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Next on News Seven-- Thousands of environmentalist have
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converged on Northern California to protest the cutting of redwoods in an ancient forest.
In the Persian Gulf the Kuwaiti's have yet to give the Clinton administration permission to deploy troops.
And a Roanoke counselor offers some tips on caring for children and aging parents.
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The News is Next.

Redwood-Stand


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Thousands of environmentalists and celeberties are protesting in Northern California as they attempt to protect an ancient forest.
They're protesting the logging of dead and diseased timber of the world's ONLY privately owned redwoods.
Ken Bautista reports.
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Iraq


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The Pentagon has lowered the number of troops that will leave for Kuwait -- that's once the Kuwaiti government gives the go-ahead.
U-S officials have now downsized the amount of troops they want to send from five to three-thousand.
Tom Fenton reports.
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(( In a high stakes diplomatic mission through the Persian Gulf arab states, Defense Secretary Perry is trying to hold together the collapsing coalition against Sadaam Hussein.
In Kuwait, where he got the friendliest welcome, Perry said Iraq had fired on coalition aircraft in the no-fly zones six times in the last few days.
PERRY: WE WILL NOT TOLERATE THAT THREAT TO OUR PILOTS, NOR DO WE BELIEVE WE CAN RELY ON SADAAM HUSSEIN'S PROMISE THAT HE WOULD NOT ATTACK THOSE AIRPLANES. WE ARE INTERESTED IN ACTION, NOT JUST WORDS.
FENTON HEARD: ARE YOU STILL CONSIDERING FURTHER MILITARY STRIKES AGAINST IRAQ?
PERRY: THAT IS STILL A POSSIBILITY.
But even here, all was not smooth.
The Pentagon had announced Friday that the American armored battalion now training in the Kuwaiti desert will be reenforced with 5000 men.
But back at Fort Hood, Texas, the designated First Cavalry Division units were not yet moving.
The Pentagon apparently forgot to ask the Kuwaiti's permission first, and is now waiting for their O.K.
There seems to be little doubt that Kuwaitis would welcome them, just as they have welcomed the arrival of 8 powerful Stealth fighter-bombers here.
In a country where vast oil reserves have brought a way of life that is remarkable by any standard, the Kuwaitis, to a man, see Sadaam Hussein as a real threat to their security.
KUWAITI MOS WE DON'T TRUST HIM, O.K.? AND WE DEPEND ON AMERICAN, YOU KNOW, GOVERNMENT AND ARMY REALLY.
A DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SOURCE SAID THE BOTTOM LINE IS THAT THE NEXT MOVE IS UP TO SADAAM HUSSEIN. THE MILITARY BELIEVE THEY HAVE HIM BOXED IN, BUT IF HE MAKES A PROVOCATIVE MOVE, THEY ARE READY. TOM FENTON, CBS NEWS, KUWAIT ))

Halifax-Fatal


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Three people are dead after two cars collided in Halifax County last night.
It happened on route 58 at the intersection of route 9-29.
Police say 16-year-old Robert Earl Crowe of Halifax was driving down route 9-29.
As he turned on to route 58 another vehicle smashed into the side of his car.
Crowe died at the scene.
His passengers, 23-year-old Julia O'Steen Jones and one year old Miranda Blair Jones, both of South Boston, also died at the scene.
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Stick around, up next on News 7 at 11,
It may be mid week before fire officials find out how a blaze destroyed three Fairlawn businesses.
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And, a southside congressman is expected to jump into the lieutenant governor's race tomorrow.
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Kimberly in WX CENTER
We've been relishing in the Fall- like weather all weekend-- enjoying dry conditions and mild temperatures. But rainy weather is coming-- thanks to some leftover tropical moisture.
We'll check out the doppler--
First, let's check out today's temperatures... Roll Lake Levels MUSIC UP FULL
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Fairlawn-Fire


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It'll be several more days before fire investigators are able to sift through ashes of three businesses that went up in smoke yesterday.
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Small flames still flickered this morning throughout the charred remains of the FairLAWN shopping center.
These hot spots are preventing the county fire investigating team from looking over the debris.
Fairlawn fire chief Buddy Trigg says it may be Tuesday or Wednesday before investigators can take a look.
Trigg also says a crane will be used to removed the collapsed roof so investigators can determine where the blaze began.
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Fire-Business


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The fire consumed three businesses.
The Carpet Shop, Schewel's Furniture and a tax service will NOT open tomorrow.
But Calvin Powers, owner of Powers Fence Company and The Carpet Shop says the fence business will operate as usual.
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And The Carpet Shop will use this vacant office located right next to their burned out location.
Powers says he hopes to reopen The Carpet Shop by Wednesday.
He plans to rebuild.
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Payne


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Congressman L-F Payne is expected to throw his hat into the ring tomorrow for lieutenant governor.
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The 50-year-old Democrat from Nelson County has scheduled a morning news conference in Lovingston and Richmond.
Payne is retiring from the U-S Congress after serving for eight years.
He has spent several months traveling the state in an effort to gauge support for a possible run.
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Business-Review


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A big buyout in the retail business involves a Danville based department STORE chain... and a Lynchburg radio station starts the month on a high note.
Len Besthoff recaps the week's top economic stories in southwest and central Virginia with the News-7 Business Review.
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The total cost of the damage and destruction to businesses by Hurricane Fran is no longer a murky picture.
Estimates now range in the hundreds of millions of dollars in Virginia.
A Lynchburg country radio station has been presented with one of the highest honors it can receive from its peers.
WYYD-FM has won the Billboard Magazine "Station of the Year" award for 1996.
Vaughan Furniture of Galax posted a third quarter after tax profit of two- point- three- million- dollars...up a million from where it was the same period a year ago.
Third quarter sales rose by five million dollars.
Leggett Department Stores may soon have a new name, but not much else is expected to change.
The tight-lipped chain based in Danville said in a terse statement that it has agreed to sell a majority of its stock to Belk, a fellow retailer out of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Checking the major financial markets for the week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq finished well on the upside, with the Dow actually closing in record territory.
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Still to come on the newscast,
A councelor tells us how to deal with both aging parents and the rearing of children.
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And,
Anorexia.
Could it happen to your child?
We'll have the story of how one teen is dealing with it.
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Anorexia3


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Eating disorders such as anorexia are family diseases.
In the first TWO parts of our weekend series we explained what anorexia is and how the disorder affected 15-year-old, Mikhaela Payden-Travers (TRAV-ers).
Tonight as Denise Allen explains, it often takes family participation to make treatment successful.
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((MIKHAELA PAYDEN-TRAVERS/ANOREXIA PATIENT: THEY'D PACK ME LUNCH AND I'D THROW IT AWAY. I'D STICK STUFF IN NAPKINS, PUT IT IN MY PANTS OR WEAR LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS AND PUT IT DOWN MY SLEEVE.))
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Anorexia Nervosa is a complex disorder involving both emotional and physical problems.
Once the starving ritual has begun chemical changes take place in the brain.
The nureotransmitter, serotonin, among other things regulates appetite and weight.
Starvation causes an imbalance so anti-depressants are often used.
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Mikhaela was prescribed anti-depressants and she's been hospitalized twice.
The first stay lasted 40 days.
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Mikhaela still struggles with her body image.
She says her parents and therapist monitor her weight because she's had what she calls slips.
But she adds recovering from anorexia has taught her how to be happy.
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Denise Allen News 7.))

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For more information on eating disorders and women's health issues contact The Melpomene (mel-POM-uh-nee) Institute.
That address is 10-10 University Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota.


Care-Givers


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These days many people are faced with the double whammy of caring for their children AND watching after their aging parents.
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A Roanoke caregiving counselor has some tips on how to better deal with a situation that can be rewarding, but also stressful and time consuming.
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((LOUISE CHAGNON/ADULTS PLUS COUNSELOUR: I THINK IT'S HELPFUL IF PEOPLE CAN LOOK AT THIS AS NOT A PROBLEM, BUT IT'S ONE OF THE NATURAL THINGS THAT HAPPENS IN LIFE. IT'S A CHALLENGE, JUST LIKE HAVING A FAMILY, STARTING A FAMILY, GETTING MARRIED. THESE ARE ALL TRANSITIONS THAT THOUGH THEY'RE DIFFICULT IN THAT THEY'RE POSITIVE, ARE MORE POSITIVE TRANSITIONS, THEY'RE STILL STRESSFUL BECAUSE THEY REPRESENT CHANGES.))
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Louise Chagnon (SHAG-nin) of Adults Plus says the change is an opportunity to redefine relationships between parents and their children.
She hosted a program at a luncheon sponsored by the Y-W-C-A of the Roanoke Valley.

S-Skins


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The Washington Redskins gained over 241 yards on the ground this afternoon in a 31 to 10 win over the New York Giants.
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An aerial view of the Meadowlands today.
And Redskin quarterback Gus Frerotte puts it in the air hooking up with Asher on this play inside the Giants five yard line in the first quarter.
Several plays later Marc Logan takes it in from the five for the score and the Redskins took the 10 to nothing lead.
Washington then came up with a trick play. The Skins fake the field goal Frerotte rolls out and hits Scott Galbreath on the 30 yard touchdown strike and the Redskins led 17 to nothing.
The Giants went to the air for their only touchdown. Dave Brown hits
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strike to make it 17 to 7 but Washington goes on to win it 31 to 10.
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S-Packers


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The Green Bay Packers are 3 and 0 for the first time since 1982 after today's 42 to 10 rout of the San Diego Chargers.
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The Packers running game accounted for the first score Edgar Bennett takes the handoff and scores from 10 yards out to make it 7 to nothing.
After a charger field goal, Favre starts the air attack. He hits former Tech standout Antonio Freeman on the slant pattern from 19 yards out the Packers led 14 to 3.
Then just before the half, Favre hooks up with William Henderson on the 8 yard touchdown pass and the Packers were on top 21 to 3.
Desmond Howard scores his first points of the season. He takes this
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55 yard touchdown run and the Packers go on to beat the Chargers 42 to 10.
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S-Dolphins


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After falling behind 14 to nothing, Miami scored four consecutive touchdowns to beat the New York Jets 36 to 27.
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The Jets came up with a big play in the second quarter. Miami was on the Jet 1 yard line when Aaron Glen steps in front of this dan Marino pass in the end zone he returns it 100 Yards for the score and New York led 7 to nothing.
New York's offense came back and scored again Neil O'donnell goes to the air and hits Webster Slaughter on this 30 yard touchdown strike and the Jets led 14 to nothing.
Marino then got the Dolphins on track in the second. He goes to the air and hooks up with Stanley Pritchett who lumbers into the end zone from 74 yards out to make it 14 to 7 Jets.
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takes the handoff and scores on 5 yard run to tie it and Miami goes on to win the game 36 to 27.
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S-NFL


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A field goal decided the winner this afternoon as the Cowboys hosted the Colts in Irving, Texas.
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Late in the fourth quarter Colt kicker Cary Blanchard booted this 41 yard field goal, his fourth of the game the Colts led by one.
Dallas Kicker Chris Boniol lined up to boot the winner late in the quarter but his boot hits the cross bar and the Colts upset the Cowboys.
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And coming up, Jeff Gordon tackles the Monster Mile again Home runs all over major league baseball fields today.
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And the United States retains the Presidents Cup.
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S-Race


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Jeff Gordon won his third straight race at Dover taking the checkered flag in the MBNA 500.
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The Rick Hendrick cars of Terry Labonte and Jeff Gordon took turns leading the race in the first 40 laps Gordon moves to the front on this pass.
Then on lap 91 Hut Stricklin gets to high on the track he hits the wall bringing out the third caution of the afternoon.
Ernie Irvan was the leader on lap 317 of the race and he was pulling away from the field. But he runs up on Derrike Cope the rear end of his car gets lose causing him to spin out and hit the wall bringing out the caution. Irvan led 47 laps.
Mark Martin would lead the race for the second time with 267 to go and he was the leader of the race at the half way point.
Dale Earnhardt moved the Goodwrench chevy to third place but he had tires problems that ripped the sheet metal off the right rear of his car bringing out another caution.
Gordon came back to lead the race with 142 laps still to go to the finish.
Then Tempers flared near the end. Jimmy spencer and Wally Dallenbach get together causing a crash involving several cars with 44 laps to go. Spencer jumped out of car and has to be restrained as he want after Dallenbach who was still in his car.
Gordon, who always runs well at Dover, made his move at the right time and he wins the MBNA 500 at the Monster Mile.
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Rusty Wallace was second Dale Jarrett third, Bobby Labonte fourth and Mark Martin fifth.
Rick Mast finished sixth.

S-Golf


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The President's Cup will remain in the United States for one more year.
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Fred Couples came through with the clutch putt giving the U-S team the victory. Couples sank this 25 foot birdie putt on the next to last hole to give the Americans a 16 and a half to 15 and a half victory over the International squad.
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Ed Fiori won the P-G-A tours Quad City Open. He closed with a 3 under par 67 to beat Andrew Magee by two strokes.
Tiger Woods fell apart in todays round shooting a 2 over par 72. He settled for a tie for fifth place.
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S-Braves


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The Atlanta Braves snapped a six game losing streak with a 3 to 2 win over the New York Mets.
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Bobby Cox checking the action from the dugout.
Pitcher Tom Glavine helping the Braves offense. He hits a shot up the middle scoring Jermaine Dye and the Braves jumped out to the 2 to nothing lead in the second.
Chipper Jones drove a run in in SUPER=35-Atlanta/3/New York/2/;the first

and then scored Marquis Grissom with this line drive single to right field and the Braves beat the Mets 3 to 2.
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S-Orioles


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The Baltimore Orioles added a new page to the Major league record book with a 16 to 6 win over the Detroit Tigers.
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Brady Anderson and Cal Ripken Junior both hit home runs in the top of the first as the Orioles jumped out to the 4 to nothing lead.
Then in the third Mark Parent's three run blast Baltimore led 7 to 4 and the homer gave the Orioles 241 breaking the mark set by the 1961 Yankees.
SUPER=35-Baltimore/16/Detroit/6/ The Orioles accounted for two more

homers in the 16 to 6 win over the Tigers.
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S-Scores


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In Boston, Mo Vaughn hit two round trippers and Chicago's Frank Thomas homered his first three times at bat as the White Sox beat the Red Sox.
For that and all of the scores lets go to the boards.
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