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News 7 is next-
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Almost 200 jobs are lost for now at General Electric in Salem.
It's celebration time at inaugural balls in Washington DCTERMS.
Plus one doctor questions whether it really was a hot tub that caused the Legionnaires outbreak last fall.
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And Robin Reed with your complete forecast. News 7 is next

Newsbreak


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Good Evening.
The swearing in is over- Now come the parties.
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The nation's capital is revving up with 15 balls to celebrate the second inauguration of President Clinton.
The first couple has already begun the rounds- they're schedule isn't over until 4 o'clock in the morning.
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Close to 200 people will be out of work temporarily at General Electric in Salem. The positions were put on hold today.
Plus this balloon did not make it around the world but it did break some records.
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GE-Layoffs


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It could have been worse.
That's according to General Electric management and union leaders at the Salem plant.
They say without a production shutdown the past two weeks, another 100 layoffs would have been announced.
That's on top of the 187 positions that were at least temporarily put on hold today.
Len Besthoff has more.
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(( Les Brown just started working at the G-E plant in Salem eight months ago.
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Altogether, 167 employees including Brown received layoff notices; 20 others volunteered to be laid off, for a total of 187 people.
The cutback was anticipated, the production side of the plant had been closed for the two weeks prior.
G-E says, "...we have to maintain prices that are competitive with many world class, low cost producers. We simply can't do that with significantly more people than are needed to manufacture the orders we have in the factory."
The employees union notes many of those laid off may be back as soon as late June.
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Les Brown says G-E remains a good employer, but questions if it could have done a better job managing the workload.
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Brown says in spite of pay well over 10- dollars- an- hour, some of those laid off are going to think twice about returning.
Len Besthoff, News-7.

Clinton


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The Swearing-In is over. The parties have begun.
15 inaugural balls in all- and the President and first lady are making a stop at almost every one.
Liz Mullen has more from the nation's capital.
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((Fifteen inaugural balls packed into one exhausting day.. but the first family seems up to it. The theme of this last inauguration of the century: unity and renewal.
PRESIDENT CLINTON: WHEN LAST WE GATHERED, OUR MARCH TO THIS NEW FUTURE SEEMED LESS CERTAIN THAN TODAY. WE VOWED THEN TO SET A CLEAR COURSE, TO RENEW OUR NATION.
Many say that "renewal" has already begun. Amid partisan squabbling on the hill this inauguration day seemed the perfect opportunity to mend fences. At a congressional luncheon, house speaker Newt Gingrich presented the President and the Vice-President with flags flown in their honor over the capitol dome. VOICE OF SPEAKER NEWT GINGRICH We have our differences, but today you're among friends and we wish you the best in this new administration.
PRESIDENT CLINTON EMBRACED THAT SPIRIT:
PRESIDENT CLINTON: TOMORROW WE START THE WORK BUT TODAY LET'S JUST BE AMERICANS."
The inaugural parade is an American tradition. Today the first family delighted the crowds by walking part of the way back to the White House.
LIZ MULLEN/CBS NEWS: THE PRESIDENT AND THE FIRST LADY AND CHELSEA WILL HAVE MILES TO GO BEFORE TOMORROW, THOUGH. THEY'RE MAKING APPEARANCES AT 15 INAUGURAL BALLS AND MOST LIKELY WON'T BE BACK AT THE WHITE HOUSE UNTIL FOUR IN THE MORNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLINTON'S NEW TERM. LIZ MULLEN, CBS NEWS, THE WHITE HOUSE.))

Inauguration


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This part of the state was well represented at today's inauguration.
Ellen Qualls and photographer Randy Lynn spent the day in the nation's capitol.
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School-Info


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Despite today's warmer temperatures, some school systems are still having trouble with icy secondary roads. As a result, they're altering schedules for tomorrow.
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Jean reads schoolwatch from the screen
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Still to come on the newscast, we'll see how students around the region recognized Lee-Jackson-King Day,
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And we'll tell you why at least one doctor says there may be more behind last year's fatal outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in the New River Valley.
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Legionnaires


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A controversial new theory in the cause of last fall's Legionnaires outbreak in the New River Valley--
A national expert says he's not sure it was a hot tub that was the cause.
He told area doctors tonight they need to look deeper to prevent future outbreaks.
Kimberly McBroom reports.
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((After sixteen confirmed cases, including two deaths-- local health officials were relieved when they found the source of the Legionnaire's outbreak.
The culprit was said to be a hot tub at the Lowe's Home Improvement store in Christiansburg.
But Doctor Victor Yu says that theory doesn't float.
He says the Legionella bacteria doesn't just wash away after a suspicious source is disinfected.
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((DR. VICTOR YU/LEGIONELLA EXPERT: THERE'S ANOTHER PICTURE THAT IS YET TO BE UNRAVELED, AND WE'RE STILL NOT SURE ABOUT THIS AND HOW IT'S SPREAD, NOR ARE THEY COMPLETELY SURE. THERE ARE STILL SOME QUESTIONS HERE AND THERE. ))
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But not in the minds of those who cite D-N-A evidence as confirmation that it was indeed the hot tub that caused the Legionnaires outbreak.
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((DR. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DIST. DIR.: CERTAINLY, I DON'T THINK THERE'S ANY QUESTION THAT OUR EPIDEMIOLOGIC DATA AND STUDY, WHICH IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART, SUPPORTS THE HOT TUB. AND OUR D.N.A. EVIDENCE AND BACTERIAL STUDY ALSO CONFIRMS THAT EVEN FURTHER. ))
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Doctor Hershey says he considers Doctor Yu's ideas "intellectually stimulating", but doesn't believe they'll have any bearing on the investigation.
Doctor Yu, on the other hand, says the physicians must broaden their vision if they are to prevent future outbreaks.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Blacksburg.))

Cosby


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Phone tips are pouring into the Los Angeles police in the Cosby murder case-
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Three hundred in all, since this composite sketch was released over the weekend.
But so far no arrests.
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Police also displayed a drawing of a second man they describe as a possible witness at this time.
The second man was seen in a small blue car near the murder scene. Investigators are said to be exploring a theory he is an accomplice the getaway driver.
And tonight the Cosby show went on at Bill Cosby's request.
At the end of the broadcast a tribute to Ennis- Cosby's only son.
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King-Day


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The dream of Doctor Martin Luther King, Junior is alive and well in central
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and southwestern Virginia.
At Lynchburg College students and faculty joined hands remembering the slain civil rights leader.
The group marched to the school's bell tower to symbolize his long journey toward racial equality.
Then it was time for speeches and music.
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In Roanoke- local members of the The Southern Christian Leadership Conference honored Dr. King.
They had a march of their own-- from the Poff Federal Building to St. Paul's Baptist Church.
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((PERNELLER CHUBB-WILSON: SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE: THIS YEAR MORE PEOPLE CAME OUT THEN LAST YEAR TO HONOR DOCTOR MARTIN LUTHER KING, BECAUSE THIS IS THE ORGANIZATION THAT HE FOUNDED IN AUGUST OF 1957 AND THIS IS THE FIRST YEAR THAT WE HAVE HAD AN S.C.L.C IN THE ROANOKE AREA. ))
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Today's state holiday is officially known as Lee- Jackson- King Day... also honoring confederate heroes Robert E Lee and Stonewall Jackson.

Haskins


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Four days after he died unexpectedly, Lynchburg city councilman Junius Haskins will be laid to rest tomorrow in his hometown.
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Haskins died of an apparent heart attack while on a trip to Washington D-C last week.
He and other city officials were there looking for funding to renovate the city's dilapidated train station, one of Haskins' pet projects.
A memorial service is set for Tuesday afternoon at Diamond Hill Baptist Church.
Burial will follow at Fort Hill Memorial Park.
City flags are flying at half-staff in Haskins' honor.
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Stay with us, coming up next on the broadcast, we'll find out what some young people thought of today's inauguration,
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and we'll hear from a record setting balloonist as his effort to circle the globe runs out of gas.
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Students


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Inaugural excitement spread across the country today... all the way to a group of students in Clifton Forge.
As Eric Earnhart tells us these young people are learning where they will one day fit in the democratic process.
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(( It's becoming a tradition at Clifton Middle School... celebrating the inauguration of the nation's President.
4 years ago, student's here watched Bill Clinton take his first presidential oath of office.
Today a new generation watched him begin a second term.

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Events like this help the students understand what it's like to participate in the political process.
They held a mock election last november and the Clinton-Gore ticket won.

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And they'll be watching closely... in less than 4 years, some of these students will be old enough to vote for President Clinton's replacement.
In Clifton Forge, Eric Earnhart, News 7.)) Wx-Tape
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S-Score


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Former major leaguer Curt Flood died last night at the age of 59 after a battle with throat cancer.
Flood was three time all-star, and 7-time gold glove winner.
But he will always be best remembered as the man who opened the gates for what we know today as free agency.
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S-Tech


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The Virginia Tech Hokies bounced back in the win column last night, two days after getting rocked on their home floor over the weekend.
Last night LaSalle came calling in the Cassell.
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A nice sized Monday night crowd was on hand to try and help the Hokies get back on track.
Troy Manns gets the defensive board, and quickly gets the ball down court to Jim Jackson, who makes the acrobatic move for the layin and hits the deck.
LaSalle's Mike Gizzi, then answers that with a baseline fake and drive to score over Ace Custis as the Explorers led by three at the break.
But Tech would not get crushed on its home floor again. David Jackson drills the baseline three pointer.
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And Ace Custis would crash the boards and power his way back in for a bucket as the Hokies beat La Salle 57-to-46.
The Hokies play at Liberty in Vines Center Thursday night.
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S-Liberty


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Speaking of Liberty, the Flames were in action last night in the Vines Center, playing Big South rival UNC-Greensboro.
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Much like Radford did on Saturday, Liberty got on the glass early in this game as Eric Sorensen gets Peter Aluma's miss and converts the put back to put Liberty in front. Then Marcus White would launch one from way behind the arc and hit the bottom of the basket for a three pointer.
The Spartans did a pretty good job on Aluma, but he is too tough here beating the triple team for the jumper,
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But Larry Gilbert scored 15 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead UNCG to the 52-to-46 upset of the Liberty.
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S-Roanoke


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The shooting of Derek Bryant, the passing of Nathan Hungate and the rebounding of Jon Maher added up Roanoke's ODAC win against Randolph Macon 79-61 at the Bast Center in Salem tonight.
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Page Moir and his team; looking to improve to 12 and 1 overall and remain undefeated in the ODAC,
but the hot Jackets; winners of their last 5, stood in the way.
Roanoke got some strong inside play early as Tim Braun muscles his way in for the score. The maroons led 18-6 early on.
But the bread and butter of late has been the perimeter marksmanship. Courtney Fitch finds derek Bryant who nails the trey for 3 of his team high 15.
Hal Nunnally's Jackets scored ONLY 15 first half points.
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Mike LeGuardia tried to rally his team, snapping the net with the trey, it was hardly enough though.
Jon Mayer to Michael Ball for the hoop and harm and Roanoke improves to 7 and OH in the ODAC with the 79-61 win.
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In other ODAC news, 5 players from Emory and Henry have quit the team. According to school sources the players quit because playing basketball at Emory was no longer fun. Among the 5 was former Floyd County star Jason Light who was leading the ODAC in scoring and ironically, had scored his one thousandth point in his last game.

S-Rodman


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Dennis Rodman still must serve his suspension and undergo counseling, but last night he tried to make amends with the cameraman he
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he intentionally kicked in the groin last Wednesday night.
Eugene Amos, who hasn't worked since the incident and says he's already been to two doctors, will receive $200 thousand bucks from Rodman to settle the incident.
Rodman still may be charged with fifth degree assault by authorities later today.
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S-Knicks


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The New York Knicks moved into a first place tie with the Heat in the Atlantic division today by beating the Bullets 95-to-79.
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My man, Gheorghe Muresan led the Bullets with 13 rebounds, but Patrick Ewing took his to school on the offensive end. Look at the move that frees up Patrick for 2 of his game high 22 points.
Point guard Charlie Ward, the former Heisman trophy winner, did a nice job of feeding Ewing and his other teammates. He had five assists on the day.
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Chris Webber did his best to keep Washington close with 17 points. But the Knicks wins their 13th straight game at home, 95-to-79.
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S-Sixers


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Meanwhile, the Atlantic Division cellar dwellers, the 76ers, lost for the 23rd time in the their last 24 games.
Today they were bagged by the Bucks.
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Rookie Allen Iverson has taken a lot of heat lately for his wild, reckless and often selfish play. Judge that one for yourself.
Iverson would step outside and hit the three pointer and finish with a game high 31 points.
But the Big Dog, Glenn Robinson would kill the Sixers with his makes and his misses. he had 29 points, and when he
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missed the hapless Sixers tapped it in for him.
Milwaukee wins it 114-to-104.
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Sports Tease


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Still to come tonight we'll shift from the hardwood
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to the hardwater, as the Caps try to continues their turnaround against the Bruins.
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S-Caps


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The Washington Capitals continue to move closer to the 500 mark on the season.
Today they beat the bruins on the road.
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Caps goalie Jim Carey gave up this goal at the 5:29 mark of the first period to give the Bruins a 1-to-nothing lead. But he then went on to stop 33 shots.
And his teammates got got, after tying the game at 1, watch Joe Juneau put Washington in front 2-to-1 with the quick wrist shot in the second period.
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Then Kelly Miller got the game winner at the 15:41 mark of the second as he beats Rob Tallas with the put back.
The Caps are now 5-1-and-2 in their last 8 games.
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S-Falcons


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The Atlanta Falcons have hired Dan Reeves as their new head coach.
The former New York Giants and Denver Broncos boss will be introduced at a newsconference today.
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And there are also reports last night that former Eagles coach Dick Vermeil will be named the new coach of the St. Louis Rams today.
He last coached in 1982.

Balloon


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That balloonist attempting to go around the world- today ended the trip in India.
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It was one week ago that Steve Fossett's journey began in St. Louis.
It was smooth going over the Atlantic-
By the time he reached India, Fossett was short on propane gas and running into thunderstorms.
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The team found Fossett in a tree-
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Fossett broke records for the longest distance travelled and staying aloft longer than any other balloonist.
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