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News 7 at Five is next-
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A first ever- A tobacco company admits cigarettes are addictive and dangerous.
That story plus local reaction.
And Jon Bonet Ramsey's parents are allowed to watch DNA testing as the murder investigation continues.
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The first full day of spring tomorrow finds temperatures soaring. We got the numbers coming up.

MEDICAL-HEADS


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On Health Check-- we'll be exploring some trends in medicine.
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From the changing concerns of medical students-- to new burdens on primary care physicians.
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((MAJOR TOBACCO COMPANIES WERE FULLY AWARE THE PRODUCT THEY WERE SELLING WAS ADDICTIVE.))
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That admission is the first of its kind- part of a huge settlement reached just moments ago.
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5-liggett


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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
The announcement came about a half an hour ago.
The Liggitt Group and 22 states have struck a deal- that's already sending shock waves through the tobacco industry.
Byron Pitts is standing by live in Washington with the details. cut to byron pitts
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((Among the nation's big tobacco companies the Ligget Group based in Durham, NC is an acorn amongst oak trees. However this announcement hits the big boys like a chain saw.
SCOTT HARSHBARGER, MASS. ATTORNEY GENERAL: MAJOR TOBACCO COMPANIES WERE FULLY AWARE THAT THE PRODUCT THAT THEY ARE SELLING WAS ADDICTIVE HAD GREAT IMPACT ON THE PUBLIC HEALTH IN TERMS OF DISEASE AND LUNG CANCER AND THAT THERE WAS A TARGETING OF YOUNG PEOPLE AS A MAJOR WAY TO DEAL WITH, TO TRY TO ADDICT THE NEXT GENERATION OF ADULTS The makers of Chesterfield , Lark and L&M cigarettes. The Liggett Group agreed to pay 22-states 25-million dollars now. Plus 2.5 percent of it's pretax profits for the next 25-years. Perhaps more valuable than the money the company's paperwork. Liggett will turn over thousands of incriminating documents, 30-years of notes from meetings with other tobacco companies on what the industry did and didn't know about the effects of smoking. And the company's president will acknowledge cigarette smoking causes cancer, nicotine is addictive. Admissions his peers in the Industry vehemently denied before Congress. I BELIEVE NICOTINE IS NOT ADDICTIVE" Despite Leggett's break from the ranks -- No admission of guilt from at least one industry heavyweight Phillip Morris issued a one page statement saying in part Liggett's last `settlement' with states that have sued cigarette companies was a complete sham." This latest settlement "changes nothing." Press releases said one thing stock prices another. Shares of Tobacco stocks fell after the settlement was announced. Armed now with inside information, State lawyers say it's time to attack Tobacco. GRANT WOODS/ ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL, PARAPHRASED, THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF THE CONSPIRACY. FINALLY, SOMEONE IS TELLING THE TRUTH))
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Even though Liggett admits it marketed a deadly and addictive product TO CHILDREN,
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Virginia Attorney General -- and candidate for governor -- Jim Gilmore says he still has NO plans to sue any tobacco companies.
A Gilmore spokesman says it would devastate Virginia's economy.

5-Tobacco-Reax


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Anti-smoking activists in Virginia say they're not surprised the Liggett Group decided to settle.
But they're interested to see what's in the agreement.
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((TED GLICKMAN/AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION OF VA.: WE THINK IT'S A VERY HISTORIC DAY FOR PUBLIC HEALTH. THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION OF COURSE APPLAUDS THE LIGGETT GROUP'S DECISION TO ADMIT SOMETHING THAT THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS HAVE KNOWN FOR YEARS, THAT CIGARETTES ARE ADDICTIVE AND THEY'RE DEADLY.))
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The Chairman of "Concerned Friends for Tobacco" says Southside farmers are worried about the economic impact this announcement could have on their livelihood.
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((CLARENCE BRYANT/CONCERNED FRIENDS FOR TOBACCO CHAIRMAN:YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THAT A FARMER, LIKE MYSELF, MOSTLY, EVERYTHING WE HAVE IN ASSETS IS TIED, YOU KNOW, TO OUR FARMS, SO YOU KNOW, OUR LIVELIHOOD IS REALLY AT STAKE. ))
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22- percent of Virginia's adult population are smokers.
It is estimated that one in four teenagers smoke.

5-Salem-VA


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The director of the V- A Medical Center in Salem remains on administrative leave,
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but today Dr. John Presley received a show of support from area veterans.
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Members of the Roanoke Valley Veterans Council and other Presley supporters demonstrated at the front entrance of the center this morning.
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They say Presley has improved patient care and working conditions at the facility, and they believe charges made against him are unfounded.
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((WAYNARD CALDWELL/ROANOKE VALLEY VETERANS COUNCIL: ANY TIME THAT SOMEBODY IS A SUPERVISOR, THEY'RE GOING TO MAKE SOME ENEMIES, THAT IS REGARDLESS OF WHO YOU ARE. YOU'RE GOING TO MAKE ENEMIES, BUT I THINK HE'S GOT MORE PEOPLE SUPPORTING HIM THAN HE DOES ENEMIES.))
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Both Presley and Associate Director William Delamater (DELL-uh-MAY-tuhr) have been placed on leave.
A V- A panel is reportedly investigating allegations not related to patient care.
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A man charged with shaking his girlfriend's child to death is on trial in Hillsville today...
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And a little later tonight on NEWS-7 at FIVE-- bathing suits and snowmen usually don't go together-- but students on spring break are getting the best of the seasons--
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Studies have found that babies who sleep on their stomachs are more likely to die from SIDS than those who sleep on their backs.
On Health Check, a new campaign to make sure every parent has that information. 2-SHOT
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Also coming up--March Madness invades the Salem Civic Center.
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Plus Scott Prince catches up with the Elfun Society-- a live report when we come back. cc sponsor

5-Ramsey


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D-N-A testing is underway in the JonBenet Ramsey killing,
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and the child's parents can watch- or have their own scientist present.
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((KELVIN MCNEILL/BOULDER CO. POLICE SPOKESMAN: AT THIS POINT IN TIME THE PROSECUTION BELIEVES THAT THEY MAY HAVE APPROPRIATE STANDING TO BE PRESENT. WE ARE TAKING THE CONSERVATIVE COURSE BY ALLOWING REPRESENTATIVES TO OBSERVE DESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF MATERIAL.))
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Before today, officials said the Ramseys did not have that right because they haven't been named as suspects.
Genetic testing began earlier this month, and could take six weeks to finish.
Six-year old Jon Bonet was found dead in her parent's home the day after Christmas.
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5-Cole


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A jury in Carroll County is hearing the trial of a 22 year- old man charged with murdering his live- in girlfriend's two year- old son.
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Steven Wayne Cole told police he was high on drugs when he threw Joshua Blevins into a wall.
The child suffered skull fractures and died in his bed.
Cole and the boy's mother, who returned home after the incident, admitted they didn't check on the toddler until late the next afternoon.
The mother, LaDonna Blevins was convicted of felony child neglect.
Cole faces up to life in prison if convicted of first degree murder.
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5-Frat-Alcohol


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Beer bashes are about to become extinct at two fraternities.
Sigma Nu, which has its national headquarters in Lexington, has joined with
(PIE) Phi Delta Theta in announcing a ban on alcohol in chapter houses.


Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute.
The new policy is expected to go into effect by the year 2000.
College administrators are predicting more fraternities and sororities will follow suit.
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A very special award in the Roanoke Valley will be presented tonight- honoring the work of a volunteer group.
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STOCKS BUMP NEXT

5-Elfun-Society


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The Salem/Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce is naming its Citizen of the Year tonight.
But some extra room at the podium may be needed because the honor is going to a group of 750 philanthropists called the Elfun Society. Double Box Jean/Scott
Scott Prince is in Salem this evening with more on tonight's big winners.
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In tonight's Two Minute Ticker-- the city of Salem prepares to host the Division-Three Final Four this weekend.
ANCHOR=Connie


On Health Check-- we'll examine a new trend in health care--
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Your doctor might actually be a nurse practitioner.
For patients, it might mean quicker access to care.
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health bump next

5-Match-Day


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For medical students across America, this was the week their hearts pounded a little harder, and anxiety was a little higher, as they awaited news that would determine their future.
Exactly at noon yesterday, thousands of students found out where they would be spending the next few years of their lives.
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It's called Match Day, a day when these future doctors learn where they'll be attending their residency.
It's a grueling process, marked by countless interviews with prospective schools and endless waiting.
It's also an uncertain time for these future medical professionals-- as the healthcare system undergoes wrenching changes. Cost-conscious managed care systems and a looming glut of doctors could make years of schooling a bad investment.
That means being a doctor doesn't guarantee having a job.
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((STEPHANIE FISH/MEDICAL STUDENT: THERE IS ALWAYS CONCERN THAT THIS ISN'T THE RIGHT FIELD. YOLANDA TROUBLEFIELD/MEDICAL STUDENT: YOU DON'T GO INTO THIS BUSINESS TO MAKE MONEY, YOU GO INTO THIS BUSINESS BECAUSE YOU CARE ABOUT PEOPLE. ))
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Studies show the physician workforce has doubled in the past 25 years-- but some say the system is as healthy as ever.
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((DR. ARTHUR LINDER/NYU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE: WE DON'T KNOW WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN, BUT FOR THIS GROUP, THEY ARE APPROACHING IT WITH ENTHUSIASM.))
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Still, for us patients-- it seems when you go to the doctor, you can usually count on spending some time in the waiting room.
Primary physicians are busier than ever.
And many are opting to use nurse practitioners to help lighten their load.
Kimberly McBroom reports.
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((STILL HAVING HEADACHES? MIGRAINES. HOW LONG ARE THEY LASTING? ))
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Debra Smith is being re- examined for her ongoing battle with migraine headaches.
But instead of waiting for an appointment with a physician, she's getting treatment from a nurse practitioner.
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((ELIZABETH GUILFOYLE/NURSE PRACTITIONER: I THINK PATIENTS ALWAYS HAVE THE RIGHT TO SEE A PHYSICIAN IF THEY WANT TO SEE A PHYSICIAN. AND I KNOW WHEN THEY CALL IN INITIALLY, THEY'RE GIVEN THAT OPTION. WE'RE JUST HERE TO SEE THEM IF THEY FEEL LIKE THEY HAVE A SIMPLE COMPLAINT AND THEY NEED TO BE SEEN RIGHT AWAY. ))
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Carilion's Brambleton Family Physicians clinic began hiring nurse practitioners several months ago.
The new assistants have Master's degrees, and routinely handle cases like sinusitis, sore throat, and other minor ailments.
They leave the more severe cases to physicians.
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((ELIZABETH SCHLECK/NURSE PRACTITIONER: A NURSE PRACTITIONER IS TRAINED TO BE ABLE TO RECOGNIZE THOSE THINGS THAT AREN'T STRAIGHTFORWARD, AND TO REFER THEM, OR TO CONSULT AS NEEDED. ))
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The extra help has meant less waiting time for patients-- and fewer caseloads for doctors.
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((DR. BILL WARD/FAMILY PRACTITIONER: HAVING NURSE PRACTITIONERS IN THE OFFICE HAS ALLOWED THEM TO DO A LOT OF THE THINGS THAT WE WOULD NORMALLY HAVE TO DO, TIMEWISE. SO, IT'S FREED US UP TO SPEND TIME WITH THE MORE COMPLICATED PATIENTS THAT SPECIFICALLY NEED THE TIME OF THE PHYSICIAN. ))
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((DR. LEE HELMS/ROANOKE VALLEY ACADEMY OF MEDICINE: WHEN YOU CAN PERFECTLY BALANCE THAT LEVEL OF CARE AND EXPERTISE THAT'S NEEDED, THEN YOU'RE GOING TO DELIVER THE MOST EFFICIENT MEDICINE AND CERTAINLY, NURSE PRACTITIONERS FIT IN THAT WHOLE SPECTRUM. ))
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Patients say the only real difference between physicians and nurse
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((DEBRA SMITH/PATIENT: THEY SPEND A LITTLE MORE TIME WITH YOU THAN THE DOCTOR DOES-- I THINK BECAUSE THEY WANT TO GET TO KNOW YOU. ))
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Kimberly McBroom, for Health Check.))

5-SIDS


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Gerber Foods and Tipper Gore are joining forces to save babies from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, with a national information campaign.
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Since 1992, when doctors started recommending that babies be put to sleep on their backs, SIDS deaths have dropped 30 percent.
Still, nearly four-thousand babies in this country die in their sleep each year.
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5-Hamilton


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Figure skater Scott Hamilton has been diagnosed with testicular cancer--
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and will begin chemotherapy within a week.
The four-time world champion and 1984 Olympic gold medalist says he's 100 percent confident he'll overcome the disease--and head back to the ice..
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Turning now to sports-- it is official Lefty's right hand man is taking over at James Madison University.
ANCHOR=Connie


Plus the city of Salem prepares for March Madness-- Mike Stevens has all kinds of college basketball news in tonight's Ticker.

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Sherman Dillard was officially introduced as JMU's new head basketball coach today inside the Convocation Center on campus.
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The 41-year-old Bassett native is returning to his alma mater.
In the late 70's he was the Dukes top player and an honors graduate.
He now hopes to give a little bit back to James Madison.
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Dillard replaces one of his former bosses, Lefty Driesell and inherits a team that won 16 games last season.
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March Madness hit the Salem Civic Center today as the participants in this weekend's NCAA Division Three final four arrived in salem and went through hour long workouts.
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All four teams made it safely to the Roanoke Valley from places like Williamston, Massachusetts and Lincoln, Nebraska, but their travels were somewhat of an adventure.
Fog this morning forced both teams to land in Lynchburg and bus back up 460 to Salem.
The semi-finals begin tomorrow night at six, and plenty of good tickets are still available at the Salem Civic Center box office.
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Earlier in the day at the Salem Civic Center the Salem Rotary Club announced it is co-sponsoring the new Jostens Trophy.
The award will be given annually to the top player in Division Three starting with the 1998 season.
The club also announced the formation of the Wooldridge scholarship, in honor of retiring ODAC commissioner Dan Wooldridge.
The player of the year's university will receive $500 a year.
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And not far from the Civic Center, the folks inside Salem Memorial Stadium were finishing up work on the outfield wall billboards.
The season opener is on Friday night April 4th.
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And don't forget coming up tonight on Your Hometown station the Sweet 16 in
Division One as Clemson takes on Minnesota at 7:30, and Kentucky battles St.

Joseph's in the nightcap.
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See you at six everybody.
Have a good night. go to break

5-Kicker


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Spring break usually means sun and surf-
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but add snow to that equation for some college students in Daytona Beach-
60 tons of snow in all.
No, this snow did not fall from the sky. It was hauled in on three tractor trailers.
The spring breakers task- to build the best snowmen.
Gatorade put on the winter party- to help launch its new frost sports drink.
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The Nation's capital was the backdrop today for the ongoing railroad talks when it comes to acquiring Conrail.
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Here's Keith Humphry with the latest.
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Jean as we've reported for months, Norfolk Southern and CSX have each tried to take over Conrail--
Instead the two Virginia railroads are trying to divide up the assets of the northeastern rival...without slashing Conrail jobs in Altoona, Pennsylvania.
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Len Besthoff reports tonight from Washington D-C with the latest on NEWS-7 at six....in 30-minutes.
ANCHOR=Jean


That's it for NEWS-7 at FIVE-- for more news later tonight-- full screen
Join Connie Stevens for the region's first local primetime newscast, NEWS-7 Primetime-- tonight at 10 on WEFC. have a nice evening, Goodnight ANCHOR=Jean