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NEWS-HEADS

ANCHOR=Connie
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News-7 at FIVE is straight ahead...
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The latest on the UPS strike--are the meetings between the company and Teamsters productive?
Investigators are asking for help with a ten-year old murder case.
And remembering the King...20 years later.
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ANCHOR=patrick
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medical-heads


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=cst
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On Health Check-- An investigation of medicare over-billing in Virginia--
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Plus, the jury takes the case, over Dow Chemical's breast implants.
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ANCHOR=Connie


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ANCHOR=Connie
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The Labor Department is sounding hopeful--
Despite signs that the Teamsters Union doesn't expect a quick resolution to its strike against U-P-S.
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SOT 15:33:23
IN Q=Its obvious

((RON CAREY/TEAMSTERS PRESIDENT: ITS OBVIOUS THAT THERE HAVE BEEN NO AGREEMENTS REACHED HOWEVER, I WILL CONTINUE TO NEGOTIATE AS LONG AS THERE IS HOPE. ))
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OUT Q=is hope
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5-UPS


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#NET-A
SS=NEWS-7 AT FIVE


Good Evening, I'm Connie Stevens.
GRAPHIC=UPS STRIKE


Efforts are intensifying to end the 12-day strike.
After meeting for 16 hours yesterday-- the two sides returned to the bargaining table today.
Liz Mullen reports.
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IN Q=Nearly two weeks into
SUPER=01-Ron Carey/Teamsters Union President; :12
SUPER=00-David Helfert/Mediation Service Spokesman; :59
SUPER=01-Liz Mullen/Reporting; 1:30
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OUT Q=L.M. CBS News Washington.

((Nearly two weeks into a crippling U-P-S strike and the biggest news of the day is that.. at over 24 hours... this is the longest period of time the two sides have spent together. but... RON CAREY/TEAMSTERS UNION PRESIDENT: THE CONTRACT THAT PROVIDES FOR FAMILIES...DOESN T COME ABOUT AT THE BARGAINING TABLE.. IT HAPPENS ON THE PICKET LINES, IN THE COMMUNITY. // WE DIDN'T ASK FOR THIS FIGHT BUT WE WILL WIN IT. UPS: Since the start of the strike, U-P-S is operating at only 10 percent of its business. across the country.. in places like Houston, Louisville, and New York City.. nearly 185-thousand teamsters are on the picket line. The company is losing an estimated 300 million dollars a week.. and some businesses that rely on ups, are facing bankruptcy. Officials say, though, those business owners should not give up hope: DAVID HELFERT/MEDIATION SERVICE SPOKESMAN: THEY OUGHT TO FEEL OPTIMISTIC THAT THE PARTIES CONTINUE TO TALK, BECAUSE IF THAT DOESN T HAPPEN THEN THEY'VE GOT A REAL REASON TO BE PESSIMISTIC BUT AS LONG AS THEY CONTINUE TO TALK THEN THERE IS HOPE THAT THIS WILL BE RESOLVED. Even the nation s blood supply has been affected: 800 units of blood have spoiled because of delays in shipments. But.. the head of the teamsters union says this strike is the proverbial message to corporOte America: RON CAREY/ TEAMSTERS PRESIDENT this will tell big corporations that we ve had enough of their pension-grabbing... The teamsters have called for an international day of action next thursday. they re asking americans to wear blue ribbons in support of striking U-P-S workers.. and will organize rallies at various cities. the labor dept. is hoping that in the meantime, talks will continue. Liz Mullen, CBS News, Washington.))
ANCHOR=Connie
SS=allen


Governor George Allen has a warning for UPS strikers.
Don't try to intimidate, harass, or attack any co-worker who chooses to NOT honor the strike.
Virginia is a right to work state.
Allen says he's asked the State Police to "vigorously pursue" all reports of threats or other illegal activity on the picket lines.
SS=ups strike


Meantime, a teamsters rally is scheduled in about an hour in Roanoke...we'll have a live report at six.

5-Goodyear


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=tte
TAPE#597-37
GRAPHIC=goodyear


In Danville, negotiations continued through the night...
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as Goodyear officials wrangled with union members over a new contract.
Around 8:30 this morning the two sides reached a tentative deal...just hours before the noon deadline.
The new six-year local contract comes on the heels of a broader contract hammered out last May...
Workers there were on strike for two and a half weeks over wages and job security.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


Officials refused to comment on this latest contract until it's ratified.

5-Hughes-Murder


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=Five
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#597-29
GRAPHIC=murder inv.


Mystery still surrounds the deaths of Scott and Shannon Hughes.
The skeletal remains of the young Roanoke couple were discovered nearly 10 years ago.
Tomorrow, public service announcements hit the airwaves--
Investigators hope they'll breathe new life into a cold case.
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VO-NAT


A surveying crew found the bodies of 20-year-old Scott Hughes and his 18-year-old wife Shannon at the bottom of a ravine off 5-81.
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./March 1988;


That was in March of 1988, eight months after the two were reported missing.
They were last heard from making phone calls from this Christiansburg service station to get a ride back to Roanoke on a July morning in 1987.
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SOT 10:54:53
IN Q=WE BELIEVE THE

((SGT PAUL MCELVEIN/ROANOKE CO. POLICE DEPT.: WE BELIEVE THE MURDER WEAPON WAS A RUGER BLACKHAWK .357. IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFORMATION IN REFERENCE TO THAT WEAPON WE COULD USE THAT INFORMATION.)) ((DET. ROGER HARRIS/ROANOKE POLICE DEPT.: THERE ARE PEOPLE THAT KNOW DETAILS ABOUT THIS INVESTIGATION THAT WOULD BE HELPFUL AND LEAD US TO THE MURDER WEAPON AND THE PERSON WHO ACTUALLY DID THIS.))
SUPER=01-Sgt. Paul McElvein/Roanoke Co. Police Dept.; :00
SUPER=01-Det. Roger Harris/Roanoke City Police; :14
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OUT Q=ACTUALLY DID THIS
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Harris believes the Hughes' knew their murderer.
Harris and McElvein (Mc-Kel-vin) are members of the Roanoke Valley investigative team.
They've been on the case for two years.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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Why hasn't Democrat Don Beyer revealed his personal tax forms...the story when NEWS-7 at FIVE continues.
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And its the last day on the job for workers at Craddock Terry...the shoe factory is shutting down its central Virginia plants.
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ANCHOR=Connie


Plus on Health Check-- a look at the link between cancer and nutrition...it's on the way, when the news returns. cc sponsor
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5-Craddock-Terry


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#597-30
GRAPHIC=NONE


Today was the last day on the job for more than 150 employees at the Craddock- Terry shoe factory in Gretna.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Gretna


Craddock- Terry is closing down its central Virginia plants to concentrate solely on its catalog business.
Workers at the Gretna facility are angry they were given just two days notice about losing their jobs.
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SOT 5:44:07
IN Q=If you've spent

((MARY MOORE/CRADDOCK-TERRY WORKER: IF YOU'VE SPENT OUR LIFE IN ONE PLACE, AND THEN THEY GIVE YOU A NOTICE TO GET OUT IN TWO DAYS, YOU DON'T HAVE TIME FOR ANYTHIGN. I MEAN, I THINK THEY'VE DONE US DIRTY, WE'VE BEEN HERE A LONG TIME, NO SEVERANCE PAY, VACATION THEY BEAT US OUT OF THAT. AND I THINK ALL THSE NICE PEOPLE DOWN HERE DESERVE SOMETHING.))
SUPER=01-Mary Moore/Craddock-Terry Worker; :00
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OUT Q=deserve something.
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VO-NAT


Another Craddock- Terry plant in Halifax will close in mid- September.
The company's outlet shoe store in Lynchburg will remain open.
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5-Hotel-NAACP


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#597-31
GRAPHIC=NONE


The Roanoke Chapter of the N-Double-A-C-P is checking into minority hiring practices at the Hotel Roanoke.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;

Chapter President Martin Jeffrey met this afternoon with Hotel owners.
The discussions stem from a national boycott by the N-Double-A-C-P of ten major hotel chains.
Jeffery says he's hopeful the talks will bring about some changes in employment opportunities for minorities...
He says he's already received some committment from the hotel.
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SOT4:14:31
IN Q=That moves us forward

(( ))
SUPER=01-Martin Jeffrey/NAACP President;
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OUT Q=willingness
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VO-NAT


The Hotel Roanoke is managed by Doubletree.
Both sides will return to the table in three weeks for further discussions.
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5-GOP-Beyer


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#597-25
GRAPHIC=republicans


Virginia Republicans were celebrating today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


It's been 100 days since Democrat Don Beyer said he'd release his personal tax forms.
GOP party chairman Randy Forbes asks what Beyer's got to hide.
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SOT 09;04:44
IN Q=Now I'm sure when

((RANDY FORBES/REPUBLICAN PARTY OF VA.: NOW I'M SURE WHEN YOU CALL DON BEYER HE'LL GIVE YOU ANOTHER EXCUSE. WE'RE WORKING ON THEM OR THEY'RE CONFUSING... WELL IF ONE OF THE EXCUSES IS THAT HE HASN'T HAD TIME TO GET HIS TAXES DONE, TODAY WE'VE SENT TO DON BEYER A GIFT CERTIFICATE TO H&R BLOCK THAT THEY WILL HAPPILY DO HIS TAXES ON THEM SO THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA WILL KNOW WHAT'S CONTAINED IN THOSE RETURNS.))
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Beyer's spokeswoman, Page (BOY-nest) Boinest, says accountants are working on separating out Beyer's earnings from his family car dealership.
She says charges that he's hiding anything are "hollow."
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ANCHOR=Connie
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WRITER=amo
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Elvis fans know what's significant about August 16th, 1977--
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Next on NEWS-7 at FIVE-- a look at the popularity of the man dubbed the King
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STOCKS BUMP NEXT

5-elvis


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
TAPE#net-B
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Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of the King of Rock and Roll's death.
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Throughout the world people are remembering the life of Elvis Aaron Presley... 10:34:51
Fans come in all shapes and sizes, some are dressing up like him-- others are checking out his famous home-- Graceland. 10:33 ish show graceland
The two-million dollar estate has turned into a half billion dollar business.
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(( ))
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750-thousand people from around the globe visit Graceland each year.
Half of them under age 35.
Vigils are scheduled to be held at the gates of Graceland later this evening.
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ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
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In tonight's Ticker-- NASCAR news and some soggy qualifying...
But first on Health Check-- a certified hypnotist is trying to change the way you think about HYPNOSIS.
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It doesn't have to be used just for the traumatic stuff-- rather, according to one expert, it can make you a more creative person.
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IN Q=You're quieting

((YOU'RE QUIETING YOUR RATIONAL, LOGICAL MIND WHICH TENDS TO TALK AND CHATTER AND ANALYZE AND CRITICIZE AND JUDGE EVERYTHING AND GETTING MORE TO THE SUB-CONSCIOUS MIND. ))
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OUT Q=the subconscious mind.

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six-preview


ANCHOR=Keith
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WRITER=amo
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Good Afternoon.
Keith Humphry here with a quick glimpse of a woman on a mission.
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VO-NAT
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Jennifer Jolin is one of the 32 women preparing to pack her life into the fortress- like atmosphere of Virginia Military Institute.
She knows everybody back home is watching- -along with the rest of the WORLD.
And she's determined to make it.
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SOT 13:26:10
IN Q=I don't feel

((JEN JOLIN/VMI CLASS OF 2001: I DON'T FEEL LIKE I'LL FAIL AS FAR AS VMI. THAT'S NOT AN OPTION.))
SUPER=01-Jen Jolin/VMI Class of 2001
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OUT Q=not an option.
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We'll hear more from Jolin- -and her coach, the man SHE says convinced her to apply to VMI.
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DOUBLE BOXES Keith/Connie


That's just one of the things in store for you tonight on News 7 at Six.
ANCHOR=Connie


Speaking of VMI, NEWS-7 at FIVE and SIX, dissolve to vmi full screen will be on location Monday in Lexington as Virginia Military Institute's class of 2001 arrives on post.
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5-Medicare


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=HEALTH CARE COSTS


An investigation of 14 health care facilities in the state has turned up more than a million dollars in Medicare over-charges.
The review, by the Center for Quality Health Care Services and Consumer Protection found over-billing in home health agencies and nursing homes.
The office has not named the facilities, but acknowledges some were in fact, in Southwest Virginia.
The investigation is part of a federal pilot program involving several states--
Review continues in Virginia, with another investigation beginning in the fall, called Operation Restore Trust.

5-Breast-Implants


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-32
GRAPHIC=BREAST IMPLANTS


A New Orleans jury is deliberating the nation's first class-action trial on breast implants.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File; :


Some 18-hundred women claim Dow Chemical hid evidence that breast implants make women sick.
The company denies the allegations.
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5-Catheters


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-33
GRAPHIC=Hospital Care


Thousands of deaths each year could be prevented if catheters were coated with antiseptics, according to studies published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
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IN Q=Catheters are tubes
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OUT Q=un-coated catheters.

((
Catheters are tubes -- commonly inserted into blood vessels -- which carry food, blood, and medicine into the body.
Without treating the catheters, infections may travel into people's bloodstreams.
The coating could save millions of dollars in hospitalization costs, according to the studies.
More than 200-thousand cases of bloodstream infections each year can be blamed on un-coated catheters. ))
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


While coated catheters are more expensive, patients with treated catheters were FIVE-times LESS likely to contract a bloodstream infection.

5-Good-Food


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-35
GRAPHIC=Nutrition


The National Cancer Institute estimates that as many as seven out of every ten cases of cancer might be caused by dietary factors.
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VO-NAT


For instance, eating too much fat appears to be a factor in the development of certain cancers. Americans get about 35 percent of their calories from fat, but researchers say people whose diets contain only 20 percent fat seem to have less cancer.
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SOT 2:42:20
IN Q=For general

((BEVERLEE CLEARMAN/REGISTERED DIETICIAN:FOR GENERAL NUTRITION GUIDELNES WE USUALLY SAY 30-PERCENT BUT THERE DOES SEEM TO BE AN ADDED BENEFIT TO BEING EVEN LOWER IN FAT CONTENT ))
SUPER=01-Beverlee Clearman/Registered Dietician; :
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OUT Q=in fat content.
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***CONNIE AUDIO ON CART****
Reduce the amount of fat in your diet by consuming low fat dairy products-- be miserly with added fats such as butter, margarine and salad dressings.
Red meat CAN still be part of healthy diet. Just eat smaller portions, no more than the size of a deck of cards twice a day.
Fruits and vegetables can also reduce your risk for cancer-- especifally if you consume at least five servings a day.
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SOT 02:43:16
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((THESE TEND TO BE HIGHER IN THOSE OTHER SUBSTANCES THAN FOODS THAN RIGHT NOW ARE FOR LACK OF BETTER TERMS CALLED PHYTOCHEMICALS ))
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OUT Q=called phyto-chemicals.
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VO-NAT


Eating in moderation, limiting alcohol use, exercising regularly, and not
smoking--- all contribute to a healthly lifestyle, and can also reduce your

risk for cancer.
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5-Hypnosis


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-36
GRAPHIC=hypnosis


Think of hypnosis-- and what comes to mind?
Maybe being put to sleep-- losing your self control.
But not so, according to one area hypnotist-- trying to spread the word that through hypnosis, you can be more awake and alive than ever.
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SUPER=@File; :09
SUPER=01-Suzann Robins/Certified Hypnotist; :18
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OUT Q=results of that

(( At this week's YWCA Brown Bag Lunch Series, Suzann Robins explains that hypnosis can be the key to becomming more creative.
In therapy sessions, the client can even undo past traumas.
The purpose she says isn't to RE-LIVE a negative experience, but to RELIEVE it.
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SOT 11:47:08
IN Q=It doesn't

((SUZANN ROBINS/CERTIFIED HYPNOTIST: IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE SOMETHIGN BIG, SOME SMALL THING THAT HAPPENED BUT YOU MADE A DECISION , LIKE A DECISION THAT CHANGED YOUR LIFE. LIKE, ADULTS ARE HARD TO PLEASE. OR I'M NEVER APPROVED OF BY ANYONE. AND YOU CARRY SOMETHING WITH THAT FROM WHEN IT HAPPENS-- FROM WHEN YOU'RE A TINY BABY OR A TEENAGER UNTIL YOU ARE AN ADULT. ))
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OUT Q=you are an adult.


Robins says hypnosis isn't just about quitting smoking or losing weight-- she says it can be used as a tool for accomplishing anything you want-- through a sort-of meditation.
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SOT 11:53:12
IN Q=It's also very

((SUZANN ROBINS: IT'S ALSO VERY SIMILAR TO PRAYER,. WHEN PEOPLE ARE SAYING A PRAYER, THEY ARE TAKING THEMSELVES INTO A DEAPER MORE RELAXED STATE WHERE THEY FEEL MORE CALM AND THEY SEE THE RESULTS OF THAT.))
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OUT Q=results of that.

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VO-NAT


Robins says self-hypnosis is also a good tool for improving creativity-- relying on affirmations to increase relaxation and overcome anxiety.
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2-shot-toss
ANCHOR=Connie


Time now to check in with the always relaxed Mike Stevens

S5-Qualify


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-29
GRAPHIC=TWO MINUTE TICKER


Welcome everybody to the start of your weekend, and let's get the ticker
started in Michigan where the Winston SS=michigan speedway


Cup circuit has taken up residence this week.
Rain this morning at the track pushed back qualifying an hour and a half.
And while that was frustrating it gave a couple of teams an opportunity to take care of business.
For starters on the Busch series, Diamond Ridge Motorsports announced that Hermie Sadler will join his brother Elliott next season in a two car team.
Hermie gives up his own team to make this move.
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((HERMIE SADLER:)) ((ELLIOTT SADLER:))
SUPER=01-Hermie Sadler/Moves to Diamond Ridge Racing; :00
SUPER=01-Elliott Sadler/3 Wins & 4 Poles This Year; :18
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OUT Q=...WE NEED."
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Also, some big news today concerning Geoff Bodine. Not only is his car painted Gold for this weekend, but his struggling team is getting additional funding, some new minority ownership and a new team Manager.
Tim Brewer will take over as team manager with the official announcement coming tomorrow.
Now let's see how the top 10 in qualifying looks early in the round.
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Jeremy Mayfield//5. Derrike Cope//;
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SUPER=0107-6. Chad Litte//7. Rick Mast//8. Steve Grissom//9. Bill Elliott

//10. John Andretti//;
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S5-Stuff


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-30
GRAPHIC=PGA


The second round of PGA championship is in full swing at the Winged Foot country club in upstate New York.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Mamaroneck, NY; :00


David Love the third has the clubhouse lead after following up yesterday's 66 with a one over 71 today.
Co-first round leader John Daly has also dropped a few strokes today. Despite making this birdie he shot a three over 73.
And here's the shot of the day. An Eagle on the 12th hole by Phil Mickelson breaks at a right angle and trickles down into the cup.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=PGA


Right now Lee Janzen is in the lead at 6 under par. He is still on the course with about 6 holes still to play.
SS=TICKER


Coming up at six, we'll check in on the Tech backfield for 1997.
Have a super weekend everybody. take a break

5-kicker


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
TAPE#net-h
GRAPHIC=none


Finally tonight-- they claim its the largest gathering ever of poeple over 100 years old.
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VO-NAT 10:53:52
SUPER=03-London


75 centenarians - aged between 100 and 107 - have been brought together by Belgium's Sabena and Ulm airlines, who flew them from Antwerp to London City airport.
The airlines are also claiming a record for carrying the largest number of passengers aged over 100 on a single flight.
People from four countries are among the group, including World War One veterans and people who've lived through the reign of six British monarchs.
One woman received a special award for having the most grandchildren-- 26 in all.
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bye
ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE


That's NEWS-7 at Five for tonight.
A look ahead now...to Monday.
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NEWS-7 at FIVE and SIX are on location in Lexington for the arrival of Virginia Military Institute's class of 2001.
It's the first co-ed class in the school's 157-year history.
You won't want to miss two very special newscasts, live on post at VMI.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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Have a good weekend. SUPER=x4034;email/Copyright close-id