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News 7 at five is next.
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The Roanoke River is rising-
Mud is sliding---


And in some places people are moving out.
We will have several live reports from around the region.
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What a day...flooding rains and snow melt, icing above 3,000 feet and now for some, the return of snow along with cold rain for tonight.

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[ANCHOR=Tonya]
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Tonight on Health Check --
Stressed out at work.
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[VO-NAT]


Women may be getting more headaches from the workplace. And --
A lullaby is usually a good way to put a baby to sleep, but what about before the baby's even born.
A new device plays music through the womb.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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((nat sound water))
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This is usually a small stream.
Not today- as a winter storm brings rain and flooding to the region.
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[5-Roanoke-Flooding]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Heavy rains and run-off are bringing high water to western Virginia.
Some families have already been evacuated, and tonight the American Red Cross is opening a regional shelter in Vinton.
[Double Boxes=Jean and JoeD/Microwave]


Joe Dashiell has been following the situation today and joins us now from the banks of the Roanoke River. Joe, when should we expect the river to crest?
[Live=JoeD Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=19-Joe/Dashiell;]
[SUPER=05-Roanoke;]


Jean, we reached flood stage early this afternoon. That's ten feet... The river is expected to reach 14 feet sometime tonight. That should mean moderate flooding in low-lying areas.
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((Throughout the Roanoke Valley, creeks and streams have reached their capacity... A day of rain has pushed some beyond their banks....
And residents who've seen flooding before are playing it safe.
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City schools closed early, as many roads were blocked by high water.... and businesses threatened by the rising tide moved to keep furniture and equipment high and dry.
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Residents of the Roanoke Valley who need to find a safer place tonight can go to the W. E. Cundiff School in Vinton.
That's where the American Red Cross is establishing a regional shelter.
[Double Boxes=Jean and JoeD/Microwave]


Jean, for those folks who live in vulnerable areas, authorities are asking that they keep an eye on the situation, and be prepared to evacuate if the need arises.
(question... Can you give us an idea of how many roads in the Roanoke Valley are blocked by high water?)



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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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While flooding was a problem in Roanoke, other parts of the region got blasted by snow and ice.
[Double Boxes=Jean and Stacey/Starlink]


Stacey Martin is near Fairfield in Rockbridge County.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The New River Valley was spared the brunt of this storm.
Andrew Freiden just got back from that area and joins us from the newsroom.
Andrew: What's the situation there?
[Double Boxes=Jean and Andrew/newsroom]




[Live=Andrew Full/Newsroom]
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(Rollcue: SENSE THE DISAPPOINTMENT)
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(( [1:47:04] ((Paul Johnson/Montgomery County Resident: OH, I LOVE THE SNOW-- I LOVE TO DRIVE IN IT!))
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Paul Johnson never got his wish. in a region that was bracing for heavy snow accumulations, It's been the ever popular wintry mix all day. And the roads are warm enough to stay wet, and not too slippery.
Dispatchers around the region are even a little bored. [1:11:49] ((CL TAYLOR/PULASKI COUNTY DISPATCHER: AM I BORED? I'M WAITING FOR THE SNOW TO COME. SOMETHING TO DO))
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[BUTT/BUTT/BUTT] [1:06:27] ((MARTHA SPENCER/MONTGOMERY COUNTY DISPATCHER: I'M EXPECTING SNOW...NOTHING GOING ON!!))
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[Double Boxes=Jean and Andrew/Newsroom]





[Robin-Tease]
[DATE=2/4/98]
[SS=NONE] ROBIN IN WX-CENTER

[WXPRO/FULL] RAINFALL NUMBERS WX HEADLINES FIVE DAY FORECAST
[SS=NONE]ROBIN TOSS BACK


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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Heavy winds and rain made things difficult for fire crews battling a house fire in Bedford County this afternoon.
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Crews from three volunteer fire companies responded to the call off Roach-town Road near Huddleston around noon.
Firefighters tried to ventilate the building, but were pushed back by flames coming from a first-story window.
The blaze reached into the roof, where crews spent more than three hours putting it out.
No one was home when the fire broke out.
The cause is under investigation.
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Charter Schools have jumped another hurdle in the General Assembly.
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[VO-NAT]


And authorities release a warning about the man wanted in association with the bombing of an Birmingham Abortion clinic.
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[ANCHOR=Tonya ]

In tonight's health check report -- The makers of Kellogg's say they will no longer use slim models to sell cereal. [2-SHOT]
[ANCHOR=Jean]


The Express gears up for a big matchup this weekend.
[ANCHOR=Tonya]


And also in the 2-minute ticker, Mike Tyson and promoter Don King may be splitting up.
Stay with us. [cc sponsor]
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[5-Charter-Schools]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Five years of fighting over charter schools is over in Virginia.
The state Senate gave final approval to the experimental schools today, the House has the votes in place for final passage tomorrow, and Governor Jim Gilmore's sure to sign the bill.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean/Ellen via State Microwave]


Ellen Qualls is at the State Capitol with the latest.
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[SUPER=@Ellen1;]
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Jean, Democratic opposition to charter schools has been crumbling for more than a year.
So today, the battle broke down mostly along lines of color.
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[SUPER=01-Sen. Joe Gartlan/(D) Fairfax; :17]

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((SEN. YVONNE MILLER: FOR SOME OF US THIS IS A HORRIBLE DAY.))
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((MILLER: LET'S NOT DELUDE OURSELVES INTO THINKING THAT WE ARE HELPING CHILDREN. WE ARE ACTUALLY HELPING OUR CONSCIENCES FEEL THAT WE HAVE DONE SOMETHING WHEN WE HAVE ONLY RUN A SHAM.))
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((SEN. JOE GARTLAN: AND WE ARE SETTING IN MOTION OFFICIALLY THE ULTIMATE DEGRADATION AND DESTRUCTION OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM IN THIS COMMONWEALTH.))
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But it was charter school supporters who carried the day.
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((SEN. DICK SASLAW/D-SPRINGFIELD: IF I COULD WAVE A MAGIC WAND AND MAKE IT BETTER FOR EVERYBODY I WOULD DO IT.))
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((BUT THIS IS A START. AND I WOULD HOPE THAT YOU WOULD PUT ASIDE YOUR PRECONCEIVED NOTIONS.))
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((SEN. WARREN BARRY: I THINK THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM IS THE BACKBONE OF THIS NATION. BUT IF WE DON'T DO SOMETHING TO PROVIDE SOME INNOVATION...THEN WE'VE PUT OUR HEADS IN THE SAND.))
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These bills would call for lotteries to pick students.
They would be totally local option.
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Virginia, in fact, Jean will probably have the most limited charter school law in the nation.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A Montgomery County circuit court judge is deciding whether a woman who killed a Virginia Tech student was driving drunk.
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48-year old Evelyn Williams of Blacksburg hit 20-year old Daniel Kelly a year ago, as he and his girlfriend walked by the side of the road.
Williams says she drank two double vodka tonics with dinner, which she finished about an hour before the accident.
Police waited six hours after the accident to give her a blood test.
Experts clashed sharply in court today on whether she was under the influence when she struck Kelly.
Police reports show her car never left the travel lane.
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[5-Abortion-Bombing]


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A warning goes out from the F-B-I.
Stay away from a man wanted for questioning in last week's fatal bombing at an abortion clinic.
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31-year old Eric Robert Rudolph is being called a material witness, not a suspect.
But authorities say no one should approach him except law enforcement officers.
[SUPER=03-Birmingham, AL/Last Week;]


The bombing killed an off duty police officer and seriously wounded a nurse.
Witnesses at the scene reported seeing a 1989 Gray Nissan pickup truck with a North Carolina plate registered to Rudloph.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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When will the rain end?
Robin Reed has the answer. He'll be here in just a moment.
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Reducing your risk of heart disease.
Women can do it with two vitamins.
That story is still ahead on Health Check.
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Still ahead -- Roy Stanley will be here with a preview of this weeks big college basketball action.
[ANCHOR=Tonya]

Next on Health Check --
Babies are being exposed to music while still in the womb.
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American doctors are borrowing medical traditions from foreign cultures for pregnant women.
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((DR. DAVID MIN/OBSTETRICIAN:IT'S MORE LIKE A EAST MEETS WEST TYPE OF UNIQUE SITUATION.))
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[health bump]
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[six-preview]


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[Live Keith in Newsroom]
Good afternoon I'm Keith Humphry with a preview of one of the stories you'll see on News 7 at Six.
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Yesterday, we told you about a group of laid-off General Electric employees who said their jobs were shipped to Mexico.
Today, they tell us why-- despite their frustration with the company-- they would go back to work at G-E.
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((JUDY SCHEDER/LAID-OFF WORKER: IF YOU HAD TO MAKE THE CHOICE OF WORKING SOMEWHERE ELSE IN THE VALLEY FOR MINIMUM WAGE OR A LITTLE ABOVE MINIMUM WAGE, OR YOU CAN GO TO GE AND HAVE AN EXCELLENT SALARY AND EXCELLENT BENEFITS, WHAT CHOICE WOULD YOU MAKE?))
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G-E said there's a chance the workers will get called back.
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[LIVE=Keith Full/Newsroom]


We'll hear from the company...
[Double Boxes=Jean and Keith/Newsroom]


and more from the workers in about 40-minutes.

[5-Tension-Headaches]


[ANCHOR=Tonya]
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Nearly half of all Americans suffer from tension headaches.
The first large scale study on headaches found nearly half of the sufferers are highly educated and the majority are white women in their thirties.
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[VO-NAT]


The Johns Hopkins study published in today's issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association found women are 15 percent more likely than men to get tension headaches. It's a painful problem, but the solution can be quite simple.
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((DR. EMILY SENAY/CBS MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT:A LOT OF THIS IS RELATED TO STRESS AND STRESSFUL LIVES, STRESSFUL JOBS. SO OBVIOUSLY STRESS REDUCTION IS ONE THING, OVER THE COUNTER PAIN RELIEVERS, TRY TO TAKE A DEEP BREATH, IT'S SEEMS TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH THE STRESS IN OUR LIVES, ALTHOUGH THEY DON'T SEEM TO KNOW THE EXACT MECHANISM OF TENSION HEADACHES.))
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Doctors recommend a remedy of exercise and a regular sleep schedule.
Researchers say hormones might play a role in causing tension headaches.
Doctors already know women are more likely to get migraine headaches, starting with the onset of menstruation.

[5-Vitamin-B]


[ANCHOR=Tonya]
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Women may be able to cut their risk of heart disease in half by taking three to four times the recommended daily allowance of two vitamins: folate and B-6.
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Folate is found in cereals, orange juice, lettuce, eggs, broccoli and spinach.
And vitamin B6 food sources include beef, cold breakfast cereal, potatoes, bananas, chicken, milk and tuna.
But in order to get four times the R-D-A a person would have to eat enormous quantities of the foods -- like 66 eggs and 21 glasses of orange juice.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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So folate and B-6 can also be taken in the form of multiple vitamins.
The research is reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association.


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Lullabys are often the best way to put a baby to sleep.
Now doctors say an hour of classical music a day can lull fetuses into a more sedate prenatal state.
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An Indiana obstetrician developed a special way for mothers to soothe their babies in the womb -- it's called the Rock-A-By music apron and it has adjustable pockets to hold a C-D or tape player and small speakers.
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((SOT DR. DAVID MIN/OBSTETRICIAN:SPEAKERS WILL DELIVER MUSIC AS WELL AS MOTHER'S HEADPHONE HERE. AND THEY'RE HAVING ON

E RELAXING HOUR, HOPEFULLY.AND THIS IS A VERY PEACEFUL THING.))
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((CYNTHIA FARY/NEW MOTHER:ONE OF THE NURSES WAS FAMILIAR WITH WHAT I WAS DOING... SUGGESTED PLAYING THE MUSIC. SO WE PUT THE MUSIC ON FOR THE BABY AND IT LOWERED THE HEARTBEAT AND KEPT IT STABLE UNTIL SHE WAS DELIVERED))
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Doctor Min tracked the heartbeats and movements of fetuses... and says they respond well to soft music and their parents voices.
He says music exposure is helpful only after the 24th week of a pregnancy because that's when the fetuses' hearing develops.
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Kellogg is taking some of the skinny out of its ads for Special K.
The cereal giant says it will no longer use super-slim models, because they give a distorted view of female health.
Kellogg says women didn't relate to the ads and saw the body weights and sizes as unrealistic.
New television ads start running this week.
The Reshaping Your Attitude ads contain no specific images of women.
[2-Shot-Toss]
[ANCHOR=Jean]


Mike Tyson and Promoter Don King may be heading for a breakup.
[ANCHOR=Tonya]


Here's Roy Stanley with the 2-Minute ticker.

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Good afternoon everyone; welcome to your wet and rainy two minute ticker.
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The Express is gearing up for three games in three days over the weekend; beginning with divisional rival Chesapeake Friday at the Round House.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Blizzard vs. Express; :00]


last night; Roanoke beat Huntington 4-3 in a shootout after leading 3-1 in the third period. Daniel Berthiaume registered 23 saves.
Duane Harmer was one of three players to score in the shoot out. The Express notches the two points needed to remain in first place in the Northeast Division.
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((WAYNE STRACHAN/EXPRESS FORWARD:)) ((DANIEL BERTHIAUME/LEADER IN GOALS AGAINST AVG.:))
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[SUPER=01-Daniel Berthiaume/Leader in Goals Against Avg.; :11]
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[OUT Q=....let them back"]
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Mike Tyson breaking away from promoter Don King. Well, That's what a source told the A-P today.
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[SUPER=04-File; :]


The report says that Tyson is frustrated over his banishment from boxing.
Tyson made about 112 million dollars in six fights after his release from prison in 1995. But he reportedly owes 7 million in unpaid taxes and is down to 150 thousand dollars in liquid assets and he blames the situation on King.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Tyson and King are scheduled to appear at a news conference tomorrow to promote Tyson's appearance at a wrestling show next month.

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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=Mike]
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[GRAPHIC=NEWS 7 SPORTS HOOPS]


ACC college basketball action is coming up on Your Hometown Station tonight.
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[pinnacle page ( )]
At nine o'clock this evening join WDBJ-7 for the Wake Forest - N.C. State game.
And take note that right before that at a special eight o'clock time - you can catch this week's episode of "Chicago Hope."
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[pinnacle page ( )]
And then get ready for tomorrow night as we bring you the much anticipated Duke at North Carolina showdown from Chapel Hill.
The game tips-off at nine o'clock right here on WDBJ-7.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
[SS=TICKER]


It's national signing day for high school seniors and I'll have some news on that coming your way tonight at six.
Have a great evening folks. [take a break]

[5-Cookie-Poll]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Straw polls are fine, but cookie polls taste better.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ft. Myers, FL;]


That's what a baker in Fort Myers, Florida thought.
So he he started an opinion poll about President Clinton's alleged affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Voters have three cookie choices-- "we did", "we didn't" and "who cares?"
As of yesterday, the "we did" cookie was leading, but "who cares" was closing the gap.
The cost of voting is a dollar and a quarter, cookie included.
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[Bye]
[ANCHOR=Jean]


That does it for News-7 at Five. [Dissolve to pinnacle]
Don't forget about on the weekends-- that's News-7 Saturday and Sunday Morning.
It starts at Eight.
[ANCHOR=Jean]

We hope to see you back here at Six. [SS=none]