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Up next on News 7 at six, one person is airlifted to the hospital after a head-on collision in Moneta.
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And should a VMI initiation ritual be treated as a criminal act?

Sports-Head


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In Sports, Rusty Wallace made a trip to Victory Lane at Daytona Scores and Highlights from college hoops.
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And in the Atlantic 10 Virginia Tech comes up short on the Road at Temple losing to the Owls by 7.
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A collective sigh of relief across virginia, as the sun graced us with its presence today. More sunshine on tap for tomorrow. A fly in the ointment arrives by midweek.

Moneta-Ax


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Two people badly injured in a traffic accident last night are in stable condition today.
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A truck swerved into oncoming traffic and smashed into a car along Route 6-55 around 9-30 last night.
45-year old Herman Otis Smith of Huddleston, Virginia was thrown from the truck and suffered severe head injuries.
Rescuers airlifted him to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The driver of the car 39-year old Kristen Newman also of Huddleston was taken by ambulance to the same hospital.
State police say charges in the accident are pending.
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Abed


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Government prosecutors have one more day's worth of evidence to put on in the trial of Roanoke's so-called "crime family."
Keith Humphry looks ahead to week-FIVE of the trial.
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This is what the Abeds have been waiting for, they say: a chance to tell their side of the story... to respond to the terrible tales their accusers have been telling the jury.
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That was a different context, but Abbott is eager to testify in federal court.
Once the government rests its case- -on Monday or Tuesday- -Abbott and his lawyer will have to decide whether to risk a rigorous cross examination. Mixer's fire: 94-16
The prosecution will wrap up its case with more on the financial status of Mixer's Restaurant at the time of the fire.
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((I LOST MY PLACE. IT WAS A FINANCIAL DISASTER.))
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Co-owner Ahmad Thiab is charged with insurance fraud.
He has lived in this country for 12 years. He made arrangements to return when he learned he'd been indicted 11 months ago.
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Doctor Thiab may or may NOT actually get to tell his story directly to the jury.
Though he told us almost a year ago that he returned to the United States, ready to answer any question that would prove his innocence- -under American law, he's not required to prove anything. The government has the burden of proving Thiab is guilty.
Thiab's lawyer won't say whether he intends to put the Iraqi native on the witness stand.
Keith Humphry NEWS 7.

VMI-Beating


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VMI may have a case of hazing on its hands.
Three seniors were suspended for beating six freshmen at the Virginia Military Institute with a coat hanger and belt last fall.
The beatings were part of initiation rituals.
Now the family of one of the victims wants the incident treated as a criminal matter.
Officials at the school are now deciding whether they should have contacted police and reported the cases as hazings.

Brzonkala


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Civil Rights will be the issue when the 4-th U-S Circuit Court of Appeals addresses the Christy Brzonkala lawsuit.
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In December, a three- judge panel reinstated her lawsuit against Virginia Tech and two football players.
Now the appeals court will reconsider whether Brzonkala should be allowed to sue under the Violence Against Women Act which makes gender motivated crimes a civil rights issue.
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Brzonkala says Tony Morrison and James Crawford raped her in 19-94 and that Tech protected the players because they were members of the football team.

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Valentine's Day is six days from now--and we have some distinctive gift ideas coming your way.
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Gifts including java and gift certificates are putting a new spin on the old tradition.
That's coming up in a few minutes, but first let's check in with Andrew Freiden standing by in the weather center.
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Business-Review


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Laid-off General Electric workers say their jobs were shipped to other countries.
And, for a psychic hotline, the future looks bleak.
Scott Goldberg has those stories in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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((Some of the workers laid off from General Electric are speaking out.
They said they would still have jobs if G-E didn't send so much work to countries with cheap labor.
G-E responded: the company only outsources when it can not "perform work in Salem on a cost-competitive basis."


Norfolk Southern said its business suffered only minor scrapes and bruises in the wake of this week's train derailment.
Of the hundreds of trains that roll into Roanoke every day, the company said only five or six pass over this route in Glasgow.
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Not a very good prognosis for Columbia H-C-A.
The health-care giant that owns five hospitals in our area expects to lose more than one-and-a-quarter billion dollars this year.
The company cites record costs -- including money spent to defend itself against charges of defrauding Medicare.
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The man holding the baseball is Michael Lasky.
He's the founder of the Psychic Friends Network.
He paid 500-thousand dollars for that ball.
This week, the Psychic Friends Network filed for bankruptcy. Use slo-mo video
Industry watchers said Lasky should have seen it coming.
Dow Jones Pre Pro
For the second week in a row, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than 200-points, finishing at 81-89.
The Nasdaq picked up 75.
That does it for this week's Business Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))

Valentine's-Gifts


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With less than a week to go, gift ideas for Valentine's Day may not come so easily.
Traditional gifts usually include flowers, candy and cards of course.
But David Johnson has some alternative ideas for those seeking to be a little more creative.
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((Roses and Valentines cards are common place this time of year, but there are gifts that can set loved ones apart from the rest.
Gift certificates for a theraputic massage or for a manicure or peticure-- even a basket filled with one's favorite things.
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((ELAINE VAUGHN/"LOVE BASKETS" OWNER; WELL THE NICE THING ABOUT GIFT BASKETS IS THAT YOU CAN PUT ALMOST ANYTHING YOU WANT TO IN THESE. FROM CHOCOLATES TO FIRESIDE BASKETS TO A ROMANTIC FIRESIDE BASKET. SOMETHING WITH CHOCOLATES IN THERE AND YOUR CHAMPAGNES AND YOUR DIFFERENT WINE BISCUITS AND THINGS. SO THERE'S A LOT OF THINGS THAT YOU CAN DO.))
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Another idea is dining out or having the ingredients for a gourmet meal for two put into a basket.
Those who enjoy a hot cup of java after the meal-- or anytime-- can sample a blend by local merchants.
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((ANDY REASER/MILL MOUNTAIN COFFEE AND TEA; COUPLES COME IN HERE ALL THE TIME AND SOMETIMES THEY COME IN ON DATES. WE JUST THOUGHT WE'D GIVE THEM SOMETHING SPECIAL TO HAVE ON THIS SPECIAL DAY.))
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((ELAINE VAUGHN; ONE THING IS A GREAT COFFEE TO PUT IN THERE AND TO RELAX IN YOUR JACUZZI WITH A CUP OF COFFEE OR A GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE.))
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STAND-UP/ ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; OF COURSE THERE ARE DOZENS OF OTHER IDEAS. BUT PUTTING YOUR SIGNATURE ON A VALENTINE'S GIFT CAN BE AS INDIVIDUAL AS YOU ARE. DAVID JOHNSON, NEWS 7.))
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Irving


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Most people think of fighting fires as a man's job.
But, for the last ten years a Danville woman has been working to change that notion.
Here's Christy Hubley with this week's Virginia Profile.
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(( Meet Shelby Irving.
She's a firefighter and an EMT for the Danville Fire Station.
And how she got the job is an interesting story.
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When she joined the fire station ten years ago, she was the only woman among dozens of men.
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((SHELBY IRVING: I DON'T THINK I HAD TO PROVE MYSELF BECAUSE YOU KNOW EVERYTIME WE GO OUT I DO GIVE 100% AND I THINK THEY SAW THAT AND THEY WERE PRETTY MUCH LIKE-YEAH, SHELBY, SHE CAN HANDLE HER OWN. A COUPLE OF THEM SAID WELL, I'LL FIGHT A FIRE WITH HER ANYDAY.))
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When Shelby's not at the fire station, you might find her at the gym. NATS 2:27:56-:58 ((WHISTLE. OTHER WAY. REVERSE.))
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She's an assistant coach for the women's basketball and softball teams at Averett College.
Shelby encourages these girls to give it their all.. on the court and off.
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And that's not all this wonder woman does.
She's an organizer of the National Night Out campaign.. teaching the community about crime and safety.
And she helps her church.. Jones Chapel.. with its payroll and budget.
How does she do it all?
Sometimes even she doesn't know.
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((SHELBY IRVING: THAT'S MY LIFE KIND OF. I DON'T KNOW IF I'M HERE TO SERVE OTHERS OR WHAT. BUT I LOVE IT. I LOVE THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. I LOVE AVERETT. I LOVE MY CHURCH AND ALL THE OTHER THINGS THAT I DO. IT'S VERY EXCITING. THERE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO.))
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With this week's Virginia Profile.. Christy Hubley, News 7.))

B'burg-Teacher


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A Blacksburg artist is teaching local residents how to reach their "inner creative spirit".
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Peyton Petty learned the "Sacred Art of Play" nine years ago in Boston.
It involves using buttons, seeds, marbles and other materials to help people improve their creativity.
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((PEYTON PETTY/"PLAY" EXPERT; AS YOU PLAY WITH THEM, YOU HAVE NO AGENDA. THERE'S NO END PRODUCT IN MIND. IT'S A TOTALLY PROCESS- ORIENTED TYPE OF THING. AND BEFORE YOU KNOW IT YOU GET INVOLVED WITH PATTERNS.))
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Petty says the more comfortable PLAYING becomes, the more relaxed a person becomes.
She says over time, a body of work emerges from the patterns.
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((PETTY; I STARTED OUT VERY PRODUCT- ORIENTED. THIS PROCESS- ORIENTED BUSINESS IS VERY DIFFICULT FOR ME COMING OUT OF THE BUSINESS WORLD. THIS HAS GOTTEN ME INTO PROCESS ART. IT'S GOTTEN ME INTO ALMOST MEDITATIVE KIND OF WORK.))
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Petty says PLAYING can also improve other aspects of a person's life.
It led the former financial product manager to her new career-- story telling.
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Blacksburg is one of four places worldwide where "play" workshops are annually conducted.
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Straight ahead when the news continues--New Year's festivities ended a little more than a month ago for most of us--
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but many Chinese were out celebrating last night.
They ushered in the year of the Tiger.
We'll have more highlights from the events coming up in a few minutes.
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Feedback


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In last week's Feedback, we asked for comments on coverage of the White House sex scandal.
Assignment Editor Joe McKean tells us what some of you thought.
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use shots of Clinton and Lewinsky from Saturday's national feeds
Judging from the mail, many of our viewers would be happy to see the media pay less attention to the controversy surrounding President Clinton over his relationship with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
"I think this young lady is less than truthful. She and the other persons involved in this matter should be required to refund the public funds utilized in Prosecutor Kenneth Starr's office. Perhaps this way, these matters would not be announced in the future."
Another wrote: "I think the media and its coverage is a cancer feeding upon itself. To date this is a case of 'he said/she said'. I don't want your opinions, your suppositions or your interpretation. I want only the facts--hard, cold, documented facts--not allegations, Until someone provides documented proof, leave this story alone."
Here's how to share your views with us on the news of the day:
Our mailing address is News-7 Feedback, P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
Our fax number is 540-343-7269.
Email should be sent to news@wdbj7.com.
And, if you prefer a moderated chat room, check out our web site at wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.

Chinese-NewYear


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If you live by a Chinese calendar, then yesterday was the day to celebrate New Years.
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Members of the Roanoke Sister-City Li-Jiang (LEE-JAING), China delegation hosted an annual benefit last night in honor of the holiday.
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((PEARL FU; THIS IS THE YEAR OF THE TIGER FOR THE CHINESE. EVERY YEAR WE DO A BIG WONDERFUL CELEBRATION TO RAISE SOME FUNDS FOR THE SISTER-CITY, LI-JIANG, CHINA.))
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Authentic rituals, music, and dances were performed and they held an auction to raise money for a trip to Li-Jiang (LEE-JAING), China.
One of the items sold was a chinese painting.
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The trip to the East will take place in May and will be the first for a Roanoke delegation of the Sister-Cities program.
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Road-Report


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Flooding will be less of a problem in most areas tomorrow but construction may hold up your commute.
Here's Stacey Martin with this week's edition of Road Report.
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((In Roanoke County lane closures are again scheduled for Interstate 5-81 this week near the Wood Haven bridge as crews continue making repairs. pre pro
Also, in Botetourt County, crews are beginning construction on a bridge over Mill Creek along Route 6-12.
And, that area is closed to traffic. pre pro
In Grayson County a portion of Route 7-11 located between Route 6-01 and Route 8-44 will be shut down starting tomorrow morning at 7.
It will reopen Wednesday night after 5. pre pro
And, some good news in Smyth County. Crews are finished working on the Route 6-60 bridge.
That's it for this week's edition of Road Report. I'm Stacey Martin.))



Sports Tease


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And coming up, Georgia Tech takes North Carolina to two overtimes before falling to the second ranked Tar Heels.
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And Rusty Wallace wins a wild finish in the Bud Shootout at Daytona this afternoon.
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S-Daytona


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So far Speedweeks at Daytona has been reserved for brothers only. Yesterday bobby and Terry labonte captured the front row for the Daytona 500 and today Rusty and Kenny Wallace finished 1 and 2 in the Bud Shootout.
Mike Stevens has more on a wild day at the track.
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S-Tech


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Virginia Tech had Temple on the ropes this afternoon but the Owls came on strong late in the second half to beat the Hokies 60 to 53.
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Bobby Hussey and his Hokies giving the Owls all they could handle in the first half.
Temple fell behind early but Quincy Wadley's three pointer cut the Hokie lead to three points.
Eddie Lucas spots up behind the line and nails this three pointer and the Hokies would take an 11 to 5 lead.
Tech led by one at the half but the Owls rallied in the second half Lynard Stewart taking it inside for the easy hoop to make it 42 to 41 Temple.
Russ Wheeler stepped up down the stretch here he takes it in and scores off the glass but the Hokies still trailed by one.
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Hokies and Temple holds on to beat Tech by a score of 60 to 53.
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S-Carolina


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Georgia Tech came close to derailing North Carolina's ride to the top of the A-P college basketball poll.
But Shammond Williams scored 32 including a couple of three pointers in the second over time to lead the Tar Heels to the 107 to 100 win.
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Former Yellow Jacket star Mark Price in the stands watching the game.
And his team came through on this play Michael Maddox hits the three pointer to send the game into the first overtime tied at 80 to 80.
Carolina took control early in the second overtime when Williams drives to the hole and scores th basket to make it 94 to 92.
But the Yellow Jackets come right back Matt Harpring working hard inside and getting the offensive and put back to make it a one point Tar Heel lead.
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Tech/100/;with just over a minute left in the game when he hits the three pointer and Carolina wins it 107 to 100 in double Overtime.
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S-Scores


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In other A-C-C action, Duke made a trip up Tobacco road to take on N.C. State.
For that and all of this afternoons scores lets check the boards.
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Promo


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You may be familiar with a commercial that urges consumers to "kiss a little longer".
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Well, it seems some couples have taken that advice to heart.
Smoochers across the country are puckering up in hopes of setting a new world record this weekend.
And they're looking for a chance to kiss-off in New York.
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We'll have that story plus more latest news, weather and sports coming up tonight on News 7 at Eleven. (ad lib byes)