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Coming up on News-7 --
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The U-S takes its case for a strike on Iraq to the people.
A B-One bomber goes down in western Kentucky.
And the national head of Operation Rescue begins serving his six month jail sentence.
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On Health Check we continue our special report on adolescent health.
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Many doctors say the most important part of treating a teenagers has nothing to do with science.
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People come out to protest a possible strike on Iraq.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Top administration officials went to the Midwest to sell a possible military attack on Iraq-
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but the crowd wasn't buying it.
At a town meeting, officials were met with posters and people shouting out AGAINST the use of force.
But Secretary of State Madeliene Albright says that may be the only option.
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((MADELEINE ALBRIGHT/SECRETARY OF STATE: I THINK THE POINT HERE IS THAT THE PEOPLE UNDERSTAND IS THAT WE BELIEVE THAT A PEACEFUL SOLUTION WOULD BE THE BEST WAY OUT. ))
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There is one hope- United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan will meet with Saddam Hussein.
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((KOFI ANNAN/U.N. SECRETARY GENERAL: OBVIOUSLY THIS IS NOT GOING TO BE AN EASY MISSION AND AT A VERY CRITICAL JUNCTURE.)) 14:02:41 ((BILL RICHARDSON/U.S. AMBASSADOR TO UNITED NATIONS: DIPLOMACY IS NEARLY EXHAUSTED AND I THINK THE SECRETARY GENERAL'S EFFORTS COULD BE AMONGST THE LAST IF NOT THE LAST.))
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Albright says she will listen to what happens when Saddam and Annan meet in Baghdad this week.
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Democratic Senator Chuck Robb is talking tough about Saddam Hussein.
Robb says the U-S should either repeal or modify its ban on assassinating foreign leaders.
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Robb says that would deprive Saddam Hussein of the peace of mind that comes from knowing U-S law prohibits an attack on him personally.
Robb says he's NOT advocating assassination -- just trying to make Saddam "more receptive" to negotiations.

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An Air Force B-One Bomber crashed in Kentucky this afternoon.
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The crash happened near the town of Mattoon, which is northeast of Marion.
Witnesses say the plane bust into a ball of fire and sent debris raining down.
The plane took off from Dyess (Dy-us) Air Force base near Abilene Texas.
Kentucky State Police say all four Crew members have been found alive.

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Just one day after he was found guilty of trespassing and given a six-month jail term, anti-abortion activist Flip Benham today decided to go ahead and serve his time.
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Steve Smallshaw talked with Benham before he surrendered this morning.. Steve, is this the end of his legal battle?
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Jean, Flip Benham and his attorneys are still appealing his conviction, but Benham says he doesn't expect any sympathy from a legal system that sent him to jail on a misdemeanor charge.
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(( Flip Benham walked into the Lynchburg sheriff's department around 10:30 this morning.. he may not walk out again for another six months.
Benham was convicted yesterday of trespassing on the grounds of E.C. Glass High School, where he and about a hundred Liberty University students staged an anti- abortion rally last fall.
While he WAS free on bond pending his appeal, Benham could not return to his home in Texas.
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((REV. FLIP BENHAM/OPERATION RESCUE DIRECTOR: I BELIEVE THAT THE JUDGE, RICHARD MILLER, HAS COMMITTED A CRIME TODAY AND HE'S DONE IT UNDER THE LEGAL AUSPICES OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, AND JUST BECAUSE IT'S LEGAL DOESN'T MAKE IT RIGHT.))
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Benham still says he's being punished not for what he did but for the message he brought to school that day.
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The two Liberty University students who also were convicted remain free on

bond, while THEIR appeals are worked out. Jean?5-Bowman


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A Botetourt County judge says there's reason to believe a mentally disabled man set fire to the historic Hotel Botetourt.
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30-year old Dwayne Bowman is charged with arson.
He lived at this home for handicapped adults when the building burned down one night last August.
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None of the 29 residents was injured -- but Bowman told investigators he started the fire.
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((VOICE OF DEP. NELSON TOLLEY: HE SAID HE ACCIDENTALLY SET FIRE TO THE CURTAIN WITH HIS CIGARETTE LIGHTER. AND I EXPLAINED TO HIM I'D BEEN IN FIRE INVESTIGATION FOR YEARS AND THEY JUST DON'T HAPPEN. A CIGARETTE IS NOT GOING TO LIGHT THE CURTAIN UP AND BURN THAT FAST. I JUST ASKED HIM TO GO AHEAD AND TELL ME THE TRUTH AND HE LOOKED UP AT ME AND SAID HE'D USED A CIGARETTE LIGHTER TO LIGHT IT.))
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According to the investigator, Bowman said he was depressed and the Hotel Botetourt owed him money.
Bowman's attorney says he may not have been sane at the time.
Meanwhile his mother says she believes Bowman did light his curtains on fire.
A grand jury will decide in March whether Bowman stands trial for arson.
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Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement will continue for ONE month at Meadowbrook nursing home.
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Federal officials say the Shawsville facility lost its eligibility Sunday after failing a third survey.
However-- payment will continue for 30- days while new management tries to correct deficiencies.
An official with the nursing home says there are NO plans to close.
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Some say his punishment was too harsh.
But coming up on the newscast, administrators say they were just following standard prcedure when police arrested a high school student for assault and battery.
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And a big corporation gives a big gift to the Arts Council of the Blue Ridge.
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On health check, we'll take a look at the lines of communication between doctors and teenagers. They're not always open. 2-SHOT
ANCHOR=Jean


Steve Mason will have the latest edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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It's all still ahead on News-7 at Five. Don't go away. cc sponsor

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A top Clinton advisor is testifying before a Grand Jury today.
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But testimony from Bruce Lindsey has been interupted- apparently amid a conflict over questions he's being asked.
Prosecutors are investigating whether the President had an affair with a former college intern and asked her to lie about it.
There's also also a delay in testiony from Monica Lewinsky's mother- Marcia Lewis.
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Martin says his clients condition hasn't changed- She is excused from testifying at least for now.
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Officials say violent incidents are few and far between in Roanoke County schools.
But when they DO happen, there are strict policies administrators must follow.
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Last Friday, William Byrd High School principal Bob Patterson called police after 16- year- old Joe Grissom kicked a female student.
Patterson says he uses specific guidelines to determine whether an incident is assault and battery--
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((BOB PATTERSON/WILLIAM BYRD PRINCIPAL: WHEN IT'S INTENTIONAL AND WHEN IT DOES BODILY INJURY TO ANOTHER STUDENT, ESPECIALLY IN THE CASE OF WHERE THE STUDENT HAS TO GO TO THE DOCTOR OR HOSPITAL. ))
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Patterson says that was true in THIS case.
Joe Grissom was released from a Lynchburg detention facility yesterday.
While his father continues protesting the incident, other school officials say Patterson was carrying out the county's "Zero tolerance" policy toward violence.
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((JIM GALLION/ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT: WE DO TAKE THE INTEREST OF THE STUDENTS IN ACCOUNT AND SOMETIMES, AS IN THIS CASE, THEY HAPPEN IN A WAY THAT-- I DON'T KNOW HOW IT COULD HAVE BEEN HANDLED DIFFERENTLY AT THIS POINT. ))
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Grissom's is scheduled for a hearing on March fifth.
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Virginia sports officials were the losers today in a partisan fight in the House of Delegates.
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A bill that would have mandated jail time for anyone who battered a referee, coach, or umpire went down on a 48 to 49 vote.
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((DEL. JACK REID/R-HENRICO CO.: WE ARE GOING TO START LOSING PEOPLE WHO ARE WILLING TO CALL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL GAMES, HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL GAMES, HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING MATCHES IN THIS STATE, IF WE DON'T TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT THEM.))
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((DEL. TOM JACKSON/D-HILLSVILLE: HOW ABOUT TEACHERS? HOW ABOUT STATE JUDGES? HOW ABOUT LAWYERS? HOW ABOUT DOCTORS? AND I GUESS HOW ABOUT THE AVERAGE CITIZEN WALKING UP AND DOWN THE STREET? WHY AREN'T THEY JUST AS IMPORTANT AS A REFEREE?))
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There is NO similar bill in the Senate, so the measure appears to be dead for the year.

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A big gift from a big corporation left big smiles on quite a few faces this afternoon.
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The Elfun group -- the community-service wing of General Electric -- gave a 20-THOUSAND dollar check to the Arts Council of the Blue Ridge.
It's the biggest corporate donation ever given to the arts council.
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((SUSAN JENNINGS/BLUE RIDGE ARTS COUNCIL: IT'S VERY IMPORTANT BECAUSE AS ONE SPEAKER SAID, WHEN SCHOOLS CUT BUDGETS, THE ART BUDGET IS THE FIRST THING TO GO. BUT YET RESEARCH ACROSS THE COUNTRY SHOWS ART EDUCATION BUILDS SELF ESTEEM, INCREASES TEST SCORES, INCREASES COMMUNITY SERVICE.))
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G-E said the gift shows the company is a dedicated corporate citizen.
The Elfun group supports a number of education, art and environmental charities.
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Steve Mason and Hometown Hoops Weekly is still ahead here on News-7 at Five.
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In tonight's health check report -- Doctors say the lines of communication must be opened to treat teenagers.
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But sometimes teens can be alienated and remote -- so how do doctors and parents understand them?
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((JOSH SKILES/16 YEAR OLD:THEY DO ALL THIS STUFF LIKE CAMPAIGNS FOR NO DRUGS AND STUFF, BUT THEN NONE OF IT REALLY MAKES ANY SENSE THEY'RE JUST GOING RIGHT OVER YOUR HEAD AND NO ONE REALLY CONNECTS.))
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Good afternoon I'm Keith Humphry here's one of the stories were working on for News 7 at Six.
The first public poll on the tax cut battle since you voted in November -- we'll have the results.
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But here is a big hint.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: WE STAND UP THERE AND FIGHT FOR THE WORKING MEN AND WOMEN OF THIS STATE. AND WE'RE GONNA DO THAT. AND THIS POLL JUST ADDS MORE STRENGTH TO US AND SAYS THAT WE'RE DOING EXACTLY THE RIGHT THING.))
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There are some interesting wrinkles in the numbers though.
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We'll have all the details on NEWS 7 at SIX.

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Many doctors who treat teenagers will admit, they have the least experience and training in dealing with adolescent health.
Teenagers say even though they have plenty questions about their developing bodies and minds -- they don't feel comfortable addressing certain subjects with their doctors.
The main reason they fail to get health care -- they don't feel a personal problem will be kept private.
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while others believe physicians are out of touch with teenagers in today's society.
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((MARVIN FIELDS/17-YEAR OLD:YOUR DOCTOR, HE WILL GET AS REAL AS HE CAN GET, BUT NOT AS REAL AS YOU NEED SOMETIMES.)) RUNS:06
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((CHRISTY FAGG/18-YEARS OLD:IF A DOCTOR TREATS YOU LIKE YOU'RE A CHILD THEN YOU'RE NOT GOING TO WANT TO OPEN UP TO HIM AND EXPRESS YOURSELF.)) RUNS:06
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other feel uneasy talking about sex with someone whose treated them since they were a baby.
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((DR. LUTHUR BEAZLEY/PEDIATRICIAN:A LOT OF THESE KIDS I HAVE KNOWN ALL THEIR LIVES NOW THAT CAN BE GOOD OR BAD IT CAN BE SOUR BEFORE YOU GET THERE OR IT CAN BE VERY STRONG.)) RUNS:08
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((SHENAY BYERS/17-YEAR OLD:DOCTORS ARE JUST WORRIED ABOUT YOUR HEALTH THEY DON'T ASK ABOUT HOW YOUR DAY WAS OR YOUR BOYFRIEND OR ANYTHING LIKE HOW MUCH YOU EAT, WHAT'S YOUR WEIGHT.)) RUNS:10
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Many doctors understand the responsibility of getting to know more about patients than just their physical condition, but the hard part is gaining their trust.
Federal law mandates doctor/patient confidentiality on all issues, no matter how sensitive -- but it's a right many young patient don't know they have.
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((DR. LUTHUR BEAZLEY/PEDIATRICIAN:THEY CAN BE IN TO ALL KINDS OF AWFUL STUFF, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, SEXUAL ACTIVITY, UNBELIEVABLE THINGS AND PRESENT THEMSELVES VERY WELL IN MY OFFICE AND I'M ABSOLUTELY FOOLED JUST LIKE ANY HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS.)) RUNS:14
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sometimes teens need something a shot won't cure.
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((JOSH SKILES/16-YEAR OLD:IT HELPED ME OUT. I DIDN'T NEED ANY MEDICATION OR ANYTHING BUT JUST TO GO AND TALK ABOUT THINGS AND GET THINGS OFF YOUR CHEST AND THEN HAVE HIM TELL YOU WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP YOU, IT HELPS, BUT YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE A GOOD SHRINK.)) RUNS:15
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Doctors who see teenagers in their practices say all teens go through rebellious phases, but parents should watch for the signs that's it could be more.
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((RICHARD CLAYTOR/PSYCHIATRIST:MANY PEOPLE GO THROUGH PERIODS WHERE THEY MAY BE DEPRESSED, SAD, DOWN, BLUE FOR SEVERAL DAYS AT A TIME, BUT THAT'S VERY DIFFERENT FROM A CLINICAL DEPRESSION WHICH MAY NEED THERAPY OR MEDICATION OR BOTH.)) RUNS:11
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but not all teenagers are sold on psychiatry.
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((TIMOTHY BARBOUR/16-YEAR OLD:DOCTORS LIKE PSYCHIATRIST THEY PRESCRIBE PILLS BUT THERE'S NO MAGIC PILL, IT'S GOING TO CURE YOUR PROBLEM NOW, BUT IT NOT GOING TO END IT.)) RUNS:10
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Tomorrow we'll take a look at one possible solution to the problem with adolescent health care.
There are positive signs that are helping doctors and teenagers bridge the communication gap.

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It's time for our two minute ticker. The middle of the week always means high school basketball.
ANCHOR=Tonya


Steve Mason is here with a Hometown Hoops Weekly that takes a look into the present and the past.
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Evolution is on trial, and your invited into the courtroom to witness the drama.
Patrick Evans has more on the current production at Mill Mountain Theater, "Inherit the Wind". TOSS TO PATRICK AT ON RECORD
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The flood of money from the movie Titanic continues to flow, and not just to the box office.
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Three batches of Titanic radio messages were auctioned yesterday at Christie's in New York.
One lot that included the ominous April 14-th "We have hit an iceberg" message went for 110-thousand dollars.
Two other batches of Titanic-related messages brought 47-thousand dollars.
This is not the first time the messages have been sent to the highest bidder.
The three lots were sold in 1992 for 22-thousand dollars.
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