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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Andrew Freiden
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It Sunday February 22-nd. Welcome to New-7 Sunday Morning. There's lots of news and sports ahead, but first let's get a peek at the weather.
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U-N Secretary General Kofi Annan and Saddam Hussein are meeting this morning.
THe United Nations confirmed the meeting is taking place in Baghdad.
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Officials say Annan and three advisors have entered into talks with President Hussein.
Annan made the emergency trip to Baghdad in hopes of finding a diplomatic solution to the Iraq weapons inspection crisis.
President Clinton has promised military action if Hussein does not open up presidential sites to U-N inspection teams.
But that action does have some opposition in this country and abroad.
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Former President George Bush, who initiated desert storm against Iraq, says Clinton needs to make this country's mission crystal clear.
He says that will result in more support.
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F-B-I tests have determined the Anthrax found in parked car Wednesday, in Los Vegas, is harmless.
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And one of the men accused of possessing the anthrax has been released from jail.
William Leavitt was released on his own recognizance.
He says the past few days have been the most difficult of his life.
Leavitt and Wayne Harris were being held on suspicion of carrying a biological weapon.
But test confirm the material was a harmless version of anthrax used in vaccines.
Harris is still in jail.
He faces a court hearing Monday.
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A Bedford man who struck and killed a biker in July has struck a plea bargain with prosecutors.
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Johnny Calvin Scott plead guilty to a hit and run charge.
He was driving home one July evening when he ran into Howard Lee Johnson of Thaxton along U-S 460.
Scott didn't stop and later told police he didn't know what he hit.
Scott and the Bedford County Commonwealth's Attorney made the agreement Friday.
With that agreement, prosecutors dropped charges of manslaughter and driving violations.

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A Halifax County man died yesterday afternoon when his pick-up truck flipped over in a roadside field.
The accident happened around 4:30 yesterday on Route 610 in Halifax County.
Police say 34-year-old Tom Ivory Chandler Junior of Crystal Hill lost control of his pick-up as he rounded a turn. The truck ran into a field and flipped over.
Chandler was taken to Halifax Regional Hospital, where he later died.

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Quakes, bugs and animals-- those were just a few of the things you could learn about yesterday at Center in the Square.
It was the ninth annual Science Spectacular.
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The displays covered various sciences including seismology, the study of earthquakes, and entomology, the study of insects-- to veterinary medicine and computer science.
Organizers say the ever-changing world of science, from the technical end to biology and issues such as cloning, can be intimidating to the average citizen.
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((JENNIFER HOLLINGSWORTH-AUSTIN/CENTER IN THE SQUARE; A LOT OF PEOPLE FEEL LIKE THAT SCIENCE HAS REALLY GOTTEN BEYOND THEIR ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND IT. SO BY DOING EVENTS LIKE THIS WHERE WE HAVE LOCAL RESEARCHERS AND SCIENTISTS COME IN AND SHOW WHAT THEY'RE WORKING ON AND WHAT THEY DO, IT MAKES SCIENCE MUCH MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR EVERYBODY, FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES.))
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Among some of the more interesting items at the Spectacular were whale fossils, which were discovered in Richmond and demonstrations of tools-- what they were made of and how they worked.
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In sports, the basketball competition is heating up in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.
Roy Stanley has highlights of the tournament in this morning's sports report.
Good Morning Roy.
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Little girls love to play dress-up, but many parents draw the line at make-up.
So how young is too young?
A new report suggests that girls under the age of 12 spent 109-million dollars on make-up last year.
As Tonya Flory explains, some say its a harmless fad while others fear its a disturbing trend.
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Why do these little girls want to wear make-up?
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Meredith McAdams is just 11 years old and already she's a cosmetic consumer. She spends about two to three hundred dollars a year on makeup and she's not even a teenager yet.
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((JO MCADAMS/MOTHER:OBVIOUSLY YOU CAN SEE I DON'T WEAR A LOT OF MAKEUP SO THE MAKEUP IS NOT A BIG DEAL AT OUR HOUSE. IT'S A KID THING, IT'S A FAD, IT'S A GIRL THING.))
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In some stores makeup is sold as a toy with an entire section dedicated to primping tools.
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((DEFINITELY BIG BUSINESS, WE SELL TONS OF IT.))
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Parents may not find their child interested in make-up so surprising when you consider the unnatural look of many of their dolls. Barbie, Disney figures and even many baby dolls are heavily made-up. Some people think the fascination is more than a harmless phase.
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((KIM UILENBERG/NANNY:I THINK THEIR SELF ESTEEM SHOULD BE WITHIN AND NOT THE OUTSIDE COSMETIC DEAL. SO WHY DO THEY DO IT, BECAUSE OF OUR SOCIETY, AND THE PEER PRESSURE AND THE MODELS AND THE MAGAZINES.))
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A costly phase that may have the cosmetic industry gearing towards a younger segment of society. Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check. ))









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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Bedford County prosecutors have dropped manslaughter charges against Johnny Calvin Scott.
Scott plead guilty to a hit and run charge in connection with a July accident that killed Howard Lee Johnson of Thaxton.
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The U-N has confirmed that Secretary General Kofi Annan is meeting with Saddam Hussein today in Baghdad.
Annan continues to search for a diplomatic solution to the Iraqi crisis.
Meanwhile, President Clinton is maintaining his threats of military attack.
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The Olympic flame was extinguished and the flag passed onto Salt Lake City as the winter games came to a close in Nagano.
But you won't have to wait until the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City to see the Women's Ice Hockey team again.
The gold medal winners will be featured on the next Wheaties box.
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And that's what's making news on this Sunday .
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We're going back more than 30-years today.
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When a Roanoke night spot called Papa Joe's brought in topless dancers, Roanoke residents got an eye-full and Papa Joe's got a lot of angry neighbors.
Here's David Seidel with this week's edition of Virginia Newsreel.
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This is what started it all.
In 1965, a Roanoke night spot brought in topless go-go dancers.
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((STRIPPERS WAS GETTIN OLD AND WE SAW SOMEWHERE PUBLICIZED TOPLESS GO-GOS AND WE DECIDED TO BRING THEM IN. Anybody else in Virginia done this yet? NOT YET. Suzy, what do you think of this new kind of act? Do you like it? YEAH. What was the reaction when you started it last night? IT WAS OK EVERYBODY LIKED IT. How about you? Do you prefer this to stripping? YES I DO. Why is that? I'VE ALWAYS BEEN A GO-GO FAN)) [RUNS:33]
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Some Roanokers were outraged by the act and at a city-council meeting the gloves came off.
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((DECENT PEOPLE DON'T GO TO THAT PLACE, RESPECTABLE PEOPLE DON'T GO TO THAT PLACE AND THESE MEN TOLD SUCH HORRIBLE TALES ABOUT THESE LOW-DOWN, SORRY JEZEBELS. I DON'T BELIEVE A NICE CHRISTIAN LADY WILL HANG AROUND CHRISTIAN LADY WILL HANG AROUND A PLACE LIKE THAT. I DON'T BELIEVE A GENTLEMAN WILL HANG AROUND A PLACE LIKE THAT. MAYOR, I'D LIKE TO SAY THAT TODAY, THAT WHEN MEN GO OUT AND COMMIT CRIME, WELL, THEY'RE READY TO JAIL THEM. AND COULD YOU TELL MEN THAT MEN COULD GO AND GET INTOXICATED WITH ALCOHOL AND THEN SEE NAKED WOMEN, TOPLESS WOMEN. AND THEN THEY GET THAT LUST IN THEM AND THEY GO OUT AND COMMIT CRIMES SUCH AS ADULTRY.)) [RUNS:43]
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((I WOULD LIKE TO SUGGEST THAT ROANOKE FORM A SCHOOL FOR MAYOR DILLIARD, A SUNDAY SCHOOL. AMEN. WE'LL HAVE TO CLEAR THE ROOM IF YOU CAN'T ACT AS LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. YOU'RE NOT A GENTLEMAN IN THE FIRSTPLACE. WILL YOU HAVE THIS MAN THROWN OUT?)) [RUNS:19]
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Then it was the dancer's turn to take center stage.
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((THE MAIN POINT HERE IS WHETHER OR NOT THE PEOPLE HAVE ENOUGH FAITH IN OURSELVES OR THE OTHER PEOPLE OF ROANOKE TO JUDGE FOR OURSELVES WHAT IS SINFUL OR BAD OR GOING TO BE A BAD INFLUENCE ON THE PEOPLE OF ROANOKE. I CAN'T SEE THAT JUST THIS LITTLE THING IS GOING TO BRING ABOUT A COMPLETE DEBACLE IN THE CITY.)) [RUNS:20]
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Papa Joe's go-go act later ran into a conflict with the state's liquor laws and in 1969,[16:58] the place became a country and western bar. [19:33]
The building still stands, though, at the corner of 14-th and Wise. [45:23 NEWSREEL SPECIAL]
That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm David Seidel News-7.))






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In college basketball, 10th ranked Stanford trounces Washington State 72-to-56.
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Washington State takes the early lead, Chris Crosby moving to the top of the circle, makes sinking the three look easy.
But Stanford with good ball movement and the bloop pass to Mark Madsen for the dunk and the 16 point win.
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In L-A, Isaac Austin gets ready to play for the Clippers after the trade involving Brent Barry.
In uniform this time Austin uses the double team to his advantage finding Lamond Murray in the paint for the dunk.
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But the Clippers lose the ball, Hornets on the fast break, Vernon Maxwell with the points and Charlotte gets the victory 111-to-98.
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The Hornets rallied from 19 points down to give the Los Angeles Clippers its sixth straight loss.

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Virginia wins a conference game in overtime and Roanoke College forges ahead in the O-DAC Tournament.
For those scores and many, many more, take a look at the scoreboard.
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If you need to buy car insurance it may soon be only a few clicks away on the Internet.
And, bird-watchers can help a college track the bird population in North America by surfing the web.
Here's Eric Earnhardt with this week's Webwatch.
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In an on-line first, Travelers insurance will sell auto policies directly to comsumers on line. Available at Intuits Insuremarket site, users can get quotes and actually buy a policy that takes effect at midnight the following buisiness day.
The down-side, it's only available to users in Alabama right now, but Travelers says it will offer the option in all 50 states by the end of the year.

Bird watchers will want to get in on this...Cornell University is holding a weekend backyard bird-count. People across the country are watching their feeders, and sending in the results with an on-line survey form.
Here are the results of the Red Bellied Woodpecker count so far. Cornell is trying to learn how the bird population is changing in North America.

The University of North Carolina is documenting the American South through it's literature.
This site includes Narratives on Slavery, and Diaries and Memoirs of 19th century Southerners.
New features include a digitized library of Southern literature, and a collection of first person narratives is on the way.

This last site might be dedicated to Oprah Winfrey... The author says she's discovered subtle audio clues that diferentiate between healthy cows...
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And those with Mad Cow Disease.
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For links to all these sites, visit the WebWatch page on the WDBJ website, at WDBJ7-dot-com. ))
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And I'm Andrew Freiden
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It's (time) on Sunday Welcome back to News-7 Sunday morning.
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One man is dead following an accident in Halifax County.
The accident happened around 4:30 yesterday on Route 610.
Police say 34-year-old Tom Ivory Chandler Junior of Crystal Hill lost control of his pick-up as he rounded a turn. The truck ran into a field and flipped over.
Chandler was taken to Halifax Regional Hospital, where he later died.

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A Bedford man originally charged with manslaughter and prosecutors have reached a plea agreement.
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Johnny Calvin Scott plead guilty Friday to a hit and run charge.
He was driving home one July evening when he ran into Howard Lee Johnson of Thaxton along U-S 460.
Scott didn't stop and later told police he didn't know what he hit.
Scott and the Bedford County Commonwealth's Attorney made the agreement Friday.
With that agreement, prosecutors dropped charges of manslaughter and driving violations.

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Would you take the plunge into chilly water for a good cause?
That's what some folks did yesterday.
David Johnson has more.
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((There were polar bears at Bernard's Landing at Smith Mountain Lake.
Well, not literally, but there were plenty of people on hand ready to take the Polar Plunge.
Divers took their mark then braved the chill as part of a new fundraiser for the Special Olympics.
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((LAURA ERERA/VA. SPECIAL OLYMPICS; WE HAVE A BUNCH OF CRAZY PEOPLE OUT HERE AND THEY'RE RAISING MONEY FOR VIRGINIA'S SPECIAL OLYMPICS. THIS IS THE FIRST YEAR WE'RE DOING IT IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY AND SO FAR, IT LOOKS LIKE IT WILL BE PRETTY SUCCESSFUL.)) [RUNS:08]
Several family members and friends were on hand to cheer their polar bears.
Rescue crews and scuba teams were on hand to ensure the safety of everyone.
Participants came from as far away as Gate City and Grundy and ranged from college students to police officers.
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((MYLES JACKSON/ROANOKE CO. POLICE; I FEEL IT'S A WORTHWHILE CAUSE. THE LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY, WE'VE BEEN SUPPORTING IT FOR A VERY LONG TIME AND THIS IS JUST ANOTHER WAY THAT WE CAN GO AHEAD AND SHOW OUR SUPPORT TO SPECIAL OLYMPICS.))
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Myles was among the many who did whatever they could to prepare themselves before hitting the cold water.
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[STAND-UP/13:08:05] ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; THE THINKING BEFORE TAKING THE PLUNGE WAS THAT THIS WAS FOR A GOOD CAUSE. DESPITE THE 38- DEGREE TEMPERATURE WATER, FEW PEOPLE CHANGED THEIR MINDS AFTERWARDS.)) [RUNS:09]
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((IT'S WORTH IT, IT WAS WORTH IT, YES. WAIT TIL NEXT YEAR. TWENTY DEGREES, THAT'S WHAT WE NEED, TWENTY DEGREES. Laughter.)) [RUNS:10]
After plunging into the icy waters, swimmers found shelter and warmth in heated tents.
45- participants raised ninety-nine hundred dollars, which will go towards the state's Special Olympics fund.

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Three Roanoke families moved into their new homes today, courtesy of Habitat for Humanity.
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Several of the new tenants' neighbors were on hand to welcome the newcomers.
Rose Mary Kamara (kuh-MAH-ra) was one of the three recipients who helped build her own home.
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((ROSE MARY KAMARA/NEW HOMEOWNER; FROM THE FOUNDATION UP. AFTER THE FOUNDATION, THE FLOORS THE WALLS, EVERYTHING. IT WAS WONDERFUL BEING ABLE TO JUST PUT YOUR HANDS ON SOMETHING YOU ARE BUILDING FOR YOURSELF. IT FEELS REALLY GOOD.))
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Today's dedication makes a total of 74 homes Habitat has dedicated in the Valley since it began the program.
And, officials say there's more on the way.
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((AMY MOORE/HABITAT FOR HUMANITY; AS PART OF THIS DEVELOPMENT, WE'RE GOING TO BUILD 30- HOUSES. WE'VE ALREADY COMPLETED NINE. IN THE SPRING WE'RE GOING TO START THE FIRST SEVEN OF A TOTAL OF TWELVE THIS YEAR. SO PROBABLY AROUND APRIL 15TH, WE'LL PROBABLY START CONSTRUCTION ON THE FIRST SEVEN.))
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It will take about three years to complete that project.
Habitat for Humanity is also looking at another tract of land to build an additional 24- homes in the near future.
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The olympic ideal is supposed to be about pure sport, devoid of the influence of money and power.
But on 60- Minutes tonight finds out that the International Olympic Committee's choice of Nagano may have been influenced by relationships built on money.
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That's one of the stories you can see tonight on your Hometown Station.

60-Minutes, tonight at Seven.[2-Sports]


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U-V-A wins a battle in overtime.
Then from the hardwood, Roy takes us to the links and the track.
Here he is again, our own Roy Stanley.
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Blacksburg is in the midst of a year long celebration.
Virginia's oldest town is marking its 200th anniversary with a variety of events designed to highlight the area's history.
Teresa Hamilton takes a closer look in the latest installment of our special segment "Virginia Profiles".

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