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Roanoke firefighters battle a downtown apartment blaze.
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And a call today in Parliament for the resignation of Indonesia's president.
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All clear as you wake up on this Monday morning.
But the heat is STILL on.
Daytime highs again soaring into the mid and even, upper 80s.
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Firefighters this morning are battling a blaze in downtown Roanoke.
At least two buildings are involved, both are apartment buildings.
At this time the cause of the fire appears suspicious.
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Scott Goldberg is on the scene with more.
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An early evening hike ended tragically for a Roanoke County woman yesterday.
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The accident happened at Twin Falls in Floyd County.
According to police Lindsey Bayne of Buckingham Circle was hiking with friends.
They said Bayne bent down to pick up a flower, slipped on some rocks and fell 250 to 300 feet to her death down a waterfall.
Bayne landed in Bottom Creek.
It took five rescuers about four hours to retrieve the body.
None of her friends were hurt.
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This is the first death at Twin Falls in more than 10 years.[Alley-Hearing]


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The Henry County woman accused in the stabbing death of her infant daughter is scheduled for a court hearing today.

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[Super=03-Martinsville/May 11]


The proceedings will ensure that Sharon Alley has an attorney.
Alley was already facing charges of abusing 8-month-old Brooke Alley when the child was killed on Mother's Day.
Last fall, Alley lost custody of her daughter after the baby's skull was cracked when she allegedly was thrown across a room.
In March, a judge allowed Alley to get the child back after Alley's husband said the couple planned to reconcile.
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[MICROSOFT]


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The Justice Department today is expected to file a federal anti-trust lawsuit against microsoft.
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At least 20 states are expected to follow suit.
The dispute revolves around Microsoft's Internet browser which is included with Windows '98.
The government wants the company to either remove its browser or include those of its competitors.
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Also today, the computer giant is planning on shipping its new windows 98 software, a move C-B-Ss news has learned will not be blocked by federal and state anti-trust regulators.
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A possible shakeup in the Indonesian government.
Parliament will meet tomorrow to ask for President Suharto's resignation.
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The news comes on the heels of more anti-government demonstrations.
More than three thousand student protesters converged on the Indonesian Parliament building today, demanding the ouster of President Suharto.
They were joined by dozens of retired army generals.
At least 500 were killed last week when the demonstrating turned violent.
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In sports, Chapman and Wisconsin-Stevens face off in NCAA softball championships.
Roy Stanley has details.
Good Morning Roy.
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Homeowners at Smith Mountain Lake are urging people to think twice before renting a home there.
Tina Tenret has details.
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(( A week at the lake offers all kinds of fun -- but if you're planning on staying at a home, you'd better be staying for a while. That's because Franklin County may make it illegal to rent a house for less than a month.
Year-round lake residents are pressuring the county -- they do NOT want short-term renters in their neighborhood.


Residents say they spend thousands of dollars improving their homes, but short term renters do not have the same stake in the community.
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Visitors would be allowed to rent CONDOS for less than a month, as long as they're in a development.
But realtors say houses should be available too.
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Realtors say many potential homeowners want to RENT houses before making a purchase.
In the meantime, renters spend lots of money at lake stores -- realtors say the county is throwing that revenue away.
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((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: COUNTY LEADERS WILL TELL YOU IT'S ALREADY AGAINST THE LAW TO RENT A HOUSE AT THE LAKE FOR FEWER THAN 30 DAYS. BUT THE STATE SUPREME COURT DISAGREES, SAYING THE COUNTY MUST SPECIFICALLY BAN SHORT-TERM RENTALS IN WRITING BEFORE THE LAW CAN BE ENFORCED.)) [RUNS :12]
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There are NO restrictions on renting houses on either the Bedford or Pittsylvania sides of the Lake.
County planners there say they have heard few complaints.
The Franklin County supervisors will decide whether to tighten their laws after a public hearing next Tuesday night.
Tina Tenret News7))


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In medical news, yet another new drug is providing hope for breast cancer patients.
Rick Jackson has the story in this morning's Health check.
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AN EXPERIMENTAL DRUG SHOWS AMAZING PROMISE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER.

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RESEARCHERS SAY HERCEPTIN STOPPED THE SPREAD OF CANCER AND SLOWED DOWN TUMOR GROWTH.. WHEN USED IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER THERAPIES TO TREAT ADVANCED STAGES OF BREAST CANCER.
WHAT'S SO UNIQUE ABOUT HERCEPTIN... IS THAT IT USES NATURALLY OCCURING INFECTION FIGHTERS TO WARD OFF CANCER-CAUSING PROTEINS.
THE DRUG IS EXPECTED TO BE APPROVED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION LATER THIS YEAR.

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AS ANTIBIOTICS BECOME LESS EFFECTIVE AT TREATING A NUMBER OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES, DOCTORS ARE FACING THE CHALLENGE HEAD-ON.
THEY HAVE BEGUN TESTING A NEW DRUG CALLED Lye-Ni-ZOLL-ID ON HUMANS.
IT'S THE FIRST IN A LONG LINE OF NEW ANTIBIOTICS BEING DEVELOPED TO COMBAT TOUGHER STRAINS OF DANGEROUS BACTERIA.
SCIENTISTS SAY OVERUSE OF CURRENT ANTIBIOTICS HAVE MADE THE BACTERIA HIGHLY-RESISTANT.

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AND AS YOUR CHILD HEADS FOR THE GREAT OUTDOORS THIS SUMMER, DON'T FORGET THE SUNSCREEN.
ACCORDING TO THE SKIN CANCER FOUNDATION, 80-PERCENT OF SKIN DAMAGE CAUSED BY EXPOSURE TO THE SUN HAPPENS DURING CHILDHOOD... AND THAT DAMAGE CAN EVENTUALLY LEAD TO SKIN CANCER.
SO BEFORE THE KIDS BASK IN THE SUN... EXPERTS RECOMMEND THEY GET IN THE HABIT OF WEARING SUNBLOCK WITH A PROTECTION FACTOR OF 15 OR MORE.

AND THAT'S A LOOK AT TODAY'S MEDICAL NEWS. I'M RICK JACKSON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Roanoke firefighters have spent the morning battling a suspicious blaze in a downtown apartment building.
Roanoke police say some residents escaped the fire by jumping out windows.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


A top Indonesian lawmaker says the leaders of the country's Parliament are planning to ask President Suharto to resign.
Violence triggered by an economic crisis has left at least 500 people dead in the past week.
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[ANCHOR=Melanie]


And A legal showdown between Microsoft and the government could happen today.
The Justice Department has tentatively scheduled a news conference to outline anti-trust suits against the software giant.
The government wants changes in Microsoft's Windows '98 operating system.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And that's what's making news on this Monday May 18th.
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News 7 Mornin' will be right back. [2WX-Hello]


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Firefighters are on the scene of an apartment fire in downton Roanoke this morning.
At least two buildings are involved.
Several residents were able to flee the blaze but there are some injuries.
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Scott Goldberg is on the scene with more.
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An outing in Floyd County yesterday ended in the death of a young Roanoke County woman.
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The accident happened at Twin Falls around five-thirty yesterday evening.
According to police, 19-year-old Lindsey Bayne of Buckingham Circle was hiking with friends.
They said Bayne bent down to pick up a flower, slipped on some rocks and fell 250 to 300 feet to her death down a waterfall.
Bayne landed in Bottom Creek.
It took five rescuers about four hours to retrieve the body.
None of her friends were hurt.
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This is the first death at Twin Falls in more than 10 years.[2-Alley-Hearing]


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A hearing is scheduled today for a Henry County mother charged with the murder of her 8-month-old baby.
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[Super=03-Martinsville/May 11]


Today's proceedings will ensure that Sharon Alley has legal counsel.
At the time of her baby's death, Alley already was facing a child abuse charge.
Last fall, she lost custody of Brooke Alley after the baby's skull was cracked when she allegedly was thrown across a room.
In March, a judge allowed Alley to get the child back after Alley's husband said the couple planned to reconcile.
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[Drug-Bust]


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Investigators have started a drug crackdown in Halifax COunty.
Officers from the Halifax County Sheriff's Department and South Boston police made 3 arrests in Clover in what they say is a known drug dealing area.
19-year-old Corey Crawley was charged with distribution of imitation crack cocaine and possession of marijuana.
20-year-old Anthony Brooks and Kirkland Simon Junior were also arrested with possession of Marijuana.

Authorities say more arrests will be made.[2-indonesia]


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Student protesters are apparently being heard in Indonesia.
Parliament plans to meet tomorrow to ask for President Suharto's resignation.
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More than three thousand students converged on the Indonesian Parliament building today, demanding the ouster of Suharto.
Rioting over the country's failing economy claimed 500 lives last week and loosened Suharto's hold on the Southeast Asian nation.
Suharto has been in power for 32 years.
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The stage is now set for the federal government and 20 states to file anti-trust lawsuits against microsoft today.
Russ Mitchell reports, after ten days, talks between Microsoft and the Justice Department have stalled and are not expected to resume.
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(( WITH THE COLLAPSE OF ELEVENTH-HOUR NEGOTIATIONS OVER THE WEEKEND, THE WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL COMPUTER SOFTWARE COMPANY WILL BE LOOKING TO THE COURTS TO SETTLE ITS DISPUTE OVER WHETHER ITS INTERNET BROWSER CAN BE INCLUDED IN THE WINDOWS 98 OPERATING SYSTEM.
Bill Gates/Chairman, Microsoft "I'm very disappointed that Microsoft wasn't able to resolve this matter by talking to the government. We worked hard for ten days to do that, but they had some non-negotiable demands that were very surprising to us."
THE GOVERNMENT WANTED MICROSOFT'S ICON FOR ITS INTERNET EXPLORER TO BE LESS PROMINENT, AND FOR MICROSOFT TO INCLUDE SOFTWARE FROM NETSCAPE, ITS CHIEF INTERNET BROWSER RIVAL, ON ALL COPIES OF THE 98 SYSTEM.
PROPONENTS OF THE GOVERNMENT'S POSITION SAY MANY OF MICROSOFT'S CONCESSIONS WERE COSMETIC AND DIDN'T REALLY ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF THE SOFTWARE GIANT'S NEAR MONOPOLY IN OPERATING SYSTEMS.
Ed Black/President, Computer & Communication Industry Assn. "What were witnessing now is the danger of that very fertile environment for innovation being changed in a fundemental way by Microsoft's very overshadowing presence."
WHAT ALL OF THIS LEGAL WRANGLING MEANS FOR CONSUMERS IS NOT CLEAR. DESPITE THE THREAT OF LEGAL ACTION, MICROSOFT SAYS IT WILL GO AHEAD WITH PLANS TO SHIP ITS WINDOWS 98 SOFTWARE TO COMPUTER MAKERS ON MONDAY. IT ALSO PLANS TO BEGIN SELLING WINDOWS 98 TO CONSUMERS ON JUNE 25TH.
RUSS MITCHELL, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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To sports now, the Chicago Bulls establish control early and defeat the Indiana Pacers 85-to-79.
For the rest of yesterday's scores, let's check the scoreboards.
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[New-University]


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Graduating students of the first chartered women's college in the history of Virginia shared something more than a sense of accomplishment at yesterday's commencement ceremonies.
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The class of 1998 at Hollins College holds the distinction of being the 156th and final graduating class from the liberal arts college. Hollins will change its status in July to a university. Officials say the only changes will be a larger student population.
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((JANET RASMUSSEN/HOLLINS COLLEGE PRESIDENT; THIS IS A PROCESS THAT WILL TAKE SOME TIME. WE WANT TO DO IT VERY INTENTIONALLY AND DELIBERATELY AND BE SURE THAT WE ARE MEETING STUDENT'S NEEDS WELL. WHICH IS OUR HALLMARK OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE. SO YOU WILL SEE SOME GROWTH OVER THE NEXT FIVE OR SIX YEARS THAT WE THINK WILL BRING US TO A TOTAL STUDENT POPULATION OF SOMEWHERE AROUND 15-HUNDRED.))
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The school usually has an enrollment of about 11-hundred. About 270-students received degrees yesterday. Rasmussen says the school will continue it tradition of commitment to academic excellence.
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And this year's graduation ran smoothly at the University of Virginia.
One person died last year after a balcony collapsed during UVA's commencement ceremonies.
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25 thousand people were expected to attend yesterday's graduation.
More than 4,400 degrees were given out.
And keynote speaker Governor Jim Gilmore urged graduates to promote liberty and democracy through service.
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((GOVERNOR JIM GILMORE; AND I BESEECH YOU TO ENGAGE IN THE POLITICAL SYSTEM. AND TO BECOME INVOLVED IN GOVERNMENT YOURSELF. YOUR EDUCATION REQUIRES IT, YOU FREEDOM DEMANDS IT.))
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Last year's balcony collapse killed one person and injured 18 others during graduation ceremonies.
Since then the school has spent a half million dollars to repair THAT balcony, and renovate several others.
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Firefighters are on the scene of an apartment fire in downton Roanoke this morning.
At least two buildings are involved.
Several residents were able to flee the blaze but there are some injuries.
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Scott Goldberg is on the scene with more.
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In sports, David Wells pitches the Yankees to victory, and makes himself only the 13th Major Leaguer in history to pitch a perfect game.
Roy Stanley has details.
Good Morning Roy.
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Now here's another look at today's top local stories:
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A Roanoke County woman died yesterday after plunging down a waterfall in Floyd County.
Witnesses say Linsey Bayne of Buckingham Circle was hiking at Twin Falls around 5:30 when she slipped and fell about three hundred feet.
No one else was injured.
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The Henry County woman accused of fatally stabbing her baby will make a court appearance today.
Sharon Alley was already facing trial for child abuse, before the murder on Mother's Day.
Today's hearing will ensure that Alley has an attorney.
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The last students to ever graduate from Hollins College received their diploma's yesterday.
About 270 members of the class of 1998 are part of the final class to graduate from the college before it becomes Hollins University in July.
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