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Next on news 7 at five, the trial of a man accused of dragging a black man to death begins in Jasper Texas.
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And health officials refuse to let a Roanoke restaurant open after more health problems are found.
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On health check -- The flu season is running behind schedule and it's effecting local day care centers.
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Plus doctors are finding some people may be prone to eating disorders.
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A Downtown Roanoke restaurant shut down for health violations will remain closed at least another day. Inspectors find more problems today.
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Roanoke's Star City Diner first gained notoriety for its controversial signage--
Now its reputation is taking another hit, after repeatedly failing health inspections.
Kimberly McBroom reports.
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((SPANKY MACHER/STAR CITY DINER: WE COULD HAVE DONE A BETTER JOB. IT WASN'T AS CLEAN AS IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN.))
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Apparently the health department agrees-- keeping the restaurant closed after RE- inspecting it this morning.
The Star City Diner's doors have been shut since Friday, when health officials cited it for roaches and rotten food.
Owner Spanky Macher concedes to SOME infestation in the building, but says he's working on the problem.
Macher says he also complied with the health department's request for a higher dishwasher temperatures and repaired floor tiles.
He's blaming his latest woes on a couple of disgruntled employees...
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((SPANKY MACHER/STAR CITY DINER: FRIDAY, TWO EX- EMPLOYEES, THEY WERE CAUGHT STEALING BY THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. THEY WERE INDICTED BY THE GRAND JURY. TWO MINUTES AFTER THEY GOT OUT OF THE GENERAL DISTRICT COURT, THEY CALLED THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT-- FOUR HOURS LATER, WE WERE CLOSED.))
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Macher will get another chance to make his case with the health department....
Inspectors will be back in the restaurant tomorrow afternoon.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7.
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Even if Star City passes the inspection tomorrow...there's still a hearing planned March 12th to determine whether the restaurant can keep its food permit.
Macher says he's not worried.

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It was a murder that shocked the nation- a man was tied to a pickup truck and dragged for three miles-
Today the first of three men charged in the killing went on trial-
Andrew Colton reports from Jasper, Texas.
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(( SHACKLED AND SURROUNDED BY SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES, JOHN WILLIAM KING WAS LED INTO THE JASPER COUNTY COURTHOUSE FOR THE FIRST DAY OF HIS MURDER TRIAL. POLICE SAY KING, AND TWO FRIENDS, TIED 49 YEAR OLD JAMES BYRD - SHOWN HERE IN NEWLY RELEASED HOME VIDEO -- TO THE BACK OF A PICKUP TRUCK LAST SUMMER, AND DRAGGED HIM OVER BACK COUNTRY ROADS TO HIS DEATH. DEPUTIES FOUND BYRD'S HEAD THREE MILES FROM HIS SHREDDED TORSO. WHILE KING'S FATHER AND GIRLFRIEND WATCHED IN THE COURTROOM, PROSECUTOR GUY JAMES GRAY TOLD THE JURY KING IS A RACIST, WHO KILLED BYRD TO GET ATTENTION. HE TOLD JURORS THAT KING IS PROUD OF HIS KU KLUX KLAN TATTOOS, AND ESPECIALLY ONE OF A BLACK MAN HANGING FROM A TREE. KING LEFT THESE PHOTOS IN HIS APARTMENT AFTER HE WAS EVICTED.
IN A STUNNING MOVE, KING'S ATTORNEY DECIDED NOT TO MAKE AN OPENING STATEMENT, SAYING ONLY - QUOTE - THE PROSECUTION HAS TO MAKE ITS CASE.
TO THAT END, JASPER COUNTY SHERIFF BILLY ROWLES. WAS CALLED TO THE STAND. HE TOLD JURORS HE THOUGHT HE WAS INVESTIGATING A HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT WHEN HE FOUND THE DECAPITATED BODY OF JAMES BYRD LAST SUMMER. BUT WHEN HE FOUND A LIGHTER WITH A KU KLUX SYMBOL, SHERIFF ROWLES SAID HE KNEW IT WAS MURDER.))

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If the costs of the Roanoke River Flood Reduction Project rise much higher -- the whole plan could die .
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The project would widen the river and replace trees with stone riprap along six miles of riverbank.
That would allow water to move faster.
The city lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the flood of 85.
But for every dollar taxpayers invest, they will get back only a dollar and a penny.
And the project will lose federal funding if the costs outweigh the benefits.
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((WE BELIEVE THE FLOOD REDUCTION PROJECT IS JUST NOT ECONOMICALLY SOUND AND IT'S CERTAINLY NOT ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND.))

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Opponents point out that uprooting trees will kill river wildlife and heat up the city.
But city officials say there will also be a 2-mile recreational trail for bikers and walkers.
In fact, they hope property-owners will support the project and DONATE part of their land along the river.
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((THEY WILL SEE BENEFITS FROM THE PROJECT AS FAR AS A REDUCTION IN FLOODING OF THEIR PROPERTY.))
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Tonight on News7 at Six -- we'll hear from an opposition group that is investigating the project -- to see if the costs already outweigh the benefits.
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Senator John Warner says the U-S needs to pay special attention to a couple of internationational hot spots. We'll have that story next.
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And figure skater Tonya Harding says she is close to returning to the ice.
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On Health Check, doctors may be close to finding the cause of at least one eating disorder. [TWO-SHOT]
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and Patrick Evans searches for fresh seafood in the Valley. [cc sponsor]
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Several diplomats and their families are still being held hostage at Greek missions around Europe.
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Kurdish protestors angry over the arrest of a fugitive Kurdish leader- raided the embassies.
Abdullah (ab-DOOLA Oh-zha-lon) Ocalan is the founder of the Separatist Kurdistan Workers Party- a group long considered a terrorist organization.
His capture in Africa sparked anti-Greek Kurdish demonstrations across Europe.
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((JAMES FOLEY/STATE DEPT. SPOKESMAN: THESE ACTS ARE CERTAINLY NOT HEPFUL TO ANY CAUSE THAT THE PERPETRATORS THINK THEY ARE SUPPORTING.))
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Ocalon (Oh-czha-lan) supporters took hostages at Greek embassies in Switzerland, and the Netherlands and threatened mass suicides at its embassies in Brussels and London.
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Police in Danville say they know who caused a hit-and-run accident last night, but they haven't been able to track him down.
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The three car accident happened shortly before 6 on Claiborne Street.
Police say Sylvester Waverly Hood ran the Lexus he was driving into a car driven by Arlene Chamber.
That crash caused Chamber to collide into another vehicle driven by Thomas Keen.
Chamber and her teenage passenger were treated and released from the hospital.
So were Keen and the four children who were riding in his car.
Police say Hood fled the accident scene on foot with a small child.
The investigation continues.
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Salem Police have captured the teenager who escaped from a mental health institute more than a week ago.
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Noah "Drake" Schaffer had been missing since last Monday.
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The 16-year old jumped out of a second story window at the Marion State Hospital and had not been seen until this morning.
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Family members say someone recognized Schaffer's picture and called the police. The boy was found at his girlfriend's home in Salem.
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His family was concerned after Schaffer attempted suicide numerous times while at The Coyner Springs Juvenile Detention Center last month. Authorities have returned Schaffer to the state hospital.
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Virginia Senator John Warner is warning of two grave threats to international security.
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As the recently-named Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Warner's words carry more weight.
The Senator says Iraq would be foolish to follow through on Saddam Hussein's threat to strike U-S targets in Turkey-- but the threat is real.
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What concerns Warner more is Russia's desire to sell arms to Iraq at a time when the U-S is aiding Russia.
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((SENATOR JOHN WARNER/R-VIRGINIA: I FIND IT JUST AN ASTONISHING STORY. AND TOMORROW I'M GOING TO PERSONALLY MEET WITH SECRETARY OF DEFENSE BILL COHEN ON THIS SUBJECT.))
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Senator Warner spoke to the media in Richmond on a broad range of issues now that the Senate impeachment trial is over.

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Coming up next on the newscast, Patrick Evans is checking out a new seafood store in the Valley. Patrick, can we say you're working for scale today?
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Fresh fish of all varieties is available at Tower's Shopper Center, now that a new seafood market has opened.
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Fishing for his next meal, we find Patrick Evans at "Captain Paul's Seafood Market" today.
Patrick, what's the catch of the day?
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Coming up today in Sports, Mike will have some big news for the Express.
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Next on health check -- The second-fastest-selling new drug in history is providing relief for arthritis sufferers.
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and local schools continue to have their problems with the children's health.
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Directors of some local area day care centers, schools and nursing homes say the worst is over where flu and other illnesses are concerned.
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Most say their facilities were hit hardest last week. Roanoke County school officials say more than 90-Cave Spring Junior High School students missed class last week due to illness. Those numbers are on the decline. The Children's Discovery Day Care Center, which has an enrollment of 90, also had its share of illness. 20-toddlers were out at the same time with the flu, while another group was out with chicken pox.
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Residents at South Roanoke Nursing Home were hit almost all at once, but that too has settled down.
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((PAM MOYSAKIS/DIRECTOR OF NURSING; THEY'VE GOTTEN SICK SUDDENLY, RUN FEVERS. WE'VE JUST CALLED THE DOCTORS. BUT THEY'RE GETTING BETTER, SO THAT'S THE GOOD THING.))
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Local Health departments say the elevated number of flu cases is not unusual.
The flu season is just about four weeks later than average.
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Researchers at the Centers for Disease Control have developed a possible vaccination against one of the world's leading killers.
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Malaria kills up to three million people each year and sickens as many as 300 million more.
The scientists at the C-D-C found a vaccine that stopped malaria parasites from invading liver cells in rabbits.
It's hoped the vaccine will work on humans as well.
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A new drug for arthritis is taking the market by storm.
Celebrex is the first new arthritis drug in almost a decade. And the experts who keep track of these things say it's the second-fastest-selling new drug, after Viagra.
In just three weeks on the market, some 142-thousand prescriptions have been written.
Celebrex is no better at relieving pain than aspirin. But it's far less likely to cause severe stomach problems like bleeding ulcers.

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The cause of bulimia may be less of a medical mystery tonight. Researchers have discovered the common eating disorder could be linked to the patient's body chemistry.
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A new study is supporting evidence that bulimia may be caused by a chemical imbalance. The study reports some women may not get enough of an amino acid called tryptophan in their daily diets.
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((DR. XAVIER PI-SUNYER/ST. LUKE'S-ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL: WHAT THESE AUTHORS HAVE SHOWN IS THAT IF YOU GIVE WOMEN WHO HAVE A DIAGNOSIS OF BULIMIA NERVOSA A MEAL THAT IS LOW IN TRYPTOPHAN THEY SEEM TO HAVE GREATER MOOD SWINGS THAN NORMAL WOMEN.))
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These findings could lead to the creation of a drug or dietary therapy for bulimia patients. But this is a preliminary study. Doctors warn people NOT to take large doses of Tryptophan because it does have other side effects.
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Today in Sports, the Express is getting ready to take the ice over at the Roundhouse.
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With that, here's Mike Stevens.[S5-Express]


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Welcome folks to the two minute sports ticker for this Tuesday.
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The Roanoke Express hosts Richmond tonight in a battle of the top two teams in the Northeast division over at the Roundhouse.
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Faceoff is set for 7. And News 7 sports has learned that Duane Harmer will be back on the ice for the Express tonight.
He has been with the Lowell Lochmonsters since January 26th, missing the past 9 Roanoke games.
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The Virginia Tech men's team is in action tonight at the Cassell looking for its first ever win over John Chaney's Temple Owls.
The Hokies have been playing much better since the debacle at UVa and tonight the team will try to move within a game of the 500 mark on the season.
Tipoff at the Cassell is at 7. We'll have highlights for you on News 7 at 11.

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The High school district basketball tournament action really starts to heat up tonight with games throughout the region.
Last night the week got off to a rousing start in the Piedmont as Patrick County beat Laurel Park
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49-to-46 in a special playoff game to determine the regular season champ. The Cougars not only get the top seed but they also earn a spot in the regionals.
The Lancers had beaten Patrick County twice before last night's loss.
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Both the Cougars and Lancers are ranked in this week's associated press top 10 Group Two-A poll. Patrick County is seventh while Laurel Park is 9th.
Liberty is fourth this week, Altavista 8th and Salem 10th.
In the Group-A poll, 20-and-1 George Wythe is second with Bland 9th.
GW Danville which opens tournament play tomorrow night is 8th in the Triple-A boy's poll. And in the girl's top 10 - GW and Fleming are 6th and 9th respectively.
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Mark Martin's 31st place finish in Sunday's Daytona 500 wasn't exactlyy what he was hoping for to start out the season.
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But Martin did make a positive impact off the track last week, as he joined forces with former Pittsburgh Steeler great Lynn Swann to announce a brand new one million dollar campaign on behalf of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America.
We'll hear from both men tonight at six.
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Jean will have the rest of today's news including a hard to figure - figure skating story right after this break. Take care. [go to break]

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The U-S Figure Skating Association says there's no change of status for former Olympic ice skater Tonya Harding. She's still banned for life.
But that isn't what Tonya is saying.
Harding is telling reporters the Association's letting her back into the sport.
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Harding says the Association has lifted its ban on her.
She was barred after pleading guilty to conspiracy to cover up the 1994 attack on Nancy Kerrigan.
Harding says she has now turned her life around and is ready to skate professionally.
She says fans have wanted to see her skate for years.
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((EVERY E-MAIL I RECEIVE , 99 PERCENT WANT ME TO SKATE AGAIN. I'M VERY EXCITED. ))
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Harding says she's had many skating offers, but doesn't have anything on paper yet.
Her adviser says while Harding is still prohibited from competition and skating in Association events, there's nothing to stop her from skating in professional shows.

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