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Coming up on News 7, Firefighters battle a brush fire threatening homes in the Back Creek area.
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And we'll see the new look for driver's licenses for people under the age of 21.
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Big time winds today gusting to 40mph. Looks like the winds stay up for the next 24 hours.

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In medical news -- A Roanoke M-D is gaining national recognition as the leader of Eye doctors.
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And some Roanoke athletes are giving Jerry's kids the shirts right off their backs.
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((AMTRAK RECEIVED A CALL LAST NIGHT FROM A POTENTIAL WITNESS.))
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That witness may provide valuable information in Monday's deadly Amtrak Train Wreck.
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Crash investigators are spending more time in the small Chicago town- gathering more information.
They're trying to find out why a truck drove in front of Amtraks City of New Orleans train.
Andrew Colton has the latest.
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(( OFFICIALS FROM THE NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD ARE WRAPPING UP THEIR ONSITE INVESTIGATION. THEY WERE BACK AT THE SCENE TODAY CONDUCTING TESTS ..AND WERE ABLE TO ZIGZAG A SIMILIAR TRUCK THROUGH THE CROSSING WITHOUT HITTING THE DOWN GATE.
INVESTIGATORS ALSO REVEALED THAT AN EYEWITNESS HAS COME FORWARD. JOHN GOGLIA, NATL. TRANSP. SAFETY BOARD THE TEAM BELIEVES THAT THIS WITNESS HAS VALUABLE INFORMATION AND TODAY WILL CONDUCT A FORMAL INTERVIEW OF THIS PERSON.

INVESTIGATORS BELIEVE THAT ADDITIONAL WITNESSES MAY EXIST AND THEY URGING THEM TO CONTACT THE N-T-S-B. OFFICIALS HAVE ALSO POSTPONED ANY FURTHER INTERVIEWS WITH THE TRAIN'S ENGINEER WHO IS STILL RECUPERATING IN THE HOSPITAL GOGLIA, THE ENGINEER IN THE CONDITION AND THE MEDICATION THEY HAVE HIM ON.. WHAT HE'S TELLING US I WOULD SAY IF OF LIMITED USEFULLNESS, WE NEED THE ENGINEER TO RECOVER." :11 TESTS ON THE SIGNAL LIGHTS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. THE NTSB SAYS THEY FOUND NO INDICATION OF SIGNAL MALFUNCTION. STILL TO BE DETERMINED: IS WHETHER TIRE TRACKS FOUND AT THE CROSSING MATCH THE TRUCK INVOLVED IN THE ACCIDENT.))


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A couple of brush fires are keeping Roanoke County crews busy this afternoon.
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They started at about 2:30 in the Back Creek section of the county, off Martin's Creek Road.
One was just an acre, and firefighters soon had that under control.
The other one was about five acres and was coming close to a subdivision.
Several crews and a helicopter from the state forestry department are working on that one.
Officials don't know yet how the fires started.
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Another fire near Green Hill Park has also broken out, and was threatening a house off Harborwood Road and Terrace Drive. Crews are on the scene trying to control that blaze, too.
And state forestry officials say about three acres have burned off Route 622 in Botetourt County. That was also th

reatening a house at one point, but officials say that one's pretty much under control. [5-Sawmill-fire]


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Part of a Sawmill exploded in Bedford County around 2:30 today.
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It happened on the corner of Preston Mill Road and Wyatt's Way at the Otter River Lumber Company.
A witness said the motor on a chipper exploded and flames shot through the roof.
No one was injured in the explosion, but the damage is estimated at two hundred thousand dollars.
The Lumber Company's owner expects production to resume in a few days using back up machines.
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There's a new look to the old drivers license.
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Virginia D-M-V offices in the Richmond area are getting them first-- licences that the state hopes are tamper-proof.
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((RICK HOLCOMB/DMV COMMISSIONER: PROBABLY THE THING THAT YOU WILL NOTICE THE MOST IS THE NEW JUVENILE LICENSE HAS A VERY SUBSTANTIAL DIFFERENCE. PREVIOUSLY THE JUVENILE LICENSE WAS PRINTED THIS WAY, A PHOTOGRAPH THAT WAS PROFILE. NOW THE JUVENILE LICENSE WILL BE PORTRAIT, THAT WILL BE A FULL FACE VIEW. DEFINITELY FROM AN IDENTIFICATION STANDPOINT A SUPERIOR FORM.))
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The new licenses can also be scanned by computers for quicker reading by a clerk selling alcohol and cigarettes.
The time to produce the license has been cut in half.
The Roanoke, Lynchburg, Danville, and Blacksburg areas will get the new license machines May 18th.
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A peace deal's been signed- but NATO could still strike-
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That's because only one side signed the agreement.
Kosovo's Albanians inked an international peace plan- but The Serbs are still refusing to to sign the deal.
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((MADELEINE ALBRIGHT/SECRETARY OF STATE: THE SERBS ALONE WILL BE RESPONSBIEL FOR THE CONSEQUENCES, WHATEVER MEANS ARE NECESSARY.))
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The Serbs oppose the presence of 28-thousand NATO troops within their borders.
The troops would uphold peace.
The plan would not give Kosovo independence but it would allow the Albanians more autonomy.
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A Roanoke man is sent to jail for animal cruelty. We'll have that story next.
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And we'll tell you why people in the construction market are having a hard time finding help.
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On Health Check, we'll take an objective look at the pros and cons of coffee drinking.
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and Patrick Evans checks out a really big flea market. [sponsor]
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A 31-year old Roanoke woman is dead following an early morning argument.
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Police arrived at the 16-hundred block of Eastern Avenue at about 5-30, and found Destrian Turner dead in the living room of the apartment she shared with her boyfriend.
Police described her wound as serious and said it looked like there had been a struggle.
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Luther O'Neill Early told police that he'd been arguing with Turner.
At first he said he went for a walk... only to return and find her dead.
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Early eventually admitted he'd inflicted the fatal injuries.
He stands charged with murder.

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A Roanoke man charged with animal cruelty will serve time in jail.
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19- year- old James Anthony Via was accused of beating a rottweiler puppy and taping its mouth shut.
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Today he entered pleas of no contest, and a judge sentenced him to twelve months in jail.
Teresa Harmon says her dog Sheeba is recovering.
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((SHE'S GETTING BACK TO BEING HERSELF AGAIN, PLAY WITH THE KIDS, PLAYING OUT IN THE YARD, PLAYING WITH MAX. IT'S JUST GOING TO TAKE SOME TIME? YEAH, IT TAKES A LITTLE TIME TO GET USED TO BRING BACK HOME AND EVERYTHING AFTER ALL SHE WENT THROUGH.))
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Via was also sentenced to 90 days in jail for brandishing a gun. He faces additional charges, but attorneys say

negotiations may produce a plea agreement.[5-Construction-Shortage]


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A Japanese company has announced it would bring 200 jobs to Botetourt County.
But with a shortage of construction workers, who will build homes for any new employees?
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Builders say few young people become construction workers these days -- opting instead for high-tech jobs that pay more and have a better image.
Bob Flynn says he pays his entry level workers about 18-thousand-dollars, but now he says skilled young people can name their price.
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((YOU'RE GOING TO SEE MORE AND MORE EXPENSIVE HOUSING ... DEMAND HIGHER WAGES.))
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The Roanoke Regional Homebuilders Association has teamed up with Virginia Western Community College to provide a construction course.
But the teacher -- a retired carpenter -- hears similar reactions from would-be students.
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((YEAH I REALLY WANTED TO COME THERE BUT MY PARENTS WOULDN'T WANT ME TO GO THERE. THEY SAY NO YOU'RE NOT GOING THERE.))
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Builders and teachers say the shortage will continue until schools and society place more value on technical training.
They say it's also up to the older workers to recruit and mentor the next generation.
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Looking for a good bargain that will also serve a good cause. Patrick Evans joins us with news of a Flea Market Extravaganza. [Take Patrick Live]
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Looking for a good yard sale this weekend? G.E.'s Elfun Society has something for you, a giant Flea Market Extravaganza.
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Patrick Evans joins us from Salem, where preparations are currently underway for the big sale, which will benefit the March of Dimes
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Coming up in Sports, Hampton Sydney tries to keep the ODAC title in the Commonwealth.
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Today on health check -- The strengths and weaknesses of coffee are analyzed.
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And a national honor for a local doctor.
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If you're worried about what your daily coffee intake, your not alone. Recent studies have linked coffee to a variety of health problems, while others find no problems at all.
Dr. Dave Hnida tries to sort it all out.
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((ITS AMERICAS FAVORITE PICK ME UP- IN FACT FOR SOME- NO COFFEE IN THE MORNING MEANS NO GO IN THE MORNING. BUT HOW HEALTHY IS COFFEE? AFTER ALL- THE CAFFEINE IN COFFEE IS TECHNICALLY A DRUG.. AND IT DOES HAVE AN EFFECT ON A NUMBER OF ORGAN SYSTEMS IN THE BODY. ARE THERE EFFECTS YOU WORRY ABOUT- AND WHICH ARE NO GROUNDS FOR CONCERN? FOR STARTERS: COFFEE DOES NOT CAUSE CANCER. SOME STUDIES HAD SUGGESTED A LINK BETWEEN COFFEE AND BREAST CANCER AND CANCER OF THE PANCREAS BUT FURTHER STUDIES SAYNO. COFFEE DOES NOT CAUSE HEART DISEASE:A STUDY OF MORE THAN 121 THOUSAND PEOPLE FOUND NO INCREASED RISK OVER A LIFETIME OF COFFEE CONSUMPTION. THERE CAN HOWEVER BE PROBLEMS WITH HIGH DOSES OF CAFFEINE- MEANING 8-10 CUPS PER DAY .. SOME STUDIES HAVE FOUND HEAVY COFFEE DRINKERS RUN A HIGHER RISK OF OSTROPOROSIS- THE THINNING OF BONES.. AND MAY ALSO HAVE SOME PAINFUL CHANGES IN BREAST TISSUE ESPECIALLY AROUND MENSTRUAL PERIODS. SOME STUDIES ALSO SUGGEST HEAVY COFFEE DRINKING CAN INCREASE A WOMANS RISK OF INFERTILITY. BUT IF YOURE A PERSON WHO HAS JUST A CUP OR TWO OF JAVA EACH DAY- HEALTH PROBLEMS ARE FEW.. AND MINOR. IF YOURE NOT USED TO IT. COFFEE CAN MAKE YOU FEEL JITTERY. CAFFEINE ALSO RAISES BLOOD PRESSURE- BUT NOT MUCH- ABOUT 1 POINT PER CUP. CAFFEINE MAY INTERACT WITH CERTAIN MEDICINES SUCH AS ANTIOBIOTICS AND BIRTH CONTROL PILLS... SO BE SURE TO CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT MIXING CAFFEINE WITH ANY DRUG. AND CAFFEINE CAN BE ADDICTIVE- IF YOU NOTICE ABOUT 6-8 HOURS AFTER YOUR LAST CUP YOU GET EXTREME FATIGUE, HEADACHY, AND A LITTLE IRRITABLE- YOU MAY BE UNDERGOING CAFFEINE WITHDRAWAL. I'M DR. DAVE HNIDA FOR CBS NEWS TAG-
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GRADUALLY. A SUDDEN WITHDRAWAL CAN CAUSE SEVERE HEADACHES IN SOME PEOPLE.))

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A Roanoke physician is the new leader of the world's largest association of medical eye doctors.
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Dr. Kenneth Tuck has been elected President of the American Academy of Ophthalmologists. He's been practicing medicine in Roanoke since 1964, now he's representing the community of more than 25-thousand ophthalmologists who provide comprehensive eye care and the latest optical technology. Even though Doctor Tuck's new position will mean a lot of travel, his number one priority remain in Roanoke.
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((DR. KENNETH TUCK/OPTHALMOLOGIST: I WILL ACTUALLY BE OUT OF THE OFFICE MORE THAN I HAD BEEN, BUT PROBABLY NOT MORE THAN I WAS WHEN I WAS PRESIDENT OF THE STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION AND ONE THING FOR SURE, I WILL BE HERE WHEN MY PATIENTS NEED ME.))
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Tuck has also served as director of the Roanoke Academy of Medicine and president of the Medical Society of Virginia.
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The Muscular Dystrophy Association is hoping to find a pot of gold at the end of tomorrow's night's Express hockey game.
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The Roanoke Express Hockey team and the MDA are teaming up for the Shamrocks program.
20 special green jerseys with three leaf clover's are being auctioned in hopes of raising five thousand dollars. The auction will take place following tomorrow night game at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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Donations will be used to provide wheelchairs, leg braces, patient support groups, free clinic visits, and camps for children with M-D.

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Today in Sports, the N-C-Double A is not the only basketball to be found.
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With news from the ODAC, here's Mike Stevens[S5-ODAC]


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Good afternoon everybody March Madness is cranking up in more ways than one these days.
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A place in the history books is on the line when the Tigers of Hampden-Sydney began their run for a Division Three national championship at the Salem Civic Center tomorrow night.
Roy Stanley has more on Tony's Tigers.
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((The Tigers are the first team from the ODAC to make it to the division three final four since the tournament's been held in Salem.
And when the Tigers tip if off against Connecticuit College on Friday night they will be carrying the banners for their University and Conference.)) ((TONY SHAVER/TIGERS HEAD COACH:)) ((T.J. GRIMES/TIGERS GUARD:)) ((There's another interesting factor in the Tigers playing for the national chamionship.
They can become the first school from Virginia to win a title in its home state just two hours away from campus.))

((ALEX ROBBINS/TIGERS POINT GUARD:)) ((Hampden-Sydney and Connecticut College tip if off at 8 oclock Friday night. Roy Stanley news 7 sports.))
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The Road to the men's division one final four resumes in a coupleof hours here on Your Hometown Station.
The first game of the night at 7;30, just might be the best of the Sweet 16 round of play - as Maryland takes on St. John's.
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And right after the Terps and Red Storm settle their score in the South, the nest two teams in that region will take the floor in our second game as Auburn battles Ohio State.
It's a big night of hoops right here on WDBJ-7.
Have a great night folks.
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It's beginning to seem like Garth Brooks can't find a hit.
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Of course Garth is still selling records by the millions, he just can't get a hit with a baseball bat.
The country superstar is in spring training with the San Diego Padres.
So far he is 0-for-4.
The singer did catch a fly ball up against the fence in left field.
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Garth says he is not going to wait forever for his first hit. If he doesn't get one in his next nine hundred at bats, he says he's going to quit.
Brooks' appearances with the Padres are helping him raise money for charity.
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