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Next on News 7 at Six... A small brush fire blows into a big problem for an upscale Roanoke neighborhood.
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And there's another speeding crackdown underway... we'll tell you where.

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In sports, The Celtics beat the Pacers the Express is back in first place in the Northeast Division The Express is back on top.
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And the Williams sister put on the show in the Lipton Championships.
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A Warmup is on the way-- as March gets ready to go out like a lamb. Details on a springlike forecast coming up. [open]
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((THEY CAME IN HERE IN FULL FORCE AND GOT IT PUT OUT QUICKLY.))
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But not before some highly anxious moments... as a brush fire threatens homes in Roanoke County.
Seven volunteer fire companies are called out, including city and state paid professionals.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]

Good evening, I'm Eric Earnhart.

[Roanoke-fire]


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A close call today for residents and real estate in the Roanoke Valley's most expensive subdivision.
Dry conditions and high wind teamed up to put the fear of an inferno into homeowners at Hunting Hills.
Keith Humphry was right in the middle of it just a few minutes after noon today.
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It started out as a brush fire- -cause for concern but not panic.
Then the wind picked up and several homes were in jeopardy.
The Gross family was just getting home from church- -when they saw the smoke and remembered they'd left a turkey in the oven for Sunday dinner...
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((WE SAW THAT THERE WAS A FIRE BACK IN THE WOODS.))
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((THE WIND WAS BLOWING REAL STRONG, AND BY THE TIME THE FIRE DEPARTMENT GOT HERE, IT WAS SORT OF ALL AROUND THE HOUSES.
BUT IT JUMPED UP ON THE ROOF OF THIS HOUSE, AND EVEN WITH ALL THE FIREMEN HERE, IT STILL JUMPED UP ON THE ROOF OF OUR HOUSE.))
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Cedar shake shingles quickly ignited.
Brian Gross got the pets out safely, including Fluff, the cat.
A children's playhouse behind the home was destroyed. [12:58:25] ((THAT'S GONE. THAT'S TOTALLY GONE AND THE WOOD PILE IS STILL ON FIRE. BUT THE HOUSE, OTHER THAN THE ROOF LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE OKAY.))
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Fire and water damage was confined to the roof and attic of the Gross residence. [12:52:15]
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Neighbors described seeing a wall of fire 40 feet high blowing up the gully between the two homes. [13:28 Dave Brammer] ((TREMENDOUS FLAMES, THEY WERE POURING UP THE HILL. WE'RE LUCKY THEY SHOWED UP WHEN THE DID, BECAUSE BOTH OF OUR HOUSES HAVE SOME FIRE DAMAGE TO THEM, BUT NOT MAJOR.))
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Next door to the Brammers, Jennifer Maxfield may have been the first one to notice the fire down below.
As luck would have it, she's a volunteer firefighter. She immediately dialed 9-1-1. She's embarrassed, because, by her own account, she panicked. ((AND SO MY COMPANY GOT THE FIRE OUT OF MY BACKYARD THEN I DID MY JOB.))
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A half dozen Roanoke County fire companies responded.
Roanoke City lent one of its water tankers.
A couple of county firefighters reported minor injuries... heat exhaustion and a sprained ankle.
Three or four acres of woods and brush burned, so the State Forestry Division was on hand, too.
Keith Humphry, NEWS 7.

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An 11-year old boy and a woman died yesterday in separate traffic accidents in the region.
The youngster--Orlanda Keith Calloway, the Second--was riding in a car that hit a truck head-on along Route 680 in Henry County.
Police say speed was a factor in the accident.
And 32-year old Ramona Hall Jenkins of Lynchburg was killed in a three-car accident in Campbell County last night.


That accident happened at the intersection of Routes 683 and 622 around 7:30.


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Accident PREVENTION is what it's all about- -now an average of once a week along the Interstate.
State police put in overtime again THIS Sunday, part of Governor Gilmore's call for stepped up enforcement of traffic laws on I-81.
Troopers saturated the roadway from Winchester to Bristol... nabbing speeders and other violators without warning.
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Now that nice weather is here boaters are starting to cruise Smith Mountain Lake.
During the peak season the lake is swamped with vacationers on watercrafts and many of the operators don't know the rules of the waterways.
But there is help. Denise Allen has more.
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To learn the rules of the road many boaters are taking the Virginia State Boating course offered by the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
Instructors also cover new laws for instance to operate a personal water craft you have to be 14 or older, but this year 14 and 15 year old operators have to have passed a boater education course.
More than 600 students took the course last year and instructors expect to educate more this year.
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Boaters who pass the course get a reduction in their insurance rates.
Denise Allen News 7.))

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Volunteers staff the Virginia Boating Basics Safety Course.
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The Department of Game and Inland Fisheries named Instructor Betty Lamons the region two Boating Safety Instructor of the Year.
Last year she volunteered more than 100 hours and helped teach more than 400 students.
The department also awarded Mac Grisso the first ever Colonel William Antozzi award for his long time service as a volunteer instructor which includes the teaching of more than 150 boating safety classes.
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In need of homework help?
We'll tell you about a site on-line that may have some answers for you..coming up.
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And, we'll find out how this dog could one day be a life-saving companion to his young master..
That's coming up in a few minutes.
First, let's check in with Andrew Freiden in the weather center.
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Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell will visit Virginia Tech Tuesday.
He'll be speaking about volunteerism at the Cassell Coliseum.
Tickets will be sold to university faculty members, staff and the public.
However, most of the seats will be given away free of charge to students.

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A child with a degenerative disease. It's an image that evokes sympathy- -even fear. Some of us may not even want to think about it.
Tonight Keith Humphry tells us more about an organization- - based right here in Roanoke- -that's confronting those dreaded images... with a little help from man's best friend.
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(( Many a ten- year old longs to have a dog to play with, a companion who'll come when he's called, maybe even fetch some things for him.
It's a dream come true for Evan Sutherland, a fifth grader who's meeting the challenge of Muscular Dystrophy. [NAT w/ dog]
"Stormy," has BEEN in training for about a year. [9:05:15] ((I THINK SHE HAS TO TRAIN SOME MORE FIRST, SO SHE DOESN'T, LIKE, GO OFF WITHOUT ME AND STUFF LIKE THAT. Do you have trouble, keeping up with her, or does she have trouble keeping up with you? BOTH, I THINK. Really? UH HUH.)) [RUNS11]
This is their first weekend together.
A trainer at the St. Francis of Assisi Service Dog Foundation has been teaching Stormy to respond to basic commands. [9:13:10] ((STORMY, COME. GOOD GIRL.)) [RUNS04]
The purebred Labrador Retriever is still a pup. She won't turn two 'til April. She still has a lot to learn. [9:15:34] ((STORMY, SIT. SIT. STORMY SPEAK.UGH.)) [RUNS06]
They want "Stormy" to be able to call for help, in case an occasion arises where Evan can't speak for himself.
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We first met Evan and the rest of the Sutherland family a little over a year ago. He was getting ready to go to the Super Bowl, courtesy of the "Make-a-Wish Foundation."
Back then Evan told us a dog like "Stormy" was the one thing he wanted more than a ticket to the Super Bowl. [9:19:35] ((SHE HAS BEEN OUR WISH COME TRUE FOR US. SHE IS NOT JUST A PET. BUT SHE HAS BECOME A PART OF OUR FAMILY.)) [RUNS09] [work in a shot @9:24 -"social Dog" sign]
Stormy is NOT a full-fledged "service dog," she's what they call a social dog, not certified to go into restaurants and other public places. [9:19:52] ((SHE'S JUST A COMPANION FOR EVAN, AND THAT'S BEEN A BLESSING TO US. SHE GOES WHERE HE GOES. AND EVEN THOUGH HER NAME IS STORMY, WE THINK SHE SHOULD BE NAMED "VELCRO," BECAUSE SHE STICKS RIGHT WITH HIM. AND SHE IS A GOOD FRIEND TO HIM AND HOPEFULLY, SHE'LL SOON BE HIS BEST FRIEND.)) [RUNS16]
Keith Humphry NEWS 7.))

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Is the U.S. military ignoring its weakness on-line?
And how do you help your kids with homework they can't handle?
The answers in this week's WebWatch.
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While they may be making an impressive showing over Kosovo, the U.S. military's key computerized communication systems are seriously vulnerable to a cyber-attack, according to the National Research Council.
The pentagon admits the weakness and says it's working on it, but the Research Council says the problem isn't receiving the same attention as traditional defense systems.

Visit Roanoke College without leaving home.
The school website now has a virtual tour that officials hope will attract prospective students from a wider area.

If your kid's homework gives YOU a headache when you try to help... no sweat... as in NoSweat-dot-com.
The homework-help site is like an on-line encyclopedia, and offers homework assistance from elementary school to college levels.

OK, enough work, here are the FUN sites. Like BAD movies? Ohthehumanity-dot-com tells you where to find the worst of the worst.
You can post your OWN bad-movie review.

And you TOO can write a hit alternative rock song... with the Alanis Morisette lyrics generator. Type in one thing you hate, Six plural nouns and the name of an ex-boy or girlfriend.
You'll be on the charts in a week.

For links to these sites, click on WebWatch, on the WDBJ website at WDBJ-7-dot com.))[Tease#2]

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Most people go shopping to find just the right suit or dress for Easter Sunday..
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But, it's often the hat that makes a fashion statement.
And, this man is an expert when it comes to headgear--we'll find out why when the news continues.
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Easter Sunday is the biggest hat day of the year.
And, a Virginia pastor specializes in giving people just the right look for the holiday.
Ellen Qualls has more on Gigi (zhee-zhee) Hats in this week's Virginia Profiles.
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((white hat tc 15:42:06
We're NOT talking baseball caps.
Les chapeaux at Richmond's Gigi Hats are soaring sculptures for the head...
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((DAVID FRAZIER/GIGI HATS: IT'S THE TREND NOW. HATS ARE COMING BACK. IT'S FASHIONABLE. MAKE YOU LOOK GOOD. IT GIVES THE FEMININE TOUCH TO A WOMAN. THAT'S MY OPINION.)) [RUNS:09]
Women dress up for David Frazier.
He's NOT only their hat supplier.
He's also a pastor, and sees a sea of ornate headwear from the pulpit every Sunday.
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((DAVID FRAZIER/GIGI HATS: I'M CARRYING ONE OF A KIND. AND THE STYLE AND EVERYTHING. I DON'T GET THE SAME COLOR, ONE STYLE, THAT'S IT. WHEN I SELL THE HAT, MAYBE NEXT YEAR I CAN GET A STYLE SIMILAR TO THAT. BUT I'M TRYING TO KEEP IT ONE OF KIND. SO YOU WON'T SEE YOUR HAT WALKING DOWN THE STREET BESIDE YOU OR PEOPLE GET IN CHURCH AND YOU SEE YOUR HAT IN CHURCH.)) [RUNS:15]
Frazier's finds range from 20 dollars to -- hold on to your hats -- six or seven hundred dollars for the politically incorrect fur versions.
Frazier swears Gigi Hats sells six or seven hats a year to its best customers-- because, he says, you can wear them anywhere.
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((DAVID FRAZIER/GIGI HATS: EVEN FOR THE DAY'S WORK FORCE. I THINK A WOMAN IN A HAT LOOK GOOD. GIVE HER THE PROFESSIONAL TOUCH, YOU KNOW?)) [RUNS:06 ]
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((LIKE IF YOU WANT TO BE TALKED ABOUT OR ADMIRED, WEAR A HAT LIKE THIS. IT'S REAL FASHIONABLE.)) [RUNS:08]
Well I can't pass that up. [TC 15;44:54]
Gigi Hats gets orders from as far away as California... and is open six days a week.
Ellen Qualls, News7, Richmond.))

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And coming up, The Winston Cup drivers were in Texas for the Primestar 500 Purdue and Duke will play for the women's national championship tonight.
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And Larry Bird remains undefeated against his old team the Boston Celtics with a win today in Boston.
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Terry Labonte wins the first big race in his home state of Texas today taking the checkered flag under caution in the Primestar 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
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The lead would change several times in the first 40 laps of the race. Ward burton led after 37 but after 58 laps Mark martin was the leader of the race and Burton was second.
Then the problems continued for Jeff Gordon at Texas. He apparently blew a tire and hits the wall hard coming out of turn floor and slides down the track into the infield bringing out the caution on lap 69, his second D-N-F of the season.
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After several caution laps there was a new race leader. Terry Labonte passing Martin after 90 of the 334 lap race.
Ward Burton would work his way back to the front and he was the leader at the halfway point of the race.
Then Martin saw his chances at the win slip away he hits the wall coming out of turn number one bringing out the caution.
Terry Labonte passed Dale Jarrett with just over 12 laps to go and he holds on to win the Primestar 500 under caution after Jimmy Spencers crashes with four laps to go.
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Jarrett was second, Bobby Labonte third, Rusty Wallace fourth and Jeremy Mayfield fifth.





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Indiana won for the fifth time in six games this afternoon beating the Boston Celtics 101 to 93.
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Larry Bird is 6 and 0 against his former team since he became Indiana's head coach.
The Celtics would force a tie in the first quarter. Antooine Walker hits the three to make it 18 to 18.
But the Pacers come right back as Jalen Rose goes in for the jam to make it 43 to 38 Pacers.
Watch this play. Mark Jackson makes the pass from the floor to Chris Mullin who hits the three, Mullin scored 16 points in the third quarter.
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The Pacers would ice the win going to Reggie Miller he hits the jumper and Indiana beats Boston 101 to 93.
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The women's N-C-Double-A national champion will be crowned tonight when Duke takes on Purdue in San Jose California.
A couple of Duke players are familar with the Purdue program. Nicole Erickson and Michele VanGorp once played for the Boilermakers leaving in 19966 when Purdue's head coach was dismissed.
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The women tip it off tonight at 9 oclock in San Jose, California.






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The men's N-C-Double-A championship game is set for 9 oclock tomorrow night in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Duke and Connecticut will battle for the title.
The Blue Devils are going for their third title in the 90's and the Huskies are making their first appearance in the championship game.
Tip off is tomorrow night at 9 and you can see the game right here on your Hometown Station.


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It was the first title match between sisters in the open era and when it was over Venus Williams was crowned the winner of the Lipton Championship beating Serena in three sets.
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The two sisters have played before on the Tennis circuit but not in a title match.
Venus dominated the first set and he would win the match making her 3 and 0 against her youner sister.
Venus lost the second set but won the Lipton championship match 6-1, 4-6, 6-4.
It took Venus nearly two hours to beat her sister and claim the title.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies will keep a close eye on the Big East meeting scheduled for next month.
The Hokies have shown interest in the conference before and their on the agenda.
Tech plays football in the Big East but the Hokies basketball teams are affiliated with the Atlantic 10.
The conference commissioner Paul Tranghese said, quote: "We have a lot of things to talk about and full membership for the hokies is one of the topics.



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The Roanoke Express is back in first place in the East Coast Hockey League's Northeast Division.
Jason Stewart scored in the sixth round of a shootout last night to lead the Express to a 2 to 1 win over Chesapeake.
The Express is in Richmond for a game with the Renegades.

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