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Next on News 7 at Six...
A Virginia-based battle ship will join forces with NATO troops attacking the Serbs in Yugoslavia...
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And Roanoke City officials are asking residents to VOLUNTARILY conserve water as reservoir levels remain low.
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In sports, Highlights from the N-B-A Jeff Green wins a busch race at his home track.
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And the Express will play their final regular season home game tonight at the Roundhouse.
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Plenty of moisture in the air today--- but not much fell to the ground.


Tomorrow will be warm, with an outside shot at some rain.
Details coming up. [open]
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A Norfolk-based aircraft carrier is joining the NATO fight against the Serbs.
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As the operation expands to include the city of Belgrade, officials announced the U.S.S. Teddy Roosevelt battle group will head toward the region in support the assault.
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((CAPT. STEVE PIETRAPAOLI/SPOKESMAN, JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF; YOU CANNOT STOP THIS LEVEL OF VIOLENCE IN KOSOVO FROM AIR POWER INSTANTLY, BUT WE CAN CERTAINLY WORK OVER THE AMMUNITION, THE FUEL, THE OTHER ELEMENTS TO SUSTAIN THOSE FORCES, THAT WILL ENABLE THEM TO CONTINUE THIS VIOLENCE IN THE FUTURE))
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Pentagon officials say there is still NO plan to use ground combat troops in the NATO operation.

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As Virginia troops prepare for action in Europe, Governor Jim Gilmore called on President Clinton to explain the mission to the American people.
Gilmore says he understands European stability is vital to America's security, but says the president needs to clearly explain his goals in Kosovo, how he will achieve them, and how it will end.

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Two people were injured in an accident that backed-up traffic for miles along Route 460.
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Police say Richard Geer was traveling in the eastbound passing lane yesterday evening, when he veered onto the shoulder and lost control.
The vehicle skidded back onto the highway and turned sideways then another vehicle slammed into it.
Geer's passenger, Michael Goodbody, was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Geer was transported to Carilion Bedford Hospital.
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There's no word on their condition.

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A few brush fires flared up in Roanoke County today..
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Two fires started around five this evening along the railroad tracks behind Tanglewood Mall.
Officials believe sparks from a passing train started them.
It took firemen only a few minutes to put out the fires.
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Despite recent rainfall, the Carvin's Cove reservoir remains well below its normal level.
And Roanoke city officials are beginning to consider some water conservation measures.
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Today, the level is between 17 and 18 feet below the spillway.
That's a couple of feet higher than it was in mid-March, and city officials say they are NOT planning any mandatory restrictions at this point.
But they are encouraging citizens to voluntarily reduce their water use.
City Council will consider other conservation measures at its meeting Monday.
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Virginia's Explore Park re- opened its historic area this weekend with high expectations for the coming season.
Joe Dashiell paid a visit this morning.
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((A rainy morning provided a quiet start to the season, but Virginia's Explore Park hopes to make some noise in '99. [NAT SOUND OF BLACKSMITHS]
From the Blacksmith shop to the Native American encampment... Explore's interpreters say they're excited about the season ahead.
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((FOR ANYONE WHO INITIALLY CAME TO THE PARK TWO THREE EVEN FOUR YEARS AGO AND HAVE CHOSEN NOT TO RETURN FOR ONE REASON OR ANOTHER. YOU COME TO VISIT US NOW. YOU'RE GOING TO SEE AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT PARK.))
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Open since 1994, the living history park is continuing to build its attractions and its attendance. Director Roger Ellmore says '99 will bring more emphasis on recreational opportunities.
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((WE'RE GOING TO HAVE AN OUTFITTER IN HERE THIS YEAR, WHERE YOU CAN RENT MOUNTAIN BIKES, CANOE AND FISHING GEAR AND SOME OTHER THINGS TO REALLY USE THE FACILITIES TOTALLY AS A DAY EXPERIENCE FOR RECREATION.))
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Explore will be open to the public on weekends in April... seven days a week after May first... [NAT SOUND OF CURLY ENNIS]
And with sunny skies to match curly ennis' banjo tunes, they're confident the crowds will come.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke County.))

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Months of preparation provided a few moments of controlled chaos today, as children took part in a massive easter egg hunt in Roanoke.
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Sunday School on Wheels, a ministry of Christian Life Fellowship in Salem, hosted the event this afternoon in Hurt Park.
Within a few minutes, the children had collected more than 17- thousand plastic eggs filled with candy.
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((ANDY SCOTT/SUNDAY SCHOOL ON WHEELS: WE WENT ON A TRIP LAST MONTH TO TAMPA, FLORIDA. THEY DID A WORLD RECORD. IT'S IN THE GUINESS BOOK DOWN THERE. 307- THOUSAND EGGS. WE CAME BACK AND DID 17- THOUSAND AND IT WAS A BIG JOB.))
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Members of the group plan to do it again. They say they're shooting for 50- thousand eggs next year.
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There were fewer eggs, but plenty of holiday fun in the higher elevations of the Roanoke Valley.
Mill Mountain Zoo held its first Family Fun Day, that offered free admission to visitors, special programs, and an easter egg hunt.
The event was sponsored by Re-Max Realtors. The zoo hopes to make it an annual event.
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Attention job hunters--hundreds of positions are up for grabs..details are coming up in this week's business review.

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And officials in one city have the answer to rising cable fees..
We'll tell you what it is in a few minutes.
First let's get an early check on the weather with Andrew Freiden..
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A grocery-store swap takes a familiar name out of Western Virginia.
And when Governor Gilmore went north, so did the stock market.
Scott Goldberg explains in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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((This week on the Review ...
It really wasn't an April fools joke.
On the first day of the month Harris Teeter announced it's selling 11 Virginia grocery stores to Kroger...
And Kroger's selling 10 North Carolina stores to Harris Teeter. [TAKE VIDEO HERE] [99-1; 1:31:58]
The store swap means Harris Teeter is checking out of Western Virginia -- leaving only one store in Danville.
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Harris Teeter employees will have to apply for new jobs if they want to work at the same stores once Kroger takes over. [98-83; 1:45:28]
A one-two economic punch in Martinsville and Henry County.
Furniture maker American of Martinsville is hiring 200 new workers.
Stanley Furniture of Stanleytown is adding 300 jobs.
Both companies say they'll hire people who were laid off at textile factories. [99-6; 55:42]
I-T-T Night Vision won another wealthy military contract.
This one's worth nine million dollars.
The company will make new mounting devices to hold night vision goggles on Army helmets. [5pm Friday; 99-7; 48:48] [***NO SUPER***]
On Friday they arrested a 30-year-old New Jersey man who was charged with giving birth to Melissa. [***SALEM SUPER HERE***]
She is the e-mail virus that infected corporate America, even spreading into Salem.
General Electric told its employees they're not to open e-mails, fearing Melissa would crash the company's server. [99-5; 58:50] [A LITTLE BELL RINGING NAT SOUND -- 1 OR 2 SECONDS]
Virginia's governor took a trip deep into Yankee territory this week.
Jim Gilmore was in New York Thursday, ringing the opening bell at the stock exchange.
The Dow also went north, picking up 46 points that day. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
The Dow finished the week at 98-33, falling from its record close above 10-thousand, but still picking up 10 points.


The Nasdaq finished up 74 points at 24-93.
That is this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.
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Many cable companies are hiking their rates now that a federal law regulating prices has expired.
So officials in one city decided to take matters into their own hands.
Herb Weisbaum has more.
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((DAMON MONROE: I'M SO HAPPY I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH MYSELF. I FEEL FORTUNATE EVERY DAY I TURN ON THAT TV. Its not very often you hear customers singing the praises of their cable company. But Damon Monroe couldn't be happier. Last summer he was the very first customer to sign up for Click! Network... ...a publicly-owned cable operation run by the city of Tacoma, Washington. The city decided to build its own cable system from scratch, after hearing from so many people who were fed up with the existing private cable company. HOW ABOUT SOME METAL? ALTERNATE ROCK? On Click!, Monroe gets a better picture, more choices, and 31 digital music channels. All for less than he was paying his old cable company. I THINK RIGHT NOW WERE A HUNDRED PERCENT BETTER THAN WHAT WE HAD BEFORE. Nationwide, thousands of people have complained about cable prices that have increased at three and four times the rate of inflation. Josie Martin represents the National Cable Television Association...which says cable companies need higher rates so they can improve their product. JOSIE MARTIN: THE CABLE COMPANIES ARE INVESTING IN NEW TECHNOLOGY, IN NEW SERVICES, IN NEW PROGRAMS, IN BETTER PICTURES, BETTER QUALITY SOUND. In Tacoma, Click! Network says its already delivering those things...and something else cable customers have been demanding: respect. DIANE LACHEL: WE WANT THEM TO BE PLEASED. SATISFIED. COMPLETELY SATISFIED, ECSTATIC IF POSSIBLE! So far, Click! has signed up more than four thousand customers, and wired about half of Tacoma. But the utility says the whole city is already benefitting. Since Click! signed on, the existing private cable company has added channels and improved service...while holding the line on prices. The trouble is, very few communities have cable competition. Some customers have switched to satellite... ...but Consumers Union says for most people, that's not the answer.
GENE KIMMELMAN: YOU NEED TO BUY A DISH, THE INSTALLATION IS EXPENSIVE, YOU CANT GET YOUR LOCAL BROADCAST SIGNALS. Consumers Union says people need to tell congress to re-regulate cable to prevent price gouging and to do more to encourage real competition.
HERB WEISBAUM: RIGHT NOW, ONLY ABOUT THREE PERCENT OF AMERICANS HAVE A CHOICE OF CABLE PROVIDERS. AND CONSUMERS UNION SAYS WHERE THERE IS COMPETITION, PRICES ARE LOWER...ABOUT TEN PERCENT LOWER THAN COMMUNITIES WITH JUST ONE CABLE COMPANY. HW, CBS NEWS, SEATTLE.))
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Still ahead Roy Stanley will tell you why the Roanoke Express are back on top..
And, Andrew Freiden will have the full forecast for your Easter holiday coming up.
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Ron Howard's latest movie shows the ups and downs of living life in front of the camera.
Anna Wentworth has more on "Ed TV" in this week's News-7 Movie Review.
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((Movie Review "Ed TV" Universal
"Ed TV" is a funny and involving look at celebrity. A TV station with terrible ratings is looking for a new idea. The producer, Ellen DeGeneres, proposes that they find an ordinary guy and follow him around 24 hours a day for a month.
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The guy they choose is a thirty year old video store clerk named Ed. (Matthew McConaughey). Ed is reluctant, but his brother Ray (Woody Harrelson) wants the publicity and money to buy a gym, so Ed agrees.
At first the whole thing seems like a bad programming idea, as Ed explains on camera the proper way to cut toenails, and shows how he manages to watch TV while sitting on the toilet. But when Ed and his brother's girlfriend, Shari, (Jenna Elfman) fall for each other right on camera; and family secrets begin to come to light as a result of all the attention.
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((YOU ARE THOUGH...WHAT..BEAUTIFUL...HA HA THANK YOU HEY MAN I AM TAKING A POLL ON WHETHER OR NOT I SHOULD SHAVE MY HEAD UM I HAVE HAD ABOUT 19 PIERCED. HARRY DID YOU SEE THAT WHAT THE GIRL, THE LOOK YEAH SHE LIKES THE ED GUY BETTER THAN THE BROTHER))
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Celebrity brings its own set of problems. Good performances by McConaughey, Elfman, DeGeneres and Martin Landau make this work.
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And coming up in sports, The Express returns to the Roundhouse tonight in first place.
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And Jeff Green picks up his second career Busch win taking the checkered flag in his home state of Tennessee.
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John Brophy was missing from the bench last night serving a one game suspension and the Roanoke Express would beat the Hampton Road Admirals to take over the division and conference lead.
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The security was firmly in place last night inside the Roundhouse, along with outgoing general manager Tony Mancuso, a former cop himself.
Earlier this week, Steve Mason introduced us to newcomer Chad Spurr, and immedaitely he introduced himself to the Roanoke fans by scoring the power play goal 33 seconds into the game. One to nothing Roanoke.
Roanoke also won the early fight in this one! J.F. Tremblay goes toe to toe with Louis Bedard and lands four or five nice left hands.
But the Admirals, who seemed to play shorthanded all night long manged to tie things up. Dominic Maltais the top penalty man gets the unassisted score. 1-all.
Scott Gordon and Perry Florio weren't thrilled with that but they did like this moment. Mike Oliveira, the other newcomer, get the assist to Dru Burgess for the
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goal in front. Oliveira would also get the game winning goal and Roanoke wins the tough 3-to-2 battle in front of 64 hundred fans.
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Roanoke plays Johnstown tonight in its final regular season hope game.




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Jeff Green won his second career Busch race today taking the checkered flag in the Nashville 320.
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Casey Atwood would make a big move coming from the 26-th starting position to the number two spot after over 50 laps in the book.
But Jeff Green took over the front spot and he was the leader ahead of Sterling Marlin after the half way point of the race.
Marlin was challenging green for the lead when his left rear tires goes down causing him to spin on the track he hit Matt Kenseth in the spin Marlin was through for the day.
With Marlin out, Green held off the field winning the Nashville 320 on his home track. Atwood would come in second.
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Jason Keller was third, Joe Nemechek fourth and Todd Bodine fifth.




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Kendall Gill tied an N-B-A record with 11 steals today as New Jersey upset Miami 88 to 77.
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Alonzo Mourning looked ready to play as he left the bus.
And the Heat came out hot. Jamal Washburn goes in for this layup to give Miami a 16 to 8 lead.
But the Nets come back Keith Van Horn taking it to the hoop for the layup cutting the Miami lead to 4 points.
The Nets cut the lead to 1 to open the second quarter Gill gets out on the break after the steal and throws down the jam to make it 24 to 23.
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Stephon Marbury would score 21 points two on this layup and the Nets beat the Heat 88 to 77.
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The Salem Avalanche will break spring camp this weekend and head for Salem to prepare for their season opener next week.
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Several weeks ago new manager Ron Gideon was in town for a meeting with the media.
Gideon was not sure of the players he would work with in spring training. But his game plan for getting the team ready for the season opener was very simple.
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The team will arrive in Salem on Tuesday afternoon and hold their first workout that night.
Salem opens the season next Thursday with a four game set with the Wilmington Blue Rocks.


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Two Golfers share the lead after three rounds of the Bellsouth Classic.
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Mike Weir and Stewart Sink, hitting this shot, share the lead at 14 under par. This shot sets up a birdie for Sink who shot 65 today. Weir also shot 65.
But the two better watch out because last weeks winner David Duval is in second place att 13 under par after shooting a 69.
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