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One person dies, and another is injured in two separate police chases in Southwest Virginia.
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And the United States will open its borders to refugees from Kosovo.
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In sports, We'll take a look at the record gymnastics team at Radford College David Duval wins again.
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And the Charlotte Hornets extend their losing streak to 4 games with a loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
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After a record high in Roanoke today, the forecast features a return to normalcy tomorrow and a good chance of rain on Tuesday. Details coming up. [open]
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[Kosovo]


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With refugees flooding out of Kosovo and overwhelming neighboring countries...
The United States is opening its borders.
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[ 3pm feed --NA034]
The U-S said it will accept 20-thousand ethnic Albanians -- temporarily.
In all, NATO countries plan to airlift 100-thousand refugees out of Macedonia. [3pm feed --NA035]
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Meanwhile, NATO is stepping up bombing raids on the Yugoslav capital.
This, as some religious leaders called for peace on Easter Sunday.
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In Lynchburg, Reverend Jerry Falwell said the air strikes are "inciting" Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to continue his campaign of ethnic cleansing.
But Falwell said he doesn't know how he would solve the Kosovo crisis.
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((JERRY FALWELL: OBVIOUSLY, NOW THAT WE'RE AT WAR, I WOULD HOPE EVERY AMERICAN WOULD SUPPORT THE PRESIDENT AND SUPPORT OUR FIGHTING MEN AND WOMEN. I HAVE TO BE HONEST, THOUGH. IT'S DOING ZERO GOOD. ZERO.))
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Falwell said the pictures of refugees fleeing Kosovo are "heartbreaking."
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Falwell made his comments after a groundbreaking ceremony for his new church in Lynchburg.
And as Scott Goldberg reports , the war and the new building weren't the only things the Reverend talked about.
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((After he led an estimated eight-thousand people in Easter worship services, Jerry Falwell led the faithful across the street...
To a place he called "holy ground."
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((NATSOUND: APPLAUSE, WHISTLES AS FALWELL BREAKS GROUND.)) [RUNS02]
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He broke that ground.
Then the Reverend asked for some help building the place his Thomas Road Baptist Church will one day call home.
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((FALWELL: WE'VE COME UP HERE TO ASK THE LORD FOR ALL OF THE MONEY TO BUILD IT. FOR ALL OF THE WISDOM TO DO IT RIGHT.)) [RUNS09]
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((LAURA LEE OLDHAM/CHURCH MEMBER: I COULDN'T THINK OF A BETTER PLACE BECAUSE I LIKE MOUNTAINS. I WAS RAISED IN THE MOUNTAINS. AND TO ME, GOD IS IN THE MOUNTAINS.)) [RUNS08]
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((SCOTT GOLDBERG/REPORTER: FALWELL DID MORE THAN BREAK NEW GROUND ON THIS EASTER SUNDAY. HE REVISITED THE PAST FEW MONTHS AND SOME OF THE OTHER HEADLINES HE'S MADE. )) [RUNS08]
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((NATSOUND: TINKY WINKY NOISES.))
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Falwell said he never claimed that Tinky Winky the Teletubbie was gay -- a fabricated story, he said, that the media spun out of control.
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((WE HAD A LOT OF FUN WITH IT. I STILL DON'T KNOW IF TINKY WINKY IS GAY OR NOT AND I WOULD NEVER SAY IF HE WAS OR WASN'T (46) OR SHE WAS OR WASN'T WHATEVER THE CASE IS.)) [RUNS09]
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And on this day of reflection, Falwell looked back and said he never meant to offend when he said the Antichrist was a Jew who is alive now.
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((FALWELL:MANY THOUGHT THAT WAS ANTI-SEMITIC AND I CERTAINLY APOLOGIZE IF THAT LEFT THAT IMPRESSION.)) [RUNS05]
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On Easter, though, Falwell spent most of the day looking forward.
Envisioning a new 12-thousand seat sanctuary ...
praying for strength ... and the 22-million dollars his congregation still needs ..to make it happen.
SG, News-7, Lynchburg.))
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One person died and another was injured following two police chases overnight.
In Danville officers were chasing 47-year old Harvey Lee Wimbush who was driving on the wrong side of the road.
A few minutes later Wimbush crashed into a tree along Stokes Street and died at the scene.
And, in Montgomery County, police were tailing a suspected drunk driver along Senaca Hollow Road.
The suspect lost control of his vehicle and crashed.
The victim was later airlifted to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.

[Robbery]


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Radford police are on the lookout for a man suspected of robbing the Best Western Motel along Tyler Avenue this morning.
Authorities say a black man wearing a ski mask, turqoise shirt and khaki pants displayed a hand gun and took an undisclosed amount of money from the motel.
The suspect is believed to be about 5 feet-10 inches tall and weighs between 150 and 180 pounds.
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Radford police are asking anyone with information to call their crime line at 731-3627.
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NATO is fending off new attacks--and these are happening in cyberspace..
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And, losing a few unwanted pounds may be hard but imagine losing more than 500..
This woman did.
We'll tell you how in a few minutes, first let's head over to Andrew Freiden for an early check on the weather.
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The war in the Balkans is also raging online.
And it's still not to late to make an Easter Pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
More on this week's WebWatch.
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As the assault on Belgrade continues, NATO's website has been attacked by hackers using viruses and mass-e-mail assaults. Web access and e-mail services was disrupted.

In Belgrade itself, independent radio station B-92 is struggling to survive.
The station broadcast in Realaudio after the Serbs took its transmitter... Friday, they were forced to stop internet broadcast as well.
A group of online supporters is working to get B92 back on the air somehow.

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David L. Smith, the New Jersey man who allegedly released the Melissa Virus was caught last week, but the virus is still out there.
For more information, and ways to fight it, link to Carnegy Mellon University's Computer Emergency Response Team.
Microsoft has a patch you can download to help protect Word 97 and 2000 from the virus.

If you couldn't make a personal pilgrimage to the Holy Land this Easter Season, you can still travel online.
Virtual Holyland-dot-com will take you to the notable sites in the region.

For links to these sites, click on WebWatch, on the WDBJ website, at WDBJ 7-dot-com.))

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Many people can shed a few pounds by eating less or exercising a little more.
But, for others the problem is much more difficult.
And, no one knows that better perhaps than Brenda Dolan.
Steve Smallshaw has her story in this week's Virginia Profiles.
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(( For ten years, Brenda Dolan was a prisoner in her own home.. trapped underneath hundreds of pounds of fat.
She was an average child until her father died when she was seven years old.. and that's when Brenda began seeking comfort in food.
By the early 1980's, she weighed close to 850 pounds.. the comments and the snickering she heard from the public forced her indoors, where she stayed for more than a decade.
Too big to fit in a bed, she slept propped up on a couch.
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((BRENDA DOLAN: I HONESTLY BELIEVED I WAS GOING TO DIE. THERE WAS NO HOPE, THERE WAS NO WAY NOBODY COULD LOSE THE AMOUNT OF WEIGHT I NEEDED TO LOSE AND I WAS NOT GOING TO LIVE THAT LONG TO LOSE THAT WEIGHT.)) [RUNS 11]
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That's when her best friend Jackie stepped in.. Jackie let Brenda know that giving up was not an option.
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((DOLAN: SHE KNEW I WAS GOING TO DIE IF I DIDN'T DO SOMETHING AND I LOVED HER SO MUCH AS A FRIEND, I THOUGHT `WHY NOT? WHY NOT JUST DO IT FOR HER?')) [RUNS 10]
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[Standup ] ((The road back started when Brenda Dolan began changing her eating habits and started to exercise. At this church away from the main road in Altavista, Brenda could walk three or four times a week and avoid the stares and comments of the public. At first she had trouble even making it around the building just once.. but over time it got easier. And in memory of all the times she prayed for somewhere to sit down, Dolan donated this bench to the church.. she no longer needs it.)) [RUNS 24]
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((CAN SOMEONE LOSE 535 POUNDS? )) [RUNS 06]
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Last month, Brenda flew to New York to appear on a Sally Jesse Raphael show that featured grossly obese women.. hoping she could inspire the other guests to make some life-saving changes.
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((DOLAN: I THINK THIS IS PART OF GOD'S PLAN, TO LET ME DO THIS SO THAT SOMEWHERE, SOMEBODY WILL HEAR SOMETHING, SOMETHING WILL CLICK IN THEM, TO GIVE THEM HOPE AND INSPIRATION, TO LET THEM KNOW THAT THEY CAN DO IT.)) [RUNS 11]
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Brenda is living proof it's possible.
She'll graduate from community college in May and will seek her bachelor's degree this fall.. and her weight loss continues.
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((DOLAN: AS LONG AS I'M LOSING, I'M HAPPY. AS LONG AS I'M HEALTHY, I'M HAPPY. I'LL BE SATISFIED AS LONG AS IT KEEPS COMING OFF, IT'S OKAY AND IT'LL FINALLY TAPER OUT WHERE I'LL PROBABLY FEEL `OKAY, I LIKE THIS'. BUT I HAVEN'T GOT THERE YET, BUT IT WILL BE ONE DAY.)) [RUNS 18]
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That day.. in fact EVERY day.. is something she now looks forward to.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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It's commonplace now--but back in 1987..
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seeing video like this from inside a courtroom was considered "experimental."
We'll tell you why when the news continues.
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Cameras in the courtroom are nothing new these days..
But, in the late 1980s the thought of having live coverage of trial proceedings and verdicts was controversial.
Keith Humprhy takes a look back in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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((In 1987, Virginia courts and news media began a two YEAR experiment of putting cameras in selected courtrooms.
Bedford County Circuit Court was chosen as one of the locations.
At the time, the trial of David Lee Fisher was already underway. One still camera and 1 television camera were allowed in the courtroom during the sentencing phase.
Fisher was on trial for arranging the shooting death of 18 year David Wilkey.
He was convicted of capital murder and viewers got to see Fisher sentenced to die.
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((HAS THE JURY REACHED A VERDICT WE THE JURY ON THE ISSUE JOINED FIND THE DEFENDANT GUILTY OF CAPITAL MURDER HAVING UNANIMOUSLY FOUND AFTER CONSIDERATION OF HIS HISTORY AND BACKGROUND THAT THERE IS A POSSIBILITY THAT HE WOULD COMMIT CRIMINAL ACTS OF VIOLENCE AND CONTINUING SERIOUS THREAT TO SOCIETY AND CONSIDERING THE EVIDENCE IN MITIGATION OF THE OFFENSE UNANIMOUSLY FIXED HIS PUNISHMENT AS DEATH)) [RUNS22]
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Fisher was executed 10-days ago.
The judge and lawyers from Bedford County agreed there were few problems with the cameras.
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((JIM UPDIKE;I REALLY DIDN'T TAKE ANY NOTICE OF THEM AND YOU REALLY FORGET ABOUT THEM BEING THERE)) [RUNS05]
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But the concern lay with nervous witnesses since they have the most to lose.
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((JUDGE WILLIAM SWEENEY/ THE WITNESSES, WE HAVE NOT HAD A GOOD PLAY BACK FROM THE WITNESSES YET AND I WOULD GUESS THAT OF ALL THE GROUPS I HAVE MENTIONED THE WITNESSES WOULD BE THE MOST NEGATIVE AND FOR REASONS I AM SURE MOST OF YOU COULD APPRECIATE.)) [RUNS09]
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The experiment would go a step further with the trial of Jens Soering.
He was convicted of killing his girlfriend's parents , Derek and Nancy Haysom, in 1985.
After a lengthy international extradition battle, Soering ended up back in Bedford County. His lawyer, Rick Neaton wanted the case moved out of Bedford to escape the impact of the media. He had doubts his client would get a fair trial there.
Public interest in the case soared.
News 7 not only had regular reports during each newscast, but broadcast extended excerpts of the trial each night.
Anyone interested in the case had access to the proceedings right to the end.
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((THE COURT FINDS YOU GUILTY OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER OF DEREK HAYSOM AS CHARGED IN THE INDICTMENT THE COURT ALSO FINDS YOU GUILTY OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER OF NANCY HAYSOM AS CHARGED IN THE INDICTMENT FINDS YOU GUILTY IN EACH OF THE TWO CASES)) [RUNS15]
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Soering was convicted and sentenced to two life terms in prison. His girlfriend, Elizabeth Haysom, is serving 90 years in prison for her role in the murders.
The experiment was a success. Radio and Television coverage of courtrooms has been allowed by state law, since 1992. That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))

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And coming up in sports, Another tough day for the Charlotte Hornets the Express is on the road at Johnstown.
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And David Duvall strikes again winning the BellSouth Classic in Duluth, Georgia.
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[S-Golf]


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David Duval showed the golfing world today why he's the top ranked player. He came from two shots down with 4 holes left to play to win the Bellsouth Classic, his second straight P-G-A tour win.
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It all started on the 15-th green when Duval chipped this shot in for a birdie to move him into one shot of the leaders, Stewart Cink and John Huston at 18 under par.
Duval would join the two and Rory Sabbatini at 18 under par when he makes the birdie putt at the 16-th green.
Sink, Sabbatini and Huston would lose strokes over the final three holes and Duval wins the event shooting a 67, finishing at 18 under par and setting the stage for next weekend's Masters Golf Tournament.
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Cink finished second at 16 under par Sabbatini and Huston tied for third place at 15 under.



[S-Hornets]


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The Charlotte Hornets losing streak hit for today as the Atlanta Hawks come from behind to beat the Hornets 85 to 83.
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Hawk coach Lenny Wilkins a little upset at a call in the third quarter.
And to make it even worse David Wesley hits this jumper and the Hawks trailed the Hornets 54 to 46.
The Hawks kept their poise Allen Henderson takes it inside for the basket cutting the lead to six, 54 to 48.
Charlotte's Eddie Jones would come through with this jumper to make the score 54 to 51 Hornets.
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But the Hawks made a move in the fourth quarter coming from behind to beat the Hornets 85 to 83.
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New Jersey has a season high three game winning streak after this afternoon's 91 to 79 win over the Boston Celtics.
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The Rick Pitino smile was over quickly.
His team would fall behind by five points when Antoine Walker gets the pass from Kenny Anderson for the Jam to make it 17 to 12.
The Nets come right back. Stephon Marbury gets it to Kerry Kittles for the jam to make the score 30 to 18 New Jersey.
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The Nets led by as many as 10 throughout the fourth quarter to get the 91 to 79 win over the Celtics.
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[S-Express]


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Last night at the Roundhouse, The Roanoke Express beat Johnstown 2 to 1 to secure one of the top 4 seeds in the conference and home ice advantage in the Playoffs.
The Express is on the road this evening at Johnstown.
The outcome of that game will determine who Roanoke will play in the first round of the East Coast Hockey League Playoffs which are scheduled to begin this week.



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Under the guidance of a new head coach Radford University has broken school records in gymnastics.
Now the Highlanders are preparing for a national meet.
Denise Allen introduces us to this up and coming team.
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(( This is Lisa Woody-Green's first year as the Highlanders head coach. And when she hit the scene things changed. Woody-Green was use to winning, as a gymnast herself at Texas Woman's University and then as an assistant there.
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Woody-Green admits she wasn't popular at first and her gymnasts agree.
Vinton native Holly Saunders says her attitude changed at mid-season.
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The team has set school records and is now preparing for a trip to New Haven, Connecticut, and the USGA Championships which start on the 15th.
This is the first time in 17 years Radford has qualified as a team for a national competition.
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Jill Caruso is one of the team leaders and another bright spot for the Highlanders.
This is the second straight year she has qualified for the N-C-Double-A Southeast Regional Gymnastics Competition.
The Regional meet is at the University of West Virginia next week.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports.))


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