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Thousands more U-S Servicemen are being called on to help fight the war in Yugoslavia.
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And Hockey Great Wayne Gretzky makes the rumor official.
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Strong winds again invade the region. Roanoke regional airport reported winds gusting to 40mph at 4pm. That story and the weekend forecast just ahead.

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On health check -- we'll tell you how one transplant patients is overcoming challenges after surgery.
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And the snoring department at Lewis Gale Clinic has a new way to get a sound sleep without the sound.
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((JAMES RUBIN/STATE DEPT. SPOKESMAN: WEST OF PRISTINA. THERE IS A SET OF EVIDENCE OF MASS KILLINGS AND GRAVES ASSOCIATED WITH THOSE MASS KILLINGS.))
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More reports of mass killings in Kosovo-
And tonight word that thousands more U-S reservists will be called to duty-
Just how many more will go is not known but defense secretary says the number will be significant.
Lee Cowan is following the story and joins us live with the latest from Washington.
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(( THE ONE GLIMMER OF GOOD NEWS IN KOSOVO, DIDN'T LAST FOR LONG.
AFTER NEARLY A WEEK WHERE THE FLOOD OF REFUGEES ACROSS THE BORDER HAD SLOWED, IT PICKED UP AGAIN - GRIM EVIDENCE THAT SOMETHING ELSE HAD PICKED UP AGAIN AS WELL - DESPITE ONE OF THE HEAVIEST ALLIED ATTACKS SO FAR.
JAMES RUBIN/STATE DEPARTMENT SPOKESMAN: The trickle - has become a flow.
OFFICIALS SAY THE FORCED EXPULSION OF ETHNIC ALBANIANS RESUMED WITH TRAINS AND BUSES DUMPING REFUGEES JUST SHORT OF THE BORDER - SOME FIVE THOUSAND CROSSING INTO MACEDONIA LAST NIGHT - SOME 8-THOUSAND INTO ALBANIA BY THIS AFTERNOON. INTERVIEWS WITH REFUGEES INDICATE NEARLY 50 VILLAGES AND TOWNS HAD BEEN DESTROYED BY SERB FORCES JUST IN THE LAST 10 DAYS. AND ONCE AGAIN - THE STATE DEPARTMENT SAYS IT HAS NEW INFORMATION ABOUT MASS KILLINGS - EVIDENCED BY MASS GRAVES.
IT WAS MORE AMMUNITION THE U-S COULD USE AS THE PRESIDENT PREPARES TO ORDER THOUSANDS OF RESERVISTS INTO ACTION IN THE BALKANS. ALTHOUGH THE PENTAGON HASN'T PREPARED AN EXACT NUMBER, THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE SAYS IT WILL BE SUBSTANTIAL.
WILLIAM COHEN/SECRETARY OF DEFENSE:I think it would be a significant number.
POSSIBLY AS HIGH AS 33-THOUSAND - THE LARGEST CALL UP SINCE THE PERSIAN GULF WAR.
IN DETROIT TODAY - THE PRESIDENT OFFERED NOT ONLY MILITARY MIGHT - BUT HUMANITARIAN AS WELL - SAYING HE WAS MOVED BY THE VOLUNTEER SPIRIT THAT HAD ALREADY LEAPT AT THE REFUGEE CAUSE. CLINTON: The heart of American has been engaged by this. LEE COWAN//CBS NEWS: "But what remains the larger problem is the thousands of refugees who are displaced inside Kosovo. NATO is working on a plan to get food and aid into them - possibly with the use of some kind of ground force to open up a corridor of aid. As one official put it, there are no easy options - it is a desperate situation. Lee Cowan, CBS News, the White House.))
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Wildfires swept through Port St. Lucie Florida overnight-
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destroying dozens of homes- and leaving as many as 500 residents homeless.
Clifford Newland sifted through the debris where his home used to stand. He says fires from both directions made it impossible to stop.
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((CLIFFORD NEWLAND: THAT FIRE WAS RAGING. FIRE WAS ON TOP OF THAT TREE. REPORTER: BUT IT WASN'T THAT FIRE THAT DID YOU IN? NEWLAND: FIRE THAT CAME FROM THE WEST DID ME IN.))
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The blaze is now contained but there is still concern- high winds this afternoon could create new flareups.
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A federal judge says he may re-instate a sexual discrimination lawsuit against the Virginia Military Institute, opening the door to another two years of government oversight of V-M-I's efforts to bring women into the cadet corps.
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Lawyers for both sides argued the case this afternoon in Danville's federal court.
Department of Justice attorneys say the lack of information from V-M-I has made it impossible to determine whether the program is working.
But V-M-I says government officials simply wants to micro-manage the school.
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((WILLIAM HURD/VMI LEAD COUNSEL: WE HAVE GIVEN THE COURT AND D.O.J. EVERY INFORMATION THAT WE WERE REQUIRED TO GIVE UNDER THE COURT ORDER. D.O.J. HAS WAITED FOR OVER TWO YEARS NOW BEFORE COMING TO COURT TO MAKE SOME OF THE REQUESTS THAT IT MADE TODAY. THAT'S ENTIRELY INAPPROPRIATE.))
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Judge Jackson Kiser did "not " issue a ruling today, but says it's probably too early to end the government oversight of V-M-I.
An order could be issued within a few weeks.
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A major fight is brewing- over affirmative action on Virginia's college campuses.
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University of Virginia President John Casteen threw the first punch.
Casteen said this week the state has a "moral obligation" to give preference in admissions to minority students.
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((JOHN CASTEEN/UNIV. OF VIRGINIA PRESIDENT: ALONE AMONG THE AMERICAN STATES, THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA CLOSED, SEIZED, AND BOARDED UP PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN 1958, RATHER THAN DESEGREGATE THOSE SCHOOLS IN ACCORD WITH ORDERS OF FEDERAL COURTS.))
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Casteen suggests U-V-A is giving preference to minority candidates-- which pits him against Virginia's stated policy, and that of the Governor.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: MY POLICIES HAVE NEVER DEVIATED. WE'RE AGAINST QUOTAS. WE'RE AGAINST RACIAL PREFERENCES. I THINK THAT'S THE WRONG ROAD AND IT'S QUESTIONABLE UNDER THE LAW.))
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Casteen points out that the same federal court that has ruled FOR racial preferences in one case, has ruled against them in another.
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A potential presidential candidate gets a big boost from Governor Gilmore. We'll have that story next.
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and the Great One is retiring. Wayne Gretzky says Sunday will be his last game.
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On Health Check, there's new help for local people who snore.
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We'll have that and a lot more, stay with us. [sponsor]
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Governor Jim Gilmore became the 15th governor to endorse George W. Bush today.
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Gilmore made his announcement at the Capitol, flanked by an ethnically diverse group of Virginia Republicans.
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((HE HAS REACHED OUT TO ALL TEXANS TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERYBODY HAS A SEAT AT THE TABLE OF OPPORTUNITY. EVERYBODY. BRINGING THEM TOGETHER IN TEXAS. AND THAT IS EXACTLY THE TYPE OF LEADERSHIP WE NEED FOR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.))
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From the Texas governor's mansion, Bush said he was honored to have Gilmore on his team.
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Gilmore's endorsement may carry more in the coming months, if Virginia Republicans decide to hold a presidential primary on February 29th.
The General Assembly voted to allow an early primary this year.
It would make Virginia the first big state in the nation with a primary.

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You'll never have to feed the meter again in Roanoke.
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The city got rid of its last parking meter today.
It was the end of a five- month campaign to rid Roanoke of all 140 meters... which, city council decided, were a good idea whose time had passed.
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((ALVIN HUDSON/CITY COUNCILMAN: IT WAS COSTING US PROBABLY MORE TO MAINTAIN THEM THAN WE WERE GETTING OUT OF THEM. AT ONE TIME THEY WERE A GOOD REVENUE SOURCE. BUT NOT ANYMORE.))
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Getting rid of the meters doesn't mean you can park wherever you want for as long as you want.
The city will post signs and enforce parking time limits.
Still, drivers downtown today took the news pretty well.
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((MAN DOWNTOWN: DOES IT MEAN PEOPLE JUST CAN'T USE A COUPLE OF QUARTERS AND PARK? Scott Goldberg: It means they don't have to pay to park on the street. MAN: OH! THAT'S GOOD! YEAH!))
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The city will put the old meters up for bids at an auction next weekend.
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The man know as the Great One is retiring from the N-H-L following Sunday's finale.
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Wayne Gretzky is stepping down after a 20 year career in the National Hockey League.
The league's leading scorer says the time is right to move on.
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The 38 year old Gretzky scored 28-hundred 56 points during his career with the Edmonton Oilers, St. Louis Blues and the New York Rangers.
That's more than one thousand point's ahead of runner up Gordie Howe, who's in the Hall of Fame.
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You may have noticed that Patrick Evans hasn't been with us this week. He's been out in Hollywood rubbing elbows with celebrities.
We've managed to catch up with Patrick, raw elbows and all, and he's on the phone with us now from Pleasure Pier on Catalina Island.
Patrick, we hear you've have a few brushes with fame this week.
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Coming Up in Sports, Mike Stevens will have the qualifying results from Martinsville Speedway.
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Today on health check -- A recent study marks a unprecedented phase in family planning.
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Plus -- Doctors at Lewis-Gale Clinic say the new somnoplasty procedures are effectively helping patients stop sawing logs.
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((DR. TU TRAN/ENT: ABOUT 80 TO 90 PERCENT SUCCESSFUL FOR SNORING.))
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Somnoplasty is a new treatment for snoring and chronic nasal congestion. The snoring department at Lewis-Gale Clinic was the first to have this technology and now patients hope it will not only improve their sleep, but their relationships as well.
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((DAVID ROLFE/PATIENT: BASICALLY, I'M LOSING A LOT OF SLEEP. IF NOT MY WIFE WAKING ME UP WHEN I START TO SNORE, I'M CONDITIONED TO WAKE UP WHEN I SNORE, AS SOON AS I HEAR MYSELF SNORING I WAKE UP AND LOSE A LOT OF SLEEP.)) [RUNS:13]
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And after years of that, David Rolfe has opted to try Somnoplasty. Doctor Tran is getting him ready for the procedure by first numbing his palate. [Nat Sound beeping ub 07 34 32] And when the needle reaches a hot enough temperature, the process begins.
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((DR. TU TRAN/ENT: THIS IS PAINLESS. IT USES RADIOFREQUENCY ENERGY WHICH IS A MICROWAVE LIKE YOU USE AT HOME TO HEAT THE PALATE. AS IT HEALS, IT SHRINKS, WHEN IT SHRINKS, THE SNORING IMPROVES. )) [RUNS:14]
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The surgery is done under local anesthesia in the doctors office and the whole thing takes about 5 to 10 minutes.
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((THERE'S NO RECOVERY TIME, MR. ROLFE CAN GO RIGHT BACK TO WORK IF HE WANTS.)) [RUNS:06]
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((DAVID ROLFE/PATIENT: PLUS WE'RE PLANNING TO GET NEW BEDROOM FURNITURE, SO I WANT TO ENJOY THAT IN THE BEDROOM, INSTEAD OF GETTING KICKED OUT.)) [RUNS:07]
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((DAVID ROLFE/PATIENT: I THINK THE WIFE IS TOO. reporter:PROBABLY MORE THAN YOU. PROBABLY MORE THAN ME, RIGHT.)) [RUNS:05]
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The cost for the palate surgery is about 1500 dollars. The fee for nasal somnoplasty is covered by insurance, but palate surgery is not. Doctors say the next step for the Roanoke Valley is to use the procedure for obstructive sleep apnea.




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Could men be the next ones to take "THE PILL?"
British researchers have discovered an effective form of male birth control and it's already on the market.
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In the new study men took the hormone progesterone. It reduced their sperm count to zero. The men were also given a testosterone patch to prevent side effects like a decreased sex drive.
The process is easily reversed.
Doctors could write prescriptions for men now, but most will likely want to wait until practice is proven safe.
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Traditionally drug companies have been very relunctant to spend money developing a male pill. Some say it is becaus

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A big weekend or racing at the Martinsville Speedway.
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And Mike Stevens joins us live with qualifying for the trucks and Winston cup Cars, Mike
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Its an American musical art form. . . the barbershop quartet.
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The Sweet Adelines, an all-female barber-shop quartet organization is holding its regional competition this weekend. And nearly one-thousand women are filling the halls of the Roanoke Civic Center with four-part-harmony.
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((KAREN CASON/SHOWBIZ! QUARTET: THERE'S NOTHING LIKE A BARBER SHOP CHORD. WHEN FOUR VOICES ARE SINGING THE RIGHT NOTES, AND WE TRY TO DO THAT MOST OF THE TIME, WE CAN MAKE A CHORD RING. AND ITS A FEELING, AND ITS A PHYSICS LAW THAT YOU CAN JUST FEEL ANOTHER NODE ABOVE YOUR HEADS IF YOU REALLY LOCK AND MAKE A NOTE RING.))
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If you're wondering the difference between female and male quartets. The ladies'notes are higher, the costumes sparkle more and they wear heels.
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