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Today on News 7 at five, authorities say they believe the Columbine High shooters probably did NOT act alone,
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and school systems across the area have to deal with threats and rumors as classes are disrupted yet another day.
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Everything from partly sunny skies to snow showers around the region today. A return to more normal weather begins tomorrow.

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In medical news -- Governor Gilmore wants to improve substance abuse services in Virginia.
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And doctors make a discovery that gives a whole new meaning to the term baby aspirin.
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That word today after police confirm they've found sixty bomb devices on Columbine School property.

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It now appears it'll be awhile before there's an arrest in last week's school shooting.
Earlier today the District Attorney said an arrest could come within 48 hours- But a police spokewoman says the timetable has changed and it may take much longer.
Manuel Gallegus is in Littleton Colorado with the latest.
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(( THE LAST OF THE FUNERAL SERVICES FOR THE 13 COLUMBINE VICTIMS WAS BY FAR THE LARGEST...AS THOUSANDS GATHERED TO SAY A FINAL FAREWELL TO 18 YEAR OLD ISAIAH SHOELS. MANY..ESPECIALLY THE YOUNG... FOUND IT DIFFICULT TO HOLD BACK THEIR TEARS AS THEY FILED PAST THE CASKET.
WITNESSES SAY THE YOUNG ATHLETE AND ASPIRING RECORD COMPANY EXECUTIVE WAS SINGLED OUT AND GUNNED DOWN BECAUSE HE WAS BLACK. PREACHER: "THIS IS A WAKEUP CALL TO COLUMBINE."
WHILE THE COMMUNITY COPES WITH ITS GRIEF, THE SHERIFF'S DEPTARTMENT TELLS CBWS NEWS THE HANDGUN USED IN THE SHOOTING HAS BEEN TRACED TO A LOCAL PIZZA PARLOR EMPLOYEE WHO WORKED WITH THE TWO SHOOTERS. BUT THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY REFUSED TO EVEN CONFIRM THAT PIZZA PARLOR WORKER IS A SUSPECT. MARK PAUTLER, JEFFERSON CO. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
POLICE ALSO CONFIRM THEY HAVE FOUND SOME SIXTY BOMB DEVICES. CBS NEWS HAS LEARNED THE PROPANE TANK BOMB'S DETONATOR WAS SO SOPHISTICATED THAT INVESTIGATORS SUSPECT THE GUNMEN MUST HAVE HAD HELP.))

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It was another day of bomb rumors running through many local schools.
Repeated bomb threats have parents and students wondering if any of the rumors hold any truth.
Today in Roanoke County, school administrators said:
Absolutely not.
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Scott Goldberg is at Northside Middle School tonight- the scene of one bomb threat earlier today.
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Jean,
Roanoke County school administrators have heard the cries of concerned parents.
And tonight they're sending home letters telling parents there will be extra people patrolling schools ... extra police.
And administrators will go after people making threats with extra effort ... until these rumors about bombs stop running out of control.
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At Hidden Valley Junior High, 20 parents will patrol the halls on Friday.
The doors will be locked and police will be on the lookout.
What they're looking for is nothing more than a rumor ... that some people fear could materialize.
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((BELVINS: I THINK THEY'RE WASTING THEIR TIME. BECAUSE I DON'T THINK ANYTHING IS GOING TO HAPPEN TOMORROW. I DON'T THINK THERE EVER WAS ANYTHING THAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN TOMORROW. ))
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Principal David Blevins told students there's no reason to stay home from school on Friday.
He said nobody has actually seen a rumored website posting that said something bad might happen.
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((BLEVINS: I MEAN, RUMORS AND STUDENTS ARE A FACT OF LIFE. BUT THIS ONE HAS TAKEN ON SUCH A LIFE OF ITS OWN THAT IT'S JUST BEEN ALMOST UNBELIEVABLE. ))
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The message to parents:
This school is safe.
And any prankster who tries to convince his peers otherwise will face serious consequences.
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Two students have already been arrested for making bomb threats.
Tonight at six we'll hear more about how police and administrators are cracking down ... and a parent's concern about safety at school.
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The recent bomb threats and rumors have led to an unusually large number of telephone calls and e-mails to us, either in support of or against news coverage.
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Some people think it's a bad idea. Here's one e-mail: "The news media .. has planted ideas in the minds of our young people.
For some, these have ONLY BEEN "those of fear" --a fear that has turned school from a place of learning and growth to a place where one must live in constant fear for their life." [Pinnacle Page 2]
But far more people ask us to continue coverage. Here's one example: "Please, please, for the parents sake, don't stop reporting on the schools. Most of the time, the news reporting about the schools is the only way parents can get information." [Pinnacle Page 3]
Tonight at 6, News 7 will present in-depth coverage: what is fiction, what is fact, and what might end this cycle of threats, rumors and fear.
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Coming up next on the newscast, protesters gather at the annual meeting of Virginia's largest cigarette maker,
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And firefighters have to deal with problems as a Bedford landmark is destroyed by flames today.
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On Health Check, a Boston hospital admits made a life threatening mistake in diagnosing 19 cases of prostate cancer.
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and Patrick Evans kicks off the gardening season. [sponsor]
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A Bedford County flea market and produce stand went up in flames today.
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No one was hurt in the fire, but the Yard Sale House in Stewartsville was gutted.
It took firefighters about two hours to get it under control.
At one point the fire truck was so hot, they had to hose it down.
Firefighters say a lack of water and manpower hampered their efforts.
The closest hydrant was three miles away in Roanoke County.
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"It's time for our critics to acknowledge how much we're doing."
Those words today from the CEO of the nation's largest cigarette maker.
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Ellen Qualls is at the Philip Morris plant in south Richmond, where shareholders from across the world gathered today for their annual meeting.
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Jean, those who make their living off the tobacco industry may have thought a national settlement between states and tobacco companies would be good news.
Philip Morris CEO Geoffrey Bible told shareholders today the company's still got to hunker down for the future.
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(( But for the first time ever, Philip Morris is running TV ads aimed at keeping teens away from cigarettes.
Health activists say nice try... but not enough.
The only way to get kids NOT to smoke is to gross them out.
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((ANOTHER LECTURE THAT I GIVE IS GOING "WHAT IS THAT SMELL?" OR "ARE YOUR TEETH THAT YELLOW? MY GOSH YOU'RE ONLY 15."))
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((ED SWEDA/TOBACCO PRODUCTS LIABILITY PROJECT: THESE ADS ARE EXCEPTIONALLY WEAK. THEY DO NOT ADDRESS THE FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES OF ADDICTION AND DAMAGE TO PEOPLE'S HEALTH.))
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CEO Geoffrey Bible was angry, saying "I reject the idea that no matter what we do we must be doing something wrong."
He may have won over 13 year old Kendra Banks who came from Seattle to join protesters telling Philip Morris shareholders that their products kill.
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We're going to have to wait to see if our April Showers will bring May Flowers, but one thing we know for sure, we'll have some gardening tips up next as Patrick Evans kicks off this season's Growin' It.

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Despite the cold, dreary weather, the lawn and garden are top priority for many as we head toward May.
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Today Patrick Evans takes us to a place where you can get hands on help when it comes to getting more out of your grass and garden.
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Today in Sports, a major league manager is about to step down. Mike Stevens will tell us who it is in Sports.
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On health check -- a hospital admits its mistake kept 19 men from getting needed treatment for prostate cancer for years,
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And recovering drug addicts are telling their stories to help the Governor's Commission on Community and Inpatient Care provide better treatment for substance abuse.
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((PHILIP WRIGHT: AT 29 YEARS OF AGE I'D BEEN THROUGH 4 DIFFERENT TREATMENT CENTERS, SOME HERE IN THE VALLEY IN ROANOKE, SOME IN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.))
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A hospital in suburban Boston has admitted 19 men were misdiagnosed on their prostate cancer exams.
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The men were mistakenly told they were cancer free when in fact they had the disease.
Because of the errors, the cancers were left untreated for years, perhaps lowering their chances of survival.
A pathologist at Sturdy Memorial Hospital apparently misread the men's biopsies between 1995 and 1997.
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((DR. BRUCE AUERBACH-HOSPITAL ASST. DIRECTOR:OUR HIGHEST PRIORITY HAS BEEN AND CONTINUES TO BE TO PROVIDE THE BEST TREATMENT FOR OUR PATIENTS WE DEEPLY REGRET THE ERRORS MADE THIS HAS BEEN DEVASTATING FOR EVERYONE.))
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Two hundred 79 tests were reviewed and 19 cases were found to be inaccurate.
Another 15 thousand cases are now going to be reviewed as a precaution.

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Governor Gilmore's Commission on substance abuse is in Roanoke today studying ways to make treatment more effective.
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Recovering addicts testified before the Hammond Commission at a meeting in the Crystal Towers Building in downtown Roanoke. They told stories about how substance abuse treatment programs saved their lives. Philip Wright started using drugs at 15, now at 31 he's been clean for two years.
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((PHILIP WRIGHT: PRIOR TO MAKING IT BLUE RIDGE COMMUNITY SERVICES I HAD A DIVORCE, LOST MY CHILDREN, MANY JOBS, I COULDN'T HOLD A JOB. WHEN I MADE IT HERE TO BLUE RIDGE COMMUNITY SERVICES I WENT INTO AN INPATIENT PROGRAM WHERE I ACTUALLY LIVED IN A FACILITY FOR THIRTY DAYS.))
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The Commission wants to strengthen the services that helped Wright overcome addiction.
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((CATHERINE HAMMOND/CHAIRMAN HAMMOND COMMISSION: ONE OF THE PROGRAMS HERE IS ROANOKE THAT HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL IS THE DAY PROGRAM WHERE CLIENTS CALL IN TO MAKE SURE THAT THEIR SUPERVISION IS SUCCESSFUL.))
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The commitee ultimately will use the information they gathered today to make recommendations to the Governor for budgetary and program matters.

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Doctors think they have found yet another health benefit of aspirin.
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It may help infertile couples conceive. For the same reason aspirin can save your life in a heart attack, it may help create life.
Aspirin is a blood thinner and keeps blood vessels open.
Low dose aspirin is given to some pregnant women to prevent miscarriage by keeping the blood flowing to a fetus.
But a new study suggests it can actually help conception.
It shows aspirin doesn't just improve blood flow to the uterus, it improves the flow to the ovaries as well.
That could lead them to produce more and better eggs.
The research found women getting infertility treatment produced twice as many eggs when given low dose aspirin.
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While some doctors say a baby aspirin once a day may help women conceive, they say as a rule if couples try for half a year without success, it is a good idea to see a specialist.

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Pregnant women will be offered more options with the help of Planned Parenthood and Children's Home Society of Virginia.
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Roanoke's Planned Parenthood is working with the Home Society to offer adoption services at their medical clinics.

This is the only formal relationship of its kind in the United States where adoption and abortion services will be available under one roof.
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TO HELP THEM GET PRENATAL CARE, HELP THEM TO START THINKING ABOUT THEIR DECISION MUCH QUICKER THAN AFTER THE BABY IS HERE A REALITY AND TO MAKE A BETTER PLAN FOR HERSELF AND HER CHILD.)
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Adoption services will be available at the Roanoke Planned Parenthood beginning May 6 and expand to the Blacksburg center this summer. [2-Shot-Toss]
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Today in Sports, the Yankees could be about to switch managers.
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With that and news from the Express. Here's Mike Stevens.[S5-Coaches]


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Welcome folks to the Thursday ticker.
Already this afternoon a number game are over
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in the major leagues.
The Astros, Cubs, Dodgers, Rockies and the Devil Rays have all picked up wins. The Yankees play in Texas later tonight.
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And reports today out of the big apple indicate that Yankees' coach Don Zimmer will likely retire after tonight's game with the Rangers.
Zimmer, who has been serving as the Yanks interim manager while Joe Torre recovers from prostate cancer, has chronic knee problems.
It is believed that Torre will resume his mangerial duties this Friday in Kansas City.
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Elsewhere from the coaching front, the Washington Wizards of the NBA have spoken to Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim about their coaching vacancy.
Boeheim has said he would like to someday coach in the NBA, but you have think it would be tough to leave Syaracuse.
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And as expected today, the Hockey Hall of Fame selection committee voted unanimously to eliminate the usual three year waiting period in order to speed up the induction of Wayne Gretzky.
The move will allow Gretzky to enter the hall of fame later this year in November.
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We are just about 24 hours away from face off for Northern Conference semifinals between the Roanoke Express and the Richmond Renegades. Defense truly does win championships. The four teams remaining in the post season are among the top defensive clubs in the ECHL. Roanoke expects a tough series against the Gades.
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After getting rained out last night, the Salem Avalanche will be back in the home yard tonight taking on the Winston-Salem Warthogs at 7.
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When we come back at six, we'll hear Dale Earnhardt who is celebrating his 48th birthday today.
Jean will wraup News 7 at Five right after this break.
Take Care everybody. [go to break]

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A Bristol, Virginia woman has used her Red Cross training to save the life of her Sweetie Pie.
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Mildred Bickley learned the Heimleich Maneuver several years ago. Little did she know she would have to use it on her Yorkshire terrier puppy.
When Sweetie Pie began choking on part of a ball point pen, the former nurse took action.
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((SHE WAS KIND OF COUGHING AND I WAS RUBBING HER SIDE AND I HAPPENED TO FEEL AN OBJECT DOWN IN HER THROAT. I WAS TALKING TO THE GIRL AT THE RED CROSS AND SAID I HAD TO GET OFF THE PHONE. SWEETIE PIE IS CHOKING. SHE WASN'T GETTING ANY AIR AT ALL.))
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Bickley wasn't sure if the maneuver would work on the little dog, but she says she had to try.
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((WELL I JUST THOUGHT YOU WOULD DO IT LIKE YOU WOULD A HUMAN BEING. I DIDN'T CALL THE VET BECAUSE I DIDN'T HAVE TIME AND SHE DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO GET THERE. AFTER I DONE IT, I DID CALL THE VET AND SHE SAID IT WAS PERFECTLY FINE.))
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Bickley has been a volunteer with the Red Cross for 12 years and she says that's what helped her save her little friend's life.
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