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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... U-S apologies aren't enough for many angry Chinese.
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And the revenuers may be done with their big moonshine bust, but processing all the evidence is just beginning.
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[ANCHOR tag anchor]
Thousands gathered outside the U-S embassy in Beijing today to protest the NATO bombing of China's embassy on Friday.
At times the demonstrations became violent and police reinenforcements were called in after American officials complained they weren't getting enough protection.
Dave Browde has more on the situation.
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[SUPER=03-Belgrade, Yugoslavia/Yesterday; :27]
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((SUPER: BEIJING/THIS MORNING NATS UP: DEMONSTRATORS (CHANTING)
NARR: The angry demonstrations at the American embassy in Beijing have continued into a second day. Protestors had to be pushed back by police as they hurled rocks, bottles and set small fires. In Chengdu, in southwest China, the American consulate and the consul general's residence were set ablaze, though no one was reported injured in any of the incidents.
SUPER: BELGRADE/SATURDAY (PUNCH) SERBIAN TV NARR: The protests followed the mistaken NATO raid on the Chinese embassy in Belgrade. The New York Times reports this morning that the CIA wrongly identified the embassy building as the headquarters of the Yugoslavian military supply agency.
SUPER: BELGRADE/FRIDAY NIGHT NARR: The NATO raid killed at least three Chinese. President Clinton apologized for it but rejected criticism - saying that should be saved for Slobodon Milosovic and his ethnic cleansing policy.
SUPER: DEL CITY, OKLAHOMA/SATURDAY
SOT CLINTON: "It's tragic, it's awful, but it's a tragedy and it was an

accident. What is barbaric is the intentional ethnic cleansing that he has provoked for a decade now."
NARR: Not only did the raid on Belgrade hit the Chinese embassy by mistake, it missed another of its prime targets. While the hotel Yugoslavia was set on fire and heavily damaged, that bombing run -400 yards from the embassy- was aimed at a paramilitary group called "Arkan's Tigers" .. who'd reportedly used the hotel as a headquarters. "Arkan" not only survived, he came to the Chinese embassy to denounce the NATO attack.
SUPER: ZELJKO RAZNATOVIC/"ARKAN"
SOT: "It is not only aggression any more against Yugoslavian people,

this is now aggression against Chinese people."
SUPER: AVIANO AIR BASE, ITALY/LAST NIGHT NARR: NATO said the military raids would continue despite the embassy bombing blunder. They did - in other parts of Yugoslavia - but last night no strikes inside Belgrade were reported. Dave Browde, CBS News, New York ))
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The U-S is closing all diplomatic offices in China tomorrow and Tuesday, except in Hong Kong, where only a small group of demonstrators threw eggs at the U-S Embassy today.

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It's being called one of the biggest moonshine busts in history....and it happened here in Southwestern Virginia.

Here's a look at one of the suspected moonshining operations authorities raided.
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((These empty stills are all that's left of a moonshine operation in Craig County that was going full steam Friday.
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((SHERIFF B.B. MCPHERSON/CRAIG CO.: TWO STILLS HERE ON THE END WERE IN OPERATION. AND THEY WERE PROBABLY PUTTING OUT STREAMS PROBABLY AN INCH OUT OF EACH STILL THAT WAS STILL OPERATING AT THE TIME WE CAME IN. THE LIQUOR WAS REALLY FLOWING.)) [RUNS15]
That bust was just one of several raids in Pittsylvania, Franklin and Craig counties that ended an 8-month investigation. Agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and state officials executed 10 search warrants in those three counties.
They say they've uncovered an illegal liquor-manufacturing empire that produced an estimated 7-million dollars worth of moonshine in just four years.
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((SHERIFF B.B. MCPHERSON/CRAIG CO.: FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND, THIS IS THE SECOND BIGGEST STILL THAT HAS EVER BEEN CONFISCATED HERE IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. ))
Authorities say the hub of the operation was here at the Helms Farmers Exchange Warehouse in Rocky Mt. They say that the warehouse was "the largest distributor of raw materials" used to make moonshine in the U-S.))
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YESTERDAY, CRAIG COUNTY OFFICIALS SAID THAT THIS SERIES OF RAIDS TOOK A MAJOR BITE OUT OF THE ENTIRE MOONSHINE INDUSTRY....THE LIKES OF WHICH HAS RARELY BEEN SEEN SINCE PROHIBITION.
AGENTS WILL CONTINUE TO INVESTIGATE AND PACK UP THE EVIDENCE FROM THE STILLS OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.
THEY SAY INDICTMENTS AGAINST THE SUSPECTED MOONSHINERS ARE FORTHCOMING

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President Clinton promised aide to tornado ravage Oklahoma.
The president toured the area yesterday.
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He promised victims 12-million dollars in federal aid and plans to ask congress for an additional 372-million.
But the damage estimate is already at one billion dollars--and climbing.
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((GINA REYES/ALLSTATE INSURANCE: I HAVE WRITTEN CHECKS IN THE LAST COUPLE OF DAYS FROM 25-HUNDRED DOLLARS TO 19-THOUSAND DOLLARS JUST TO GET PEOPLE STARTED.))
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In some areas, the damage is so bad, the only way a family can identify their house is by the insurance company sign in the front yard.
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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning,

In Sports.......the Lady Hokies had to win twice to earn a spot in today's championship game against U-Mass.
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AND- Coming up in this week's Virginia Newsreel. We look at how a drought affected the Carvins Cove reservoir and the Roanoke area nearly 20 years ago.

but first here are the lottery numbers.....
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The first week of May was all about helping children with health problems in Southwest Virginia. Tonya Flory takes a look at the top medical stories in Health Check.
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The Mental Health Association of Roanoke Valley put on a week of events for Childhood Depression including the release of 250 bright green balloons into the sky at Fallon Park Elementary. The second and fourth graders let the balloons go in honor of Childhood Depression Awareness Day -- as a symbol of hope.
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The Association also hosted the national leader to talk to the community about how to stop teen violence. President Mike Faenza told school counselors and police officers as well as juvenile justice workers that schools need more mental health workers. He says tragedies like the Columbine High School shootings could be avoided if teenagers had a better support system.
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And Lynchburg residents are raising money to help a little girl smile. Courtney Mayberry suffers from a rare disorder that effects her nerves preventing her from blinking, moving her eyes from side to side -- and smiling. Three construction associations are trying to fund the four delicate surgeries that will correct Courtney's problem.
"Project Build A Smile" has six weeks to come up with 75- thousand dollars.
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((ED CRAIGHILL/AGC PRESIDENT: IT'S A MUCH BIGGER THING PROBABLY THAN ANYBODY HERE HAS EVER BEEN INVOLVED IN TO CONSTRUCT, CERTAINLY WE DO HAVE TO PASS IT ON DOWN TO THE MAGICAL HANDS OF THE DOCTOR IN NORFOLK, BUT IN A WAY THE ANALOGY IS 'CONSTRUCT A SMILE'.)) [RUNS14]
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Tonya Flory, New 7, Health Check.))

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April Showers bring May flowers, but so far nothing is helping the situation at Carvins Cove Reservoir not even Friday's rain. Roanoke City water officials said last week mandatory water restrictions MAY be placed on residents if there is not significant rainfall this month.
This is not the first time the reservoir has been so low. A drought in the early 80's sent the water level to 23 feet below full pond. In this week's Virginia Newsreel, Chief Meterologist Robin Reed looks back to the early 80's-- when Carvin's Cove was at its lowest.
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(( Carvins Cove reservoir was up to full pond for the first 5 months of 1980. This was normal, since the reservoir often fills up during January and February. But by the end of May, the water level dropped off and continued to do so until May 1981. Rains helped a little, but not enough. By the end of December, the water level dropped to 23 feet below full pond.
Everyone was affected. The lack of rain hurt farmers who lost 53-million dollars on corn, soybeans and peanuts. Residents were placed under water restrictions. Although they still had water other residents were not so lucky. In the Catawba section of Roanoke County, some wells went dry. Most of the residents lived to far from the county's central well system. This meant they had either had to dig a new well or make do without water.
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((I EXPECT IT IS GETTING LOW THIS SPRING IN PARTICULAR....well have you heard a lot of talk from people coming in and out of here that they are having problems with it....YES QUITE A FEW OF THEM ARE HAVING PROBLEMS)) [RUNS10]
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Even people that had water experienced problems. In September of 1981, residents noticed their water had a bad taste and foul odor. Roanoke City officials said the drought was to blame. Low water levels at Carvins Cove aggravated an algae problem.
But there was a light at the end of tunnel. Significant precipitation arrived in the New Year and brought Carvins Cove back up to full pond by March 1982. For the first time in almost 2 years, water flowed over the spillway.
That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Robin Reed.))



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American Eletric Power slides back to square one, Big changes at Trigon, and S and S cafeteria says they will stay in Roanoke at least through the end of the year.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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American Electric Power turned over to the state its analysis of a new route for a high-voltage power line.
AEP said a line running to Jacksons Ferry won't protect the power supply as well as a line running to Cloverdale.
Ultimately the state decides if and where the line should be built. [from 599-3 at 52:35]
Trigon Blue Cross Blue Shield is dropping the part of its business that processes Medicare claims ... and in the process, it's dropping 145-people from its workforce.
The health-care provider said filing claims for the federal government was slowing the company's growth. [99-24 at 5:09]
It's the end of the Rainbo and there's no pot of gold for the 60 people who work there.
They found out this week they'll lose their jobs when the Roanoke bakery stops making bread this July. [99-17 at 16:40]
S and S Cafeteria has been open for 20 years and wants its Roanoke customers to know it's still cookin.'
The cafeteria's lease was set to expire in June.
But S and S worked out an extension and will keep serving through December. [99-11 at 43:05]
A short time in the future at a theater not so far away, you'll be able to watch Star Wars -- The Phantom Menance.
But if you can't wait for opening night, you can get your fix by getting your hands on the action figures.
They went on sale this week. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
On Wall Street, the Dow climbed 243 points to a new record this week.
The Nasdaq slipped 39.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning ...... NATO bombed their embassy, and many Chinese are angry.
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And the first woman gets her diploma from The Citadel.
we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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The U-S will close its embassies in China on Monday and Tuesday because of the violent demonstration protesting NATO's bombing of the Chinese Embassy.
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More than 10-housand protestors gathered out side the embassy.
They're angry over NATO's attack on the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade.
Police in riot gear are standing in front of the building. But at the same time, the Chinese government is also busing in. protesters.
Meanwhile, a group of Chinese officials arrived in Belgrade today to investigate the embassy attack.
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In Chicago yesterday, the Reverend Jesse Jackson told supporters at Rainbow/PUSH he was still available to help broker a peace initiative for Kosovo and Yugoslavia.
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Jackson advocates a pull-back of Serbian troops from Kosovo and a 2 day cessation of bombing by NATO warplanes.


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The House this week approved 13 billion dollars for the air strikes in Kosovo and other military needs.
Western Virginia's congressmen were split on the measure.
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The Kosovo appropriations bill passed by a big margin, 311 to 105.
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It won the support of Democrat Rick Boucher and Republican Bob Goodlatte.
Democrat Virgil Goode voted no.
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Over in the Senate, a bill to deregulate the financial industry was approved, 54 to 44.
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Democrat Chuck Robb voted no.
Republican John Warner voted yes.
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Governor Jim Gilmore spent part of the weekend wrapping up some unfinished business..... he signed 16 bills and vetoed 11. Yesterday was the deadline for Gilmore to either veto those bills entirely or sign them without the amendments he wanted. Among those vetoed was a bill that would have boosted trash dumping fees to raise money for leaking landfills.
But, he signed a bill giving automatic bonuses to teachers who get certified by a national teaching quality board.

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The first female cadet graduated from the Citadel yesterday.
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The occasion ended the male-only tradition which spanned more than 150 years.
Nanchy Mace graduated magna cum laude in business administration.
Mace received her degree from her father, Emory, the school's commandant of cadets.
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Several Bedford school children spent the weekend learning about school security.
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Yesterday, kids from six area schools came to Liberty High School for talks with school and law enforcement officials about how to keep their schools safe.
But there were also plenty of races, crafts and games to make the lesson more fun.
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((JOHN EGGLESTON/LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL: WHAT WE WANT THEM TO DO IS LEAVE HERE AND TELL A FRIEND, "I HAD A GOOD TIME AT LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL. WE LEARNED THAT IF A STUDENT IN MY CLASS HAS A GUN, WE KNOW WHAT TO DO, IF A KID HAS A GUN, IF A KID HAS A KNIFE." SO THAT'S WHAT WE WANT TO DO IS SEND THEM BACK WITH A POSITIVE MESSAGE OF LEARNING THROUGH HAVING A GOOD TIME.)) 13:39:12
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Organizers say more than one-thousand people showed up for the event.
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Still to come on News 7.......

In sports, A Roanoke coach makes an impression on his students on and off the playing field. We will tell you more about Moir Hill coming up in sports extra.

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and --if you are a fan of North Carolina style barbeque, grab napkin and get ready for this week's Virginia Profiles. Stacey Martin talks to the owner of Pete's Barbeque Station in just a few minutes. but first if you are traveling.....


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A North Carolina native living in Lexington has quite a reputation for his barbeque.
Stacey Martin recently spent took in the ambience at Pete's Barbeque Station and has more in this week's Virginia Profiles.

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((Colonel Cash Koeniger is one of many area residents who's become a regular lunchtime customer at Pete's Barbeque Station.
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Pete Harris says he specializes in North Carolina-style barbeque beef and pork that takes a total of seven to eight hours everyday to cook and prepare.
But, the secret to the seasoning is in his sauce which he perfected several years ago while growing up in North Carolina.
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Of course he won't reveal much about his secret sauce except some of its fundamentals.
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He even uses the sauce to add special flavor to certain side dishes including potatoes and baked beans.
The sauce took him more than 10 years to perfect but it took Harris a while longer to convince Lexington locals to give it a try.
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((PETE HARRIS:BARBEQUE DIDN'T REALLY GO OVER TOO WELL IN THIS AREA UNTIL ABOUT 15 YEARS AGO--PEOPLE GOT TO EATING BARBEQUE.)) [RUNS13]
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His menu hasn't changed in the five years since he's been at this location along Main Street.
And, though competition from other fast food restaurants is increasing, he's decided to stick with what he knows best.
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((PETE HARRIS:I DECIDED THAT WHEN I COME HERE TO JUST GO WITH BARBEQUE INSTEAD OF TRYING TO HAVE STEAK AND OTHER ITEMS BECAUSE WE GOT PLENTY OF FAST FOOD RESTAURANTS TO GET YOUR HAMBURGERS AND HOT DOGS, FRIED CHICKEN AND WHAT NOT.)) [RUNS24]
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Pete's Barbeque Station is open from 11 to 6 everyday except Sundays and Mondays.
Stacey Martin, News 7 Lexington.))

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Moir Hill has spent most of the past four decades coaching and teaching Roanoke City School Children.
Along the way there have been many championships, but his students say their fondest memories aren't just the wins,
its what Coach Hill did off the field that impacted them the most.
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After 35 years, this is Moir Hill's last baseball season, his last year at the head of the class.
Burnout was never a problem.
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Moir taught this group of men from 1975 through '84 at what was then Breckinridge Junior High.
He coached some of them in football and basketball as well as on the diamond.
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Coach Hill and his Andrew Jackson Middle School Team won his last game.






[Ebert-Picks]


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If you like Reese Witherspoon or Sean Connery there are 2 movies at theaters for you this weekend. Roger Ebert recommends both-- Here are his top three picks.

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You can see Roger Ebert's reviews today at Eleven here on Your Hometown Station. [2-shot toss to bump]