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Today on News 7, attornies for convicted murderer Calvin Swann say they want to keep a mentally ill man from being executed.
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and a supermarket chain officially pulls out of the area as Harris Teeter closes it doors.
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Kind of a lazy weather day. Sunny skies and temperatures near 80. More of the same tomorrow.

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A new type of cancer therapy is showing promising results for a Roanoke woman.
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Plus -- plastic surgeons at Lewis-Gale Clinic are turning back the clock with a new skin treatment.
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((WE HAVE SEEN NO EVIDENCE OF A PARTIAL PULLOUT.))
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Yugoslavia may be talking about a partial pullout from Kosovo- but as the United States and NATO see it, nothing has changed.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
While the bombing continues in Belgrade, the protests also continue in Beijing.
The Chinese aren't in a hurry to forgive the U-S for its accidental bombing of the Chinese Embassy-
Lisa Hughes reports.
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[SUPER=01-Madeleine Albright/Secretary of State;]
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((CBS News has obtained this exclusive video_smuggled out of the U-S embassy in China while demonstrators pelted the building with rocks and concrete.
Not even President Clinton's apology was enough to put an end to the protests. For a fourth day_Chinese demonstrators chanted anti-American slogans and destroyed an American flag. Testifying before a Senate committee_Defense Secretary William Cohen apologized again_calling the bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade a big mistake. WILLIAM COHEN, SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, MANY OF CHINA'S PEOPLE ARE JUSTIFIABLY ANGRY IN TERMS OF WHAT HAPPENED. BUT WE MUST KEEP IN MIND THEY HAVE SEEN A VERY SMALL PART OF THE PICTURE. ...and only the part of the picture the Chinese government WANTS its people to see. Cohen says they haven't seen the full effect of ethnic cleansing in Kosovo nor the violence committed by the Yugoslav army. The UN refugee agency says it's running out of money to deal with the crisis. _and tensions are growing in overcrowded camps. MADELEINE ALBRIGHT, SECRETARY OF STATE, I WOULD LIKE TO TALK WITH YOU ABOUT PEACE. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright taped this address for the Serbian people. Whether they'll ever hear it is unclear. Their leader is getting a strong message. NATO says it puts no stock in reports of a partial troop withdrawal from Kosovo and has no plans to stop the bombing. Jamie Shea/NATO Spokesman IT IS UP TO MILOSEVIC TO DEMONSTRATE THROUGH DEEDS AND NOT JUST WORDS THAT HE IS READY TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF THE INTERNATIONAL. HUGHES.))

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The shelves are bare and now the doors are locked at one of this area's more popular grocery stores.
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Harris Teeter officially bagged it today.
The grocery store-chain sold eleven of its stores to Kroger -- including two in Roanoke and three in Lynchburg.
Kroger will take over sometime in the next week.
Today, Harris Teeter employees said good-bye.
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((MICHAEL PRESTON: IT WAS A REAL SAD DAY. IF I TOLD YOU I WASN'T GOING TO MISS IT, I'D BE LYING. THE BEST 10 MONTHS OF MY LIFE WERE SPENT WORKING AT HARRIS TEETER. NANCY HILL: IF I KEEP TALKING I'LL PROBABLY CRY. JUST WANT TO TELL YOU ALL HI AND I'LL MISS YOU ALL.))
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Kroger said it talked to 90 percent of Harris Teeter employees about working at the new stores...
Half of those interviewed accepted jobs at Kroger. Some opted for transfers to Harris Teeter stores in North Carolina -- even though they didn't want to leave Roanoke.
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((MICHELE KNIGHT: BUT I'M NOT MOVING TWO STATES AWAY, I'M MOVING TWO HOURS AWAY. WE'LL COME BACK AND VISIT.))
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Two of the eleven Harris Teeters -- one in Lynchburg and one in Martinsville -- will stay closed after the Kroger takeover.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Calvin Eugene Swann is scheduled to be executed tomorrow night for a 1992 murder in Danville.
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But today, his New York attorneys made the case to Governor Gilmore's legal counsel that Swann is mentally ill.
Swann's been diagnosed by state physicians 41 times as schizophrenic and 31 times as pyschotic.
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((VAL MARSH/ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL: AS FAR AS I'M CONCERNED, HE'S ONE OF THE MOST DISABLE PERSONS, HAS ONE OF THE MOST SEVERE FORMS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA THAT I HAVE EVER READ ABOUT.))
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((JOHN HOWLEY/SWANN'S ATTORNEY: LAST WEEK I SPOKE WITH THE PROSECUTOR IN DANVILLE WHO TRIED THIS CASE. AND HE TOLD THAT WHAT THE WASHINGTON POST REPORTED HIM SAYING WAS TRUE. IF AT THE TIME HE HAD HAD THE OPTION OF LIFE WITHOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF PAROLE, THAT'S WHAT HE WOULD HAVE DONE IN THIS CASE. SO WE'RE NOT ASKING THE GOVERNOR TO DO ANYTHING DIFFERENT THAN WHAT THE PROSECUTOR WANTED TO DO BACK THEN BUT COULDN'T.))
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Danville prosecutor Bill Fuller could NOT be reached for comment.
Governor Gilmore is expected to review Swann's clemency request tomorrow afternoon.
Swann shot and killed 62- year old Conway Richter during a robbery of Richter's home in 1992.



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Still to come on the newscast, a local company prepares for a big expansion,
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and we'll tell you why voters in California are deciding if some coats should come with warning labels.
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On Health Check, we'll have an update on a local woman who is helping doctors test a revolutionary new cancer drug.
[ANCHOR=Jean 2shot]

and Patrick Evans takes a look at the history of Baseball in the Valley. [closed captionsponsor]

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It was three years ago that aValujet plane crashed in the Florida Everglades.
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Today about 150 relatives of the victims gathered in Everglades National Park to remember.
A new memorial has been built in the sawgrass- It features 110 columns arranged on a triangular platform- in memory of the 110 people killed in the crash.
One woman who lost her parents in the crash says the structure is meant to signify the rise of the victims souls and the fateful fall of the plane.
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Fur coats could be the next thing to require warning labels.
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Residents of Beverly Hills, California are voting on a measure that would force furriers to place tags on coats and stoles.
The labels would explain how the animals were killed.
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(LUKE MONTGOMERY/ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVIST: FOLKS WANT TO BUY FUR COATS THAT'S FINE, BUT PEOPLE CERTAINLY HAVE A RIGHT TO

KNOW IF THE COATTHEY'RE BUYING WAS MADE FROM ANIMALS THAT WERE CLUBBED TO DEATH OR ELECTROCUTED OR CAUGHT IN THOSE STEEL JAWED LEG HOLD TRAPS.)
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Furriers say the measure is just another attempt by animal activists to hurt the industry.
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((KEITH KAPLAN/FUR ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: WHERE DOES IT STOP? WHEN YOU WALK INTO A RESTAURANT AND THERE'S MEAT ON THE MENU-- DO YOU EXPECT YOUR WAITER TO KNOW HOW THE COW LIVED AND HOW THE COW WAS MANAGED? IT'S PRETTY UNREASONABLE.))
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Even if the label law passes, Beverly Hills officials say they don't plan to enforce it.
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In a matter of months, Rowe Furniture will become one of Montgomery County's largest employers.
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A ground breaking was held today to welcome the furniture manufacturer to the Elliston-Lafayette Industrial Park.
Rowe Furniture is building a 15- million dollar facility at the site to replace its existing plant in Salem which the company says it's outgrown.
Montgomery County officials say they're fortunate they secured the deal, which is expected to eventually create 170- new jobs.
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((BOB ISNER/MONTGOMERY CO. ECONOMIC DEV. DIRECTOR: IT WILL BE A SIGNIFICANT INDUSTRY FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, ONE OF OUR LARGEST EMPLOYERS ONCE IT RELOCATES AND ITS DEFINITELY THE ANCHOR FOR THE ELLISTON LAFAYETTE INDUSTRIAL PARK AREA, SO WE'RE VERY EXCITED TO HAVE THEM.))
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Rowe officials say one reason they chose the site is its close proximity to the Salem plant, since about 600 of its workers will be transferring to the new site.
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Long-time Roanoke delegate Vic Thomas was honored today for his work benefiting the sport fishermen of Virginia.

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Local and state officials cut the ribbon on a new striped bass fish hatchery in Brookneal which bears Thomas' name.
The 2-point-7 million- dollar facility replaces the old hatchery built in 1958, which was flooded out several times.
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((GARY MARTEL/CHIEF OF FISHERIES DIVISION: WHAT THIS HATCHERY DOES IS IT ENSURES US THE ABILITY TO CONTINUE TO RAISE STRIPED BASS AS A PREDOMINANT GAME FISH, A MAJOR SPORT FISH IN VIRGINIA. AS MOST OF THE PEOPLE AROUND HERE KNOW, IT'S BEEN REALLY DEPENDENT ON THE WEATHER AND THE CLIMATE AS TO WHETHER OR NOT WE GET TO RAISE FISH.))
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The hatchery will produce 20 to 25 million hatched fish every year.
Striped bass from there are used to stock Smith Mountain Lake, Claytor Lake and Leesville Lake.
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Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but you'll have to forgive the city of Salem if it has a warm spot in its heart for the kind they play baseball on.
Patrick Evans is getting ready to show us how the city is celebrating its involvement with the sport.
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Professional Baseball has been a part of the Roanoke Valley since 1887, and it is an indelible part of Americana.


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A new exhibit at the Salem Museum traces the history of baseball from the Civil War to the present day, and we're going to pitch things to Patrick Evans, who says the exhibit is a home-run.
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There is good News for local NASCAR driver Rick Mast. Steve Mason will let us know what it is today in Sports.
[ANCHOR=Tonya]

Coming up next on health check -- Lewis-Gale Clinic is offering a new treatment to give patients healthy skin.
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And experimental cancer drugs are shrinking the tumor that was causing a Roanoke woman to go blind.
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((LINDA WILLIAMS/PATIENT: WHEN I CAME HERE MY VISION WAS PROBABLY 20/40 AND THE LAST TIME I WENT TO THE EYE DOCTOR IT WAS 20/20.))
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This week last year a new class of cancer fighting drugs were introduced called angiogenesis inhibitors -- they worked on mice. Now a Roanoke woman is pioneering medical research by becoming one of the first humans to test SU 5416.
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We first met Linda Williams in March as she was preparing to undergo testing with the experimental drugs in Boston.
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She is now at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and so far, her condition is improving.
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((LINDA WILLIAMS/PATIENT: WHEN I CAME HERE I WAS WEARING GLASSES AND I DIDN'T GO ANYWHERE WITHOUT THEM AND IN THE PAST COUPLE OF WEEKS I HAVE LET GO OF THE GLASSES AND I'M FOCUSING A LOT BETTER, BOTH CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL.))
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Williams suffers from a rare genetic disease called Von-Hippel Lindau. It causes tumors to grow uncontrollably in her eyes, brain, kidney, pancreas, adrenal glands and on her spine.
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She has been getting injections of SU 5416 for the past few weeks. It takes about three hours to take the drugs with the chemotherapy -- and they do cause side effects.
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[IN Q=I had nausea]

((LINDA WILLIAMS/PATIENT: I HAD NAUSEA AND A HEADACHE AND WITH MEDICATION THAT WAS TREATABLE AND PLENTY OF REST AND I SLEEP AND THE NEXT DAY I TRY TO GET UP AND MAKE MYSELF GO.))
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[VO NAT] Linda still has a long way to go and doctors at Dana Farber are still cautiously optimistic. Doctors say if the drug is successful in treating Linda's V-H-L, it could be the cure for all types of cancer.
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Plastic Surgeons at Lewis-Gale Clinic are using a new tool to treat fine lines and wrinkles, minimize sun damage and brown spots as well acne and chickenpox scars. The Ultrapeel was introduced in the Roanoke Valley about a month ago and already patients are seeing amazing results.


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[OUT Q=feels good now.]
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((ROSLYN FITZWATER/PATIENT: AFTER HAVING CHILDREN, I HAD THE PREGNANCY MASK, IT MADE DARK SPOTS ON MY FACE AND I HAD HEARD OF SOMETHING CALLED A MICROPEEL AND WHEN I CAME IN AND SPOKE TO THE DOCTOR THEY DIDN'T THINK IT WOULD DO THE TRICK, SO WE DECIDED TO TRY THIS.)) [RUNS:10]
[OUT Q=to try this]

The Ultrapeel is stronger than a chemical peel, but for problems that aren't deep enough for laser treatment. First the skin is cleaned and prepped, then the process begins.
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((FEEL A LITTLE BIT OF STINGING.)) [RUNS:05] The ultrapeel uses microfine crystals to exfoliate and smooth rough or damaged skin by peeling it layer by layer. The device uses suction as crystals pass over the area taking off just the top layers of skin.
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((DR. ERIC DESMAN/PLASTIC SURGEON: IT'S MUCH MORE CONTROLLED THAN OUR PREVIOUS TYPES OF DERMABRASION AS FAR AS GETTING INTO THE DEPTHS OF THE SKIN AND IT'S CERTAINLY NOT AS MESSY AS OLD TYPES OF DERMABRASION.)) [RUNS:10]
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After the treatment the face is cleaned again and dry ice cools and softens the skin.
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[RUNS:02] Patients can put on make up to cover pinkness immediately. Doctor Desman says that goes away in a few days.
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((ROSLYN FITZWATER/ULTRAPEEL PATIENT: IT WAS OKAY, IT STUNG A LITTLE, BUT IT WASN'T AS BAD AS I THOUGHT IT MIGHT BE, IT FEELS GOOD NOW.)) [RUNS:05]
[OUT Q=feels good now]))
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The total cost for all four treatments is 450 dollars.
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Today in Sports, Rick Mast finally gets a sponsor,
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With that, Here's Steve Mason.[S5-Mast]


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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Tuesday ticker. lets rev things up on the track.
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Rockbridge Baths own Rick Mast has landed a sponsor for the time being.
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[SUPER=03-Bristol, TN/April 9;]


Hobas Pipe of Houston will sponsor the number 98 Ford for three races starting this weekend in Richmond for the Pontiac Excitement 400. The deal will also include the Winston Open Qualifier, the Coca-Cola 600 and possibly the Winston All-Star race at Charlotte.
That's good news for the team. It has struggled to find a sponsor since Wayne Burdette purchased the team from Cale Yarborough.
Despite the lack of funding, Mast has made all ten races and finished in the top 20 five times.
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[S5-Sprinkel]


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Blues Hill Golf pro Jeff Sprinkel has achieved a goal he set for himself earlier this year.
Sprinkel is now in Richmond for the Nike Tour Donimion Open.
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Sprinkel left for the Dominion Country Club in Richmond this morning.
He says he owes much of his success to the folks at Blue Hills.
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THe Dominion Open starts Thrusday. Sprinkel has to make the cut to continue playing through the weekend.




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The second annual Smith Mountain Lake Triathlon is this weekend and it's bigger than ever.
Organizers say about 300 participants are registered, that's twice as many as last year.
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The race is this weekend. You can still register, just be at the Smith Mountain Lake State Park at seven am. Thats's a rap for 5, see ya at six everybody.



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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=ssi]
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Put on your bell-bottoms and get ready for 1969.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/May 1998]

The Roanoke Festival in the Park is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a gala 60's party. The event will include a 60's look alike contest, a re-creation of (Hate- Asberry) Haight-Ashbury and two psychadelic bands.
[SUPER=03-Salem/September 1992]

Other musical highlights include Billy Ray Cyrus and the Little River Band. Festival in the Park runs from May 27th through June 6th.
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