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Today on News 7, the Federal Reserve has good news for Wall Street, at least for now.
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and President Clinton says he still cannot rule out sending ground troops to fight in Kosovo.
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Looks like a strong thunderstorm or two tonight as a cold front approaches from the west. We will check that out in a moment.

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If you plan on spending a lot of time outdoors this summer -- you may want to stop by the health department for a new vaccine first.
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And volunteers are preparing to test a new cancer fighting drug.
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((I'M HERE TODAY TO ENCOURAGE EVERONE TO HELP STOP THE VIOLENCE.))
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High School students take their plea for school safety to Washington.

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Students told lawmakers they want an end to school violence- One by one they spoke before the congressional committee-
Lisa Hughes reports the testimony pointed back to the days of horror at several schools.
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(( This coming Friday students in Springfield, Oregon will remember the day one year ago that may have forever changed their sense of security. 15 year-old Kip Kinkel opened fire in the lunchroom at Thurston High School. Ryan Atteberry/Springfield, OR Student I REALIZED SOMETHING TERRIBLE HAD HAPPENED AND I NOTICED BLOOD COMING OUT OF MY SIDE. I REALIZED I WAS SHOT. Atterbury and five other students testified about juvenile violence before a House subcommitee. Lawmakers willingly gave up the floor.
Rep. Vernon Ehlers/R-Michigan
IF YOU WERE SITTING IN OUR CHAIRS_WHAT WOULD YOU DO? There was no shortage of answers. More peer counseling. More parental involvement. Smaller class sizes. Anita Wheeler/Baltimore Student HOW CAN A TEACHER POSSIBLY IDENTIFY A TROUBLED CHILD WHEN SHE HAS TO TEACH AS WELL AS NURTURE STUDENTS?
And while House lawmakers heard from young witnsses_old arguments threatened to derail the juvenile crime bill in the Senate. Sen. Barbara Boxer/D-California I WILL STAY O THIS FLOOR AS LONG AS IT TAKES TO OFFER THIS AMMENDMENT. IT MERELY SAYS YOU GOTTA BE 18 TO BUY CIGARETTES YOU OUGHTTA BE 18 TO BUY A WEAPON.
Sen. Larry Craig/R-Idaho: IF THE GOAL POST IS CONSTANTLY MOVING, THERE WILL BE NO JUVENILE CRIME BILL BECAUSE THE OTHER SIDE WILL HAVE KILLED IT. A bill alone may not have spared any of the victims of school violence from their attackers. Students say all groups in America must try to prevent the next Littleton. One it happens, they say, not even time offers much relief. Ask Padukah, Kentucky student, Stephen Keene. THE PAIN DIDN'T LEAVE. THE PAIN NEVER LEAVES.))


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President Clinton says again today NATO is not ruling out ground troops in Kosovo-
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He did say he's willing to pursue all diplomatic options- including the help of the Russians- but if that doesn't work-
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((I AND EVERYONE ELSE HAS ALWAYS SAID WE INTEND TO SEE OUR OBJECTIVES ACHIEVED. WE HAVE NOT AND WE WILL NOT TAKE ANY OPTION OFF THE TABLE.))
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Italy's Premier has called for ground forces if Yugoslavia remains defiant-
But today Germany's chancellor ruled that option out- calling the use of ground forces "unthinkable."
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A Roanoke Red Cross official will soon be assisting refugees from Kosovo.
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Chapter Manager Tom Brown is one of 13 American Delegates who will join the international relief effort in the Balkans. He flew out of the Roanoke Regional Airport this morning.
Brown's assignment will take him to northern Albania, where he expects to help with the distribution of food. He isn't scheduled to return until sometime in August.
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Three other local Red Cross members are on assignment outside of the Roanoke Valley. Two are helping tornado victims in Oklahoma. A third is in North Dakota, where residents are still recovering from severe flooding two years ago.


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The Federal Reserve has left interest rates unchanged for now, but it says that could change.
The nation's central bank says it is putting the financial markets on notice.
It says the markets need to be alert about possible inflation pressures.
This marks the first time the Federal reserve has opted to signal a future change.
Analysts believe the Fed is waiting to see if the rising inflation rate is the beginning of a trend. [(toss to R)]
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Next on News 7, Virginia's only horse track could be in trouble with the state,
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and we'll see how Star Wars fans fared at the box office today in Roanoke.
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On Health Check, a new vaccine could conquer Lyme Disease.
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We'll have that and more. Stay with us. [closed captionsponsor]

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One person died this afternoon when a pick-up truck hit a car head-on in Roanoke County.
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It happened on Route 311, near the Craig County line.
Police say 83 year old Ashby Thomas of Catawba was traveling north when he ran onto the shoulder, pulled back on the road and crossed the center line, striking an oncoming car.
Ashby died at the scene.
The driver of the other car was airlifted to the hospital with serious leg injuries.
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Virginia's only parimutuel horse racing track faces more legal troubles.
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The Colonial Downs track east of Richmond just turned a profit in the first quarter of this year.
But an overseer for the Virginia Racing Commission is now recommending sanctions against the track.
Colonial Downs has failed to reach a contract agreement with the Virginia Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association -- in defiance of the Racing Commission's order.
And, Colonial Downs has failed to put up the more than three million dollars in purse money the Commission ordered.

The track faces fines and a temporary loss of its license to operate four off-track betting parlors around the state.
The Racing Commission will vote tomorrow.
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It would be a major change for Virginia colleges and universities.
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The governor's appointees to the State Council of Higher Education in Virginia are recommending a new way to pay for state schools.
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((JOHN PADGETT/STATE COUNCIL OF HIGHER ED: WE'RE GONNA ANALYZE THAT TO MAKE SURE THERE'S AN ADEQUATE BASE TO START FROM. AND THEN, ON TOP OF THAT, IF THEY ARE ABLE TO DOCUMENT AND EVIDENCE THAT THEY ARE ADDING VALUE TO A STUDENT'S EXPERIENCE, THERE WILL BE ADDITIONAL FUNDING THERE. SO IT'S A CARROT AND STICK APPROACH.))
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((KATE GRIFFIN/STATE COUNCIL OF HIGHER ED: UVA FOR INSTANCE. THEY GET SOME GREAT STUDENTS. AND CONCEIVABLY THEY COULD RIDE ON THAT. THOSE STUDENTS ARE GONNA DO GREAT. BUT IS UVA ADDING TO THOSE STUDENTS. ARE THEY ADDING QUALITY?))


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The colleges would get state money based on graduation rates, retaining students, placing them in jobs, their scores on exit exams, and how productive their professors are.
Performance-based funding would need General Assembly approval.
It would be the first of its kind in the nation.
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Ten years ago today a Roanoke group set out to save landmarks --
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today the Roanoke Regional Preservation Office celebrated its birthday and its success.
This group put the Hotel Roanoke on the register of historic places and made Rocky Mount a historic district that can get tax breaks.
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((UNLESS YOU HAVE SOMEONE IN THE COMMUNITY WHO'S A PROFESSIONAL AND CAN MAKE SURE THESE RESOURCES ARE BEING PRESERVED THEN IT'S GOING TO BE LOST AND OUR CHILDREN WILL NOT KNOW WHAT HAPPENED YEARS AGO.))
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Future goals include getting the 50-year-old Mill Mountain star a national historic title.
Tonight on News7 at Six, we'll see what the post office brought to this birthday party.
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If you weren't one of the lucky fans to get tickets to tonight's premiere, Patrick Evans can tell you where you can get a Star Wars fix.
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Yesterday, Patrick Evans checked out some of the new toys related to the release of "Star Wars, The Phantom Menace", today he's one step closer to the theater.
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He joins us from Barnes & Noble Bookstore, where the list of books with "Star Wars" in the title continues to grow and grow.
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Coming up today in Sports, the Hokies leave for the A-10 baseball tournament.
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On Health Check, a new study says doctors need to consider gender more when prescribing drugs,
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Plus -- are you a candidate for a new vaccine that prevents lyme disease?
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The health departments in the Roanoke and New River Valleys are using a new vaccine this year to prevent Lyme Disease.
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Public health officials at the Roanoke City Health Department say Southwest Virginia is in the second highest risk group in the nation for lyme disease. The vaccine -- called Lymerix -- is not recommended for everyone.
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Studies show the shots are 100-percent effective in preventing A-symptomatic lyme disease. The disease is spread by deer ticks, and can cause meningitis and arthritic symptoms if left untreated.
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The shots cost about 70-dollars each and are available at local health departments.



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Scientists have discovered men and women respond differently to drugs.
The new research says some of the differences could be life threatening.
Georgetown medication expert Dr. Raymond Woosley examined 40 drugs that sometimes cause irregular heartbeats.
For some of the drugs, women have twice the risk of developing the dangerous side effect.
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Among other findings:
Morphine controls pain much better in women than in men.
Ibuprofen is more effective for men.
Aspirin seems to thin men's blood much better than women's.
And women reject heart transplants more often than men.
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A 13 month old boy has become the first person in the United States to have a bovine valve transplanted in his heart.
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Ryan Doty underwent the procedure at an Indianapolis hospital two weeks ago.
The surgery in which a valve from a cow's neck is used to replace a damaged human heart valve has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
However the F-D-A called this a compassionate case because Ryan's condition was deteriorating.
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((CHRIS DOTY/RYAN'S FATHER: THE CHANCES OF FINDING A TRANSPLANT WERE NOT GOOD. IT PROBABLY WOULD HAVE MEANT GOING BACK WITH ANOTHER HUMAN VALVE AND TAKING A CHANCE WITH IT ONLY LASTING FIVE MONTHS AND HAVING TO PUT HIM THROUGHT THAT AGAIN WOULD HAVE BEEN TERRIBLE.))
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Doctors say Ryan has been breathing on his on since Thursday and his prognosis looks good.

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Patient testing of a promising cancer drug will begin this fall.
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Endostatin wiped out tumors in mice. Researchers say the drug and a sister protein destroy a tumor's ability to grow new vessel.
That cuts off the cancer's nutrient supply which makes the cancer go dormant or disappear in animals.
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The testing will determine if the same thing holds true for people.
The first round will be done on about 25 patients in the Boston area.
Researchers will look for tumor reduction and possible side effects. [2-Shot-Toss]
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We're talking playoffs today in the Sports Ticker.
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with news from the N-B-A and Virginia Tech here's Mike Stevens.[s5-Tech]


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Good afternoon and welcome to the two minute ticker. The diamond has been a hot spot at Virginia Tech this spring.
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Tech is on its way to the Bell Atlantic A-10 Baseball Championship for the fourth straight year.
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The Hokies boarded a bus this morning on their way to Boyertown, Pennsylvania.
Tech enters the tournament with an 18 and three conference mark and the West Division regular season title.
The Hokies are also on a 13 game winning streak.
Tech won the Atlantic 10 Tournament Championship in 1997.
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Two Hammerin' Hokies have been invited to tryout for the Olympic Team.
We'll hear more about Larry Bowles' and Pat Pinkman's opportunity tonight at six.
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The NBA playoffs roll on tonight as the Knicks-Hawks and Jazz Blazers series fire up in the second round.
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Last night Larry Bird and Pacers beat the Sixers in game one of their eastern conference semi-final 94-to-90 despite a 35 point outburst from Allen Iverson.
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More on the intense nature of this series coming up for you tonight at six.
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Also last night the Spurs took game one of their series with the Lakers winning 87-to-81. Tim Duncan led the way with 25 points.
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Coming up at six, they are getting ready for the Winston All-star race in Charlotte this weekend.
We'll hear from red hot Dale Jarrett coming up on New 7 at six.
Take care everybody. [go to break]

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It was an early morning for Star Wars fans.
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The die hards were up all night, and raced for a spot in line at five-30 this morning.
By mid-morning, the line of people wanting tickets to the Star Wars premiere stretched around the parking lot.
Carmike Cinemas at Tanglewood sold out in less than 15 minutes, elating some and deflating many.
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((ERIC MCCORMACK: IT'S JUST FABULOUS ... I DON'T KNOW HOW TO EXPLAIN IT. IT'S JUST ... GALAXY. I DON'T KNOW. /////IT FEELS GREAT BECAUSE I'VE BEEN HERE SINCE 4 AM!!! /////WE'RE VERY, VERY UPSET. THIS IS A CONSPIRACY.))
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Carmike let the first people in line buy as many as 10 tickets a piece for the midnight premiere.
Those were the only tickets on sale today.
Tickets go back on sale at nine tomorrow morning.
Advance tickets are good only on the day that you buy them.
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