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Today on News 7 at 5, Yugoslavian President Slobodon Milosevic is indicted on crimes against humanity. We'll see what that could mean for the NATO campaign in Kosovo.
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And a former substitute teacher in Pulaski County is accused of giving marijuana to her students.
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A new pill that promises to reduce cellulite is undergoing government testing.
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And clean out the medicine cabinet -- a new allergy drug treats many problems with just one shot.
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((THIS SAYS TO THE HUNDREDS OF THOUSAND OF VICTIMS OF BELGRADE THAT THE AUTROCITIES IN KOSOVO THAT THEY'RE VOICES HAVE BEEN HEARD.))
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Reaction after a War Crimes Tribunal indicts Yugoslav President Slobodn Milosovic-
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Milosevic is charged with crimes against humanity.
President Clinton says the indictment sends a message- that NATO is doing the right thing-
What it will mean for the conflict in Kosovo though is unclear- Lee Cowan has more Washington.
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((IT CAN BE SEEN ON THE FACES OF THE LIVING - AND MOST CERTAINLY ON THE FACES OF THE DEAD. PAIN AND SUFFERING THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY COULDN'T IGNORE, AND NEITHER COULD AN INTERNATIONAL COURT. FOR THE FIRST TIME, A U-N WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL LAID THE BLAME DIRECTLY AT THE FEET OF SLOBODON MILOSEVIC AND FOUR OF HIS TOP AIDES BY OFFICIALLY: LOUISE ARBOUR/PROSECUTOR:
Charging them with --- laws and customs of war."

AT THE HEART OF THE INDICTMENT IS EVIDENCE MILOSEVIC ORDERED THE EXPULSION OF MORE THAN 700-THOUSAND KOSVAR ALBANIANS, AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GRUESOME TORTURE AND MURDER OF AT LEAST 340 ALBANIAN MEN. THE LIST OF CHARGES IS EXPECTED TO GROW -- AND ACCORDING TO THE WHITE HOUSE, THE MORE, THE BETTER. CLINTON: It will make clear to the Serbian people precisely who is responsible for this conflict and who is prolonging it. THE INDICTMENT IS ALMOST SURELY TO COMPLICATE ANY NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT THAT KEEPS MILOSEVIC IN POWER - A SENTIMENT ECHOED TODAY BY THE U-S SECRETARY OF STATE AFTER A MEETING WITH CANADA'S FOREIGN MINISTER. MADELEINE ALBRIGHT/SECRETARY OF STATE: I think it is very hard - war crimes tribunal. ALTHOUGH THE MOVE HAS BEEN CRITICIZED BY BOTH THE FRENCH AND THE RUSSIANS AS A STUMBLING BLOCK TO PEACE, NATO SAYS THE TIMING OF THE INDICTMENTS IS NOT ONLY APPROPRIATE, BUT LONG OVERDUE. JAMIE SHEA/NATO SPOKESMAN: There is never a bad time for justice. LEE COWAN//CBS NEWS: "The White House says it will even help pay for the war crimes tribunal to do it's work - offering 28million dollars that includes funds to help gather evidence and interview refugees. The only question now is if Slobodon Milosevic can be apprehended. Lee Cowan, CBS News, the White

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Over the past two months, we've shown you how a Bedford County organization has been gathering relief supplies for Kosovo refugees.
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Last week, Vernon Brewer of World Help watched those supplies being unloaded in Albania and delivered to thousands of needy people.
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((VERNON BREWER/WORLD HELP: THAT WAS THE MAIN PURPOSE OF MY TRIP, WAS TO GO AND TO MAKE SURE THAT THE SUPPLIES WOULD ARRIVE, THAT THEY WOULD BE DISTRIBUTED WITH DIGNITY AND USED TO THE BEST WAY THAT THEY COULD POSSIBLY BE USED, AND WE HAVE TOTAL CONFIDENCE IN THE PARTNERS WE'VE BEEN WORKING WITH, AND WE CAN GUARANTEE THAT IT'S BEING DELIVERED TO THE PEOPLE THAT NEED IT THE MOST.))
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So far, five containers containing more than one million dollars of donations have been shipped to Kosovo from central Virginia.
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A former substitute teacher at Pulaski County high school is accused of providing marijuana and cigarettes to students.
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34-year old Andrea Lynn Wells was arrested by sheriff's deputies, this morning.
Investigators say Wells sold and gave cigarettes to students while working at the high school.
The two charges involving distribution of marijuana allegedly occurred off school property.
Investigators say Wells shared a joint with two students at one of their houses.
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An undercover drug investigation in Pulaski County has led to charges against approximately 25- people.
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The charges ranged from possession of marijuana to distribution of crack cocaine and L-S-D.
By noon, officers had arrested about half of those charged.
Some of the suspects are considered "street dealers".
But Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis says a number of those charged are also mid to high level suppliers which he says should make a noticeable difference in area drug trafficking.
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((JIM DAVIS/PULASKI CO. SHERIFF: THIS INVESTIGATION TO SOME EXTEND HAS BEEN POWERED BY THE INFORMATION WE GET FROM CONCERNED CITIZENS, AND WE WOULD LIKE FOR THEM TO KNOW HOW MUCH WE APPRECIATE IT.))
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The investigation involved officers from the Dublin police department, state police and the Pulaski County sheriff's department.
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Still to come on the newscast, we'll tell you why lost income for dairy farmers is going to hurt many others as well,
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and police in Texas believe they now know what happened to missing atheist leader Madalyn Murray O'Hair.
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On Health Check, the federal government wants a company that makes a Cellulite fighter to back up its claims.
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We will have that and much more. Stay with us. [closed caption sponsor]


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It was back in 1995 that atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair and her two adult children mysteriously disappeared.
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Today O'Hairs former office manager David Waters pleaded guilty to two federal weapons charges.
Waters is not charged in the O'Hairs 1995 disappearance- but the IRS has accused him of killing the three.
An IRS affidavit says Waters orchestrated a plot to steal money from O'Hairs Atheist Group, murder the O'Hairs and bury them in a field.
Waters could face ten years in prison and 250 thousand dollars in fines on each of two weapons charges.
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The U-S Department of Transportation is stepping up enforcement of the trucking industry. The goal is to reduce the number of fatalities from truck crashes by 50 percent over the next ten years.
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Locally, enforcement of truck safety falls to the Virginia State Police, who conducted more than 40- thousand truck inspections statewide in 1998.
The most common violations include, substandard brakes, lights and tires.
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((1ST SGT. FRANK DUFFY/VA. STATE POLICE: THE BIGGEST MAJORITY OF THE TRUCK TRAFFIC, TRAVELLING THE HIGHWAY IS IN COMPLIANCE. THE MAJOR TRUCKING COMPANIES DO A REAL GOOD JOB KEEPING THEIR VEHICLES IN TOP SHAPE, BUT YOU'LL FIND A LOT OF THE INDEPENDENTS, THEIR VEHICLES ARE DOWN BECAUSE THEIR VEHICLES ARE OUT THERE FULL TIME, TRYING TO MAKE ALL THE MONEY THEY CAN MAKE.))
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Investigators do NOT believe yesterday's tractor-trailer accident in Montgomery County was caused by equipment failure.
State Police say that head- on collision shows how important it is for drivers to be aware of what's happening in their own lanes, AND on the opposite side of the highway.
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Dairy farmers lost a third of their income this month.
Many local communities will feel the blow.
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Richard Thompson, for example, earned 15-thousand-dollars less for his milk this month.
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((YOU THINK IT WILL PUT SOME FARMERS OUT OF BUSINESS? I'M SURE THERE ARE SOME THAT ARE THINKING ABOUT IT. RETURN ON INVESTMENT IS JUST NOT WHAT OTHER COMPANIES CAN GET.))
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But this hurts other businesses, too -- Southern States says their sales have dropped 20-percent since farmers got this month's paycheck.
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((MOST OF OUR BUSINESS ARE FARMERS. WE'RE 80-PERCENT AG-BASED SO THAT'S GOING TO AFFECT OUR INCOME SUBSTANTIALLY.))
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Economists say a wide array of stores will also suffer -- and when they lose money, it means less tax revenue for things like police, fire and schools.
Dairy farmers will get a little boost next month -- a five percent pay hike.
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Coming up in just a moment, Robin Reed will take a look at our holiday forecast,
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and then a little later, it's a sight we've haven't seen in quite a while. The Space Shuttle Discovery launches for the first time in six months.
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A special program at Hurt Park Elementary is giving student the opportunity to learn ballet.
The students are learning everything from first positon to the plie(PLE-AY).
Joy Sutton has the story.
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They're playing championship baseball over in Salem. Steve Mason will have the details today in Sports.
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A popular clothing company recalls a line of infant sweaters. We'll tell you why coming up next on Health Check.


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And a new allergy medication is showing some amazing results. One monthly shot could treat almost every type of allergy.
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(( THIS IS A RADICALLY DIFFERENT TYPE OF APPROACH TO TREATING ALLERGIES THAN WHAT IS AVAILIBLE.))
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Many people are allergic to many different things.
They may have problems with ragweed, pets, pollens, mold or even food.
Currently doctors have as many treatments as there are allergies, but that could soon change.
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A new drug promises to end any type of allergy with just one monthly shot.
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((DR EDWARD LISBERG/ALLERGY DOCTOR: THIS IS ONE SHOT THAT TAKES CARE OF ALL YOUR ALLERGIES. NO MATTER WHAT YOU'RE ALLERGIC TO? NO MATTER WHAT YOU'RE ALLERGIC TO.))
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Symptoms develop when an allergen attaches itself to an antibody in the blood known as I-G-E.
That's what causes the itchy eyes, runny nose, and congestion.
The new drug virtually eliminates I-G-E from the bloodstream.
Without the antibody, the allergens can't hurt you.
The shot is in the final stages of testing. It's expected to be approved for general use next year.
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A line of designer sweaters for infants is being recalled.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission tells parents the Tommy Hilfiger infant cardigan poses a choking hazard.
Hilfiger received at least one report of a snap detaching from the fleece cardigan. No one has been injured, but close to four thousand sweaters will be recalled.
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They were sold at high end department stores nationwide from August to October of last year.
Parents should stop using the cardigans immediately. They can call toll free 1-877-TOMMYCARES to arrange for an exchange or refund.
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The Federal Government wants to see a dietary supplement back up its claim it fights cellulite.
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The Italian makers of Cellasene say an eight week course of three pills daily can rid customers of the irregular pockets of fat that dimple women's hips and thighs.
They say a study showed the product helped reduce the circumference of the thigh area.
But a consumer advocacy group says the study was flawed and never measured changes in the visual appearance and feel of cellulite.
The group says another U-S study was too small to be reliable.
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An Italian company has begun marketing an over the counter diet supplement that is supposed to make men more fertile.
It claims it makes sperm stronger.
Cathy Moss has the story.
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(((SUPER: VIDEO FROM SIGMA-TAU PHARMACEUTICALS)
DOCTORS SAY THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES IT WILL WORK, BUT PROXEED MAY BE WORTH A TRY. THE NEW DIETARY SUPPLEMENT IS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET AND IS MEANT TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF MEN'S SPERM. AN ITALIAN PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY MANUFACTURATING PROXEED CLAIMS THE CITRIS FLAVORED POWDER YOU MIX WITH JUICE BOOSTS SPERM'S SPEED, COUNT, SIZE AND SHAPE. A COMPANY SPOKESPERSON SAYS MEN SHOULD DRINK IT TWICE A DAY FOR UP TO 6 MONTHS. THE COST WOULD BE 600- DOLLARS.

(SOT, DR. LARRY LIPSHULTZ, FERTILITY SPECIALIST, PARAPHRASED, IT'S NOT

MEANT TO BE A CURE ALL, BUT IT'S WORTH A TRY.)
PROXEED CONTAINS L-CARNATINE, WHICH IS NATURALLY FOUND IN THE HUMAN BODY. IN SOME EUROPEAN STUDIES, L-CARNATINE HELPED MEN STRENGTHEN THEIR SPERM. DR. LARRY LIPSHULTZ, A REPRODUCTIVE SPECIALIST AT BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IN HOUSTON, IS CAUTIOUS ABOUT WHAT IT CAN DO. WHILE HE'S TELLING HIS PATIENTS TO USE IT, THE POWDER IS CLASSIFIED AS A SUPPLEMENT AND AS SUCH DOES NOT REQUIRE FDA APPROVAL.

(SOT, LIPSHULTZ, PARAPHRASED, THERE ARE PLENTY OF THINGS THAT ARE NOT

FDA APPROVED THAT ARE NOT NECESSARILY BAD FOR YOU.)
DOCTORS AND COMPANY OFFICIALS SAY THEY HAVEN'T SEEN ANY SIDE EFFECTS YET, BUT IT'S STILL EARLY.

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Today in Sports, we're talking soccer and baseball
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with that... here's Steve Mason.[S5-NCAA]


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good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Thursday ticker which starts with a few diamond notes.
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The NCAA Division III Baseball Championship has invaded Salem. Teams began practice around 8 this morning.
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Of the 40 teams that began a quest for a national title, only eight remain and they will play out the D-III double elimination tourney at Salem Memorial Baseball Stadium beginning tomorrow morning at 10 am. Three of the eight teams are past national champs but Brandeis out of Massachusetts has not been to the big dance since the late 70's.
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The 13th annual memorial day soccer tournament invades the valley this weekend as 155 youth soccer teams will play in over 400 games in a two day period.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Year; :00]


How the volunteers get it all done is a miracle. Over 25 hundred athletes ranging in age from six through 18 will compete. Seven states will be represented. The Berglund Festival Soccer Tournament should give fans the best soccer to date in the event.
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coming up at six, Mike Stevens will have some breaking news from Charlotte concerning the Petty family and Craftsman truck driver Ron Hornaday, see ya then.

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"Discovery" and its seven person crew blasted into orbit today on the first shuttle mission in six months.
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[7:49:13]
Discovery will rendezvous with the international space station and deliver some two tons of supplies.
It's also carrying tools to help with future construction.
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((TAMARA JERNIGAN/ASTRONAUT "WE'RE TAKING UP TWO CRANES IN THE SENSE THAT YOU MIGHT SEE CONSTRUCTION WORKERS TO USE A CRANE TO MOVE LARGE PIECES FROM.))
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