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Coming up on news 7, Yugoslavia approves a peace plan. What does the White House think? We'll have a live report.
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And as Roanoke unveils its own drought preparations, it answers the question: will pools open this summer. [Weather-Head]
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Heading back to sunny dry weather. Temperatures tomorrow should top out around 80.

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A Roanoke Valley Plastic Surgeon is getting better results from breast reconstruction in the new millennium.
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And alternative therapy can be a depressing sign for some breast cancer patients.
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((IF THOSE REPORTS PROVE ACCURATE THAT WILL BE A MAJOR STEP FORWARD.))
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A breakthrough tonight in the war in Yugoslavia.
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The Serbian Parliament today approved a peace plan-
But NATO is not celebrating just yet.
President Clinton says airstrikes will NOT be called off until Slobodan Milosevic proves Albanians will be allowed back in Kosovo.
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Lisa Hughes is following developments from Washington.
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President Clinton says he welcomes the news that Serbia's parliament has agreed to a peace deal. But that allied leaders have no plans to call off the air strikes just yet.

(SOT, CLINTON, IT WILL TAKE A VERIFIABLE WITHDRAWL OF SERB TROOPS FROM

KOSOVO BEFORE THE BOMBING WILL STOP)
In fact, the bombing continued even as Yugoslav President Milosevic began the first of two meetings with Russian and European envoys yesterday. When their talks ended this morning, Serbian leaders overwhelmingly approved the deal_some feeling there was no option left.

(SOT, IN MY OPINION IT IS THE ONLY SOLUTION AFTER TWO MONTHS OF BOMBING)


In that two months, hundreds of thousands of refugees have fled Kosovo. NATO insists a deal must allow for an armed international peacekeeping force to help the ethnic Albanians return. What is still unclear-- whether leaders in Belgrade have accepted this part of the plan unconditionally.

(Super: James Rubin/State Dept. Spokesman

IT IS NOT TIME TO POP THE CHAMPAGNE CORKS THIS IS A TIME FOR GETTING THE REFUGEES HOME AND GETTING THE SERB FORCES OUT OF KOSOVO).
Yugoslav leaders say Serb forces could begin withdrawing this week. But, at this point, that estimate means very little to military planners at the Pentagon.

(Super: Kenneth Bacon/Pentagon Spokesman

WE WANT TO TRANSLATE PROMISES INTO PERFORMANCE. WE HAVE NOT SEEN A SINGLE SERB SOLDIER LEAVE KOSOVO)

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Police have a suspect in custody, but they're still working to determine why he alledgedly opened fire in a supermarket, killing four workers.
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[15:14:57]
The man was dressed in camouflage as he was arrested ... walking out of a Las Vegas store with his shotgun. [15:15:30, 15:14:30]
Police don't think robbery was a motive, and they don't know if the man had any connection with the victims. [15:15:38]
Two employees hid in a produce cooler for three hours. They're okay.
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Next week, Roanoke's Water Resources Committee will recommend a conservation plan to deal with the city's developing water shortage.
And in the meantime, the city is cutting back on its own consumption.
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Despite yesterday's rainfall, the level at Carvins Cove has fallen to more than 20 feet below the spillway.
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The city has suspended flush testing of fire hydrants and washing public vehicles.
Decorative fountains have been shut off, and the city says it won't irrigate turf areas, unless water can be drawn from the Roanoke River.
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((WE'VE BEEN REAL CONCERNED ABOUT THE SOD AND THE GRASS WE HAVE IN THE PARKS, BUT WE THOUGHT IT WAS APPROPRIATE IF WE'RE GOING TO BE ASKING OTHER FOLKS TO LET THE GRASS GET BROWN, THAT WE FOLLOW SUIT.))
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The city DOES plan to open the two public swimming pools. Officials say they believe the recreational opportunities those pools provide are somerhing thousands of Roanoke children need. [(toss to R)]
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Is a blue hairdo grounds for suspension? That's what one school says. Still ahead, the student takes his case to court.
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Next, what caused the deadly plane crash in Arkansas? Investigators look for any clues that could help them figure it out.
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Today on HealthCheck, what's in doughnuts that can make you sleepy?
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And we'll see who won this year's national spelling bee, and the word that won it.[5-Plane-Crash]


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Weather may have been the cause of Monday nights American Airlines crash, but it's possible something else may have gone wrong.
Federal investigators are sifting through the wreckage of Flight 14-20.
As Lee Cowan reports, while stormy weather is a prime suspect, a mechanical failure is also a possible target.
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(( stepping in jet fuel and squeezing between pieces of jagged metal, ntsb investigators swarmed over the wreckage of american flight 1420 looking for clues and hoping for answers.
although the weather remains the primary focus, there are other factors that may have been just as deadly and at this point it's simply too early to tell.

sot: GEORGE BLACK, NTSB

"WE'VE ONLY BEEN IN THIS ONE DAY."
passengers tell investigators when the plane touched down on the slippery runway it never slowed down careening out of control as the pilot desperately fought to keep it in line before slamming into a lighting structure ripping the plane in two. the pilot is one of the dead.

sot: wayne mcdaniels, crash survivor

"the man.. ...hands full."
officials will now examine the jets' brakes to see if a mechanical failure could have contributed to the crash. they will also look at the drainage at the airport to see if the pounding rain and hail may have pooled on the runway causing the jet to hydroplane.

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but most importantly they hope to talk with the co-pilot to find out exactly what the flight crew knew about the weather conditions moments before the crash. airline officials and frined of the pilot say he was one of the best they've seen and would not have taken any chances. some of the families of those injured say they don't want to second guess anybody who may have saved as many lives as were lost. John maddox/father of victim "i don't know... anything like that."))

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The sole survivor of a 1959 plane crash in Albemarle County will build a monument to the 26 people who died in the accident.
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The plane was on its way from Washington to Roanoke when it smashed into a mountain near (crow-Zay) Crozet.
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Phil Bradley of Clifton Forge was the only survivor.
Bradley will build the monument at his own expense, and Albemarle County will be responsible for routine maintenance after it is built.
A wheel from the airplane and a plaque bearing the names of those who died will be on display.
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A portrait of Confederate General Robert E-Lee will NOT be among the more than two dozen murals that will line the Richmond floodwall, when a Canal Walk in the capital city opens tomorrow .
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Lee's portrait was among 29 murals being put up along the floodwall, which lines the James River in downtown Richmond and is adjacent to the new Canal Walk.
The floodwall gallery is part of an outdoor history museum.
A Richmond City Councilman had said putting Lee's portrait in such a prominent place would be like putting up Adolf Hitler's portrait in Berlin or Israel.
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Is a "blue do" a "no go"?
A high school student walked into a federal courtroom today, asking that he be reinstated to school.
Kent McNew was suspended shortly after the high school massacre in Colorado, for showing up with blue hair.
The American Civil Liberties Union says the suspension is unconstitutional, and it got a temporary injunction to allow McNew back into school.

Ellen Qualls was inside the courtroom today. She will have a full report on News at 6.[Tease#2]



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Hillary Clinton takes a big step forward toward the "big announcement". That story is just ahead.
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Later, a commercial for your cat? That's what the creators say. Decide for yourself it it works.
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Hillary Rodham Clinton is making another big move, as she considers a run for the Senate from New York.
A top adviser says the first lady will form an exploratory committee next month.
While it does not assure that Mrs. Clinton will run, forming the committee is the next important step in that direction.


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Do you know what the word Logorrhea means?
Can you spell it?
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Logorrhea was the winning word for this years' national spelling bee- It means incoherent talkativeness.
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((NUPAR LALA/SPELLING BEE CHAMPION: LOGORREAH MAY I HAVE A SENTENCE PLEASE? COMMENTATOR: HIS LOGORRHEA CAME FROM AN INHERENT PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEM. LALA: LOGORRHEA. L-O-G-O-R-R-H-E-A. CHEERING!!!))
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And with that 14 year old Nupar Lala from Tampa is this years national spelling bee winner.
The eighth grader gives credit to her mom and dad.
She says they were her coaches and took turns quizzing her.
She also says studying and maybe a little divine intervention helped too.
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Cave Spring gets a new coach. Mike Stevens has the story straight ahead on the Two-Minute Ticker.
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On Healthcheck, why do so many breast cancer patients try alternative treatments, like acupuncture?
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Plus -- a Roanoke plastic surgeon says women aren't getting enough information about their options after breast cancer surgery.
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((DR. BARTON THOMAS/PLASTIC SURGEON: IF YOU LOOK AT THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD BREAST CANCER, AND THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO ARE BEING RECONSTRUCTED, THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE BEING RECONSTRUCTED IS QUITE SMALL.))
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The YWCA of the Roanoke Valley is exploring techniques for breast reconstruction that provide better results for the patients.
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A Roanoke Plastic Surgeon is educating women about their options like using a woman's own breast tissue as opposed to breast implants. Doctor Thomas presented his ideas at the Y-W-C-A today during a presentation called Breast Reconstruction in 1999. He says there are operations that are safer, won't break like an implant and lasts for life.
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((DR. BARTON THOMAS/BLUE RIDGE PLASTIC SURGERY: IF YOU ASK A PERSON WHAT IS THE BEST TECHNIQUE FOR BREAST RECONSTRUCTION, FIVE YEARS, TEN YEARS, 20 YEARS FROM NOW, HANDS DOWN THE BEST RESULT IS ACHIEVED DOING AN IMMEDIATE RECONSTRUCTION AT THE TIME THE BREAST IS REMOVED BY THE GENERAL SURGEON AND RECONSTRUCTING THAT BREAST USING THAT PERSON'S OWN TISSUES.))
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[VO NAT] Doctor Thomas says surgeons are trying to make smaller incisions and save as much normal breast skin as possible for the best results. Anyone who has had a mastectomy is a candidate for reconstruction.
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And as of this past October, insurance coverage is provided for all breast reconstruction procedures.


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On a related note, a study published today shows that breast cancer patients often seek alternative therapies, when they feel standard treatments are not enough.
But this decision may also be a sign of depression.
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The study is published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
It shows 28 percent of women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer began using treatments like acupuncture and herbal remedies, after going through conventional surgery.
The women say they were depressed, and feared the disease would return.
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Another recent medical study shows if you're sleepy, it may be because of your diet.
French researchers showed certain foods make you drowsy while others help you stay alert.
Medical reporter Dr. Michael Breen has the story.
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[04NA - 04:30:35] [-07NA - 07:19:48] ((YOU WAKE UP TO SOME PASTRY...DONUT ..MAYBE SOME COFFEE ...THEN TWO HOURS LATER.
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DROWSING OFF.
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IT'S NOT JUST THE COFFEE THAT MAKES YOU CRASH, RESEARCHERS SAY IT'S THAT HIGH SUGAR THE BREAKFAST.
EXPERTS SAY THAT'S WHY THAT POP-TART LETS YOU DOWN.
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INSTEAD OF GIVING YOU A SURGE OF ENERGY AND SUSTAINING ENERGY, IT LEAVES YOU HIGH AND DRY AN HOUR LATER. BECAUSE OF THE SUGAR? BECAUSE OF THE SUGAR CONTENT.
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WHY DOES REFINED SUGAR MAKE YOU DROWSY?
RECENT STUDIES SUGAR IT RAISES LEVELS OF A CHEMICAL IN THE BRAIN CALLED SEROTONIN WHICH MAKES YOU DROWSY.
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BUT HERE'S THE GOOD NEWS.
YOU CAN COUNTERACT THAT DROWSINESS SUGAR PRODUCES BY ADDING SOMETHING ELSE TO YOUR MEAL..A SOURCE OF PROTEIN.
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THE BOTTOM LINE IS TO FIND SOME PROTEIN TO ADD TO YOUR MORNING SUGAR FIX.
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TAKE ME TO SOMETHING THAT WOULD BE A BETTER BREAKFAST FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE...EGG WHITES IN PARTICULAR IS ALL PROTEIN SO FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE CONCERNED ABOUT CHOLESTEROL, THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVE.
(MIKETRACK)
OTHER ALTERNATIVES YOU CAN ADD TO SUGAR ARE COTTAGE CHEESE ....OR YOGURT.
BY THE SAME TOKEN SINCE PROTEINS MAKE YOU MORE ALERT, AVOID MEATS FOR THAT BEDTIME SNACK...AND YOU MIGHT SLEEP BETTER AS A RESULT.
I'M DR. MICHAEL BREEN FOR CBS NEWS.))


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A new football coach for Cave Spring- someone whos quite familiar with the school-
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Here is Mike Stevens to tell us who it is.

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Good afternoon everyone and welcome to the Thursday two minute ticker.
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The search for a new head football coach at Cave Spring is over.
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Former Cave Spring Graduate Ben Foutz will return to his Alma Mater taking over the head coaching Duties.
Foutz graduated in 1987 and began his college career at Lenoir-Rhyne. He's coached at both the college and high school level most recently at Northside.
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Foutz replaces Steve Spangler who left to become the assistant principal at William Byrd Middle school.
We'll hear more from Big Ben tonight at 6.




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Last night, Virginia Tech men's basketball coach Ricky Stokes joined UVa coach Pete Gillen on the sideline at Patrick Henry for the fifth annual Crockett Cup which benefits the Ronald McDonald House.
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It was a time to let their hair down and have some fun as the pair coached the doctors in the charity fund raiser. Stokes is close to completing his OWN coaching staff in Blacksburg.
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((RICKY STOKES/VIRGINIA TECH HEAD BASKETBALL COACH:))
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Gillen's two top freshman from last year, Chris William's and Adam Hall, along with incoming freshman Travis Watson , are trying out for the 1999 USA Basketball Junior World Championship team. 16 players are trying out. If they should make it, they could travel to Portugal to compete in July.
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((PETE GILLEN/UVA HEAD BASKETBALL COACH:))
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Have a good night everybody, I'll see you at six. [go to break]

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Coming soon to a TV screen near you... a pet food commericial aimed not at YOU.. but at your CAT!
Does it work? Judge for yourself!
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We'll tell you up front that this video is provided by the producers of the commercial.
This commerical leaves out the human voice... and instead uses a series of sounds and movement to get your cat's attention.

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