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Today on News 7, despite the agreement, there is little peace today in Kosovo. We'll have the latest.
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Burning calories is helping smokers stop lighting up.
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Plus -- we've got the skinny on fat -- in tonight's health check report.
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A Serbian Man is killed, Two German journalists also shot down by snipers- Serb stores looted-
In many ways the peace process is just as dangerous as the war itself.

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Good Evening.
U-S Marines moved into Kosovo today- part of the NATO peacekeeping process.
But calm is far from Kosovo- as Lisa Hughes reports.
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((THIS WOMAN'S HOUSE WAS BURNED, RANSACKED BY SERBS FLEEING KOSOVO, PEOPLE WHO USED TO BE HER FRIENDS.. IN ANY LANGUAGE, THESE ARE THE CRIES OF DESPERATION. AND THIS IS THE SOUND OF GRATITUDE. ROUGHLY 12-HUNDRED MARINES HAVE MOVED INTO KOSOVO TO THE CHEERS OF CHILDREN WHO LINED THE ROAD FOR A GLIMPSE OF THE TROOPS. IN PRISTINA, BRITISH PARATROOPERS RECEIVED A SIMILAR GREETING. ONE SOLDIER JOKED THEY'VE RECEIVED ENOUGH FLOWERS TO OPEN A FLORIST. THEY JUST KEEP GIVING US BREAD, FOOD, WATER, ANYTHING WE NEED. ...EVEN A MORNING CUP OF COFFEE DELIVERED UIN PERSON. BUT ALL TROOPS INVOLVED KNOW THIS WILL BE A TOUGH MISSION. LT. COL. ANDREW WILLIAMS, BRITISH ARMY, "The landmines, the unexploded ordinance, the booby traps, the houses that may collapse. AND, SNIPERS. GERMAN TROOPS SAY THEY WERE DEFENDING THEMSELVES WHEN THEY KILLED A SERBIAN MAN YESTERDAY. AT THE PRISTINA AIRPORT, THE STANDOFF CONTINUES BETWEEN NATO FORCES AND ABOUT 200 RUSSIAN TROOPS. ALLIED LEADERS INSIST RUSSIA'S ROLE IN THE PEACEKEEPING FORCE WILL BE WORKED OUT AND THAT WHAT'S REALLY SIGNIFICANT IS THAT PEACEKEEPERS ARE IN KOSOVO AT ALL. MADELEINE ALBRIGHT, SECRETARY OF STATE, "This is a huge deal. They're goiong to be able to go home and we will work the Russian deal out.))



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Another rockslide at Yosemite National Park- but this one was much smaller than last night's deadly slide.
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Today helicopters took photos of Sunday's rockslide which killed one climber and injured three others-
According to park officials rocks fell from the west shoulder of the Glacier Point apron-
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((SCOTT GEDIMAN/PUBLIC INFO. OFFICER: WE WANT TO SEE THE RELASE POINT TO SEE WHERE EXACTLY THE ROCK CAME DOWN. WE ODN'T YET KNOW EXACTLY WHERE IT IS.))
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The person killed has not been identified. The three injured were treated for head lacerations and other injuries.

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Emmett Cressell, Junior is serving life in prison for his role in the death of Garnett "G-P" Johnson.
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Last week, a Grayson County jury sentenced Cressell to five MORE years in prison on an UNrelated charge.
Cressell was convicted last week of unlawful wounding for beating a man-- just weeks before Johnson was burned alive and decapitated.
Prosecutor J-D Bolt says the additional prison time WILL make it more difficult for Cressell to secure geriatric parole at age 65.
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A judge today granted Julia Alderman's request for bond.
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Pulaski police arrested Alderman in May for allegedly trying to hire a hit man.
Investigators say Alderman was having an affair with a married man and that she wanted his wife dead.
Last week, Judge Ed Turner agreed to release Alderman on bond- but ONLY if she was deemed mentally stable by a health care professional.
The order was signed this morning and Alderman later POSTED the 25-thousand dollar secured bond needed for her release.
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Coming up after this break, the renaming of a Roanoke road is creating a controversy.
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and a utility company and the state wildlife department look for new ways to encourage wildlife around powerlines.
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Today on Health Check, is a no fat diet a good thing? Nutritionists say no.
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and Patrick Evans will introduce us to a local artist who is looking to the past for his artistic future.[5-Orange-Av

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The City Council will not vote on a proposal to rename Orange Avenue until later this summer, but the controversy surrounding the project is already heating up.
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The Southern Christian Leadership Conference wants Orange Avenue named after civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Junior.
The city asked Orange Avenue business owners what they thought of the proposal.
The man who owns A-C-S Home Entertainment Gallery says he doesn't like it at all.
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In a letter to the city department of planning and development, Whitcomb said naming the road after King would create the perception that his buisness is in an all black section.
That he said might force him to move.
He even recommended naming the road after Robert E. Lee.
Roanoke's chapter of the S-C-L-C says it is appalled by Whitcomb's letter.
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We'll hear from one of the group's leader's tonight on News 7 at 6.


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Help may be on the way for wildlife in the areas crossed by powerlines.
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American Electric Power and the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries said today they'll work together to encourage wildlife in those areas.
Right now A-E-P maintains the land, but they are willing to help landowners attract wildlife.
That's where the Department of Game comes in--their biologists will provide specific advice on which plants could help.
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((STEVE CAPEL/ VDGIF-FARM WILDLIFE: A LANDOWNER THAT'LL COME IN AND WILL PUT SOME LOW-GROWING WILDLIFE PLANTINGS IN CAN GET A LOT OF WILDLIFE BENEFIT FROM IT AND AMERICAN ELECTRIC WILL BE GLAD TO PAY THEM FOR THAT EFFORT.))
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Farmer Jack Spigle of Buchanan hopes to attract quail through this program. He says the A-E-P's financial support will help.
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They were pen pals that thought they'd never meet, but today at Stony Mills Elementary School, they did.
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Title 1 reading students there learned the power of the pen when they got together with the man they'd been writing to all year.
Robert Lee Epps was paralyzed from the waist down in an accident 7 years ago. He lives in a Charlottesville nursing home.
He says the kid's letters have inspired him to move out of the home and look for work.
Their teacher says the kids are now better writers.
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((ARLENE CARTER-POUNDS/TEACHER I DIDN'T REALLY PAY ATTENTION TO IT UNTIL ABOUT A WEEK AGO UNTIL I NOTICED THAT ONE OF THE STUDENT'S LETTERS HAD TAKEN ON MORE SENTENCES AND HIS HANDWRITING WAS BETTER AND ONE STUDENT ASKED IF HE COULD TAKE HIS LETTER HOME AND FINISH IT AND THAT JUST MADE MY DAY. ))
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Epps says he's received about 100 letters from the children.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see a local artist who is working on projects of a historic nature.
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Artwork featuring figures from the Civil War has been in the news a lot recently, but what about the artists who focus on that topic?
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Today Patrick Evans brings us the story of one man who devotes much of his artistic life to the Civil War and depicting the men who fought it.
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Today in Sports, we'll check in on the George Lynch Basketball Camp.
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Next on health check -- Another former pro basketball star from the state is raising awareness in the Valley about a disease that effected his life.
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And a new study finds evidence to help women succeed at quitting smoking without putting on the pounds.
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America may have taken the cut the fat message too far.
People who are trying to cut all the fat are doing more harm than good.
Anne Petersen has more.
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(( THERE'S A FAT
PHOBIA IN AMERICA.
FOR THREE DECADES,
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TO CONSUME LESS FAT. AND
AMERICA HEEDED THE
ADVICE.
graphic: WHILE TODAY, FAT fat/obesity INTAKE IS AT AN ALL-TIME ratio LOW... OBESITY IS AT AN
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DIET... WE GO OVERBOARD.
MOST PEOPLE CUT OUT
MEAT AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
BECAUSE THEY'RE THE MOST
VISIBLE SOURCES OF FAT. graphic WHEN YOU ELIMINATE "nutrients you THOSE FOOD GROUPS YOU'RE lose when you CUTTING OUT MAJOR eliminate fat: SOURCES OF CALCIUM,
milk group IRON, ZINC AND
meat B-VITAMINS. group - - - SUPER N2 42:40-43:01 Lester "ANOTHER THING THAT Crawford HAPPENS WITH FAT FREE Professor of DIETS.. Nutrition ...NOT ABSORBED
PROPERLY."
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LEADING
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FINDING SOME FATS CAN BE
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IF IT'S THE RIGHT TYPE
OF FAT.
LAB STUDIES SHOW
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ACID, A TYPE OF FAT
FOUND NATURALLY IN DAIRY
PRODUCTS AND RED MEAT,
MAY HELP PREVENT COLON
CANCER. AND
MONO-UNSATURATED FATS
HELP REDUCE THE RISK OF
HEART DISEASE.
SCIENTISTS SAY THE
SATURATED FAT FOUND IN
CHOCOLATE AND MEAT IS
ALSO O.K. BECAUSE IT
CONTAINS STEARIC ACID.
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VACATION THIS SUMMER...
OR AT AN OUTDOOR
BARBEQUE... RELAXING
WITH FAMILY AND
FRIENDS... DON'T BE
AFRAID TO SINK YOUR
TEETH INTO A JUICEY
HAMBURGER OR STEAK... OR
ENDULGE IN A FEW TREATS
ALONG THE WAY... NOT
ONLY DOES IT TASTE
GOOD... IT'S GOOD FOR
YOU. I'M ANNE PETERSON
FOR CBS NEWS.
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Word out today says not only will exercise keep you healthy, it will also keep you from smoking.
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Researchers at the Miriam Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island say women who exercise vigorously while trying to kick the habit are twice as likely to succeed.
The report also suggests that giving up tobacco and nictoine doesn't have to result in weight gain.
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The women who worked out only put on half the weight of those who did not exercise.

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Former UVA and NBA star Ralph Sampson shared his experiences of living with diabetes.
Sampson's daughter was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes last September.
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Sampson was in the Roanoke Valley speaking to the Juvenile Diabetes Association yesterday.
He became involved with the organization after his daughter was diagnosed with the disease.
He and his family have also made changes at home.
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((EAT PROPERLY, EXERCISE PROPERLY AND MAINTAIN IT AT ALL LEVELS. WE JUST CHANGED IT AT OUR HOME TO EATING A HIGH EFFECTIVE DIET, A DIABETIC DIABETIC DIET. THE ONLY THING SHE HAS TO DO DIFFERENTLY IS TAKE INSULIN TWICE A DAY AND DO PRICKS FOUR TIMES A DAY.))
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16-million Americans have diabetes. It kills one person in the U.S. every three minutes.[2-Shot-Toss]
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Today is a big day for some young basketball fans in our area.
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They got to rub elbows with an N-B-A star. Here's Steve Mason with the details.[S5-LYNCH]


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Good afternoon. We start the Monday two minute ticker off with a homecoming.
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George Lynch spent this past NBA season with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Now he's back home for his annual summer basketball camp.
And this year for the first time since the camp began it's at George's alma mater--Patrick Henry High School.
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Camp is in session all week long.
Campers get personal attention from George and the other coaches.
And the pictures of a younger Lynch on the wall may provide some insight to what is possible with a lot of hard work.
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Lynch is working on getting corporate sponsors so one day he can offer the camp free to disadvantaged youth.
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Dale Earnhardt Junior took the checkered flag this past Saturday at South Boston in the Textilease Medique 300 Busch series race.
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And although he didn't win, Phillip Morris had his best day of the season on the Busch series circuit. The former New River Valley speedway track champion not only made the race, but finished a very strong seventh. However, this is only the second Busch race he has made this season, a far cry from last year's success in the late model stock car division.
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coming up at 6, Morris talks about what he has learned so far in the Busch series, lessons he wants to pass on to other drivers coming up through the ranks.
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Morris finishes that interview at six, plus we will have some big time news about a local high school soccer program going national, see ya then.



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Today is flag day across the country and no one is celebrating as big as the people of Gaston County, North Carolina.
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They are flying what could be the largest U-S Flag in the nation.
It measures 74 hundred square fee-which is three quarters the size of a football field. It weighs about 200 pounds.


A veteran's post raised the 280 thousand dollars to pay for the banner.
On June 14th, 1777, the Continental Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as the national flag.
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