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Coming up today on News 7 at five, a missing Virginia Tech student is found alive and well. We'll tell you where in a moment.
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and expired baby formula is found on the shelves of local drug stores.[Weather-Head]
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Milder weather has arrived, despite some frosty readings overnight. We'll see highs near seventy over the weekend, I'll have the details.

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and on today's Health Check segment,
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the government wants to see some changes made to make bunk beds safer for children.
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Government investigators say airport security is too loose and in some cases they were able to sneak onto airplanes without even having a ticket.
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Good Evening.
Undercover federal investigators say slipping past airport security is actually pretty easy at major U.S. airports. More troubling is that not much has changed since the last inspection six years ago. CBS Correspondent Lee Cowen has the new report by the Transportation Department's Inspector General.
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An overnight housefire killed two people in Henry County.
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41-year-old Joann Alice Craig and 31-year-old Jeffrey Curtis Clark were sleeping in a front bedroom when the fire broke out around eleven-thirty.
Neighbors say they tried to save them, but couldn't reach them in time.
Another man who lived inside the house, 68-year-old Clayton Price, managed to escape out a bedroom window.
The Fire Marshall says the fire started in a den at the back of the house.
Although a wood stove there WAS being used for heat, he says it does NOT appear to be the cause of the fire.
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Most of us know enough to check the expiration dates on perishable products we have sitting on the shelf at home.

There's a drug store here in the Roanoke Valley- -part of a NATIONAL CHAIN- -with numerous expired products on the shelves.
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Keith Humphry explains why that's so important.
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Tonya, we're talking about such things as infant forumla, condoms and glucose monitors being sold past their expiration dates at Rite Aid Drug stores.
We went to check it out... just yesterday.
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(( It wasn't hard to confirm. In just a few minutes in one of Rite Aid's newest stores- -the one at Cave Spring Corner- -we found several out-dated products on the shelves. Infant formula is critical. A child's sole source of nutrition must be current or the vitamins loose their potency. Of course rancid formula can make a child sick. And that's why formula is one of just two products with expiration dates regulated by law.))
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It's not an isolated problem, limited to one store in Roanoke County.
While you may find dated items at any store, we've discovered Rite Aid has run afoul of the law before in California and West Virginia for selling out-dated products.
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On NEWS 7 at SIX, Tonya, we'll tell you more about what happened the last time Rite Aid got caught selling infant formula and other items past their expiration date.

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The missing Virginia Tech student has been found.
She was right where police suspected all along .. hanging out with hippie-types in Flordia.
The mystery of the missing Virginia Tech student has been solved.
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20 year old Rebecca Myers vanished from a family cruise on Thanksgiving Day. Her parents found her this morning at a gathering of the Rainbow People, a group she had shown some interest in.
Police say Myers is fine, and she's apologized to her family and friends for failing to keep in touch.
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NASA officials are preparing to try again to land a probe on the red planet. After this break we'll tell you why tomorrow's landing is crucial to the space program,
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and we'll see why Sports Illustrated is the hottest thing going since Virginia Tech football.
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Authorities say twelve people are dead -- 40 others were injured this morning when two trains collided in rush hour traffic outside Sydney, Australia.
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A commuter train rounded a blind corner and slammed into the back of the trans-continental Indian Pacific.
All of those killed were riding on the commuter train.
Emergency workers raced to free three people who were trapped in the wreckage for more than 90 minutes after the collision.
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((BOB CARR/NEW SOUTH WALES PREMIER: THERE'S GOING TO BE MAYBE TEN OR TWELVE FAMILIES IN NEW SOUTH WALES TONIGHT WHO'LL BE VERY SAD. AND WE THINK OF THEM AT THIS TIME OF GRIEF AND SHOCK AND OUR COMMUNITY UNITES TO EXTEND OUR CONDOLENCES.))
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The cause of the crash remains unknown, but the Indian Pacific was either stopped or barely moving at the time.
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They are shut out of the governor's mansion, lieutenant governor's seat, attorney general's office, the power posts in the state senate, and now, the speakership of the house of delegates.
And this year's U-S Senate candidate is already behind in the polls-- even as an incumbent.
What's next for Virginia Democrats?
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The last one to win the governorship thinks the party is in "the land of opportunity."
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((DOUG WILDER/D-FORMER GOVERNOR: I EXPECT THAT THERE ARE SOME PERSONS WHO MIGHT NOT HAVE BEEN LEADERS BEFORE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, BUT WHO CAN REACH OVER ACROSS THE AISLE AND BECOME PLAYERS.. AND THE IMPORTANT THING IS WHAT'S BEST FOR THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA.))
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((DEL. CREIGH DEEDS/D-WARM SPRINGS: WE AREN'T, I DON'T THINK, BY BEING IN THE MINORITY STATUS WE ARE NO LONGER INVESTED IN THE STATUS QUO. I THINK THAT ARE FREE NOW TO RE-EVALUATE THOSE INSTITUTIONS AND THOSE IDEAS THAT ARE PART OF OUR PAST.))
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The next great hope: telecommunications tycoon Mark Warner already has a campaign for governor up and informally running for 2001.
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The Sports Illustrated Issue featuring Virginia Tech on the cover hit local newstands today, but it may not be there very long.
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The Volume Two Bookstore in Blacksburg sold out 400 copies of the magazine in just 30 minutes this morning.
While all of the Virginia Tech merchandise is selling well, managers say they've never had a single product move faster than the magazine.
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((THIS HAS BEEN A PHENOMENAL YEAR, BOTH HERE AT VOLUME TWO BOOK STORE AND THE UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE ON CAMPUS. WE'RE JUST PLEASED TO BE A PART OF THE EXCITEMENT THE FOOTBALL TEAM HAS GENERATED FOR THE VIRGINIA TECH FAMILY AND FOR THE COMMUNITY AS WELL.))
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The December 6th edition features Tech receiver Andre Davis on the cover, and includes a lengthy article on the Hokies high-flying success this season.
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, Patrick Evans shows what plants to look for to brighten your holiday homes.
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George W. Bush joins his republican counterparts who want to be President for a debate tonight in New Hampshire, a state that's an important prize in the upcoming primary season.
Bobbi Harley has more.
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STEVE FORBES ROLLED IN WITH A NEW ANTI-BUSH POLITICAL AD. MCCAIN RALLIED WITH YET ANOTHER TOWN HALL MEETING. THE OTHER THREE CANDIDATES, GARY BAUER, ORRIN HATCH AND ALAN KEYES, TONIGHT MAY TRY TO FIND OUT WHERE BUSH STANDS ON THE ISSUES. AND THATS WHAT THE VOTERS WANT BUT FROM ALL THE CANDIDATES.

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Still to come on the newscast, Mike Stevens is steaming about Arena Football, but it's not what you think... he really is in a good mood.
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and on Health Check we'll see why some orthodontists are recommending braces for younger children.
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((WHEN I FIRST GOT THEM, THEY FELT WEIRD ON MY GUMS, BUT AFTER A FEW DAYS THEY GOT NORMAL. ))
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The federal government says bunk beds should be safer.
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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has approved new mandatory standards for the beds.
Beginning next July, the opening in the upper bunk can be no more than three and a half inches.
Too much space between the slats of the upper bunk can be dangerous because children can fall between them and strangle themselves.
The Safety Commission also wants a continuous rail on the wall side of the bunk.
In the last nine years, 57 children have died in bunk bed accidents.
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It used to be children who wore braces were taunted for being different, but now that more kids are wearing them, they've almost become status symbols.
But when should you begin correcting young people's teeth.
As Mary Robb Jackson reports, it is now possible to start before their baby teeth fall out.
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Good afternoon folks. Remember growing up when you're mom used to always yell at you and your friends for throwing a ball inside the house.
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Well, starting in May it will OK to throw and kick inside the Roanoke Civic Center as the valley's new Arena Football Two team gets started.
Today, the head coach and the teams name were unveiled at a news conference at the Virginia Museum of Transportation.

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Pete Shaw is the head coach. Shaw was an assistant coach for the New Jersey Red Dogs of the arena league in the 1997-98 season.
He has other connections in the valley. His mentor is former Tech head coach Jerry Claiborne.
And during the 98 season he was an assistant with Rowan University, which lost to Mount Union in the Stagg Bowl that season.
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The franchise will be called the Roanoke Steam. General manager Tommy Benizio, who is also the Express general manager, said the name was chosen from a list of five.
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The Roanoke Rush's former head coach Duke Strager will coach the line. And Shaw says the team is talking to former Salem and Wake Forest star Richard Goodpasture about helping coach the defensive backs.



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[GO TO PINNACLE 7501] And now that the weekend is drawing closer you may to start penciling in some of the football and hoops coming up here on WDBJ-7.
Saturday on Your Hometown Station. It's the annual Army-Navy game at Noon.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 7503] Then right after that one of college basketball's classic rivalries renews itself as Kentucky takes on Bobby Knight and the Indiana Hoosiers at 3:30.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 7504] And Sunday we will have an NFL doubleheader for you. At one, the Colts take on the Dolphins and then at four the Raiders battle the Seahawks here on Your Hometown Station.

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And the Virginia High school league state football championships begin tomorrow night with Brookville taking on Handley at JMU. We'll preview that game and have the rundown of the championship games statewide tonight at six on News 7. Take care everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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The plants in your yard may be dead or dormant, but the inside of your home can still be alive with color thanks to the versatile and vibrant poinsettia.
Patrick Evans has dozens of colors to suit any palette, here's more.
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