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this month - chesapeake city council is talking about a proposal for a new field house. some residents hope it would bring a boost to the western branch area. 10 on your side's erin kelly has been talking to them about the idea. a resident i talked told me it would mean families here wouldn't have to drive to the peninsula or virginia beach for youth sporting events. and she thinks it would help fill up the area's hotels and restaurants. kathy reagan young - resident c0002 - 2726 we needed a shot in the arm like this and this makes sense on so many levels. 2730 kathy reagan young -- who about growing western branch is already on board -- with a new proposal to build a the virginia for illustration purposes. he's picturing an indoor facility with turf fields, volleyball and basketball courts. it's not clear exactly where it would go -- but somewhere in this
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would draw, i think from all cities, all areas. 1854 this year macy's announced one of the stores it would close was the chesapeake square mall location. sears has already left the area. kathy reagan young - resident c0002 - 2831 things have gone a bit downhill. it's gotten a little tired in western branch. 2838 our business hub, things have seen better days, let's spend about 7-8 million to build it. then they would look for someone to lease, manage, and operate the facility -- and invest in it. roland davis - chesapeake city if you take the chesapeake square retail area and have something like this, it could draw hundreds of thousands of families during the year. 1950 you'll have a raising of real estate values, in sales tax revenue. 1956 if you want to learn more about the project -- answer portsmouth/chesapea ke elks lodge at 6:30 this thursday. on february 9th, city council decides what capital projects they'll include in their plan. live in
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side. we had a beautiful day today! but that's all going to change! chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler 10 weather center with our first forecast. overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as overnight a chance of a
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between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as high as 30. it's decision day in iowa. the candidates have spent months campaigning -- and millions on advertising -- and tonight -- we're one step closer to learning who the presidential nominees will be. both parties expecting
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turnout among caucus goers -- at this point -- there's not much more for candidates to do but wait for the results. ten on your side's chief national correspondent jim osman is des moines with all the latest. (jim on cam) we're inside the media center here in des moines where hundreds of reporters are gathering and where results will be announced tonight. setting the scene for you... the weather is des moines is almost perfect for caucus day --- about 45 degrees and sunny.... a big storm is expected tomorrow - but it won't hit by tonight... (vo) hillary clinton and bernie sanders barnstormed the state of iowa in the final days. hillary clinton was slightly ahead in the last des moines register poll... a good sign for her --- her supporters were more likely to say they wouldn't change their minds at the last minute. iowa is crucial for clinton as the next state new hampshire may be tailor made for sanders could change rather quickly... and then south carolina becomes a must win for her.... it all starts tonight and she
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lot of good by winning iowa.... (jim live) on the republican side the race is down to donald trump and ted cruz. the key; conservative religious voters which dominate the gop caucuses here in iowa. trump as a of late has polled better with lastest results and our team coverage. im chief national correspondent jim osman at the media center in des moines. decision day is fast approaching for virginia voters as well. the presidential primary is coming up on march first. if you want to vote in the primary -- and you are not registered already -- the deadline to register is monday february 8th. that's one week from today. you can register by mail -- but it must be postmarked on or before the february 8th deadline. you can also register online or in person. to find out more -- go to wavy dot com -- and click on the "politics" tab. new information tonight about a federal investigation -- into last years amtrak train crash in philadelphia. the deadly derailment
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injured hundreds more. the national transportation safety board just released -- for the first time -- thousands of documents related to its investigation. among the documents - transcripts of interviews with the train's engineer brandon bostian. he says he doesn't remember the crash. investigators still don't know why the train was going 106 miles per hour -- twice the speed limit -- when it crashed. more information about the cause of the crash is expected later this year. now amtrak is looking into another incident. this one happened last night -- not too far from where that crash happened in may. according to amtrak something hit one of its trains as it was passing through philadlephia. there were about 200 people aboard the acela express out of washington d-c when it happened. a gunshot. investigators say whatever it was -- it cracked a window. they think someone may have thrown something at the train. no one was hurt. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - chesapeake prepares to beloved deep creek family
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murder-suicide. plus -- some are calling it "divine intervention" how a nun came to the rescue of a man trapped
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in california - all three fugitives who escaped from an orange county jail are back behind bars. after spending more than a week on the run. two of them were captured this weekend in san francisco. the other was taken into custody friday morning in southern california. tonight - we're learning more about the call to 9-1-1 that helped bring the fugitive back to justice. (911 dispatcher) santa ana police 911. (female caller) i'm calling about bac duong, i have him here, he's ready to turn himself in, he just came in, he said he's scared to turn himself in, so he asked me to call. the sheriff says the inmates cut through half-inch steel bars -- and snaked their way through plumbing tunnels to the roof of the maximum security jail in
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to make their escape. in massachusetts -- a man is recovering -- after a tree fell on him. and some are calling what happened nothing short of 00-07 (dispatch/ saturday) "(inaudible) respond to the abbey, report of a male party in the woods with a tree that fell on his leg." the 74-year old was out chopping wood this weekend for his fireplace -- when a tree fell on him - trapping him underneath. a nun -- from a nearby abbey -- happened to be walking in the woods -- and heard his cry for help. the man's pastor says it was no accident she was there at just the baptist church) "i think god looks out for people in general, i think he loves us and so i don't think it's necessarily coincidental.' the man suffered injuries to his lower legs and has hypothermia. he is in good condition at a boston hospital. treating chronic back and leg pain can be tricky and it doesn't always work. a little later we'll tell you about a fairly new treatment that offers patients
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you should get out more. chicken. geico motorcycle. great rates for great rides. it's been a week since a family of six was killed in a murder-suicide. police found the bodies of todd, lori, landon, brooke, doris, and cameron dooley inside two different homes in chesapeake. investigators say cameron shot and killed his grandmother - his parents - and his brother and sister - before taking his own life after a police stand-off . right now - friends and family are getting ready for a memorial at deep creek baptist church. ten on your sides liz palka is in chesapeake where the memorial is set to begin in just a little while. liz? stephanie and anita - there are no words to describe what this family and community has felt the last few days. many will say goodbye to the
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the memorial service. dooley family tonight at the memorial service. hundreds of people are expected to be here. and hundreds have already celebrated the life of the dooleys. their home church - temple baptist - held a prayer service thursday after the family was discovered. and friends of 17 year old brooke dooley organized a candlelight vigil on saturday night. that's when todd's brother and doris' son, michael dooley, spoke for the first time to the media. michael said they have no words to express how deeply they are grieving after this tragedy. but they are grateful for the kindness and outpouring of love and support from their church and community.
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starting here at deep creek baptist church at 7 oclock. we understand the chesapeake police department will have a large presence here as todd dooley was a retired officer. the church is offering a live stream of the service for anyone who can't be there. we will have that up on our website, too. go to wavy.com and look for the livestream tab at 7. i'm liz palka, 10 on your side. i'm liz palka, 10 on your side. we're keeping an eye on a large power outage in virginia beach. right now - according to dominion virginia power more than 14- thousand customers are without power. dominion says its because of a mechinal failure. power should
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overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as
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overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast
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tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as
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and i'm tom schaad. next on wavy news 10 at 6-- a worldwide health scare lands here in hampton roads. what we know tonight about a student who contracted the zika virus-- and what the
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and getting back on track. convicted felons serve their time-- but what's there for them when they need a job? what we found in a 10 on your side investigation-- when nicole and i see you
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here. here. breaking news in norfolk -
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accident on 27th street and llewellyn. you're taking a look at chopper 10 above the scene, it happened just after 5 a witnes tell's 10 on your side's liz kilmer - two children were inside a van that was hit by a truck. we're told the children were taken to the hospital, the intersection is closed. we're working to find out more. milloins of people are living with chronic back and leg pain. it can be debilitating and often there aren't very good solutions. but -- there is a new tool and it's showing remarkable results. the nevro stimulation implant -- a device that is easily implanted and works at a very high frequency. 1:16-30 it's stimulation of a nerve that is imperceptible to the patient, but in doing so it reduces pain transmission along the spinal cord to the brain, so essentially the patient will feel less pain without any
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the device is implanted during an out patient procedure that takes stimulator runs around the clock and offers patients instant relief. the new high frequency implant procedure was just approved by the fda in may and is covered by most major health insurers and medicare. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - "hope for a future free from hatred and violence." why a south carolina church has been nominated prize. housekeeper under arrest-- accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from a man she worked for. lex gray has details of
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my name is glenn, and i'm an independent turkey farmer. (female announcer) shady brook farms . no growth-promoting antibiotics, just honest, simple turkey. the emanuel a-m-e church in charleston south carolina has been nominated for the nobel peace prize. they were nominated during a ceremony in chicago today by the congressional black caucus and other members of congress. you recall the church was holding bible study last summer when nine members of their congregation were shot and killed. the nominators say the church deserves the award for offering forgiveness to the gunman. stay with us... wavy news >> now, from the station on your side, this is wavy news 10. >> writer top at 6:00 p.m., two children are hurt in an accident and >> let's get right to the scene.
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>> police just confirms that a to a hospital. the family was inside the van that you can see, a lot of damage on the passenger side. the family was coming down 27th street when a pickup truck went through the intersection and the witness says that the truck hit the fan. the two children in the van were thrown from the vehicle. the witness called 911. he and others were standing by and try to help the children. they were instructed by 911 to perform cpr on the children. all we have to confirm from the police right now is that the two children and their mother were taken to the hospital. we will continue to follow this
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try to figure out what exactly happened. that is all we know, but we are working for moore. back to you in the studio. >> thank you. also tonight, now considered a global emergency, the zika virus arrives here on a local college campus. >> the big question tonight, is there concern for what world health officials call an extraordinary event and they are calling the spread of the mosquito borne zika virus exclusive. >> a student who travel to central america during the winter break contracted that virus. few details have been released, but the college's watching this carefully. we are live in williamsburg with what we were able to find out and reaction from the campus. >> officials here on the college of william and mary campus spent the day killing members of the
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