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around two forty five this afternoon. the virginia state police say three vehicles are invovled. we're told a van sideswiped a tractor trailer that was stopped on the shoulder. that caused the van to hit another tractor trailer headed in the same direction. one of the tractor trailers involved lost its load - as you can see here in these pictures. that's what is blocking traffic. police say the driver of the van was taken to the hospital - but expected to be ok. troopers are still on scene investigating and now we're tracking some storms coming our way. that's right, the clouds are starting to roll in and the rain and wind will hit the area very shortly meterorologist ashley baylor is hard at work in the super doppler 10 weather center. ashley, what can we expect? tonight: rain with a few isolated thunderstorms.
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the upper-50s by 7 am. winds: s to w 10-20 mph. thursday: cloudy with intermittent showers. temps: starting in the upper-50s, then falling into the mid-40s by 3 pm. winds: n 5-15 mph. friday: chance of isolated morning showers, then drying out. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. it's been a tough day to sit in a classroom or an office with temperatures in the 70s! clouds have been filling in through the afternoon and now we will see some rain developing through the evening hours. with a cold front swinging through, there could be bouts of heavy rain tonight with a few rumbles of thunder. this is a slow-moving front, so we'll be tracking periods of rain through tomorrow morning. make sure you grab an umbrella tomorrow since we'll be tracking intermittent showers throughout the day. most of rain will fall across the metro, but we can't rule out some spotty showers farther north, across the middle peninsula, northern neck, and along the eastern shore. you'll notice a huge difference in temperatures - the
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fall into the mid-40s by 3 pm. we'll keep a few isolated morning showers in the forecast for friday, but the afternoon should be dry with highs in the mid-40s. today is the last day of work for more than 700 workers at newport news shipbuilding. the company announced the lay offs in december. now some families are trying to figure out -- what's next. 10 on your side's erin kelly talked with the union representing some of the people who lost their jobs. the local 8888 says it's a sad day for them -- and more than half of those laid off are active union members. newport news shipbuilding says the reductions are
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-- and all other options were exhausted. the decision affects 730 hourly and 8 salaried workers. the president of the company says the workload valley has a beginning and an end -- and work should pick back up next year. for now -- the local 8888 steelworkers union is trying to help -- and has provided job training, information on vice president, local 8888 936 i'm sure it's sad. they had, three months ago had a good career going, planning, and they could really support theirself and family 948 now they have to depend on others and make it as best as they can. 952 the union will distribute food to the workers february 24th at their union hall. they're also partnering with the virginia peninsula foodbank and others.
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resources on our website. and coming up at 5 -- you'll hear from one of the families trying to figure out what's next. live in newport news, erin kelly, 10 on your side. so now several people are looking for work now they have been laid off. coming up at five, i'll show you some of the resouces workers can use to find a new job and get back to work. emotions running high in a virginia beach court this morning. prosecutors dropped the charges against a woman accused of murdering her boyfriend. megan dejesus was accused of murdering her boyfriend on sedgewick court back in september. jason marks was in the courtroom today. jason, very emotional in there. today had to be a very tough day for megan dejesus. yes the manslaughter charge against here was dropped but she still has to live with the fact she stabbed her boyfriend to death. today's hearing only lasted about 5 minutes. prosecutors told the judge they wanted to voluntary manslaughter
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was charged after police were called out to the couple's home on sedgewick court. when they got there they found terrance covington lying in a pool of blood. he'd been stabbed in the chest. dejesus was charged with his death. after reviewing the case the commonwealth's attorney says witnesses and physical evidence overwhelmingly showed dejesus acted in self defense. that's why the charge was dropped and covington's family can't believe it. ""i think it is completely unfair a murder just walked free. people who run a traffic light get more punishment than than that. nothing changes the fact that she stabbed him and killed him" dejesus was already out on bond. she sat and court and weeded as the judge
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go. she did not have anything to say as she left court. covington had three children-- one of those with megan. live in virginia beach jason marks 10 on your side virginia beach police arrested a man for a murder earlier this week. this is 38-year-old christopher mitchell. police say he shot and killed 39-year-old robert atwood early sunday morning on newtown arch near south newtown road. atwood died at the hospital. mitchell is charged with second degree murder. he is being held in the virginia beach correctional center without bond. a newport news man is in the hospital after someone shot him. police are still trying to find who did it. it happened on 31st steet and oak avenue around seven last night. the man was shot several times. police say he was shot outside, but made his way into a nearby home. police still don't have any suspects. but if you saw something or know who may have done this, call crime line at the number on your screen. remember, you can get a reward if your information leads to an arrest. today portsmouth councilman danny meeks was suppose to be in court. councilman meeks was
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by portsmouth police for violations involving his vehichle recently meeks spoke with andy fox about those violations and he is in the newsroom i recently reported on councilman meeks plan to cut down crime in portsmouth. during that interview he spoke about the december incident, which he takes full responsibility for, but mentioned how disappointed he was with the officers tone. councilman danny meeks was stopped by a portsmouth police officer here along duke street that officer is c. nelson and meeks did not like the way officer nelson spoke to a citizen who had stopped meeks. (10;13 1) ((i was only upset because fo the way the officer approached the citizen)) (10:16 1) (9the citizen stopped me in the middle of the street cause he had a concern )) runs:08 meeks says nelson stopped because meeks car and the citizen were stopped in the street (10:31 1) (9the officer came up yelled spoke to loudly at the citizen and the citizen stopped me and wanted to tell me the
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runs: 16 meeks says officer nelson ordered the african american man out of the road in what meeks describes as an impolite way (11:11 1) ((the citizen when he got to the side of the street he made a reference to that's how they talk to us all the time councilman)) runs: 05 we wanted to ask officer nelson about that but he said no comment. (11:49 1) ((if i was impeding traffic expired tags fine there non moving violations they are 50 75 bucks)) runs: 10 but meeks also had 30 day tags that were over the 30 days, and he got a ticket for that. meeks says he understands the tickets, but he was concerned how the officer was talking to the citizen. (12:07 1) (9we can not let our officer create our own problems in this neighbrohood )) runs:10 (12;14 1) ((you have a minority community and a high strung white officer they collide it is a mess)) runs: 07
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continuance to better prepare his case. the new court date is april 5th at 2pm. again we asked officer nelson for comment, but he told us to call the public information officer a man is in the hospital with burns from a fire in cheapeake this morning. it happened around 10:15 at a mobile home on south military highway near north battlefield boulevard.. firefighters got to the scene and saw fire shooting out of the home. it took 45 minutes to get it under control. paramedics took the man to the hospital to be treated for burns on his hands. the red cross will help him and four others living there find a place to stay. there's a lot more news ahead here on wavy news 10 at 4: coming up at 4:30, norfolk international airport won't be expanding . why the f-a-a is saying no to a new runway. plus, a new book store could be coming to a mall near you. the company allegedly behind the move may surprise you. but coming up next, a local 9-1-1 center is having problems communicating information to first
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gives us a look at their fight for better equipment. a live look right now through towercam 10. calm out there now, but that will change soon. meterologist ashley baylor is up next with your 4 p-m forecast. again! again! again! again! again? again! again! general mills is removing artificial flavors and colors from our cereals. so you can love cereal... again! listen up! i'm here to get the lady of the house back on her feet. and give her the strength and energy to stay healthy. who's with me?! yay! the complete balanced nutrition of great tasting ensure.
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it's windy outside now, but that radar shows us something bigger is coming. ashley is hard at work in the super doppler 10 ready for what's coming. she'll have her full forecast in just a few minutes. but first, technology causing problems for a local 9-1-1 center. isle of wight county time getting important, live saving information out to first responders because of it. 10 on your side's deanna leblanc gives us a deeper
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the problem is - the equpiment is outdated. it was piecemealed together over time and does not meet modern standards. here's why that matters. while your calls into 9-1-1 can be heard loud and clear. when a dispatcher radios out to a first responder - it's often garbled. or - when a deputy, fire fighter, or medic is on a scene, and needs to communicate with one another or with dispatch - the dispatcher cannot understand what they're saying. the sheriff says that puts everyone in danger. sheriff mark marshall/isle of wight county "18:31 if we don't have the ability to talk to one another or talk to the comms center, then our mission of being able to deliver that service is significantly compromise and jeopardized. coming up tonight at 5 - i'll play you transmissions so you can hear for yourself how bad they are. then, i'll play what an upgraded system sounds like. and - i'll explain why it's taken so long to make the switch. i'm dl 10 on your side. people are cleaning up in mississippi and alabama are cleaning up after a tornado
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take a look at this incredible video of the storm taken yesterday afternoon. the storm brought a lot of rain and high winds. the tornado damaged several buildings, including this church. while there was a lot of destruction, nobody was hurt. a pastor says he ran for cover as soon as he saw "i took off running. i told my son to get inside and we just crawled under a desk and started praying." local leaders say they will ask state officials to declare their towns disaster zones. tonight: rain with a few isolated thunderstorms. temps: starting near 70, then falling into the upper-50s by 7 am. winds: s to w 10-20 mph. thursday: cloudy with intermittent showers. temps: starting in the upper-50s, then falling into the mid-40s by 3 pm. winds: n 5-15 mph. friday: chance of
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then drying out. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. it's been a tough day to sit in a classroom or an office with temperatures in the 70s! clouds have been filling in through the afternoon and now we will see some rain developing through the evening hours. with a cold front swinging through, there could be bouts of heavy rain tonight with a few rumbles of thunder. this is a slow-moving front, so we'll be tracking periods of rain through tomorrow morning. make sure you grab an umbrella tomorrow since we'll be tracking intermittent showers throughout the day. most of rain will fall across the metro, but we can't rule out some spotty showers farther north, across the middle peninsula, northern neck, and along the eastern shore. you'll notice a huge difference in temperatures - the mercury will start in the upper-50s and gradually fall into the mid-40s by 3 pm. we'll keep a few isolated morning showers in the
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the afternoon should be dry with highs in the
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dry with highs in the mid-40s. here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news here is a look behind the scenes as a dedicated staff on your side continues to work in the newsroom. i'm tom schaad in the wavy live center by now you've heard of another 700 plus layoffs fingertips to find another job. heavy emphasis on light rail. at 600, matt gregory tells us what virginia beach is doing to get taxpayers on board. but not everyone's along for the ride. imagine, the next time you're behind the wheel. what would you do if this came up, right in front of you? there is an incredible to go with this dashcam video. you'll see it when nicole livas joins me beginning
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just a reminder we are following breaking news out on the roads. the westbound lanes of i-64 near greatbridge boulevard because a tractor trailer overturned. we'll have the latest on this story coming up. still ahead on wavy news 10 at 4, bill cosby back in the courtroom. his attorney's are trying to get the sexual assault charges against him dropped. we'll tell you what happened. but up next, those gas prices keep dropping. we'll give you a look at
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we're on your side with a look at some of the top consumer stories. a big operator of shopping malls says amazon is planning to open up hundreds of bookstores. the c-e-o of general growth properties says amazon's goal is to get 400 phyical bookstores into malls across the country. however, amazon officials have not confirmed this. actual, physical stores would be a major reversal for amazon because their online business is credited with putting several retailers out of business. it really wasn't too long ago we were talking about the pain at the pump. now gas prices keep going down. triple-a says the national average for a gallon of gas is now a dollar and 78 cents. in some states, gas prices are below a dollar fifty. virginia sees an average of $1.65 a gallon and north carolina drivers pay around $1.77 a gallon.
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drivers in hawaii. they have to shell out an average of $2.63 a gallon. and just remember, we're always on your side bringing you the cheapest gas prices all around the area. you can find the lowest prices in your area by going to wavy dot com, and clicking "gas prices" under the traffic light rail in virginia beach continues. the latest on the plans to bring the train to the city, and what the oppsition is doing to try to stop it. but up next, we found out norfolk international airport won't be expanding. 10 on your side's brandi cummings gives us a look at the f-a-a's decision. meteorologist ashley baylor is working on your forecast live in the super doppler 10 weather center. also straight ahead --- you'll find out what chief meteorologist don slater is working on
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we are still following (vo) if you have type 2 diabetes, you may know what it's like to deal with high... and low blood sugar. januvia (sitagliptin) is a once-daily pill that, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar. januvia works when your blood sugar is high and works less when your blood sugar is low, because it works by enhancing your body's own ability to lower blood sugar.
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or low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). januvia should not be used in patients with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. tell your doctor if you have a history of pancreatitis. serious side effects can happen, including pancreatitis which may be severe and lead to death. stop taking januvia and call your doctor right away if you have severe pain in your stomach area which may be pancreatitis. tell your doctor right away and stop taking januvia if you have an allergic reaction that causes swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat, or affects your breathing or causes rash or hives. kidney problems sometimes requiring dialysis have been reported. some people may develop severe joint pain. call your doctor if this happens. using januvia with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. to reduce the risk, your doctor may prescribe a lower dose of the sulfonylurea or insulin. your doctor may do blood tests before and during treatment to check your kidneys. if you have kidney problems a lower dose may be prescribed. side effects may include upper respiratory tract infection, stuffy or runny nose, sore throat, and headache.
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talk to your doctor about januvia. we are still following breaking traffic news in chesapeake you're looking live on the wavy jam cams - at an accident that shut down westbound lanes of i-64 near greatbridge bouldevard. this accident happened around two forty five this afternoon. the virginia state police say three vehicles are invovled. we're told a van sideswiped a tractor trailer that was stopped on the shoulder. that caused the van to hit another tractor trailer headed in the same direction.
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trailers involved lost its load - as you can see here in these pictures. that's what is blocking traffic. police say the driver of the van was taken to the hospital - but expected to be ok. troopers are still on scene investigating and assisting with vdot in detouring traffic. we will continue to follow this story and the wind is here and the rain is starting to move in. that's right, and it's going to be here very soon. here's meterologist ashley baylor to tell us what is going on out there. tonight: rain with a few isolated thunderstorms. temps: starting near 70, then falling into the upper-50s by 7 am. winds: s to w 10-20 mph. thursday: cloudy with intermittent showers. temps: starting in the upper-50s, then falling into the mid-40s by 3 pm. winds: n 5-15 mph. friday: chance of isolated morning showers, then drying out. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. it's been a tough day to sit in a classroom or an office with temperatures in the 70s! clouds have been filling in through the afternoon and now we
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developing through the evening hours. with a cold front swinging through, there could be bouts of heavy rain tonight with a few rumbles of thunder. this is a slow-moving front, so we'll be tracking periods of rain through tomorrow morning. make sure you grab an umbrella tomorrow since we'll be tracking intermittent showers throughout the day. most of rain will fall across the metro, but we can't rule out some spotty showers farther north, across the middle peninsula, northern neck, and along the eastern shore. you'll notice a huge difference in temperatures - the mercury will start in the upper-50s and gradually fall into the mid-40s by 3 pm. we'll keep a few isolated morning showers in the forecast for friday, but the afternoon should be dry with highs in the
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now at 4:30... plans for a new runway at the norfolk international international airport have been grounded by the faa. airport officials say the new runway would help prevent delays and make the air traffic safer on the ground. 10 on your side's brandi cummings spoke to airport officials about the plans. stephanie, anita- the airport authority is disappointed with the faa's decision to stop the creation of this new parallel runway. the plans were for it to be 65-hundred feet and run parallel with the current runway. right now there are two runways at norfolk international. the longest one is the one used by all the aircraft carriers and even the private planes. the shorter one - known as the cross winds runway is rarely used. that's why the airport authority wanted to create a new one. officials say the new runway could cut down on delays by allowing more planes in and out of the airport.
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to fly in and out away from the commerical jets. the airport authority thought it was a good no. executive director, with the support of our congressman and senators we hope to be able to pusuade them to let us finish the eis. then we'll go from there. 20:10:22 airport officials hope to get another meeting with faa to see what they can do to get the new runway. coming up tonight on wavy news 10 at 5:30 you'll hear what passengers we talked to have to say about the proposal. live in the newsroom im brandi on your side. more news about the airport. the negotiations with uber are still going on. the airport thought an agreement for a permit was in place. but yesterday, uber came back to the
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if the airport agrees to the change to the deal, uber will be ready to agree to the permit. the official is hopeful the issue can be resolved so uber can start operating at the airport. the investigation into the flint water crisis took two giant leaps today. two branches of the federal government now involved. that raises the possibility of criminal charges. details from nbc's chris clackum. (natsound/flint river spillway) the flint water crisis spilled over into the halls of congress wednesday... ....where the resident who first uncovered lead in flint's water... testified how bad it was. (sot/ lee anne walters / flint, michigan resident : - : )12:45:23 "yes, the levels of lead in my water were higher than hazardous waste levels" levels so dangerous, lee anne walters quit bathing her twin four-year-old boys in flint's water.. much less let them drink it. (sot/ lee anne walters / flint, michigan resident : - : )10 03 34 "we now know the horror of poison running through that alleged negligence, though, that was the main focus of the house hearing ....and whether it rises to criminal negligence.
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lee /(d) texas : - : ) "would you say that there are criminal activities or results of this inaction? a-marc edwards / environmental professor / virginia tech "if it's not criminal i don't know what is." the fbi has announced it's investigating whether environmental crimes were committed in flint's crisis... . ...which started two years ago when the city was forced by the state to switch the source of its tap water from detroit's system... to the flint river ..in order to save the state money. michigan's republican governor rick repeatedly apologized for the state's poor handling ...while republicans on the committee say the federal e-p-a shares blame, too. michigan dept. of committee democrats were forceful in disagreeing. (sot/ rep. gerry connolly / (d) virginia : - : )10:43:43 "this is the consequence of putting ideology ahead of human beings" both sides blaming the other for what both say was a failure of epic
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embattled comedian bill cosby back in court for the second straight day. his attorney's are trying to get the sexual assault charges against him thrown out. yesterday, the former district attorney for montgomery county pennsylvania testified he made an unwritten promise of immunity with cosby. today in court, the current d-a says his predecessor had no right to make that kind of deal. cosby is charged with sexaully assaulting a former temple university employee in 2004. dozens of women have accused cosby of sexually assaulting them over the last four decades. if you're looking for employment -- we're on your side. new at five stephanie harris will help you navigate through the job hunt. those bed bugs are getting harder to fight. why scientists say it is getting harder to kill texas say the zika virus has been spread through sexual contact. why they say it is a game changer when it comes to fighting the
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we're on your side, looking out for your health. this may make your skin crawl. a new study suggests those nasty bedbugs are becoming harder to get rid of. scientists say the overuse of chemicals has actually made the bugs resistant to them. experts say companies may need to consider making alternate chemicals, especially if people notice bedbugs in places that have already been treated. researchers say more than one in 20 children suffer
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problems. scientists say parents need to be on the lookout for symptoms. time, crawling, walking, running, you should have them checked out by a doctor. vertigo, falling, fainiting, or just poor coordination are some things to look out for. dizziness may be caused by underlying neurological problems, ear infections, or concussions. new research suggests children may struggle more in school if one of their parents is battling depression. the study included more than one-million children born in sweden. it showed that if a parent becomes depressed during the child's life, their performance at school would likely drop off by the time they turned 16. the most significant impact was among girls whose mothers were diagnosed with depression. some call him the most hated man in america. and today, he found himself in federal court. more about what happned and why he says, he's done talking. but up next, virginia beach city leaders are moving forward with their plan for the light rail. but so
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10 on your side's matt
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the city of virginia beach rolls on with light
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this week, city manager's office presented the city council with a vision for growth in virginia beach. and it all tied into light rail. while the city moves forward so has the opposition. 10 on your side's matt gregory has the latest from town center. if the plans go through,here at town center would be the final stop on the new light rail extension. its where the old norfolk soouthern line ran. but if a group in virginina beach has their way, it wont even get that far. to give you the latest on the light rail here's what you should know. this week's presenation is just the first of several aimed at giving city council a view of what light rail could do.. here's a look at what the council saw. the study shows that in other cities businesses and apartments grew up around light rail. from the perspective of the city, they say the new transportation could do that here. in the meantime citizens against light rail say their supporters continue to grow.
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transportation choices is critical for any city of our size and to connect the two largest cities in the commonwealth just makes a lot of sense." 00:30:35 john atkinson/ light rail opposition c0003 00:04:57 "we currently have over 17,000 signatures on petitions. i want 34,000 so we're are as far as im concerned halfway to the point that i want to be." 00:05:08 coming up at 6, an approaching milestone for the city makes these presentation crucial. i'll explain on wavy new 10 at 6 in virginia beach matt gregory 10 on your side. we are still following breaking traffic news in chesapeake you're looking live on the wavy jam cams - at an accident that shut down westbound lanes of i-64 near greatbridge bouldevard. this accident happened around two forty five this afternoon. the virginia state police
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invovled. we're told a van sideswiped a tractor trailer that was stopped on the shoulder. that caused the van to hit another its load - as you can see driver of the van was assisting with vdot in detouring traffic. we will continue to follow this story and give you updates on air and on wavy dot com an explosion put a big hole in a commercial jet right in the middle of the flight. a passenger took this is video. you can see the the passengers are surprisingly calm during this whole thing. the pilot thinks a bomb went off, but so far, somalia's civil air division says there is no evidence anyone planted a bomb. officials should know more about what happened later in the week. some incredible video of more plane trouble. this time in hawaii. a man had to land his plane in the water near honolulu yesterday afternoon. auhtorities say the pilot of the cessna couldn't get his landing gear to come down, so he had to land the plane on its belly in a lagoon. the
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had to pull him from the water. he was the only person on board. because of the zika virus. health officials in registered more than three thousand cases of the virus in less than three months. the world health organization says the epicdemic is an honduras's president says the prevention of the spread of mosquitos is disease. the governemnt is ordering health workers to fumigate houses and school buses, and to raise awareness on how to prevent mosquito breeding sites. officials confirm a rare case of zika in dallas. a person got the virus while in venezuela. health officials say that person then gave the virus to someone else, through sexual contact. the director of dallas health and human sevices says this is a game changer when it comes to the spread of the virus. we looked at the mosquito biting the human in latin america, coming here to the united states, and then the mosquito biting and transferring the virus
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talking about sexually transmitting the zika virus. that is a concern because of people who travel to latin american countries, who are engaged in unprotected sex, who can potentially bring back the virus and infect others." the official went on to say the fact most people who have zika don't show any symptoms will be a challenge when it comes to battling the diesase. martin shkreli says he's done talking to the public. and that includes congress. shkrieli left federal court after a hearing. he is facing severa lfraud charges. he is also going to a hearing in d-c tomorrow in front of congress, regarding his company hiking the price of prescription drugs. namely, a life saving drug for h-i-v patients that he increased from 13 dollars a pill, to 750 dollars a pill. his attorney says he will not be speaking at tomorrow's hearing. um and yet, because of the pending criminal charges, if required to appear before a congressional
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the advice of counsel mr. shkreli will be invoking his 5th amendment privilege against self-incrimination and not answering any questions." (:18) some have called shkreli the most hated man in america for the drug price hike. parts of the midwest have been dealing with a blizzard. and with blizzards, come problems on the roads. take a look at this. an s-u-v spins out right in front of a highway patrol cruiser in south dakota. forecasters say winds gusting to 45 miles an hour made travelling on the roads almost impossible. the south dakota highway patrol had to close a part of interstate 29 because of the severe conditions. anchors ad-lib toss tonight: rain with a few isolated thunderstorms. temps: starting near 70, then falling into the upper-50s by 7 am. winds: s to w 10-20 mph. thursday: cloudy with intermittent showers. temps: starting in the upper-50s, then falling
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winds: n 5-15 mph. friday: chance of isolated morning showers, then drying out. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. it's been a tough day to sit in a classroom or an office with temperatures in the 70s! clouds have been filling in through the afternoon and now we will see some rain developing through the evening hours. with a cold front swinging through, there could be bouts of heavy rain tonight with a few rumbles of thunder. this is a slow-moving front, so we'll be tracking periods of rain through tomorrow morning. make sure you grab an umbrella tomorrow since we'll be tracking intermittent showers throughout the day. most of rain will fall across the metro, but we can't rule out some spotty showers farther north, across the middle peninsula, northern neck, and along the eastern shore. you'll notice a huge difference in temperatures - the mercury will start in the upper-50s and gradually fall into the mid-40s by 3
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in the forecast for friday, but the afternoon should be dry with highs in the
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straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 solving the problem of flooding in norfolk. hear from the mayor why funding for a comprehensive study is a crucial first step to change. c0019 - 1912 i'm erin kelly in newport news, where hundreds of workers left the shipyard for the last time today. you'll hear from one family affected by all of this 1920 then at five-thirty - inspiring innovation. how the international red cross is helping improve the lives of people living with disabilities. and at 6-- matt gregory
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the stepped up push for light rail in virginia beach. why now? that-- and the growing opposition-- at 6. but first ahead here at 4 this picture is going viral. why this police officer sgot on the ground, and started playing with this little
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this next photo we're about to show you has gone viral, for all the right reasons. it shows a cincinnati police officer playing on the floor with a two year old boy. the picture was taken after the toddler was found wandering alone at 2:30 in the morning outside an apartment complex. officers bought the child some warm clothes and diapers, and officer will nastold says he was just trying to calm the boy down the best way he knew how. the child's mother eventually came to pick up her son three hours later. she admitted to drinking the night before. a village in china has been dealing with "monkey business" for decades. and now business is booming as the chinese new year approaches. this year is the year of the monkey in the chinese zodiac. people in the village teach monkies to perform circus tricks. the village has been doing this for centuries. and now, the village is trying to become a tourist attraction for the upcoming
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illegal to breed and raise monkies in china, but the village remains a special exception to the laws. wavy news 10 at 5 starts jason whip: "i'm jason marks in virginia beach-- charges dropped. a virginia beach woman is no longer on the hook for shipbuilding. but we're on your side to help laid off employees find work. nat: editors this is from a clip labelled iow medical call from tuesday p6 iow 911 1:00:22 dispatcher: unit 44, unable to copy. communication connundrum. why deputies and fire fighters in one part of hampton roads say their radios to dispatch - don't work. we continue to follow breaking traffic news in chesapeake -- the westbound lanes of i-64 near great bridge bouldevard are shut down, because of a three-vehicle crash. the eastbound lane just re-opened. this is a live look through the wavy traffic jam cam. it happened about 2 hours ago.
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trailer that was stopped on the shoulder. that caused the van to hit another tractor trailer headed in the same direction. one of the tractor trailers involved lost its load blocking traffic. police say the driver of the van was taken to the hospital - but is expected to be ok. motorists should avoid the area right now. hopefully the commute stays dry, as crews try to clear that accident -- we're on your side tracking approaching storms. right now you're looking at a live picture from our tower cam. the system could bring more than rain, along with perhaps thunder and wind. chief meteorologist don slater is keeping a close eye on it all. don, how's temps: starting near 70, then falling into the upper-50s by 7 am. winds: s to w 10-20 mph. thursday: cloudy with intermittent showers. temps: starting in the upper-50s, then falling into the mid-40s by 3 pm. winds: n 5-15 mph. friday: chance of isolated morning showers, then drying out. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10-20
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it's been a tough day to sit in a classroom or an office with temperatures in the 70s! clouds have been filling in through the afternoon and now we will see some rain developing through the evening hours. with a cold front swinging through, there could be so we'll be tracking periods of rain through tomorrow morning. make sure you grab an umbrella tomorrow since we'll be tracking intermittent showers throughout the day. most of rain will fall across the metro, but we can't rule out some spotty showers farther north, across the middle peninsula, northern neck, and along the eastern shore. you'll notice a huge difference in temperatures - the mercury will start in the upper-50s and gradually fall into the mid-40s by 3 pm. we'll keep a few isolated morning showers in the forecast for friday, but the afternoon should be
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