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gloomy start to the day. thanks for joining us cummings. and i'm don roberts. the showers will bring some localized meteorologist jeremy wheeler will let us know the area's most likely to be impacted. meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super weather center.. this afternoon: on/off rain showers. rain could be heavy at times. temps: falling into the upper-40s. winds: sw to n 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few early showers, then decreasing clouds. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. a cold front is very slowly moving through the region. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. as a result, we will be tracking on and off rain through the afternoon and evening hours. localized
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another 1-2" of rain forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue to fall behind it. the rain will taper off tomorrow morning. it could end briefly as a rain/snow mix, but nothing will stick. by friday afternoon, we'll be back under a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-40s. it'll be nice and dry on saturday. most of sunday looks dry..for now, however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few hundred miles offshore. this may bring some precipitation to northeast north carolina or perhaps a stray shower to the rest of the region. if the storm changes track just a little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to the
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as the storms move through our area make sure your stay connected with our wavy 10 weather app - its' free for all apple and android users... we continue to follow developing news out of virginia beach. a woman is in the hospital after being shot just before 7:30 this morning. it's a story we first brought to you as breaking news on wavy news 10 today on fox. in the video - caution tape surrounds the house on kitimal drive - near dam neck road. police say the woman has non-life threatening injuries in the shooting. officers say the shooting is a domestic-related shooting - and spent the morning searching for the person of interest. nearby ocean lakes high school was placed on an external lockdown shortly after the shooting. police need your help to find the suspect. they
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toyota with a license plate spelling prosper. if you have any information - call police. looking ahead to tonight -- there will be a vigil to remember a 9-year-old boy killed in a car accident earlier this week. lucas ballard was in a vehicle when it was hit on west 27th street and llewellyn avenue monday night. his best friend, 7-year-old mcclenny, survived the crash and is recovering at home this morning. family and friends will gather tonight at 6:00 and pack the soccer field at moyock elementary school. 10 on your side talked with mcclenny's sister. c0001 - kasaera (key-share-uh) mcclenny - sister 4112 knowing that he's doing okay, i'm a little bit better about it, but i'm still in shock about my brother being in an accident and he's 7 years old. 4118 butt to 4253 "it's going with, is gone 4256 it's gonna be hard to tell him. 4258 the commonwealth's attorney has not decided yet if he will file charges in this case. we have new information about the relationship between 13-year-old
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18-year-old virginia tech student charged in her murder. investigators believe the two had an inappropriate relationship and that lovell was planning to expose it. they believe that could be the reason she was killed. about an hour ago one of the suspects accused in her death was in court for a bail hearing. lawyers representing 19- year-old natalie keepers rescheduled the hearing from yesterday . 18-year-old david charges in lovell's kidnapping and murder. a major sexual assault testing project is moving in virginia. it's part of a 1-point-4 million dollar program being led by attorney general herring's office. the goal is to clear out a backlog of more than 2-thousand untested sexual assault evidence kits. the commonwealth finalized a contract to perform the testing at a northern virginia facility. the first kits submitted for testing will come from virginia beach. some of the kits date back to 1988. police in norfolk need your help to find an armed purse thief.
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these pictures. they show a man robbing a woman last thursday afternoon on granby street near lafayette park. the 54-year-old woman told police she was unloading her car when a grabbed her purse. she wasn't hurt. vehicle police believe the man drove off in. investigators say it's an acura m-d-x from the early 2000's. there's a white decal on have any information about this theft or this vehicle, call the crime line. happening today, there is a meeting this evening at 5:30 about recalling a local city treasurer. a group called the citizens recall committee started a petition to get norfolk city treasurer anthony burfoot out of office. a grand jury indicted burfoot on federal perjury and public corruption charges last month. earlier this week - a grassroots group start circulating a petition. they want to have burfoot recalled before his trial starts in a few months. just got off the phone with max
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recall committee regarding the recall of anthony burfoot. also happening today in portsmouth, you'll have a chance to meet with city leaders as they talk about the budget process. the city manager and superintendent will be on hand to answer your questions. the meeting is tonight from 6:30 to 8:30 at i-c norcom high school. this is video of last month's community budget meeting. residents told 10 on your side their main concern system. out of state toll breakers - cost the commonweatlh a lot of money. now state lawmakers are looking to make sure they pay up. a new bill will allow virginia to enter into enforcement deals with other states so tolls can be collected. the states would share information about toll cheaters - possibly preventing those people from renewing their license until they pay up. the virginia d-m-v sayrs around 200- thousand drivers living in other states owe 8-point-8 million dollars in tolls, penalties and fees. most of those
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live in maryland and dc. some virginia state lawmakers say kids going to public school should have at least 20 minutes of physical activity a day. a bill has already been approved in the senate. now members of the house are looking to pass a similar bill. some lawmakers say the bill is unfair for teachers and local districts. the bill applies to students in kindergarten through fifth grade. later today the coast guard cutter bear should return back to portsmouth. for the past month the bear's crew has been patroling the waters in the caribbean to stop drugs from entering the country. in one bust alone, the crew confiscated more than 46 pounds of cocaine. amazon prime users - a new service starts today in hampton roads. the company says its one-hour delivery service is expanding to virginia beach and other places in the seven cities. the service is for thousands of daily essentials. in virginia beach, prime now is available from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week.
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and one-hour delivery is available for $7.99. you may see several emergency vehicles in chesapeake today. naval support activity says it will hold an active shooter drill. they tell us it is part of an anti-terrorism exercise. during the drill, you could also see an increase in traffic or a delay in getting on base. virginia beach mayor will sessoms sits down with 10 on your side - to talk about the "conflict of interest" scandal. he spent 14 months fighting the accusations. mayor sessoms spoke only to andy fox about the virginian-pilot investigation. we asked sessoms if he thought he should resign-- or how team sessoms managed the growing crisis. he talked about how his full-time job with the townebank led to legal troubles with his part-time job as mayor. mayor will sessoms/virginia beach (20:59 6) ((i did make a byte) ((if you want me to be truthful i do want you to
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really didn't have the time i needed for 17 you can watch andy fox's sessoms tonight. his report begins at 4 with his full investigation at six. still ahead - active after cancer - what doctors say you can do after being diagnosed - that may help save your life. plus - vacation value - the best ways to get the biggest bang for your buck before going on vacation this spring. and -- democrates debate - presidential candidates prepare to square off just days before the new hampshire primaries! plus - the hoax - how one prankster convinced store employees to break out every window at the
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or any of its ingredients. alert your doctor of new or worsening problems including headaches, seizures, confusion and vision problems. these may be signs of a rare, potentially fatal brain condition. serious allergic reactions can occur. tell your doctor if you or anyone in your house needs or has recently received a vaccine. in a medical study, most stelara patients saw at least 75% clearer skin and the majority were rated as cleared or minimal at 12 weeks. stelara helps keep my skin clearer.
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today is world cancer day -- and new research shows that for people diagnosed, the risk of cancer death falls as they become more active. danielle barber explains how exercise can prolong or even save your life. s/ denise schrader, breast cancer survivor :00-:05 s/ dr. shelby shock because i thought that i was doing everything right and living a healthy life and i really felt that my body betrayed me." denise schrader was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012. after dozens of treatments, she says exercise, running in
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get her life back on track. (sot: dr. shelby terstriep, oncologist) "with somebody who has had cancer treatment it can improve their quality of life, it can improve fatigue and improve mobility." (sot: denise schrader, breast cancer survivor) "it helps me sleep better at night and it helps me with stress, kind of a de-stressor, and also it helps with some of the side effects of the hormone blocker that i'm on." being physically active doesn't only pertain to patients battling cancer. doctor shelby terstriep says exercise for the average person is just as important. (sot: dr. shelby terstriep, oncologist) "a lot of it is keeping people at their ideal body weight because we dangerous hormones circulating in their body like insulin and insulin-like growth factor." terstriep says exercise can also reduce the risk of cancer coming back. (sot: dr. shelby terstriep,
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"it also helps to decrease inflammation in the body which we know that inflammation can be one of the drivers of cancer." though exercise and running is an important part of denise's routine, she says her prognosis has given her a whole new perspective. (sot: dr. shelby terstriep, oncologist) "i don't run for time anymore, i run for my life." doctor terstriep recommends 150 minutes of moderate exercise or activity a week -- that's about 20 minutes per day. and, two for all major muscle groups per week. we're on your side with a recall warning this morning. dirt devil is recalling more than 158- thousand of these vacuums because of an electrical shock hazard. the recall covers three models of the dirt devil total pet-cyclonic upright vacuums. so far there have been more than a dozen reports of a prong on the electrical cord detaching and remaining inside the outlet. no one has reported
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have one of these, you should stop using it and contact the company for a free replacement. this morning technical problems are to blame if you are having trouble filing your taxes. the i-r-s says it stopped accepting electronically filed tax returns because of a problem with one of its computer systems. that's going to delay you from filing online and getting your return. the outage could affect refunds, but the i-r-s said it did not anticipate "major disruptions." ( weather anim - with track) this afternoon: on/off rain showers. rain could be heavy at times. temps: falling into the upper-40s. winds: sw to n 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with occasional rain showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few early showers, then decreasing clouds. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. a cold front is very slowly moving through the region. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. as a result, we will be
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through the afternoon and evening hours. localized flooding is possible with another 1-2" of rain forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue to fall behind it. the rain will taper off tomorrow morning. it could end briefly as a rain/snow mix, but nothing will stick. by friday afternoon, we'll be back under a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-40s. it'll be nice and dry on saturday. most of sunday looks dry..for now, however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few hundred miles offshore. this may bring some precipitation to northeast north carolina or perhaps a stray shower to the rest of the region. if the storm changes track just a little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to the region. stay tuned for
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meteorologist ashley baylor and chief meteorologist don slater will have the most updated forecast starting at 4... in the meantime, make sure you stay connected through our wavy 10 weather app - its' free for all apple and android users... users... up next on midday - dem their chance later this week. plus - timely travel - the tips you and your
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(husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100 meg upload and download speeds, plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. switch to better. switch to fios. it may still be a month or two away, but you have to book now if you want to find good deals for spring break travel. lindsey mastis shows us what to do -- and not do -- to save money. (reporter stand up intro: lindsey mastis) "when it comes to spring break, you don't want to wait for any last-minute travel deals. that's because experts say that flying." spring break isn't just for college students. it's a chance for families to spend quality time together -- on vacation. and you don't want to get left behind. (sot: tammy levent, ceo elite travel management
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"the minute you know you want to take a vacation, you have to book." using third party websites and apps to find deals -- may seem like a good idea -- but... to happen, the airline only helps those, physically, that bought either from a travel agent or their airline direct." some cruise lines offer online specials for booking in advance -- like norwegian. (sot: ryan yerwood, traveler) "once you get on the cruise, it's very hard to save money, because everything you see you want to buy." levent recommends making off-ship plans with the cruise line. (sot: tammy levent, ceo elite travel management group) "if you booked an excursion on a cruise line, and something was to happen on that excursion, since you booked it with the cruise line, they'll wait for you. if not, early -- and if a better deal comes along -- you have 24 original reservation. you can also use apps like yelp and foursquare -- to find deals on food. groupon can help you save money on activities. there's even an app to and instead -- vacation or later. (sot: angela erb, traveler) "we took about four days
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college and we came down to enjoy tampa." when it comes to spring break, booking early is the way to go. you'll save money and guarantee your spot, especially if you're planning to travel to a popular spring break destinations like mexico, the bahamas and florida. coming up on midday-- fast food hoax -- how one
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we're back at 12:30 on wavy news 10 midday i'm brandi cummings in for katie collett. and i'm don roberts. thanks for staying with us. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... this afternoon: on/off rain showers. rain could be heavy at times. temps: falling into the upper-40s. winds: sw to n 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with occasional rain showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few early showers, then decreasing clouds. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. a
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moving through the region. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. as a result, we will be tracking on and off rain through the afternoon and evening hours. localized flooding is possible with another 1-2" of rain forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue to fall behind it. the rain will taper off tomorrow morning. it could end briefly as a rain/snow mix, but nothing will stick. by friday afternoon, we'll be back under a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-40s. it'll be nice and dry on saturday. most of sunday looks dry..for now, however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few or perhaps a stray shower to the rest of the a wintry mix closer to the region. stay tuned for
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we continue to follow developing news out of virginia beach. a woman is in the hospital after being shot just before 7:30 this morning. it's a story we first brought to you as breaking news on wavy news 10 today on fox. in the video - caution tape surrounds the house on kitimal drive - near dam neck road. police say the woman has non-life threatening injuries in the shooting. officers say the shooting is a domestic-related shooting - and spent the morning searching for the person of interest.
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school was placed on an shortly after the shooting. police need your help to find the suspect - he's driving a 20-14 toyota license plate spelling prosper. if you have police. looking ahead to tonight -- there will be a vigil to remember a 9-year-old boy killed in a car accident earlier this week. lucas ballard was in a vehicle when it was hit on west 27th street and llewellyn avenue monday night. his best friend, 7-year-old keion mcclenny, survived the crash and is recovering at home this morning. family and friends will gather tonight at 6:00 and pack the soccer field at moyock elementary school. 10 on your side talked with mcclenny's sister. c0001 - kasaera (key-share-uh) mcclenny - sister 4112 knowing that he's doing okay, i'm a little bit better about it, but i'm still in shock about butt to 4253 "it's going to be very very hard for
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him. 4258 the commonwealth's attorney has not decided yet if he will file charges in this case. the zika virus in the commonwealth. a woman is taking precautions after she was diagnosed and says some of her symptoms still haven't gone away. the virginia mother of three became the first known case of the zika virus in the commonwealth when she returned from a trip to central america. david culver was the only reporter to travel to harrisonburg to bring us her story. ((heather baker's always admired a life devoted to helping others. -sot i began missionary work when i was 14. so dedicated... this wife and mom to three boys has made 4 trips to guatemala as a missionary over the past 16 months. -sot they need help but a few days after the most recent trip - in late november... the symptoms started... and haven't gone completely away. -sot describing symptoms she first got tested for
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came back negative. in talking to folks still in guatemala ... she decided to get tested for zika. -sot they confirmed it last week sot: paul roepe, georgetown univ. medical center "it's spreading rapidly in central and south america because there are a lot of people that are currently infected and a lot of those mosquitoes. aside from mosquito bites... the centers for disease control plans to release guidance on how to prevent sexual transmission of zika. sot: paul roepe, georgetown univ. medical center "we have to have a healthy respect for this virus but i don't think we have to be unduly alarmed just yet." heather's taken extra precaution to prevent the spread. not sharing drinks or food with her kids. even canceling a massage and nail salon appointments. -sot you just never know her warning to pregnant women and those hoping to get pregnant... echoing the experts. -sot please avoid travel but
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plans to return to her missionary work. police in norfolk need your help to find an armed purse thief. take a close look at these pictures. they show a man robbing a thursday afternoon on granby street near the 54-year-old woman told police she was man grabbed her purse. she wasn't hurt. here's a look at the vehicle police believe the man drove off in. investigators say it's an acura m-d-x from the early 2000's. there's a white decal on the back window. if you have any information about this theft or this vehicle, call the crime line. happening today, there is a meeting this evening at 5:30 about recalling a local city treasurer. a group called the citizens recall committee started a petition to get norfolk city treasurer anthony burfoot out of office. a grand jury indicted burfoot on federal perjury and public corruption charges last month. earlier this week - a grassroots group
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petition. they want to have burfoot recalled before his trial starts in a few months. just got off the phone with max shapiro of citizens recall committee regarding the recall of anthony burfoot. also happening today in portsmouth, you'll have a chance to meet with city leaders as they talk about the budget process. the city manager and superintendent will be on hand to answer your questions. the meeting is tonight from 6:30 to 8:30 at i-c norcom high school. this is video of last month's community budget meeting. residents told 10 on your side their main concern was safety and the school system. out of state toll breakers - cost the commonweatlh a lot of money. now state lawmakers are looking to make sure they pay up. a new bill will allow virginia to enter into enforcement deals with other states so tolls can be collected. the states would share information about toll cheaters - possibly preventing those people from renewing their license until they pay up. the virginia d-m-v sayrs
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drivers living in other states owe 8-point-8 million dollars in tolls, penalties and fees. most of those out-of-state offenders live in maryland and dc. some virginia state lawmakers say kids going to public school should have at least 20 minutes of physical activity a day. a bill has already been approved in the senate - now members of the house are looking to pass a similar bill. some lawmakers say the bill is unfair for teachers and local districts. the bill applies to students in kindergarten through fifth grade. covering decision 20-16 this midday. tonight is the democrats' final face-off before new hampshire's primary tuesday. and things are heating up between the top two republicans. tracie potts is following it all -- and reports things in new hampshire are far different than iowa. just out this morning.. puts marco rubio on the move in new hampshire.. now number two... ahead of ted cruz... he's questioning how cruz won
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candidate :15-:19) "ultimately i think it goes back to what i said before and that is a willingness to say or do anything." the leading republican - questionable mailers and spread false rumors that ben carson was dropping out: (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate :30-:33) "you know these politicians are brutal, they're brutal." (sot: ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate :34-:39) "i wake every day and laugh at the latest thing donald has tweeted - because he's losing it." tonight's msnbc debate is hillary clinton's last chance to take on bernie sanders face to face before new hampshire votes on tuesday. (d) presidential candidate :48-:53) "if it's about our records, hey i'm gonna win by a landslide on tuesday." ("courtesy of cnn") super double-digit lead here. he's hammering clinton on her six-figure speeches: (sot: bernie candidate 1:00-1:10) "i do not know any progressive who has a super pac and takes $15 million from wall street. that's just not progressive." her response? (sot:
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1:12-1:13) "that's what they offered." for the democrats, the new poll shows clinton gaining, but still far behind. pause) rand paul and mike huckabee dropped out too, without endorsing anyone. i'm tracie potts in washington - back to you. still ahead on midday- fast food hoax - how one prankster convinced an employee to smash out all
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the accomack county sheriff's office is investigating the overnight shooting death of man in horntown. we're told 22 year old robert franklin baytops iv was shot outside a home, just after midnight. baytops later died at a maryland hospital. if you know anything about this shooting - you're asked to call the sheriff's office at 7-8-7-1-1-3-1. a prank gone wrong in arizona is making headlines this midday... police say a prankster -- pretending to be from a fire- suppression company ... called this tucson jack-in-the-box tuesday morning. the caller convinced the employees to smash every window .... after telling them the gas levels were high and the building needed to be evacuated ... authorities are investigating the incident is being treated as a criminal act. meanwhile, a similar prank happened in california ... on tuesday, someone called a
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employee about a fake gas leak. the caller convienced the worker to smash the windows of the restaurant. that worker used a car -- causing about 35-thousand dollars in damages. police in eastern wisconsin say a bomb threat at the sheriff's office appears to be tied to the controversial netflix series. the person who called in the threat wednesday evening made a reference to "getting justice" for steven avery. avery is the wisconsin man whose prosecution in a 2005 killing was the centerpiece of the netflix series "making a murderer." the series questions avery's treatment and suggests the possibility that sheriff's deputies planted evidence. authorities didn't find any suspicious devices. an investigation is ongoing. australian media reports passengers on a cruise ship which docked in sydney today have the stomach flu. the outbrere affected 158 passengers on the diamond princess cruise ship which had
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12-day trip to new zealand. some passengers say the cruise operators took measures to contain the outbreak by confining patients to their rooms. a california helicopter is safe and sound after a close call with a large drone flying too high. the fresno county sheriff's department helicopter pilot says he spotted something in the sky headed towards the chopper. at first he thought it was a bird. it turned out to be a drone illegally flying almost 600 feet up. the pilot gripped the controls to dodge the fixed wing drone-- as it flew just over the top of the helicopter's blades. he says the chopper and it's crew narowly avoided what could have been a major disaster. (s/johnny reyes/fresno its speed it could've easily gone through the front windshield. the chopper's crew spotted a man with a
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spotted a man with a remote control, landed their helicopter and told the man he was flying the drone too high. he told investigators the drone was supposed to be programed on a legal flight path and he wasn't controlling it. south korean president park geun-hye says north korea's missile launch shouldn't be tolerated. north korea told international organizations tuesday it'll launch an observation satellite this month. south korea, the united states and others call banned test of a missile that could strike the u-s mainland. the launch announcement follows an outpouring of global condemnation over the north's fourth nuclear test last month. anti-government demonstrators rallied in the phillipines today protesting the enhanced defense cooperation agreement, between the philippines and u-s governments. the group marched toward the u-s embassy on the same day the philippine- american war started in 18-99. anti-riot police stopped them just short of the embassy. the
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anti- government group says the u-s remains in control of many aspects of philippine society. the protesters also burnt an american flag before dispersing peacefully. after years of negotiations, ministers from a dozen countries signed the trans-pacific partnership thursday in new zealand. the trade pact creates a free trade zone among 12 pacific nations that together represent 40-percent of the world's economy. corin dann explains why people are divided on this historic trade agreement. "it's my great pleasure to announce that the trans-pacific partnership has been formally signed." the biggest free trade deal the world's seen in 20 years... finally confirmed in writing. (todd mcclay, new zealand member of parliament) "after more than five years negotiation, we are honoured to be able to formalize our collective agreement of tpp." the job now is for these 12 ministers to get their governments and their people to "buy" the deal. they have two years to do that... or it's back to the drawing board. (heraldo
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minister) "it will be submitted to our congress. i can predict robust democratic discussion of this treaty because it has generated a great deal of interest." the deal that is being signed here today wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for the work of new zealand trade negotiators over the last 15 years or so. that's because the t-p-p was born out of a very small trade deal involving new zealand, chile, brunei and singapore. over the years, the other countries have jumped on board -- and particularly the united states and japan -- making the t-p-p one of the biggest trade blocks that has ever been signed. (john key, new zealand prime minister) "it's a really important day for new zealand." many kiwis clearly don't agree.., including local kiwi who refused to help with a powhiri today that was unusually small. (andrew little, new zealand member of parliament) "i think it's pretty clear. new zealanders are quite divided over the tpp. part of that is the government hasn't explained to them about the tpp. they're just ramming it down their
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zealand prime minister) particular thing won't matter if it's mixed ownership or whether it's mining." the u-s trade representative insists there's nothing to fear. (corin dann) "what would you say to the protesters and those who oppose this deal, some of those who are outside today, who fear that this will give too much power to us corporations? that they may be able to sue governments like new zealand? what is your message to them?" (mike froman, us trade representative) "my message is that this is an historic agreement and that's why this agreement goes further than any agreement before in terms of raising the standards, adding additional procedure and sufficent loopholes." but that's unlikely to be enough for oppenents... who will now turn their parliament... where the newly signed t-p-p text will start being debated on tuesday. (weather anim - with track) this afternoon: on/off rain showers. rain could be heavy at times. temps: falling into the upper-40s. winds: sw to n 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with occasional rain
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winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few early showers, then decreasing clouds. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. a cold front is very slowly moving through the region. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. as a result, we will be tracking on and off rain through the afternoon and evening hours. localized flooding is possible with another 1-2" of rain forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue to fall behind it. the rain will taper off tomorrow morning. it could end briefly as a rain/snow mix, but friday afternoon, we'll be back under a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-40s. it'll be nice and dry on saturday. most of sunday looks dry..for now, however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few hundred miles offshore. this may bring some northeast north carolina or perhaps a stray shower
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region. if the storm changes track just a little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to the region. stay tuned for
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>> deimos: mr. hamlyn.
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