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slater joins us. don, how long is it going to last? mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 15-25 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. cool, but not as windy. highs: mid-40s. winds: light north. tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 15-25 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. highs: mid-40s. winds: light north. tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 15-25 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. cool, but
light north. don't miss the changes happening overnight -- meteorologist jeremy wheeler will be on the air tracking wet weather and the chance for a wintry mix. coverage starts at 4:30 tomorrow on out sister station wavy-tv 10. tonight, the rain couldn't dampen a heartfelt tribute to a nine year old boy. monday night -- a family's nightmare played out on a norfolk street corner. two boys thrown from a van during a crash. lucas ballard from moyock died.
side's liz kilmer witnessed an emotional remembrance for a young life. dozens of loved ones came out to lucas' elementary school tonight to pray, light candles and release balloons in his memory. we had the chance to learn more about the special little boy he was. before his death - we're told he had battled cancer - yet always remained strong, cheerful and adventurous. c7 minister 01:07:56 "for all this family lord i pray for strength" holding one another in prayer, and song .. (singing nats "jesus loves me this i know") family, friends, teachers and community members, gather to remember a little boy. c27 grandmother 01:15:46 "it makes me feel blessed that he has been able to touch so many more people, so many more people." minnie ballard-miller says she is broken by the sudden loss of her grandson, lucas ballard. the 9 year old was killed in a crash just days ago. c27 grandmother 01:19:59 "it's unfair that he was taken from us but god must have a
minnie says her grandson was kind and affectionate. he loved the outdoors - hunting, fishing, and gardening. she says - at just two years old - he was diagnosed with skin cancer. but --lucas was a fighter. now, in his name, loved ones are trying to be strong, too. c27 01:20:49 "this is going to be something that is going to take a lot of help from everybody and this community has done it." the vigil had to be moved inside of lucas' elementary school... because of heavy rain. but when it came time to release the balloons... the showers, for just that brief moment, stopped. (nats of balloons soaring) c27 01:23:35 "we will, one day, one day.. i can't say when or how, but one day, lucas, will mend, somehow our hearts, but this child will never ever be forgotten not only by us but this community right here, he will never be
lucas' mother and his friend were also hurt in the crash - after a pick-up truck drove into their minivan. his friend was released from the hospital yesterday. his mother was at tonight's vigil - understandably - too distraught to talk. we're told police continue to investigate the crash. back to you. "i'm innocent." that's the message a robbery and sexual assault suspect had to share tonight. 63-year-old raymond ellis faces charges in virginia beach -- for crimes police say he committed last month. 10 on your side's liz palka spoke with him in jail. liz, how does he explain it? nicole - he said he doesn't know anything about the crimes. both which involved a suspect being armed with a knife. police can't release evidence they have on him. so we have worked to one time i'm not going to take no time because i didn't do it. raymond ellis spends his first full day in connection with two crimes on rosemont victims were threatened with
do you ever keep knives with you? i have a pocket knife. the incidents happened next door to each other. police say, january 16th - a woman left four seasons chinese restaurant. a man with a knife approached and tried to forced her into her car. she screamed for help and he fled. c1 17:42:16 - no. no. not at all. do you not remember that? i didn't do that. i can't remember i didn't do it. police believe the same suspect approached a man outside this wawa ten days later. he asked for a ride. once in the vehicle - he pulled out a knife, abducted, robbed, and sexually assaulted the man. c1 17:45:39 - i wasn't there. i can't say it did. i can't say it didn't. but i don't know. i'm just saying, it wasn't me. ellis only lives about four or five blocks from the restaurant and gas station. restaurant employees didn't
someone who hangs around. he also hasn't lived in virginia beach very long. he admitted to us he spent 32 years in prison after a rape conviction in pennsylvania. we found it on the virginia sex offender registry, too. he was released in june...and finds himself behind bars again. c1 17:46:22 - don't pick me because i just come out of prison. i did speak with ellis' roommate. we talked at great length about the situation and he told me he didn't know of any problems. he did say ellis would often leave at night...saying he was going on walks. and he was aware he carried a pocketknife. ellis tells me his first court appearance is tomorrow. i'm liz palka, 10 on your side. breaking news coming in from chesterfield. a police officer faces murder charges tonight. our sister station reports, off-duty officer, david cobb, shot and killed an 18- year-old in october. they say cobb got into an argument with paterson brown junior --
cobb's vehicle. cobb was indicted for second degree murder and a gun charge. virginia beach police are still looking for a man they consider armed and dangerous. family says 20-year-old devante williams shot his mother today. police went to his home on kitimal drive near dam with a virginia license plate that reads "prosper." family says the mother is doing better tonight. new tonight from norfolk. two men no longer face charges for a 20-14 new year's day murder. a jury found steven carter jones the third not guilty of seven counts -- including murder. the judge also dismissed charges against garrick williams. they were both suspects in a deadly double shooting on berkley avenue. new tonight after a year of investigating -- maryland state police have charged a truck driver for a deadly crash on the eastern shore. january of 20-15 -- four members of an accomack county family, a boyfriend and an unborn baby died. troopers served 29-year-old yvenet
summonses for 11 traffic violations. they say her vehicle had inoperable brakes, and she had been on duty 70 hours over the course of 8 days. the crash happened in wye mills maryland while the family was headed to a baby shower. new tonight. the feds will give one-million dollars in oyster restoration money to virginia, even though it was supposed to go to maryland. the money was set aside to build new oyster reefs on the eastern shore, but maryland asked to delay an ongoing project. as a result, the army corps of engineers will pass the funds to norfolk's district for bay restoration. all new tonight. virginia national guard members -- may be allowed to carry guns on duty. the house passed the bill today -- which applies to members with concealed carry permits. virginia beach delegate and veteran scott taylor proposed the bill. it's in response to the deadly shooting at military installations in chattanooga last year. the bill now heads to the senate. the group trying to recall norfolk city treasurer anthony burfoot is working to get the word out.
committee held an interest meeting at pretlow library tonight. burfoot faces federal corruption charges -- which activists say makes him unable to do his job. c0043 0;17;38 we want his resignation we'll take none less than a leave of absence until his federal case is adjudicated. the group needs to gather more than 43- hundred signatures -- before filing its petition with the court. in that case the judge may decide whether to hold a recall trial. the democrats who hope to win the white house are debating tonight. hillary clinton and vermont senator bernie sanders are in new hampshire -- five days before the presidential primary. sanders is ahead with democratic voters, according to a new n-b-c/wall street journal/marist poll. his lead is essentially unchanged from last week -- 58-percent to 38-percent. on the republican side -- donald trump is holding a wide lead with republican voters ahead of next week's primary. that's according to a new
in second is florida senator marco rubio, with texas senator ted cruz in third. the music industry has lost another legend. maurice white, the former leader of earth, wind & fire, has died. september nats white founded the soul-funk band in the late 19-60's . they have so many hits-- "shining star", and "boogie wonderland". the group is in the rock and roll hall of fame-- and will be honored with a lifetime achievement award at the grammys next week. maurice white was diagnosed with parkinson's disease in the 19-90's, and stopped touring with the band. he was 74 years old. we also learned a legendary b-m-x athlete has died. investigators found dave mirra dead in greenville, north carolina today. our sister station reports, the 41-year- old was in a truck, and he had been visiting friends beforehand. they say
is popular in greenville. investigators believe he killed himself. and a manteo familiy says they have the only broadcast copy of the first super bowl. but the nfl is saying they'd rather punt. police need your help tracking down some liquor store bandits. we'll show you the survelliance video-- and why police and-- a man riding a bike on an icy road. you'll see the following moments that nearly cost him his
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kick off its 50th super bowl. but the big game wasn't always what it is today. experts say copies of the original broadcast between the afl and nfl are nearly impossible to find, and a manteo family says they may have the only one. 10 on your side's matt gregory explains why the public may never see it. more than 40 years later, beth rebuck can remember the last gift from her first husband before he died. two large films beth rebuck / family owns super bowl 1 recording c0002 1:06 "he said maybe they'll come in handy someday you'll be able to educate
money for that." 1:14 the films inside the cases, marked super bowl 1. beth rebuck / family owns super bowl 1 recording c0002 3:39 " where do you put something you don't know where to put it? either in your basement or your attic." 3:43 her son troy while in high school saw the recordings. it wasnt until she moved to manteo that the two of them realized how rare a find they had. beth rebuck / family owns super bowl 1 recording c0002 1:41 "they taped it, but they taped over it. cbs and nbc doesn't even have a copy." 1:47 matt gregory (standup we'd like to show you the footage, but due to an ongoing disupte with the nfl we cant." beth rebuck / family owns super bowl 1 recording c0002 5:22 "the nfl has been really nasty about it and they're like we have the copyright there is nothing you can do we'll sue you. you know you're in violation. nobody can see it." 5:36 we ca't even show you the tapes becuase they arent here. 13:59 they are in a mine." milesaaway they sit. rebuck surrounds her self with the real treasure he first husband wanted her to protect.
will have to wait. 8:28 " i feel excited i feel sad i feel frustrated because you have something that is supposed to be wonderful and you can't share it with anyone." 8:41 matt gregory, 10 on your side. matt gregory, 10 on your side. check out images from the first super bowl posted on wavy dot com. find them under the sports tab. police hope you can help them "bottle up" a pair of booze bandits. they say they've been stores-- possibly more than a dozen times. this is video from the store on london boulevard in portsmouth. you see the suspect. police say he always wears the same hat and coat. in this case, sidekick who distracts the employee. you can watch the videos again on wavy-dot-com.
tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 15-25 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. cool, but not as windy. highs: mid-40s. winds: light north. tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected.
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but the video may be difficult to see. he was dragged under a truck after an accident in china. he was riding a bike on an icy road -- when he fell down trying to avoid the truck. the truck couldn't stop and dragged the man under the wheels. they slid more than 30 feet before hitting the bridge guardrail. the man quickly crawled out, but he did lose a finger. how did peyton manning look at practice today--and what does cam newton have to do to make sure his favored panthers don't mess up on sunday. we'll hear from both super bowl quarterbacks. and another bombing raid by william and mary, this time in boston. the sportswrap is next. atnow er havfutys itrnur e,it ur's oua annprl estsiden y da.sale h whics mean'sit t he pe t rfectime to re cate e thecperfmet ho. thnow h rouguafebr 1ry5th, ytever ihingoun r e storn is o.sale , pluswe'rfee of ring tythirix-s m,onth inontt eresncfinaing. icomedan tor y fobeour st ic prf es oyethe ar.
rce, it is a good time to be a william and mary basketball fan. i'm bruce rader, william and mary tonight, in boston taking on northeastern--and the tribe is shooting the lights out. coach tony shaver's team down 6 at the half, but turn it on after the break, david cohn, just takes it straight to the basket, where's the defense? superb game by omar prewitt....tribe force the turnover, and naturally they push it upcourt, and it's prewitt that finishes with the left handed lay up. this team loves to run up and down the court. but they can play half court as well. bottom right of your screen, omar prewitt lurking, makes the nice cut and gets the dunk and
season high for 28 points for omar prewitt. william and mary by 9 over northeastern, and are in second place in the caa. peyton manning had his final media blitz today prior to sunday's super bowl game against the carolina panthers. and when your almost 40--having that week off helps, it helped manning during the season. and coach gary kubiak says peyton looked as good today at practice as he has all year. he was throwin the long ball. and while the denver defense is the heart and soul of this broncos team, manning has gotten the most attention--and and seems to relish every moment. s/ peyton manning / game like i mentioned and to be playing in super bowl 50. if you have any played in super bowls, have a sibling that's played in super bowls, it does make it even more special. so i'm grateful for the opportunity to be
team is." on the other side, panthers quarterback cam newton is getting as much if not more attention than the ageless manning. at 6-5--250 pounds, he represents football's evolution, both as sports and entertainment. he runs over defenders, he throws laser like passes--he dances and dabs in the end zone--and does not mince his words. the panthers are a five and a half point favorite to win on sunday--but cam says they can't afford to make mistakes. s/ cam newton, panthers quarterback :25 (cam newton is ready to play, they just can't make any costly mistakes.) " we pretty much, that they have long rangey guys that are capable of creating turnovers by either stripping the ball or intercepting it. for us we just have to be on our p's and q's and run