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and, a sports official in virginia beach thinks tackle football may be on its way out. hear why he's lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra tate. new this morning, a water
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new this morning, a water main break. take a look at this video a viewer sent us. this is on shore drive near little creek road in norfolk. dispatch says the break happened around 2:30. you can see that water just shooting into the air. crews closed off shore drive heading towards virginia beach so they could work to fix the problem. as soon as it opens back
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also new this morning -- state troopers responded to two crashes right by each other on i-64 westbound. we got this video as it happened around 11:30 last night. the crashes were in norfolk -- at military highway and northampton boulevard. dispatchers couldn't say whether anyone was hurt or charged. look for more information when we get it on wavy.com. things may get worse in taiwan. nine buildings have already collapsed after an earthquake...and five more could fall at any moment. that's according to the national fire agency. since we first told you about this on wavy news 10 at 11...four more people have died. the 6-point-4 magnitude earthquake has killed at least seven people and hurt more than 400. hundreds of people were trapped inside buildings. many were sleeping when the quake happened. we will bring you the latest on this story during our next two hours on the air and on wavy dot com. 10 on your side is
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against a virginia beach baker and her husband. we got court documents that show -- cheron johnson and her husband vernon norvell are accused of money laundering. norvell is also accused of selling cocaine. johnson reportedly owns g's cake shop on auburn drive - which is still open - with a "cash only" sign on the door. an employee working yesterday didn't say anything about the charges. but a customer told 10 on your side that the allegations are troubling. c21 diane kimmel - i get my son's birthday cake there every year i doing that." 10 on your side went to the couple's portsmouth home -- a woman parked in the driveway drove off as we approached. an attorney for norvell wouldn't comment -- and johnson's attorney hasn't returned our calls. most of the court documents were just unsealed this month. we can now show you the nurse convicted of
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sexually assaulting a patient at the hampton v-a medical center. yesterday, a federal jury found 52-year- old juan lopez guilty-- in 2014, court records say lopez administered morphine to a patient even though she didn't want it. then he sexually assaulted her. when federal agents asked him about what happened, he also lied. he could spend the rest of his life in prison when he's sentenced in may. police in chesapeake have confirmed-- they are car break- ins. that's after neighbors told 10 on your side weren't doing enough. officers now say someone broke into several cars in the las gaviotas neighborhood this week. they say one vehicle was stolen, and they're looking for at least three suspects. they say the break-ins may be connected to five others reported in the gale avenue area-- where a gun was reportedly stolen from a vehicle. we've learned more about the charges against a richmond police officer accused of murder. david cobb faced a judge earlier this week. in october -- police say cobb was off-duty when he shot and killed an
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teenager. the defense says paterson brown junior got into cobb's car at a car wash. cobb identified himself as an officer, and told brown to get out of the car. they say brown didn't cooperate. prosecutors say cobb pointed his gun at brown for 3 to 4 minutes...and that brown was never a threat. they plan to use surveillance video to back up their claims. the friend of the 13-year-old allegedly murdered by a virginia tech freshman says she was concerned about the girl's relationships online. blacksburg middle schooler kari cook was a friend of nicole lovell. lovell's body was found in surry county last weekend. 18-year-old virginia tech student david eisenhauer is charged in her murder. cook says lovell regularly talked to guys online....and police have said it appears lovell and eisenhauer were in some kind of relationship. cook says she became concerned when she saw a picture of lovell with a guy who looked older than 18. she went to a school resource officer and that officer said they would
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but then lovell disappaeared. cook says: "i remember this one guy, he looked older than 18 and they and how they were great together..." cook says: "i thought it was just a rumor and she just missed a day of school. yeah i thought it was because of facebook." authorities say the murder was pre- meditated -- and that eisenhauer was worried because lovell was planning to expose authorities say the murder was pre- meditated -- and that eisenhauer was worried because lovell was planning to expose their relationship. only on 10 -- school officials may spend more than half-a-million dollars to post security guards at elementary schools in portsmouth. the proposal comes after officers arrested two elementary school parents for comitting crimes in schools since october. right now, the district has security officers placed at the high schools and middle schools. under the new plan, the district would spend more than 600-thousand dollars for full-time guards at all 16 elementary
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((c3 6:07-6:22)) "is school security say this year a higher priority than past years." "i would say it is. we have additional resources for security." the superintendent will finalize his budget by the end of the month. the city council is scheduled to approve a final budget for next new chief by the end of the month. tonya chapman has been serving as the state's deputy secretary of public safety and homeland security. she began her career as an officer with the arlington police department in 19-89-- and was also deputy chief of richmond police. she replaces dennis mook, who was named interim chief after ed hargis retired in june. we have been hearing about problems in flint -- but some cities in pennsylvania may have it even worse.
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could tackle football be a thing of the past for youth rec sports in virginia beach? why one official thinks so. but up next, a new bill concerning gun rights for national guardmen is heading to the state senate. what
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we're following-up with a local delegate's bipartisan plan to expand concealed carry rights for some troops. scott taylor's push to let members of the virginia national guard carry guns on duty passed the house thursday. he says it didn't take much to satisfy republicans and democrats after he proposed the
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came to me and said a words in it to address the concern 35:50 taylor created the bill in response to last year's shootings at military installations in chattanooga. four taylor created the bill in response to last year's shootings at military installations in chattanooga. four marines and one sailor died. taylor's bill allows some national guardsmen with concealed-carry permits to have their firearms on duty. the bill is headed for the senate. two different gun bills passed the virginia senate friday. one-- expands access to background checks at gun shows in the commonwealth. the second-- takes guns away from domestic abusers, who are under a protective order. in a statement, governor terry mcauliffe says these are the first meaningful steps lawmakers have taken on guns in the past 23 years. if you plan to vote in the primary election next month -- you're running out of time to register. the deadline is monday for the march 1st primary in virginia. you can still submit your papers by mail -- but the letter must be postmarked by february 8th. you can
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in person. an n-f-l quarterback accused of hitting his girlfriend. the latest on the investigation against him. plus, two planes collide over the pacific ocean. the latest on the efforts to find the people on board, in the next five
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police are trying to figure out who shot and killed a man at mall in florida. it happened around 7:30 last night near the entrance of the j-c penney store at a
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say they found the man dead in his car. another person was hurt in the shooting. their injuries are life-threatening. police have not said anything about any suspects. the coast guard is still looking for two planes that crashed into each other off the coast of los angeles. officials say somone on a boat saw one of the planes crash into the water yesterday afternoon. the f-a-a says two planes were involved, because flight radar showed the two disappear around the same time. officials believe three people were onboard. resucuers haven't found any survivors. s/capt. jennifer williams/u.s. coast guard :18 "well, we know that we're searching in the the water, you have to widen, and we'll continue to widen our search patterns throughout the night." the coast guard says they have recovered part of a plane's tail and a flight log. they say the debris field is "a couple of miles wide" and nearby waterways
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people gathered in utah to remember the arizona rancher killed in an armed standoff in oregon. the f-b-i shot and killed lavoy finicum last week after what they describe as a "trafiic stop." several people came to a mormon church for finicum's funeral yesterday. one of the cars outside the church had a flyer with a picture with the words "murdered by the f-b-i. finicum's death has become a symbol for those against the federal oversight of public lands. protesters call the law an unfair use of force by the f-b-i and oregon state police. several people at the funeral say what the f-b-i did to finicum was wrong. lavoy says: "we often said lavoy was born a didn't know him and i might not have done it the way he did but i through the legal channels and when you go through the system it's tough" the f-b-i released a video of the january 26th shooting during a traffic
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showing finicum's hand reaching into his jacket... right before agents shot him. more help is on the way from hampton roads for the water crisis in flint, michigan. the newport news sheriff's office is joining other organizations to collect bottled water. employees gave 300 cases-- and residents dropped off 160. this supports a drive hosted by new beech grove baptist church. you can still drop off donations at the the church on tabbs lane-- between 9 and 5, today the water will be given to catholic charities in flint for distribution. flint isn't the only place with lead in the water. the pennsylvania department of health released a study that shows 18-cities in the stae have higher levels
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however, the source of the problem is different for the pennsylvania cities. lead paint chipping away from older, deteriorating homes is tied to the problem. four cities in particular, lebanon, york, lancaster, and harrisburg all have lead rates nearly four times higher than flint. harrisburg officials say they are aware of the problem. (roy christ / director, harrisburg building & housing) "if you think of our housing stock of over 90-percent of homes being pre 1978, there's a lot of lead that needs to lar grant to remove lead and other hazards from aging homes. according to the city, the funds will provide enough money to rid about 200
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homes of lead material. today: mainly sunny and chilly. highs in the mid 5-15mph. sunday: mainly cloudy with scattered showers. tomorrow, an area of low some moisture our way...and it looks like more of a rain event. to bring us a chance for will swing in by the into tuesday. high pressure takes over by the end of the week.
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will swing in by the into tuesday. high pressure takes over by the end of the week. police in wisconsin are investigating a murder. you might recognize the town, thanks to netflix.
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police in a wisconsin documentary series are investigating a
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connected to the one the town is now infamous for. police in manitowoc say someone shot and killed 52-year-old kor yang yesterday investigators say the shooting happened while yang was home with his five kids and stepkids. this comes as some in the manitowoc community say they have anxiety over negative attention brought on by the netflix series "making a murderer." that series follows the case of steven avery and shows alleged questionable practices by investigators. someone also called in a bomb threat to the manitowoc court house last week. however, police say this murder has nothing to do with that, and the community is still safe. (chief nick reimer/ the city so nearly fifteen years." (mayor justin nickels/ are doing everything they can, as mentioned, this was not random." yang's family has been removed from their home while police execute a search warrant. police in dallas are now
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investigation into the alleged assault by an n-f-l player on his ex- girlfriend. police say cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel hit his ex-girlfirend at a hotel. his ex-girlfriend filed a restraining order against him. the order says he can't see her for two years and must stay at least 500 feet from her home and place of work. earlier friday, manziel's agent announced he was cutting ties with him. the browns are expected to cut him later this month. the super bowl is tomorrow, and that means we get a fresh batch of advertisements. we'll take a look at some of commercials that may deadly crane collapse in new york city. a look at the destruction in the next five minutes. (scal): good day, m'lady! i am sir-can-a-lot, here to save you
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good saturday morning everybody, thanks for chilly. highs in the mid 5-15mph. sunday: mainly has control of our area today. tomorrow, an area of low pressure deepens off the se coast and moves afternoon and it'll help pressure takes over by the end of the week. new this morning, a water main break. take a look at this video a viewer sent us. this is on shore drive near little creek road in norfolk. dispatch says the break happened around 2:30. you can see that water just shooting into the air. crews closed off shore drive heading towards virginia beach so they
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work to fix the problem. as soon as it opens back up, we'll let you know also new this morning -- state troopers responded to two crashes right by each other on i-64 westbound. we got this video as it happened around 11:30 last night. the crashes were in norfolk -- at military highway and northampton boulevard. dispatchers couldn't say whether anyone was hurt or charged. look for more information when we get it on wavy.com. we just got cell phone video that shows a deadly york city. it happened during friday morning rush hour. in the video you can see the crane slowly moving down...then suddenly speed up. it hits buildings and crashes onto parked cars. 38 year old david wichs died. a man and woman went to the hospital with cuts but they should both be okay. officials say workers were trying to bring the crane down because it was too windy to operate. the owner of a popular hampton roads restaurant admits he's been unable to pay some
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have to shut down. cotton southern bistro in chesapeake is temporarily shuttind down. a second location in virginia beach is staying open. unhappy employees called us after they suddenly found the doors locked. they were supposed to be paid on wednesday...but haven't seen checks yet. they also say this is a recurring problem. c5 17:35:44 - they don't have checks or cash to - i would absolutely love to work here if i got paid. it's great the food is great everything is good. i think it's mismanagement serious financial problems. everything is good. i think it's mismanagement of money. owner and chef jeff brown told us he's facing by next week...and re-open the restaurant in two weeks. you can count on 10 on your side to follow up. deputies in york county say someone called in a bomb threat to a local grocery store. deputies say someone called the food lion on hampton highway in
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night-- and said "there's a bomb." the store was evacuated for about an hour, while crews checked it out. they reopened it after they didn't find anything. they're now trying to track down the caller. a richmond-area man has pleaded guilty to his role in an alleged race war plot. he's one of two men investigators say wanted to shoot and bomb synagogues and black churches 34-year-old robert doyle pleaded guilty to conspiracy and gun crimes yesterday. prosecutors say doyle and the second suspect are white supremacists who bought guns and explosives from undercover agents. investigators also believe they planned to rob a business -- and use the money to start a race war. doyle's sentencing is set for may. on the online battlefield -- twitter is fighting terrorism. the social media company says it has suspended 125-thousand accounts, over the past seven months. twitter says it targeted accounts that either threatened or promoted terror attacks. it says most were associated with the islamic state, or other terror organizations.
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staff to watch for signs of terrorist activity. 10 on your side is looking into claims that virginia beach may drop youth football from its recreation program the head of football for great neck athletic association says it might -- but the city denies that claim. here's how football works in virginia beach. the parks department provides the rules, regulations and fields. don marcari (ma-car-ee) heads up great neck's youth football program. in november he says the park's department proposed not being involved past 2016. it's an issue he says is still unresolved. sot kevin bennington / va. beach sports management c0042 21:27:58 "football its still in the budget there. what about 2017? we haven't created that budget yet." 21:28:09 bennington says the entire situation has been misunderstood. but there is a petition online to make sure virginia beach continues to sponsor the league. you can read it on wavy .com
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your child's lunch payment -- virginia beach schools may start serving bagged meals, instead of regular breakfast and lunch. the change will apply to students with accounts that show 20-dollars-75-cents outstanding. it's because the school division says debt is growing on unpaid meals. the new rule goes into effect february 16th. sailors aboard the u-s-s montpelier are back home. the navy sent us these pictures of the submarine's homecoming yesterday. the crew pulled back into naval station norfolk after steaming more than 43-thousand miles around europe and the middle east. a woman made famous in a viral video of her dealing with her medical condition is shot and killed by police. what investigators say she was doing. but up next, many of us are waiting for the big game. some actually want to see the game. others, actually want to see the commercials. a preview of some of the ads, including one for a local
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advertisers are shelling out between four point eight and five million dollars for a 30 second commercial in sunday's super bowl. some large companies, like anheuser busch, buy super bowl ad time year after year...but for others, taking that leap is a major event. mark barger reports on some super bowl rookies beyond the ones on the field. nats with more than 100 million viewers, a super bowl audience is tough to top. (sot charles taylor / professor, villanova university) "there's really an opportunity to make an impact that there isn't anywhere in advertising." that's why paypal's one of at least 13 first time "this is the first step in a long journey for changing nature of money. (sot greg fisher / vp, brand marketing, paypal) "as a marketer, you're it." colgate's ad, meanwhile, is less about selling and more about it's based on not wasting water." but colgate already has brand recognition. death
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(sot mike brown / owner, death wish coffee) "we're aware millions of people are going to see death wish coffee for the super bowl ad...one touting its fiercely caffeinated coffee. (sot mike brown / owner, death wish coffee) "the commercial was released, we had our best day of helped it grow into a web hosting giant. (sot charles taylor / professor, villanova university) "as time went by and their awareness went up, they started taking some ready nats "let go and breathe" to roll the dice on super bowl ads. nats "brilliant!" or "what about a snack stadium?" mark barger, nbc news. a local attraction hopes a super bowl ad will
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bought a 30 second spot during the game. editor 30 how is it possible any entire country came to believe anything is possible? if you recognize that voice -- it's nbc's tom philadelphia and d-c. wavy dot com has plenty special features of super bowl 50. we have coverage of the game, as well as what you police in indiana bust a drug ring. why they say it is responsible for the spread of disease. meteorologist adlib wx tease a woman who documented her struggles with asperger's syndrome online is dead the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
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a woman who documented her struggles with asperger's syndrome online is dead. police in mesa, arizona shot and killed 24-year-old danielle jacobs thursday morning. last year, shew uploaded a video showing her struggle's with asperger's. it shows her crying and hitting herself while her dog comforts her. that video went viral. someone claled police after jacobs made threats about harming herself. police say she had a knife. (detective esteban flores/ mesa police dept. sure what that was. the officers said it was kind of dark inside the room. the couldn't tell what that was but the knife approached them with the knife extended out and so they felt threatened and fired their weapons." the officers who shot jacobs were placed on administrative leave. police say they had previously encountered
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commit suicide two years ago. police in indiana say they busted a drug ring responisble for the spread of h-i-v in their community. police arrested 10 people including the alleged ring leader, bennito rodriguez, and his girlfirend, brooklyn mack. police say the flooded scott county, indiana with meth and painkillers. they say they spread of the h-i-v came as people would crush up the pain pills, and inject them using shared needles. 188 cases of h-i-v have been reported in that county in the past year. that's compared to the previous average of 10 per year. (josh minkler, u.s. attorney) "people that saw a demand - sought to face anywhere from 10 years to life in prison. tensions rise in the capital of haiti. a group of former soliders clashed with anti-government demonstrators. about 100 veterans of haiti's now abolished military and some younger
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paraded through port-au-prince. many of them wore faded green uniforms and a few carried rifles and pistols. when the ex-soliders approached the anti- governement protestors, insults turned to rock-throwing, which turned into gunfire. one veteran was caught and hit repeatedly with cinderblocks and rocks. ended the military in 19-95 because of its history of toppling governments. 20-16 marks the jubilee year of mercy for the catholic church. to mark the occasion, the bodies of two saints were brought to saint peter's basilica. the embalmed bodies of saint pio and saint leopold mandic were brought in by monks from southern italy. thousands of faithful followed the procession. it is the first time saint pio's body has been taken and displayed in the vatican. he passed away in 19-68. saint leopald mandic was a monk from the same order as saint pio. he passed away in 19-42. icy roads and heavy snow. fortunately, none of that
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but it's a major problem for people in the northeast. worcester, massachusettes saw strong winter weater yesterday. the streets turned into skating rinks. even a u-p-s truck had trouble on the road. a city bus took a half hour to drive just a few blocks. the city sent several plows to clear the roads, but they had a tough time getting goodness i just fell. it' so slippery." mos 3 says: "it just kept four wheel drive trying to go around the corner service says the storm will leave six to 10 inches of snow in worcester. today: mainly sunny and chilly. highs in the mid 40s. wind: nne 5-10mph tonight: partly cloudy and cold. lows in the highs in the mid-upper 40s. windy: nne 10-20mph high pressure has control of our area today. tomorrow, an area of low
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way...and it looks like more of a rain event. however, as the low moves away on monday...another low will swing in by the afternoon and it'll help to bring us a chance for snow mixing with rain. this chance will linger into tuesday. high pressure takes over by
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today: mainly sunny and chilly. highs in the mid 40s. wind: nne 5-10mph tonight: partly cloudy and cold. lows in the lower 30s. wind: n 5-15mph. sunday: mainly cloudy with scattered showers. highs in the mid-upper 40s. windy: nne 10-20mph high pressure has control of our area today. tomorrow, an area of low pressure deepens off the se coast and moves parallel to our coastline. it'll swing some moisture our way...and it looks like more of a rain event. however, as the low moves away on monday...another low will swing in by the afternoon and it'll help to bring us a chance for snow mixing with rain. this chance will linger into tuesday. high pressure takes over by the end of the week. up next, a teen in northern virginia gets
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didn't know there was someone special in the audience. a look at an emotional reunion. things got a little greasy in new orleans on bourbon street. yesterday was the annual "greasing of the poles" event. up next, a teen in northern virginia gets
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performance. but, he didn't know there was someone special in the audience. a look at an emotional
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things got a little greasy in new orleans on bourbon street. yesterday was the annual "greasing of the poles" event. local ladies and celebrities rub oil on the support poles of the historic royal sonesta hotel's balcony. then judges decide who did the best job getting them ready for carnival crowds. the pre-mardi gras tradition started when businesses in the french quarter would make the poles slippery so people wouldn't climb up on the balconies. local business owners now say it is a tradition that brings the city together. s/al gross/president, royal sonesta hotel :16
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not be here for the rest of the weekend will be here today. so what you'll see parades, people in costumes. it is just a fun, fun day. the energy is like no other day of the year." the event has been going on for 46 years. these stories never get old. an emotional reunion for a middle school student and his dad in northern virginia. tray kee already had a big night. he just starred as mufasa in his school's production of the lion king. while he was learning his lines, his dad robert was watching him practice from afar in afghanistan. there was just no way dad was missing the big night. so he came to the middle school to watch the performance. it was such a secret, not even tray's mom or sister knew he was there. as the kids took their bows, the director started asking tray questions about the theme of the play, and that's when he realized dad was in the audience.
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this just made it a wore a little pin to remind me of him and now i have the better thing in person." robert kee has spent the last several months working in afghanistan for the state department. the family says they didn't expect him back home until the summer. the owner of a favorite bakery in virginia beach is facing federal.
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this might interrupt your morning... more on a water main break in norfolk in our first five minutes. plus, the friend of a girl allegedly killed by a virginia tech freshman shares her concerns. hear what nicole lovell's friend saw on social media. and, a sports official in virginia beach thinks tackle football may be on its way out. hear why he's concerned. good saturday morning.
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