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will see you and we will call the police." plus -- ----------------- developers close the lid on a big box store -- the end to a controversy we've been following for months. thanks for joining us. i'm tom schaad. i'm nicole livas. the chance for rain-- and even a little snow over the next 24 hours-- means we're starting with weather. don slater joins us. don -- what's happening out there now-- and what can we expect for the morning? tonight: evening showers taper by midnight. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: se 5-10mph. tuesday: mainly cloudy with a few evening showers. highs in the mid-upper 40s. wind: wsw 10-15mph. tonight: evening showers taper by midnight. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: se 5-10mph. tuesday: mainly cloudy with a few evening showers. highs in the mid-upper 40s. wind: wsw 10-15mph. tonight: evening showers taper by midnight. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: se 5-10mph. tuesday: mainly cloudy with a few evening showers. highs in the mid-upper 40s. wind: wsw 10-15mph. tonight: evening showers taper by midnight. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: se 5-10mph. tuesday: mainly cloudy with a few evening showers. highs in the
hawk has fallen prey to strong wind and waves before. the mayor tells us, there was some overwash, but the structure held up over the weekend. even though there's no rush, he says a road expert will check to see if it needs any make sense to kind of but it's their call. 17:02 he also tells us-- bidding will start for a larger beach renourishment project tomorrow. the plan would extend the beaches in duck, kitty hawk, and kill devil hills another 100 feet - to protect nc-12. we can show you some of the flooding that storm caused on the outer banks. this is video from hatteras -- at the cape hatteras motel in buxton. sunday, we reported heavy rain and 50- mile-per-hour winds in parts of the outer banks. it left flooding and beach erosion behind. hyde county officials say the water has receded in ocracoke, but pockets of water remain in some spots. they say drivers haven't been having any issues getting through. emergency
washed out part of a dune on hatteras, and crews have been clearing overwash from the n-c 12. an update to seawall repairs in portsmouth. city officials say construction is coming along. in may, they closed part of the wall in olde towne -- because of structural damage. they say contractors have started emergency bracing. the city is also reviewing plans to replace parts of the wall. it expects to re-open the area between admirals landing and the renaissance hotel, by the end of spring. tonight, deputies in southampton county are trying to figure how two people died -- investigators say they found the bodies about four miles west of courtland. 10 on your side's liz palka has been following the story -- she joins us in the newsroom now. tom - southampton county investigators wouldn't release specific details related to this case. we know two adults were found dead at a home on southampton parkway. neighbors confirmed to us deputies were focused on this house for several hours today. one neighbor was so upset - she could
her tears. another neighbor said a couple lives there. major gene drewery said a family member called deputies to the house around 12- 45 this afternoon. he would not say who that family member was or under what circumstances they made the call. he did say, they are not looking for any suspects. there were family members at the house when we arrived. they told us they didn't want comment. the sheriff's office has not yet released the names of the two people. drewery said the medical examiner will be the one to determine how they both died. i'm liz palka, 10 on your side. new information about a traffic stop involving a portsmouth city councilman. councilman danny meeks tells us, police body cam video of the stop does not show the moments the officer was rude to another person. the video shows an officer, after he pulled over near meeks' business. councilman meeks says a neighbor had stopped him in the street to discuss his concerns about the area. meeks says the officer yelled at that man-- and ordered him out
((well you got an expiration of nov 21 you're right i just picked them up. you just drive around on expireetags. yes that's what i do now are you going to write me a ticket. i am not going to write you a ticket going to see these tags here)) runs:15 police say the body cam video does not include audio recording for the first 30 seconds -- exactly when councilman meeks says the rude behavior happened. meeks got two tickets for that incident in december. he will be back in court april 5th. norfolk councilman andy protogyrou has officially kicked off his campaign for mayor. he held an event at the annuciation greek orthodox cathedral. family, friends and supporters all turned out for the speeches, food and entertainment. of the three candidates running this year -- protogyrou says his experience stands out. what sets me apart is the oaths i've taken in my lifetime -- vmi cadet -- army national guard -- lawyer -- councilman --
i'm ready to be your mayor. protogyrou says he's focused on open government, business development, schools and building up neighborhoods. the election is in may. republican congressman randy forbes is running for office -- in a different district. for more than a decade, he's represented the fourth district -- and lived in chesapeake. but now he says, re-drawn district lines make it impossible for a republican to get re-elected there. he hopes to fill the second district spot that will open when congressman scott rigell retires. forbes shared his vision for those parts of hampton roads and the eastern shore it's more than jobs. we want to make people be proud. i truly believe we can make this area the epicenter of national defense for the world. 5221 state delegate scott taylor and attorney pat cardwell are also running for the seat. we're just one day from the new hampshire presidential primary -- and the candidates are taking last minute shots. (jeb bush/(r) presidential candidate): "donald trump, you're the loser." (butt) (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate): "jeb is a lightweight,
the latest c-n-n poll shows republican candidate donald trump is leading with voters ahead of the primary. rubio and ted cruz round out the top three. on the democratic side -- vermont senator bernie sanders is holding his lead over hillary clinton -- and he traded jabs with former president bill cliton today. (bernie sanders/ (d) presidential candidate): "what people will be asking is not just who wins, but whether the people of new hampshire are prepared to lead this country in a political revolution." (bill clinton/ former president): "when you are making a revolution you can't be too careful about the facts." we will be sure to keep you updated on the results of the primary as they come in. new tonight -- a big name company will no longer set up a store in poquoson. mayor gene hunt confirms "cres" will no longer look to put a "walmart neighborhood market" in the small city. hunt said the local developers sent the economic development authority a letter saying so today. we first told you about the proposal in
together to keep the project from moving forward. norfolk city council plans to talk big business at their meeting tomorrow. on friday, we reported: a-d-p data processing may move thousands of jobs to the city. a spokeswoman could not discuss the specifics of the possible deal. workers downtown tell us-- they're excited about the potential economic benefits for the area. (clip 0016 4:56 i think that the restaurants on granby street would love that i think it will do amazing things for the downtown area including macarthur mall 5:07 we'll let you know what happens when this issue goes before city council tomorrow. you can find documents related to the deal, on wavy dot com. new tonight. a former norfolk college student has pleaded guilty to crimes involving children. prosecutors say he spoke to a 12 and 13- year-old girl on facebook -- storing photos and videos of them. in november, they say a federal grand jury indicted 26-year-old dylan jeffries from western virginia. he
when he's sentenced in may. prosecutors did not say which local college he attended -- or whether he was in college at the time this happened. new tonight. the wife of a dead islamic state leader now faces charges in the death of an american. kayla mueller died in february of last year. prosecutors now say a 25-year-old iraqi citizen who goes by umm sayyaf -- supported terrorism, and helped keep mueller in custody. she's currently in iraqi custody for terror-related activities, and could spend her life in prison if convicted. mueller was working as a humanitarian near the syrian city of allepo, when militants captured her. a bus driver ended up hurt -- breaking up a fight between students. portsmouth public schools says it happened on a bus headed to douglass park elementary today. police say two girls were fighting -- so the driver pulled over. about 30 minutes later, they say he called 9-1-1 for a shoulder injury. police
the disciplinary system in virginia beach public schools may change. a task force has made recommendations on ways to help african-american boys avoid suspension and expulsion. they include: increasing school psychologists and creating an office of opportunity and advancement. one member of the panel says: addressing the issue now -- will help students in the future. sot - ron taylor, men of faith 14:40 we have to going to pay for it on the back end. are we going to put more money toward prison to hold them, incarcerate them or do we need to put more money in intervention. 14:52 you can get involved with the school's e- town hall and give your feedback on the task force's recommendations. find it on wavy dot com. a local sheriff says he used his own money to put "in god we trust" stickers on patrol vehicles. hear the reason he says he decided to do it. neighbors tell us they're dealing with thieves -- stealing from vehicles. see the surveillance video of the suspects they're sharing with us
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new tonight - a thief is caught on camera in portsmouth - searching for unlocked cars. now - the neighborhood watch group tells us it has a message. it's for him and any other would be criminals. 10 on your side's liz kilmer is live at the police station with that warning from residents - liz? the coordinator for the green acres, sterling point, pinehurst neighborhood watch says neighbors are united and on the look out for thieves. many have video cameras out -- including victims we spoke with. their report - police say - is among six in the area in recent weeks. (surv. video 1:30) as the car lights turn on - this thief isn't scared away. c17 john reid 03:26:55 "the whole time he wasn't in a hurry, it seemed like he was taking his time, wasn't really concerned about getting caught." minutes go by - as the suspect searches through this car in nancy and john reid's driveway on
vehicle is their son's - whose studying to be a paramedic. the thief grabs costly textbooks and a stethoscope - before moving on. (surv video 4:05 -- cover bite) c17 03:26:50 "and then he walked on over to our other cars to see if they were unlocked and they weren't so he went on down the street." the family's video surveillance shows it happened shortly before 2 am on february 2nd. police say it's one of six similar reports in the area since january 24th. neighbors have a message to anyone planning to strike again: c1 denise bradley cochran 03:11:19 "i'm gonna give them a warning. don't come in our neighborhood cause we will see you and we will point pinehurst neighborhood watch. she says the group formed about a year ago after a rash of home burglaries. c1 03:09:25 "just like the burglars that were invading our homes, we ran them off and we plan to run these off too." with newly-added signs - regular meetings and a block captain on nearly every corner - she says - neighbors are standing together, and keeping close watch.
back, we are staying together very strong, united, with local law enforcement, and we're not gonna tolerate that behavior here." as for the six reports of cars being rummaged through - no word on whether or not they are all connected. police are actively investigating. anyone with information is asked to call the crime line. live in portsmouth, liz kilmer, 10 on your side. new tonight. police in elizabeth city say a vehicle hit a pedestrian, who died from his injuries. they say it happened last night on halstead boulevard -- near east rich boulevard. officers say 58-year-old louis white was walking in the street -- when a vehicle hit him. the driver told officers, he didn't see white until it was too late, and the weather was bad. officers say they do not plan to press charges at this point. tonight: evening showers taper by midnight. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: se 5-10mph. tuesday: mainly cloudy
showers. highs in the mid-upper 40s. wind: wsw 10-15mph. tonight: evening showers taper by midnight. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: se 5-10mph. tuesday: mainly cloudy with a few evening showers. highs in the mid-upper 40s. wind: wsw 10-15mph. tonight: evening showers taper by midnight. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: se 5-10mph. tuesday: mainly cloudy with a few evening showers. highs in the mid-upper 40s. wind: wsw 10-15mph. tonight: evening showers taper by midnight. lows in the mid-upper 30s. wind: se 5-10mph. tuesday: mainly cloudy with a few evening showers. highs in the mid-upper 40s. wind: wsw
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decals saying "in god we trust" aren't meant to urge religious support, only saying it is honoring how god blessed him and his department. he says displaying the national motto also shows patriotism -- even if it draws crticism. super=sheriff danny diggs/york-poquoson criticism but there will be those around the country those groups who are anti religion who will make their voices known and that's this country is all about" diggs tells us he used no public money paying for the decals himself. peyton manning wins the super bowl goes to disneyland but will he return for another season? we'll hear from him. big news for old dominion football fans. and two teriffic high school basketball games
we still don't know what peyton manning is going to do with his football career, but he did, in fact go to disneyland. the broncos quarterback, basking in his team's 14 point win over the panther last night, made the traditional post- super bowl visit to the theme park today. but he isn't ready to talk about his future. super bowl last night, riding into the sunset on the back of his outstanding defense. he says he is not yet
will take the the advice of his former coach tony dungy--and not make an emotional decision. "i'm gonna follow my coach's advice and i'm gonna enjoy this super weeks. then at the appropriate time i think i'll make a decision. i have to tell you though matt, i'm very much at peace with whatever the decision is i have a real peace about it." it has taken years, but finally old dominion and the university of virginia have agreed to a three game football schedule. it begins in two years with odu playing in charlottesville in 2-thousand 18, and the hoo's playing in norfolk two years later. high school basketball tonight, mathew hattield hosting the 8th virginia preps classic---- two time public school state champion norcom in the dark jerseys, against private school champions cape henry, k-j davis with three of his
points. cape henry led by sharp-shooter mark seamon who connects from long range, seaman with 16 points, three from preps classic most valuable player travis fields on the fastbreak, 24 points for field, as the greyhounds go on to beat cape henry, 64-to 49. a terrific finish as oscar smith, one of the top teams in 6-a took on bucket and the foul, he hits it from the line giving landstown a 1-point lead. final 30 seconds, oscar smith looking for a shot, the tigers go to their leading scorer donald hicks, with the step back from 3-----yes!! the radford-bound senior connects, giving oscar smith a 1-point lead with 6 seconds left. last chance for landstown, but they can't get the shot off and oscar smith escapes with a thrilling two point win, 22 points for hot