tv WAVY News 10 Today 430am NBC February 9, 2016 4:30am-5:00am EST
have a terrific tuesday. a big deal could bring thousands of high- paying jobs to our area. we'll tell you what local lawmakers will vote on today. plus stolen information. hackers post personal data from thousands of federal workers. find out how they got it. it's primary day! the voters have already cast the first ballots in new hampshire. we'll tell you the early results. and road damage... what's ahead today for route 12 on the outer banks that's been beaten by mother nature. but first we need to start with breaking news overseas.
train crash killed at least four people and injured about a hundred and fifty. a two trains crashed head-on early this morning. one trin and several train-cars overturned. police also reported eight rescue helicopters are standing by to help medics get to the scene, which is in a remote area of southern germany, in bad aibling . officers are working to free the wreckage. now -- let's get you ready for the day with a check on your weather and traffic. jen lewis is keeping an eye out on any problems on those wet roads. and meteoroloigst jeremy wheeler is tracking colder temperatures in the super doppler 10 weather center. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few rain or snow showers possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs over the next 36 hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow
above freezing for most of the time. so there should be little to no in the day as this moves in. possibly in the evening. we'll be much colder thursday into the weekend. highs will be in ruled out. stay tuned for updates. we'll see some nuisance to minor tidal good morning, hampton roads. let's check
happening today - a huge economic deal to bring a fortune 500 company to norfolk goes before city council. tonight, city leaders will consider a multi-million dollar incentive package to woo payroll processing giant a- d-p to the mermaid city. the deal could bring thousands of new jobs to the area. rico bush is live in downtown norfolk with more on what city council will be doing tonight. rico, good morning. good morning lex and don. this deal would be huge for hampton roads - an area that's only has a few fortune 500 companies.
exactly the economics benefits, but city leaders say an a-d-p expansion would be a positive for norfolk's workforce. during tonight's meeting, city leaders are expected to look into giving the world's biggest payroll processer a five million dollar grant over several years. if city leaders agree to the deal, a-d-p has said it may be heading to south hampton roads. city leaders have not given us more specifics on the deal, but we learned it is expected to bring a large number of permanent full time jobs to norfolk. and, workers downtown tell us they're excited about the huge impact the move may have on the city. joel weintraub - the decker law firm 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 butt to ross rogers - the vineyard trattoria (30)15:51 more businesses coming in more people wonderful i enjoy downtown norfolk great
if the deal is approved, the board of directors for norfolk's economic development authority is expected to adopt a resolution tomorrow approving the grant to bring a-d-p downtown. we'll let you know what happens when this issue goes before the city council tonight. in the meantime, you can find documents related to this deal on wavy dot com. live in norfolk, rico bush, 10 on your side. today n-c-d-o-t will take a look at how n- c-12 held up during recent storms. this stretch in kitty hawk has fallen prey to strong wind and waves before. the mayor tells us, there was some overwash over the weekend, but the asphalt held up. even though there's no rush, he says a road expert will check to see if it needs any repairs. happening today local leaders will talk about ways to deal with rising sea
over two days they'll meet in norfolk at the slover library. they'll be addressing risks from flooding across hampton roads. you're looking a video of recent flooding in portsmouth. the environmental defense fund says they can take what they've learned in our area to other coastal cities facing similar threats. kicking off his campaign. 10 on your side was there as a local leader threw his hat in the ring for mayor vigil with a purpose. a community gathers to keep a murdered virginia teen's memory alive. plus low gas prices. we'll tell you where drivers are paying around a dollar per
("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow showers. temps will be above freezing for most of the time. so there should be little to no
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notch which has only nine registered voters. governor john kasich inched out donald trump with three votes, to two. and senator bernie sanders took all four votes in the democratic primary. the rest of new hampshire will make their decisions later today. trump is ahead in the polls state wide for the republicans. senator sanders leads on the democratic side over hillary clinton. back here in hampton roads, norfolk councilman andy protogyrou 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 -- substitute judge & now i'm ready to be your mayor. protogyrou says he's focused on open
development, schools and building up neighborhoods. norfolk's sheriff robert mccabe and state senator kenny alexander also announced their run for mayor. the election is in may. southampton county investigators are looking into the deaths of two people. deputies spent hours at this house on southampton parkway on monday afternoon. it's about four miles west of courtland. major gene drewery said a family member called deputies. 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. the medical examiner will determine how the two people died. people in blacksburg are honoring the memory of a murdered teen. nats of singing the virginia tech community held a vigil last night for 13-year-old nicole lovell. they hope it makes young women more aware of the dangers of predators. lovell had been missing for several
her body in a field near the north carolina state line, two weeks ago. two virginia tech students face charges in lovell's murder. today a norfolk teacher is scheduled to appeal his sexual battery conviction. we told you last year a judge convicted a maury high school teacher of hurting a former student.. an 18-year-old said mohsin bouziane sexually assaulted her in the driver's ed tower on school property. norfolk public schools reassigned bouzaine to other duties pending the outcome of his appeal. new concerns this morning after hackers published contact information of 20-thousand f-b-i employeees. it happened yesterday... and a day before that -- someone posted personal data of 10-thousand homeland security employees. the group that tweets from an account named "at-dot-govs" said someone pulled the information from the department of justice's database.
addresses. officials say it does not appear hackers accessed any private information, like social security numbers. the justice department is investigating. this morning, several poquoson residents are glad developers pulled the plug on a proposed wal-mart. mayor gene hunt confirms "cres" will no longer build a "wal-mart neighborhood market". we first told you about the proposal in the fall. residents came together to keep the project from moving forward. they told us they had enough grocery stores in their area. a family moves into an upscale neighborhood in virginia beach, eager to build their dream home next to the lynhaven river. but that dream soon turned into a nightmare after they got dozens of complaints from neighbors. typically a home like this would have ten to single one led to a work stoppage, and the family has been able to move in. but the owner feels that he got a raw deal from his neighbors. c 5 11:45 byron woodard homeowner to say that
envronment is an understatement we look into what happens when neighbors complain - and why the city has to react - whenever someone builds a new home in an established neighborhood. be sure to catch chris horne's investigation, "over-inspected", on wavy news 10 tonight at 6. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few rain or snow showers possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph.
system will impact the region over the next 36 hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow showers. temps will be above freezing for most of the time. so there should be little to no accumulations. colder air will surge in late tomorrow. a few snow showers are possible late in the day as this moves in. possibly in the evening. we'll be much colder thursday into the weekend. highs will be in the 30s with lows in the teens and 20s. most of the period looks dry, but some flurries can't be nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide
("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few rain or snow showers possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. a strong upper level system will impact the region over the next 36 hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow showers. temps will be above freezing for most of the time. so there should be little to no accumulations. colder air will surge in late tomorrow. a few snow showers are possible late in the day as this moves in. possibly in the evening. we'll be much colder
wouldn't it be nice to pull up to the pump and see gas prices at a dollar? triple-a says that's happening in some states. right now, the cheapest gas in the nation is in oklahoma city. a 7-eleven is selling it for a dollar-and-11- cents per gallon. gas-buddy-dot-com says prices in at least eight states are as low as a dollar-25. nationwide the average price of regular gas is a dollar-74. triple-a says crude oil inventories are at their highest level in almost eight decades. you can find the lowest prices in your
com. just hover over the traffic tab and click gas prices. looks like the cheapest gas in our area is seling for $1.34 in gloucester point. local leaders talk big business. we'll tell you what's on their agenda tonight that could bring thousands of jobs to a local city. plus we'll tell you how this alligator got inside a fast-food restaurant and why a suspect is behind bars for doing it. plus it's a hard life for a baby panda. you don't want to miss this adorable
getting stuck in a tree. we're back with your morning dose of cuteness. you've got to see this video. baby panda bei bei is now old enough to roam his environment at the national zoo in d-c. the cub was adventourus this week and started climbing up a pine tree. getting up was a lot easier than getting down. his legs got caught in branches and he stumbled out of the tree. during another climb his mother was there to help the cub down. this morning a florida man is in jail facing charges for throwing an alligator through a fast-food drive thru window. the man's mother says it was just a prank, but florida fish and wildlife officials
linda james/ suspect's mother it's just a stupid prank, that's turning into this. oh 100% he's a prankster. he does stuff like this because he thinks its funny. an incident report from october says the 23-year-old picked up a three-and-a- half-foot alligator from the side of the road, then pulled up for his order and tossed the gator inside the wendy's window when a worker's back was turned. the suspect's mother says her son knew one of the employees. he's scheduled to be arraigned today for aggravated assault and a charge you've probably never heard before.... unlawful posession and transportation of an alligator. happening today, local leaders try to get a major company to move to hampton roads. and that could mean hundreds of new jobs. we'll have the