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see all morning. find out how a skier captured this unbelievable images. no skiing in hampton roads this morning. although some people could see a few flurries. i'm lex gray, in for katie collett. and i"m don roberts. its a chilly ash wednesday morning. let's get right to meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center for a check on the temperatures. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few flurries or light snow showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be in the mid 20s. winds west 10-15mph. thursday: mostly sunny. cold and breezy. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region. after some light snow showers and flurries early this morning, we'll see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. highs will be in the low 40s. we could see some more flurries or a light snow shower late tonight. otherwise partly cloudy skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly
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into the region. a weak area of low pressure may form near the coast. this could bring us a few flurries or a possible brief wintry mix to the region. it builds, the winds will teens and 20s. wind chills will be in the into tuesday. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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a sex-discrimation lawsuit against a local shipyard is taking a big step foward this morning. b-a-e systems norfolk ship repair to federal court, are asking a judge to grant final approval of a settlement today. if it's approved, the lawsuit will cost the company millions of dollars. 10 on your side's rico bush is live outside the norfolk federal courthouse. rico, walk us through the case. lex, don, a decision today could end a long legal battle for b-a-e systems after nearly 200 women sued the company for sex discrimination. the lawsuit dates back several years. in 20-13, the workers took the shipyard to federal court for pay and
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discrimination and harrasment claims. the women alleged widespread sexual harrasment and systematic discrimination by managers and supervisors, who were nearly all men. the company denied any wrong-doing at the time, but agreed to settle the case. under the agreement, b-a-e is expected to pay employees who worked for the company between october 2-thousand-7 and december 20-14 more than three million dollars. in addition to that monetary relief, b-a-e must make changes to its sexual harassment policy and promotion decisions by basing them on job related criteria, such as practical and written tests. 10 on your side will be in court this morning for the decison. follow wavy dot com and wavy news 10 to get the latest updates on the case. live in norfolk, rico bush, 10 on your side. most of the votes are in, and unlike the iowa caucus, there are two clear winners coming out of the new hampshire primary -- republican donald trump
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democrat bernie sanders. trump dominated the field with a double digit lead over second place winner john kasich. sanders beat hillary clinton by 20 points. sanders made it clear last night, he's looking forward to bringing the democratic party together behind him. sen. bernie sanders, (d) this party and this nation because the right wing republicans we oppose must not be allowed to gain the presidency. sanders and clinton are looking ahead to the next democratic caucus february 20th in nevada. then all the candidates are anticipating the south carolina primary on february 27th. the top republicans out of the new hampshire primary are already taking aim at sanders. pl16t 1:14 - 1:32 donald trump/(r) presidential candidate "but i heard parts of bernie's speech, he wants to give away our country folks, he wants to give away, we're not going to let it happen. i don't know where it's going with
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of luck but we are going to make america great again but we're going to do it the old fashioned "bernie talked so long i thought he was going to hit his 77th birthday before he got off the stage (laughter) and i mean hillary you just needed this much and head to south carolina because it ain't working here, ok? it's not working here." we will be watching new jersey governor chris christie's campaign closely today. after his disappointing night in new hampshire, he flew back to new jersey and says he will reassess his campaign later today. by the way, former virginia governor jim gilmore is still in the republican race. he got just point-one percent of the vote. new developments out of ferguson, missouri about its agreement with the department of justice. why the d-o-j is now threatening legal action. plus, u-s olympic officials weigh-in about the zika virus. what they had to say to athletes concerned about going to the games. and what went wrong. how
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few
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showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be in the mid 20s. winds west 10-15mph. thursday: mostly sunny. cold and breezy. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region. after some light snow showers and flurries early this morning, we'll see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. highs will be in the low 40s. we could see some more flurries or a light snow shower late tonight. otherwise partly cloudy skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly sunny and breezy. wind chills will be in the 20s. on friday a stronger surge of arctic air will move into the region. a weak area of low pressure may form near the coast. this could bring us a few flurries or a possible
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region. highs will be in the mid 30s. over the weekend strong high pressure will build into the region. as it builds, the winds will be strong. so highs will be in the 20s and 30s over the weekend with lows in the teens and 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits in the mornings. we may see some more rain/snow mix by next monday night into tuesday. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. a big blow for climate
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what the high court did to the obama administration's plan to cut emissions. plus, huge economic news. what norfolk city leaders decided last night could lead to thousands of new jobs. and what's happening today with this now
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caught in a bad we're back with big economic news for hampton roads. norfolk city council approved the money to entice data processing company a-d-p to relocate. the vote allows the economic development five-million dollars to
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company to move into downtown norfolk, and bring thousands of new jobs with it. the relocation isn't a done deal just yet. a-d-p still needs to make the decision to move, and right now there is no timeline for when that could happen. in the wake of corruption charges against norfolk city treasurer anthony burfoot, a city councilman is hoping to figure out what went wrong. andy protogyrou is calling for an audit of city policies and procedures. he wants the city auditor to look over burfoot's indictment and see if any policies need to addressed. he provided a copy of his memo to council at last night's work session furnished to the auditor. it also says, these questions are only raised for you to do your job. and then in turn, to raise other questions, so we can come up with answers ultimately. burfoot faces public corruption and perjury charges dating back to his time on city council. new this morning, the department of justice is threatening legal action
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ferguson for what it calls an "unnecessary delay". last night council voted to amend an agreement with the d-o-j over changes to the ferguson police department and municipal courts. the mayor said last night council is not taking anything out of the agreement, but just adding safeguards to it. there were also concerns about the cost of the reforms. :17 - :33 "it's time to stop. just go ahead and sign the decree. you still haven't settle the mike brown settlements. you've got more money to spend. you're paying more lawyers. it's time to stop all this 'ferguson's going under stuff' and get it done. just sign it." council reached an agreement with the d-o-j last month after the department found ferguson police were discriminating against black citizens. if the d-o-j doesn't go along with council's changes, ferguson could face a civil rights lawsuit. the now infamous royal caribbean cruise ship that got tossed around at sea is expected back later tonight. it's scheduled
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around 9:00 after it hit a storm off the coast of cape hatteras sunday. that same storm that damaged parts of n-c 12, tossed around the more than two- thousand people onboard the ship. the crew confined passengers to their rooms. the storm produced 30-foot waves. now to new developments with the zika virus and its impact on the upcoming summer games. the u-s olympic committee says athletes and staff worried about the zika virus in brazil should consider not going to the games in rio de janiero in august. the c-d-c moved to its highest alert level over zika. however experts at the national institutes of health says its difficult to give athletes advice about going or not going to the games. they say all they can do is give people the facts and let them decide on their own. it's a different story for athletes in kenya. officials there say they might pull out of this year's games because of the zika virus. the head of kenya's olympic committee said the country would not risk the safety of its athletes if the outbreak reached "epidemic levels".
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wouldn't go if athletes did not receive assurances that the virus wouldn't pose a threat. china just reported its first case of the zika virus. health experts say a 34-year-old man contracted the illness after a trip to venezuela. they are not too concerned about the mosquito-borne virus spreading in china because of the lack of mosquito activity and low winter temperatures. the u-s supreme court dealt the obama administration a big blow. it temporarily blocked the president's climate change plan. more than two dozen states filed lawsuits against it. now a federal appeals court will hold a hearing a hearing on the suits in june. the plan puts limits on how much carbon dioxide power plants can emit. republicans have unlawful. it looks more like summer than february in some parts of the country. recording-breaking heat in seattle brought people outside in shorts and t-shirts yesterday. it southern cailfornia. pasadena saw temperatures topping
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that's about 20 degrees higher than normal. we're not feeling any of that here. jeremy wheeler nailed the forecast. as predicted, the snow is starting to fall. check out this picture from 10 on your side viewer arica greenhow. its a shot of snow falling in williamsburg. if you see snow, e-mail your pictures to report-it-at-wavy-dot-com . or you can post it to our flurries or light snow showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be in the mid 20s. winds west 10-15mph. thursday: mostly sunny. cold and breezy. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region. after some light snow showers and flurries early this morning, we'll see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. highs will be in the low 40s. we could see some more flurries or a light snow shower late tonight.
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sunny and breezy. wind chills will be in the 20s. on friday a stronger surge of arctic air will move into the region. a weak area of low pressure may brief wintry mix to the region. highs will be in the mid 30s. over the weekend strong high pressure will build into the region. as it builds, the winds will be strong. so highs will be in the 20s and 30s single digits in the mornings. we may see some more rain/snow mix by next monday night into tuesday. stay tuned for updates. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few flurries or light snow showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region. after some light snow showers and flurries early this morning, we'll
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mostly cloudy skies today. highs will be in the low 40s. we could see skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly sunny and breezy. wind into the region. a weak area of low pressure may form near the coast. this could bring us a few 30s. over the weekend strong high pressure will build into the region. as it builds, the winds will be strong. so highs will be in the 20s and 30s single digits in the mornings. we may see some more rain/snow mix by next monday night into tuesday. stay tuned for updates. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few flurries or light snow showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be in the mid 20s. winds winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region.
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early this morning, we'll see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. highs will be in otherwise partly cloudy skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly sunny and breezy. wind into the region. a weak area of low pressure may brief wintry mix to the region. highs will be in the mid 30s. over the weekend be in the 20s and 30s over the weekend with lows in the teens and 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits in the
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we just had to show you this unbelievable video all taken with a smartphone. this is swiss skier nicolas vuignier. he tied a string to his iphone and swung it around him, creating this slow-motion video all while skiing down a mountain! he says it took lots of practice - nearly two years to get it down. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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a death investigation in southampton county. deputies identified the bodies found inside a home outside courtland. they say they are 64-year-old donald raiford and 59-year-old vanessa raiford. the medical examiner has not released the cause of death, but deputies were called to the home because of a gunshot victim. investigators still say they have no suspects in this case. major road closed. crews are still working to get route 12 on the outer banks re-opened. find out when they hope to have it back open. plus, they are a dieters nightmare or dream, depending on how you look at it. we'll show you the milkshakes that have people lining up down the block. and this silver dollar is worth a lot more than its face value.
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when it fetched over ten million dollars. here's a story that will have you dreaming of dessert. new yorkers are standing in long lines just for a milkshake. but these are no ordinary milkshakes. the 15 dollar treast are trending on-line and with all the exposure some people are waiting two and a half hours to take a gulp from of them. some of the milkshakes are more like pieces of art, which is why many people are taking pictures before digging in. the results are in! find out which presidential candidates won last night's new hampshire primary. sot: donald trump ( r- presidential candidate ) :07-:21 we're not going to forget you - you started it! remember, people of new hampshire have sent a profound message to the political establishment find out who still has momentum heading into
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plus children trapped inside this house fire. brian fox: i got there as i was kicking in the doors and i thought i'm gonna lose two of my four children today we'll show you how they are doing and tell you what investigators say caused all this damage. plus a local shipyard could face a big penalty. 10 on your side's rico bush explains how a ruling today could affect hundreds of shipyard workers. this morning, elections officials are still counting the ballots from last night's new hampshire primary. but it's clear, senator bernie sanders beat hillary clinton by double digits for the democrats. for the republicans, donald trump came out on top with 35 percent of the vote. governor john kasich was a distant second with 16 percent of the vote. it's too close to call if senator ted cruz, former candidates say they're looking ahead to the next primary in south carolina. we have a lot of news to
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the door on this ash wednesday.. but first we'll get a check on your weather and traffic. jen lewis will talk about back ups at a local base and meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking colder temperatures and a few flurries this morning. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few flurries or light snow the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a west 10-15mph. thursday: mostly sunny. cold and breezy. highs will be in the mid 30s. after some light snow showers and flurries early this morning, we'll some more flurries or a light snow shower late tonight. otherwise partly cloudy skies. even colder air chills will be in the 20s. on friday a stronger surge of arctic air will move could bring us a few flurries or a possible strong high pressure will build into the region. as it builds, the winds will be strong. so highs will be in the 20s and 30s single digits in the mornings. we may see some more rain/snow mix by next monday night
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later this morning, a norfolk federal judge is expected to decide on a settlement against a norfolk shipyard. the case is against b-a-e norfolk systems ship repair. nearly 200 women sued for sex discrimination. it could carry big price tag for the shipyard, which has contracts with navy. rico bush is live outside the federal courthouse in norfolk with more on the class-action lawsuit. rico. don, lex, if the judge approves the settlement, it means b-a-e will avoid a trial that could have brought attention to widespread allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination that dated back for years. in 20-13, nearly 2-hundred women filed a class-action lawsuit against the shipyard, allegeding they suffered pay and promotion discrimination and experienced sexual
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for b-a-e systems. the company denied any wrong-doing at the time, but it appeared to reach a deal with the female workers. last year, the women asked the shipyard to pay three million dollars to settle the lawsuit. also under the proposed agreement, b-a-e is required to make changes to its promotional decisions and sexual harassment complaints. 10 on your side is expected to be in court today for that hearing. look for a full report from erin kelly on the class-action lawsuit on wavy news 10 starting at 4 pm. live in norfolk, rico bush, 10 on your side. right now parts of n-c 12 on the outer banks are still closed. n-c-d-o-t says water and weekend's storm are covering the road. crews blocked off parts of the highway in ocracoke and kitty hawk as they cleared the debris. route 12 could reopen as early as today. millions of federal dollars will go towards environmental projects on the outer banks. the army corps of engineers says it will award extra money for dredging in the oregon and hatteras
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walter jones says he sent the corps a letter requesting additional funds. we've told you about boats running aground, especially at the oregon inlet. all together -- the projects will get four million dollars more than expected in the original 20-16 budget. soon officers in elizabeth city will be wearing body cameras. this morning the police department will hold a news conference to talk about them. officers will discuss plans to buy and use the cameras. they'll also talk about the policies that officers have to follow while using the new equipment. the news conference is scheduled to start this morning at 10 at the pasquotank county public safety building. a possible change in a local school district's grading system. you'll hear from parents against the move. a deadly fire on the eastern shore. find out what has neighbors concerned. plus a big retailer says it's closing one of its stores in our area.
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few flurries or light snow showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be
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winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region. after some light snow showers and flurries early this morning, we'll see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies tonight. otherwise partly cloudy skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly sunny and breezy. wind into the region. a weak area of low pressure may brief wintry mix to the region. highs will be in the mid 30s. over the weekend strong high pressure will over the weekend with lows in the teens and 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits in the mornings. we may see good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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a potential change in a local school district's calendar. we'll show you how it could impact your child. new video of a local house fire. we'll show you the damage as crews fought their way inside. plus children narrowly escape this house fire. find out the toy investigators say sparked the flames. 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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heart-shaped happiness too sweet not to share. america runs on dunkin'. some parents in virginia beach feel their voices haven't been heard when it comes to changing the public school grading system. families, school board members and community members attended a forum sponsored by concerned parents last night. the meeting comes as the public school division looks to change grading policies for secondary schools - and develop a uniform standard. some parents want on-going practices to change, like teachers allowing students to turn work in late and retake tests. one mother believes students are not being held accountable. she's calling on change. sot vicky manning - concerned parent c2
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want parents to be heard and we want the administration to open the door for parents to speak out and to be heard about this." a committee of teachers, parents, students and school board members are working on recommendations. so far, they haven't made any formal submissions. any changes the school board makes, will go into effect during the next school year. virginia beach school board members are also thinking about changing the calendar. they passed a motion yesterday to remove some teaching days from the school year. the official vote to change the calendar is scheduled for next week. if the vote does go through -- students will spend one or two fewer days in class, and teachers may get more time for professional development. this morning newport news police are investigating a late night robbery at a cell phone store. officers tell us someone with a weapon walked into the a-t-&-t store on jefferson avenue across from patrick henry mall. police say several employees were inside
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no one was hurt. we're working to learn if officers have a description of the suspect and if he got away with anything. new this morning we can show you video of a house fire in newport news. firefighters put out the can see it was a very busy scene, and there was a lot of fire damage around the front windows. crews said no one was inside the home when they arrived. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a tennessee family is safe after a fire destroyed their home. fire investigators in nashville believe a hoverboard's lithium batteries are to blame. two teenagers were trapped upstairs. their father remembers seeing his home on fire, with his children inside. brian fox: i got there as i was kicking in the doors and i thought i'm gonna lose two of my four children today. the fire started on the first floor, trapping the teens upstairs. they smashed through windows to get to safety. one teen jumped from the second story into her father's arms. brian fox i was yelling for haley and i was begging her
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baby please jump 1128 53 and she jumped out the window without hesitation and i can't tell you how brave that was 1128 58 butt to megan fox: the fact that a toy cause this kind of destruction to our lives it's just wrong the family made it out with a few broken bones. fire officials say their million-dollar home is destroyed. state police say a fire on the eastern shore - was no accident. they say someone killed a woman found dead inside. the fire happened on occo-hannock neck road in exmore, two weeks ago. neighbors told us: 70-year-old shirley onley had no enemies. she used to be a substitute teacher and was active in her church. her friends and neighbors now worry for their own safety. when you think somebody killed a person who didnt know anything about her. butted 21:01:11 was there a reason why they did this to her? if not, i should be frightened
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what evidence made them believe the situation was suspicious. but they're not commenting on the investigation. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few flurries or light snow showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be in the mid 20s. winds west 10-15mph. thursday: mostly sunny. cold and breezy. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region. after some light snow showers and flurries early this morning, we'll some more flurries or a light snow shower late tonight. otherwise partly cloudy skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly sunny and breezy. wind chills will be in the area of low pressure may form near the coast. this could bring us a few flurries or a possible brief wintry mix to the region. highs will be in the mid 30s. over the weekend strong high pressure will
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lows in the teens and 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits in the mornings. we may see some more rain/snow mix by next monday night into tuesday. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few flurries or light snow showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region. after some light snow showers and flurries the low 40s. we could see some more flurries or a light snow shower late tonight. otherwise partly cloudy skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the
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sunny and breezy. wind into the region. a weak area of low pressure may form near the coast. this could bring us a few flurries or a possible brief wintry mix to the build into the region. as it builds, the winds will be strong. so highs will be in the 20s and 30s single digits in the mornings. we may see good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. we have a school delay
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we have a school delay just into our newsroom. accomack county schools on the eastern shore, are on a two hour delay. in other news, another big name store says it's closing its doors in our area. sears announced it's closing a k-mart in virginia beach this spring. the retailer says slow holiday sales forced them to speed up the closings. our n-b-c affiliate in roanoke says: it spoke to a company representative. that person says a k-mart in virginia beach will be shutting down in april. in 2004, k-mart
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according to the store locators on its website-- there are two remaining in virginia beach- at pembroke and kemps river. up next, a father blames "the boss" for his daughter being late to school.
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note he wrote. its the tardy note that's
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a father in new york was very honest in a letter to his daughter's teachers. the pair had seen a bruce springsteen and the e street band concert that went late into the night. " unfortunately, i didn't share that plan with my wife, and this is why there's a very good chance i could be divorced when she gets out of school today," in the note, he said taking his 12-year-old daughter to the concert was more educational than anything else. " when you can see an american icon, someone that's a master at their craft perform on stage, it's no different from going to a museum," after the three and a half hour concert, the home at one in the morning. that's way past her 8:30 bedtime. apparently her teachers did not think it was much of an excuse.
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a legal battle between a local shipyard and some of its workers could come to an end today. ahead 10 on your side's rico bush shows us what's at stake. plus a big economic update. find out what local lawmakers decided
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company to the area. the new hampshire primary is in the bag with two clear winners. trump: " i love you all thank you very much, thank you." sanders: "thank you new hampshire" ahead - more reaction from the campaigns, who came in second, and what's next for the candidates. discrimination lawsuit. what a judge could decide about the case women brought against a local shipyard. city leaders make a big economic decision. find out how they voted on a deal to bring a major company to the area, along with
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