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for katie collett. and i'm don roberts. you'll need the heavy coat, gloves and scarves this week. meteorologist jeremy wheeler has the chilly details. jeremy. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. cold. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: mostly cloudy. chance for snow. some accumulations are possible. highs will only be in the low 30s. winds var. 5-10mph. high pressure will provide for lots of sunshine today, but a cold airmass has moved into the region. highs will only be in the low/mid 30s this afternoon. it will also be breezy. so wind chills will
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tomorrow a weak area of low pressure will form to our south. it will bring some moisture into the best chance for snow this teens. wind chills by updates to all of these systems. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now.
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to put a stop to crime in hampton roads. governor terry mcauliffe and local leaders will meet for an important conversation - preventing young african american boys from turning to violence! the city of hampton is hosting a regional symposium to address the issue. data shows young black males are disproportionately affected by crime as either victims or offenders. rico bush is in hampton with more on what some are calling the crisis in the black community. rico. brandi, don, with this symposium today, leaders hope to use it as an opportunity to change the narrative from failure to hope among black youth and men. state and local leaders say they want to turn the page on crime and send a united message that they won't tolerate it in the seven cities. in hampton alone, african american men between the ages of 15 and 24 make up nearly half of all arrested for violent
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less than five percent of the population. overall in hampton, violent crimes rose 20 percent from 20-14 to 20-15, which has prompted the city to have more community engagement and add more officers on the streets. the first ever symposium on crime in hampton roads will take place at the hampton roads convention center and will have topics engaging youth and adults. sot - mayor george wallace, hampton - clip 1 22:11:53 i think its timely. i think it addresses an issue that is pervasive not only in hampton but nationally and more importantly regionally. 22:12:03 the gathering will be divided into two parts - during the day, a symposium, and during the evening a resource fair, which the public is invited to attend. the event is expected to draw a large crowd. if you like to be a part of the conversation, head over to our website at wavy dot com to learn more about the event. rico bush, 10 on your side.
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there's a job fair in norfolk today. it starts at 11:00 this morning until 2:00 at the doubletree by hilton near international airport. that's on north military highway. dress to impress because you'll have a chance to interview with prospective employers at the event. this is a free event. for more information about how to register and get a ticket, go to wavy- dot-com and look for this story. today a norfolk man facing several charges, including murder, is expected in court. police say 28-year-old troy smith shot and killed a man and hurt another last halloween. 26-year-old quintin cuffee died in the shooting. another man went to the hospital and was treated and released. this all happened on hemlock street right near princess anne road. new this morning, south korea says it's shutting down an industrial park that it runs jointly with north korea. it's the strongest move yet to financially punish the impoverished country for a recent rocket launch. north korea's state-run
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video of sunday's rocket launch. the country put a satellite into orbit, but much of the world looks at this as a step toward developing long- range missiles. that is why the u-s senate voted unanimously to enforce tougher with 50-million dollars over the next five years, congress hopes to stop the country from developing nuclear warheads, and the missiles needed to deliver them. lawsuit. ahead you'll hear what the city's mayor has to say about it. plus, top health experts speak before lawmakers today. what they're discussing has people worried all around the world. and serial burglar. police and several local restaurants hope you can help catch
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. cold. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 20s. winds north 5-10mph. be in the low 30s. winds var. 5-10mph. high pressure will provide for lots of sunshine today, but a cold airmass has moved into the region. highs will only be in the low/mid 30s this afternoon. it will also be breezy. so wind chills will be in the 20s today. tomorrow a weak area of
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our south. it will bring some moisture into the region. so we will see some snow in the area. this will produce some accumulations. unlike past events, this time it will all fall as snow with the exception of the southern outer banks. the best chance for snow this time will be over northeast north carolina up to the southside. some areas could see over an inch. stay tuned for updates. this will be a quick moving system. so it will be gone by friday night. the weekend looks very cold and dry. we'll see highs in the 20s and 30s. lows will be in the teens. wind chills by sunday morning will be near zero. then another system will move in between monday and tuesday. this will bring us a chance for snow, then rain, then a wintry mix. stay tuned
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these systems. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now.
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we're following breaking news out of chesapeake. firefighters just put out a house fire on canal drive. that's off south military highway. investigators say someone called 9-1-1 saying the home's back porch was on fire. neighbors saw the fire and got the residents out safely. no one was hurt. crews are trying to find out what started the fire. controversial bill. what a republican presidential candidate plans to do, and how it could help his chances in his race. the back and forth is over. the deal reached between the norfolk airport and uber. and later a surprise diner. a chef walks us
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thinks a sea lion got into his restaurant. one of the cool perks of this place
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off in another debate tonight. fresh off his win in new hampshire, bernie sanders will go head-to-head with hillary clinton in milwaukee. p-b-s newshour is hosting this 6th debate at 9 tonight. while president barack obama has not yet publicly endorsed a democratic candidate, his former press secretary believes he knows how the president is leaning. he had this to say on c-n-n yesterday. jay carney/former white house press secretary "i think the president has signaled, while remaining neutral, that he supports secretary clinton's candidacy and would prefer to see her as the nominee. he won't officially embrace her unless and until she's going to be the nominee. the white house wouldn't comment on carney's remarks. hillary clinton has frequently talked about her closeness with president obama on the campaign trail. new this morning, ohio governor john kasich is expected to sign a bill that takes goverment money away from
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kasich is coming off a second place win in the new hampshire primary for the republicans. signing the bill into law could help him appeal to conservatives in south carolina ahead of the february 20th primary. the republican presidential field continues to shrink. new jersey governor chris christie and former tech executive carly fiorina dropped out of the race. christie got seven-percent of the vote in last night new hampshire primary. fiorina got four-percent. now to developments in ferguson, missouri. the department of justice is filing suit against the city. this comes after ferugson city officials did not approve an agreement with the d-o-j aimed at improving the way police and courts treat minorities. "it is extremely unfortunate that the city has chosen to litigate this matter rather than move directly to these remedies and reforms" ferguson leaders made changes to the d-o-j agreement. they argue the changes are most cost effective. :31 - :42 mayor james knowles / ferguson,
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"this agreement is something that we can meet financially. it's something that also still achieves the constitutional policing which is obviously the reason for having the consent decree." the city has been under scrutiny since a police officer shot and killed 18-year-old michael brown in august of 20-14. today the director of the centers for disease control and a medical expert from the national institute of health will speak to a senate committee about the zika virus. tom frieden and anthony fauci already spoke to a house committee yesterday. they said pregnant women are most at risk for the illness, and that the disease was detected in the brains of four babies who died in south america. doctors at n-i-h say they are optimistic about developing a vaccine for the illness because it's similar to west nile virus. despite the supreme court temporarily blocking the obama administration's clean power plan, virginia is moving ahead with it. governor terry mcauliffe said yesterday,
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reducing carbon emissions should continue. in fact, a group of company executives, environmentalists and others are meeting tomorrow to work on it. 27 states are currently in a legal battle over obama's plan. norfolk police say one man is responsible for several restaurant burglaries in the city, and they hope you can help catch him. start with surveillance picture of man. the clear one of his face! take a good look at his picture. police say he's broken into at least four restaurants in two weeks. each time getting away with cash. here's video of him attempting a fifth break-in at the ole bay seafood restaurant on lafayette boulevard. he was unsuccessful here. we spoke to the family who owns the restaurant "ole.") c12 4:25 - he had a bag. purple bag. and then he opened his bag and and he had a hammer inside. c12 6:46 - we didn't lose anything. but we had to pay for the door to be fixed. :50 police need your help to catch this guy. if you recognize him -
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. cold. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: mostly cloudy. chance for snow. some accumulations are possible. highs will only be in the low 30s. winds var. 5-10mph. high pressure will provide for lots of sunshine today, but a cold airmass has moved into the region. highs will only be in the low/mid 30s this afternoon. it will also be breezy. so wind chills will be in the 20s today. tomorrow a weak area of low pressure will form to our south. it will bring some moisture into the region. so we will see
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this will produce some accumulations. unlike past events, this time it will all fall as snow with the exception of the southern outer banks. the best chance for snow this time will be over northeast north carolina up to the southside. some areas could see over an inch. stay tuned for updates. this will be a quick moving system. so it will be gone by friday night. the weekend looks very cold and dry. we'll see highs in the 20s and 30s. lows will be in the teens. wind chills by sunday morning will be near zero. then another system will move in between monday and tuesday. this will bring us a chance for snow, then rain, then a wintry mix. stay tuned
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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uber is back at norfolk international airport. airport officials came to an agreement with the ride-sharing service. as we've reported, the two had been at odds for months over a contracting dispute. uber released a statement about the agreement. you can read that under this story, on wavy-dot-com. new this morning, the army just paid a woman $820-thousand dollars to settle a sexual harassment case. the former military police trainee who worked in california claims the army fired her after she filed a sexual harassment complaint against her supervisor. she says her supervisor sent her sexually explicit text messages and photos. both sides reached the settlement yesterday. the army's lawyers wouldn't comment on the case. a local shipyard will pay more than $four-million dollars in a sex discrimination suit. a judge accepted the settlement yesterday. female employees filed a class action suit against b-a-e systems norfolk ship repair three years ago. it claims female
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discrimination and didn't have equal opportunities for promotion. it also describes a hostile work environment -- with unwanted sexual advances. 10 on your side spoke one of the original plaintiffs. c0008 interview janet - janet aviles - plaintiff 2541 i didn't want them to see me cry, but it's treated 2549 a spokesperson for b-a-e says the company denies the allegations and is committed to treating employees fairly and with respect. to read the full statement, go to wavy-dot-com. mystery solved! someone says they know how this sea lion slipped into a california restaurant and sat at a table! plus, a new approach to trying to stop crime in hampton roads. we'll explain what's
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a little, curious sea lion in california is going viral for waddling right into a restaurant. someone found her sitting in one of the booths last week. now the restaurant's chef says he know how she got in. :17 - :26 "she came up just the ramp right over here, jumped on this platform, went through the hole, and she's small... and she just went boom-boom-boom-
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that was chef bernard guillas. he says the sea lion got in through a back office and went right into the restaurant's dining room. :30 - :41 "i have to tell you, she's very smart because she picked out the best table in the house. she jumped right over here, sit down, and she just went, "where's breakfast?" well it turns out, the sea lion was malnourished, dehydrated, and had an injured eye. sea world came and took her. she's been recovering at their facility ever since. veterinarians say she is doing very well. the staff at the restaurant has affectionately named the sea lion marina. bundle up. we're starting out the day with temperatures in the 20's. 10 on your side's meteorologist jeremy wheeler tracks even colder temperatures in your forecast. surrounded. right now the f-b-i is closing in on the
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buildings. stop the violence. today the governor joins community leaders as they try to prevent crime. plus armed security guards in schools? details about a new bill that could affect our children. developing right now in oregon, the f-b-i says it surrounded the last occupiers at a federal wildlife refuge. the occupiers say they will turn themselves in this morning. agents believe there are about four people held up inside. this all started back in january when a group of armed protesters took over the refuge in burns to oppose federal land-use policies. later that month, agents arrested the group's leader, ammon bundy and others on a remote road outside the refuge. and new this morning, police arrested cliven bundy after he flew into an airport in portland oregon. bundy is the father the armed occupation leader ammon (like salmon) bundy. bundy has been in the center of a standoff in nevada with federal offices in 2014 over the
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switching gears, we'll now get a check on your weather and traffic. jen lewis is following backups at a local base. and get out your winter gear. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking below freezing temperatures this morning. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. cold. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: mostly cloudy. chance for snow. some accumulations are possible. highs will only be in the low 30s. winds var. 5-10mph. high pressure will provide for lots of sunshine today, but a cold airmass has moved into the region. highs will only be in the low/mid 30s this afternoon. it will also be breezy. so wind chills will be in the 20s today. tomorrow a weak area of low pressure will form to our south. it will bring some moisture into the region. so we will see some snow in the area.
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past events, this time it will all fall as snow with the exception of the southern outer banks. the areas could see over an between monday and tuesday. this will bring systems. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. berkley bridge 9am
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today, hundreds of people plan to stand together against violence in several state leaders to address crime among african american men. it's something that's never been done before. officials say it's time to send a message, they won't tolerate crime. rico bush is in hampton with a preview of the event. rico, good morning? good morning don and brandi. the event is expected to draw a large crowd. people from all walks of life, including our governor will join for an important conversation - preventing young men from turning to violence! data shows black males are involved in a large number of crimes in hampton roads, both as victims and offenders. the first ever symposium on crime in hampton roads titled, "the urgency of now: changing the narrative for black males from failure to hope" will take place
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event aims to reduce youth violence and boost black male achievement by featuring topics that engage young children and men. the gathering will be divided into two parts - during the day, a symposium, and during the evening a resource fair, which the public is invited too. local and state leaders say the goal of the event is for people to take ideas and information back to their communities and put them into action. sot - synethia white, hampton youth violence prevention program manager - clip 4 22:20:03 its something that has to be done because we can't afford to ignore it anymore we're losing young people specifically young black men that could definitely have more of a positive contribution to our society." 22:20:014 in hampton alone, african american men between the ages of 15 and 24 make up nearly half of all arrested for violent crimes, but the group is less than five percent of the population. in our next half hour, we'll dig more into those staggering numbers and the overall
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in the meantime, the symposium starts at 5-30. there will be resources for youth and opportunities for adults to volunteer. we have put all of that information on our website at wavy dot com. in the newsroom, rico bush, 10 on your side. today virginia beach mayor, will sessoms, will update us on how the city is doing. he's is scheduled to deliever the state of the city address at noon. you're looking at video from last year's address. 10 on your side will be there to hear the mayor's plans. we'll have complete coverage later today on wavy news 10 starting at four. a big honor for three men who saved a teen from the elizabeth river. norfolk police say they pulled him after he jumped off the campostella bridge yesterday. the three shipyard workers in their tugboat rescued the young man. paramedics took him to the hospital where he's expected to be okay. 10 on your side will be at lyon shipyard this
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men. look for that story on wavy news 10 midday and wavy news 10 starting at 4 deputies in maryland killed in the line of duty. new this morning we'll hear from a witness. plus a new bill on reckless driving. find out how much lawmakers want to up the speed limit threshold. plus a local officer's quest to help those without a home. how you can join in.
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. cold. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: mostly cloudy. chance for snow. some accumulations are possible. highs will only be in the low 30s. winds var. 5-10mph. high pressure will provide for lots of sunshine today, but a cold airmass has moved into the region. highs will only be in the low/mid 30s this afternoon. it will low pressure will form to our south. it will bring some moisture into the region. so we will see some snow in the area. this will produce some accumulations. unlike past events, this time it will all fall as snow with the exception of the
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best chance for snow this time will be over northeast north carolina up to the southside. some areas could see over an inch. stay tuned for updates. this will be a quick moving system. so it will be gone by friday night. the weekend looks teens. wind chills by sunday morning will be near zero. then another system will move in between monday and tuesday. this will bring us a chance for snow, then rain, then a wintry mix. stay tuned for updates to all of these systems. good morning, hampton roads. let's check good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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a controversial bill would clear the way for armed security guards in local schools. find out what both sides of the argument have to say. a proposal to expand a marine sanctuary just off the coast. we'll explain how you can weigh in. plus the man convicted of killing robert f. kennedy
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we're back with a controversial bill that would allow security guards in local schools to be armed. for years, bills aiming to arm school staff have failed in the general assembly. however this new bill just passed the education committee. under the proposal, security guards would have to be retired police officers and get
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getting a weapon. some say the bill is a slippery slope, but gun advocates believe permit holders should be allowed to carry guns on campus and believe this bill is a step in that direction. philip van cleave league] liberty university is a good example of this. they never had any you can find an opening to crack open the door then next year you can add more things and push the door wider. those against the bill, say retired officers should at least have to go through annual training before they're allowed to carry a weapon on school grounds. this morning we're hearing from witnesses after a maryland sheriff says a man shot and killed two of his deputies. authorities have not released a motive for the shooting, but the sheriff believes david evans shot and killed a deputy simply "because he was wearing a uniform." this all started during lunch time yesterday in harford county, near baltimore. deputies got a tip on where evans was. witnesses say when a deputy approached him,
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sophia faulkner/witness he just took out his gun and shot him in the head right after the officer asked him hows your day. the sheriff says evans shot and killed another deputy in a shootout. two other deputies responded and shot and killed evans. the sheriff's office has not released the names of those who died. today the federal aviation administration will try to figure out what caused a plane crash that killed two deputies in california. the f-a-a syas the single-engine plane burst into flames after hitting a mountain near fresno. the sheriff's office in tulare county said there was no distress signal yesterday before the crash. they also said the plane's parachute was not assassinating robert f. kennedy, will remained behind bars. a board denied sirhan sirhan parole for the 15th time yesterday. the convict told the board he remembered nothing from the night senator kennedy died almost 50 years ago. sirhan will
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we're on your side - looking into a risky trend among teens in hampton roads is under the microscope. e-cigarette use is exploding across the country with teens picking up the habit at an alarming rate. an estimated 2 million high-school students and 450-thousand middle-schoolers are experimenting with vaping. researcher's at eastern virginia medical school in norfolk are studying ways to reverse the trend. kelli england will, phd/associate professor of pediatrics, evms " 2:03:11 to be able to reach the teen audience we really have to understnad where they are coming from:15 and understanding what would work to get their attention to stop using :26 or to nevr pick it up is really what we're aiming for :29 coming up tonight at six, our stephanie harris talks with one teen about his experienes with e-cigs in school. and has more on the plan to reverse the trend. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly
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be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: mostly cloudy. chance for snow. some accumulations are possible. highs will only be in the low 30s. winds var. 5-10mph. high pressure will provide for lots of sunshine today, but a cold airmass has moved also be breezy. so wind chills will be in the 20s today. tomorrow a weak area of low pressure will form to our south. it will bring some moisture into the region. so we will see some snow in the area. this will produce some accumulations. unlike past events, this time it will all fall as snow with the exception of the southern outer banks. the best chance for snow this time will be over northeast north carolina up to the southside. some areas could see over an inch. stay tuned for updates. this will be a quick moving system. so it will be gone by friday night. the weekend looks very
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highs in the 20s and 30s. lows will be in the teens. wind chills by sunday morning will be near zero. then another system will move in between monday and tuesday. this will bring us a chance for snow, then rain, then a wintry mix. stay tuned
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lows will be in the teens. wind chills by sunday morning will be near zero. then another system will move in between monday and tuesday. this will bring us a chance for snow, then rain, then a wintry mix. stay tuned for updates to all of these systems. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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looking ahead, meteorologist jeremy wheeler is predicting bitterly cold temperatures. and for some homeless people in our area, its hard for them to stay warm. a local police officer is asking for help -- so they're safe from the bitter blast. lt. jack mun-ley with evms police says he always stops to help when he sees a homeless person in need. he usually takes food and clothes, but he says their needs have outgrown what he can give. he is asking for donations. lt. jack munley/evms police c001 00:58 a gentleman was wearing socks on his hands and he was very very cold. i
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gloves to give him. i didn't have boots to give him. i thought, i don't have the means to go out and by all this stuff but if i set up a go fund me page people would help and they really stepped up and helped out. 1:15 runs 17 (but worth it!) when we first aired this report -- a go fund me many of you have helped it jump to more than five- thousand dollars! if you'd like to help lt. munley's cause - we've put all the info on
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this morning a new bill in virginia could raise the speed for reckless driving. the senate passed a bill that would prevent police from charging drivers for going 11 miles an hour over the speed limit. right now, it says law enforcement can charge people for going 81 in a 70-mile- per-hour zone. the bill would make the threshold for reckless driving 85-miles-per-hour. supporters say it helps balance an earlier bill that raised some interstate speed limits to 70 in the commonwealth. happening today you'll have a chance to weigh in on a proposed expansion for a marine sanctuary. noaa wants to expand the monitor national marine sanctuary off the coast of north carolina. the agency says it would protect a collection of
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those that sank during world war two's battle of the atlantic. you're looking at underwater video from our wavy archive of the uss monitor. 10 on your side learned there was a heated meeting in dare county recently. you'll have your chance to learn about the proposal and give your recommendation tonight at the graveyard of the atlantic museum in hatteras. we put the address on our screen. the meeting is tonight from six to nine. today the governor joins the converstaion to end local violence. up next 10 on your side
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stopping the violence. local leaders taking a new approach to get people to change. we'll show you what today. sanctions against north
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