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i'm erin kelly in hampton, where police say a 14 yo girl has been charged w assaulting a school bus driver. im matt gregory in perquiman's county north carolina where the woman who lived in this home adopted a dog two weeks ago and yesterday that dog mauled her to death, now her family is left to pick up the pieces. (28:59 57) ((i've been in this bisness since 1984 an artisit illustrating a state of the city. it happened here in virginia beach )) runs: 09 happened here in virginia beach )) runs: 09 right now at 4: we're tracking winter weather. tower cam 10 shows clear skies right now --- but that's going to change tomorrow. there are colder temperatures in the forecast --- and snow. we're on your side with team coverage. 10 on your side's liz palka will tell you what v-dot is doing to keep you safe. but we begin with meteorologist ashley baylor in the super doppler 10 weather center. tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw
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low teens. friday: cloudy with snow highs: low-30s. winds: light south. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. cold and windy. highs: low-30s. winds: nw 15-20 mph. wind chills: upper teens to low-20s. despite a nice, bright day, temperatures were stuck in the low-30s through the afternoon. the breeze didn't help - that kept wind chills in the dipping into the mid-20s by 9 pm with wind chills in the mid teens. on cold nights, it doesn't take much of a breeze to make it feel significantly colder. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of low pressure will skirt offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light to moderate snow during the early afternoon hours. expect snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. we could pick west of the metro will only see a dusting. ride home. the snow won't stick around long - it'll be over by 8 pm at top out in the low-30s on in mind, it'll be windy both days, so it'll feel will be tracking more wintry weather. right now, it
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most of your tuesday, then it'll transition back over to a mix by tuesday evening. i guarantee we'll tailor this forecast between now and then.. this forecast between now and then.. v-dot is preparing for snow. 10 on your side's liz palka is live in virginia beach to tell you how crews are working to keep you safe. pre-treatment of interstates will begin this morning as vdot crews prepare for a mid-february chill which could bring up to two inches of snow beginning at 9:30 a.m. and
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monitor road surfaces as temperatures fall throughout the evening. unlike previous snow events this season, friday's anticipated snowfall, which starts late morning and extends through friday evening, is expected to be concentrated on the eastern end of the district, specifically southside hampton roads. vdot hampton roads restocked its snow removal materials, including salt, abrasives and brine, following the late january wintry mix and capacity is sufficient to address the next round of snow. vdot crews will continue to monitor pavement conditions after any snowfall to check for pavement that could possibly refreeze friday night and throughout the weekend. motorists are encouraged to watch their speed and allow for plenty of braking distance if they must travel during these conditions. you can keep up with the weather through our wavy weather app. it's free for all apple and android users. a 14-year-old girl faces
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police say she assaulted a school bus driver this morning in hampton. that driver went to the hospital - but is expected to recover. 10 on your side's erin kelly has been working to learn more about what happened. police say this started around 8:30 this morning. we checked with many neighbors - but most did not see it. the school division says a bus with about 30 students was on its way to syms middle school - and at the time this happened the bus was stopped. according to police, the bus was on grimes road. they say a 14-year-old girl assaulted a 59- year-old female driver. police took the student into custody -- charged her with assault and battery --as a juvenile -- and released her. we talked to one man who wondered what was going on. take sot> c0017 - patrick linkous - neighbor 335 i don't know what happened, but they were evacuating the kids off the bus and getting them on to another bus 339 hampton schools issued a statement, saying in part, the division expects students to behave
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the student's behavior is unacceptable. the division says it will discipline the student according to the handbook -- and follow up on the bus driver's condition. live in hampton, erin kelly, 10 on your side. a sad story out of north carolina. a perquiman's county woman adopted a dog- 2 weeks later it mauled her to death. 10 on your side's matt gregory spoke with her family today. matt is live in the news room. stephanie, anita. the family tells me, susan story adopted buddy, a pit bull. she saw the add in a local paper. her mother tells me according to the previous owners the dog was harmless. until yesterday when something went fatally wrong. the perquiman's county sheriff says this happened around lunchtime yesterday. his deputies came to this home in snug harbor on a report of a dog attack. the sheriff says the dog attacked the owner, suzanne story while she tried to clean out his cage. she suffered multiple lacerations to her neck and eventually died of her injuries. today her family went to her home to pick up the pieces. they say story adopted the dog a few weeks ago. but had no idea this
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debbie brown / mother of suzanne story c0007 13:39:24 "we wanna find the people that gave her the dog and told them it was good natured and everything we'd like to find that out." information for the people who gave suzanne story the pitbull. in one hour find out what happened when we called them. at 5 oclock on wavy news 10. in the news room matt gregory 10 on your side. loved ones call it a miraculous recovery. after suffering a stroke, heart attack, seizure and medically-induced coma -- a norfolk state university basketball player is out of the hospital. only 10 on your side was there as amber brown returned to the campus for the first time. the 20-year-old was all smiles - surrounded by family members, friends and teammates. she went into treatment new year's day, and we spoke with her about her life-changing journey. we'll have that interview tonight at 10 and 11. a young boy is back at home after e-m-s crews say he was rescued from the water under knobbs creek bridge. just before eight this morning - elizabeth city
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young kid stuck in that water. crews found the kid waste deep in mud in knobbs creek near north road street. he was taken to the hospital - three police officers. all were treated for cold exposure and released. police call it national day of johns arrests. 24 people face charges after a two day undercover prostitution operation in newport news. the first sweep was on january 29th. it was on the streets, in hotels and via the internet the second round of arrests happened on february 5th. the men face solicitation of prostitution charges. we posted a slideshow of all the mugshots on wavy dot com. the case against the suspect in a deadly stabbing in portsmouth is moving forward. a judge has sent carl holder's case to the grand jury. police charged him with first degree murder. the grand jury will decide if holder will stand trial. for stabbing elvin elliot to death during an argument. it happened in august outside the farm fresh at
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center. elliott died at the hospital. norfolk police say they are on the lookout for a car approaching kids in the larchmont neighborhood. residents say someone in the 2000 nissan altima has been asking children inappropriate questions. they say it happened monday. norfolk police learned about this through a nextdoor post. officers are increasing patrols in the area. if you have any information about the car --- call the crime line. a chesapeake family of three can't stay in their home because of an early morning fire. it happened around 4-30 on canal drive in deep creek. that's off south military highway. this was breaking news this morning. the fire department says neighbors discovered the fire. when firefighters arrive on scene --- a back porch was engulfed in flames. no one was hurt. the cause of the fire is under investigation. after a months-long investigation --- a woman is behind bars charged in a newport news arson. 22-year-old charmaine march of virginia beach is accused of setting the apartment fire. it happened in october on marcus drive. nearly 100 new jobs are coming to suffolk.
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has announced emser tile will invest more than 16-million dollars to set up an east coast distribution center. it will be at the centerpoint intermodal center along route 58. the project will create 98 new jobs. virginia beat out south carolina for the distribution center. virginia beach mayor will sessoms announced today that doma technologies plans to add 100 new jobs. the virginia beach- company specializes in cloud-based data and document solutions, doma was founded in 2000 and is a certified small minority-owned business. the corporate headquarters is on sabre street. (w the state of the city. hear what mayor will sessoms says the future holds for virginia beach. andy fox has a unique perspective. hundreds are taking a stand against violence in hampton roads. the message behind the first of its kind gathering. check out this video of a log cabin engulfed in flames. what happened before crews stopped battling
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and a former local principal is fighting to get his good name back. this has cost me a lot of trouble and a lot of things have dominoed since this whole thing happened hear what he told me about what's next. a live look right now through towercam 10. meteorologist ashley baylor is up next with
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charges dropped. now a suffolk man says he wants the truth out about his arrest. ricky eley resigned from his position as principal at bertie high school in north carolina last year. the move came after he was
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scene of an accident in petersburg. but this week a felony charge for a hit and run he says he never committed and a misdemeanor for failing to report it were withdrawn. (ricky eley, former principal my initial reaction was i was angry because i knew the things they were saying i was charged with i hadn't done i just felt degraded kinda like a second class citizen being treated the way that i was treated coming up next at 5 i'll walk you through what resignation and what's next. leaders from the seven cities and the state are the violence. they met today in hampton to adress crime among african-american men. 10 on your side's brandi the special event yesterday at 4. today nicole livas has discussed. an event like this has never been held before in our area. it started at eight this morning, at the hampton roads convention center. it aims to reduce youth violence and boost black
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featuring topics that engage young children and men. leaders hope those who attended would take ideas and information back to their communities-- and put them into action. governor terry mcauliffe explained why it was important for him to be there today. (12 hamp stop the violence) gov. terry mcauliffe "we work together we want to make sure they have a successful career here in the commonwealth of virginia that's why i'm investing so much in education, the restoration of rights, i've got their back i want them to know we're here to support them to be successful. there are things we need to fix the education system not everybody gets the education they deserve that's what i'm trying to fix i wanted to be here to tell them that that we are going to work on the education system and the health care give everybody an opportunity and those who need a second chance at life we're going to give you that second chance. organizers also gave time for young people to address the adults there, in hopes of being part of a solution. look for more details on today's "stop the violence" symposium on wavy- dot-com. nicole livas, 10 on your
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meteorologist ashley baylor tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw 5-10 mph. wind chills: low teens. friday: cloudy with snow developing by 2 pm. highs: low-30s. winds: light south. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. cold and windy. despite a nice, bright day, temperatures were stuck in the low-30s through the afternoon. the breeze didn't help - that kept wind chills in the dipping into the mid-20s by 9 pm with wind chills in the mid teens. on cold nights, it doesn't take much of a breeze to make it feel significantly colder. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in
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low pressure will skirt offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light to moderate snow during the early afternoon hours. expect snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. we could pick up 1 to 2 inches across the metro, while north carolina could see 2 to 3 inches. places north and west of the metro will only see a dusting. suffice to say, your it'll be over by 8 pm at the latest. we'll be dry, but cold through the weekend. temperatures will only top out in the low-30s on saturday and upper-20s on sunday - some of the coldest air of the season....so far! keep in mind, it'll be windy both days, so it'll feel more like it's in the teens and 20s all weekend. by next looks like we'll start with a wintry mix on monday, then change-over to all rain. expect rain for most of your tuesday, then it'll transition back over to a mix by tuesday evening. i guarantee we'll tailor this forecast between now and then.. tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw
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low teens. friday: cloudy with snow developing by 2 pm. highs: low-30s. winds: light south. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. cold and windy. highs: low-30s. winds: nw 15-20 mph. wind chills: upper teens to low-20s. the breeze didn't help - that kept wind chills in the 20s. this evening, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies with temperatures dipping into the mid-20s by 9 pm with wind chills in the mid teens. on cold nights, it doesn't take much of a breeze to make it feel door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of low pressure will skirt offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light to moderate snow during the early afternoon hours. expect snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. we could pick up 1 to 2 inches across the metro, while north carolina could see 2 to 3 evening commute will be a slow ride home. the snow won't stick around long - it'll be over by 8 pm at the latest. we'll be dry, but cold through the weekend. temperatures will only top out in the low-30s on saturday and upper-20s on both days, so it'll feel
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it's in the teens and 20s all weekend. by next monday and tuesday, we will be tracking more wintry weather. right now, it looks like we'll start with a wintry mix on monday, then change-over to all rain. expect rain for most of your tuesday, then it'll transition back over to a mix by tuesday evening. i guarantee we'll tailor this forecast between now and then..
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this forecast between now and then.. here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news here is a look behind the scenes as a dedicated staff on your side continues to work in the newsroom. i'm tom schaad in the wavy live center the centers for disease control says the number of teens trying e-cigarettes has tripled. stephanie harris tells us about a
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study aimed at reversing this alarming trend. watch her special report at 6. at 5:30 chris horne talked to three men who saved a man after he jumped from a local bridge. and at 5, a group of researchers now say they have proof that the zika virus, is in fact, linked to birth defects. see these stories when nicole livas joins me beginning at 5. some people could be hit with a fine for smoking in their own car. we'll tell you about the legislation virginia lawmakers are talking about. tied up and held at gunpoint. a virginia woman says she and her 10-year- old son experienced 15 minutes of terror. "held guns to us and said if we didn't do what they told us to do they were going to kill us." why investigators think
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investigators are looking into what sparked this raging fire in greene county, virginia. that's north of charlottesville. last night's fire was so big people saw it miles away. the family inside at the time of the fire escaped safely. after the roof collapsed --- firefighters let the flames burn out on their own. the log cabin is destroyed. a virginia woman says she and her 10 year old son have survived a living nightmare. now the stafford county sheriff's office is looking for the two men that broke into their home. danielle lucas says the
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masks and carrying guns. she says the strangers tied her and her son up with zip ties --- then ransacked the home. "held guns to us and said if we didn't do what they told us to do they were the face with the gun right there and the top of my head right here. you have a bump. yes." lucas says the men stole several things --- including her purse. the terrifying ordeal was over in 15 minutes. investigators say the suspects may have targeted the home because of a third person who lives there. it could be related to drug activity. an albemarle county police officer is accused of racial profiling. officer andrew holmes faces several civil lawsuits. holmes is accused of targeting who he stopped and who he searched. officer holmes is white. the six plaintiffs in the lawsuits are black. one of the plaintiffs says holmes stopped him for no reason, held him for two hours and assaulted him during a search
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rodney hubbard plaintiff in lawsuit very mentally tormenting, especially at night, i have bad dreams at night, it gets you depressed sometimes, because being a black man in this area this is not the first time i've been stopped. the albemarle county police department says it is taking the claims seriously and investigating. cancer concerns. the government has released the results of tests on flooring made by local company lumber liquidators. straight ahead --- what's happening in virginia beach. 10 on your side's andy fox has a unique perspective of mayor will sessom's state of the city. meteorologist ashley baylor is working on your forecast live in the super doppler 10 weather center. also straight ahead --- you'll find out what chief meteorologist don
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meteorologist ashley baylor tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw
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low teens. friday: cloudy with snow developing by 2 pm. highs: low-30s. winds: light south. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. cold and windy. highs: low-30s. winds: nw 15-20 mph. wind chills: upper teens to low-20s. despite a nice, bright day, temperatures were kept wind chills in the evening, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies with temperatures dipping into the mid-20s by 9 pm with wind chills in the mid teens. on cold nights, it doesn't take much of a breeze to make it feel significantly colder. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, low pressure will skirt offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light to moderate snow during the early afternoon hours. expect snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. we could pick up 1 to 2 inches across the metro, while north suffice to say, your evening commute will be a slow ride home. the snow won't stick around long - it'll be over by 8 pm at the latest. we'll be dry, but cold through the weekend. temperatures will only season....so far! keep in mind, it'll be windy
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it's in the teens and 20s all weekend. by next monday and tuesday, we with a wintry mix on monday, then change-over to all rain. expect rain for most of your tuesday, then it'll transition back over to a mix by tuesday evening. i guarantee we'll tailor
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some thing happened today at mayor will sessoms annual state of the city we've never seen before. the hampton roads chamber of commerce sold out the event, and the mayor gave glowing reviews of all that is going on in virginia beach. but andy fox says it was an artist that really made the event unique. mayor will sessoms spoke about connectivity. how everything is interconnected. transportation to jobs and jobs to people. also on hand illustration artist jim nuttle who in real time drew mayor sessoms state of the city and all the issues he brought up. (25:51 56) ((of course the main topic was connectivity. and he spoke about it for the importance of
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not just connectivity when we are talking about light rail. we are talking about the transportation system)) (26:13 ) ((fiber connectivity wanting to become a broad band hub for the east coast and that would be attracting business and industries to the region take advantage of the increased infrastructure bio science bio medicine being one of those they want to target)) runs: 20 (tight on mural 56 26:35) ((same time talking about the three legs of the stool of the community defense agriculture and tourism )) runs: 11 (27:01 56) (engage with government new amenities like the arena and the sky wheel )) runs:07 (27:29 56) ((i had some notes on he speech ahead of tim knew some of the high points he was going to touch on plan ahead to arrange the elements on the page.)) rusn;08
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done this before, but i've never had the opportunity to see it first hand. tonight at 5:30 the others things mayor sessoms said during his chamber of commerce state of the city. he spoke about the scandal that rocked city hall, he gave a hint about whether he will run for re-election. and tons more. mayor will sessoms and the state of virginia beach at 5:30 decision 2016. senator bernie sanders and former secretary of state hillary clinton will face off in milwaukee tonight for the 6th time. tonight's democratic presidential debate comes just days after senator sanders's victory in the new hampshire primary. "p-b-s newshour" is producing tonight's debate at the university of milwaukee. it begins at 9. the candidates then shift their focus to nevada and south carolina. nevada holds its primary on february 20th. south carolina's is february 27th.
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that would have required students to use the restroom based on their biology is not moving forward. a house of delegates subcommittee killed the legislation. it's good news for gloucester high school student gavin grimm. gavin is transgender. gavin was born a female --- but identifies as male. he is fighting to use the boy's restroom at school. a judge ruled against gavin in september. an appeals court is now considering his case. a proposal to allow school security guards to carry guns is making its way throught the halls of the general assembly. it has passed the education committee. under the proposal --- the security guards would have to be retired police officers and get permission from the local school board. critics are concerned the bill is another step toward allowing more guns on school property. people who smoke cigarettes in cars with children could be hit with a $100- dollar fine. the house has given preliminary approval to a bill that would make it illegal to smoke in a car with a child under the age of 8. opponents say the legislation is an
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the general assembly could increase the speed limit for reckless driving. the senate has passed a bill to change the reckless driving threshold from 80 miles an hour to 85 miles an hour.. supporters say the legislation helps balance an earlier bill that raised some speed limits to 70 in the commonwealth. opponents say the higher limit for reckless driving would make virginia's roads more dangerous. a peaceful end to the standoff at a government wildlife refuge in oregon. after 41 days --- the last four of the armed protesters surrendered. federal agents surrounded them overnight --- leading to hours of tense negotiations. the reverend franklin graham and a nevada assemblywoman convinced the occupiers to give up. protest leader ammon bundy was arrested last month. one of the protesters was killed in a showdown with police. the occupation was part of a long- running dispute over public use of federal lands. 52 inmates are dead --- 12 others hurt after a brutal fight between rival drug cartel members inside a mexico prison. it happened around
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fought with bats, sticks and blades for more than half an hour. the inmates set fires during the riot. no one escaped. new at five -- the u-s army corps of engineers have presented congress with a hefty budget. what projects in your neighborhood are on the list. what a trip! see one man's fast move that helped police take down a suspect. we're on your side with information you need to know about a high chair
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the virginia beach human services department is offering free tax help. households with incomes of $62- thousand dollars or less qualify and can e-file their federal and state taxes . go to the human services department resource lab on virginia beach boulevard tomorrow from one to five p-m. you can complete your own taxes with assistance from irs-trained volunteers. you should bring social security or individual taxpayer identification numbers for each family member, your 1095-a if you receive obamacare, last year's tax return and checking or savings account bank routing and account numbers. we're on your side with information about a high chair recall. a fall hazard is prompting the recall from nuna baby essentials. it involves eight models of the nuna "zaaz" high chair. the arm chair can bend or come off --- and allow a
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the company has received dozens of complaints. if you have this high chair --- stop using it. contact nuna baby essentials for a replacement part. we posted more information about this recall on wavy dot com. haircut horror. a woman apparently unhappy with her new haircut returned with a gun, went up to the barber and pulled the trigger several times. why no one got hurt. a lot of people say they are safer than cigarettes. i'll tell you about a plan in the works to reverse a risky new trend with teens and e-cigarettes. tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw 5-10 mph. wind chills:
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we're on your side with new information about a risky teen trend. e-cigarette use is exploding across the country. tonight the suffolk school board will hear a proposed ammendment to add e-cigarettes to its tobacco free policy,- meaning ecigs would be property and extracurricular activities effective july first. the board will vote next month. the health risks associated with ecigarettes are greatly unknown. a recent c-d-c report shows that the number of teens trying them tripled in
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kurt lannetti, a norfolk high school student, told me he sees other teens vaping all the time. he will share his experiences and i'll tell you about a local study that is looking at ways to reverse this risky trend coming up at 6:15. some types of laminate flooring sold by toano-based lumber liquidators can cause irritation and breathing problems --- but the risk of cancer from exposure is low. that's according to new test results from the centers for disease control. a 60 minutes report last year claimed the laminate flooring from china contained excessive levels of cancer-causing formaldehyde. the c-d-c says if you installed the flooring and are concerned about formaldehyde --- open windows for a few minutes every few days, use exhaust fans and avoid smoking in the home. experts say formaldehyde levels in your home should return to typical levels within two years after the flooring was installed we reported last week: in a separate investigation --- lumber
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than $13 million dollars for illegally importing hardwood flooring. a variety of health problems continue to plague veterans of the gulf war. a new report from the institute of medicine finds these vets may be at an increased risk for a-l-s or lou gehrig's disease. mental illnesses - like p-t-s-d, anxiety, depression and substance abuse are the most common health issues. scientists could not find enough evidence to know if gulf war vets are at an increased risk of cancer because lung and brain cancers can take longer to develop. a family tragedy in florida. authorities have linked a deadly shooting to a hoverboard. the sheriff's office says an 18-year-old lost his balance on a hoverboard while playing with a gun and accidentally shot his 13-year-old cousin in the back of the head. it happened sunday in orlando. the 13-year-old was playing x-box when he was shot. the 18-year-old has not been charged. the sheriff's office is still investigating. many of us have
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haircut. california police say a woman was so upset about hers --- she came back to the shop with a gun. her barber says the 29-year-old woman left happy with her haircut. she left a twenty dollar tip on a twenty dollar haircut. but the customer came back an hour later with a gun to complain. witnesses say she tried to shoot the barber three times --- but the gun malfunctioned. manny montero / barber "your whole life runs in front of your eyes." "she came in with you know a bald spot on the side and i'm like, i didn't do that." chris tatum/barber"when she came back in, she did not have the same haircut that she actually left with." two barbers tackled the woman to the ground and held her there until police got to the shop. she faces attempted murder charges. a man in england gave police a helping hand --- or foot. police were chasing a suspect when a man walking down the sidewalk casually sticks his leg out and trips the suspect. after the suspect fell --- two officers arrested him. the passerby who tripped the suspect
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u-p-s says it's investigating after a florida homeowner recorded a driver tossing his packages. the man's home security system footage shows the u-p-s delivery driver walk up the sidewalk and toss three packages over the fence. one of the boxes spilled all over the brick pavement. kevin halvorsen/homeowner "it was the last thing i expected, we usually have good luck with ups, generally they bring the packages they set them on the doorstep. this one particular time they just to pitch them over... the gate." "two of the boxes were marked heavy, and the other one had a big red fragile sticker on there and all three of them just got chucked over the fence." "the gate was unlocked, they could've easily walked them in. i even properly deliver the packages." the homeowner says the boxes were clearly marked that they were ammunition. nothing broke. a royal caribbean cruise ship that was battered after steering into a storm off the coast of cape hatteras is back in port. two tugboats and the coast guard escorted the anthem of the seas to the dock in new jersey last
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to get off. they had plenty to say about the conditions at sea. basically i could kiss the ground! "it was probably the scariest day of my entire life." " i feared for my life." last time? that's what we felt like." "i'm on one bed so my other son won't fall off. it was amazing!!" royal caribbean says four passengers reported minor injuries. the ship sustained some damage to its public areas and staterooms. the ship departed saturday on a seven- day cruise to the bahamas. it sailed into the storm on sunday and turned around on monday. passengers will get a full refund and a certificate toward 50 percent off a future cruise. meteorologist ashley baylor meteorologist ashley baylor
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lows: low-20s. winds: nw 5-10 mph. wind chills: low teens. friday: cloudy with snow developing by 2 pm. highs: low-30s. winds: nw 15-20 mph. wind chills: upper teens to low-20s. despite a nice, bright breeze didn't help - that kept wind chills in the dipping into the mid-20s by 9 pm with wind chills in the mid teens. on cold nights, it doesn't take much of a breeze to make it feel significantly colder. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of low pressure will skirt offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light to into your evening commute. we could pick up 1 to 2 inches across the metro, while north suffice to say, your evening commute will be a slow ride home. the snow won't stick around long - it'll be over by 8 pm at the latest. we'll be dry, but sunday - some of the coldest air of the season....so far! keep all weekend. by next monday and tuesday, we with a wintry mix on monday, then change-over to all rain. expect rain for most of your tuesday, this forecast between now
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you probably know that no two snowflakes are alike. but do you know what causes the different shapes? how about why they are symmetrical? go to wavy dot com and check out our special photo gallery on the home page with 8 facts about snowflakes. straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 local and state leaders met today to solve the problem of violent crime among our youth. hear reaction from some local teens to the proposed plans. and three gun bills have cleared the virginia house. how this legislation is a compromise between gun owners rights and public safety. then at five-thirty - the fight for funding to stop the zika virus reaches washington - plus - what we're learning about a possible link between the disease and miscarriages. and my 10 on your side investigation into e-cigarette use by teens, continues. i show you the risks and what doctors are doing to stop the trend. but first ahead here at 4
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a dog pulled out alive from a collapsed building
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powerful earthquake in taiwan is back with it owner. crews took the seven-year-old white maltese named "happy" in english to an animal shelter. family members of the owner saw the dog's rescue on t-v and rescued it from the shelter. the dog's owner is the hospital recovering from injuries from the building collapse. the death toll from saturday's magnitude-6.4 earthquake is 59. 76 people are still missing. check out this footage from a california firefighter's helmet camera. crews searching the sacramento home during a fire found a scared dog hiding in a back bedroom. firefighters pulled the dog out and carried it to safety. the dog was reunited with her happy owner on the sidewalk outside the home. no one was hurt. fire officials credit a working smoke detector with saving lives. the cause of the fire is under investigation. wavy news 10 at 5 starts
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in hampton, where police say a school bus driver had to go to the hospital after a 14 year old girl assaulted her. we are preparing for wintery weather headed our way. find out how much snow to expect and how quickly the temperature will drop. matt whip: two weeks ago the woman who lived matt gregory in perquiman's country north carolina where today her family is looking for answers rt: 12 first at five we're tracking winter weather on the way. the sun did little to warm things up, as you look at portsmouth, where the wind made it feel even colder. but we've got much worse coming-- than what we've seen today. chief meteorologist don slater has our first forecast. don -- you're tracking snow and frigid temps? tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw 5-10 mph. wind chills: low teens. friday: cloudy with snow developing by 2 pm. highs: low-30s. winds: light south. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. cold and windy. highs: low-30s. winds: nw 15-20 mph. wind chills: upper teens to low-20s.
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kept wind chills in the 20s. this evening, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies with temperatures dipping into the mid-20s by 9 pm with wind chills in the mid teens. on cold nights, it doesn't take much of a breeze to make it feel door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of low pressure will skirt offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light to moderate snow during the early afternoon hours. expect snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. we could pick up 1 to 2 inches across the metro, while north suffice to say, your evening commute will be a slow ride home. the snow won't stick around long - it'll be over by 8 pm at top out in the low-30s on saturday and upper-20s on sunday - some of the coldest air of the season....so far! keep in mind, it'll be windy monday and tuesday, we will be tracking more wintry weather. right now, it looks like we'll start with a wintry mix on then it'll transition back over to a mix by tuesday evening. i guarantee we'll tailor
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this forecast between now and then.. we're helping you prepare for this winter weather. meteorologists predicts-- this could last well into the start of next week.

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