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-- but before that, snow could be covering hampton roads and north carolina this time tomorrow. closures and cancellations have already started popping up on wavy dot com. don slater joins us now. don, what's the timeline like? 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. 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
region -- who say they're pre-treating the interstates and those areas well known to freeze first. that's what many hampton roads cities and vdot spent today doing. those efforts will continue overnight. virginia beach public works trucks, plows and spreaders are lined up. crews have their winter weather assignments...and they're ready to go. as many as 30 operators could be called in if needed...but public works spokesman drew lankford says that's not the plan. at this point - eight trucks will be out on the roads on friday. c17 21:55:16 - right now we've got crews assigned for each of the snow zones. there's four snow
we're going to be sending out them tomorrow as soon as we start seeing what the weather is. just in case - there's plenty of pre-mixed salt and sand. and the frost patrol will treat all bridges, overpasses and ramps - couple of days now. if say rudee inlet bridge, lesner bridge where you're getting moisture blowing in any way. as local cities prepare - vdot is too. a spokeswoman saying their crews started pre- treating the southside and peninsula interstates around 9:30 this morning. vdot's salt, abrasives, and brine are loaded up...and crews will be monitoring the road conditions. ncdot is doing the same. crews pretreated the roads in northeastern north carolina earlier today. we're told they've applied brine to the roads in pasquotank and camden counties. tom, back to you. we have a webpage dedicated to how cities are preparing to keep you safe in winter weather. we'll be updating it as we get more information from city officials across our area. find the preps-page under the weather tab. the super doppler 10
tracking the chance for snow overnight -- look for a fresh forecast from meteorologist jeremy wheeler and an update on road conditions starting at 4:30. we're on the air from seven to nine on our sister station fox 43. it's an outcome for which many hoped and prayed. tonight -- the norfolk state university basketball player who was in a coma weeks ago -- is out of the hospital. amber brown made her first trip back to campus today. only 10 on your side's liz kilmer was there. liz -- must've been an emotional reunion with teammates and classmates. this young woman suffered strokes, heart attacks, seizures, brain swelling - at first it looked like she wasn't going to make it. fastforward not even two months later - amber is walking, talking, joking. she and loved ones say their lives have changed - but for the better. c18 amber 00:25:11 "i feel great to be home, to be with people that love me." hugging friends, with a warm smile. this is the
dreamed of, as amber brown spent night after night, in a coma. a vision -- now, real. c17 mom 00:17:42 "for your dreams to come true- what do you do? what do you do when your dreams come true?" (laughs) what do you do when your prayers are answered, what do you do other than say 'thank you jesus?'" c18 00:25:18 "i just always, every morning my mom and i prayed and we just thank god for the miracle that he let us have." only 10 on your side was there as the norfolk state university basketball player returned to her court - marking the 20-year-old's first time back on campus since she was found unconscious in her dorm room on new years day. now, but for a scratchy voice, and a bit of weakness - amber is the funloving girl she's always been. c20 00:32:52 "it's almost like she didn't miss a beat." c19 00:30:19 "it's been the ultimate blessing, honestly." catching up, and telling jokes --- for friends and teammates it feels almost like nothing ever happened. but, loved ones aren't trying to erase those weeks in the hospital. that part brought new meaning - and a
has touched. c17 00:09:37 "this particular part of the journey is coming to an end, but it's a new be considering a tragedy, it has made so many people aware of what family and community is all about, support, prayers, believing, faith, healing." c18 00:25:32 "i plan on talking to many people actually, anybody that will listen and know my story." 00:27:02 "i would like them to know that, god is real, god is out there and he listens to everyone's prayers." proof - they say - that anything is possible. amber has no doubts she'll be back on this court again soon, as a player. c18 00:26:33 "i just have to get my conditioning back and my strength back and i feel that, next year i can play." a vision today, perhaps a reality, tomorrow. doctors still aren't sure what caused her to become so ill - though they suspect her diabetes played a role. she still has some therapy ahead, but now as an outpatient.
side. brown's family and teammates have been working together since she got sick. during the games she missed-- they raised money to help pay for her hospital stay-- and family's needs. a "go fund me page" has raised eight- thousand of a fifty-thousand-dollar goal. if you want to help-- look for our previous coverage of amber brown on wavy dot com. reminders across america on how dangerous it is to serve and protect. after losing an officer in the line of duty this morning, a second officer and a deputy were shot in georgia tonight. they should recover. that makes seven law officers shot on duty in the last four days, five of them dead. someone killed an officer in clayton county outside atlanta this morning -- serving a drug warrant. a north dakota police officer has died after he was shot responding to a domestic violence call last night. there's a growing memorial for a deputy in colorado -- killed trying to detain a suspect. closer to home -- the harford county sheriff's office in maryland identified two
line of duty wednesday. a 10 on your side follow up tonight -- local and state leaders came together in hampton-- with hopes of combating crime. about one-thousand people took advantage of a resource fair focused on young black men. this event capped off a 12-hour day at the hampton roads convention center. organizers say they want to get boys and teens into after school programs, keeping them off the streets and out of the courtroom. ((c45 14:54-15:09)) "young people are first. we need to take advantage of our resources and opportunities to help them. also, to know that we forgive. second and third chances are extended to most of us and so we need to do the same thing for our young and so we need to do the same thing for our young people." governor terry mcauliffe opened the event this morning. he says it's evident the current system is not working -- because 80-percent of juveniles will be arrested again, within 3 years. mobility. livability and connectivity. three things virginia beach needs to focus on
sessoms. he gave the state of the city address to the chamber of commerce today. sessoms says he's worried young people will leave -- if v-b doesn't step up its public transportation game; that includes extending light rail from norfolk. (26 9:29) ((down the road we want to take light rail to norfolk naval base to the airport to greenbrier and to the beach)) runs: 08 sessoms discussed the importance of improving the city's broad band and fiber networks, so people can access the things they need online. he says the arena deal approved last year -- will also ring in a new era of jobs, revenue and cultural experiences. sessoms also addressed his recent trouble with virginia's conflict of interest law saying he will regret making that mistake on one vote for the rest of his life. sessoms expects to make a decision about running for re-election next week. a hampton teen faces charges-- after police say she assaulted a school bus driver today.
happened on the way to syms middle school this morning. police say the 8th-grader assaulted the 59-year-old driver near grimes road. investigators expect the driver to recover. police say they're trying to figure out how a woman died in newport news. they say someone found close to gildersleeve middle school on minton drive. they were not ready to tell us who she is or how she died. they did not say whether it was suspicious. decision 2016 turns to south carolina. hillary clinton and bernie sanders face off in the last debate before that state's primary. the vermont senator finished more than 20 points ahead of clinton this week in new hampshire the former secretary of statea has been hoping to slow his momentum. democrats vote on february 27th, republican voters go to polls on the 20th. we're hearing from the local shipyard workers who helped save a young man from the elizabeth river. parenting skills come in handy for deputies on the job.
home-- after a cold, early morning rescue. police say the 11-year-old was stuck up to his waist in mud -- under the knobbs creek bridge. that's near north road street. they say the officers made their way down the side of the bridge, and pulled him to safety. everyone went to the hospital for exposure to the cold -- but police say they were released. they did not say how the child ended up in the mud. tonight we're hearing from three local shipyard workers who helped pull a young man from the elizabeth river. 10 on your side's chris horne has the follow-up to our report from last night. three workers at lyon shipyard were working wednesday morning on their tugboat the mariner 00:14 christian crabtree rescuer -- our asst shop foreman who told us that a man had jumped in the water and asked us if we could go and assist it was near during rush hour. c 1 00:39 christian crabtree rescuer -- where we found the gentleman on the fender system of the bridge that's this part near the bridge piers. police arrived, but the closest they could get was way up here. c 12
george norfolk police -- he was soaked, we could see the water beneath him, puddling off of him the three shipyard workers knew they had no time to spare. it turned out to be a teenager, soaked with cold river water and frigid winds instinct took over - a man was in the water and he's cold so you got to get him out as quick as you can c 12 15:06 officer ted frightened where he was down there norfolk police had called marine patrol, 4:50 russell orr rescuer -- we got his jacket off and we wrapped him up, and then we took him over teen jumped. does it really matter? the quick thinking and quick action of three people he had never met made the difference. c 4 6:45 bryan lindsey rescuer -- i wish don't really look at it as me being a hero, just, i was helping out c 12 15:50 officer definitely helped us out greatly chris horne toys we're told the 16 year old has a collapsed lung but should recover.
their charges against a former school administrator -- now the suffolk man says he wants to share the truth about his arrest. rickey eley resigned from his job as principal of bertie high last year. he did that, after he police arrested him for allegedly leaving the scene of an accident in petersburg. but this week, investigators withdrew the charge for a hit and run -- he says he never committed. (rickey eley, former principal-1) 40:52 my initial reaction was i was angry because i knew the things they were saying i was charged with i hadn't done 40:59 i just felt degraded 41:03 kinda like a second class citizen 41:07 being treated the way that i was treated 41:08 he says he's working to get the charges expunged-- and he's going to start sending out resumes. he's not going back to bertie high school because he says it's time to start fresh. tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw
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. 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. tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw 5-10 mph. wind chills: low teens. friday: cloudy with snow developing by 2 pm.
light south. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. cold and windy. highs: low-30s. winds: nw 15-20 mph. wind chills: that i was treated 41:08 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. 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
cuddling an infant. making formula. not skills you learn in law and uncle, and it all came through during a traffic stop. monday -- deputies say they stopped a man for drunk driving wtih three children in the car. they say they found a five-year-old, two- year-old and infant -- who wasn't buckled in. they say all the children needed food. one deputy went to mcdonalds -- while a second starting mixing a bottle by flashlight.
sheriff office) "what hurt me the most is when we asked when is the last time you ate and they couldn't remember and "it was a bunch of cops our heater to warm up the water for him." (butt) (deputy sam rodriquez/bernalillo county sheriff office) 'it was really hard to be professional when we have such strong opinions about the morality of the situation. and we really tried to keep it together for the welfare of the kids, really tried to be happy with them, and really try to give them a secure feeling. " the children were put in the care of the department of youth and families. william and mary looks to keep it's win streak alive in williamsburg tonight against hofstra. old dominion in a confrence usa showdown at the ted. and what was nc state guard cat barber and his coach mark godfried doing at hampton high school tonight? find out next, on the sportswrap.
it's not how you start, its how you finish, and that was good news for old dominion tonight. i'm bruce rader, busy night tonight, old dominion holding down 4th place in confrence usa hosting north texas in another important confrence game. and while the monarchs were actually losing this game at halftime, they turned things around in the second half. it was a quiet night for the confrence player of the week trey freeman, who hits the mid range jumper, he had a "human" 13 points, as did
goes coast to coast for the lay up, had 10. but the big story of this game was the play of brandan stith who is really starting to come into his own. the big guys had a career and game high 17 points to go along with his team high 11 rebounds, great defense by odu as they rally to beat north texas by 20--the monarchs host rice saturday afternoon, all of these confrence games are important. william and mary is one of the most exciting teams in the nation right now, but a reality check tonight as the tribe takes on hofstra. a very even game in the first half, david cone with the three--he had 13 points and the game was tied at 38 at the half. but hofstra pulled away in the second, row-kas gustis put on a show, he had 25 points and collected 15 rebounds and was just too much for the tribe. hofstra breaks away with a 22 to 10 run and
the stretch, the tribe scored 80 points again, but needed big caa showdown in williamsburg. one of the top point guards in college basketball, nc state's cat barber snuck out of raleigh with his coach mark gottfried and showed up at his alma matter hampton high school tonight. hampton retired barber's jersey, he and ronald curry, both mcdonald all americans are the only two players to recieve this honor. duke coach mike krzyzewski calls cat "one of the best players in the country," a big honor for the highest scoring player in peninsula district history. "it's real special not a lot of guys get this done so i feel like this is a great opportunity for me persaolly and for the school to get another guys' jersey retired i feel like this is a great moment for me right now,. " mark gottfried oc? the