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your day with her forecast during our first five minutes. plus, what we know so far about a fire in chesapeake that left five people without a place to stay. and before another republican debate, candidates are really getting heated. what they had to say before tonight's event in south carolina. our top story is breaking news out of chesapeake. police are now investigating five armed robberies. and police tell us all five are related -- and those all happened at 7-eleven stores. police say someone robbed the stores on portlock battlefield near albermarle, and battlefield and lenore. the first three robberies happened between 11 last night and four this morning. police tell us they think the same person is involved in all three. we're still working to learn more from police about the other two -- including where they happened, and whether they're also related. no one was robberies. police haven't given us a suspect
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get it to you as soon as we have it. in the meantime, if you know anything about the robberies, call the crime line at 1- 888-lock-u-up. remember, you do not have to give your name when reporting a crime. we also have breaking news about a fire in virginia beach. crews got called out to a fire at a house on victoria drive near continental street around 4:30 this morning. dispatch tells us two people have been hurt in the fire. paramedics took them to the hospital. we are working to find out how they are doing. two animals were also hurt. we will have updates all morning long on air, and on wavy dot com. our other top story this morning is cold weather. the super doppler 10 weather team has been warning us about this all week. so even though the snow isn't falling -- the winter weather is meteorologist deitra tate these freezing
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today: isolated flurries before 7am...otherwise, clouds and sun with highs around 30. wind: nw 10-20mph. tonight: cold. lows in the teens... wind chill values in the single digits. wind: nw 10-15mph. sunday: very cold with increasing clouds. highs in the mid 20s. wind: n between now and sunday afternoon. then, it'll move ne as our next weather system approaches from the sw. plan on a very cold weekend with highs not getting above freezing the entire weekend for most areas. the wind will make it feel even colder. so, stay warm for valentine's day. late sunday into monday, the next system moves in...starting as snow on monday morning. it'll then transition to rain.
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the rain washes it away. milder weather for next week. virginia beach public works crews are just now wrapping up. fifteen trucks have been out overnight, treating the roads. they focused on the primary roads and looking for ice on bridges and overpasses. we rode along with truck operator kevin kirby. he told us - it's surprising how many drivers try to pass them or drive too close behind. sot --- kevin kirby - out here and do what
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trying to help the public. :44 get him home safely or wherever they need to go. a public works spokesman tells us eight crews are scheduled for today. but they'll be evaluating the roads this morning, and possibly cut back. if you see them out there -- please give them space. although the snow has stopped falling -- the temperatures won't yet! this is video of what chesapeake looked like yesterday -- off of battlefield boulevard. we saw snow sticking to the grass -- but no problems on the road. crews treated major streets with brine and put down salt and sand where needed. with temps expected to keep going down over the weekend, we checked in with an auto store -- to see what people were buying to get vehicles ready for the cold. 0020 - kris - autozone 0509 what are people buying? they're buying the deicers, ice scrapers. we've also got the lock vehicles run a few minutes before autozone recommends drivers let their vehicles run a few minutes before
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prevent some common problems. down in north carolina, the roads didn't look too bad. this is what it looked like in elizabeth city yesterday afternoon. the snow didn't stick to down in north carolina, the snow didn't stick to the roads, so drivers didn't have too much of a snow really seemed to pay off. a spokesperson said they focused a lot of their efforts on bridges and overpasses, making sure they didn't ice over. our team has been working overnight to find out more about a fire at an apartment building in chesapeake. we first told you about this as breaking news last night at 10. the fire forced five people out of their homes off poindexter street around 9:00 last night. crews found flames coming out of the roof. no one was hurt. we talked to one of the derrick williams - resident c0026 - 1012 say, it was at the top of store, right here, is open. thank you that the store is outside and we look up and it's a fire. sure
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he and his family planned to stay with relatives. another person was working with the red cross to find a place to stay. firefighters haven't said yet what caused the fire. new this morning -- we can show you video of portsmouth police investigating a robbery. this is from last night just after 10:40 p-m. investigators say a suspect with a gun took money from this b-p on twin pines road...near hoffler creek. as soon as police release any information or pictures of a suspect, look for it on wavy-dot-com. also new this morning, police in norfolk are trying to figure out who shot a man in the leg. it happened on galveston avenue around 11:30 last night. paramedics took him to the hospital - and he's expected to be okay. police haven't released any suspect information.
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shooting victim is expected to survive. it happened last night just before 10. virginia beach dispatchers say police responded to holland and south rosemont -- near the chimney hill shopping center. first responders took one person to the hospital. police have not released any suspect information. a man with a machete terrorizes people in a restaurant. why the f-b-i is getting involved. honoring deputies killed in the line of duty. we'll take you to the service in baltimore. you may remember the week-long search for this little boy last year. now -- a judge blames his mother for his death.
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i guess i never really gave much thought to the acidity in any foods. never thought about the coffee i was drinking having acids. it never dawned on me that it could hurt your teeth. my dentist has told me your enamel is wearing away, and that sounded really scary to me, and i was like well can you fix it, can you paint it back on, and he explained that it was not something that grows back, it's kind of a one-time shot and you have to care for it. he told me to use pronamel. it's gonna help protect the enamel in your teeth. it allows me to continue to drink my coffee and to eat healthier, and it was a real easy
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this is a case we've been following for nearly a year. last march, police say ashley white and her husband left their five-year-old son, noah, and baby daughter home alone. noah vanished. and he was found dead in a septic tank nearly a week later. the judge says white didn't kill her son, but he died because she wasn't watching him. she will be sentenced in may. virginia's supreme court. upheld then governor bob mcdonnell's decision to reduce sentence of a man sentenced to six life terms plus 118 years. travion blount took part in an armed robbery in 2006 when he was 15 years old. he did not take a plea deal. mcdonnell reduced the sentence to 40 years before leaving office. defense attorneys may try to appeal yesterday's decision, so it can heard in federal court. an update on the fight for the light rail. the state of virginia
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beach... or give up the money. we first reported the plan from transportation secretary aubrey layne to take back 155 million dollars of state money last year, but now it's in writing. we obtained a letter dated today --- from the governor's office to delegate ron villanueva. part of it says - if the city decides against the light rail extension - layne wants the money back for other state projects. no wife...no viagra. at least, that's the proposal from a lawmaker in kentucky. you'll hear the reasons from her in our next fifteen minutes. but first -- texas authorities make a shocking discovery. how they say a man hid his mother's body for years.
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more than 100 people came to remember two baltimore sheriff's deputies killed in the line of duty. authorities say a wanted suspect shot deputies patrick dailey and mark logsdon inside a panera wedneday. both of them later died at the hospital. last night, dozens of people held up candles and said prayers for the fallen deputies. s/ victor buchwald/resident :10 "it's gonna take a while, and even then, it's like when you get cut. it eventually turns into a scar, but the scar is still there. so, keep us in your prayers and thoughts." authorities shot and killed the suspect. two high school students in arizona died in what police are calling a murder suicide. the sister of identified school officials found may kieu and another sophomore girl dead at
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yesterday morning. police believe the two girls were dating, and one of them fatally shot the other before shooting herself. phuong kieu is a teacher at the school her sister attended. she says her sister was extremely happy and well-liked by everyone. s/phuong kieu/victim's sister :14 "i think may would wants us to be watching spongebob and she cries. i think she'd want us to be happy and move on." a vigil will be held at the high school today. phuong has set up a go-fund-me page to raise money for her sister's funeral expenses. a standoff between texas authorities and a man suspected in the disappearance of his mother ended with a startling discovery. police say kenneth barton barricaded himself inside when investigators came to execute a search warrant. negoitiators were talking to him on the phone, when they heard gunshots. right after that, the house caught on fire. investigators found barton dead inside. then they made a shocking discovery. authorities found his
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freezer behind the house. 78-years-old when she disappeared three years ago. the snow has come and gone here, but of course other parts of the country deal with it on a constant basis. snow in michigan caused parts of a major highway to shutdown. two separate accidents, involving several cars were reported on i-94.. the first happened around 11:30 yesterday morning. nine cars and four semi got caught up in it. the second crash happened about a mile away, and cars and six semis. four people were hurt. this next story is why we always tell you to be careful on the roads when it is snowy and slick. a woman gets hit by a car on the side of a highway in connecticut. this video may be a little hard to watch. you can see the woman looking at her car on the side of i-384 monday. police say she was just in a minor crash and got out to talk to the other driver.
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right into her. brandon embser says he pulled over to help the woman and ended up catching the whole thing on video. s/brandon embser/witness :12 "i just saw a blue maybe she'd dodged it or maybe he dodged her but it wasn't the case." fortunately, the woman only had minor injuries. police cited the driver who hit her with "failure to maintain lane." today: isolated flurries before 7am...otherwise, clouds and sun with highs
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nw 10-20mph. tonight: cold. lows in the teens... wind chill values in the single digits. wind: nw 10-15mph. sunday: very cold with increasing clouds. highs in the mid 20s. wind: n 10-15mph. an arctic ridge of high pressure will gradually move into our area afternoon. then, it'll move ne as our next weather system approaches very cold weekend with highs not getting above freezing the entire weekend for most areas. the wind will make it feel even colder. so, stay warm for valentine's day. late sunday into monday,
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in...starting as snow on monday morning. it'll then transition to rain. light accumulations until the rain washes it away. milder weather for next week. new regulations on viagra. a state lawmaker says if you're not married -- you shouldn't be able to get a prescription. the representative talks about why she's proposing the bill. two middle schoolers in
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hospital after the ate candy laced with
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new regulations on viagra. a state lawmaker says if you're not married -- you shouldn't be able to get a prescription. the representative talks about why she's proposing the bill. two middle schoolers in 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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the students who ate the candy are expected to be okay. police are trying to figure out how to punish the student who gave it to them. officials say a busted fire hydrant caused a canopy at a gas station to collapse in california. police say two cars crashed into each other, and that caused one of them to hit the fire hydrant. water went shooting into the air, and onto the canopy and the weight of the water caused it to fall down. nobody was underneath at the time. police say one person was hurt. a lawmaker in kentucky wants to make a point with her new bill. last week, the state adopted a bill which requires women to seea doctor before they can have an abortion. on thursday, democrat mary lou marzian proposed a similar bill for men who need viagra or similar drugs. the bill says the men would have to be married, see a doctor twice, and have written approval from their spouse to get the drug. men would also sign a sworn statement that they'll only use the drug
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with their spouse. (mary lou marzian, (d) kentucky state men in the house, feel if they were subjected to the same kind of government interference in their medical private decisions." marzan says the requirement to use erectile-dysfunction pills only with spouses makes perfect sense... because state house conservatives are said to be family values-oriented. a major league baseball player will never take the field again. that's because the league banned him for life for using performance enhancing drugs. new york mets reliever (jen-ree mah-hee-uh) jenrry mejia is the first player to receive a lifetime suspension under major league baseball's drug testing program. he was already serving a suspension for p-e-d's, when he tested positive for steroids a third time. and according to league rules, a third positive test calls for a lifetime ban. the
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twice during the past two seasons. he forfeits five million dollars in guaranteed money. republican candidates will debate in south carolina tonight. but they're already getting heated! hear from the frontrunners in our next half hour. police kill the man suspected of a terrifying attack at a deli.
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(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise)
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our top story is breaking news out of chesapeake. police are now investigating five armed robberies. all five of them are related -- and all happened at 7-eleven
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police say someone robbed the stores on portlock near bainbridge, south battlefield near albermarle, and battlefield and lenore. they have not given the locations of the last two. the first three robberies happened between 11 last night and four this morning. police tell us they think the same person is involved in all five. no one was hurt in any of the robberies. police haven't given us a suspect description, but we'll get it to you as soon as we have it. in the meantime, if you know anything about the robberies, call the crime line at 1- 888-lock-u-up. remember, you do not have to give your name when reporting a crime. we also have breaking news about a fire in virginia beach. crews got called out to a fire at a house on victoria drive near continental street around 4:30 this morning. dispatch tells us two people have been hurt in the fire. paramedics took them to the hospital. we are working to find out how they are doing. two animals were also hurt.
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morning long on air, and on wavy dot com. we will continue to follow those stories during our next 90 minutes on the air, is still cold. and it doesn't look like that's changing anytime soon. meterologist deitra tate is using the latest technology to track what's going on
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today: isolated flurries before 7am...otherwise, clouds and sun with highs around 30. wind: nw 10-20mph. tonight: teens... wind chill values in the single digits. 10-15mph. an arctic ridge of high pressure will gradually move into our area between now and sunday very cold weekend with feel even colder. so, stay warm for valentine's day. late sunday into monday, the next system moves in...starting as snow on monday morning. it'll then transition to rain. light accumulations until the rain washes it away. you helped tell the story viewers. at the height of the snow -- we got this video from piled up quickly.
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of snow covered trees in duck -- as part of her milder weather for next week. you helped tell the story of yesterday's snow. thank you for aiding us in providing images to your fellow viewers. at the height of the snow -- we got this video from nelene gibbs in south nags head. she says the flakes were heavy, and it piled up quickly. terry rose sent us images of snow covered trees in duck -- as part of her so-called winter wonderland. and in kill devil hills that wonder included a small version of old man winter. thank you to harold cutrell who sent us this head. this one comes courtesy of erin zel. remember, anytime you have an image you want us to show on the air, you can send
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com. just make sure you are in a safe place to take or send the picture or video. and never do it while driving. and you can see more of the snow on wavy dot com. we have pictures from all around the area put into a slideshow for you. you can also check the latest forecast, anytime, right on the website. new this morning -- we can show you video of portsmouth police investigating a robbery. this is from last night just after 10:40 p-m. investigators say a suspect with a gun took money from this b-p on twin pines road...near hoffler creek. as soon as police release any information or pictures of a suspect, look for it on wavy-dot-com. chesapeake police say they found a meth lab while serving a warrant. 28 year old earnest brock faces a list of charges including identity theft and credit card fraud. police tell us he could face more - because of what they found behind his home. isle of wight county deputies served a search warrant in chesapeake friday morning, that's when they reported the lab in a shed behind this home on meadows landing. the virginia
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to help control the lab. brock is in jail. the f-b-i is trying to figure out why a man attacked people with a machete in a restauraunt in columbus, ohio thursday night. police say mohammed berry went into a restaurant and deli with the blade and hurt four people. berry then got away from the scene in a car, and police started chasing after him. after the chase, he got out of the car with the machete in his hand, and that's when police say a 25-year veteran of the department shot and killed him. s/ deputy chief mike woods, columbus police :11 "based upon the nature of the assault and what we've seen across the country and internationally, we just thought it was prudent at that time to bring our federal partners in to help us look at this right from the beginning." the four people hurt in the machete attack are all expected to recover. the death toll from last week's earthquake in taiwan keeps going up. rescuers have pulled 113 people from what's left of a collapsed apartment building. officials say that leaves four people still missing. police
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developer and two architects. they are suspected of negligent homicide. police accuse them of cutting corners in the contruction of the building. g-o-p candidates debate in south carolina tonight. hear what the front-runners have to say about each other. on the democratic side -- clinton rallies in support of his wife. our campaign coverage is coming up in
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valentine's day is of course tomorrow. if you forgot...or just got stumped trying to think of a gift...you might be in luck. some flower shops around the country are helping last-minute shoppers. cnbc's kate rodgers gives us a look at how they work. in a panic over last minute flowers for
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too late. a new crop of on-demand flower startups are promising to make your lover happy in a few hours or less. new york city based florist rachel cho is busy fulfilling same day orders for "the bouqs" company. the california based start-up is sourcing flowers from eco-friendly farms in south america and the states for nationwide five day and next day delivery. and they've recently added same-day services to 130 markets from artisans like rachel. the bouqs company says their leaner supply chain-- cutting out the middle man-- leads to lower costs. (sot john tabis / ceo and cofounder the bouqs company :38-1:00) "one of the things you will see that is very different for us vs. competitors is that pricing, especially this time of year around valentines day. so, you can go onto our site today, you can order 1 dozen roses delivered on valentine's day for 40 dollars flat. because we don't have those multiple levels of supply chain, between us
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we don't have to sort of bear the mark ups at apps, vc dollars, and a focus on sustainability, demand ecofriendly space include bloomthat, which wraps its flowers in compostable burlap and urbanstems, using its own in house bike couriers for delivery. (standup kate rogers / cnbc 1:17-1:34) while spending on flowers for valentine's day has remained stable for the past few years, at nearly $2 billion, the more traditional florist industry has taken a hit over the past decade, going from more than $9 billion dollars in 2006 to less than $6 billion dollars last year, as online retailers and grocery stores increased their market share. which is why savvy florists like rachel are turning to the bouqs. (sot rachel cho / florists 1:38--1:53) "the bouqs customer, they keep on growing because they retain their both very young, but it's anniversaries, and gifts for their parents. so there's a lot of be a very busy weekend... for some very happy valentines.
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presidential candidates. hear from the republicans leading the pack in about two minutes. meteorologist adlib wx tease i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece
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once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. do not take breo more than prescribed. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. ask your doctor if 24-hour breo could be a missing piece for you. see if you're eligible for 12 months free at mybreo.com.
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unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. it's always worth remembering... that icing the cinnamon rolls is a privilege not a right. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. presidential candidates haven't slowed down since the primary. republican donald trump made a stop at the university of south florida in tampa. hundreds of people showed up in support. he walked onto the stage as the crowd chanted things like "we want trump" and "build the wall." trump took aim at just about everyone
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former florida governor jeb bush and senator ted cruz. trump then referred to democratic candidate senator bernie sanders as a communist. i'd also love to run when a communist, if you think about it, when a the entrepreneur. don't ya think." other republican candidates are already in south carolina -- they were at a faith forum at bob jones university. ted cruz talked to reporters after the event. he blasted trump, saying he isn't a consistent conservative. he says trump changes his views based on what the political landscape dictates. s/ sen. ted cruz / (r) presidential candidate his views on anything, he can become the most politically correct
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position today and then something the next day. cruz, trump, and the other republican candidates will appear at a debate tonight in south carolina. meet the press will have a lot more coverage of the presidential campaigns. tomorrow, donald trump, senator marco rubio, and governor john kasich will join chuck todd to discuss their strategies after tonight's debate. you can see those interviews right here on wavy tv 10 sunday morning starting at nine. that's right after the today show. meanwhile, presidential longshot and former gilmore ended his campaign. gilmore had a hard time getting any support from the start. he ended up with 12 votes in iowa, and finished 12th in new hampshire. he only qualified for two undercard debates. in a statement, he said he would support who ever wins the republican nomination. gilmore was
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military experience. he also ran for president briefly, in 2007. meanwhile, on the democratic side, former president bill clinton is hitting the campaign trail to support his wife. he held a "get out and vote rally" at an arts center in cincinnati friday. the former president says his wife is a change make, and the perfect candidate to get the country back on track. clinton touched on the topics he says his wife is fighting for, including creating debt free colleges, showing support for the muslim community, and working to improve police forces. clinton says: "to do this together we have to take which is why these new jobs in energy and america be a safe haven for all its young people back to community
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ohio doesn't have its primary until mid- march, but early voting starts in that state. we are following developments on a story out of omaha that's where two hostages and a suspected gunman died following a 12- hour standoff with police. police say it started as a domestic dispute that turned violent, and eventually deadly. negotiators spent most of yesterday trying to get 35-year-old kenneth clark to surrender. clark used tear gas to try to end the officer's heard gunshots. wheeler/douglas county sheriff "everybody's life is important to us, our sheriff "in the end it came down to this individual surrendering peacefully, he choice not to" investigators are trying to figure out why clark became violent. caught on video, a
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mother and her toddler from a car that fell into a canal in victims. they managed to break the back window of the car and pull the mother paramedics took the mother and child to a nearby hospital, but they are expected to recover. the four rescurers are
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today: isolated flurries before 7am...otherwise, clouds and sun with highs around 30. wind: nw 10-20mph. tonight: cold. lows in the teens... wind chill values in the single digits. wind: nw 10-15mph.
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increasing clouds. highs in the mid 20s. wind: n 10-15mph. an arctic ridge of high pressure will gradually move into our area between now and sunday afternoon. then, it'll move ne as our next weather system approaches from the sw. plan on a very cold weekend with highs not getting above freezing the entire weekend for most areas. the wind will make it feel even colder. so, stay warm for valentine's day. late sunday into monday, the next system moves in...starting as snow on monday morning. it'll then transition to rain. light accumulations until the rain washes it away. milder weather for next week. up next, a man's
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today: isolated flurries before 7am...otherwise, clouds and sun with highs around 30. wind: nw 10-20mph. tonight: cold. lows in the teens... wind chill values in the single digits. wind: nw 10-15mph.
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increasing clouds. highs in the mid 20s. wind: n 10-15mph. an arctic ridge of high pressure will gradually move into our area between now and sunday afternoon. then, it'll move ne as our next weather system approaches from the sw. plan on a very cold weekend with highs not getting above freezing the entire weekend for most areas. the wind will make it feel even colder. so, stay warm for valentine's day. then transition to rain. light accumulations until the rain washes it away. milder weather for next week. up next, a man's co-workers go literally above and beyond -to hook him up for valentine's day a look
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a man in michigan is getting some help with his love life, just in time for valentine's day. matt hill works for a lawn and garden company. his co-workers recently surprised him by putting his face and contact information on a billboard along a highway. the 25-year-old says he was pretty surprised by the gesture and he's making the most of it. so, what should the ladies know about matt? friday grand traverse co., mi : (matt hill/eligible is lime green. i don't really have a favorite food. lately it's been peanut butter and jelly. i don't know, chinese. i really like chinese food. favorite movie has probably gotta be "the hangover". i like a lot of chick somebody's house, small party, something like that." hill says he's taken dozens of calls, texts and emails from potential
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he says he's not looking for just a fling...he's really hoping to find someone to settle down with. if you're just joining us -- we've got breaking news out of chesapeake that's where police are looking for one suspect who's behind five robberies overnight. what we've learned so far -- and what we're still working to get from police, ahead at 7. frustrated with your overactive bladder medicine not working? can't handle the side effects? botox treats symptoms of leaking, going too often, and the strong sudden need to go.
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news out of chesapeake. police are now investigating five armed robberies. and police tell us all five are related -- and those all happened at 7-eleven stores. police say someone robbed the stores on portlock near bainbridge, south battlefield near albermarle, and battlefield and lenore. the first three robberies happened between 11 last night and four this morning. police tell us they think the same person is involved in all three. we're still working to learn more from police about the other two -- including where they happened, and whether they're also related. no one was hurt in any of the robberies. police haven't given us a suspect description, but

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