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life threating injuries. no information regarding suspect's vehicle has been obtained. the vsp bureau of criminal investigations was called upon to investigate the shooting and are currently at the scene. the scene is safe at this time. with more on how this is
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go to jen lewis. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. with more on how this is
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we're going to follow the backup on 64 westbound in newport news for you. jen will have another update in about 10 minutes. but now we need to talk about the weather. let's get right to meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler weather 10 center. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will be chilly. tomorrow we'll develop light southerly winds with the sunshine. so we will warm up to near 50 in the afternoon. we'll see a great weekend with highs in the 60s both days. clouds will increase late sunday with a few showers possible by the evening. moisture will push into
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week. so there is a high updates. breaking news overseas this morning. just hours ago, turkish officials confirmed reports that a syrian national is behind a deadly bus bomb yesterday in the country's capital. they also say nine people have been arrested in connection with the attack, and that syrian kurdish militants are responsible. the huge explosion killed at least 28 people, and hurt more than 60 others. a turkish newspaper said investigators identified the syrian national through fingerprints. it also said the man had been registered as a refugee in turkey. new this morning, we can show you security camera footage of the bomb. it's a little fuzzy, but you can see someone walk down the street and cars going by. then moments later there's a huge flash of white obscuring the camera, and smoke left behind. the buses targeted were carrying military personnel.
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two other deadly attacks. 10 german tourists died in a suicide bombing in instanbul, and more than 100 died in a double-bombing at a peace rally. investigators believe isis was behind both of those attacks. new this morning, major news for anyone who owns a toyota. we're on your side with a massive recall warning you need to know about. the automaker is recalling 2-point-87 million vehicles because of a seat-belt issue. toyota executives say a piece of metal could damage the seat-belt during a crash, which could keep it from properly restraining a person. most of the vehicles affected are the rav-4 s-u-vs made between july 2005 and august 2014. if you own one, toyota says it will contact you about replacing the belt. we've put details on wavy-dot-com. get ready for an influx of presidential candidates. we'll tell you who's visiting hampton roads ahead of virginia's primary next month.
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colorado. two dogs died in a house fire. ahead, who investigators believe started it. and a city in australia is being overrun. what is literally covering up
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds
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will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will be chilly. tomorrow we'll develop light southerly winds with the sunshine. so we will warm up to near 50 in the afternoon. we'll see a great weekend with highs in the 60s both days. clouds will increase late sunday with a few showers possible by the evening. moisture will push into the region next week. so there is a high chance for rain tuesday
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very warm on wednesday at this time. stay tuned for updates. today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds winds north 5-10mph. also create a breezy north wind. so it will be chilly. toll legislation. a new bill could help frustrated people burried under huge bills. plus, the political tides have turned in the g-o-p race. who's now leading the pack. but first - an interview you'll only see on 10. a man suspected of murder speaks out. why he says
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only on 10, we're hearing from a man portsmouth police believe killed a teenager. 19-year-old raykwuan short is one of five suspects in the murder of a 17-year- old boy last may. three of those suspects are still on the streets this morning. meanwhile, 18-year-old samking beale, turned himself in to police last week. all five men are accused of shooting and killing 17-year-old jayzavia hill. two other people were also hurt, but survived
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deep creek boulevard. short says he turned himself in because he did not kill the teen and has nothing to hide. "why are we even being arrested for something we didn't do. we are the victims here. my car got shot. my friend got shot. why aren't they being investigated." "any other reason why you believe police have charged you in connection with this?" "'cause my friend got shot and it's word on the street, whatever they're saying, that's all portsmouth police go by, is word on the street." last september, prosecutors dropped all charges against short and the four other murder suspects in the case. however, recently the attorney office decided to indict them for first-degree murder. police are still looking for 19-year- old andre keel, 21-year-old jalon trotter, 21-year-old roderick britt. if you can help police find these men, call the crime line.
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court this morning after police say he tried to rob a store last month. but instead of getting cash, the suspect ended up in the hospital. a store clerk shot 21-year-old tacarie veney when police say he held up the gift card a-t-m store on west mercury boulevard on january 29th. veney's injuries were not serious. he went to the hospital, and then to jail. however, the killed a suspected accomplice, 18-year- old timothy johnson. police say the clerk had a permit to carry the gun and won't face any charges. today a local man is scheduled to face charges after deputies say he exposed himself to women. the gloucester sherriff's office says devin parker went up to three different women in the walmart parking lot on walton lane and asked for directions. deputies say that's when he exposed himself. parker faces three indecent exposure charges. take a close look at the man in these images. virginia beach police say he's linked to at least two frozen yogurt store robberies. the first incident happened last month
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skinny dip. then investigators linked him to another one saturday night at the skinny dip on virginia beach boulevard. if you recognize him, call the crime line at 1-888-lock-u-up. now to decision 20-16 news, and the flood of republican presidential candidates expected to visit virginia ahead of our march 1st primary. first on the list - john kasich. he's schedule to be in richmond on monday for a town hall event at virginia commonwealth university. donald trump is expected to speak at regent university next wednesday february 24th. you're looking at video of a town hall he did with m-s-n-b-c yesterday. according to regent's website, trump's visit is so popular there are no more tickets in the auditorium. the university is now giving out tickets so people can watch his speech on television in a different room. ben carson is also headed to regent unversity later this month on february 29th. he was one of several candidates to participate in a town hall last night hosted by
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a new nbc news wall street journal poll shows donald trump is no longer the frontrunner in the race for president. ted cruz now holds the top spot with 28th percent. trump slipped to 26-percent. marco rubio is in 3rd at 17-percent. he's the most widely liked g-o-p candidate among republicans. john kasich has 11-percent, and ben carson isn't far behind with just 10- percent. jeb bush is in a distant fifth place with just four-percent. a new democratic poll shows hillary clinton and bernie sanders are nearly in a dead heat for nevada. clinton has a slight lead with 48-percent of caucus attendees saying they'd support her. 47-percent say they are for sanders. the poll isn't good news for the clinton campaign. in october she was leading sanders by double-digits. new this morning, a hospital in los angeles paid a 17-thousand-dollar ransom to hackers who diabled their computer system. the hollywood
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center ended up paying the hackers in bitcoins so it could get access back to its system. according to the l-a times, in early february the hackers used malware to lock the hospital's systems by encrypting files. the f-b-i is now investigating the incident. new this morning, firefighters in colorado say a dog is to blame for starting a house fire. crews say it happens more often than you think. four dogs were inside the home in colorado springs when the fire started. investigators say one of the dogs turned on a burner on a gas stove. they suspect the dog was trying to get to a pizza box sitting on top of the stove. time from combustibles that should not have ever been placed in that sacred area. you should keep anything that is flammable at least 3 feet away from that stovetop area" two dogs died in the fire, but two others survived. fire investigators say the stove was older and did not have the pilot safety
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say they will not leave food on the stove any more. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will be chilly. tomorrow we'll develop light southerly winds with the sunshine. so we will warm up to near 50 highs in the 60s both
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increase late sunday with a few showers possible by the evening. moisture will push into into wednesday. looks very warm on wednesday at this time. stay tuned
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toll patrol goes to the legislature. a bill headed to the virginia senate would give you more time to pay your toll bill, reduce any penalties, and v-dot would make sure you know what you owe. dozens of drivers went before a gloucester judge yesterday.
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from crossing the coleman bridge, and as the fines and fees added up, so did the frustration. sot - kenneth king, gloucester- clip 29 14:49 to pay hundreds, thousands of dollars in fines is outrageous. 14:54 sot - kevin baines, gloucester 20:48 i feel like im being taken from.. like somebody's taking stuff from me it doenst feel moral at all. 20:58 the judge dismissed some drivers' violations and settled several others. as for the bill, it passed the house tuesday 10 to 69, and is now headed to the state senate. stay with us as we continue to follow breaking news on the interstate. state police two people were shot on 64. 10 on your side is live near the scene. plus, the president is planning an historic trip. find out where he'll visit soon. but first, lost in the weeds. we'll tell you where folks are hard at work getting these tumbleweeds out of their
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while we're in the middle of winter, people in australia are dealing with tough summer conditions. dry air and little rain have led to a huge crop of tumble weeds. take a look at this video. imagine these weeds rolling through your yard. the tumble weeds have taken over the town of wangaratta in australia. in some places the fluffy weeds are as high as roof
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to clean up. the strain of tumbleweed causing this trouble is called "hairy panic." locals think it is coming from a nearby field a farmer failed to maintain. breaking news this morning on the peninsula. state police say there was a double shooting on interstate 64. rico bush has all the details. plus, we'll explain how this could effect your morning commute. presidential visit. find out where president obama is planning to go, where no other living presidents have been. and a nation divided. a new poll shows americans are split over what the senate should do about a supreme court nominee. let's get right to that breaking news we've been following since 4:30. state police tell us troopers are investigating an overnight double shooting on i-64 westbound near the harpersville road
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10 on your side's rico bush is in newport news not far from the scene. rico what are state police saying? on today's date, february 18 2016, at approximately 2 am. the virginia state police communications center received a call of a possible shooting. the incident occurred on interstate 64 at mile marker 259 (near harpisville road), in the city of newport news. two male occupants were traveling in the left lane of interstate 64 when an unknown vehicle pulled up beside them and fired upon them. both victims were transported to riverside hospital, suffering non life threating injuries. no information regarding suspect's vehicle has been obtained. the vsp bureau of criminal investigations was called upon to investigate the shooting and are currently at the scene.
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we turn now to jen lewis in the traffic center with details on this incident and any others that might affect your commute. jen. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows
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upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will be chilly. tomorrow we'll develop light southerly winds with the sunshine. so we will warm up to near 50 in the afternoon. we'll see a great weekend with highs in the 60s both days. clouds will increase late sunday with a few showers possible by the evening. moisture will push into the region next week. so there is a high apple's fight over a judge order is developing this morning. people on both sides of department support the judge's order. as we first reported yesterday, that order is for apple to help the f-b-i unlock an i- phone belonging to a suspected terrorist in the san bernardino shooting. digital rights advocates oppose the demand. they agree with apple
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phone privacy for millions of users. apple's c-e-o, tim cook said the order sets a dangerous precedent. developing this morning, we're working to learn more information after police say a three-year-old boy was accidentally shot last night in suffolk. it happened in the applewoods farms neighborhood around 7:30 last night. the boy was reportedly shot at a home on jonathans way. paramedics flew the victim to sentara norfolk general the child is expected to survive. neighbors tell us it's alarming. "sot- under s11 suff for sure so i'm hoping the child survives and does well." we're working to learn who shot the boy and how. police have not said if they will file charges. happening today the trial is scheduled to begin
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a local woman accused of stealing a dog on the eastern shore. deputies in accomack county say a neighbor saw bettina rodriguez and two others steal a dog on matthews road in january of last year. the witness said rodriquez, charlene boyajian, and gordon shell put the dog in a u-haul and drove away. police stopped the truck at the chesapeake bay bridge tunnel and found the group, but not the dog. deputies believe they handed the dog to someone else. boyajian and shell's trials start later. each face a charge of stealing an animal. this morning we have a 10 time saver traffic alert for those of you living on holland road in virginia beach. today vdot will permantly close off barberry lane. it's part of the new holland road connection project that will increase the existing two-lane road to a new four- lane road. crews are expected to finish the expansion from dam neck road to nimmo parkway in october of next year. good news this morning for local shipyards struggling for work.
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navy did that could help employees in the future. and the state gives virginia beach a deadline for light rail. you'll hear how soon the city will have to act to keep millions in funding. nap time, waits for no one. good clean food, waits for anyone who orders it. order online and avoid the line. at panera.
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roads. let's check
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will be chilly. tomorrow we'll develop light southerly winds with the sunshine. so we will warm up to near 50 in
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a great weekend with highs in the 60s both days. clouds will increase late sunday with a few showers possible by the evening. moisture will push into the region next week. so there is a high chance for rain tuesday into wednesday. looks very warm on wednesday at this time. stay tuned for updates. today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is honoring the late supreme court justice. new this morning, when and how the president will pay his respects to antonin scalia. plus the president prepares for a historic trip. find out where he's heading to. and local residents
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deal that would restore commerical flights. the last sitting president to visit cuba was calivn coolidge in 1928. looking ahead, president barack obama and the first lady will visit the supreme court tomorrow. it's to pay his respects to the late supreme court justice antonin scalia. the late justice's body will lay in repose friday in the supreme court's great hall. the white house says vice president joe biden and his wife will attend scalia's funeral on saturday. scalia died on saturday at the age of 79. he joined the court back in 1986 and was its longest-serving justice. developing news this morning, americans are split as to whether or not the senate should vote for the president's nominee to the supreme court. that's according to a new nbc news-wall street journal poll. the survey found voters are divided along party lines. 43 percent said they wanted the senate to vote this year, while 42 percent wanted to wait for the next president. president barack obama said he
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pick a nominee in due time. one of the oldest treasures in virginia is washing away. a tiny sea-faring oasis is fighting what many call a losing battle against climate change. this morning 10 on your side anchor tom schaad previews a way of life going under. (open chopper 10 nats) in the middle of the chesapeake bay, an oasis is visable from chopper 10. tangier island shows both an isolated independence, and a vulnerability to nature. david schulte/army corps engineers media 3 clip 0030 1010-19 on the west shore, that's why the tangier islanders think its a big problem. it really is. after an hour chopper flight from the eastern shore. we examine a way of life that appears in danger of washing away. media3 clip 0030 1213-1219 they are the last fishing community on an island in the virginia portion of the chesapeake bay all the others are already this tiny island, that''s
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per cent of its land to encroaching chesapeake bay, have been at one with the water, which surrounds them, and now threatens their very existance. media 1 clip 0114 5012-5018 and where we're going right now, this was all land to begin with. this was all land where we are now in the boat. under, that is unless the state and federal government acts. we'll tell what solutions are being proposed to keep this unique culture on dry ground, and more importantly, if its not too late save tangier island. don't miss tom schaad's speical report: "a way of life going under tonight at 6, with coverage beginning at 4. virginia beach city leaders have until the end of april to show commitment to the light rail project. the city's intentions came into question when word of a referendum on november's ballot got back to state leaders. transportation secretary aubrey layne now says, the city needs to apply to purchase rail cars. and sign an agreement with the
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on schedule with the project. if not - the state will pull the funding. a resolution on the topic came out the day hampton roads transit held a light rail open house. we asked residents what they think the city should do. james gardner - for light they know how much it's going to cost. but i hope they can do that quickly. because i'd be really sad to see the money go somewhere else. dane blythe - against light rail c32 8:41:13 - of course, locally id like for us to spend that 155 million dollars on road projects that are badly needed. and we have a back log right now any way.:20 layne said the agreement that must be signed by april 30th does not make the project a done deal. the city manager told 10 on your side the memorandum of understanding should be before city council in 30 days. there's good news for local shipyards and their employees this morning. the navy signed a contract that could be worth about two and a half billion dollars through 20-21. that money could go to three norfolk shipyards including b-a-e systems, which plans to
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march. the two other yards involved are marine hydraulics and general dynamics. the award won't be enough to stop the layoffs, but it could help workers get jobs in the future. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will tomorrow we'll develop light southerly winds with the sunshine. so we will warm up to near 50 in the afternoon. we'll see a great weekend with highs in the 60s both days. clouds will increase late sunday with a few showers possible by the evening. moisture will push into the region next
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chance for rain tuesday into wednesday. looks very warm on wednesday at this time. stay tuned
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good morning, hampton
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we're following breaking news, when we switch over to fox43 at 7:00, we'll get a live report as police investigate a double shooting on the interstate. plus, brand new video this morning of a bus fire.
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flames. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. we're working on more local news, weather, and traffic over on our sister station fox43 switch over with us as wavy news 10 at 7 am on
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minutes good morning. breaking overnight the white house expected to announce today that president obama will head to cuba next month, the first american president to go there in nearly 90 years. a historic trip being met with praise and criticism. game change? ted cruz just ahead of donald trump in our new national poll. >> the sounds you're hearing is the sound of screams coming from washington, d.c. >> this morning why trump says he is not buying those results. slippery slope? the tech world lining up behind apple as a government tries to get the company to hack into the iphone of this san bernardino shooter. the epic battle over principle, privacy and protecting america.
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why the sister of nicole brown simpson is furious about the new o.j. simpson mini series and one star in particular. today is thursday, february 18, 2016. >> from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1 a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning. welcome to "today." i'm savannah guthrie. we have willie in for matt this week. a lot of people are talking about the new poll. and if it holds up it is a real shift in the race. >> a lot of eyebrows raised. >> 28% for ted cruz moving into first place over donald trump. this is a different story than what is told by many other national polls where trump had a big lead.

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