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exposure. a chesapeake woman says the man got out of his car in a walmart parking lot and was completely exposed. 10 on your side's andy fox is live at the frederick boulevard walmart where the alleged incident took place with a story you'll see only on 10. the incident happened here at 1:56 saturday afternoon. the incident happened here at 1:56 saturday afternoon. she's already in the parking lot when a car pulls in next to her's. she's about to drive away when the driver of the other car gets out. he is wearing dark clothes, sweatshirt with a hoodie. she does not want to be identified, but she told us what happened next (24:39 1) ((the gentleman opened his door and he got out so i stayed with my brake on so i didn't hit the gentleman or the vehicle cause he was right next
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me)) runs: 10 (24:52 1) ((when he shut the door and turned around his to look up he walked to 1) ((i started to put my truck in drive i got made through it into park jumped out and took a picture of the vechile)) runs: 10 "we are aware of the allegations that were made in portsmouth regarding an off-duty norfolk police officer." "the norfolk police department's office of professional standards have involved, and are investigating the incident." coming up at 5 and 6 what happened next. internal affairs contacted, and investigating. we will hear from police. and how all this unfolded. tonight at five and six. and how all this unfolded. tonight at five and six. and how all this unfolded. tonight at five and six.
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working to learn more about an interstate shooting. state police say someone shot two men in a car on 64 near j clyde morris boulevard. both are expected to be okay. this story was breaking all morning. 10 on your side's erin kelly is live in newport news with the latest developments. earlier this morning police shut two travel lanes to investigate and then reopened them. at this point -- we don't know why this happened or who police are looking for. troopers say they got a call around 2 am for a possible shooting. they say a car with two men inside was heading west near the harpersville road exit when another car pulled up. police say hospital for treatment.
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called 911 or what police have not said who called 911 or what investigations is looking into this. live in newport news, erin kelly, 10 on your side. more developing news --- in suffolk. police say a three-year-old boy shot himself last night at a home on jonathans way in the applewood farms neighborhood. right now, the toddler is at c-h-k-d in norfolk. investigators say the boy should recover. 10 on your side's joe fisher spent the day in suffolk gathering new information. ((look live vosot)) ((joe)) suffolk police tell me the three-year-old boy found a gun inside his home and accidentally shot himself in the upper shoulder. ((pkg)) neighbors on jonathans way in the applewood farms section of suffolk report heavy police activity surrounding this home -- just after 7:30 wednesday night. that's when medics responded to help the injured three-year-old. police say the child found the gun --- which was in the home for protection -- and accidentally pulled the trigger. he received
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before being airlifted to sentara norfolk general. christina carter lives down the street and saw the commotion. super = christina carter/neighbor ((c1 54:22)) "i was here. i was leaving the neighborhood when everyone was flying in. i came back about an hour later and there was just police cars up and down lining our street." ((c1 51:32)) "i thought that somebody had broken into their house. something had happened, but i had no idea someone was shot, so that was alarming to me." ((joe live)) police say the child's mother was inside the home at the time of the idea someone was shot, so time of the incident along with a 2- year-old child. the shooting remains under investigation -- and police tell me the child's mother could face charges. reporting in suffolk, joe fisher, 10 on your side. now at 4: the weather. warmer temperatures are in the forecast. meteorologist ashley baylor is in the super doppler 10 weather center.
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cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mostly sunny. seasonable! highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. saturday: plenty of sunshine. nice and warm! highs: mid-60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. even though we have seen plenty of sunshine today, temperatures were stuck in the low to mid-40s thanks to a northerly breeze. that will all change heading into friday and the weekend. this evening, expect tracking mainly clear skies, so as a result, highs back near 50. our average high is 51, so not a bad way to end the winds turning out of the southwest, we'll see mostly sunny skies on saturday with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s! a few more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will still be in the 60s. rain will be back in the forecast early next week, so enjoy the sun and the
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a local cold case murder is moving forward. during a preliminary hearing in norfolk --- a judge certified 2nd degree murder charges against michael brown to the grand jury. brown is accused of killing angela lechlitner (leck-light-ner) in 2008 at her shafer street home. police arrested brown in goldsboro, north carolina in september. detectives have not said if brown knew lechlitner. 10 on your side has identify the second suspect in a double murder. 26-year-old stephen hayes turned himself into police tuesday. police think hayes and 33-year-old laratio dantzler shot and killed two people near 14th and wickham avenue in january.
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eyewitness picked hayes out of a photo lineup. according to the paperwork, a witness said the two suspects tried to rob the victims. police say -- on the day of the murders -- an officer shot dantzler after he shot at two officers and wouldn't cooperate. dantzler went in police custody. a construction worker is recovering after an accident this morning in portsmouth. portsmouth's fire chief says the man was 25 feet in the air --- when he was hit by construction material. it happened at the corner of washington and county streets. crews took the victim to the hospital. investigators are working to find out what sparked a fire at a norfolk home. someone spotted smoke and called 9-1- 1. crews responded to the call from chesapeake boulevard around 10 this morning . the fire department sent 10 on your side this picture of the damage inside the bedroom. no one was home when the fire started. no one can stay here because of the damage from the smoke and flames. the hampton fire department's arson dog is helping investigate what
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fire in ocean view. the department sent us these pictures of "taylor" and her handler going through the rubble this morning. andy fox was there yesterday when residents returned for a closer look at the damage. saturday's fire in willoughby destroyed eight buildings and damaged six. the york-poquoson's sheriff's office is investigating a gas station robbery. it happened this morning at a shell station on hampton highway in yorktown. we are working to get more information from deputies. sheriff's deputies in gloucester county are working to track down bank robber. they sent us these pictures from the langley federal credit union on george washington highway. around four yesterday afternoon --- deputies say this man gave the teller a note demanding cash. once he had the money --- the suspect ran into the farm fresh parking lot, jumped into a car and drove off. virginia beach police are looking for the man they say hit someone in the head during an attempted robbery. dispatchers say the attack happened around seven last night on holland road in the chimney hill area. the victim went to the hospital. detectives have a vague description of the suspect. new information about a
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ring that operated very close to a local elementary school. what 10 on your side's matt gregory uncovered about a recent bust. major car trouble for one automaker. the seatbelts might not work during a crash. we're on your side with information about the recall of nearly three million s-u-vs. one of the oldest treasures in virginia is washing away. 10 on your side's tom schaad has a special report on a losing battle on tangier island. a live look right now through towercam 10. meteorologist ashley baylor is up next with
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it's a way of life that's going under, and some fear a small island community in the chesapeake bay is no match for the pounding waters that surrounds it. oceanographers also say those waters are rising --- creating double trouble for tangier island. 10 on your side's tom schaad is here to preview tonight's special report on a way of life that's washing away, and if there's anything that can be done to stop it. anita and stephanie, many agree tangier island, the last island fishing community on the virginia side of the chesapeake bay, is a treasure. and it's not easy to get to. we flew from chopper 10, and that trip gave us some spectacular aerials of what this culture is up against. tangier island is remote, about 14 miles west of the eastern shore, near the middle of the bay. to drive here, along with the ferry ride, would have taken us about four hours, which gives you an idea on how remote this island is. and it is literally going under. a recent report released by
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engineers says tangier has lost close to 70 per cent of its land since 1850. so the problem here is sea level rise from climate change. the corps of engineers blames sea level rise together with erosion exacerbated by storms. so its recommending a series of dunes and sea walls to protect the island. how much time do these people have before tangier island becomes uninhabitable? oceanographers estimate, if nothing is done to protect the island, about 50 years. if you notice i'm walking with the mayor of tangier island, james eskridge. he took me to a once thriving neighborhood on the
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meteorologist ashley baylor tonight: mainly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mostly sunny. seasonable! highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. saturday: plenty of sunshine. nice and warm! highs: mid-60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. even though we have seen plenty of sunshine today, temperatures were stuck in the low to mid-40s
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breeze. that will all change heading into friday and the weekend. this evening, expect the mercury dropping into the mid-30s by 9 pm. overnight, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies, so as a result, temperatures will drop into the upper-20s. expect a mix of sun and clouds tomorrow with highs back near 50. our average high is 51, so winds turning out of the southwest, we'll see mostly sunny skies on saturday with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s! a few more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will still be in the 60s. rain will be back in the forecast early next week, so enjoy the sun and the warmth while we have it! tonight: mainly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mostly sunny. seasonable! highs: near
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saturday: plenty of highs: mid-60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. even though we have seen plenty of sunshine today, temperatures were stuck in the low to mid-40s thanks to a northerly breeze. that will all change heading into friday and the weekend. this evening, expect mainly clear skies with the mercury dropping into the mid-30s by 9 pm. overnight, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies, so as a result, temperatures will drop into the upper-20s. expect a mix of sun and clouds tomorrow with highs back near 50. our average high is 51, so not a bad way to end the week. the weekend is looking..w ell.....awesome! with
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southwest, we'll see mostly sunny skies on saturday with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s! a few more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will still be in the 60s. rain will be back in the forecast early next week, tonight: mainly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mostly sunny. highs: mid-60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. even though we have seen plenty of sunshine today, the mercury dropping into the mid-30s by 9 pm. average high is 51, so
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here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news. i'm nicole livas in the wavy live center. three people who admitted to stealing a dog on the eastern shore say they are heroes-- not criminals. new at 5-- 10 on your side's jason marks will tell you what are expanding, but now the question is being raised-- should they have to register for the selective service, like men? the issue is being discussed on the campaign trail - hear some of the presidential candidate's comments. and-- a battle over immigration between the pope and donald trump? hear the pontiff's comments during his visit to mexico-- and the presidential candidate's strong response-- new at 5:30. see these stories when tom schaad joins me beginning at 5. hospital administrators say they had no choice but to pay a 17- thousand dollar ransom. we'll tell you why.
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we're on your side with information about a massive recall from toyota. the automaker is recalling nearly three million s-u-vs around the world because of problems with the seatbelts. toyota executives say a piece of metal could damage the seatbelt during a crash, which could keep it from properly restraining passengers. most of the vehicles
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made between 2005 and 2014. if you own one of the recalled s-u-vs --- toyota says it will contact you about replacing the belt. we've put details on wavy-dot-com. ford says one of its new cars offers pothole protection. the automaker says a shock absorber system on the 2017 fusion v-six sport sedan automatically stiffens when sensors detect a pothole. that allows the system to keep the wheel elevated instead of dropping into the pothole. some luxury cars including ford's lincoln m-k-z have similar technology. apple is recalling 895-thousand a-c adapter kits because they are an electric shock hazard. the recall involves apple world travel adapter kits and wall plug adapters. apple has received a dozen reports of shock incidents. don't use the adapters and contact apple for
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a classic game is making a big change. monopoly is replacing its paper money with plastic. hasbro has unveiled a new version called called "monopoly ultimate banking game." it eliminates both the game's signature paper money as well as the banker position. instead players swipe bank cards to buy properties and pay rents. the new game hits store shelves later this month. breaking news from chesapeake the east and west bound lanes of military highway near 464 are shut down because of a car fire. our wavy jam cams show you the back up. two families say they are still searching for justice months after a deadly officer involved shooting in virginia beach. 10 on
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cummings found out how they're trying to get answers. but first --- 10 on your side uncovered new information about suspected gang activity involving drugs. matt gregory will tell you what he found out about several recent arrests. 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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breaking news from chesapeake the east and west bound lanes of military highway near 464 are shut down because of a car fire. our wavy jam cams show you the back up. meteorologist ashley baylor tonight: mainly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mostly sunny. seasonable! highs: near
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saturday: plenty of sunshine. nice and warm! highs: mid-60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. even though we have seen plenty of sunshine today, temperatures were stuck in the low to mid-40s thanks to a northerly breeze. that will all change heading into friday and the weekend. this evening, expect tracking mainly clear skies, so as a result, temperatures will drop into the upper-20s. expect a mix of sun and week. the weekend is looking..w ell.....awesome! with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s! a few more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will still be in the 60s. rain tonight: mainly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. sunshine. nice and warm! temperatures were stuck in the low to mid-40s this evening, expect mainly clear skies with skies, so as a result, temperatures will drop into the upper-20s. average high is 51, so more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will
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will be back in the forecast early next week, so enjoy the sun and the warmth while we have it! new information about a suspected drug ring in portmouth that operated less than a block away from an elementary school. in december --- portsmouth police, the fbi and other agencies arrested a number of people associated with the drug gang the corna sto boys. this week as several alleged gang
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court --- the clerk's office unsealed the details of the case. 10 on your side's matt gregory is here with those new details. in december, portsmouth police cleaned one of the dirtiest streets in portsmouth. a stretch of elm avenue, where court documents say where the gang , corna sto boys bought and sold thousands of dollars cocaine and heroin. all a stones throw away from brighton elementary school. that corner which you can see is so close to brighton elementary school. you can imagine on a former drug corner, neighbors didn't want to talk to us on camera. but witnesses tell me since december the traffic at elm and fillmore has died down. they point to a home at the corner as the hot spot of activity. court affidavits report the gang paid people to watch for police. one of the men norman stephenson, pleaded guilty and admitted selling up to a 1/2 ounce of crack cocaine every day from that corner . 3 other men jawanza johnson, lacharles hodges and charles battle had their inital appearances this week. each faces charges for the drug conspiracy for selling on
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places in portsmouth as well as throughout hampton roads. coming up at 5:30 i'm going to show you how officers were able to get such detailed information on the gang and what other charges police hold the gang responsible for. in one hour. matt gregory ten on your side. decision 2016: several republican presidential candidates are expected to visit virginia ahead of our march 1st primary. first on the list: john kasich. he's scheduled to be in richmond on monday for a town hall event at virginia commonwealth university. donald trump is set 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. 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
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several candidates to participate in a town hall last night hosted by c-n-n. we're learning more about what happened before the el faro sinking. the coast guard held another hearing today in florida. this is video from yesterday's hearing. today a second mate told the panel he warned the captain via text message that a storm looming offshore was forecast to become a hurricane. second mate charles baird was on vacation. baird says captaint michael davidson replied that he planned to go near but "under," or south, of the storm. investigators want to know why davidson chose to sail closer to a hurricane when he chose a more evasive route in previous storms. el faro went down in the atlantic during a hurricane in october. all 33 people on board died, including men from chesapeake and virginia beach. crews found the wreckage in about 15-thousand feet of water near the bahamas. president barack obama is traveling to cuba next month. here are pictures of his tweets this morning officially announcing the brief
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the president says the visit will advance u.s. efforts to restore ties with the communist nation and improve the lives of cubans. the white house says president obama will meet with cuban president raul castro, cuban entrepreneurs and members of civil society. president obama will be the first sitting president to visit cuba in more than half a century. president calvin coolidge visted cuba in 1928. six turkish soldiers are dead and one injured after a bombing. the military says a handmade bomb detonated by remote control targeted a military vehicle. the soldiers were searching for mines on a highway at the time of the blast. this is the second deadly bombing in two days. this is surveillance video of another terrorist bombing wednesday night. it's a little fuzzy. but you can see someone walk down the street in ankara as cars go by. then moments later there's a huge flash of white obscuring the camera and smoke left behind. the car bombing targeted a military convoy. at least 28 people died. more than 60 others were hurt.
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they just stopped a couple from bringing in more than $4-and-a-half million dollars in counterfeit bills. check out these pictures of the evidence from detroit. agents say the vietnamese couple flew in from south korea. they say there were several bundles of fake vietnamese bills, too. agents say because the couple never tried to spend the money, they weren't arrested and were allowed to continue their trip. the f-b-i is investigating a hospital hacking. a los angeles facility paid a 17-thousand- dollar ransom in order to regain control of its computer systems. the hollywood presbyterian medical center ended up paying the hackers in the internet currency bitcoins. malware locked up access to certain systems and prevented electronic communications. hospital administrators decieded the quickest way to get back up and running was to pay the ransom. 10=6:23: "i'm jason marks in accomack county the case of a stolen dog takes a bizarre twist when it goes to court i'll let you know what happened"
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flames. we'll tell you what happened before this fire. new research says the military is not providing enough help to troops with p-t-s-d. why the military says its falling
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and a new study reveals that the military is struggling to provide adequate care for thousands of troops suffering from
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depression. a study by the rand corp found many of the 40 thousand troops they studied are not getting the minimum number of therapy sessions. according to military guidelines --- that minimum number is four sessions within eight weeks. or at least two sessions to manage newly prescribed medications. military officials blame a lack of mental health professionals and plan to examine the rand study and find ways to improve. about one in five americans visit the emergency room every year. a new c-d-c report reveals the reasons why. 77-percent of adults of who went to the e-r in 2014 said they needed treatment for a serious medical condition. 12-percent chose the emergency room because their doctor's office was not open seven percent said they had no other health provider. medicaid patients were most likely to seek emergency care for serious symptoms. uninsured adults tended to use the e-r for less urgent problems.
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a night? the c-d-c says more than a third of americans don't get enough --- they're tossing and turning instead. sleep experts generally recommend adults sleep at least 7 hours a night. anything less than that has been linked to a variety of health problems -- like diabetes, obesity and heart disease. a clumsy criminal caught on tape. see what happened after he made that entrance. and im brandi cummings live in the wavy newsroom. i'll tell you what's happening in an officer invovled shooting case in vriginia beach next. tonight: mainly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s.
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an update to breaking news we've been following in chesapeake this interstate 464 at military highway. we've been telling you about a backup because of a car fire. it appears to be clearing up. emotions are still running high after an officer-involved shooting in virginia beach last year. one family is planning to protest. another is speaking out in defense of police. angelo perry and india kager sat in a car parked outside 7-eleven on lynnhaven parkway just after midnight on september fifth.
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approached the vehicle - and perry started shooting. that's when beach police shot back - killing the couple. tomorrow, demonstrators lead by kager's mother, will demand justice. 10 on your side's brandi cummings is here with what she is saying...and why another family says the police shooting was justified. stephanie, we have been following this case for months. let me give you a quick timeline: according to virginia beach police, angelo perry was connected to several crimes including an armed robbery in june, a shooting in july, and the murder of guy cuffee in august. police say cuffee was shot and killed in the green run neighborhood when he went to pick up his daughter for work. a month after that shooting - in september, police shot and killed perry and kager. last week india kager's mother gina best posted this emotional video to her facebook page. in it, she calls for justice for her daughter and angelo perry. two days after that video posted, guy cuffee's daughter
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her own. lera jackson details what she claims to be "facts" of the case. according to her, police did their jobs and she believes perry got what he deserved. i spoke to her today over the phone and asked why she posted the video. i understand what she's gong through but i would love for her to tell the whole thing about how angelo was. give the people a choice to understand where she's coming from. she's not giving them a choice. a group self-titled the "india kager truth seekers" have planned several demonstrations in virginia beach tomorrow. they begin at 9 a-m. coming up tonight on wavy news 10 at 5:30 we'll tell you how the group is trying to get the federal goverment involved in this case. live in the newsroom i'm brandi cummings 10 on your side. crews are cleaning up the damage after a violent traffic crash brought down three transformers in the los angeles area. first responders say a truck slammed into a power pole and caused the transformers to crash
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one driver was killed. crews rescued two other people trapped in their cars. the accident caused a massive power outage in the area. investigators say an engine fire caused this school bus to burst into flames. this happened in alabama. the bus driver noticed smoke coming from the front and got all 15 students off the bus before the fire. dylan gackley/escaped bus fire: "we all got off the back of the bus and we went over there and then the whole front of the bus caught on fire, and then then it just all of a sudden went throug the engine, and then the whole bus engulfed in flames." no one was hurt. the bus was at a mechanic's shop just hours before the fire. customers and workers at a texas pizza joint, grabbed anything they could to stop armed men from robbing the place. check out this surviellence video from inside this restaurant. you see one robber with a gun, grabs a woman by the hair while the second robber hits her with a chair. that's when the woman's brother picked up a chair of his own and started swinging.
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came in, pretending to be customers. after they placed an order, one of them jumped behind the counter and put a gun to a worker's head. and left by two guys. they pulled her hair out of her head. several people were hurt. police think the same three robbed the restaurant back in november. look at the top of your screen as a burglar makes his klutzy entrance. this video comes from jacksonville, florida. monday, deputies say he fell through the ceiling of a popeyes restaurant. then you can see as he made his way to the safe and after several hours of prying and hitting, he finally got it open and stole the money inside. he's still on the run. a mystery from the sky in michigan. residents outside detroit want to know what's splattered all around town. check out the tar like substance on homes, porches, cars and driveways. worried residents first called the fire department. (chief michael lopez/harrison twp. fire dept.) "there was a
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flammable liquid. it wasn't. it's more of an oily-type consistency as well." (paul schlutow/concerned about mystery substance) "there's health concerns. i don't know what it is. don't know if it's hazardous. i don't know what it's going to do to my truck. i don't know if they can get this off little bit of a mystery." the michigan department of environmental quality is testing samples of the mystery substance. results should be back next week. an arizona neighborhood is buzzing about this fly infestation. these are midge flies. crews have sprayed --- but they won't go away. residents say they can't go outside at dusk --- when the flies are most active. experts say they don't carry diseases. they're just annoying because they fly in your ears, mouth and nose. while we're in the middle of winter, people in australia are dealing with
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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 rooftops, and it takes folks hours to clean up. (jason perna/homeowner) "it is frustrating. you know that you've got a good couple of hours work ahead of you and that's always, yeah, sort of displeasing." the strain of tumbleweed causing this trouble is called "hairy panic." locals think it's coming from a nearby field a farmer failed to maintain. meteorologist ashley baylor tonight: mainly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s.
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friday: mostly sunny. seasonable! highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. saturday: plenty of sunshine. nice and warm! highs: mid-60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. even though we have seen plenty of sunshine today, temperatures were stuck in the low to mid-40s thanks to a northerly breeze. that will all change heading into
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this evening, expect mainly clear skies with the mercury dropping into the mid-30s by 9 pm. overnight, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies, so as a result, temperatures will drop into the upper-20s. expect a mix of sun and clouds tomorrow with highs back near 50. our average high is 51, so winds turning out of the southwest, we'll see
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saturday with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s! a few more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will still be in the 60s. rain will be back in the straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 a virginia beach woman is 200- thousand-dollars richer today. find out why she has a stranger to thank for her good fortune. i'm erin kelly in newport news. police say two men went to this hospital after someone shot into their car on the highway. then at five-thirty - there are benefits to being in a committed relationship -- just not with your credit card. why you may want to
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"when they move their wrist it'll move these fingers." you're watching boy scouts building prosthetics for patients. but this is no ordinary project. the scouts are getting some help thanks to a 3-d printer. and that helps keep costs way down. (vishakk rajenbran, boy scout) "the regular prosthetic device costs around 40,000 dollars. with these, all the materials together will cost about 40 dollars." you could say these scouts in tucson, arizona have a strong grasp on the project. they're making several different types of prosthetics. their troop master says its part of boy scout requirements. (patrick robinson, troop master) "when they're working toward their eagle, merit badge, which is the highest merit badge in scouting. they create a community-oriented project."
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to an organization called e-nable who decides which patients need them the most. wavy news 10 at 5 starts a norfolk police officer accused of exposing himself. details of this investigation are still coming in. joe whip:((sot :13)) a three-year-old boy recovering after finding a gun in his family's home and shooting himself. i'm joe fisher in suffolk -- where neighbors hope this will serve as a warning to all gun owners. and who fired shots at two people traveling on i-64. hear what investigators tell 10 on your side. breaking news from maryland. the baltimore sun reports: the court of appeals will take up the case of five officers involved in the freddie gray case. oral arguments are set to begin march 3rd. officer william porter went to trial in december. the jury deadlocked on
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charges. he was set to be re-tried monday, but his case has now been delayed along with the others. last year gray died from injuries he received in police custody. his death sparked riots in the city. proseuctors indicted six officers in his death. they have all pleaded not guilty. the top story at five you'll see only on 10 -- right now, a norfolk police officer is facing serious accusations. a woman claims the officer exposed himself to her in the parking lot of a portsmouth wal-mart. he was off-duty at the time of the alleged incident. 10 on your side's andy fox joins us live. andy you talked to the woman who made man of exposing himself to her. it's who that alleged suspect is that is the target of this report (he shut the door and his zipper was undone.) runs:
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she does not want to be identified but this is what she tells us (20 49:51) ((the victim says she was parked right here in this exact parking spot here saturday afternoon the suspects car pulls in right here he gets out and exposes himself to her goes into the the store)) runs:15 (25:30 1) ((i started to put my truck in drive i got made through it into park jumped out and took a picture of the vehicle)) runs: 05 (25:52 1) ((i saw him up by lawn and garden wall and he put the hoody up over his jacket)) runs: 06 (26:01 1) ((i asked a cart boy that i had just been exposed to said there was nothing they could do you had to make a complaint to a store manager)) runs: 12 she claims walmart was no help, so she called portsmouth police and they, find the man (28:39
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((i picked out the man to me the one that resembled him i never got a look at his face because his private parts were in my face i was sitting down in my truck)) runs: 11 during the police investigation it turned out the suspect was an off duty norfolk police officer. (30:29 1) ((i asked why was norfolk police calling me for a case i had in portsmouth and he informed me the gentleman i picked out in the lineup was a norfolk officer." (33:46 1) internal affairs asked could she made ((i said himself and portsmouth asked me that too)) runs:11 norfolk police goes on "the norfolk police department's office of professional standards have contacted the parties involved, and are investigating the incident." we are not identifying the police officer. but the picture of the car involved in this incident we found in front of the norfolk police officer's home. tonight

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