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stabbing. this one happened on gloucester street around 8:30 -- about a block off victoria boulevard. they say the victim was not badly hurt. now, a developing story from williamsburg. a william and mary charges because police say he had child porn. 46-year-old michael wilson is behind bars. he's been working as a research biologist, since 2004. 10 on your side's liz kilmer joins us from campus. liz? we're told wilson is a researcher here at the center for conservation biology. he was arrested by campus police this afternoon -- on charges many are disturbed by here in the quaint city. c2 01:26:44 "wow, yeah that's really scary" it's isn't every day william and mary students members facing criminal charges. let alone -- the accusations surrounding this employee - 46 year old michael wilson. biologist had child pornography in his
lizzie pater. c2 01:25:49 "it makes me really uncomfortable especially since coming in during orientation we got this really strong sense of community." wilson, of richmond, was arrested by william and mary police on friday and peninsula regional jail. a school spokesperson tells 10 on your side he was immediately placed on administrative leave -- and is prohibited from coming on campus - a popular place for families to visit. c1 bryan cole 01:25:17 "it's nerve racking as a father knowing that my children could be exposed to people that are looking at child pornography." officials say wilson has been at the college since 2004. he worked at the center for conservation biology -- located within the dillard complex on ironbound road. an online biography says he focused his studying on bird populations -- and earned his masters degree at the college, discovered with the child porn -- on school property. wilson is charged with four in williamsburg, liz
we're looking ahead to a warm weekend -- by sunday, the weather may convince you it's already spring. chief meteorologist don slater joins us now. don -- what's going on? (anchors ad lib toss to don) tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm breeze. highs: mid- 60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. sunday: increasing developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw. tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm breeze. highs: mid- 60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. sunday: increasing clouds with showers developing late. highs: mid-60s.
a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm breeze. highs: mid- 60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. sunday: increasing clouds with showers developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw. new tonight. portsmouth police have arrested a suspected drug dealer. court documents say a buyer showed up-- while they were confronting her. laura goodman is facing charges for the incident on tuesday, at the riverwalk inn and suites. they say she opened the door, and police found crack cocaine in plain site. the papers say police found hundreds of dollars in cash, drugs and a scale. they did not say whether the suspected buyer faces charges. newport news police say they've busted yet
and another suspect faces charges tonight. officers arrested 25-year-old tanner meeks on sidney place this morning. police and hazmat crews raided the home overnight. it's their third bust, over the past five days. officers say they found materials to make meth in a shed in the backyard. neighbors tell us meeks moved there in june-- and they've been suspicious of him all along. super = judith neighborhood, but like later on i heard the house could jave exploded with the chemicals they had in there," ((but too)) ((c26 44:13)) "shocked, amazed, dissapointed and then just horrifyed that this was going on across the street from me." newport news officers also raided two homes on middlesex road this week -- for a total of four arrests. on sunday -- officers arrested autumn wells after finding meth-making materials in her car. then on tuesday -- evidence led them to another meth lab in a home across the street. michael adkins and dana
and in hampton-- police are looking into whether a hazardous material investigation there, is connected to the ones in newport news. that discovery was made wednesday on cynthia drive. police say they found items consistent with making meth. they say investigators have sent materials to the lab, and they plan to release information about charges. reports of shots fired sent joint base langley eustis into lockdown today. everything started around 11:30. that's when a call came from inside building 650 -- the soldiers support center. military officials say 3 contractors were working on the roof when they heard- what they thought- was gunfire. they say they didn't find any evidence-- and it may have been a misunderstanding. super=colonel bill there is noises on the installation so a contractor who is not familiar with the military might have jumped to the conclusion" about an hour after that call came in, the lockdown was lifted. officials still don't
a norfolk officer is on administrative duty tonight. the department is investigating accusations that he exposed himself to a woman in the parking lot of a portsmouth walmart. she did not want us to show her face, but says him out of a photo lineup. starting next month, a new man will take over the portsmouth fire department. the city manager has named dwayne bonnette as the fire chief. he has served with the alexandria fire department and the coast guard. he has more than 25 years experience in related fields. he starts on march 14th. on monday, portsmouth plans to welcome a new police chief. tonya chapman will take the oath of office. according to the department, she is the first woman to hold that position. chapman has worked in various positions across virginia, most recently as the deputy secretary of public safety and homeland security. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a fire in virginia beach. they sent us these
peony arch, in the green run area this afternoon. firefighters say a man inside made it out safely. the red cross is helping the family. new tonight -- senator mark warner says he's seen progress at the hampton v-a medical center. he says that's good, but now's the time to build on that. warner was in town visiting with cybersecurity experts today. 10 on your side also asked him about the v-a, because we've been investigating issues there for months. they included long wait times for primary care appointments. the v-a made changes, and the times have improved. news > friday> p5 reporter hit 3 c0043 va health center issue 1518 if we're going to service all the veterans in this community, we've got to build a new facility. warner says some lawmakers in washington have been making it more difficult for the v-a to expand its facilities. the department of justice is getting involved in the case against apple. it has filed a motion -- in hopes of forcing the company to help the f-b-i break into an iphone. one of the san bernardino
before he and his wife carried out a deadly terror attack last year. apple's c-e-o is fighting the ruling -- saying the government could use the tool to help gather personal data. he has received support google, twitter, facebook antivirus software creater, john mcafee. the government says the order would only apply to this specific phone. a hearing is set for next month. thousands of people, including president obama, paid their respects to antonin scalia today. it was the late supreme court justice's last trip to the great hall. the eight remaining justices gathered with his family. his son paul, a catholic priest, led the prayer. tomorrow, his funeral will be held at the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception. famous author, harper lee has died. some of her words include, "real courage is when you know you're licked before you begin, but you begin anyway and see it through-- no
she died in her sleep at her , alabama home early this morning. her family says her death was unexpected. many of you may have read defined racial troubles in the deep south. last year, a sequel was published. lee was 89. wind nats hear the damage dangerous winds left behind in chicago today --- a mother speaks to investigators months after police killed her daugher. the reason she feels there's more to this story that what they've already said. it's a space race --- for wanna be astronauts! hear how many people are looking for a coveted
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an update to breaking news from virginia beach. police say someone stabbed a 14-year-old, and medics took him to the hospital. they say they got the call around nine, on wimbledon way -- near the intersection of lynnhaven parkway and holland road. officers say a homicide detective is investigating this, but the teen should recover. a grieving mother is calling for an independent investigation of an officer-involved shooting in virginia beach. in september, officers responded to the 7-eleven on lynnhaven parkway in the salem neighborhood. they say 35-year-old angelo perry opened fire on them, so they fired back on his
27-year-old india kager and their baby in the backseat. perry and kager died. the child was not hurt. days later, police told us perry had a record of crime and violence. they believed he was planning something-- and had him under surveillance at the time of the shooting. today, kager's mother met with a deputy commonwealth's attorney. she laid out her concerns with the police response-- and asked to see surveillance video from that night. she also met with police. 10 on your side's liz palka picks up where our brandi cummings left off today. liz, you spoke to kager's mother and an officer. nicole - i did check in with police. a spokeswoman told me they would not be commenting on this case today - or releasing new information. that includes some of the evidence kager's mother was hoping to discuss. a tearful gina best walks out of the virginia beach police department. she had just met with chief jim cervera for more than an hour. activist jerroll sanders was also in the room... c2 18:15:16 - we
night her daughter was killed. the bottom line is, there was no immediate threat. :26 best, who is india kager's mother, wants to know why police had to move in on suspect angelo perry that morning. police said in a news conference in december - they had been doing surveillance on perry. and believed he was connected to a murder. chief jim cervera said two guns were found in the car kager and perry were sitting in when they were shot and killed by police. 15=07:00 these weapons were used to shoot 5 individuals killing two of them and just 14 days later the same weapon was used to shoot at our police officers" best and sanders want to see surveillance from that night. police said it won't be released until commwealth's attorney colin stolle is finished with it. c2 18:15:58 - are we just to excuse that? stolle has the investigation in his hands now. sanders said cervera explained the report should be complete in about 30 days.
in the day - she wants proof of what police are saying. 2:53 chief cervera said you dont have a split second to make a decision then decide not to do it at that moment. 2:59 prove to me that you could not have handed this situation differently. 3:05 best has told us she is calling for the department of justice to have an independent investigation on kager and perry's death. a petition on the matter is also circulating. i'm liz palka, 10 on your side. last night, we reported: gina best-- and the daughter of murder victim, guy cuffee, had posted videos online. best accused virginia beach police of wrongdoing, while lera jackson defended the officers. editor please add super time for lera jackson sot conscious. how do you do this? 1:33 (butt) sot from fb video lera jackson, guy cuffee's daughter 7:28 blame angelo. blame angelo for putting his child as well and his girlfriend, fiance or whoever she was to him in danger. you can't blame
their job. one of the crimes police have connected to perry includes cuffee's murder. he was shot and killed in the green run area, in july. learn more about the officer-involved shooting. our previous coverage is posted on wavy dot com. the "windy city" lived up to its name today -- some gusts whipped through chicago at nearly 60-miles-per-hour. want me to help you across the street? whoa! a local n-b-c reporter and a second man helped a woman cross the sidewalk. you can see her struggling to stand! fire offiicals say skyscrapers were swaying in the wind, and debris was crashing to the sidewalk. they even had to evacuate several buildings this afternoon. the wind knocked down power lines and left thousands in the dark. public transit officials also delayed train service. we have
(anchors ad lib toss to don) tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm breeze. highs: mid- 60s. winds: sw 10-15 clouds with showers developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw. tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm breeze. highs: mid- 60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. sunday: increasing clouds with showers developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw.tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm breeze. highs: mid-
mph. sunday: increasing clouds with showers developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw. (anchors ad lib toss to don) tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm breeze. highs: mid- 60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. sunday: increasing clouds with showers developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw. tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm
60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. sunday: increasing clouds with showers developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw.tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm breeze. highs: mid- 60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. (anchors ad lib toss to don) tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. warm breeze. highs: mid- 60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. sunday: increasing clouds with showers developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw. tonight: a few clouds. lows: 5-15 mph. saturday:
breeze. highs: mid- 60s. winds: sw 10-15 mph. sunday: increasing clouds with showers developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw.tonight: a few clouds. lows: upper-30s. winds: s 5-15 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. developing late. highs: mid-60s. winds: light sw. want to be an astronaut? join the club! hear just how many people want to make space
there are a whole lot of people hoping they have what it takes to be astronauts. nasa says it has received a record 18- thousand applications for the candidate training program. that's nearly three times the number they got in 20-12 -- the most recent class. the previous record was set in 19-78, when the agency got eight-thousand applications. since 19-59, there have only been 338 astronauts. when nasa selects the final candidates, they'll
basic training-- before getting their assignments. new tonight -- a rare spider-man comic has sold for a record price! the 19-62 edition of "amazing fantasy" number 15 sold for more than 454- thousand dollars. it boasts the first appearance of the web-slinging hero, peter parker. that's a record for any spider-man comic, according to a dallas auction house. the man who sold it says he bought it in new york back in 19-80 for 12-hundred dollars. it's now in the hands of an anonymous collector. a final look at what to expect sunday at the daytona 500--the steelers say goodbye tonight to one their top players. and friday night high school basketball highlights next on the
kyle busch, missed last year's daytona 500 after breaking his leg and his foot in a horrible crash the day before. kyle came back to win the season championship, will he back that up with a win on sunday? i'm bruce rader, as we get set for the start of the new nascar season--the daytona 500, sunday at noon on fox 43. kyle, the top driver among the joe gibbs fearsome foursome, will start on the
side pole winner rookie chase elliott. he won the second of the twin qualifying races last night, scoring his third victory in a duel race and 8th overall at daytona. and kyle replaces matt kenseth in the number two spot for the 500 after matt and jimmy johnson and several other drivers were swallowed up in a last-lap crash last night in that second qualifying race. both kenseth and johnson will be forced to drive backup cars--and even though matt won the 500 in a backup car seven years ago, you don't want to start in the back at daytona. the daytona 500 sunday at noon on fox 43. high schools all over the state are wrapping up conference basketball tournaments as teams get ready for the upcoming regional tournaments. norcom won the 4a state title last season, is now in group 3a, and the greyhounds were playing for the conference 27 title. norcom has won four state titles under head coach
they look like a good bet to win another one. the greyhounds, at home against phoebus from hampton. phoebus wearing blue. the phantoms, going to work on the outside. robert smith, confident stroke on the 3 pointer. but norcom can beat you in so many ways. travis fields the floater, 26 points, 11 assists and 5 streals for ingram. and then there is norcom's other travis.......travis ingram. number 15. drives the baseline and skies for the 2 handed slam dunk, and he was just getting warmed up. norcom, smothering defense, greyhounds force the turnover, fields feeds to ingram and this time it's the one handed jam. ingram, 17 points, 10 rebounds and 5 steals. norcom wins its conference. 88 to 69 over phoebus. both teams still qualify for the 3a region tournament. landstown wins the coastal conference 52 to 34 over cox. in the monitor merrimac conference final, it was woodside over oscar smith.
taylor defeats king's fork. the pen south final is tomorrow night between bethel and hampton. heath miller, widely regarded as the best tight end in steelers history, announced his retirement today. miller, the team's first-round draft pick in 2005 out of the university of virginia virginia, is the franchise's all-time leader for tight ends in receptions, recieving yards and receiving touchdowns miller started in three super bowls, helped the steelers win the super
a rookie and again after something is just fundamentally broken when african americans are more likely to be arrested by police, and sentenced to longer prison terms, for doing the same thing that whites do. ...when too many encounters with law enforcement end tragically. we need investments in education, health
care and jobs, to counter generations of neglect. we have to face up to the hard truth of injustice and systemic racism. i'm hillary clinton,
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