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plus, today will be huge for decision 2016. hear from the leading candidates in south carolina and nevada. good saturday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra tate. today: variable cloudiness, and unseasonably warm. highs in the mid 60s. breezy.. turns mainly cloudy with scattered showers for the late afternoon & evening. highs in the mid-upper 60s. wind: sw 10-20mph. a warm southerly wind will usher warmer air our way for the weekend. plan on temps being
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weekend...warmest on sunday. however, an area of low pressure will move into our area on sunday...bringing us a chance for showers the 2nd half of the day. from that point, the forecast thursday. finally, for friday, high pressure takes control again...settling our weather police in virginia beach are trying to figure out
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boy. it happened around 9 last night on wimbledon way. that's near intersection of lynnhaven parkway and holland road. police say they found a 14-year-old boy who had been stabbed. he went to the hospital and should recover. investigators haven't released any information about suspects. police dispatchers in hampton say their officers are also investigating a stabbing. this one happened around 8:30 last night on gloucester street -- about a block off victoria boulevard. dispatchers say the victim was not badly hurt. new this morning -- we can show you the mug shot of a william & mary researcher facing this is 46-year-old michael wilson -- he's a research biologist at the college...and lives in richmond. he's charged with four felony counts of possessing child porn. campus police arrested him on friday afternoon. school officials say he's been at the college since 2004 - working at the center for conservation biology. locals and students at the school find the reports disturbing.
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01:24:36 "i can't believe it's happening here in williamsburg i mean we're such a small town and lizzie pater - w&m freshman 01:25:49 it makes me really uncomfortable especially since coming in during orientation we got this really strong sense of community the school placed wilson on administrative leave. and he's not allowed to come on campus. he's at the virginia peninsula regional jail. we'll be working to find out more about his court case. look for updates on wavy-dot-com. another person faces meth charges in newport news...after another meth bust this week. officers arrested 25-year-old tanner meeks on sidney place friday morning. police and hazmat crews raided this home overnight thursday into friday. it's their third meth lab bust in less than a week. 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.
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brett/neighbor ((c40 4:00)) "nobody likes to think anything like this is going on in their chemicals they had in there," ((but too)) ((c26 44:13)) "shocked, amazed, street from me." newport news officers also raided two homes on middlesex road this week. they've arrested a total of four people. 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 chandonnet face charges there. and in hampton-- investigators are trying to figure out whether a meth lab there is connected to the ones in newport news. police say they found the lab wednesday on cynthia drive. investigators are waiting for materials to come back from the lab before they release information about charges. a misunderstanding may be to blame for a lockdown
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eustis. we sent out an alert about this yesterday. the lockdown started around 11:30 in the morning. 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 any gunfire. super=colonel bill galbraith/joint base "there is times weapons will be discharged and not familiar with the military might have jumped to the conclusion" officials lifted the lockdown after about an hour. a military spokesperson says they still don't know if shots were actually fired. the family of a woman killed by virginia beach police wants answers. officers shot and killed 27 year old india kager back in september. 35 year old angelo perry was in her passenger seat -- he was also killed. their baby boy was in the backseat and wasn't hurt. police say they had been
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perry in connection with a murder...and that perry fired at officers first. but, kager's family believes officers should never have approached the vehicle knowing she was in the car. clip 16 - 2:53 chief cervera said you dont prove to me that you could not have handed this situation differently. 3:05 prove it. kager's mother, gina best, met with chief jim cervera on friday. best said they wanted to see surveillance from the 7-11 where the shooting happened. here's more from an activist and family friend. c2 18:16:22 - there was nothing that he could available in about 30 days. best is also calling for an independent investigation by the department of justice. another big step in the elections for the presidential candidates. what you need to know
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shocking video of a robbery. wait until you see what the clerk does when the robber brings out a gun. but up next, another chapter in a story we've been following for more than a year. how a judge sentenced a
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yet. the 56 year old ran a headstone company out of norfolk. but some of his clients paid him for grave markers -- and he didn't deliver. about a dozen of those clients contacted 10 on your side. prince eventually pleaded guilty to fraud charges in portsmouth, norfolk, virginia beach and chesapeake. he already got 14 months in the virginia beach case. the chesapeake judge gave him 21 more. c 12 25:33 brian best he could, in hindsight as i said i think he should have filed bankruptcy. after this most recent sentence, prince has a total of nearly three years active time. and he could have more coming. his case in norfolk involves nine victims - that's more than the first three cases combined. his hearing in that case is scheduled for april. the city of portsmouth will welcome new leadership in two departments. starting next month, a new chief will take over the fire department. portsmouth's city manager named dwayne bonnette as the fire chief. he has served with the
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department and the coast guard. he has more than 25 years experience in related fields. he starts on march 14th. and 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. various positions across virginia. most recently, she was teh deputy secretary of homeland security. a judge says a pop star can't break her contract with her record company. why she wanted to get out of the deal. but up next, it's a big saturday for the presidential candidates. what they had to say
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the state department released more than 500 documents from hillary clinton's email account friday. officials say 64 of those were labled "confidential"....but none of the information was "classified" when the emails were sent. none are at "secret" or "top secret" level. a total of 47-thousand pages from clinton's emails have been released to the public. the state department says they plan to finish making the e-mails public at the end of the month. those emails came out as clinton campaigned ahead of today's nevada caucus. the democratic presidential candidate had a busy day yesterday. she visited several schools and community groups. first, she held a women and families roundtable, where she talked about child care and family leave policies. she also answered questions at a las vegas high school. someone asked about police violence-- and clinton reiterated her support for effective training for
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and there are too many officers who don't have they use force as a first choice instead of a last resort. so we need body cameras, we need to end police that are supposed to protect them. clinton ended her day with a rally, featuring an appearance by former senator bernie sanders held several rallies across nevada. his last stop took him to the city of henderson. sanders says he is confident he will win the caucus today, he told supporters they have a chance to presidential candidate :33 "tomorrow morning all of you have the opportunity to make american history. from now, people will look back on what happens in nevada and say this was the beginning of the political revolution."
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at 11 a-m local time. republicans candidates also got some last minute campaigning in ahead of today's primaries in south carolina. front runner donald trump held a rally in north charleston last night. trump started off by telling the thousands in the crowd that it's crunch time, and strongly urged them to get out and vote. during his speech, he repeated an apparent myth about how general john pershing executed dozens of muslim prisoners in the phillipines using tainted bullets. however, that story appears to be a hoax spread through chain e-mails, with no evidence it ever happened. men load his rifles and he lined up the 50 people, and they shot 49 of those people.
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problem, okay? "so we better start getting tough and we better start getting vigilant, and we better start using our heads or we're not gonna have a heading into today. the last nbc polls shows he has just a five point lead over ted cruz among
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voters. today: variable cloudiness, and unseasonably warm. highs in the mid 60s. breezy.. wind: sw 10-20mph. tonight: mild... lows in the mid-upper 40s. wind: sw 5-15mph. sunday: turns mainly cloudy with scattered showers for the late afternoon & evening. highs in the mid-upper 60s. wind: sw 10-20mph. a warm southerly wind will usher warmer air our way for the weekend. plan on temps being around 10-15 degrees above normal this weekend...warmest on sunday. however, an area of low pressure will move into our area on
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chance for showers the 2nd half of the day. from that point, the forecast becomes a bit unsettled with disturbances impacting our weather almost everyday thru thursday. finally, for friday, high pressure control again...settling our weather today: variable cloudiness, and unseasonably warm. highs
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breezy.. wind: sw 10-20mph. tonight: mild... lows in the mid-upper 40s. wind: sw 5-15mph. sunday: turns mainly cloudy with scattered showers for the late afternoon & evening. highs in the mid-upper 60s. wind: sw 10-20mph. a warm southerly wind will usher warmer air our way for the weekend. plan on temps being around 10-15 degrees
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weekend...warmest on sunday. however, an area of low pressure will move into our area on sunday...bringing us a chance for showers the 2nd half of the day. from that point, the forecast thursday. finally, for friday, high pressure takes control again...settling our weather the tributes are pouring in for harper lee.
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investigators say an innocent person got hurt in a shooting at an alabama mall last night. police say they think one of the victims was
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was a bystander. three other people got hurt during the incident, but none of them were shot. police are still looking for the shooter. both of the people who got shot are expected to recover. paramedics took a person to the hospital after the boat they were riding on caught fire. this happened near tampa bay yesterday afternoon. take a look at the flames shooting from the boat. a firefighter spokesperson says the people on the boat were able to get off and the person taken to the hospital was only slightly hurt. investigators are trying to figure out what started the fire. we can show you dramatic video from inside a convience store in seattle. it shows an armed robber and clerk shooting at each other. take a look at this video from last thursday you can see the clerk slowly start to give the robber money, but when he looks away, she pulls out a gun. the two fire at eachother at the same head, but his shot hit her in the abdomen. here's what her husband had to say about it. s/min kim/clerk's husband
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him the money and let him go, but there is a chance he could have shot her" the suspect surrendered when police surrounded his car. he is charged with first degree robbery and assault. a major setback for a pop superstar. a new york state supreme court judge says kesha can't break her contract with sony music. the 28-year-old sued the music label back in 20-14. she wants to get out of her contract beacuse she says one of the music producers she worked with sexually and emotianally abused her. she asked the judge to issue an injunction which would keep sony from forcing her to work with lukasz gottwald, better known as doctor luke. but the judge denied the request. demonstrators outside the courthouse say they will continue to rally until kesha gets justice. wilhelm says: "we're hoping that she wins obviously, because that would mean she could have her own music career for other women that maybe are going through the same thing." the judge said that
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state's laws governing contracts and the court couldn't do that. she also noted that sony had offered to let kesha work with another producer. tributes are pouring in for harper lee. lee passed away in her hometown monroeville, alabama in her sleep early yesterday morning. a few hours after she died, black bows were placed on the front of the monroe county heritage museum. the museum was the setting of the famous courtroom scenes from the book and movie adaptation of lee's "to kill a mockingbird" lee was 89 years old. this may not look like class...but virginia tech is teaching students a new craft. the push for brewing education. and in about five dollars of improvements to happening over the next
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good saturday morning
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joining us, i'm lex gray. and i'm meteorologist deitra tate. today: variable cloudiness, and unseasonably warm. highs in the mid 60s. breezy.. wind: sw 10-20mph. tonight: mild... lows in the late afternoon & evening. sunday. however, an area friday, high pressure police in virginia beach are trying to figure out
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boy. it happened around 9 last night on wimbledon way. that's near intersection of lynnhaven parkway and holland road. police say they found a 14-year-old boy who had been stabbed. he went to the hospital and should recover. investigators haven't released any information about suspects. police dispatchers in hampton say their officers are also investigating a stabbing. this one happened around 8:30 last night on gloucester street -- about a block off victoria boulevard. dispatchers say the
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a william and mary employee is accused of having child pornography. and new this morning, we can show you his mugshot. this is 46-year-old michael wilson -- he's a research biologist at the college. the richmond man is charged with four felony counts of possessing child porn. campus police arrested him on friday afternoon. school officials say he's been at the college since 2004 - working at the center for conservation biology. we talked to students and people who live in the area about the charges. c1 bryan cole -- williamsburg resident 25:17 it's nerveracking looking at child pornography lizzie pater - w&m freshman 26:40 that is feel like an adult quite becaue i'm a freshman and yeah that is kind of bothersome the school placed wilson on administrative leave. he's not allowed on
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working to learn when he's due in court. look for updates on wavy.com happening today -- the funeral for supreme court justice antonin scalia. yesterday, the public paid their respects at the united state supreme court great hall. president obama and the first lady came to a ceremony for family, friends, and the eight remaining supreme court justices. scalia's funeral will be later this morning. vice president joe biden and his wife, doctor jill biden are scheduled to attend. scalia died in texas last week. it is believed he died of natural causes. 10 on your side uncovered more about a drug arrest in portsmouth. court documents show that when officers were confronting a suspected drug dealer...a buyer showed up. laura goodman faces charges for the incident on tuesday, at the riverwalk inn and suites. investigators say she opened the door, and police could see crack cocaine sitting out. the papers say police found hundreds of dollars in cash, drugs and a scale. they did not say whether
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we've learned more from norfolk police -- about what's happening with one of their officers accused of indecent exposure. that officer is now on administrative duty. 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 the officer showed himself to her saturday on frederick boulevard. she picked him out of a photo lineup. senator mark warner wants to see more progress at the hampton v-a medical center. he says he wants employees to build on improvements they've already made. warner was in town visiting with cybersecurity experts friday. 10 on your side also asked him about the v-a, because we've been investigating issues there for months. those issues 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 build a new facility. warner says some
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have been making it more difficult for the v-a to expand its facilities. some roads in our area will benefit from 2-billion dollars' worth of transportation projects. but it's not happening as quickly as some might like 10 on your side is learning more about which road projects will start first. the hampton roads transportation planning organization has scheduled several projects over the next 6 years. the plans will widen i-64 on the peninsula from newport news past williamsburg. then the i-64 and 264 interchange. after that -- the i-64 southside high rise bridge will be widened. the hampton roads transit accountability commission has fully funded these projects. they're paid through gas and sales tax as well as state and federal money. kevin page /hrtac c0004 13:28 "we can use the available resources to construct those projects
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13:40 the 3rd crossing however will have to wait. a study comes back next year to give both groups an idea of how long that local domestic violence shelter to open its doors in chesapeake. we first told you about the new "her shelter" in june. it was supposed to open in october, but a new state code sidelined the project. people behind the shelter got that sorted out -- and finally got an occupancy permit. they plan to start taking clients on march 9th a reality t-v show based on a chesapeake hoarder will air this weekend. in august, we were there knell's ridge neighborhood home. the city could have fined the homeowner -- but chose to contact the show, in hopes of solving the problem. hoarding is called "cluttering" in city code -- and officials say it residents from getting around safely. a man in solitary confinement for a crime he says he didn't commit is finally out of jail. what activists are saying about it. plus, two colleges in indiana are dealing with an outbreak of a
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what officials say they are doing to stop the spread. but up next, what sounds like a college students dream come true. a look at virginia tech's new brewery.
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so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. 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
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virginia tech is stepping into the growing craft beer industry.. and it's bringing students along. the university opened its very own brewhouse. students and professionals can now learn about about malting.. brewing.. and fermentation. bethany teague has more on the unique setup. pkg
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tech senior everything from step a to step z. the craft beer industry is making waves across virginia.. pouring more than eight billion dollars into the economy each year. herbert bruce that has the ability to look at craft brewing and help with the industry. thanks to this hands-on experience.. students are learning what it will take to jump on board making his own home brew.. but he is quickly finding out how much more it would take to thrive as a professional. nick patrick virginia tech senior 1:05-1:18 [t - () - nick patrick virginia tech in with the mindset of it would be as simple as brewing a five-gallon batch, i would have been blown out of the water, that eventually this will be a collaboration space for local beer makers as well. firefighters save puppies from a burning building.
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from a burning building. more on the rescue
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the final member of the so-called "angola three" is out of prison. albert woodfox got out yesterday after he pleaded "no contest" in his third trial for the 19-72 killing of brent miller. miller worked as a prison guard at the lousiana state penitentary. woodfox has spent more than 40 years in solitary confinement, even though his conviction was overturned
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international cause because of the "lack of evidence" tying him to the crime. s/george kendall/woodfox's lawyer :11 "we are very happy that mr. woodfox is out. obviously, we're also happy that this case is settled finally so :09 "there's going to be a celebration in new orleans. we're celebrating around the everywhere." herman wallace was also tried in the killing and a third inmate, robert king, was linked to the crime but never charged. woodfox was originally in prison on an armed robbery conviction. a close call for a man in austrailia. a train nearly hit him. take a look at this video from a security camera at a train station. it shows the man trying to cross the tracks. one train was leaving the station, and he crossed behind it as another train was coming in. he apparently saw the oncoming train at the last second, and
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been a deadly collision. the austrailian public transport company released the video to warn people about the more than 450 near-miss cases in the past year. u-s warplanes took out an isis training camp in libya. the pentagon announced that a tunisian man described as a key isis operative is likely dead. the strike left a big crater in the ground and destroyed several builidngs. local officials in libya estimate more than 40 people died, and several more are wounded. crews pulled the wreckage of a sightseeing helicopter out of pearl harbor, one day after it crashed in the water. the pilot noticed something was wrong, and told air traffic control he was "going down.' it took divers and other workers about an hour to get the helicopter back to the surface. they took it to joint base pearl harbor- hickam. a 15 year old boy was critically hurt in the crash and two others are in serious condition. the n-t-s-b will now investigate what is left of the helicopter to figure out what went wrong. state officials in
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outbreak on two college campuses. students at indiana university and butler university are affected by the outbreak. butler has nine confirmed cases, indiana university has four. both colleges say they are working with the state health department to stop the spread of the illness. campus officials at butler say everyone affected received the proper immunizations. levester johnson / vp of student affairs, butler university:18 "we've sent information out to all of our the right thing to make sure they are protected and our community is protected." mumps is highly contagious and health officials encourage everyone to be vaccinated. a dog and her puppies are safe -- all thanks to firefighters who rescued them from a burning apartment building in miami. investigators say the fire started in the kitchen of the apartment where the dogs lived. the dogs were suffering from smoke inhailation when the rescuers got there.
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still four puppies missing, but they were able to save most of them. (capt. ignatius carroll, miami fire rescue) "seeing that they were trucks and started administrating oxygen and actually starting to treat these puppies, trying to save them." the red cross is helping people who live there. none of them were hurt. today: variable cloudiness, and unseasonably warm. highs in the mid 60s. breezy.. wind: sw 10-20mph. tonight: mild... lows in the mid-upper 40s. wind: sw 5-15mph. sunday: turns mainly cloudy with scattered
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afternoon & evening. highs in the mid-upper 60s. wind: sw 10-20mph. a warm southerly wind will usher warmer air our way for the weekend. plan on temps being around 10-15 degrees above normal this weekend...warmest on sunday. however, an area of low pressure will move into our area on sunday...bringing us a chance for showers the 2nd half of the day. from that point, the forecast becomes a bit unsettled with disturbances impacting our weather almost everyday thru thursday. finally, for friday, high pressure takes control again...settling our
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daytona 500 weekend got off to a wild start. a look at a spectacular crash from last night's
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thursday. finally, for friday, high pressure
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thousands of people got married at the same time yesterday. members of the unification church took part in a mass wedding ceremony at a stadium northeast of seoul. nearly 15-thousand couples from all over the world came to the stadium to tie the knot. nearly 12-thousand couples who couldn't get in the stadium participated via a simulcast outside. the leader of the unification church led the ceremony which was first held in 1961 with 36 couples - and has grown over the years. l/ gapyeong, south korea :02 soundbites:duration: s/ johannes van dorsten/ bridegroom :10 s/ johannes van dorsten/ really long time and now was founded in south korea in 1954 and has expanded throughout the world. it's a big weekend in the racing world. the daytona 500 is sunday. other races lead up to that -- like last night's truck series race. it's definitely a finish fans are going to
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take a look, it's the last lap of the race, and christopher bell gets turned into the outside wall, goes airborne, and then starts flipping down the frontstretch. the truck flipped 13 times. fortunately, bell was okay, and was able to walk to the ambulance to get checked out. johnny sauter won the race. listen to this one. a deer walks into a liquor store. this isn't the setup to a joke, this actaully happened. take a look at this. survelliance picture show the doe push open the front door of the a-b-c store in clifton forge, outside of roanoke. employees say it headed straight for the bourbon aisle, maybe to pick up some red stag. but because she had no i-d and no cash, employees eventually got her back out the door. another arrest made in an investigation into meth labs in newport news. a look at the third bust
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this morning -- we can show you the william & mary employee facing child porn charges. what we're
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about his case. a grieving mother wants answers from virginia beach police. why she says -- her daughter shouldn't have died. plus, today will be huge for decision 2016. hear from the leading candidates in south carolina and nevada. good saturday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra tate. today: variable cloudiness, and unseasonably warm. highs in the mid 60s. breezy.. wind: sw mainly cloudy with scattered showers for the usher warmer air our way for the weekend. plan on sunday. however, an area

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