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portsmouth police officially have a new chief. tanya chapman was officially sworn in to start her new job as head of the city's first african-american woman to hold the position. 10 on your side's jason marks was there for chief chapman's ceremony. jason? chief chapman says today was a dream come true. a day she has dreamed about for 27 years when she began her career in law enforcement. chapman was serving as the commonwealth's deputy secretary of public safety and homeland security. before that she spent time with the both the arlington and richmond
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she spoke a little bit today about her vision as treat all citizens with respect and to do the right thing when no one is looking. she comes into a department that is under the microscope after officer stephen rankin was charged with killing william chapman last year. the new chief says in this day and age, police departments need to open what's going on. chapman/portsmouth police 55=:42:50 "transparency and accountability leads to legitimacy so that is extremely important to me and it has been important in my career to up hold the highest ethical standards and to hold others accountable as well so i will be as transparent as possible" chief chapman is the first african american woman to be chief in portsmouth. today just before her took her oath william chapman's family held a peaceful march from the courthouse to
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their message to the new chief starting today at 4. live in portsmouth jason marks 10 on your side within the last hour hampton police identified the man shot and killed in their city this morning. they say his name is jermaine jackson of hampton. someone shot him on powhatan parkway near victoria boulevard around 3:50 this morning. the shooter is still out there. 10 on your side's lex gray is working to find lex? right katie - i just talked to hampton police. now, i'm working to find out more about the victim, jermaine jackson. police couldn't tell me whether he was targeted for any reason - but they did isolated. this is video from earlier this morning, while police were still on the scene on investigators say someone shot
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seat of a car that was in an alley behind this house. first responders took him to the hospital, where he died. we're still working right now to find out what jackson was doing here...whether he lived here, or was visiting someone. police haven't arrested anyone in this case, or named any suspects. but again - they do believe the shooting was isolated. i'll be working today to learn more about the case. look for updates on wavy news 10 starting at 4. live in hampton, lex gray, 10 on your side there are extra law enforcement officers at camden county high school today. that's because threat against the school. last night, the sheriff's office got a call from an unknown person saying he was going to attack the school around noon today. camden county schools sent out an alert to parents and students telling them sheriff's office is trying to figure out who made the call and if threat. still, there are extra just in case. new at midday -- the york-poqouson sherriff's
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robbed a gas station this morning. police say a man walked into the valero gas station on york street near williamsburg around 7:15. he went to the clerk, pulled out a gun, and demanded money. after he got some cash, he ran away. york county deputies took a man into custody during a traffic stop. police say someone saw the car leaving the area of the robbery. police think the man is connected to incidents in york, gloucester, and poquoson as well. if any charges are filed, we'll let you know. now to decision 20-16 news. coming off the south carolina republican and nevada's democratic causus, the presidential candidates are looking ahead to super tuesday. next week, voters in 13 states, including virginia, will head to the polls. it's a close race and many of the front- runners have their campaigns focused on hampton roads. tomorrow senator bernie sanders is scheduled to hold a rally at the scope cruz will both visit university in virginia
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wednesday and cruz, friday. doctor ben regent next monday. if you'd like to see any of the candidates heading to our area, we put the information on wavy dot com's homepage. representative from the department of elections is in hampton. they are trying to figure out how and why absentee ballots used to test the machines were sent to voters. 10 on your side's anita blanton joins us now live in the newsroom with the story. katie- there are many questions about how something like this can happen. our brandi cummings is working this story right now. i can tell you she just got off the phone with the hampton registrar who confirmed there's a clerical error on approximately 17 of the test ballots that were sent out between feb 11 - feb 18. a 10 on your side viewer contacted us saying he got this ballot in the already has bernie sanders' name selected. brandi also contacted the department of elections.
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hampton has told the doe they have identified the voters who got the ballots and they're working to give them the correct ones. the registrar also told brandi they have new voting machines and a new vendor. the vendor apparently sent a big box with absentee ballots along with test ballots for both parties. they were not expecting test ballots. deadline for absentee ballot by mail is five p.m. tomorrow. brandi's headed to interview someone with the electoral board right now. you can watch her reports tonight beginning with wavy news 10 beginning at 4. live in the newsroom, anita blanton 10 on your side. fire officials say they will discuss a series of meth lab busts in newport news. the department says it wants to spread awareness to the community about the potential risks from
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in about an hour, firefighters will give us a closer look at the dangerous situations posed by the drugs: from suspects, to responders. improper handling of meth labs can result in explosions and, at its worst, the loss of life. in the past week, police raided three different meth lab operations in newport news - two on middlesex road and the latest friday on sidney place. three people face felony charges in those busts. in today's session, fire officials won't discuss the specifics of the current cases, but instead will give us a look into how they respond to the busts and handle the hazardous materials. police in hampton say a possible meth lab bust those in newport news. wednesday we told you consistent with making meth on investigators sent the substance away for testing. so far police have not made any arrests. police in norfolk busted a meth lab sunday morning. domestic situation. police say two men lived
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street, near colley avenue. one of the men went to the police - claiming his partner assaulted him. when police went to serve a warrant, they say they found an active meth lab. officers evacuated the building, blocked off the street and sent a hazmat crew inside. neighbors say they could not get back in their homes for almost six hours. (sot) aaron cooper / neighbor c0060 1:45:36 "its unbeliveable because you dont know whats going on. 'dont ever say god aint looking out'. that's right all the time he must have been looking out because we wouldnt have known anything." 1:45:48 the fire marshall said the home is unsafe. both men are in custody this midday as police figure out what charges they face. still ahead - killed over a cell phone. more on a murder in alabama. plus - silent killer. a family of six found dead in their home...yet police don't believe a crime was committed. also still to come, many of us have plans for out tax refunds. but what should we really
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plus - incredible pictures of a bus fire in illinois. why passengers are thankful for the driver. and - it's a cool and cloudy day. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking the chance of rain in the forecast. when you can expect to see it - in his super
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police in alabama are investigating a murder they say happened over a stolen cell phone. they say a suspect shot a 23-year-old man twice in the chest sunday night. investigators belive the shooter is a man that about a stolen cell phone. police say the victim tracked down the alleged thief using an app called
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my iphone." fairfield police dept :09) "contact your local police departments. let the police do their job stolen property. don't take these matters into things normally don't turn out too good." police are working to suspect. a woman in miami is in a coma after police say she was attacked by her police say 35-year-old byron mitchell attacked 23-year-old danielle jones on valentine's day. mitchell says he was just defending himself after jones came at him with a knife. authorities say mitchell recently moved into the apartment after responding to an ad on craigslist. mitchell is in jail on attempted murder charges. a judge will decide if a lawsuit brought by families of the victims of the sandy hook elementary massacre can go forward. the families of the victims are trying to sue the companies that make the ar-15 rifle. that's the gun adam lanza used to kill twenty childern and six adults back in december of 20-12.
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recent test of a federal law designed to protect gun makers from liability when their guns are used in crimes. since the lawmakers passed the "protection lawful commerce in arms" act in 2005, nearly every lawsuit like this against gunmakers has been dismissed. a relative found a couple and their four children dead in their home outside of detroit. investigators say they think everyone in the house died of carboon monoxide poisoning. the children range in age from two to eleven. the sheriff says a generator was running in the lower floor of the house. someone left it on after power outages in the area friday night. (s/ sheriff robert pickell/ genesee county, mi :09 ) "no matter how investigations you conduct seeing young children, an entire family wiped out is just a very very sad thing." investigators are trying to figure out why carbon monoxide detectors did not go off. police in new orleans arrested a man they say hit five people with an a-t-v. they say 31-year-old earl
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of the vehicle, and swerved into a crowd watching a parade. investigators say guy tried to run away from the scene, but police caught him a short time later. all of the victims are expected to recover. chyrons: new orleans, la officials in central west virginia had to close a highway because of constant rockslides over the weekend. the latest slide on happened sunday afternoon. nobody was hurt, but neighbors say cars were travelling on that section of the road shortly before the rock slide began. workers brought in heavy equipment to move the boulders from the road. firefighters say rockslides on this stretch of road are common. l/ kanawah county, west virginia :02 sot: duration: s/ patrick clark / pinch volunteer fire dept. :09 s/ patrick clark / pinch volunteer fire dept. :09 it could happen at any time, and again it's very scary. rockslides in west virginia happen often this time of year. experts say rain and water from melting snow causes the ground to soften and the heavy rocks come loose.
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track) rest of today: mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 50s. winds ne 10-20mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. showers roll in... lows will be in the low 40s. winds ne 10-15mph. tuesday: cloudy. rain likely. highs will be in the low 50s. winds ne 10-15mph. we will have cooler northeasterly winds behind a front that crossed this morning. so, it's a cooler day with highs in the low 50s. after 7pm, some showers will start to roll back overnight. tomorrow, the rain continues as warm/moist air will overrun the cooler air at the surface. this will create a soggy scenario for a good portion of the day; so, make sure to carry the umbrella. highs will be in the low 50s. then a warm front will move
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warmer with a chance for rain and thunderstorms by wednesday afternoon. a second cold front will move through the region wednesday night. it will cool things down for thursday. then the weather looks quiet and mild going into next
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up next on midday - tax season is here and several people are looking forward to their tax refund. tips on how to make the most of the money coming your way. plus - a pop star helps out another singer in her
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just when you thought you could take that tax refund you're getting and splurge on something you want...along comes an idea on what you really need to do with it. nbc's chris clackum has our story. (natsound/airplane) if tempted to use your 2015 tax refund to indulge yourself... you are not alone. (sot/ mos :10 - :14 ) "maybe a day at the spa...i know that sounds crazy but maybe just a day of total relaxation" because the irs is on pace to match or exceed last year's...77-million refund checks....that averaged about 28-hundred dollars apiece... ...many of the lucky ones this year have already spent it. (sot/ zach wright / taxpayer / charlotte, nc :29 - :32) "in an imaginary world i would get some season tickets to the panthers" but financial advisors say it doesn't take much imagination to figure out what you should do with off high interest rate debt and that's typically consumer debt like credit cards"
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credit card debt is the most insidious... because it grows daily. but also recommends putting refund money into an emergency fund ...that reduces the potential for more debt.. ...and then depositing much, if not all of what's left into a retirement account. hobart financial group 1:06 - 1:12) "that means making sure your 401k or your ira is maxed out or more importantly maybe starting a roth ira" or maybe he says you should adjust your withholdings... so, you aren't providing the government with an interest-free loan for next year. chris clackum, nbc news. as we speak, local police are searching for the person who shot and killed a man this morning. important
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the break. welcome back. i'm katie collett. we have a lot to get to
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i'm katie collett. we have a lot to get to in the next half hour. now it's time to get a check of your forecast. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. clouds and sun, shaping up to be a nice day. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy doppler 10 weather center... rest of today: mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 50s. winds ne 10-20mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. showers roll in... lows will be in the low 40s. winds ne 10-15mph. tuesday: cloudy. rain likely. highs will be in the low 50s. winds ne 10-15mph. northeasterly winds behind a front that crossed this morning. so, it's a cooler day with highs in the low 50s. after 7pm, some showers will start to roll back into our area with the coverage increasing overnight. tomorrow, the rain continues as warm/moist air will overrun the cooler air at
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create a soggy scenario for a good portion of the day; so, make sure to carry the umbrella. highs will be in the low 50s. then a warm front will move through the area on wednesday. we'll be warmer with a chance for rain and thunderstorms by wednesday afternoon. a second cold front will move through the region wednesday night. it will thursday. then the weather looks quiet and mild going into next weekend. now to decision 20-16 news. coming off the south carolina republican primary and nevada's democratic causus, the presidential candidates are looking ahead to super tuesday. next week, voters in 13 states, including virginia, will head to the polls. it's a close race and many of the front- runners have their campaigns focused on
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tomorrow senator bernie sanders is scheduled to hold a rally at the scope in norfolk. later this week donald trump and senator ted cruz will both visit regent university in virginia beach. trump will speak wednesday and cruz, friday. doctor ben carson plans to come to regent next monday. if you'd like to see any of the candidates heading to our area, we put the information on wavy dot com's homepage. right now a representative from the department of elections is in hampton - trying to figure out how and why absentee ballots used to test the machines were sent to voters. the hampton registrar says a clerical error on approximately 17 test ballots were sent out between feb 11 - feb 18. a 10 on your side viewer contacted us saying he got this ballot in the mail. you can see, it already has bernie sanders' name selected. the city of hampton has told the doe they have identified the voters who got the ballots and they're working to give them the correct ones. deadline for absentee
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p.m. tomorrow. portsmouth officially has a new police chief. tanya chapman was sworn in as the new head of the police department this morning. the city announced chapman as the new chief earlier this month. she has a lot of experience with several different departments across the commonwealth. she most recently was the deputy secretary of public safety and homeland security. we now know the name of the victim of a deadly shooting in hampton this morning, police say someone shot 35-year-old jermaine jackson on powhatan parkway near victoria boulevard around 3:50. paramedics took jackson to the hospital where he died about half an hour later. a neighbor describes what he heard happen. "i heard like sums thumps like someone was banging on my door but that's how loud it sounded. then i jumped up and when i jumped up i heard some screaming and that's what made me actually realize it was gunshots" police are still trying to figure out who shot jackson.
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suspect information yet. if you know anything about the shooting, call the crime line. remember, you don't have to give your name. there are extra law enforcement officers at camden county high school today. that's because someone called in a threat against the school. last night, the sheriff's office got a call from an unknown person saying he was going to attack the school around noon today. camden county schools sent out an alert to parents and students telling them about the threat. the sheriff's office is trying to figure out who made the call and if it was a legitimite threat. still, there are extra deputies at the school just in case. new at midday -- the york-poqouson sherriff's office arrested a man williamsburg police say robbed a gas station this morning. police say a man walked into the valero gas station on york street near quarterpath road in williamsburg around 7:15. he went to the clerk, pulled out a gun, and demanded money. after he got some cash, he ran away. york county deputies took a man into custody during a traffic stop. police say someone saw the car leaving the area of the robbery. police think the man is connected to
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gloucester, and poquoson as well. if any charges are filed, we'll let you know. fire officials say they will discuss a series of meth lab busts in newport news. the department says it wants to spread awareness to the community about the potential risks from in-home meth labs. in about an hour, firefighters will give us a closer look at the dangerous situations posed by the drugs: from suspects, to neighbors, and first responders. improper handling of meth labs can result in explosions and, at its worst, the loss of life. in the past week, police raided three different meth lab operations in newport news - two on middlesex road and the latest friday on sidney place. three people face felony charges in those busts. in today's session, fire officials say they won't discuss the specifics of the current cases, but instead will give us a look into how they respond to the busts and possible meth lab bust last week is connected to
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in newport news. wednesday we told you officers found items consistent with making meth on cynthia drive. investigators sent the substance away for testing. so far police have not made any arrests. police in norfolk busted a meth lab sunday morning. they say it started as a domestic situation. police say two men lived in the second floor apartment on west 27th street, near colley avenue. one of the men went to the police - claiming his partner assaulted him. when police went to serve a warrant, they say they found an active meth lab. officers evacuated the building, blocked off the street and sent a hazmat crew inside. neighbors say they could not get back in their homes for almost six hours. (sot) aaron cooper / neighbor c0060 1:45:36 "its unbeliveable because you dont know whats going on. 'dont ever say god aint looking out'. that's right all the time he must have been looking out because we wouldnt have known anything." 1:45:48 the fire marshall said the home is unsafe. both men are in custody this midday as police figure out what charges
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breaking news out of virginia beach. mayor will sessoms is making a big announcement only on 10. 10 on your side's andy fox spoke with mayor sessoms to get the big
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cities in hampton roads are failing to use a law that could make better use of involves d-u-i cases where extra services such as fire & rescue need to respond. investigative reporter chris horne has a preview of his special report "failing to fine". when police make a dui stop, sometimes they're not the only ones who have to respond. it could require an ambulance, tow truck, or city repair crews if public property was damaged -- all on the taxpayer's dime. but when retired officer ronald mcclenny was still
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he got a law passed that changed that. now the dui offender would pay the city for those extra resources. c 1 5:23 ronald mcclenny retired police officer -- could use that money for something else but we found several cities large and small that either have the law don't have it on the books at all. c 1 9:13 ronald mcclenny retired police officer -- it doesn't make any sense. you've got an offender who has comitted a crime, you have an offender who's been convicted of a crime, but yet they don't have to pay the penalty because those reimbursements cover city expenses, they can end up saving some tax dollars. virginia beach has found a way to make the law work. c 1 29:51 john atkinson virginia beach treasurer -- it's not a large sum of money but obviously in an environment such as ours, anything helps. we examine a tool that your city can use to collect money from people who break the law, and ease the burden a bit on taxpayers. chris horne 10 on your side be sure to watch our 10 investigation "failing to fine" tonight at 6 with coverage beginning
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pack your appetites because virginia beach restaurant week starts today. nearly one hundred restaurants around the resorty city are offering up lunch and dinner specials. lunch ranges starts around 12-dollars, and you can get three course dinners for about 22-dollars. this is the 11th year for the event. more more information and a look at the menus, go to h-r-scene-dot-com. still ahead on midday- passengers lose a lot of their items in a bus fire. but, they say they are thankful for the bus driver. we'll tell you why. plus - a finish for the ages. a look at the end of the daytona 500. plus - we're on your side with another look at the super doppler 10 forecast
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we're working to learn more about breaking news in norfolk police say a vehicle ran into the soap n suds at 5-points. that's the business on chesapeake boulevard. we're told someone was hurt - but should be ok. we'll bring you more information as it becomes available. we are working to learn more about a shooting spree in michigan over the weekend. police in kalamazoo say 45-year-old jason dalton killed six people and hurt two more over the course of seven hours, saturday. five people were shot in the parking lot of a cracker barrel. four of them died, and a 14-year-old girl was thought to be dead, but harvest her organs. 2 more people
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allegedly shot them at a car dealership. investigators say dalton targeted all of his victims randomly. investigators say dalton killed those people while he was at work. dalton is an uber driver and picked up customers during the entire seven hour spree. a couple from indianapolis got in his car the night of the shooting. they say they got an uber after hearing a shooter was on the loose, thinking it would be their safest option. the couple talked with dalton during the ride, and even mentioned the shootings to him. they asked him a chilling him and said...you are not the shooter are you? and he said no...and i said are you sure...and he said no...i'm just really tired. looking back it was a weird way to respond." police say they found a gun in dalton's uber car and they believe he used that weapon during his spree. eleven people are hurt after the tour bus they were riding on crashed into a bridge in australia. paramedics took the bus
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to the hospital to get checked out. media in melbourne reports rescue workers took an hour to free four people trapped in the wreckage. a firefighter describes the rescue efforts. s/ andrew o'connell/ melbourne metropolitan fire brigade commander :12 "they had to firstly push the roof back up out of the way and then patients were remarkably uninjured, by the way, so most of them could actually then rescue themselves." police are investigating what may have caused the bus to crash. and fortunately no one was hurt when this megabus caught on fire in illinois. the bus was heading to minneapolis. riders say the quick actions of the driver lead to all 40 passengers getting off the bus before it caught fire. one passenger said there was a loud boom, followed by a lot of black smoke. even though everyone is okay, the passengers lost everything travelling with them. (s/ terry griffin / passenger:04) "i lost everything. my social security card. all my clothes." (s/ alec grych / passenger:05) "i heard a loud boom. a big explosion. the bus passenger:06) a lot of us
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in my luggage a lot of people lost a lot of stuff." officials are trying to figure out why the bus caught on fire. pop singer kesha gained another major supporter in her legal fight against her record producer. a spokesperson for taylor swift says the singer donated 250-thousand dollars to help kesha with any of her financial needs. on friday, kesha lost a court fight to break her contract with sony music and producer doctor luke. kesha claims the producer drugged and raped her. the case has drawn fans to protest outside of the courthouse where the case was heard. other stars like lady gaga, demi lovato, and ariana grande are speaking out in support of kesha and her battle. sports reporter erin andrews is in nashville today for her negligence lawsuit against marriott hotels. back in 2008, a man rigged hotel peepholes and filmed andrews while she changed her clothes. andrews is accusing marriott of allowing david barrett to book
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allowing him to make the videos. andrews is seeking 75-million dollars in damages. barrett pleaded guilty to federal stalking charges in 2009. the death toll of a cyclone that hit fiji over the weekend is rising. 18 people died in the storm. today, crews started cleaning up the damage. a government official says supplies are being sent to remote locations. schools were some of the hardest hit buildings. a teacher says she is concerned the storm is going to cost her students the chance to learn. s/ lavinia ketewai/ family and i think it will be very sad for them to see that the school has been damaged as such and i don't know if they'll let the students come to this school or find other schools that are available." winds from the cyclone topped 177 miles an hour. fiji is under a state of emergency for the next thirty days.
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track) rest of today: mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 50s. winds ne 10-20mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. showers roll in... lows will be in the low 40s. winds ne 10-15mph. tuesday: cloudy. rain likely. highs will be in the low 50s. winds ne 10-15mph. we will have cooler northeasterly winds behind a front that crossed this morning. so, it's a cooler day with highs in the low 50s. after 7pm, some showers will start to roll back into our area with the coverage increasing overnight. tomorrow, the rain continues as warm/moist air will overrun the cooler air at the surface. this will create a soggy scenario for a good portion of the day; so, make sure to through the area on wednesday. we'll be warmer with a chance for rain and thunderstorms by wednesday afternoon. a second cold front will move through the region wednesday night. it will cool things down for thursday. then the
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mild going into next
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up next on midday - it's a race fans will be talking about for a long time. another look at the
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daytona 500. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both your itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide.
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if you somehow missed it, the finish of the daytona
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going to talk about for a long time. coming to the line, denny hamlin is side by side with martin truex junior. it looks like truex may get the win, but at the very last second, hamlin edges ahead. hamlin crossed the line one-one- hundreth of a second ahead of truex to take home his first daytona 500 title in 11 tries. look how close that is. the chesterfield county native now has 27 career sprint cup wins. this is the first daytona 500 win for hamlin's car owner, former washington redskins coach joe gibbs, since 19-93. and a big name celebrity participant got the snub from a reporter at the daytona 500. you can see on the right 15-time w-w-e world heavyweight champion john cena. he was at the 500 to drive the pace car before the race. reporter jamie little
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giant 250 pound wrestler. and she actually flips her ponytail right in his face. cena "no sold" it like he usually does in ring. a bald eagle is back out in the wild after rescuers cut her out of a fishing net. crowds gathered in female eagle off. you can see after she got out of her crate, she did a little jumping before flying off. an animal rights society rescued her last week. the eagle first landed on top of a hotel, then flew around some more before being harrassed by some smaller birds, who were probably trying to protect their nests. hundreds of people rode the subway in mexico city yesterday. here's the catch. they didn't have any pants. this is the annual "no pants subway ride." men and women in nothing but their underwear travelled alongside fully dressed passengers. some people stared, others were amuzed, and one mother said it scared her daughter. there is no cause for the ride, but organizers call it a "celebration of silliness."
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ended their ride with a splash in the fountain of a museum. thank you for watching wavy news 10 midday. log on wavy-dot-com for the latest on your local headlines. join our anita blanton
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>> ava: kayla? i said we need to talk this out. >> kayla: i would rather talk to my brother, the police commissioner. >> ava: mm-kay, but before you call him, i want you to know everything that happened, and why it happened... the night your husband and i made love. >> steve: vodka rocks. keep 'em coming.
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