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scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows morning. then late day
editor rain nats around 27 a possible twister showered louisiana and mississippi in sheets of rain and driving wind. you can see the damaged homes and buildings left behind for residents to pick up tonight. follow the forecast anytime, anywhere with wavy-dot-com. access updated radar views and the hour by hour predictions. and don't miss an update overnight. meteorologist jeremy wheeler will have a fresh forecast starting tomorrow on wavy news 10 today at 4:30. retired workers in portsmouth say the city has betrayed them. they say leaders promised reimbursement for health insurance: a promise they've allegedly broken. 10 on your side's liz palka went to tonight's council meeting. liz, how did city leaders
they say they're working on a plan to help with the situation. but, what these retirees are upset about is - they were told they would have 14-hundred dollars each year as part of an hra. according to these retirees - no one ever said the program would end after a year. robert turner -- retired firefighter doris cross -- retired city employee garland alexander -- retired firefighter lydia pettis patton -- portsmouth city manager danny meeks -- portsmouth tuesday night's portsmouth city council meeting. some spoke out about a drastic change in their health coverage. one they say will cost them 14-hundred one. a letter sent to retirees on january 14th of this year says a health reimbursement account, or hra, would not be funded due to the city's budget. that hra - worth 14-hundred dollars - was
premiums, out of pockets expenses, and prescriptions. it was new to these former city employees. as of april 1st of last meant to save the city somewhere between 1.5 and 2 million dollars. with that medicare supplement plan came the hra. retirees saying tonight - they were counting on it. c16 10:29:47 - we were led to believe that we were going to receive this money. had we not, if it said one time hra a pilot program. councilman mark whitaker saying tuesday - it was never supposed to continue. city manager lydia pettis patton said they will consider phasing it out.... councilman danny meeks offering hope to some of the seniors worried about their health and money. c17 10:36:15 - for all the retirees i want to make sure you understand. this isn't going on deaf ears. we're definitely going
pettis-patton said tonight - her office will work to get a recommendation to city council in the next week. she called it a "step down" funding approach regarding the hra. retirees saying, they just want it reinstated. liz palka, 10 on your side. breaking news coming in from suffolk. police say they plan to press charges after a car crash. it happened around 6:30 tonight on bennetts pasture road, about a half mile off bridge road. officers say the sedan ran off the road and into a power pole before coming to rest against the bradshaw building. they say the building was not damaged, and dominion power crews were fixing the damaged pole. medics took the man to the hospital, but they say he should survive. new tonight. one person in is in the hospital after a vehicle hit him. norfolk police dispatchers tell us it happened around 6:30, at the intersection of fenchurch street and mariner. that's just a few blocks from macarhthur center. we'll let you know as soon as we have more
string of car break-ins. dispatchers say they got several reports from the spring water apartments on colgin drive overnight. that's near the intersection of northampton boulevard and diamond springs road. a viewer tells us they knew of at least 15 break-ins, but dispatchers could not confirm that. deputies in york county say they busted an armed robbery suspect. 18-year-old william hayes faces charges tonight. according to court papers-- he has admitted to six robberies. the sheriff says deputies tracked hayes down, after reports of a valero gas station robbery, on monday. in all but one case, the paperwork says: the suspect told victims to count to 100-- before he got away. pull from 5pm pkg sheriff previous and we put two and two together and we had enough to arrest him 135 314 this is an example of police work, good police work, alert police officers at its best. 318 in several cases, the sheriff says hayes wore a surgical mask. documents say deputies found that mask in his vehicle.
a virginia beach police officer charged with d-u-i is out of jail on bond. police say margaret hobbs had two young children in the car with her when they pulled her over sunday. investigators say the 17-year-veteran is accused of trying to get into the dam neck base. prosecutors say her blood alcohol level was at .23 -- almost triple the legal limit. former co-workers say this incident was no in her character. super=tommy shattuck/former vb police sergeant 18=2:56 "people make mistakes i think that's the one thing to remember despite one single incident it doesn't change who you are as a person or as a parent. hobbs trial is scheduled to begin april 8th. a portsmouth judge has officially pushed back the murder trial against former police officer stephen rankin. it was supposed to start next month, but now it's on the docket for august. last night, we reported-- the commonwealth's attorney was having issues with her witnesses-- and planned to request a continuance. today we learned: three people, including an expert, could not make the march 21st court date. during a motions hearing,
also debated whether to allow uniformed police officers in, during the proceedings. c001 1:20:04 if they're working and wearing their uniform we understand it. but at the same time we do not no way in on form want the jury to be afraid of too many officers being in there. 20:18 (butt) c002 1:25:09 based on all of the research i did there is no precident in a situation like this. rankin faces charges for shooting and killing 18-year-old shoplifting suspect, william chapman. he was unarmed, when rankin confronted him outside the walmart on frederick boulevard. a chesapeake family is search for one of their own. they say it's been a month since anyone has seen or heard from him. they say 53-year-old andre eason vanished january 25th. neighbors saw eason near their homes on hoover avenue that day, but not since. loved ones tell 10 on your side, they're looking for any news good or bad.
call police. new tonight -- norfolk international airport says business has been trending up. airport officials tell us, more than 210- thousand passengers came through last month. that's up about ten-thousand passngers, from the numbers in january 20-15. they also say the airport has seen growth in passenger activity, over the past eight months. we're a week away from decision 20-16 in virginia. the presidential primary is next tuesday. democratic hopeful vermont senator bernie sanders is trying to rally voters in our area. thousands of people packed norfolk scope to hear him speak. sanders touched on his financial position and his competition: former secretary of state hillary clinton. (23:27 28) 4pm ((that means that we are understand 7.25 cent an hour federal minimum wage is a starvation wage and that means we are going to raise the minimum living wage 15 bucks an hour )) 23:58 runs:10 (butt) (19:06 17) ((my opponent secretary clinton and i have boo no
clinton we can have differences applause)) 12 see more of the sanders midday rally posted on wavy dot com. on the republican side, three of five remaining candidates will be visiting regent university over the next couple days. donald trump will speak at a sold out event tomorrow. texas senator ted cruz takes the stage on friday, and doctor ben carson will be there on monday. tickets for the theater in all three events are sold out-- but overflow tickets are still available. florida senator marco rubio is getting in on the action. his campaign says it will open an office on laskin road in virginia beach tomorrow. the polls have just closed in the nevada republican caucus. while we're waiting for results to come in, cnn is reporting ballot shortages and identifications going unchecked at some polling places. trump, rubio and cruz have been vying for delegates all day. a win for trump could move him closer to the republican presidential nomination or boost his rivals. earlier this month, trump
hampshire and south carolina. hillary clinton won the democratic caucus over the weekend. a reminder that virginia beach public schools will be on a two-hour-delay for students come march 1st. the city says it expects a big turnout super tuesday, and some schools will serve as polling places. a member of cuba's ruling family has died. ramon castro was 91-years-old. he was an older brother to revolutionary leaders fidel and raul castro. he preferred farming and livestock to the political life. local teachers are trying to get what they call a much needed pay raise. hear what it will take to make that happen. the world famous globetrotters are in town this weekend. find out when and where you can see them show off their skills on the court. stay with us, as we track potentially severe weather. deadly storms in the south could have an impact on our area. don has everything you
dozens of teachers packed a
school board meeting in gloucester county tonight. they tell us, they haven't gotten a significant raise in seven years, and they've had enough. 10 on your side's liz kilmer was there. liz, why did they decide to do something tonight? tom, nicole, gloucester county public schools teachers are making below the state average - yet, the schools reportedly perform higher than many others - they say it isn't fair - they asked for our help. superintendent walter clemons gloucester county public schools beth gibson parent john meyer gloucester county side - help us with that one!!" (cheers) asking for our help heated pleas fill the packed t.c. walker auditorium - where teachers, parents and community members want to see
c75 02:08:55 "teaching in gloucester county over the last 8 years means that you're living on a fixed income or even a diminishing income" cheers and applause as folks ask the county board of supervisors to approve the superintendent's proposed budget for next year --- it asks the county for more than 1.3 million dollars in additional funds- money that would predominantly be used for increasing all staff salaries by 6 percent. c18 01:47:18 "we want to just try to make sure that we put gloucester county public schools in a position where we're able to attract and retain quality staff" superintendent dr. walter clemens says there hasn't been a pay increase in 5 of the last 7 years. salaries are lower than those in some other nearby divisions - yet gloucester county public schools are fully accredited and among only 12 other divisions in the state that have met all federal objectives. c13 beth 01:36:45 "they have met goal after goal after goal, one of our teachers last year was the teacher of the year for this whole eastern virginia, they've won all sorts of awards and they deserve better." john meyer - chairman of more. he's committed to making that happen - although it might not
proposed budget as is. c31 11:51 "we'll give them a contribution we find but we'll be picking through the school's budget pretty aggressively over the next few weeks." to approve the budget as is - meyer says there would definitely be a tax increase - how much that would be, remains to be seen. another public hearing is scheduled for next month - a vote is set for april. we'll have more information for you on wavy-dot-com. in gloucester county, liz kilmer, 10 on your side.
cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few
will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph
are in town. they'll be playing at old dominion university friday and sunday. they're practicing some of their famous moves ahead of the games. here's "handles" practicing his half- court shooting -- while kneeling backwards! he scored from more than 60 feet and holds the guniness world record for this particular trick. they'll be taking on their long-time rivals: the washington generals. so what are the redskins going to do with rg-3--i'll tell you what team president bruce allen said today about the embattled young quarterback. and high school playoff action from around the region next on the
the worst kept secret in washington, a town known for secrets--was put to rest today. quarterback robert griffin the 3rd will no long be playing for the redskins, but there are plenty of teams that want him. i'm bruce rader, for the first time, redskins president bruce allen confirmed the obvious, admitting that rg-3 will likely be let go over the next few weeks while confirming several teams are interested in giving him another chance. allen says griffin is liked by his teamates and coaches, and everybody in the redskins organziation has been impressed with how professionally griffin handled his difficult situation especially this past season when he never took a snap.
basketball playoffs continued tonight, in the tidewater confrence quarterfinals norfolk collegiate hosted greenbrier christian. collegiate has their fans all jazzed up this year looking to win a state title, 22 and 4 going into tonight's game, and what a night for this guy, kyonze cha-vis---the senior burries the three---- but here come the gators, casey williams responds with a three-ball of his own----and greenbrier christian has a 4-point lead--- norfolk collegiate though, with too much firepower, kile mcnair---the nice dish to the sophomore---jakeem robertson with the finish---and thanks to a career high 37 points from chavis----collegiate hangs on for the six point win. hampton roads academy the top seed in the tournament with an impressive win over nansemond suffolk. bishop sullivan with a 6 point victory over norfolk academy. and cape henry loses to walsingham 61 to 45. now to the public
trip to the 4a state playoffs on the line. lake taylor hosting jamestown. several members of the titans football team on hand to cheer on their peers. jamestown in black. mason wang, one half of the wang brothers, nice feed to connor swain for the lay up. back comes lake taylor. off the miss...tyquan mcnair the rebound and the no look pass to dereon seaborn who gets the easy bucket for lake taylor. more from the titans...deamonte tyler, connects on the mid range jumper. jamestown went on a big run in the third period. but it's lake taylor that holds on for the 62 to 54 win. the titans move on to the region semifinals, and they earn a berth in the 4a state playoffs. also in the 4a south region. heritage out of newport news with the 54 to 49 win over king's fork from suffolk. 6a south region. oscar
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