tv WAVY News 10 NBC February 29, 2016 4:00pm-5:00pm EST
i'm erin kelly in urbanna, where two people are dead, following a fire at a marina. you'll hear from neighbors about what they saw early this morning. ((here at the ga. there are bills dealing with tolling, but there might not be an agreement on these consumer toll bills. 10 on your side is checking this out.)) i'm lex gray in portsmouth. a woman survived after a man broke through this window and started stabbing her. you'll hear from her family about how she survived. police investigating two separate shootings involving children. i'm brandi cummings in portsmouth with what police say happened. three months after a string of violent crimes near the campus of odu we're digging into what city and school leaders are doing to keep students safe, and if it's really working. tonight: mainly clear sky with lows in the low-mid 40s. wind: w/se 5-10mph
from albemarle county. prosecutors say jesse matthew, junior will plead guilty to the abduction and and morgan harrington. the commonwealth's attorney says those guilty pleas will take place during a hearing wednesday afternoon. matthew is charged with capital murder in u-v-a student hannah graham's 2014 death. he's charged with first degree murder in the 2009de student morgan harrington. now at 4: a deadly arson investigation in middlesex county. two people died in the fire at the dozier's port urbanna marina. the first call about the fire came in around 4:30. 10 on your side viewers turepo of the flames on facebook and also sent them to report it. 10 on your side's erin kelly is live at the marina right now. community members have been down here all day -- looking at the damage. there's just mangled metal from the covering of the slips -- where the boats
this is video from early this morning. the fire started around 4:30 am and tookr tos under control. state police say two people died in the fire -- they have not released their names. the marina says 19 boats that were under the covered section were destroyed, as were 2 boats at the floating dock. the dock holds close to 60 spots for boats. the fire also destroyed a storage facility and a boathouse. we talked to a woman who lost a boat in the fire and was friends with the victims. c0042 - lisa baechler - lost boat in fire 3127 that is the most devastating of all, because you can replace a boat, but you cannot replace people that you loved, and they were wonderful people. 3135 there are booms on the water to contain any runoff. the coast guard is overseeing the environmental impact. state police is investigating the cause of the fire. coming up at
woman who called 911. live in urbanna, erin kelly, 10 on your side. we posted pictures of this devastating fire on wavy dot com. just click on this story. breaking news right now in portsmouth police tell us a man was just shot on broad street near meander road. we're working to find out more about the man's condition and if police are looking for a suspect at this time. we'll update you as soon as we get more making it's way through the general assembly. the legislation would greatly pact safeguards against tolling operations that we now see at the downtown and midtown tunnels. 10 on your side's andy
ten on your side went to richmond out of concern of possible infighting on the bill now before the senate transportation sub-committee on tolling. among other things house bill #1069 also called the free passage bill, states "no toll may be imposed or collected on un-tolled lanes without the approval of the general assembly" and the tolled lanes must be new lanes added to an existing structure. that means all crossings must have a free lane alternative. you can toll the high rise bridge, but only if you add additional lanes. this guarantees free passage. but when we asked the the chairman of the sub-committee on tolling state senator john cosgrove whether he can give assurance this free passage bill will make it through his sub-committe, he said (39:01 8)st. sen. john cosgrove/(r) chesapeake ((i can not give you that assurance and here's why the bill we have right now 25-50 pages long and there is a lot of stuff in that bill allows tolling in some
other places ))) runs:10 ( 5 27:26) del. chris jones/(r) suffolk ((this is a consumer protection bill and it prevents usfr0mm beign saddled with a hard toll across our mm hrbt )) runs :06 this isn't a democrat or republican fight, but a difference of opinions among republican leaders. these two bills will be presented on wednesday. tonight at 5 and 6 we look at the political disagreements, and we raise this question to the two sides, isn't it important to send a message that we can't downhawn and midtown tunnel tolling situations. there must be free passage. that tonight at five and six. decision 2016 2 presidential candidates are in hampton roads today - ahead of tomorrow's primary. republican ben carson stopped at regent univeity this afternoon.
regent's chancellor and c-e-o pat robertson for regent university's presidential candidate forum this afternoon. the retired neurosurgeon answered a question from the audience about how he would return the countries morals and values. 14;48;43 " if i were president i would work very hard on eliminating the ban on christianity in our public schools" applause coming up at five - more on carson's take on national security. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton will be in hampton roads later tonight. she's making a campaign stop at lake taylor high school in norfolk. and that's where we find 10 on your side's liz palka. stephanie - it has been a busy week in hampton roads as several presidential candidates have made stops here. we still have four hours until hillary clinton takes the stage at lake taylor senior high
some supporters have already started to arrive. although they can't get in the doors just yet. one local resident told me, he's waited eight years to see clinton in person. and he is making sure he is one of the first in line at lake taylor. clinton has already had a video we are playing for you. we understand she is on her way to fairfax, virginia right now for an event at george mason university. then it will be on to norfolk. she's calling this event, "get out the vote in virginia." so you can imagine the ssage she will be sending to people in attendance - and that's to head to their polling locations tomorrow. we'll also be listening for what she has to say about her democratic opponent - senator bernie sanders. as well as - republican frontrunner, donald trump. the clinton event starts at 8 oclock. you don't need a ticket. just show up and get in line. doors open at 6.
super tuesday is the largest single-day haul of delegates in the presidential race. 595 delegates are up for grabs on the republican side. 859 for the democrats. a gop candidate needs 1,237 delegates out of the 2,340 available to win the nomination. donald trump leads republicans with 82 delegates. the democratic candidate needs 2,383 delegates out of 4136 available. hillary clinton leads senator bernie sanders with 544. 10 on your side will have complete super tuesday coverage. tune in to wavy news 10 tomorrow night as the results come in. we'll have updates on air, on our free mobile app. and on wavy dot com. just click on the bar at the top that says super tuesday complete coverage. the southampton county sheriff's office is working to track down the driver in a deadly hit and run.
last night on southampton parkway in capron near the intersection with three creeks road. investigators say a couple hadul their car over onto the side of the road. investigators say 34-year-old laura ngo was standing in the road when a car hit her and kept going. ngo died at the hospital. detectives determined a 2014 hyundai sonata hit her. the vehicle will have damage to the front bumper. if you have any information that can help track down the line. hampton police are working to track down a bank robber. it happened around 11 this morning at the hampton roads educators credit union on cunnigham drive. nea thomas easton middle school. the school was on lockdown while detectives investigated. police say a man came into the credit union, implied he had a weapon, demanded money and ran out with the cash. they just sent us these pictures of the suspect. no one was hurt during the robbery. now at 4: the weather. can we expect another day
meteorologist deitra tate is in the super doppler 10 weather center. tonight: mainly clear sky with lows in the low-mid 40s. wind: w/se 5-10mph tuesday: increasing clouds. showers possible after 9pm...rain likely after midnight. highs in the mid 60s. wind: se 5-15mph wednesday: early morning showers, then gradual clearing by the afternoon. highs in the mid 50s early...cooling throughout the day. wind: wnw 10-15mph. high pressure loses its influence on our weather for tuesday as a cold front gradually approaches. ahead of the front, expect increasing clouds throughout the day tuesday with another mild day of 60s. isolated showers are possible after 9pm (tue. night) with rain becoming likely after midnight as cold front moves into our region. it'll cross on wednesday morning, but expect showers thru sunrise. in the wake of the front,
skies will clear. back in the 30s we go by thursday morning. however, another area of low pressure moves across our area thursday night into friday...bringing a chance for more precipitation. there is a chance for a wintry mix late thursday, but (as for now) friday looks to bring more of a cool, but we're also sunday..stay tuned regarding that forecast also. two separate shootings in one local city --- two children shot. how police are responding to the gunfire. it hasn't happened in nearly a century. the price of stamps is going down. we'll tell you when, why and how much. the battle continues principal. you'll hear from the principal for the first
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principal and a parent. the parent is calling into question whether the principal should also be on norfolk city council. friday we heard from the parent. tonight- only 10 on your side talks with principal and norfolk city councilman tommy smigiel. he sat down with jason marks and jason he says being a principal and a city councilman doesn't create any conflict of interest? he doesn't believe so and side. he is absoultely allowed to serve in both capcities. tommy smigiel from votes dealing with norfolk school issues. this all started months ago when michael muhammad who is a parent and community activist complained to the academy for discovery at lakewood when his 11 year old son didn't get home from the bus in time. smigiel is the principal at the school. muhammad wanted answers in how it happened. we don't know yet what happened at the school but smigiel says he was forced to call police and when they didn't show up he called the chief's cell phone. the school system has launched an investigation. muhammad
believes that it a conflict of interest for smigiel to be a principal and a city councilman. that essentially he is using his position on council for his own gain. smigiel says that is no the case. 02=12:34:45 "there's a ruling by the attorney general prior to me even thinking about running. other council people across the state have served in dual roles i don't vote on my salary so there is no impact. we vote on a general budget and the school board decides that but there is no conflict here" smigiel says he could not talk about what happened that day at his school. he tells me the invesgation launched by the school system is stand protocol when a parent has a complaint. coming up tonight at 5:15 smigiel tells 10 on your side why he believes this situation is happening. jason marks 10 on your side. bayside high school's principal says it has punished a student after a threatening comment involving the virginia beach school.
student made the threat in the cafeteria friday afternoon. the adminstration acted quickly and there was no incident. principal jim miller sent a message to parents early this morning that in part said: "...police are aware of the situation and we are confident the matter has been addressed. please assist us in reassuring our students all is well at bayside. " the chesapeake fire department says a spill in the boiler room prompted fears of a gas leak at western branch high school. the school was evacuated just before eight this morning. crews went inside the school with gas detection meters and didn't find anything hazardous. they did find the spill of some sort of oily water and says that likely caused the odor. the all clear came thirty minutes later. new at 4: a man is behind bars charged in a stabbing in hampton. detectives say 35-year-old terry blackwell stabbed a man he knows with a pocketknife during a fight saturday morning on west queen street. the 58-year-old victim went to the hospital. his injuries aren't considered life threatening. blackwell is charged with felony
meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mainly clear sky with lows in the low-mid 40s. wind: w/se 5-10mph tuesday: increasing clouds. showers possible after 9pm...rain likely after midnight. highs in the mid 60s. wind: se 5-15mph wednesday: early morning showers, then gradual clearing by the afternoon. highs in the mid 50s early...cooling throughout the day. wind: wnw 10-15mph. high pressure loses its influence on our weather for tuesday as a cold front gradually approaches. ahead of the front, expect increasing clouds throughout the day tuesday with another mild
showers are possible after 9pm (tue. night) with rain becoming likely after midnight as cold front moves into our region. it'll cross on wednesday morning, but expect showers thru sunrise. in the wake of the front, temps gradually cool and skies will clear. back in the 30s we go by thursday morning. however, another area of low pressure moves across our area thursday night into friday...bringing a chance for more precipitation. there is a chance for a wintry mix late thursday, but (as for now) friday looks to bring more of a cold rain based on the "current" track of the front. stay tuned. your weekend looks seasonably cool, but we're also monitoring a chance for a quick dose of precipitation overnight saturday into sunday..stay tuned
here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news here is a look behind the scenes as a dedicated staff on your side continues to work in the newsroom. i'm tom schaad in the wavy live center the problem of violent crime around odu. what's being done to combat the problem and keep students safe? at six, a special
a race against time for justice. why the trial of a 95 year old man accused in 39 hundred deaths at auscwtiz has been put on hold. and how do parents of problem children keep the peace? just reach for your nearest smartphone or tablet. see these stories when nicole livas joins me beginning at 5. a survivor story. the family of a stabbing victim talked to 10 on your side. hear why they are still afraid despite an arrest. if you've been on an airplane recently --- you've felt the squeeze. and it's not sitting well with one u-s senator. his plan to give you more
stamp prices are going down by two cents. the cut is the first one in nearly a century.
stamps cost 49 cents now. they will cost 47 cents april 10th. the reduction is part of a pre-arranged deal with congress that let the post office raise money by hiking stamp prices three cents in 2014. now the post office has to roll back the increase. it says it will lose two billion dollars as a result. new york's senior senator is working to give airplane passengers more room. airlines have been slowly cutting down on legroom and seat width. since the 1970s --- the average legroom in most airlines has been cut by nearly 4
seats has narrowed by almost 2 inches. senator charles schumer is working to change that with an add-on to a mandatory f-a-a funding bill. sen. charles schumer/ (d-ny) "i will be introducing an amendment inches for legroom, 18 as in the width of the seats." senator schumer believes it should be done without a fare increase since airlines are making record high profits. he says if all goes as planned --- the proposal could pass by the end of march. a locally based navy seal risked his life to save an american in afghanistan. now he has received the nation's highest military honor. we'll take you to the ceremony. detectives in one local city are investigating two seperate shootings --- both involving children. what police told 10 on your side's brandi
tonight: mainly clear sky with lows in the low-mid 40s. wind: w/se 5-10mph tuesday: increasing clouds. showers possible after 9pm...rain likely after midnight. highs in the mid 60s. wind: se 5-15mph wednesday: early morning showers, then gradual clearing by the afternoon. highs in the mid 50s early...cooling throughout the day. wind: wnw 10-15mph. high pressure loses its influence on our weather for tuesday as a cold front gradually approaches. ahead of the front, expect increasing clouds throughout the day tuesday with another mild day of 60s. isolated showers are possible after 9pm (tue. night) with rain becoming likely after midnight as cold front moves into our region. it'll cross on wednesday morning, but expect showers thru sunrise. in the wake of the front, temps gradually cool and skies will clear. back in the 30s we go by thursday morning. however, another area of low pressure moves across our area thursday night into friday...bringing a
for more precipitation. there is a chance for a wintry mix late thursday, but (as for now) friday looks to bring more of a cold rain based on the "current" track of the front. stay tuned. your weekend looks seasonably cool, but we're also monitoring a chance for a quick dose of precipitation overnight saturday into sunday..stay tuned regarding that forecast also. the family of a stabbing victim is reaching out to 10 on your side. the suspect is behind bars -- but they're afraid he won't stay there. we told you about the attack on bold street. it happened late thursday night. today -- our lex gray talked to the woman who survived, and her family. lex - they're not satisfied with the charges. right, anita, and that's why they contacted 10 on your side. the suspect is facing felony charges -- including malicious wounding -- but the
this is 49-year-old ray jones. portsmouth police arrested him thursday night -- after they say he broke into a house and stabbed a woman. family members say his victim is latressa scott, his ex-girlfriend. scott's daughter says the two had broken up earlier this week, because of jones' problems with the law. but he had never been violent toward her before. so the family is still shocked that jones allegedly threw a cinder block through scott's window, found her in her bedroom...and stabbed her over and over. felicia elliott-lee/victim's daughter (5) 8:53 she has a slash coming all the way down her mouth, she has cuts all in her face, i'm talking about everywhere, everywhere. (butted to) (5) 8:40 that wasn't no malicious wounding. that was attempted murder. the palm of her hand looked like ground beef. on both hands from here to here coming up in our next hour of news -- i'll talk about why that malicious wounding charge may change. i also talked to scott on the phone, since she's still in the hospital. hear why she's so convinced jones was
the newsroom, lex gray, 10 on your side. portsmouth police are trying to find out who owns the guns that were used in two seperate shootings over the weekend. both shootings left children injured. the first happened just before 11 a-m sunday on lancer drive. while police were investigating that shooting, they got a call about another one on morgate lane 10 on your side's brandi cummings is live now with the latest. brandi, how are the children doing? stephanie, police say both children should be ok. we are working to find out if they have been released from the hospital. in the meantime police are testing the guns invovled to see who owns them. police say they got the first call at 10:40 yesterday morning. they say a mom called 911 telling them she was taking her 7-year old son to the e-r because he was shot. police say the little boy was playing with a gun inside a townhouse on lancer drive when he shot himself. then about 40 minutes
a call saying a 9-year old little boy had been shot in the leg. that happened in a townhome on morgate lane. police say in this case, another child found a gun outside, started to play with it and accidently shot the 7-year old. portsmouth police these kinds of cases are becoming too common. sot - detective misty holley, portsmouth police - clip 1 that nine year old is going to be fine just but across the country every year we do have children who accidently shoot themselves or someone else. police say everyone is responsible for knowing gun safety. they even give out free gun locks. we'll explain how that works tonight on wavy news 10 at 5:30. live in portsmouth brandi cummings 10 on your side. breaking news right now in portsmouth police tell us a man was just shot on broad street
we're working to find out more about the man's condition and if police are looking for a suspect at this time. we'll update you as soon as we get more information. police officers here in hampton roads and across the country are shrouding their badges with the traditional black band in honor of a prince william county officer killed on her first day on the job. a funeral service will be held tomorrow for officer ashley guindon. she was shot and killed saturday while responding to a domestic call in woodbridge ronald hamilton is charged with capital murder in guindon's death. he also faces a murder charge in the shooting death of his wife. according to court documents --- hamilton told police that he shot his wife and three officers. the other two officers are expected to survive. hamilton made his first appearance in court today. he's held without bond. we're working to learn more about a tractor trailer crash in chesapeake. 10 on your side viewers sent us pictures from the scene along south george washington highway.
this morning. there was an injury reported. planning consultants and norfolk city officials are holding a discussion tonight on the future of military circle. they want you to tell you more about the big changes ahead for the area. earlier this month, city council voted to back a 1 4-and-a-half-million-doll ar loan by the economic development authority to bring new businesses to the struggling mall. council hopes the loan not only helps military circle, which is in foreclosure, but also brings new jobs to the area. tonight's discussion is right next to the mall at calvary revival church on poplar hall drive. it runs from 5:30 to 7:00. still ahead - toll bill trouble - 10 on your side's andy fox will dig deeper into why a bill may never make it to the governor's desk on wavy news 10 at 5... a four year old boy got his arm stuck in a vending machine. it was a scary ordeal that went on for hours. why the boy's father thinks this happened. justice clarence thomas speaks in the supreme court for the first time in ten
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byers, jr. today at the white house. byers is the first living, active duty member of the navy to receive the honor in four decades. byers' medal of honor is for a mission to rescue an american civilian from the taliban in afghanistan in 2012. president obama: "ed lept across the room and enemy fighter appeared and with his body ed kept shielding the hostage. with his bare hands ed pinned the fighter to the wall and held him until his teammates took action. it was over almost as soon as it began. in just minutes by going after those guards ed saved the lives of several teammates and that hostage." byers is from ohio. he has deployed overseas 11 times with nine combat tours. he has two purple hearts and five bronze stars . supreme court justice clarence thomas has just been heard. justice thomas asked questions today during oral arguments. it's the first time in 10 years. justice thomas directed
department attorney who was defending a federal law that bans anyone who has a misdemeanor domestic violence conviction from owning a gun. thomas has previously said he relies on the written briefs and doesn't need to ask questions of the lawyers appearing in court. he notes lawyers only have 30 minutes to present their cases. u-s astronaut scott kelly is getting ready to come home after nearly a year in space. he will return to texas on wednesday. kelly and a russian cosmonaut served as test subjects on the international space station so scientists could study the affects of space travel on the human body. it's all part of nasa's goal to make sure astronauts can handle a trip to mars. scott kelly has now spent the most time in space of any american in history. police are investigating a deadly overnight crash that led to an explosion! we'll have an update coming up. 10 on your side looks into the crime rates around a local college - and what officials are doing to
pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes
may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. when we breathe in allergens our bodies react by over producing six key inflammatory substances that cause our symptoms. most allergy pills only control one substance. flonase controls six. and six is greater than one. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide.
what's really being done - and whether it's working. stephanie and anita - in the neighborhoods just outside odu - 70 percent of the homes are rental units. most - are occupied by students. we told you several times this fall about shootings, stabbings, and robberies that took place on those streets. many times the victims of those crimes were students. in two deadly shootings, a hampton student visiting for a party on halloween was killed - and a navy sailor was also gunned down. police say the perpetrators - are often outsiders. it's an opportunity crime. beacuse an outsider may know that there's going to be students her that maybe aren't paying attention, that may be drinking and coming out without paying attention to their surroundings. tonight - we're looking into what norfolk and odu police are doing. what can they do to keep students safe? and - how well do students say is it working?
off-campus crimes near o-d-u air tonight at 6 . an ohio sheriff says a 14 year old student is in custody for pulling out a gun inside the school cafeteria and shooting two students. two other students were hurt as they tried to get away or from shrapnel from the shooting. none of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening. the sheriff's office says the 14-year-old gunman ran from the school, threw the gun down and was arrested nearby. investigators have determined a motive but aren't revealing it. 10 school children are hurt after an attack in china. police say a man with a knife slashed the children outside a primary school before killing himself. none of the children have life-threatening injuries. an emotional plea from a university of virginia student arrested in north korea. this is the first time otto warmbier has been seen since north korea announced his arrest last month. warmbier is accused of stealing a political sign from a staff-only area of the hotel where
government alleges warmbier was encouraged by a secretive university society and the c-i-a. (otto frederick warmbier/detained u.s. student) "i wish that the united states administration never manipulated people like myself in the future to commit crimes against foreign countries. i entirely beg you and the government of dpr korea for your forgiveness. please, i've made the worst mistake of my life, but please act to save me. please. think of my family." north korean officials say the news conference was held at warmbier's request. it's unclear if he was coerced to speak. a north carolina couple is dead after a truck crashed into their home, hit a propane tank and caused the house to explode.
cleveland county --- west of charlotte. crews rushed the couple in their 70s to the hospital but they died this morning. family members say the victims were sleeping when the truck slammed into their home. the house is just a pile of rubble. debris from the explosion landed several houses away. police say the pick-up truck driver lost control and drove through the yard before hitting the house. his injuries are not life threatening. charges are pending against that driver. authorities are investigating what sparked the fire that destroyed a boat storage facility in portland, oregon. the fire started last night. more than 100 firefighters battled the flames. the building eventually collapsed. 350 boats were dry docked in stacks inside the facility. there are no reports of injuries. a four year old boy in australia is safe after a frightening six hour ordeal. he got his arm stuck in a vending machine at a hotel in melbourne. the boy's arm got caught in the machine's anti-theft mechanism. rescue workers tried to distract the boy with cartoons on their phones while
arm. the boy's father says his son had never seen a vending machine before. (aaron shorthouse/father) "we live up in [unintelligible] northern territory, and i don't think he's seen a vending machine before, so he saw the oreos and biscuits and some other things. he was being inquisitive and he was looking, put his hand in the vending machine obviously, but yeah, he's good now. i must say that the fire [unintelligible] and the police were absolutely amazing. they were incredible. everyone that was there was incredible." the boy went to the hospital just to get checked out but is okay. breaking news from norfolk. norfolk police dispatchers say a car hit two children on chesapeake boulevard near dudley avenue. it happened around 4 this afternoon. we don't know the extent of the injuries. we are working to gather more information. look for the latest in just a few minutes on wavy news 10 at 5.
tonight: mainly clear sky with lows in the low-mid 40s. wind: w/se 5-10mph tuesday: increasing clouds. showers possible after 9pm...rain likely after midnight. highs in the mid 60s. wind: se 5-15mph wednesday: early morning showers, then gradual clearing by the afternoon. highs in the mid 50s early...cooling throughout the day. wind: wnw 10-15mph. high pressure loses its influence on our weather for tuesday as a cold front gradually approaches. ahead of the front, expect increasing clouds throughout the day tuesday with another mild day of 60s. isolated after midnight as cold front moves into our region. it'll cross on wednesday morning, but expect showers thru sunrise. in the wake of the front, temps gradually cool and
in the 30s we go by thursday morning. however, another area of low pressure moves across our area thursday night into friday...bringing a chance for more precipitation. there is a chance for a wintry mix late thursday, but (as for now) friday looks to bring more of a cold rain based on the "current" track of the front. stay tuned. your weekend looks seasonably cool, but we're also monitoring a chance for a quick dose of precipitation overnight saturday into sunday..stay tuned regarding that forecast
straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 we continue to follow the latest information on a deadly marina fire. we'll take you back out to the scene where erin kelly is gathering the newest information. also - toll bill trouble - 10 on your side's andy fox continues to dig deeper into the reason a toll bill may never make it to the governor's desk. then at five-thirty - he's accused of helping murder thousands at auschwits. why the trial for a former nazi medic was put on hold. then new at 6-- back to the problems around o-d-u. crime is still a problem-- but is the crackdown off-campus making a mark in the community? deanna continues her story at 6. but first ahead here at 4 --- a remarkable rescue from an unlikely hero. we'll tell you how a missing child case ended
smell, the dog managed to track down the boy in about an hour. the dog's owner says while thrilled this story has a happy ending, he was nervous because honey has only been able to sniff out deer in the past. (:42 - :46) (doug downs / honey's owner) "the pressure is on because you are asked to come perform something that you have never done before." the boy's mother says her son doesn't remember much about what happened. when he's older, she says she plans to tell him about how honey saved his life. wavy news 10 at 5 starts right now. we're following breaking news at this hour... 2 kids have been hit by a car in norfolk. we know the accident happened near the intersection of chesapeake boulevard and dudley avenue. the call came into 9-1-1 just after 4 this afternoon. we're working to find out how badly the children are hurt. as soon as we find out that information - we'll pass it along to you.
breaking news from albemarle county. prosecutors say jesse matthew, junior will plead guilty to the abduction and murders of hannah graham and morgan harrington. the commonwealth's attorney says those guilty pleas will happene during a hearing wednesday afternoon. matthew is charged with capital murder in graham's death in 2014. she was a student at u-v-a. he's also charged with first degree murder in the harrington's death in 2009. she went to virginia tech. and now -developing news from middlesex county. we now know two people are dead after a huge fire at a yachting center. it destroyed 21 boats we first told you about this story in breaking news on wavy news 10 on fox 43 this morning - and through our wavy 10 mobile app. investigators have been on the scene for hours... and they think the fire may not be an accident. 10 on your side's erin kelly is in urbanna following the investigation, erin? the people in this community are devastated by this loss and praying for the families who lost loved ones. behind me this is all that's left of the fire
everything in its path. c0005 - beth justice - witness - 5507 i looked up and saw orange all over the walls and i looked out the back window and the whole back hill looked like it was on fire 5518 beth justice knew she had to call 9-1-1 -- when a look out her window early monday morning, showed this -- at dozier's port urbanna marina. she shared video of the fire that killed two people. c0005 - beth justice - witness - 5829 i pray for their families. what do you say about that? that's just heartbreaking. 5832 state police say the fire started around 4:30 am and took four hours to get under control. they're investigating it as an arson case. the marina says 21 boats were destroyed, some submerged. the fire also ripped through a boathouse, storage facility, and two cars in the parking lot. c0002 - mayor steve hollberg - town of urbanna 5109 i feel torn up
as a small town to encourage traffic to come in 5124 the fire took with it -- lisa baechler (beckler's)'s 43 foot boat, in the family for eight years. she got the call from a neighbor -- that said this: c0042 - lisa fire and all the boats, including yours, are gone 2831 and i wasshocked 2836 she says the people who died in the fire were renovating their home -- and living aboard because of that. c0042 - lisa baechler - lost boat in fire 3144 they had been part of the urbanna community for years and years so this will be a devastating loss for so many people on so many before release the victims' names. friends say they were wonderful people. no word yet on where and how the fire started. live in urbanna, erin kelly, 10