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(5) 10:14 when i walked into that room, my mama was unrecognizable. (butted to) 8:53 she has a slash coming all the way down her mouth, she has cuts all in her face, i'm beef. on both hands from here to here. latressa scott talked to me on the phone from the hospital about the attack. she says first -- she heard the sound of victim (23) 33:08 he came straight to my room, locked the door, and i'm begging him, please, and he said i'm going to kill you. that's why scott and her family don't understand why jones isn't facing a more serious charge - like attempted murder. (23) 34:28 i don't understand how he got charged with malicious wounding when he tried to kill me. i don't understand that. :37 i asked portsmouth police about that -- a spokesperson explains, officers charged jones based on the information they had that night.
once they and the commonwealth's attorney investigate more -- the charge could change. in the meantime, jones is still in the portsmouth city jail. he didn't want to talk to me today. he's got a prelimary hearing scheduled for march 25. we should learn more about any new or more severe charges then. live in the newsroom, lex gray, 10 on your side. two seperate shootings....involving child victims under the age of 10. they happened in portsmouth less than an hour apart. now police are trying to find out who the guns belong to and decide if anyone will face charges. 10 on your side's brandi cummings is live in portsmouth with what police want the public to know. stephanie, anita- portsmouth police wants citizens to secure their guns and protect their children. this warning comes as two young boys are recovering from accidental gun shot wounds. sot - detective misty holley, portsmouth police - clip 1 59:30 the child is inquisitive, curious
misty holley says that curiosity may have led to two shootings on sunday. the first happened around 10:40 a-m on lancer drive. police say say a mother called 911 telling them she was taking her 7-year old son to the e-r because he'd been been shot. police say the little boy was playing with the gun and shot himself. sot - detective misty holley, portsmouth police - clip 1 56:54 its a very tragic, tragic and traumatic expericnce for a 7 year old to see theiur hand hurt adn to feel the pain of being shot. 57:04 about 40 minutes after that call...and eight miles away... 911 dispatchers got another call saying a 9- year old little boy had been shot in the leg. this happened outside of a townhome on morgate lane. police say in this case, another child found the gun and accidently shot the 9-year old. sot - monica riddick, neighbor - clip 33 1:13:29 anything can happen neighbor monica riddick 33 1:14:28 the mother, as any mother she was upset. very upset and concerned as any mother would be. 1:14:33 police say there are ways to protect children from guns. first education - sot -
- clip 1 56:09 we need to repeat ourselves time and time again so that its ingrianted in out children's mind how important it is not to handle a fiream. 56:17 and sheriff's deputies give them out for free. this, she says can save lives and prevent accidents. sot - detective misty holley, portsmouth police - clip 1 57:25 we dont want our fiream. we want to teach them now. 57:32 we will put informaiton on our website on how to go about getting a free gun lock. we'll also put information on how parents can talk to their children about gun safety. meanwhile...police say they have not charged anyone for these shootings. we'll let you know about any developments. live in portsmouth brandi cummings 10 on your side. the candidates are gearing up for super tuesday -- many of them are campaigning right here in virginia.
by candidates from both parties today. ten on your sides liz palka is live in norfolk where hillary clinton is expected to speak a little later. doors open in 30 minutes. but look at this line outside of lake taylor. some of the first guests started arriving at 3. and there's been a steady flow of people getting in line ever since. it's already been a busy day for the democratic front-runner. clinton was in massachusetts this morning. and we just got this video in from fairfax where she is holding a rally at george mason university. then it will be on to norfolk for her hampton roads event. we already know she will be encouraging people to vote on super tuesday. some of the people in line outside of lake taylor now say - clinton is getting their vote. including ramona fox...who says, this is a special presidential race to her. ramona fox - supporter i'm ecstatic. i'm just
you like about her? everything. everything. her experience. her policies. the fact that she i'm ecstatic. i'm just policies. the fact that she has been in the white house." doors open at 6. the event starts at 8. we will be here...and we'll bring you highlights tonight on wavy news 10 at 11. liz palka, 10 on your side. earlier today -- republican presidential candidate ben carson was at regent university. carson sat down with regent's chancellor and c-e-o pat robertson as part of the presidential candidate forum. according to the latest national poll -- clinton holds a considerable margin over rival bernie sanders. a cnn -o-r-c poll shows clinton ahead 55 to 38 percent. on the g-o-p side -- donald trump has the support of nearly half of republican voters. at 49 percent -- trump
competitor -- marco rubio -- by more than 30 points. voters in the commonweath -- along with more than a dozen other states -- will head to the polls tomorrow polls open at six a-m -- and will be open until 7. be sure to bring a valid photo i-d with you to your polling place. if you don't know where your polling place is -- you can find it by going to wavy dot com and clicking on the super tuesday tab at the top of our complete super tuesday coverage. look for election results as they come in - on air -- online -- and on our mobile app. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - the president called him warrior. and today -- a navy seal was awarded the nation's highest military honor. plus - a student opens fire in a school cafeteria. what we're learning about student's injuries -- and a possible motive. my full forecast is coming up in just a few
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behold, the subway steak, egg white and cheese: start your morning off right with juicy, sizzly steak, stacked high with protein-packed egg whites, melty cheese and whatever else you love, like jalapeos or spinach - all on warm, toasty flatbread. subway. eat fresh. medal of honor. president obama awarded the medal to senior cheif special warfare operator "edward byers, junior" during a ceremony at the white house today. byers is part of the locally based seal team six. he was honored for his part in the rescue of an american civilian from the taliban in afghanistan in 20-12. an operation which cost a temmate his life. (president obama) "the medal of honor is our nation's highest military decoration and today's ceremony is truly unique. a rare opportunity for the american people to get a glimpse of a
breed of warrior that so often serves in the shadows." byers is the first living active duty member of the navy to receive this honor in four decades -- and only the sixth navy seal in history. there is new momentum in the fight against isis. secretary of defense ash carter -- outlining the advances iraqi forces are making -- with support from its american allies. carter was joined by joint chiefs of staff general joseph dunford, junior -- earlier today. both agree the fight now turns for control of mosul -- in northern iraq. ash carter, sec. of defense 1:03 at the same time we're bombing isil's banks as well as oil wells they've taken over... or coerced others into operating on their behalf. we're also using cyber tools to disrupt isil's ability to operate and communicate over the virtual battlefield." 1:17 when it comes to the war in syria -- general dunford said ultimately a political solution is what's needed for any "lasting peace" to take hold.
the suspect accused of shooting and killing a police officer in prince william county - had his first court appearance today. 32 year old ronald hamilton will remain behind bars without bond. investigators say he also killed his wife -- and shot and wounded two other officers. this all happened saturday evening. officers were responding to a domestic violence call at hamilton's home. hamilton opened fire as the officers approached. 32 year old officer ashley guindon was
day on the job. hamilton is due back in court in april. a funeral service will be held tomorrow for officer guindon. the other two officers are expected to make a full recovery. we're following developing news out of ohio -- a shooting at a high school just north of cleveland. according to the sheriff's office in madison township ohio -- a 14 year old student -- pulled out a gun and opened fire in a cafeteria. two students were shot. two other students were hurt as they tried to get away. none of their injuries appear to be life- threatening. the suspect ran from the school -- but he is now in custody. according to our sister station w-d-t-n -- the teen has been charged with two counts of attempted murder and making terrorist threats. authorities say they have an idea of what the motive might be -- but they're not releasing any details at this time. also in ohio -- a man suspected of killing a pastor -- did not appear in court today as planned. police say daniel schooler shot and killed his older brother -- the reverend william schooler. it happened at
just as sunday morning service was wrapping up. schooler may be in court tomorrow to face murder charges. police say they did not know what led to the shooting, but that the pastor was the only target. family members say daniel has a history of mental illness. the trial of a former nazi medic -- has been put on hold -- after a doctor determined he was unfit to be transported to court. 95 year old hubert zafke was set to go on trial today in germany. he's facing more than 36-hundred counts of accessory to murder at the auschwitz death camp. a judge put the proceedings on hold after a doctor found he was suffering from stress and high blood pressure -- and had suicidal thoughts. prosecutors say zafke took part in sending thousands of prisoners to die in the gas chambers at auschwits. his attorney insists he did nothing criminal. if the trial moves forward - one witness will be a polish-born u-s citizen who survived auschwitz -- but lost
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
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
both his parents there. 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
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
breaking news a new york judge says the u.s. justice department cannot force apple to provide the fbi with access to locked iphone data in a routine brooklyn drug case. this follows a california order requiring apple to create software to help the u.s. hack the iphone of a shooter in the dec. 2 killing of 14 people in san bernardino, california. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - boosting your brain power. eating well is good for your mental health -- and your physical health. "smart foods" that can help. and i'm tom schaad. next on wavy news 10 at 6-- (14 45:35) ((there's a bill
for there to be a toll there must be anotehr lane. how come the hampton delegation is disagreeing on that. that story coming up."" runs:12 c006 13:08 we're digging into crimes off campus at old dominion univeristy. are students in danger and what are city and school leaders doing to keep them safe? 13:15 these stories and more when nicole and i see you
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as we age our brains can become less sharp but there are things we can do to improve our chances of maintaining a healthy brain. adding so-called "smart" foods to our diet -- like -- blueberries. studies show that blueberries may be effective in improving or delaying short term memory loss. and broccoli - it's a great source of vitamin k, and is known to enhance cognitive function and improve brain-power. fish - also a great brain booster -- it's rich in omega-3 fatty acids. for brain and heart health, try eating two servings of fish weekly. whole grains - a diet high in whole grains can cut the risk of heart disease and lower cholesterol. this can reduce your risk of plaque buildup and enhance blood flow . nuts are good sources of vitamin e-- which has been linked in some studies to less cognitive decline as you age. and chocolate -
spending a record 340 days in space. kelly and a russian cosmonaut have served as test subjects on the international space station. scientist want to know the affect of space travel on the human body. kelly will return tomorrow -- landing in kazakhstan -- before heading back to texas on wedneday. stay with us... wavy news 10 at 6 is next. a furious fire lights up the sky in the middle of the night, in an unlikely place-- a marina full of boats in a small community. when the smoke cleared-- a disturbing discovery-- and a declaration from investigators that this could very well be an intentional act. for the second time in a week-- a tight knit someone might have set that fire. two people died in the flames at dozier's port urbanna marina in middlesex county. it was already roaring when crews arrived. twenty-one boats burned--
most upsetting for people long collecting information. erin? this has been a devastating loss for this small port town. many people have been out here all day looking at the twisted metal that sits in the water, where i have seen people along the dock taking a look at what remains. you can see a little bit of smoke still there in that twist of metal where a dock filled with boats used to be. >> we are pretty upset about it, but i know we are going to pull together. reporter: the neighbor shares a video of a fire that consumed heart of the arena early in the morning. the fire killed two people and destroyed 21 boats, two structures and two cars. they are investigating it as arson. >> i just can't imagine who would want to come down to the dock and set these boats on fire.
belonged to lisa. it's hard to wrap her head around the concept someone wanted to ruin something in the community everyone loved for so long. >> were a lot of beautiful friendships and you look at it and it is surreal to see it all going up in flames. reporter: now she thinks about the friends she has lost. >> that's the most devastating of all because you can replace a boat, but you can't replace people that you loved. they were wonderful people. reporter: some members of the community gathered at a church tonight to her member the victims. police have not identified the victims, but friends say they were wonderful people staying on the bow because of a renovation of their house. nicole: you can get the latest updates as they happen as well