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a shooting in danville. a strong winter cold front will bring rain and even a few storms wednesday. i'll time out when it arrives for your hometown. this is wdbj-7. i'm kimberly mcbroom. in just a couple hours we expect to hear new details in nicole lovell's death. police department is holding a news conference at two this afternoon. we'll have it live here on wdbj7 and wdb7 dot com. wdbj7's justin ward is live in blacksburg where media is gathering. who will we be hearing from this afternoon? blacksburg police are expected to update us in their investigation. we'll also hear from nicole lovell's mother, tammy weeks. she told the associated press she will speak today. we now know family and friends will be celebrating lovell's life this week. visitation is wednesday from five until eight at mccoy funeral home in blacksburg. her funeral is
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funeral home. that also means the medical examiner is finished with the physical exam of her body and is processing the results. the montgomery county commonwealth's attorney says it could be a few weeks before those results are released. david eisenhauer is charged with first degree murder in her death. justin, you're finding he has a family connection to our area? i confirmed this morning eisenhauer has family in the galax and grayson county area. some of that family owns land only a few miles from where law enforcement found nicole lovell's body. she was found near low gap in surry county, north carolina. that's across the state line from grayson county. kimberly this means eisenhauer may have been familiar with the area where her body was found. students and teachers at nicole's school are remembering her this week with memorials around the school. these are some of the things put up by blacksburg middle school students to honor the seventh grader. students wrote
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and her family. the school says printed items will be shared with the family, along with pictures of messages written on the classroom boards. the principal says students are also wearing blue throughout the week to honor nicole. a federal judge in danville will determine whether or not three south boston police officers should be part of a lawsuit over the death of a man in their custody. family and friends of linwood lambert filed into danville federal court this morning. lambert died in police custody in may of 20-13. today, lawyers representing the officers said every tazer applied to lambert was necessary to get him back under control, after he kicked out the squad car window. the lawyers say the officers should be released from the case. lambert's family is suing for 25 million dollars in a wrongful death lawsuit. tom sweeney, family lawyer, "and he's begging them not to continue tazing him and he's not flipping over. i think the video evidence suggest that he's trying and the federal judge is currently reviewing the arguments and the officers will remain as case. the judge will issue a decision.
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for information leading to an arrest in a shooting. randolph neal was found shot last night around 7 on mount vernon avenue. he told officers two men approached him and demanded money, before one of them shot him several times. he's now in a hospital in north carolina, and listed in stable condition. a short time later, a neighbor was wounded on virginia avenue, when they heard the noise and went outside. he was treated and released. authorities have identified the two people involved in a deadly train crash in we've just learned this morning, one of them was released from the hospital. investigators say a work truck was sitting on the crossing at spring hollow access road, when a norfolk southern train hit it just before noon. the truck then burst into flames. william lineberry was in the truck at the time, and died at the scene. johnny collins, who went to the hospital with serious injuries, has now been released. no one on the train was hurt. a norfolk southern spokesperson says the train crew complied with all
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about a deadly wreck in roanoke last night. police say speed and alcohol may have been factors in the crash that killed gregory davis. the accident happened around 8:30 last night on garden city boulevard, near craig robertson road. investigators say davis's car went off the road and crashed into a trailer holding metal pipes. a passenger in the car was not hurt. a vehicle fire on i-81 south is still causing delays this afternoon. this a photo taken marker 126. all southbound lanes while crews worked to put it out. regiondeleted afternoon seasonable let's of us would've put it today not to warm not too cold hour we should be for this time year but i dictated even though were at the noontime hour were not can warm-up much more it we are right now forty six and roanoke also the lynchburg got fifty two in danville and
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one but hail easily can see got a royal oak earlier in the fault was so thick we could even see maybe a quarter of a mile in front of your car or even the camera negative the clouds will stick with this through the day again temperatures holding steady in the mid-and upper forties will bring back a slight chance of some rain coming endure the evening it's more like the clouds and the lower will get some drizzle out of that in advance of are cold front artie funny some rain now advancing can a pickup some of that golf moisture and pulling along that front this front itself will not arrive here until probably about mid morning tomorrow the west and endure the afternoon will see this a line of rain move through some nine a.m. about the fifty one degrees rain possible and then as we go through the afternoon and early evening that continues to move out can relaxin thunderstorms with this and there is is this i yes chance of some severe weather across parts of eastern parts of the states will look at that potential coming up and let you know what that does the
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caucuses, donald trump finished second and marco rubio surged to a third place victory. and as craig race is so close on the democratic side, that the party still hasn't officially declared a winner. democrat bernie sanders was already rallying supporters in new hampshire before the sun came up this morning. he's predicting a big win there after what he calls a draw in iowa. (sot bernie sanders) pipe 4 5:27:00 we just got in from iowa where we astounded the world and now in new hampshire we will astound the world again (track 2) democrats in iowa split the votes nearly 50-50 between sanders and hillary clinton. clinton's campaign is claiming victory. (last night sot clinton pipe 8 23:34:07) i stand here tonight breathing a big sigh of relief. thank you iowa on cbs this morning, bob schieffer said the results show clinton's campaign has problems. (bob schieffer pipe 6 ctm 08:07:12) bernie sanders an avowed socialist who has never sought office as a democrat gave her a real run. this is not a victory for hillary clinton. (bridge craig
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on the republican with 28 percent of the vote. but it's the third place finisher who is now getting a lot of attention. pipe 8 8:23:11 welcome back. i'm glad to be back (track ) marco rubio greeted voters after finishing (gfx) just one point behind finisher donald trump. 8 29:26 we need to beat hillary clinton and bernie sanders and i'm the (sot john pipe 5 7:10:39) in the top tier and he's going to from the others hoping to be the mainstream alternative. (track) donald trump has a big lead in the polls in new hampshire but ted cruz will look to make a dent in that lead after monday's win. (sot ted cruz) i think the voters sent the message that they want a consistent conservative. new hampshire's primary -- the first in the nation is tuesday. craig boswell, cbs news, des moines, iowa u- s and italian leaders are warning that isis is expanding its reach. they say the terrorist group is threatening to seize oil-rich libya, and launch attacks in western countries. leaders from 23 nations are meeting in rome to find ways to defeat the
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john kerry said the european and arab security training to help libya's military to defend the leaders are putting a plan to move two former slave buildings on hold. that'll allow more time for a detailed search of unmarked graves in the area. while some archaeological studies have found no burial grounds agreed that additional digging is necessary. against bill cosby is back in court today. attorneys for the comedian are asking a judge to throw out the only charges ever filed against him, despite dozens of accusations. brian webb reports from norristown, pennsylvania. bill cosby was led into the montgomery county courthouse for a hearing on the sexual assault case against him. attorneys for the 78-year-old comedian asked a judge to throw out a indecent assault. cosby is drugging and sexually assaulting former temple university employee
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constand at his attorneys say willing participant. she settled a civil cast against cosby in 2006 for an undisclosed attorneys say his deposition in that case was made after an agreement with then-district attorney bruce castor, that the former tv star not be prosecuted. in recent months, more than 50 women have made similar claims against cosby - some dating back decades. but this is the first time he's been charged.cosby 's attorney called the case political payback from the new d-a who reopened the case last year. (sot - monique attorney) wasn't enough there, it was a civil matter, but instead one hot campaign later, we're here. so we have to do the best we can." bill cosby has been free on one million dollars bail since his december arrest. he could get up to 10 years in prison, if convicted. brian webb, cbs news, new york.
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why experts say it's important to get your taxes done by a professional how much more winter can we expect? to find out, look no further than
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in this week's consumer watchdog, david kembel tells us some things to keep in mind when hiring a tax professional. he suggests hiring one who's been in business for a while, is open year round. while it could cost a couple hundred bucks, kembel says it's worth it. david kembel/kembel tax service: other than the time, we're going to knock it out very quick. you'd be surprised how fast we do it. but just getting advice, getting some advice for next year, explaining why you got a credit or why didn't get a credit. telling you what's going to happen next year if you do this. what's not going to happen if you do this. that's worth something. kembel says doing your own taxes if fine if you have an easy return or if you are a student. you'll find tax filing tips from the irs at a link on our website, wdbj7-dot-com. as the popularity of drones has taken off, so have concerns about safety. this weekend, carilion life-guard is hosting a forum for drone operators that will focus on that issue. carilion's medical helicopters have had two close encounters in the last year. the pilots did not have to take evasive
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some delays in getting to patients. life-guard program director: drone use with that we've started to see more and more drones in the service areas we fly in to pick up our time sensitive and critical patients. so really, we just want to put the open forum on so that we can get around the table with drone operators that are out there in the interest of safety. the target audience for saturday's forum includes both drone operators and landing zone commanders who set up a safe area for the helicopter to land. the event is scheduled saturday from 2 - 4 pm at the life-guard roanoke hangar on mcclanahan street. now let's take a look at what's hot on wdbj7-dot-com. james river high school held a ceremony last night in honor of our fallen friends and colleagues, alison parker and adam ward. the vinton police department is asking for the public's help identifying a suspect who they believe put a skimming device and camera on an a-t-m. investigators say the woman pictured here put the devices on an a-t-m at first citizens bank on
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groundhog day. head to the web for some fun facts about phil and learn where this tradition comes from. and if punsutawney phil's right, we can soon put away our heavy coats and snow shovels. the famous groundhog meterologist didn't see his shadow this morning at the annual gathering in punxsutawney, pennsylvania. legend has it, that means spring will arrive early. in reality, phil's "prediction" is decided ahead of time by the group on gobbler's knob, about 65 miles northeast of pittsburgh. records going back to 18- 87 have phil forecasting more winter 102 times, while forecasting an early spring only 17
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possiblewere started out very thick fog as the morning went on that fog begin to lift against those
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the surface of apparatus a lot of that fall but still you onto the clouds soaks even across erie most locations from but canada and gingiva high school you concede clouds there but now i can see the distance in the mountains and asked a lot of fog there in some the deeper valley locations soaks is one of the things will be dealing with over the next day or so as the fog in the clouds what a sherry the visible satellite soaks we are looking at the satellite fog is still and clouds move soaks if you look pretty much all the way up and down the spine of the blue ridge and appalachia going all we down into the carolinas you got that fault now some of this and amount locations is still little but a snows of the satellites looking down in seeing some of that snow but most of that was fault this morning still finding some of that fog deftly the low clouds will linger through the day and out with keeping us quite cold and temperatures again a be warming up tomorrow i had of are cold front right now that's of moisture coming it off the gulf of mexico and is can a feeding northward it's can pick up in intensity two
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heavy rain moving through the region tomorrow now tonight we can expect those lows in the upper thirties the low forties few scattered showers possible but really the bulk of the rain comes through during the day tomorrow so there's are low here's the front this is tomorrow morning about 7 am it enters from the west new river valley probably between seven in and can a noon in the rona valley and indigents over the lynchburg in danville during the afternoon this quickly exits through the afternoon and early evening but it's coming into some fairly soupy air back temperatures argun be back into the sixties so we can't rule out some thunderstorms in the storm prediction center is, highlighted areas to the east of us and that down across the south as the potential for some severe weather mainly be gusty winds with that but again i think the threat is fairly low but this would be the area we need to watch air across places like center virginia and to danville tomorrow afternoon with even rumble of thunder in the new river valley rolling valley and highlands during the morning so for your wednesday
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temperatures in the mid- sixties once again here's a close a look at the timing of that rain coming in here between say seven and i and the new river valley around the noontime hourfour rona can does break up a bit and the redevelop lynchburg in danville we do have her storm chaser. he is a chris white may give chasing yeah depending on how the setup is we keep you updated on any the happenings that we do have any storms temperatures in the 60s for tomorrow but watch what happens behind the front that we got much cooler temperatures on the way for the sixties back to the forties so here's a look at your seven-day weather weather impact day for tomorrow i temperatures running in the dropping to the forties for the rest of the week overnight overnight lows in the 20s and right now we will stay dry all the way through the weekend in the first part of next week
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would be nice (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise)
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able to hear her son's heartbeat again for the first time in nearly three years. clark's 7-month-old son died suddenly in 20-13. as don champion reports, clark met the little girl whose life was saved by lukas' donated heart. the tears flowed instantly between heather clark and esther gonzalez. (sot mon0309 :26) nat crying (double zoom of two children, the mothers know too well the tragedy of loss- and the chance. nat "crying thank you" (-:41) (lukas photo) their when heather's 7-month- old son lukas died suddenly. (sot mon0285 photos of lukas? :18) outgoing, he was just a little ham" (-:20) in her moment of grief, heather made the brave she remembers what she thought. (sot mon0285 heather clark/donated sons organs :08) "there is another family out
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what i'm feeling, somewhat, and i have the chance to make them not go about to go through" (-17) hospital pics) in arizona, it's exactly was going through at the time. her 18-month old daughter jordan was fighting for her life because of a congenital(kun-gin- after countless surgeries and seizures, jordan to survive. and that's exactly what she got; lukas' heart was but, because the donation was made anonymously, the families hadn't friday. (sot mon0309 :17) nat "can i have a kiss on the the moms found their bond was instant. (sot mon0309 :55) you" (- :58) a teddy bear... 1:27) "say that's my heartbeat- heartbeat" (-:29) ... that played the beat of lukas' donated heart. listen for herself. (sot mon0309 2:06) heather listening to heartbeat. (sot mon0309 esther gonzalez/daughter received donated heart :24) "she would be so selfless to be able to think of another family while
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her grief," -:29 two moms brought together by tragedy... (sot mon0309 2:16) "it's so strong" (-:18) ... but now bound by triumph. don champion, cbs news. the big game may be this sunday but there's another "bowl" that may just make you pur with
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why one automaker jill wagner has that story and more in today's moneywatch. yahoo could be making some drastic cuts... the wall street journal reports the company is laying off 15 percent of its workforce. the fate of ceo marissa mayer is still unclear. she took over in 2012 and the company has had a hard time competing with google and facebook. weak earnings from energy companies sparked a sell off on wall street at the open. exxon mobil--- the largest u-s oil company--- says its profit in the fourth quarter plunged 58 percent compared to the same time last year. an over supply of oil and weak demand
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to their lowest level in more than a decade. british based b-p says its profits fell 91 percent in the fourth quarter... compared to the year before. b-p says it's cutting 3 thousand jobs by the end of next year... that's in addition to the four thousand workers the company already said it would be laying off. and would you buy an expensive sports car... if you couldn't drive it yourself? porsche says it's going to buck the trend... by not going down the self- driving road. porsche says its customers want full control and handling of their vehichle. bmw and mercedes are working on autonomous cars. and that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more follow me on twitter at jill wagner cbs. at the nyse, i'm jill wagner. on wall street at noon, the dow was down 240 points. the nasdaq was down 65 points. forget about the super bowl, there's another bowl game happening this sunday! we're talking about kitten bowl three, of course. nearly a hundred
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up hallmark's bite- size football field, which comes complete with scratchy goalposts and plenty of cat toys to keep the action moving. kitten bowl three will air on the hallmark channel at noon this super bowl
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