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but first .. storm team 10 is tracking a system impacting southwest virginia tonight. good evening and thank you for joining us for wsls 10 at six. a slow-moving clipper system wednesday. while our downtown roanoke sky-cam shows the star city is in the clear .. other localities are seeing snowfall right now. take a live look at interstate 77 from this v-dot traffic camera. this is at mile marker 49. let's get right back over to chief meteorologist jeff haniewich. chief meteorologist jeff haniewich. jeff -- i understand this is an elevation- dependent storm? a strong clipper-type system started to impact the region on monday, bringing some scattered rain and snow showers. as we turn colder tonight, any leftover precipitation will be snow showers. that said, tonight, the precipitation should be pretty isolated in nature, with
tomorrow in the mountains. tonight: mostly cloudy with snow showers possible, especially in the mountains. pretty cold with lows in the upper 20s. tuesday: mainly cloudy with snow showers possible, mainly in the mountains. chilly and breezy with highs in the upper 30s. we may still have the chance for some upslope west slope snow showers lingering into wednesday. other wednesday will be mostly cloudy and cold still breezy too with highs in the lower 30s. as far as accumulations through wednesday, here's what we are thinking: west slope areas mainly in wv, including mt. rogers: 3-6"+ most of the nrv/highlands: 1-3" the higher amounts in the higher elevations.like 3" possible near mountain lake, etc. roanoke: coating possible, maybe up to 1" around catawba, bradshaw, and bent mountain the higher elevations lynchburg/sout hside: no accumulation forecast
even when we're not on-air .. you can find your latest weather information -- including radar and future forecasts on our "storm team ten weather app." for a full list of closings and delays .. don't forget to tune in at five tomorrow morning for virginia today. the blacksburg community
will come together tonight to remember the life of one of its own. 13-year-old nicole lovell went missing late last month. a few days later .. her body was found in north carolina. wsls 10's brie jackson joins us now live from virginia tech. brie -- why did organizers decide to hold the vigil on college avenue? organizers say they want to have nicole's memory be associated with building a greater sense of community. college avenue has always been a gathering place for people to come together as one. members of the community are encouraged to come. there will be guest speakers, a hymn, and a moment of
celebrate the 13 year old's life and show support to her family during this extremely difficult time. susan anderson / town council member, event organizer: "it seemed the perfect
place to have this vigil for nicole. it's the divide between campus property in city property it seems the real place for students staff and community members to come together and it's all about nicole and nicole's family." tonight's vigil takes place at college avenue between north main street and draper road. it starts at 7:30pm. dr. phil -- which airs here on n-b-c
attention to the lovell case in an episode set to air wednesday. wsls 10's dawn jefferies talks with dr. phil about his interview with nicole lovell's father. from the search for 13- year-old nicole lovell... to police announcing her death... and the arrest of two virginia tech students in connection with her killing... the story touched communities from blacksburg and beyond. nat: dr phil nicole's father-- david lovell sat down with talk show host dr. phil mcgraw sunday to talk about the case. the dr. phil show provided this clip from the episode set to air wednesday. "what was her likely reaction like at the time? david lovell: i bet she fought like a wildcat. she's my kid. the keepers girl, in her mug shot, looks like she has a scar. i couldn't tell in court because she had her hair,
pictures right there. you can see the scar going down her face. what you see... according to commonwealth's attorney mary pettitt is not a scar... but a strand of hair. she says after their arrest... both natalie keepers and david eisenhauer were subjected to a forensic exam to document any injuries, bruises or scratches...any relevant results of those exams will be presented in court. in an interview monday--- we ask dr phil... dawn: what was it about this case they got you interested? dr. phil: well dawn what got me interested was the social media aspect in the loss of life here. prosecutors confirmed last week... lovell was active on social media and chat apps... her last message was with an account belonging to eisenhauer. dr. phil calls the tragedy a cautionary tale in which parents have to take charge of kids who have the knowledge to work their way around the internet and apps they use. 12.05.56 they've got the
don't have the knowledge but you do have the wisdom and that's a great partnership to bring together. it's not an invasion of privacy it's an assertion of parenting. you wouldn't let your kids walk down a dark alley alone but believe me there are a lot of dark alleys on the internet. he recommends parents get on the apps their kids are on... 12.06.42 you have to cross those boundaries you have to get inside your child's aired it boundaries and know what's going on and have an opportunity to intervene. 10. you can watch dr. phil's interview with david lovell here on wsls 10. jury selection in the trial of a pulaski county woman charged underway. ashley white's son, noah thomas, back in march. wsls 10's bethany teague joins us live outside the pulaski county courthouse.
no, we do not have a jury yet. however, court is in recess until tomorrow morning. there was talk about going as long into tonight as it took to seat a final jury. as of just a few moments ago, 15 jurors have been selected. tomorrow morning, an additional seven will be selected as well. that makes a total of 22. however, both the defense and prosecution will then get four strikes each. that will bring the jury down to 12 members and two alternates. the lawyers have been working since before 11 o'clock this morning just to get the 15 that they have so far. around 50% of the potential jurors were sent home. many stated that they had already made up their minds that ashley white was guilty. others said that white must prove to them that she is innocent, rather than the prosecution proving that she is guilty, as the law states it must be. the remainder of the jury
morning. the commonwealth's witnesses have been instructed to report to the court house by 2 o'clock in the afternoon. live in pulaski bethany teague wsls 10. a former bedford police officer is indicted on six felonies for possession of child pornography. a bedford grand jury indicted 54- year-old "brian mc-alexander." he was arrested in henry county and is being held without bond. while mc- alexander has not been found guilty ... police chief todd foreman says it's disappointing and upsetting. southern virginia internet crimes against children task force investigated this case and says ... mc-alexander was the target of an investigation centered around file-sharing programs. lt. mike harmony/southe rn virginia icac: "it's sad i can tell you that much. anytime that someone who is in the eye of the public and has the faith of the public betrays
according to bedford county circuit court .... mc-alexander is expected to have an arraignment tuesday morning. unfortunately .. cases like the one we just told you about ... aren't uncommon. southern virginia i-cac was one of the original task forces in 19-98. today .. it is one of 61 throughout the country that works with hundreds of local, county, and state agencies. an investigator tells us he's seen child porn cases involving people of all backgrounds -- including teachers and clergy. he says some of the trends he's seeing now include self- victimization ... children taking inappropriate pictures of themselves ... and incest. sgt. chris edmondson/sou thern virginia icac: "i've been a police officer for over 40 years and still what i've seen in the last here amazes me. i thought in my length i've seen it all. not even close." in addition to conducting investigations ... southern virginia southern virginia i-cac also trains people on internet safety.
marketing and advertising are key when it comes to getting a company's name out there to potential clients. as wsls 10's patrick mckee explains ... roanoke valley based magnets u-s-a helps businesses advertise with products built in the blue ridge. patrick mckee/wsls 10 - 00-0:14 if you're like me, you have magents all over your refrigerator.
taken or maybe it's a calendar from your insurance agent or business card from your realtor. some of those magnets decorating your kitchen are built in the blue ridge. nats for a quarter century, vinton based magnets usa works to make businesses across the u.s. and canada spread their message out one magnet at a time. 24-28 dale turner/founder, magnets usa we do marketing products like magnetic calendars, we do sports schedules. 1014 the products come in all shapes and sizes with content that fits an individual need. these are some of our calendar products. what we do is, the top part is the magnet, and we print the customers information here and then we have over 20 different designs of calendars. the designs cover everything from quotes to calendars, sport schedules and recipes. every year 10 million go out the door. in the company's 25 year history, they've made a quarter of a billion. the company got its start doing magnets, but it's now starting to expand into new lines, including life-long cutlery and gifts. the gift
box and stainless steel soap with custom engraving to last forever. "we see that as being a market that's not well tapped out yet, so we're very aggressively moving into that area." aggressive growth that's supported by a loyal work force of 60 full time employees .. working together for a common goal. jay forrester/it manager 1:32- 1:38 "there's a family feeling here at magnets usa. it's not really something you can describe in words,we're all in this together. we're working together for a common goal that we're giving the customer a great experience and enable them to grow there own business." working together in a place they're proud to call home. i love roanoke. it's a great place to live. we've found a lot talented people here in the roanoke valley. we don't care to move anywhere else. last year the company moved into its current 44-square foot facility in vinton. what's surprised them
terry bradshaw? what a surprise! you know what else is a surprise? shingles. you know what else is a surprise? shingles. and how it can hit you out of nowhere. i know. i had it. c'mon let's sit down and talk about it. and did you know that one in three people will get shingles? (all) no. that's why i'm reminding people if you had chickenpox then the shingles virus is already inside you. (all) oooh. who's had chickenpox? scoot over. and look that nasty rash can pop up anywhere and the pain can be even worse than it looks. talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
scattered rain and snow showers. as we turn colder tonight, any leftover precipitation will be snow showers. that said, tonight, the precipitation should be pretty isolated in nature, with perhaps more ramping up again tomorrow in the mountains. tonight: mostly cloudy with snow showers possible, especially in the mountains. pretty cold with lows in the upper 20s. tuesday: mainly cloudy with snow showers possible, mainly in the mountains. chilly and
highs in the upper 30s. we may still have the chance for some upslope west slope snow showers lingering into wednesday. other wednesday will be mostly cloudy and cold still breezy too with highs in the lower 30s. as far as accumulations through wednesday, here's what we are thinking: west slope areas mainly in wv, including mt. rogers: 3-6"+ most of the nrv/highlands: 1-3" the higher amounts in the higher elevations.like 3"
roanoke: coating possible, maybe up to 1" around catawba, bradshaw, and bent mountain the higher elevations lynchburg/sout hside: no accumulation forecast thursday will finally be a dry day for everyone. we will see a mix of sun and clouds, but it will be cold with highs only in the upper 20s. during the day on friday we look dry under partly sunny skies with highs in the low-to- mid 30s. however, we could see a quick-moving storm system impact us friday night, bringing another round of snow showers. a very light accumulation is possible
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cam's postgame media appearance. cam newton/panther s quarterback:...r eporter-can you put into words the dissapointment you feel right now:'''cam--we lost." cam got up and left without explanation moments later.. but in his defense..denver quarterback chris harris was nearby explaining--- how they shut cam down.. and you could clearly hear the comments. so thumbs down to the nfl for not separating the two teams..i've covered a couple of these.., and that's usually how its done. nascar's 2016 season is fast approaching and today alyssa rae has more...on the team..that holds the title... we're less than two weeks away from the kickoff to nascar sprint cup season, as the drivers look ahead to the new year, they reflect on a successful 2015 that landed the team a cup title with kyle busch. busch:"just getting to lay low little bit and get to soak it all in and take it all in was a lot of fun for myself and for my wife and for a family you know looking forward to the new chapter head which is 2016 being you and being able to try to go out and repeat as sprint cup series champions."
talent, including busch, denny hamlin, matt kenseth and carl edwards. crew chief mike wheeler joins the number 11 team this year, a group that hamlin does not think should be overlooked at daytona. hamlin:"there's no reason why we shouldn't be one of the favorites even though we haven't wanted we've been in the top five i think a bunch of years three out of five or something like that in with ourselves in position." hamlin has spent his fair share of time in victory lane, but has yet to see the checkered flag at the daytona 500. hamlin:"you know one nearly every exhibition race and all the other racetracks but we haven't won the daytona 500 so it's kind of like the tony stewart syndrome dale earnhardt syndrome it will come eventually." he hopes that win comes sooner than later. he will get his chance sunday februrary 21st when nascar season officially returns. for wsls 10 sports, i'm alyssa rae. nbc nightly news is next.