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and ... as the potential for winter weather looms ... storm team ten is tracking the latest system impacting southwest virginia. good evening, and thanks for joining us for wsls 10 at seven. i'm lindsey ward. dawn is on assignment. we start out tonight with the potential for some winter weather. parts of our area have already started seeing flurries. this is video from blacksburg ... as you can see there's a dusting of snow on the sidewalks and the roads. to bring us up to speed on what we can expect ... storm team ten chief meteorologist jeff haniewich joins us now. jeff ... 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
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 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 the lower 30s. as far as accumulations through wednesday, here's what we are thinking: west slope areas mainly in
most of the nrv/highlands: 1-3" the higher amounts in the higher elevations.like etc. roanoke: coating possible, maybe up to 1" around catawba, bradshaw, and bent communities come together to remember the life of 13-year-old nicole lovell. she went missing back on january 27-th. 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? gathering here tonight to honor
host doctor phil mcgraw. david lovell flew to los angeles over the weekend to tape this episode. doctor phil says ..the social media aspect and the loss of life sparked his interest in the case. wsls 10's dawn jefferies talked to doctor phil from his los angeles studio this afternoon about social media's impact and the role he says parents need to take. dr. phil/talk show host - "if you can tell your children the tools that a predator will use to groom them and you can make them aware perhaps you inoculate them some. so i think you have to teach them the tools of the predator and to do that you have to know what they are. but then i think you have to shadow your child on the internet and they're talking to." you can watch doctor phil's complete interview with david lovell wednesday at 4 right here on wsls 10. jury selection began today in
she's charged with child abuse and neglect. noah thomas ... white's son ... was found dead in a septic tank back in march. wsls 10's bethany teague was in the courtroom all day and has the latest. court is in recess until tomorrow morning. there was talk about going as long into tonight as it took to seat a final jury, but ultimately the judge decided to finish tomorrow. so far, 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. other 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
the remainder of the jury selection process will begin at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. the commonwealth's witnesses have been instructed to report to the court house by 2 o'clock in the afternoon. in pulaski bethany teague wsls 10. the blacksburg and virginia tech communities come together to remember the life of 13-year-old nicole lovell. she went missing back on january 27-th. 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? gathering here tonight to honor the the 13 year old. blue lights represent her favorite color organizers say they want nicole's memory to be associated with building a greater sense of community.
celebrate the 13-year-old's life and show support to her family during this extremely difficult time. college avenue has always been a come together as one. guest speakers, a moment of silence by candlelight and other activities will be done to honor nicole lovell. claire kelling / organizer - "we have blue ribbons to support the family the town is going to be lit up with blue lights has blue is nicole's favorite color. we want as many support. for nicole and her family." tonight's vigil takes place at college avenue between north main street and draper road.
a former bedford police officer is arrested in henry county following a 10 month investigation. the bedford county sheriff's office says ... deputies arrested 54- year-old brian mcalexander on friday. a grand jury indicted mcalexander for possession of child pornography. wsls 10's ananda rochita spoke to the bedford police chief about the incident. ananda rochita - "we reached out to the bedford police chief after a grand jury indicted a former officer on possession of child pornography." todd foreman/bedfor d police department - "it's very disappointing and it's upsetting." chief foreman says trust is on the line ... which is why he let the public know about the investigation when it began last year. todd foreman/bedfor d police department - "we wanted to be transparent with people in the town so they knew what was going on ..." southern virginia internet crimes against children task force investigated this case. lt. mike harmony with southern virginia icac says he can't release a lot of details ... but says mcalexander was the target of an
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 that it's sad." ananda rochita - mcalexander has not been found guilty. he served in the bedford police department for more than 25 years and was promoted months before he resigned over the investigation. in bedford ananda rochita wsls 10. new tonight at 7 ... a 19-year-old man is dead following a motorcycle crash in lynchburg. the lynchburg police department says ... the crash happened around eight friday night in the 26-hundred block of lakeside drive. investigators say ... carter craft lost control of the motorcycle he was driving in the parking lot of the billy craft chrysler dealership. when craft lost control ... police say ... he ended up on lakeside drive. craft was taken to lynchburg general hospital and later moved to roanoke memorial hospital. he died sunday night.
we now know the cause of a fire that left a bedford county family without a home. the county fire marshall says ... burning leaves started a fire on declaration terrace last night. investigators say ... a match used to start a propane grill caught the leaves on fire. the fire then spread to the deck and house. two people and a dog got out safely. the house and two cars are a total loss. damages are likely to exceed 200-thousand dollars. turning now to political coverage ... with just one day until the new hampshire primary ... the focus is not just who wins ... but which republican candidate comes in second and how well hillary clinton fairs. volunteers were out today trying to win support from voters in new hampshire. while some may know who they'll vote for ... others remain undecided. political experts say most voters don't make up their mind until the last minute. mark murray, nbc news senior political editor - "half of them, according to the last
until they very last few days, what about the last day? almost 20 percent made up their minds on that very last day." the latest polls show donald trump leading for the republican party and bernie sanders for the democrats. while presidential candidates gear up for tomorrow's primary ... this weekend, roanoke will decide which democratic candidate it wants running for mayor. and with no republican stepping forward ... the result is even more important. for candidate sherman lea... it's all or nothing. he'll be running for mayor in lieu of a seat on city council. to get involved in what the party voters have to cast their ballots in-person at the berglund center this saturday. though this primary is election apply. andrew cochran, roanoke general registrar - "they will be following some of the laws that govern regular elections. they have decided that you must be a registered voter and you must have the regular id that
claude cobler has been a volunteer with the bassett rescue squad ... and at 87-years- old he says he hopes to continue responding to calls for the squad for many more years to come. cobler is getting ready to celebrate his 50- th anniversary with the squad ... which he helped found back in 19- 66. he says his love of helping people is what has motivated him to keep going all these years. claude cobler/bassett rescue squad volunteer - "i just enjoy
especially at a time in their life when they're at their lowest." cobler is also a member of the smith river rescue squad in patrick county. now a look ahead to stories that will be making headlines tomorrow... patrick with snow in the forecast for some of us, we'll bring you the latest road conditions and school closings and delays. plus in 10 cares heart health, the importance of learning how to use defibrilators that can save someone's life. join us tuesday morning on virginia today from 5-7 a-m...
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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 breezy with highs in the upper 30s. we may still have the chance for some upslope west slope snow showers lingering into wednesday. other
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 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.
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 in the mountains, with no accumulation expected outside the mountains. saturday should see more sun east and more clouds west with more mountain snow showers possible. we will remain cold all weekend long with highs near 30 on saturday.we could be even colder on sunday with highs in the upper 20s. sunday will be
watching the potential for another storm system on monday.that one could be a bit more significant for the entire viewing area. too early to make the call yet, but as of now, we are looking at cloudy skies with some snow possible. temperatures will reach the middle 30s.stay tuned for more info on this as the time draws nearer. don't forget... you can still don't forget... you can still get wsls ten updates even when we're not on the air. like us on facebook ... search for "wsls ten" for updates.
water crisis. the superstar singer is going to partner with local united way and community programs to help under-served populations in flint. the programs are working to bring water filtration equipment and clean water to people who live in affected areas. here's what you can expect to see tonight in primetime ... starting at eight its "superstore." after that its "telenovela" at 8:30. at nine its "the biggest loser." then at 11 we'll be back with more local news weather and sports. thanks for joining us for wsls 10 at seven. don't forget to join us back