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us later tonight, but through the evening we will still have the chance for some snow showers. a coating -2" is possible in the nrv and highlands even perhaps into the higher elevations of the roanoke valley, with a dusting possible in spots farther east. it was cold outside on friday, but at least the winds were not all that strong. however, they strengthen big-time tonight. a wind chill advisory is in from nelson, amherst, bedford, franklin, and patrick counties and points west from 11:00pm tonight through sunday at 10:00am. tonight: mountain snow showers taper off late, skies clear after midnight. cold & turning windy with lows in the mid-to-upper teens. wind chills will be below zero in the mountains. saturday: partly to mostly sunny & blustery please bundle up! with highs in the middle 20s. sunday will see a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-to-upper 20s. the winds should weaken late saturday night into sunday. sunday night through tuesday we will be impacted by a dynamic and vigorous storm
you can find your latest weather information -- including radar and future forecasts on our "storm team ten weather app." we're getting a first look tonight at the booking video of natalie keepers and david eisnehauer. these video clips from the montgomery county sheriff's office show the virginia tech students charged in connection with the stabbing death of 13- year-old nicole lovell as they were brought into the new river valley regional jail. you can see .. eisenhauer .. comes in wearing what looks like pajama pants and then changes into an orange jumpsuit. he is charged with first-degree murder in the case. keepers .. who is charged with accessory before and after the fact to first-degree murder as well as improper disposal of a body .. is seen taking off her shoes and socks .. and looking around the room. lovell went missing late last month. days later .. her body was found in north carolina. both eisenhauer and keepers are being held without bond. several mid-to- upper level drug dealers are in jail tonight ..
to an ongoing investigation that began last year. wsls 10's rob manch was in martinsville today .. as the police department announced it worked undercover with people in the community to make the arrests. rob manch, martinsville: 04:38:07 00-12 "after a year- long investigation, the police here in martinsville announced today they've arrested and charges of the sale and distribution of drugs and pkg: police chief sean dunn had a message to the community friday. chief sean dunn, martinsville police: 04:07:37 16-19 "if of martinsville, get ready, we're coming after you." the department revealed an investigation that began in january of 20-15 has put 14 people behind bars for selling drugs. the department has issued 51 charges so far, which include the sale and distribution of oxycodone. clay gravely, commonwealth's attorney: 04:10:55 36-48 "i think the message is pretty clear to anybody else out there that's not currently sitting in jail right now, what it means to deal drugs in martinsville." commonwealth's attorney clay gravely says he plans to pursue
possible for these alleged criminals to send a message to others thinking of doing the same. 04:11:10 "you'll regret it, and there's a good chance that you're next." dunn revealed friday the investigation involved undercover operations incorporating people in the community. 04:24:31 "these were... without exception, as a result of citizens assisting us with undercover operations, making purchases from drug dealers in our community." dunn says those purchases ranged from 40 to 300 dollar increments, using several sales in a row to finally charge many of the individuals. captain robert fincher says the investigation is ongoing and the community can expect the announcement of more arrests in the near future. cpt. robert fincher, 1:34-1:39 "this is just the tip of the iceberg, there will be more coming." 04:40:14 "police say the hope is that this undercover arrests and indictments every three months, meaning this crack-down on illegal
martinsville, rob manch, wsls 10." danville police are investigating an early morning shooting. investigators say they were called to the 100 block of stonewall court around 2-15 and found a 21- year old man and 22-year old woman with gunshot wounds. both are expected to be okay. the victims told officers they were driving through the intersection of first and abbott streets when it happened. this comes as many in the river city are working together to bring an end to violent crime. wsls 10's colter anstaett joins us now live from the boys and girls club .. where a prayer vigil and neighborhood walk will get underway in a matter of minutes. colter -- you were there last week .. when the danville regional medical center hosted a similar event .. that's right, they did and dozens of people showed up. if i step out of the way now, you can see a pretty large crowd has gathered here for tonight's event as well. this whole idea of a walk and vigil
including 49 year-old dr. randolph neal, were shot around 7 p-m on february first. dr. neal was shot multiple times as he walked home from a meeting at the hospital and a neighbor of his was shot when he came out to see what was going on. just like last week, tonight community leaders will address everyone here and then everyone will walk together down the streets here near the boys and girls club in hopes of inspiring the community to really come together to end violence. as for this morning's shooting, the police department doesn't have much to go on. lt. mike wallace/danvill e police department: "we're having a hard time getting information from anywhere. of course, a lot of it's the time of morning that it is, but we're having a little difficulty with information on this one." i'm going to stick around here for a little bit... ...so we'll have an update on tonight's event on wsls 10 news at 11. live in danville, colter
washington and lee university students are getting involved in the upcoming presidential election. the school is hosting its mock republican convention. as wsls 10's duke carter explains .. the event has accurately predicted the nominee in 19 of the 25 presidential elections since 19-08. duke about 17- hundred students will fill the seats here at the mock convention on washington and lee's campus. vo the event is held every four years .. during presidential elections. over the weekend, a group of students will conduct
candidate for the party that is not in power -- in the case .. the republican party. so far .. the convention has featured speakers like jim o'connell .. who is part of the republican national committee and lexington mayor .. mimi elrod. the mayor says .. she believes the students will successfully predict the next republican candidate for white house. sot mimi elrod/lexington mayor: "i have confidence i know that you are up to the task you have worked so hard and so far to make this thing come together and doing it right so i suspect that you are going to choose the right nominee." on cam authors and political leaders will speak during four sessions. there will be another session tonight at 7:15. students are expected to make their prediction on the next republican nominee tomorrow after the 4th session .. which begins at three o'clock. we'll hear from students tonight at 11. in lexington .. duke carter wsls 10.
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a clipper system brought us more snow showers into the mountains, even with a few making it farther east beyond the blue ridge. that energy will move away from us later tonight, but through the evening we will still have the chance for some snow showers. a coating -2" is possible in the nrv and highlands even perhaps into the higher elevations of the roanoke valley, with a dusting possible in spots farther east.
friday, but at least the winds were not all that strong. however, they strengthen big-time tonight. a wind chill advisory is in from nelson, amherst, bedford, franklin, and patrick counties and points west from 11:00pm tonight through sunday at 10:00am. tonight: mountain snow showers taper off late, skies clear after midnight. cold & turning windy with lows in the mid-to-upper teens. wind chills will be below zero in the mountains. saturday: partly to mostly sunny & blustery please bundle up! with highs in the middle 20s. sunday will see a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid-to-upper 20s. the winds should weaken late saturday
tuesday we will be impacted by a dynamic and vigorous storm system. because the storm appears to be moving in earlier, that means the storm will have a little more cold air to work with. so, we think the precipitation will start around midnight sunday night/monday morning in the form of snow and continue as snow as it moves farther east through at least midday monday. after that, we could see a switchover in some spots the mountains will likely stay snow for a longer period by sometime monday afternoon to a wintry mix of freezing rain and snow, maybe even some sleet. we think
mix will changeover to plain rain for a period of time. then we could see the rain change back over to some snow before ending midday tuesday. as far as snow and ice accumulations, here's what we're thinking: roanoke, nrv, southern shenandoah: 2-5" of snow, 0.10- 0.25" of ice highlands: 5-9" of snow, 0.10- 0.25" of ice southside, lynchburg: coating-2" of snow, trace- 0.25" of ice spine of the blue ridge: 2-5" of snow, 0.25"+ of ice winter storm warnings will likely be issued for this event over the weekend. temperatures will reach the low-to-mid 30s on monday, climbing into the lower 40s by later tuesday afternoon. a very weak piece of energy may impact us on wednesday morning, bringing more light mountain snow showers. otherwise, we will see more clouds than sun on wednesday with highs in the low-to-mid 40s. thursday and friday both look partly sunny and dry. temperatures will continue to rise into the upper 40s on
boys basketball team wrapped up their regular season with an 81-63 victory over william fleming last night. with the post season looming.. the vikings are hoping that success carries over. last year the northside boys basketball team emerged as a state contender in the 3a ranks, making it all the way to the state semifinals. this year, they hope that experience helps bring them back to richmond. bright "us was making it to the state finals for really hope this mature as a team and everybody got a lot better and just working on the season really helped us take that next step the vikings closed out the regular season with a 21-1 record. notching a win over defending 2a state champions martinsville along the
pope: "it was a heck of a hard game i was really proud of you guys because i thought that we can't battling and we found a way towards the end of the third in the fourth quarter it was really great quarter for throughout the season the team has always seemed to 'find a way,' and the senior class has been a major contributor to that success. pope: "the senior group is been everything and coach would want and i think they show leadership they care about each other." tucker: "we all work hard because we all have that one goal to win state and the younger guys is well they're hungry just as much is the seniors." as the post season begins the team will take it game by game, but it's no secret the players have their eyes on the prize. i'd love to see another state final for trip to richmond and hopefully the state championship you know you want to do want to state championship in the william fleming- northside game last night... a former colonel was honored at halftime. troy daniels who plays for the charlotte hornets was in town and had the honor of seeing his jersey be retired. he hopes
other athletes looking to the nba. i always tell him i always tell the young bull you know around the whole roanoke valley that you can be anything you want to be it's not just talk to dr. boyer president of the united states you have to believe infidel to phone place you can make it on the place by believing. 3 little words...one big highlight.. cut it out! bucks- wizards game yesterday... jabari parker will slam down a huge dunk!! nbc nightly news is next.
tonight, dangerous freeze. below zero in 16 states. 65 million people plunge into the teeth of a polar vortex. urgent warnings of a potentially deadly winter blast. donald trump threatens to sue ted cruz as bernie sanders accuses hillary clinton of landing a low blow. it's getting nasty. macte horror, a viterbo restaurant attack. a man suddenly starts slashing and stabbing
the fbi investigating and asking was it terrorism? trapped by war. our team inside syria as word of a deal to stop the bloodshed is met with skepticism, and assad vows to retake the entire country. and your medical records at risk of being stolen and sold for fraud. one out of three americans hit. how to protect your most sensitive personal information. "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. good evening. there are warnings tonight of a dangerous freed about to plunge a huge part of the country in its grip as the dreaded polar vortex moves south. parts of 16 states will see temperatures below zero and windchills that make it feel a lot colder. yes, it's winter. it's february, it's supposed to be cold, but as we've come to know cold snaps of this extreme can be deadly, and in this