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corridor from the new river valley to virginia beach. # samecg"i just didn't think i was going to make it. " live team coverage.... as communities mourn.... and begin to pick up the pieces. good morning and thanks for joining us on virginia today here on w-s-l-s 10. i'm jenna zibton. and i'm patrick mckee. deadly storms caused destruction and power outages from louisiana to pennsylvania. virginia is under a state of emergency this morning. four died in the storm. three died... when a suspected tornado tore through the town of waverly. in appomatox county... a funnel cloud left an 8- to 10-mile path of destruction... killing one man whose home in evergreen was destroyed. state police say seven people people were injured... two seriously. we have live team coverage this morning... erin brookshier is in appomatox with a look at the damage and how people are recovering this morning. but we start with storm team ten meteorologist kristina montuori.. kristina.. the storms may be gone... but now we're dealing
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today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible. temperatures
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tuesday will be partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the middle 50s. time now for your timesaver traffic report. virginia is under a state of emergency this morning. cleanup will pick up this morning across the commonwealth .. and here in our area. governor terry mcauliffe will tour some of the hardest hit areas today.. which includes appomattox county. w-s-l-s 10's erin brookshier continues our team coverage live in that area with more on what you're seeing this morning...erin?.## # i'm in ---- where it's likely that a tornado hit here yesterday.. but we won't know for sure until later today.
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that severe weather caused what many people are saying is the worst damage they've ever seen. reports are in of nearly 45 homes damaged-- at least one is a late last night.. police confirmed at least one person, a man who was reported missing-- has been pronounced dead. this now brings total deaths in virginia to 4 ... 3 in waverly; 1 in appomattox county it's a storm that's affected nearly everybody in this town. everybody in this town. susan shirey 12:25:55 every body knows somebody that's affected by it. we are a close community our hearts go out to anyone that has lost their homes or
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yesterday.. but we won't know for sure until later today. what we do know at this point.. is that severe weather caused what more than 20 people are waking
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morning in tappahannock... that's in essex county... after a storm moves through the northeastern part of the state. some injuries are said to be critical. several people were trapped with rescues taking place into the night. police believe they have now accounted for all of those who were missing. many homes and a church were destroyed by the storm along a five to six mile long damage path. neil harvey, essex county residentit just demolished everything through this, couple houses that are gone completely, the church is gone, and a lot of people hurting now, there are like 3 or 4 people" witnesses say they saw three separate tornadoes touchdown... tossing homes into the street.### if you want to help.... gleaning for the world is getting relief to tornado victims in shelters. the american red cross set up a shelter for people who couldn't stay at home. you can donate online. god's pit crew out of danville will be sending people to look at
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waverly to see how they can help... and possibly rebuild for families. there's a link to both of those organizations on our website... wsls dot com. # when we're not on the air.. you can stay up to date information on our website.. wsls dot com. we'll also post updates on our facebook and twitter pages. and make sure stick with us throughout the morning... for updates... and again at noon. coverage.### six people are found guilty on trial of waynesboro police reserve captain kevin quick. four people were found guilty on charges related to the murder of quick... while the other two were found guilty of being gang ring leaders in a racketeering conspiracy. the nearly ten hours of deliberating. the prosecution says after spending thousands of hours on this case... they're pleased over the verdict. rusty mcguire/special united states attorney - "it was over 10,000 hours work hours of all the investigators,
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office, the virginia state police, the federal bureau of investigation, and all the other agencies that worked together. it was a tremendous effort." one of the defendants' lawyers said he wasn't surprised because the evidence was powerful. # amanda taylor will spend the rest of her life in prison in connection with the stabbing death of her late husband's father. the montgomery county commonwealth's attorney says the 24-year-old was sentenced in the first degree murder of charles taylor on wednesday. she was found guilty back in november. before sentencing the judge told taylor she was "evil personified" after showing "little or no remorse" for her actions.### in what's news today... the roanoke county school board meets tonight to discuss the calendar for the next school year. school is scheduled to start on august 24th... with the last day of school on june 7th. students will get two weeks off for christmas. there are three banked days... built in as make-up days. # vinton town council meets tonight to talk about the chief of police position. the board
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interview candidates. former chief ben cook retired in october. # contractors hired by botetourt county are scheduled to move the second of two historical structures today at the greenfield plantation. earlier this week, the group friends of the greenfield preston plantation presented the board of supervisors a check for $40,000 to cancel the move. the county has leased the land to the economic development authority in an effort to bring more business to the county. the u-s department of labor is set to release their weekly jobless claims later this morning. last week's report saw the number of weekly applications for unemployment assistance fall seven-thousand, to a seasonally adjusted 273- thousand. a study released by consulting firm j.d. power finds lexus, porsche and buick to be the most dependable vehicle brands. it rated brands by the number of problems those owners had experienced in the last 12 months. lexus was rated most dependable, followed by porsche, buick, toyota and g-m-c.
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most problems reported per vehicle, were dodge, ford, smart, land rover and jeep. owners were also most likely to report problems with entertainment systems, navigation and phone connectivity. # and here's another reason to be careful on the roadways. according to a third annual study by insurance quotes dot-com, drivers now pay an average of 44 percent more for car insurance after making a single claim of two-thousand dollars or more. that's up three percentage points compared to last year. the study found california has the highest post-claim increase, where just one claim can lead to an average premium increase of 89 percent.### turning back to the forecast... storm team ten meteorologist kristina montuori has more --
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today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible. temperatures will top out in the upper 50s
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and breezy with highs in the middle 50s. . turning back to the forecast... and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible.
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will top out in the upper 50s tuesday will be partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the middle 50s. . sometimes the "like" button just doesn't cut it when expressing how you feel about a facebook post.
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the cutest part of awards season is officially here. how a mother and her daughters are recreating the 2016 oscar nominess when
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now to what's trending now... a look at the biggest social networking, online and technology talkers. facebook's "like" button has just gotten a lot more expressive. the social media site is releasing "reactions" to all 1-point-six-billion worldwide users. by holding down the "like" button on mobile devices or hovering over it on a desktop, users can now access five additional emohjis to express themselves. users can pick from "like," love," "sad." the mission to build reactions began just over a year ago when facebook conceded the site needed a more nuanced way for users to interact with posts this year's oscar nominees might
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a bit darker than usual...but a mother and her daughters are putting an adorable twist on the box office hits. photographer "maggie storino" and her three children...sadie, sophia and sloane... are recreating some of the most iconic moments from this year's best picture films. from "the revanant"... to "the martian" and even "mad max: fury road"... i's all part of the annual "dont call me oscar" series on instagram.. the family has been recreating these iconic moments for more than five years. a new york times article about breakfast cereal is getting national attention due to the bizarre reason why younger generations don't eat the crunchy treat. a study found thay 40 percent of millennials say cereal is an inconvenient breakfast choice because they had to clean up after
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instead, younger consumers are turning to convenient options that can be eaten on the go. the morning meal has been a staple in many homes and is considered an easy morning routine, but recent figures show its popularity has been fading since the 1990s. now to kristina, with for a look at our forecast. today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor.
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especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few
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temperatures will top out in the upper 50s a surprising nascar announcement... how it's a major boost to one auto company. plus... we continue our live team coverage on the deadly virginia storms.... as we're under a state of emergency this morning.
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welcome back to virginia today here on w-s-l-s 10....it's i'm jenna zibton. and i'm patrick mckee. uva is preparing for college
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explains.# vouva vo in monitor good morning everybody... the cavs may have dropped a three point heartbreaker to miami, but that hasn't dampened the showdown excitement coming to charlottesville this weekend.. college gameday set to be on hand in charlottesville .. as the 3rd ranked cavs are hosting 7th ranked north carolina-- coach tony bennett hopes the hoopla..works in his team's favor.. sot tony bennett/uva head coach"".....i guess that'sa god sign that its here. you are playing a great team in carolina, we are in a strong spot, and it's a hotly contested conference race so i think the fact taht its here. you know hopefully itl'l bring a lot of excitement and we can play our best...when in a
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after carolina's win tonight..they are a game up on miami 1 and louisville and two full games up on virginia... appy a surprise manufacturer switch-a roo today.. stewart-haas shakes up the nascar world..by switching auto makers. vo the team..is switching..from chevrolet...to ford...in 2017. which can be labeled...a shocker.. stewart haas currently fields teams for tony stewart, kevin harvick kurt busch and danica patrick... and has been with chevy since its inception in 2009... they've won a pair of sprint cup titles...with stewart in 2011 and harvick in 2014. the move ends the longstanding alliance they had with hendrick motorsports--- where they receive engines and chassis.. full screen despite reports to the
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he's progressing nicely..from back surgery.. two members of the british called up... to help after deadly storms hit the commonwealth. live team coverage... as we get new information overnight. # the storm may have caused destruction across the state... but after the storm... a rainbow could been seen in many areas. you sent these pictures in. continue sending your pictures to news at wsls dot com... or post
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"he opened up the door and said ... momma tornado,
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more than a dozen possible tornadoes hit the east coast ... raising the death toll from a brutal storm system that battered the region for a second day. # "you'd never know it was there clean across the highway" a look at the trail of destruction as people across the commonwealth begin the process. # good morning and thanks for here on wsls 10. i'm jenna zibton. and i'm patrick mckee. deadly storms in virginia... as we're under a state of emergency this morning. at least, four people are dead.... and dozens of others are hurt... after tornado reports. appomattox ...sussex.. and essex county were all hit hard wednesday afternoon.... as a state of emergency was declared. right now ... appomattox county schools and cornerstone christian academy are closed... patrick county schools are going in two hours late. there are numerous reports of downed trees... fallen power lines... and storm damage. fifty soldiers in virginia
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guard will be deployed this morning to help with clean-up. several shelters are also open for people, many of whom have no power. we have live team coverage this morning... erin brookshier is in appomatox with a look at the damage and how people are recovering this morning. but we start with storm team ten meteorologist kristina montuori.. kristina.. the storms may be gone... but now we're dealing with high winds. # today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures
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saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few time now for your timesaver traffic report. governor terry mcauliffe declares a state of emergency as cleanup is underway across the our area. he'll be touring some of the hardest hit areas today.. which includes appomattox county. that's where w- s-l-s 10's erin brookshier joins us live ... erin-- what are you seeing out there this morning. # but for the most part it is extremely dark out here this morning.. about three- thousand dominion
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currently without power. dominion power plans to be on scene all night and says it will likely be mid day tomorrow before they get everyone's power is restored. everyone's power is restored. "this is catastrophic. it's going to take a while to get it back on. we are just going to work safe, take our time. dominion power says they will have about 150 crew members out
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working to get all of the downed lines repaired. cleanup efforts will begin this morning in waverly... a small town in sussex county. at least three people were hurt.
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victims -- all males -- a two-year-old.. a 26-year-old and 50-year-old... were thrown storm. local police shut the town down... and are enforcing a curfew. people are trying to grasp devastation they've never seen before. brian reid, witness:"i saw the clouds getting dark in the back, the next thing i know, the wind just started blowing ...it was as fierce as i've ever seen."butted sharon faison, witness:"it's horrible cars were completely crumbled on the highway, it picked up cars and through them in a ditch so it really did some damage." emergency responders are continuing to comb through the debris, searching for those in need. they have established a command center at a local shopping center. we are expecting a news conference from state police at seven this morning... with updates on damage across virginia # severe thunderstorms moved up the east coast wednesday leaving a path of destruction all the way from the carolinas to pennsylvania. the storms left thousands of people without power, and brought strong winds and hail to our nations capitol. major flight delays were reported across the d-c metro
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in pennsylvania... utility providers estimate that there are about 60-thousand customers in the dark. firefighters in lancaster county responded to multiple reports of collapsed homes in additions to downed trees. nocgmos-no font "we heard -- you know, you hear stuff tossing and turning and we heard debris and stuff like that but i mean this is just like not even real" there were also possible tornado sighting in central north carolina. there were no deaths or serious injuries reported there. this comes after the severe weather killed at least four people across the deep south on tuesday.### when we're not on the air.. you can stay up to date information on our website.. wsls dot com. we'll also post updates on our facebook and twitter pages. and make sure to stick with wsls all morning... and today at noon. we will continue our live team coverage and will also have the latest look at the forecast.### in other news... henrico police continue searching for a man wanted for abduction, burglary and assault.
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for a domestic dispute, they learned that justin newcomb forced his way into the home, assaulted someone. police believe that he also took his four year old son jesse. newcomb is believe to be travelling in a white four door volkswagen with virginia plates.### state police blood hound teams start a new "wilderness survival program" to reach out to adults and kids. state trooper arthur price junior and 2- year-old ellie may are one of seven handler and blood hound teams across the commonwealth. the first dog tracking dog was brought on board in 2006 and since then.. a dog has been added in each division in the commonwealth. just last week -- price and ellie may tracked down a missing woman in henry county. they're now talking to kids and adults ahead of the increase in hiking this spring and hunting in the fall. arthur price jr/state police "we try to educate them if they get separated from their families to stay where they are and we will come and find them. instead of continuing to
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a way out of the wilderness." trooper price and ellie may train at least four hours every week and take part in monthly training with another team. people in montgomery county living on brush creek road in riner are asking for help to keep their road safe. they say this is what the road looks like after rain and snow melt. several cars got stuck.. and gravel has run off onto people's property. they are asking vdot for more regular maintenance to prevent these issues. vdot part of brush creek is scheduled to be paved next year.### new this morning... we continue our closer look at college costs. a virginia delegate says about 1 million virginians owe more than $30 billion in student loans. radford university students are a student
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going to washington.... and richmond. talking to lawmakers about the rising costs of college. lawmakers are listening. virginia lawmakers passed new laws... after a series of key findings in the "joint legislative audit and review commission" report. one law limits the percentage of student fees that can be used for athletics programs. 21:4:30 colby bender, radford university senior / sga president it's necessary to raise tuition sometimes but it's gotten so out of hand and financial aid in virginia is just so inconsistently funded students don't really have the opportunity especially if you're from a very low income family to go to college 46 d-va there are common sense things we can do. allowing students to refinance their debt at a lower interest rate, making it easier to start at a community college and then go on to a four-year institution and have those credits fully transfer. we'll take an even closer look at how students and lawmakers are working to lower the cost of college... coming up tonight report at six. # now to kristina, with a look at our
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today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible.
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will top out in the upper 50s tuesday will be partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the middle 50s. . education matters report at six. # and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and
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the new supreme court justice continues...as obama pushes for a nomination. the potential candidate whose background is raising eyebrows.. plus we're learning more about presidential hopefuls who are making plans to visit the commonwealth... ahead of tonights g-o-p debate. the latest in the race for
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general mills is removing artificial flavors and colors from our cereals. so you can love cereal... again! pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both your itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide.
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thank you for joining us for virginia today on w-s-l-s. i'm... patrick mckee. and i'm... jenna zibton. later today the senate is expected to vote on a resolution--- basically a statement - about the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. but republicans vow the vote president obama wants - to replace scalia - will never happen. and even though both sides seem thawing. n-b-c's tracie potts explains. # sot: senator mitch mcconnell :00-:05 "we will not have hearings. in short, there will not be action taken." but now the white house and
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grassley - the republican head of the judiciary committee that holds supreme court confirmation hearings - will meet with president obama next week. nbc news has also confirmed the white house is vetting a republican - nevada governor and former federal judge brian sandoval - to replace justice scalia. sot: president barack obama/ no super :28-:42 "and i think it will be very difficult for mr. mcconnell to explain how if public concludes this person is very well qualified, that the senate should stand in way simply for political reasons." sot: mark murray/ nbc news sr. political editor :44-:47 "this is a way for democrats and the white house to extract maximum pain on republicans." democrats have a petition, one- point-three million people who say the senate should nominee. sot: senator harry reid d-nv/ sen. minority leader :55-1:01 "it is wrong, and i don't believe the american people will stand for this. the senate needs to do it's job." republican leaders insist they won't even consider an election year. tracie potts, nbc news, washington.
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hopefuls are set to face-off in houston, texas tonight for the 10th time. coming off his win in nevada's caucuses tuesday night, frontrunner donald trump hopes to build on his momentum, as super tuesday approaches. senators marco rubio and ted cruz are locked in a fierce battle for second place. john kasich and dr. ben carson will also take part. tonight's debate is scheduled to kick off at the university of houston at 8:30.### another republican candidate for president is coming to the roanoke valley ahead of super tuesday. florida senator marco rubio's campaign released details night. the event will be at roanoke college in salem. rubio's announcement frontrunner donald trump's campaign announced an event at radford university. that will be on monday, one day before virginia's open primary. # in ten cares heart health, according to the american heart association, 88 percent of
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cardiac arrest do so at home. cpr can be used to get the victim's heart beating normally again, yet 70 percent of americans don't know how to do it. studies show that victims who have cpr administered are three times more likely to survive than those who have to wait for help to arrive. those who teach cpr say it's easy to learn. cathy cockrell/weste rn virginia ems council 3137 "putting your hands on people and pushing hard and pushing fast is what we want to teach people. you don't need fancy equipment, you just need your hands." you can find information about c-p-r courses by visiting the american heart association and the red cross online. we have links for you on wsls dot com.### a new study finds marijuana- related e-r visits have risen in colorado since the drug was legalized -- especially for out of state visitors. records showed there was a 109- percent increase in emergency room activity for people visiting colorado -- compared to a 44-percent increase among
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say first-time users may not be prepared how their body reacts to marijuana. the most common symptoms from smoking or eating cannabis products ... were anxiety, hallucinations, palpitations and vomiting. today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind fall. friday will start windy. the
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weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible. temperatures will top out in the upper 50s tuesday will be partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the middle 50s. today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers.
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know before you head out the door this morning.. a deadly and fast-moving storm
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commonwealth wednesday... spawning at least one tornado and killing four people. this is a live look from appomattox areas where a funnel cloud left an 8- to 10- mile path of destruction. state police say one man was killed in evergreen after his home was destroyed...7 others were hurt, two seriously. across virginia... a state of fifty soldiers in deployed to various areas this morning to help with clean- waverly ...a small town in sussex county...also saw significant damage. three people were killed... police say a 2- year-old child and two men died after they were tossed from their mobile home. governor mcauliffe is expected to visit waverly and appomattox later today. because of the severe weather we are following some school delays and closings... right now appomattox county schools... and cornerstone christian academy are closed. patrick county and smyth county schools are going in two hours late.
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at wsls dot com for the latest developments. today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. our region as you head out the door this morning. ahead at 6..... more severe weather team coverage. plus.... amazon is expanding... the new products being offered by the retail giant.
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deadly storms in virginia. four people are dead.... others hurt.... damage stretches the 460 corridor from the new river valley to virginia beach. # samecg"i just didn't think i was going to make it. " live team coverage.... as communities mourn.... and begin to pick up the pieces. good morning and thanks for joining us on virginia today here on w-s-l-s 10. i'm jenna zibton. and i'm patrick mckee. deadly storms caused destruction and power outages from louisiana to pennsylvania. virginia is under a state of emergency this morning after four people were killed and several others hurt. a 2-year-old child and two men were killed when a suspected tornado tore through the town of waverly. in appomatox county... a funnel cloud left an 8- to 10-mile path of destruction... killing one man whose home in evergreen was destroyed. he has not yet been
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state police say seven people people were injured... two seriously. governor mcaulife will be touring these areas as 50 soldiers in the virginia national guard are deployed to help with cleanup. we have live team coverage this morning... erin brookshier is in appomatox with a look at the damage and how people are recovering this morning. but we start with storm team ten meteorologist kristina montuori.. kristina.. the storms may be gone... but now we're dealing with high winds. # today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s.
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with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible. temperatures will top out in the upper 50s tuesday will be partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the middle 50s. time now for your timesaver traffic report. virginia is under a state of emergency this morning. cleanup will pick up this morning across the commonwealth .. and here in our area. governor terry mcauliffe will tour some of the hardest hit areas today.. which includes
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w-s-l-s 10's erin brookshier continues our team coverage live in that area with more on what you're seeing this morning...erin?.## # i'm in ---- where it's likely that a tornado hit here yesterday.. but we won't know for sure until later today. what we do know at this point.. is that severe weather caused what many people are saying is the worst damage they've ever seen. reports are in of nearly 45 homes damaged-- at least one is a total loss. late last night.. police confirmed at least one person, a man who pronounced dead. this now brings total deaths in virginia to 4 ... 3 in waverly; 1 in appomattox county
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susan shirey 12:25:55 every body knows somebody that's affected by it. we are a close community our hearts go out to anyone that has lost their homes or anything in this yesterday.. but we won't know for sure until later today. what we do know at this point.. is that severe weather caused what
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morning in tappahannock... that's in essex county... after a storm moves through the northeastern part of the state. critical. several people were trapped with rescues taking place into the night. police believe they have now accounted for all of those who were missing. many homes and a church were destroyed by the storm along a five to six mile long damage path. neil harvey, essex county residentit just demolished
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houses that are gone completely, the church is gone, and a lot of people hurting now, there are like 3 or 4 people" witnesses say they saw three separate tornadoes touchdown... tossing homes into the street.### if you want to help.... gleaning for the world is getting relief to tornado victims in shelters. the american red cross set up a shelter for people who couldn't stay at home. you can donate online. god's pit crew out of danville will be sending people to look at the damage in appomattox and waverly to see how they can help... and possibly rebuild for families. there's a link to both of those organizations on our website... wsls dot com. # when we're not on the air.. you can stay up to date information on our website.. wsls dot com. we'll also post updates on our facebook and twitter pages. and make sure stick with us throughout the morning... for updates... and again at noon. we
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six people are found guilty on all counts... in the murder trial of waynesboro police reserve captain kevin quick. four people were found guilty on charges related to the murder of quick... while the other two were found guilty of being gang ring leaders in a racketeering conspiracy. the jury read the verdict after nearly ten hours of deliberating. the prosecution says after spending thousands of hours on this case... they're pleased over the verdict. rusty mcguire/special united states attorney - "it was over 10,000 hours work hours of all the investigators, the louisa county sheriff's office, the virginia state police, the federal bureau of investigation, and all the other agencies that worked together. it was a tremendous effort." one of the defendants' lawyers said he wasn't surprised because the evidence was powerful. # amanda taylor will spend the rest of her life in prison in connection with the stabbing death of her late husband's father. the montgomery county
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24-year-old was sentenced in the first degree murder of charles taylor on wednesday. she was found guilty back in november. before sentencing the judge told taylor she was "evil personified" after showing "little or no remorse" for her actions.### in what's news today... the roanoke county school board meets tonight to discuss the calendar for the next school year. school is scheduled to start on august 24th... with the last day of school on june 7th. students will get two weeks off for christmas. there are three banked days... built in as make-up days. # vinton town council meets tonight to talk about the chief of police position. the board will go into closed session to interview candidates. former chief ben cook retired in october. # contractors hired by botetourt county are scheduled to move the second of two historical structures today at the greenfield plantation. earlier this week, the group friends of the greenfield preston plantation presented the board of supervisors a check for $40,000 to cancel the move. the county has leased the land to the
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in an effort to bring more business to the county. the u-s department of labor is set to release their weekly jobless claims later this morning. last week's report saw the number of weekly applications for unemployment assistance fall seven-thousand, to a seasonally adjusted 273- thousand. it's a question you've probably never thought about.... how you've probably never thought about.... how much would it cost to buy one of everything offered on amazon? the answer: nearly 12-point-86 billion dollars. that's according to a computer scientist in zurich who says he does brain-related research. he first determined there were 479 million different items and that the average price of an item was about 27 dollars. amazon is looking to disrupt the clothing industry.
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on its website for a while now. but amazon isn't just selling clothes - it's making them, according to an analyst with key banc. the company has reportedly introduced several private label clothing brands and started selling them on their website### turning back to the forecast... storm team ten meteorologist kristina montuori has more -- kristina?? today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to
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friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible. temperatures will top out in the upper 50s tuesday will be partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the middle 50s. . today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor.
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mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties sometimes the "like" button just doesn't cut it when expressing how you feel about a facebook post. the new feature... now available worldwide. # the cutest part of awards season is officially here. how a mother and her daughters
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now to what's trending now... a look at the biggest social networking, online and technology talkers. facebook's "like" button has just gotten a lot more expressive. the social media site is releasing "reactions" to all 1-point-six-billion worldwide users. by holding down the "like" button on mobile devices or hovering over it on a desktop, users can now access five additional emohjis to express themselves. users can pick from "like," love," "humor," anger," "wow," and "sad." the mission to build reactions began just over a year ago when facebook conceded the site needed a more nuanced way for users to interact with posts
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be a bit darker than usual...but a mother and her daughters are putting an adorable twist on the box office hits. photographer "maggie storino" and her three children...sadie, sophia and sloane... are recreating some of the most iconic moments from this year's best picture films. from "the revanant"... to "the martian" and even "mad max: fury road"... i's all part of the annual "dont call me oscar" series on instagram..
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these iconic moments for more than five years. a new york times article about breakfast cereal is getting national attention due to the bizarre reason why younger generations don't eat the crunchy treat. a study found thay 40 percent of millennials say cereal is an inconvenient breakfast choice because they had to clean up after eating it. instead, younger consumers are turning to convenient options that can be eaten on the go. the morning meal has been a staple an easy morning routine, but recent figures show its popularity has been fading since the 1990s. at our forecast.
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cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few temperatures will top out in the upper 50s tuesday will be partly cloudy
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today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures a surprising nascar announcement... how it's a major boost to one auto company. plus... we continue our live team coverage on the deadly virginia storms.... as we're under a
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virginia today here on w-s-l-s 10....it's i'm jenna zibton. and i'm patrick mckee. uva is preparing for college game day this weekend. explains.# vouva vo in monitor good morning everybody... the cavs may have dropped a three point heartbreaker to miami, but that hasn't dampened the showdown excitement coming to charlottesville this weekend.. college gameday set to be on
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as the 3rd ranked cavs are hosting 7th ranked north carolina-- coach tony bennett hopes the hoopla..works in his team's sot tony bennett/uva head coach"".....i guess that'sa god sign that its here. you are playing a great team in carolina, we are in a strong spot, and it's a hotly contested conference race so i think the fact taht its here. you know hopefully itl'l bring a lot of excitement and we can play our best...when in a cont vo after carolina's win tonight..they are a game up on miami 1 and louisville and two full games up on virginia... appy a surprise manufacturer switch-a roo today.. stewart-haas shakes up the nascar world..by switching auto makers. vo the team..is switching..from chevrolet...to ford...in 2017. which can be labeled...a shocker..
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teams for tony stewart, kevin harvick kurt busch and danica patrick... and has been with chevy since its inception in 2009... they've won a pair of sprint cup titles...with stewart in 2011 and harvick in 2014. the move ends the longstanding alliance they had with hendrick motorsports--- where they receive engines and chassis.. full screen despite reports to the contrary..tiger' s agent says he's progressing nicely..from back surgery.. two members of the british parliament have sent a letter to the nfl saying change the redskins name..or send a different team to our country this fall...resdkins are scheduled to play therein a bout 8 months. and number 5 xavier..takes out the top team in the land....90-83 vo ended it... it's the x men--edmund sumner...the driver and dish... amd james farr..the thunk and dunk.. it's xavier..with the upset win. sports. the virginia national guard is called up... to help after deadly storms hit the commonwealth. live team coverage... as we get new information
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destruction across the state... but after the storm... many areas. you sent these pictures in. continue sending your pictures to news at wsls dot com... or post them to our facebook and twitter
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"he opened up the door and said ... momma tornado, tornado." more than a dozen possible tornadoes hit the east coast ... raising the death toll from a brutal storm system that battered the region for a second day. # "you'd never know it was there it just picked it up and took it clean across the highway" a look at the trail of destruction as people across the commonwealth begin the recovery process. #
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joining us on virginia today here on wsls 10. i'm jenna zibton. and i'm patrick mckee. deadly storms in virginia... as we're under a state of emergency this morning. at least, four people are dead.... and dozens of others are hurt... after tornado reports. appomattox ...sussex.. and essex county were all hit hard wednesday afternoon.... as a state of emergency was declared. check out this photo from dumfries, virginia... as "tricia bovey" captures just how large this storm was. and here in southwest virginia... "daniel roach" captured this funnel cloud video. there are numerous reports of downed trees... fallen power lines... and storm damage. fifty soldiers in virginia national guard will be deployed this morning to help with clean-up... and governor mcauliffe will be touring the hardest hit areas. several shelters are also open for people, many of whom have no power. we have live team coverage this
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appomatox with a look at the damage and how people are recovering this morning. but we start with storm team ten meteorologist kristina montuori.. kristina.. the storms may be gone... but now we're dealing with high winds. # today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s.
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mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible. temperatures will top out in the upper 50s tuesday will be partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the middle 50s. time now for your timesaver traffic report. governor terry mcauliffe declares a state of emergency as governor terry mcauliffe declares a state of emergency as cleanup is underway across the commonwealth .. and here in our area. he'll be touring some of the hardest hit areas today.. which includes appomattox county. that's where w- s-l-s 10's erin brookshier joins us live ... erin--
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but for the most part it is extremely dark out here this morning.. about three- thousand dominion customers in appomattox county are currently without power. dominion power plans to be on scene all night and says it will likely be mid day tomorrow before they get everyone's power is restored. everyone's power is restored. "this is catastrophic. it's going to take a while to get it back on. we are just going to work safe, take our time. dominion power says they will have about 150 crew members out here tomorrow working to get all
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cleanup efforts will begin this
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town in sussex county. at least three people were killed... eight others were hurt. rico bush has the latest. virginia state police confirm a man and a 50-year- old man were killed in the town of waverly after a severe storm hit the area wednesday afternoon. during a press conference just before 6 p.m., sgt. michelle anaya with virginia state police said they have three confirmed fatalities. police have not released the victims' names. as of now, the exact number of residents displaced or injured is not confirmed, but at least
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been reported injured, according to anaya. virginia state police said there were reports in the area of seeing a funnel cloud. the national weather service says the waverly tornado was the only confirmed twister, but it's suspected several others may have touched down. tornado damage was reported in waverly not long after a tornado warning was issued wednesday afternoon. and a 50-year- old man were killed in the town of waverly after a severe storm hit the area wednesday afternoon. during a press conference just before 6 p.m., sgt. michelle anaya with virginia state police said they have three confirmed fatalities. police have not released the victims' names. as
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coast wednesday leaving a path of destruction all the way from the carolinas to pennsylvania. the storms left thousands of people without power, and brought strong winds and hail to our nations capitol. major flight delays were reported across the d-c metro area. in pennsylvania... utility providers estimate that there are about 60-thousand customers in the dark. firefighters in lancaster county responded to multiple reports of collapsed homes in additions to downed trees. nocgmos-no font "we heard -- you know, you hear stuff tossing and turning and we heard debris and stuff like that but i mean this is just like not even real" there were also possible tornado sighting in central north carolina. there were no deaths or serious injuries reported there. this comes after the severe weather killed at least four people across the deep south on tuesday.### when we're not on the air.. you can stay up to date information on our website.. wsls dot com. we'll also post updates on our
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and make sure to stick with wsls all morning... and today at noon. we will continue our live team coverage and will also have the latest look at the forecast.### now to kristina, with a look at our forecast. today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s.
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highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible. temperatures will top out in the upper 50s tuesday will be partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the middle 50s. . today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures
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saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few the new supreme court justice continues...as obama pushes for a nomination. the potential candidate whose background is raising eyebrows.. plus we're learning more about presidential hopefuls who are making plans to visit the commonwealth... ahead of tonights g-o-p
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thank you for joining us for virginia today on w-s-l-s. i'm... patrick mckee. and i'm... jenna zibton. later today the senate is expected to vote on a resolution--- basically a statement - about the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. the white house and senate confirm that chuck grassley - the republican head of the judiciary committee will
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nbc news has also confirmed the white house is vetting a republican - nevada governor and former federal judge brian sandoval - to replace justice scalia. sot: president barack obama/ no super :28-:42 "and i think it will be very difficult for mr. mcconnell to explain how if public concludes this person is very well qualified, that the senate should stand in way simply for political reasons." democrats have a petition, one- point-three million people who say the senate should not block the president's nominee. republican leaders insist they won't even consider an obama appointee during an election year. republican presidential hopefuls are set to face-off in houston, texas tonight for the 10th time. coming off his win in nevada's caucuses tuesday night, frontrunner donald trump hopes to build on his momentum, as super tuesday approaches. senators marco rubio and ted cruz are locked in a fierce battle
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will also take part. tonight's debate is scheduled to kick off at the university of houston at 8:30.### another republican candidate for president is coming to the roanoke valley ahead of super tuesday. florida senator marco rubio's campaign released details of a rally scheduled for sunday night. the event will be at roanoke college in salem. rubio's announcement comes the same day republican frontrunner donald trump's campaign announced an event at radford university. that will be on monday, one day before virginia's open primary. # in ten cares heart health, according to the american heart association, 88 percent of people who go into sudden cardiac arrest do so at home. cpr can be used to get the victim's heart beating normally again, yet 70 percent of americans don't know how to do it. studies show that victims who have cpr administered are three times more likely to survive than those who have to wait for help to arrive. those who teach cpr say it's easy to learn. cathy cockrell/weste rn virginia ems council 3137 "putting your
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and pushing fast is what we want to teach people. you don't need fancy equipment, you just need your hands." you can find information about c-p-r courses by visiting the american heart association and the red cross online. we have links for you on wsls dot com.### a new study finds marijuana- related e-r visits have risen in colorado since the drug was legalized -- especially for out of state visitors. records showed there was a 109- percent increase in emergency room activity for people visiting colorado -- compared to a 44-percent increase among residents of the state. experts say first-time users may not be prepared how their body reacts to marijuana. the most common symptoms from smoking or eating cannabis products ... were anxiety, hallucinations, palpitations and vomiting. today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding
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scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to isolated showers possible. temperatures will top out in the upper 50s tuesday will be partly cloudy middle 50s. today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph,
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elevations west of the blue ridge parkway. the saturated ground along with the high wind could cause trees to fall. friday will start windy. the wind will gradually weaken through friday evening. temperatures will top out in the lower 40s. saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 40s. sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. monday looks partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible. temperatures more severe weather coverage is coming up next.
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we hope you can join us today for daytime blue ridge.. today on the show.. a southern bite with a hint of spice... the quarter joins us in the daytime kitchen for a delicious cajun inspired dish... lindee plus, we visit the rug, mattress and
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know before you head out the door this morning.. a deadly and fast-moving storm swept across the commonwealth wednesday... spawning at least one tornado and killing four people. one of the hardest hit areas was appomattox county where a
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mile path of destruction. state police say one man was killed in evergreen after his home was destroyed...7 others were hurt, two seriously. across virginia... a state of emergency has been declared. and fifty soldiers in virginia national guard will be deployed to various areas this morning to help with clean- up waverly ...a small town in sussex county...also saw significant damage. three people were killed... police say a 2- year-old child and two men died after they were tossed from their mobile home. governor mcauliffe is expected to visit waverly and appomattox later today. more than 20 people are waking up in the hospital this morning in tappahannock... that's in essex county... some injuries are said to be critical. several people were trapped with rescues taking place into the night. police believe they have now accounted for all of those who were missing. many homes and a church were destroyed by the storm along a five to six mile long damage path. witnesses say they saw three
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today will be mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most of us stay dry, however, our west va. counties and counties boarding west va. will see scattered light snow showers. the wind will be a huge factor. we could have gusts over 50 mph, especially in our highest elevations west of the blue our region as you head out the door this morning. we were planning to bring you a story on the impact the mens and womens odac basketball tournament will have on the roanoke valley... but because of severe weather coverage we will be bringing you that story tomorrow morning. we are under a state of emergency and appomattox county
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are hosting a press conference in just a few minutes. we'll be caring it live on air starting at 7 a-m. we'll also have live updates on our mid-day newscast and online at wsls dot com. here's a live look at roanoke county from poor mountain.
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breaking overnight,mostly cloudy and cooler with highs in the upper 40s. most working in conjunction with the state police and ddot are advising residents to avoid travelling. roads are extremely hazardous due to debris and power lines. throughout the night, county employees as well as locate and state resourcevise been actively efforts. two shelters for local residents are currently open. the community center located at 220 community lane and the fire

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