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virginia tech - is accused of abducted and murdering the young girl. police say keepers -- another tech student -- helped him get rid of nicole )s body. she was found over the weekend on the side of a road in surry county, north carolina.it s about a hundred miles from her blacksburg home - where she d last been seen on wednesday.:28 we saw the officers going by and we knew then that something had to be bad for all the officers we saw :33 area residentwhat happened to her is still a mystery, at least publicly. police have said that eisenhaur knew the girl - but have not released details. sot: mike albert/blacksburg pd :04 "eisenhauer and nicole were acquainted prior to her disappearance. eisenhauer used this relationship to his advantage, to abduct and then kill her." :09 today - dive teams with virginia state police and virginia tech police searched for evidence at the vet med pond on campus.officers on scene couldn )t say what they were looking for, but said blacksburg police asked them to search for anything suspicious. meanwhile -- the surrounding community says the news of nicholes -- hits hard. :13 you don t have to know them, or anything like that just to feel for the family, you know, your heart goes out to em :17
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just never get over something like this :55 area resident nicole )s body was returned to virginia for an autopsy. those results are expected just prior to the next court hearing in late march. in the meantime, authorities are working to build a timeline leading up to her death. leave the jackets at home -- it is a beautiful day. folks sure took advantage of it -- with a walk or a jog outside this afternoon in norfolk. lets get right to chief meteorologist patrick rockey to see just how long it will last.
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weather busch gardens may be closed right now, but get ready for a wild ride. after high weather busch gardens may be closed right now, but get ready for a wild ride. after high temperatures well into the 70s on this monday, a cold front will knock about 20a11-p&off of our temperatures on-p&tuesday! most of us will top out-p&in the low to mid 50s.-p&expect plenty of clouds to start the day, with more sunshine in the afternoon. but we will soar right back into the low to mid 70s on wednesday, with a stiff southwest wind. approaching cold front will bring us a chance for some afternoon showers and thunderstorms. we will even be on the lookout for a few severe storms. some of the stormy weather sticks around for thursday, but the warmer weather does not. we are expecting high temperatures only in the upper 40s to lower 50s on thursday with a 40% chance for wet weather. and the mercury continues to drop on friday, with high temperatures only in the low to mid 40s. we will start the day with clouds and end the day with sunshine. and it looks like we will have plenty of sunshine for super bowl weekend. expect clear-to-partly cloudy skies both saturday and sunday with high temperatures in the lower
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norfolk police need you to take action against crime. investigators are looking for the person that opened fire on a group of teenagers playing basketball. it happened around three-30 saturday afternoon. police say a 13- year-old, 16- year-old and 20- year-old were all shot. they were taken to the hospital, and we )ve learned they are expected to recover. witnesses told police the victims were at the basketball courts on widegon road and partridge street -- when a man in a blue s- u-v fired shots into the crowd. if you know anything that might help police find the shooter-- take action and call the crime line. another shooting in norfolk over the weekend sent a man to the hospital. it happened just before eight last night on east olney road.
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dispatchers-- a man was hurt. but officials say he is expected to be okay. police have not released a suspect description at this time. again if you know anything that might help police find the shooter-- take action and call the crime line. 13 -point 1 million dollars. that is how much money lumber liquidators has to pay -- after admitting they illegally imported wood -- that was a danger to the enviornment. newschannel 3/s nadeen yanes has the details. 5 years probation and 13 point 1 million dollars in fines -- that )s the punishment a federal judge brought down on lumber liquidators this morning. just months after the company admitted they were guilty of environmental crimes -- related to illegally importing hardwood flooring from russia. taking away from the habitat of the siberian tigers and amur leopards -- both species on the verge of extinction. :23 i think that this case really shows that the us wont stand for companies that profit from the illegal exploitation of protected resources and endangered species most of that 13.1 million dollars -- had to be paid today. and most of it going to environmental groups -- 34:49 its important that the payments that lumber liquidators make
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was cost and i think that the community services payments that were made will go back to that one of the us attorney )s on the-p&-p&-p&-p&case -- christopher hale --say this conviction is the first of it s kind. 35:13 this case sets a precedent in many ways one its the largest financial penalty for the lacey act which is a law used to prevent trafficking of wildlife and natural domestically and internationally additionally this is the first felony conviction for any kind of case or criminal activity involving the movement of illegal timber so its two major things setting a precident today newschannel 3 heard from the company )s chief compliance officer for the first time -- who wouldn t comment about whether she felt the sentencing was fair or not -- 33:10 i cant comment only saying she is happy this is now behind them. 33:13 we are moving forward we got lots of wood to sell and we are hoping our customers will come back
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today -- is the company will be on a 5 year probabtion and will have to submit what s called an environmental compliance plan -- making sure their imported wood is legal. they have 3 months to come up with that plan and if they don t comply -- they won )t be able to-p&import flooring anymore.. -p&live in the control room nadeen yanes newschannel 3. the world health organization declared the zika virus a public health emergency of international concern, according to cnn. this comes as we have learned that a student and william and mary contacted the school saying they had been diagnosed with the virus. newschannel 3 s margaret kavanagh is live right now at the school with the latest. this is the statement that was sent out from the school explaining the situation. school leader say that a student contacted them saying that they had been diagnosed but are expected to make a full recovery. over the weekend students at william and mary received an email explaining that over winter break a student who is traveling to central america contracted the zika virus.
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"the student is not currently exhibiting any symptoms and is expected to make a full recovery" track the school is not releasing a lot of details about the student or the situation out of concerns of her privacy. but they say they took action as soon as they found out 07:12 we were in consultation with both our health and wellness team and the cdc and a sure that there was no health risk to campus track the cdc says the zika virus is primarily spread to people through mosquitos. the virginia health department says that outbreaks have occurred in african, southeast asia, the pacific island and the caribean, along with mexico and south and central america. they say 80% of people who get it don )t get sick. but the real danger is for pregnant women- there are possible links to birth defects in babies born with smaller than normal heads. the cdc has encouraged pregnant women to not to to places affected by the virus. some students at william and mary say they were a little shocked to hear one of the students had been diagnosed. sot: caprielle d )uilisse /student 14:22 at first i was a little concerned because it )s one of those strange viruses that you
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the william and mary student did not have any symptoms and expected to be totally fine, according to the school. a family is out of their home after a fire in chesapeake. it started in the backyard just before noon at a house right off of indian river road. when firefighters arrived they found fire in the shed. because of the fire -- the electricity had to be turned off. so the three people who lived inside won t be able to stay there tonight. no
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crews in hampton worked to repair a gas line that was leaking outside of the buckroe fire station this afternoon. we )re told a contractor accidentally hit the natural gas line with a shovel, causing it to leak just after 9 this morning. the leak did not cause any major damage or force any evacuations. east pembroke ave near mallory street was blocked off briefly as crews worked to replace the line. the navy is holding a public information meeting on its plan to sample drinking water, near the fentress training air field in chesapeake. the meeting is tomorrow at four o )clock at the butts road intermediate school on mount pleasant road. this comes after test results last month at fentress showed-- two different types of p-f-c chemicals. the navy uses p-f-c s in foam used to fight fires. the navy is planning to sample drinking water from private wells near fentress to determine p-f-c chemicals. folks who have questions are encouraged to attend the meeting . coming up next on newschannel 3 at 4: which candidate will come out on
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heating up -- as voters head out to the iowa caucuses for the kick off of the 2016 election. plus: love at first like? a couple is tying the knot -and they have never met in person -- the relationship that sparked on instagram . and the broncos and the panthers have arrived in san jose, to get ready for the super bowl. but cam newton stole the spotlight -- with his great sense
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chance to weigh in on candidates from both parties at caucuses throughout the state tonight. karin caifa is in des moines,
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donald trump believes winning here in iowa -- will lead to bigger things. donald trump, r presidential candidate if we do, we are gonna run the table folks and we are gonna make this country so great, you are gonna have victories all over the place.and that )s what worries ted cruz. the two have divided conservatives and evangelical voters in most polls. cruz -- asking for support, when it most counts. ted cruz, r presidential candidate this is the time for the men and women of iowa....to make a decision to stand and vet the candidates. amid the divide, marco rubio aimed for a late surge. marco rubio, r presidential candidate if you caucus for me and i m your nominee, i will unite the conservative movement.the chairman of iowa )s republican party says he believes many decisions tonight minute. jeff kaufmann, republican party of iowa chairman hopefully they can come to some synergy, you beating hillary clinton, in their a tough decision. it )s practicality versus principle.clinton wants to avoid a repeat of 2008 --
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hillary clinton, d presidential candidate we learned a lot of lessons. we have applied those lessons. we )ve got a great team working literally around the clock.she s banking on her ground operation, and solid blocs like older voters -- to win a race with bernie sanders that tightened dramatically. with a wide lead in new hampshire polls, sanders ) campaign says a loss in iowa, would not be the end. tad devine, sanders campaign senior media adviser hopefully we will find a way to get across the finish line ahead of her but if we don )t -- we go new hampshire next week.on both sides - battles that are months old, but the contest really only beginning here tonight. on the military watch -- iranian generals now have new awards after detaining ten american sailors last month. in january -- ten u-s sailors drifted into iranian waters -- because of mechanical problems. the sailors were later released and placed aboard a locally based ship. according to iran s state news agency-- yesterday the supreme leader awarded the generals the highest award-- any leader can receive --for
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busch gardens may be closed right now, but get ready for a wild ride. after high temperatures well into the 70s on this monday, a cold front will knock about 20a11 off of our temperatures on tuesday! most of us will top out in the low to mid 50s. expect plenty of clouds to start the day, with more sunshine in the afternoon. but we will soar right back into the low to mid 70s on wednesday, with a stiff southwest wind. an approaching cold front will bring us a chance for some afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
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some of the stormy weather sticks around for thursday, but the warmer weather does not. we are expecting high temperatures only in the upper 40s to lower 50s on thursday with a 40% chance for wet weather. and the mercury continues to drop on friday, with high temperatures only in the low to mid 40s. we will start the day with clouds and end the day with sunshine. and it looks like we will have plenty of sunshine for super bowl weekend. expect clear-to-partly cloudy skies both saturday and sunday with high temperatures in the lower
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newschannel 3 is honoring our american heroes. this morning we re honoring petty officer first class christopher harvey. his daughter sent us this picture and says he s been serving for a long time and is her hero because he goes to different country s and stays there to fight for us. we want to recognize your american hero, but we need your help. send us a their picture and make sure you let us know their name, rank, and a little about
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makes them your american hero. email it all to pics-at-w-t-k-r- dot-com -- and we ll honor them right here on newschannel 3 this morning. making a murderer -- it s the true crime documentary series that has captivated the nation )s attention. and now a lecture told by a virginia beach law professor at regent university is doing the same. by telling people -- they need to watch their words when talking to police -- or don )t say anything at all. newschannel three s nadeen yanes has the preview. pkg nats making a murderer opening scene. it )s a 10 hour true crime drama -- that has millions of people asking millions of questions. was steven avery -- a man previously wrongly convicted for rape -- framed again for murder? did police tamper and plant evidence? and did detectives manipulate steven avery s nephew brendan dassey into
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all questions putting a spotlight on what some call the shady side of police. and all questions -- one virginia beach s professor had a simple answer to -- in a lecture back in 2008. a lecture called dont talk to police. ( 13:50 it was not even my plan to put this on the internet the lecture is making the rounds online in the wake of the popular crime documentary -- being viewed 9 million times in facebook. ( (17:08 a series that has apparently open a lot of peoples eyes for the first time to some of the ways in which the police even well intentioned honest sincere police officers who are trying to gather the truth can use psychological tactics and methods they learned in the academy to make people say things that they later retracted and insist it was not true and in the now viral lecture -- this professor shows how easily someone can give a false confession with a simple question. 18:54 you are all wrong, everybody who raised thier hand, everybdoy who raised their hand, you are the kind of person who should never talk to police under any circumstnaces for as long as you live. watch how and why he says you should watch your words -- and hear what police have to say about his lecture -- in our special
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report tonight. coming up next at 4: a match made on instagram?? see this couple get married after meeting
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officials say a woman arrested in connection with the escape of three inmates in california will (not ( be charged. the woman taught english at the jail and exchanged personal letters with one of the escaped inmates. she was booked without bond, on suspicion of being an accessory to a felony. the three men escaped out of a maximum security prison in california last week. one inmate turned himself into police last week-- and the other two were captured over the weekend in san francisco. all three inmates are now back in jail. police in alabama are looking for a couple accused in a crime spree across three cities .
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for blake fitzgerald and brittany harper from missouri. they say the pair attempted three armed robberies within two hours on sunday morning. police say they abducted a woman at a home and kidnapped a hotel clerk. investigators say fitzerald and harper are armed and dangerous. ahead at 4: it looks like a routine traffic stop -- but in reverse. why a driver pulls over a police officer, after
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busch gardens may be closed right now, but get ready for a wild ride. after high temperatures well into the 70s on this monday, a cold front will knock about 20a11 off of our temperatures on tuesday! most of
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mid 50s. expect plenty of clouds to start the day, with more sunshine in the afternoon. but we will soar right back into the low to mid 70s on southwest wind. an approaching cold front will bring us a chance for some afternoon showers and thunderstorms. we will even be on the lookout for a few severe storms. some of the stormy weather sticks around for thursday, but the warmer weather does not. we are expecting high temperatures only in the upper 40s to lower 50s for wet weather. and the mercury with high temperatures only in the low to mid 40s. we will start the day with clouds and end the day with sunshine. and it looks like we will have plenty of sunshine for super bowl weekend. expect clear-to-partly cloudy skies both saturday and sunday with high temperatures in the lower
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black history month kicked off in williamsburg today at one of oldest african american churches in the country -- in attendance was some very special guests. newschannel 3 s gabriella deluca was there for the celebration and has the story. that )s the sound of history being made -- the first time in decades that the first baptist church of
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bell is ringing. ...to share that moment --the reverend jesse jackson -- who was the keynote speaker. but before he went into the service -- he shed light on the importance of ringing the bell. also attending the service -- rosa parks niece. ... a sentiment that was felt throughout the church. in williamsburg gabriella deluca
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a florida driver turned the tables on a police officer, after she says she caught him speeding. the woman says she was running errands for work around 1:30 in the afternoon, when all of a sudden --a squad car sped by her so fast, it shook her car. she followed the officer until he pulled over, and recorded it all on her cell phone. the officer thought "she" needed help -- until she started to question him. the miami police department responded by saying-- the officer will be investigated once they identify him. the modern romance was in full display over the weekend in california. a couple planned
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after they met in person for the first time. was there when the couple came face-to-face. erica harris, bride-to-be "we re going to be like...oh my god, there he is!"erica harris of murrieta anxiously waits inside the nearly empty ontario airport friday night. she s about to marry the man of her dreams...who she has never met person. erica harris, bride- to-be "you don t drag your feet with real love. you leap into that like there s no tomorrow, and that )s what we re doing," a year ago, she and artie randomly connected over instagram. call it love at first click. but artie lives in new york - hashtag )problem ) so for months, their romance grew through original poetry...along with videos. video nats artie then bought a one-way plane ticket, and the two planned to elope minutes after he lands. jennifer kastner reporting "we ve been patiently waiting for the past hour...erica is getting very nervous, but we just got the call artie s landed and any second he )s going to come down that escalator." nats travelers look on in
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nats "nice to me you...hi, i m erica, don )t drop me, it )s nice to meet you."arite pops the question... nats "will you marry me?" "yes..." the two still in disbelief, quietly exchange vows. christine lee, witness in airport "it s just very exciting, it )s very surreal to be a part of this experience."a insta-wedding and insta- success. their advice to all those love- seekers out there?... artie vann, groom- to-be "don t listen to your thoughts, don )t listen to your head, follow your heart...follow your soul." erica harris, bride- to-be "so for anybody who doesn t believe in fairy tales anymore, who am i, and it can happen to you too." harriss instagram profile now says shes married )to the man of her dreams, ) while vann calls her the love of his-p&lifif ) ahead at 4: a fashion statement taking the internet by
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the pants everyone wants-- and why. then - a local nurse - accused of stealing drugs from work. and police think this isn t the first time she )s done this. we have the story - new for you - tonight at 5. newschannel three is helping you beat the backups. all northbound lanes are blocked on i-664 at the monitor- merrimac memorial bridge-tunnel in suffolk due to a crash.a1a two northbound lanes are blocked on i-664 past the western freeway in suffolk due to an additional
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million vehicles in japan last year. general motors is kick starting its efforts to build self-driving cars into high gear. the company is creating a dedicated team that starts working today. the goal is to figure out a strategy to make g-m the leader in self-driving technology. the move shows self-driving cars are not just a project for g-m-- but also real world too. ahead at 4: for one football fan -- keeping stats isn )t just something to do during a game. it )s helping him fight a disease. how keeping up with the panthers could be adding years
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compact s-u-vs are the hottest segment in the auto industry. they )re promoted as all-wheel- drive vehicles that can go anywhere-- in any weather, especially snow. but before you get overly confident, consumer reports found big performance vehicles. at its snow- covered auto track, consumer reports put three of the most poplar small suvs to the test -- the honda cr-v, subaru forester, and toyota rav 4. all are equipped with their standard all- season tires. chyron: mark rechtin consumer reports car editor sot "all-wheel-drive suvs aren )t all the same. their tires, their stability control, their all-wheel-drive systems, when taken together- that )s what determines how well they will perform in the snow." v/o all were several seconds slower accelerating from
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the snow than in dry pavement. but there was a two-point-three second difference between the forester and the rav 4. the forester also did markedly better climbing a hill covered with fresh snow. sot: mark rechtin "the forester )s drive system allows for a certain amount of wheel slip, which really helps it maintain momentum while it s climbing a hill." v/o in consumer reports braking tests from 60 miles per hour, the rav4 and forester were able to stop in about the same distance, though about twice as far as on dry pavement. but the crv took an extra 50 feet to come to a stop. the handling course showed the most dramatic differences. the rav4 had a tough time cornering, with unresponsive steering. the honda crv s stability control kept it from spinning out, but it required a lot of driver input to stay on course. the subaru forester cornered the way advertisements make you think an all-wheel drive should perform. all in all, the forester did the best of the three in consumer reports all- wheel-drive
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consumer reports recommends you equip your car or s-u-v with winter tires in any area with high snowfall. all-wheel drive is great at getting you started in the snow, but good winter tires will help more with braking. busch gardens may be closed right now, but get ready for a wild ride. after high temperatures well into the 70s on this monday, a cold front will knock about 20a off of our temperatures on tuesday! most of us will top out in the low to mid 50s. expect plenty of clouds to start the day, with more sunshine in the afternoon. but we will soar right back into the
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with a stiff southwest wind. an approaching cold front will bring us a chance for some afternoon showers and thunderstorms. we will even be on the lookout for a few severe storms. some of the stormy weather sticks around for thursday, but the warmer weather does not. we are expecting high temperatures only in the upper 40s to lower 50s on thursday with a 40% chance for wet weather. and the mercury continues to drop on friday, with high temperatures only in the low to mid 40s. we will start the day with clouds and end the day with sunshine. and it looks like we will have plenty of sunshine for super bowl weekend. expect clear-to-partly cloudy skies both saturday and sunday with high temperatures in the lower
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like all panthers fans --one man unforgettable experience. but there is another reason he
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alzheimers. sarah blake- morgan shows us how he keeps up with the panthers. spend just a few minutes with peter setzer... natsot and you ll quickly learn where his his allegiance lies. natsot: "i love cam newton with his exuberance.." this is the man who loves the carolina panthers. peter setzer, carolina panthers fan : "i read everything that the charlotte observer writes about the panthers."setzer doesn )t just read them, he cuts them out... natsot taping the printed paper to the back of his bedroom door. peter setzer, carolina panthers fan : "here is cam in action. fantastic!"setzer reads these articles over and over again, because if he doesn t, he ll forget. peter setzer, carolina panthers fan : "about a year ago, i was diagnosed with mild alzheimer s-p&-p&- and of course that was a blow."setzer s alzheimer s is in its early stages. natsot he hopes to keep it that way. peter setzer,
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average person who s diagnosed with alzheimer )s will die in 11 years, and my determination is to slow that down."the former pastor has a list of things he does every day to slow the disease down. natsot: "about a hour of brain games" his favorite is pouring over panther stats with his grandson. peter setzer, carolina panthers fan : "i )m going to go down fighting and do everything i can to prolong life."peter is undergoing experimental treatments and joy henderson, peter )s daughter, that helps with her dad s diagnosis. joy henderson, setzer s daughter : "my hope is that he ll always-p&remember to call me on game day -p&and talk about the panthers -p&game. -p&my hope is that he ll always-p&know who i am -p&when i call him and i hope he )ll-p&always know who his grandson is."for many with alzheimer s, uncertainty is the only thing they can see ahead. setzer is just looking forward to adding a new article to his door, once his team takes home the trophy. peter setzer, carolina panthers fan : "oh! i wouldn t miss it. super bowl sunday is this
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game right here on newschannel 3. and speaking of the carolina panthers -- quarterback cam newton made a fashion statement when his team touched down in california yesterday for the super bowl. check out his golden zebraprint skin tight jeans from )versace . the pants cost about 850 bucks! and shortly after
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and newschannel 3 s very own makenzie walter will be in san francisco with full coverage of everything super bowl. she is leaving tomorrow but before she goes-- we want to hear from viewers here in hampton roads. if you or someone you know is going to the super bowl-- make sure to tweet at makenzie walter or leave us a message on our facebook page and tell us how we can reach you. and if you aren t going to the game we still want you to watch the game in style! each morning this week -- we re giving away one of these 50-inch smart t-v s. if you can )t be at the game, this is the next best thing! you just need the daily keyword --
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so make sure you wake up with us on newschannel 3 this morning tomorrow starting at five am. ahead at 4: they )ve been friends for years.. and that s why one officer says he ll stop at nothing to bring his buddy home with him .... but he )ll have to pay for the privilege .. the infamous zika virus - too close for comfort? a local college confirms one of its students - was diagnosed. but what does that mean for everyone else at the school? a live update - on at
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(singing) i just can't wait to meet you, sweet child you're on the way, i'm filled with expectation, and you're growing everyday...
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an ohio police officer was his k-9 partner -- did not. the law technically (forfeited ( his he )s headed to auction. hannah chenetski explains. "there is a bond between us and it )s very special. i hate to lose my buddy." officer matthew hickey retired earlier this week from the marietta police department... but his partner in crime fighting... will not be retiring with him. and hickey was ready to pay for the dog on the day he retired. "i decided i was going to physically retire at that moment and so i went on the 25th of this month and retired and had the money for the dog and was ready to hand it to the the chief of police and the chief of police said he couldn )t
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for 35 hundred dollars... and because of his worth and being the city )s property--he must go to auction... "this particular unit, this particular dog, out of the unit, state and federal money may have been used. therefore, we are under strict rules of how we dispose of property when we re dealing with state and federal funds, as well as taxpayer dollars." because of this... a go fund me account has been started... and hickey says there are bigger problems in the world but he is grateful for the support and hopes that something can be achieved at the state level with this. "i think we need to start at the state and get legislation passed to where officers that retire in good standing gets the k-9, either medically or if they have their time in when they retire they
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the bidding process is set to start next week. those taking part will have a few weeks to submit bids to the marietta safety- service director. a huge scandal over toxic flooring - comes to head. now a virginia- based business must pay up big time! de ja vu for a local nurse. police believe she stole drugs from her job - not once - but twice. the infamous zika virus - too close for comfort? a local college confirms one of its students - was diagnosed. welcome to newschannel three at 5 - i m barbara ciara. les smith. the world health organization declared the zika virus a public health emergency of international concern. this comes as we have learned that a student and william and mary contacted the school saying they had been diagnosed with the virus. newschannel 3 s margaret kavanagh is live right now at
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