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early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw
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stay on top of the changing conditions with the free wavy weather app. it gives you access to the hour by hour forecast and updated radar images. breaking news -- police say they're investigating a shooting in newport news. they say an officer heard several shots on patrol near 36th street and chestnut. minutes later, officers say they found a man shot and suffering near 31st and oak avenue. they say the 25-year-old was shot and made it to a home nearby. police say he was very badly hurt, and medics took him to the hospital. we'll let you know as soon as we have at fentress field is full of chemicals. experts are only beginning to understand the effects. the navy has been giving bottled water to people working there. military officials told us, that was just a precaution-- because the water is safe based on federal and state standards.
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doesn't make them feel better. tonight, the navy held a meeting for residents to learn more about what's happening near their homes. 10 on your side's brandi cummings was there. brandi, what were the big takeaways? tom and nicole- it's complicated.. people at the meeting tonight just wanted to know - is the well water around fentress field safe to drink? a health expert says yes. sot - holly meeks, chesapeake resident - clip 40 1:50:01 obviously i want to make sure that my kids aren't drinking anything they shouldn't be and that we're all going to be healthy concerned mom and horse owner holly meeks joined her neighbors who packed a school gym to get answers. they want to know what's in the well water at their homes. sot little nervous but they're obviously doing what they can to be proactive about it. 1:49:22 the open house comes after recent news that water on fentress field tested high with a chemical known as cfcs. as a precaution, the navy gave bottled water to the 50 people at fentress and with the city of
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this free water station for people near the base. sot - dr. nancy welch, director of nancy welch of the - dr. nancy welch, director of chesapeake health department - clip 22 1:39:50 we have no evidence that indicates on a confirmed basis that drinking the water is associated with specific problems. 1:40:00 dr. welch says cfcs are not a regulated chemical and everything done up to now has been a precaution. she says studies on the chemical are inconsistent. sot - dr. nancy welch, director of chesapeake health department - clip 22 1:37:53 there have been some studies that show an association with say a low birth weight other studies that show no association. right now we simply need to gather more information and to err on the side of caution. 1:38:06 concerned residents signed up for free water testing and until they know something for sure families have to wait and and hope for the best i guess. 1:50:45 only the water on fentress field has been tested so far. beginnng tomorrow, well water at homes a half
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be tested. testing ends on the 13th. results come back in march. we will keep following this story and let you know what the results show. im brandi cummings 10 on your side. while neighbors in flint, michigan are struggling with a supply of poisoned tap water -- many of you are reaching out to show they are not alone. c8 19:36:50 we thought we'd get a couple cases here and there we got truckloads of water ;54 since our report last week, a chesapeake realty team says they have stopped counting donations of bottled water. motorcycle clubs -- even churches have gotten involved. now there's just one problem: they have collected so much water, they need help getting it to flint! c8 claudine ellis /organizer 19:37:37 tractor trailers where ya at (laughs ) :00 they're hoping someone with a big heart and even bigger rig helps them get the donations out by february 22nd. if you would like to donate a truck or water
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this story on wavy dot com. tomorrow, we expect more than 700 workers to be laid off from newport news shipbuilding. two months ago, we told you-- the yard gave workers notice about the cuts. we have learned: the virginia employment commission plans to come work with local unions- in hopes of getting the workers employed again. shipyard officials tell us-- they had to cut jobs due to a decreasing workload. virginia beach city hall may be getting a new address: town center. this is only in the planning phase. the current compound sits on princess anne road, away from major highways and bigger parts of the city. the director of public works says, the building is 50 years old and needs to be updated. so do you renovate city hall or build a new one at town center and repurpose the current building? the next step would be for the city to approve money in next year's budget for a feasibility study. the virginia beach school board has not voted on a new school calendar -- school officials tell us,
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more time to discuss the options. the board was supposed to decide whether to enact an 183-day schedule, or remove a few teaching days. school officials say: shortening the calendar could help them be more efficient. they plan to hold a special meeting about it next week. virginia beach police are investigating a sexting scandal at a local high school. search warrants say a teacher at ocean lakes discovered it. they say a 17-year-old student admitted to having an app that stored nude photos of at least eight female students. he also admitted to distributing those photos -- without their permission. police haven't filed any charges yet. investigators are trying to figure out who called in a bomb threat to northampton county schools today. school officials dismissed all schools in the division before noon today-- while they searched the buildings. the sheriff says-- deputies searched the buildings, and called in bomb- sniffing dogs, to double check. they didn't find anything to support the threat. that wasn't the only bomb threat on the eastern shore today -- investigators looked into another threat at chinocteague elementary
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county. today was a teacher work day-- so no students were in school. first responders say they didn't find anything. norfolk police are still trying to figure out what caused a deadly car crash. investigators say there's evidence the nine-year-old boy who died was wearing a seatbelt. these are photos of lucas ballard-- who didn't make it. he was a cub scout from north carolina. family members say they're holding on to the memories. c0002 - amanda joy hernandez - lucas' cousin 4820 when i seen him, he was like, 'i'm so glad so bad though. 4828 police say a truck and minivan crashed at the intersection of west 27th street and llewellyn last night. the force threw lucas and 7-year-old keion mcclenny from the van. a sister shared this picture of mcclenny recovering at c-h-k-d. if you got caught in traffic on i-664 tonight, we can show you why. police dispatchers in chesapeake say someone
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the portsmouth boulevard exit. first responders blocked part of the highway while they cleared the wreck. they say two vehicles were involved and people were hurt. they could not tell us how badly. all new tonight. a navy sailor faces new murder charges -- in a shooting death he's already served time for. a norfolk judge convicted austin greening of involuntary manslaughter. he spent six months in jail after taking a plea deal -- in 20-13, prosecutors say greening killed 22-year-old kristopher klubert over a video game gambling debt. greening now faces a military court martial for murder. we expect that to take place, friday. a suffolk family is begging for your help tonight. they're reaching out to anyone who may know where to find quantez russell-- who police say vanished under suspicious circumstances. (emotional) c1 2:25 - the is just continue to pray on it. c1 2:34 it's just been really tough not
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right now. :38 the lead investigator told us, someone found russell's car at a newport news gas station, in november. no one has seen him since he left suffolk that same night. the investigator told us, he believes someone left russell's car in newport news. if you can help find him -- call police. all new tonight. the zika virus has been shared through sex -- according to the centers for disease control. in texas, health officials confirmed one patient caught zika, after having sexual contact with a traveler. the virus has been spreading through mosquito bites, with reports coming from latin american countries. investigators have been looking into reports it causes birth defects. hanging on for life. a teenager is lucky to be alive after he fell through an icy pond. how rescuers got him back on dry land. this is not what comes to mind when we say "birdie" in golf. hear the story behind this scene at a popular
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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... (instrumental) police are investigating an armed robbery in portsmouth. investigators sent us this video of the suspect -- you can see him with a gun, ordering people around the citgo last night. 10 on your side's liz kilmer joins us from the store on george washington highway. liz, neighbors say
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would target this business in particular. we spoke with some regular customers who say they're taking this crime personally. they say the citgo mart - formerly a getty - is a business loved within the community. bursting in, gun drawn. surveillance cameras capture tense moments as this man rounds the counter and demands cash. surveillance cameras capture tense moments as this man rounds the counter and demands cash. wearing a dark-colored hoodie and gloves, the suspect grabs a friend of the managers' - and throws him. he then pushes an employee before grabbing the money, and bolting away from the business. c29 18:37:55 "it definitely makes me a little bit more protective than i was." asking to remain anonymous - this man tells 10 on your side he believes he saw the suspect moments after the robbery. the witness lives near the citgo - and shortly after 10 monday night, his dog began barking at a stranger in his yard. c28 18:36:23 "she started raising hell you know, i come out and see what's going on, there's a guy creeping behind the apartments, you know,
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the back, somebody i've never seen before." the witness - warned the stranger to leave - the man ran off. c28 18:36:52 "next thing i know, here comes portsmouth police department pulling up and getting in the mart parking lot and roping it off." 10 on your side spoke with customers at the mart - who say the robbery - hurts. they say the citgo - formerly a getty - is beloved in the community. c1 17:30:24 "it really saddended my heart that it happened - i don't want it to happen to anyone, but this one particular store is really helpful to their customers." c6 17:39:17 "they'd give you a dollar if you're short and say 'hey come back tomorrow and pay me' so you just kind of take it personal when somebody comes and just wants to rob these guys." a store manager didn't want to talk on camera - but off-camera, he told me this is the first time the store has been robbed in at least six years. he says the robber got away with about 500 dollars.
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one was hurt. nicole, back to you. portsmouth police tell us, they're trying to figure out if the citgo robbery is linked to another one. the second robbery happened thursday night, one block away. a manager at the metro pcs on george washington highway say-- the robber demanded cash and fired a gun at the wall. no one was hurt. as always, police say a tip from you could help them make an arrest. call the crime line if you have any information. you never have to leave your name, and you may even earn a reward. breaking news from chesapeake. firefighters say they just got a house fire under control. it was on laurel avenue around 9:45. we have a crew on the way. we're working to learn more about how it may have started and whether anyone was hurt. after 70 years, a virginia beach seafood shack is shutting its doors. charlie's seafood on shore drive shared the news with customers on facebook. it's well-known for its seafood-- especially the she-crab
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across the u-s. they thanked everyone for their business, friendships and memories. the restaurant says you can still catch a meal there up until valentine's day. new tonight. topgolf in virginia beach says it's going to add bird deterrents -- because a duck got caught in one of its nets today. first responders finally helped get it out. but they say it spent all day tangled in the net! someone called the wildlife program around three this afternoon. officials couldn't get their trucks on the grass, so they called nuckols tree care. crews used their bucket to get it down. the s-p-c-a says the duck seems to be okay. they say her wings and feet are fine. (anchors ad lib toss to don) tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind
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clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw
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with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling
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military officials say women may have to sign up for the draft. the push some leaders are calling for tonight.
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kids. how a community is coming together to keep others safe. i'm bruce rader and coming up in 25 minutes newton and peyton manning, get predictions from william and mary coach kevin rogers and chris baker of the redskins. tony stewart was in another accident, i'll have the latest on that, and some local high school basketball. only at 10:45 and only on
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all new tonight. top army and marine corps officers say women should register for the draft -- just like men. it's a move lawmakers say deserves discussion since the military opened all combat jobs to women. today the army and marine corps leaders said they supported the change. right now, only men legally living in the u-s between 18 and 25 years old have to register. the military opened combat jobs to women last year, shortly after the first female soldiers graduated army ranger school. nearly six months after a local motel caught fire -- it's still a burned out shell. hear the reason it's taken so long to decide what to do with the hampton roads-- and there's an online connection. find out how to make sure your
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here in vineland, new jersey where progresso light soups are made, we'll never give up our cheddar, our cream, and especially our bacon. so we figured out a way to add rich ingredients like this into 22 light soups, all with 100 calories or less per serving. so if you want to eat light and not give up rich flavor,
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tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph.
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in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling
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video from missouri -- shows the danger of thin ice. firefighters near kansas city rescued a teen who fell into a freezing pond. you can see the 16-year-old trying to claw his way out of the water, and back onto the ice. police tried reaching out to him with a tree branch, but firefighters arrived with the right equipment and took over. they had just
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on ice rescues last week-- and put those skills to the test. witnesses don't believe he could have made it much longer -- (sherry webber/ captured rescue video) i am absolutely certain if these rescue teams hadn't responded when they did, this young man would not have had much time in which he could endure the frozen icy waters out there. the teen had hypothermia, but local reporters say he should recover. they could not tell us why he was out on the ice. some schools on the outer banks are stepping up bike safety rules, and encouraging students to bring helmets if they plan to ride at school. it's all because of bri blumenthal. the 12-year-old died two months ago after a car hit her. 10 on your side's lex gray spoke to her family about how her life is still making a difference. pkg (31) 27:34 no matter what you do, when you blumenthal has made a choice every day since his 12-year-old daughter bri died after a
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november. scotty blumenthal/bri bri foundation (31) 24:15 you kind of have this huge black hole in your life and you could either fall into that or you can start throwing little positive bits into it and that's kind of where the helmet thing came from. :28 the 'helmet thing' is making sure that no kid in dare county goes without one. and the community is helping him with that. people have donated tens of thousands of dollars, and hundreds of helmets to help him start the bri bri foundation. (31) 24:28 it was just a way that i could take this horrible event and make something a little positive of it. it's almost kind of selfish because it's helped me heal to see the community change their mindset on helmets and child safety :37 since bri's death, dare county schools have started enforcing state law. they don't let any only part of the battle. dr. sue burgess/dare county schools (6) 8:45 of course, they wear their helmet until they're out of sight. what happens when they're out of sight, we don't know. but parents, teachers, and police are watching -- and bri's death seems to be changing how kids look at helmets. 21:35 before,
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you're definitely going to hear it. :44 (butted to) (31) 22:33 i can't be seen without my helmet even mind helmet hair so much anymore. (31) 30:51 i know she's looking down definitely be proud of the community, she loved this community and it was an amazing thing to see. lex gray toys amazing thing to see. lex gray toys 10 on your side's lex gray reporting. scotty blumenthal tells us, he's received enough money and helmets
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outside dare county. learn more about the bri bri foundation by looking for this story on wavy dot com. a fight over insurance means we still don't know what's going to happen to a norfolk motel. in august, fire destroyed part of the "m-star hotel" on shore drive. since then, city officials have been trying to figure out whether the owners will restore or tear it down. after the fire, the city found the building had been violating several safety codes. if the owners plan to restore it, the city says they will have to bring it up to code. the paperwork needed to move forward has been keeping them from making a final decision. we'll let you know when we have more information. hampton police they've been seeing more "funny money" in the city, in the past couple months. hampton detectives discussed the problem with us today. in november, they say this unidentified suspect spent seven-hundred- dollar-bills in the wal mart on cunningham drive. they say they have also seen it affecting online sales, where the buyer pays in fake money. investigators say technology and
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have contributed to the spike. super=det. jeff lawrence/hampton police "01=1:11:34 "where they have the lined or linen paper which a lot of we get you can see that kind of paper is similar to what a us dollar would be is being sold and they are talking the money and printing them from the jet printers and these high tech printing machines"" police suggest businesses use pens that can detect counterfeit bills. as for you at home-- police say if you're selling something online-- meet in a safe, public place like a police station. some people say they're afraid to go outside -- thanks to a new and unwelcome neighbor. hear them explain what they've been going through since she moved in. we're on your side with the latest news, weather, and traffic as you get ready to head out the door every morning. tune into wavy news 10 today - beginning at 4:30. and we're on the air
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neighbors call her a terror. she's only two feet tall, but her razor sharp talons and dark eyes are still intimidating -- we are talking about a mama owl who's been attacking people near her nest. (s/ robert hudson/ attacked by owl :07) "i just saw this shadow come in and come up against me and like bump into me. and i kind of just started wailing like that.." the owl has been ferociously protecting her babies. neighbors near tampa say they hear her hoot, and they know she's about to attack. (s/ bambi norris/ attacked by owl :09) "knocked it off of me, then it jumped on my daughter. we knocked it off her, it flew to the top of the golf cart the owl has become a real headache. locals say they won't go out after dark -- since they are nocturnal. at least one person has filed a complaint about her with wildlife officials.
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and mary's offensive coordinator breaks down the super bowl 50 quarterback match up. and a big night in high school basketball. that's next on the sportswrap. it's about time the taco...came out of its shell.
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parties, celebrities--and hype. super bowl week is here, the panthers and broncos will take the stage sunday night--and until then we will celebrate the final week of the nfl season like we always do. endless cliches, odd ball features--and now and then a look at the game itself. i'm bruce rader, welcome to the sportswrap live on this tuesday night. peyton manning and the broncos against can newton and the panthers. it's always about the quarterbacks, and this week newton is not only dominating the media coverage, but is also dominating the coversation in vegas. and while the panthers a six point favorite to beat denver, cam is a huge favorite to be named the game's most valuable player as well as the favorite to score the first touchdown. quarterbacks have won the mvp award in 27 of the 50 super bowls,
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