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unveil a plan to stop the growing heroin epidemic. caught on tape. video shows a thief going through cars stealing things inside. see how local neighbors are banding together to catch him. also caught on tape: canopy collapse. watch as this gas station roof came crashing to the ground. what investigators are saying about a cause. and flood clean up. we'll show you how local communities are sopping up after yesterday's storm. a lot of people on the outer banks will be working to get water and sand off the roads today. good morning, i'm lex gray, in for katie collett. and i'm don roberts. we have a lot going on this morning. we'll have all the day's headlines in just a moment. but we start with a check on the forecast with meteorologist jeremy wheeler. jeremy. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a
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possible. lows will be in 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. a strong upper level system will impact the region over the next 36 hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow showers. temps will be above freezing for most of the time. so there should be little to no accumulations. colder air will surge in late tomorrow. a few snow showers are possible late in the day as this moves in. possibly in the evening. we'll be much colder thursday into the weekend. highs will be in the 30s with lows in the teens and 20s. most of the period looks dry, but some flurries can't be ruled out. stay tuned for updates. we'll see some nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide today. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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happening today, norfolk city council plans to talk big business. payroll processing giant a-d-p, may be moving thousands of jobs to norfolk. it depends on a multi-million dollar grant. the fortune 500 company requested five million dollars to make the move to the city. and tonight, city leaders will consider dishing out those funds to woo the company.
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norfolk with reaction to the major proposal going before council. rico - don, lex, several business leaders we talked to have applauded a potential a-d-p expansion to norfolk. they believe any growth to downtown is a good thing for the workforce. norfolk city leaders have been working to get a-d-p downtown for quite sometime. a city spokeswoman could not discuss the specifics on the deal, but we have learned in return for a five million dollar grant, a-d-p has agreed to bring a huge number of permanent jobs to norfolk. that money will go to a-d-p over the course of several years. business leaders tell us they're excited about the potential economic benefits for the area. (deany dormer, executive events-17)7:59 i think it will have a positive impact i think it helps think it's a positive thing for hampton roads 8:08 if the deal is approved, the board of directors
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development authority is expected to adopt a resolution tomorrow approving the grant to bring a-d-p downtown. we'll keep you posted on what happens with the issue in the council meeting tonight. coming up at 6:30, we'll tell you how non-business leaders feel about giving away a multi-million dollar incentive package. live in norfolk, rico bush, 10 on your side. today nasa centers across the country are opening their doors for the"state of nasa" event. that includes our nasa center in hampton. that's where former astronaut and nasa administrator charlie bolden will speak later this afternoon. he will discuss the agency's scientific and technological achievements, as well as new projects they're working on. this morning law enforcement officials will unveil a plan to deal with the heroin problem in our area. attorney general mark herring will join other federal, state, and local
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for the announcement. 10 on your side has followed the heroin epidemic across our area for years. it's lead to many deadly overdoses and tragedies for local families. we'll be at the federal courthouse in norfolk to hear the plan. tune into wavy news 10 midday and wavy news 10 starting at 4:00 for the details. new this morning firefighters in newport news put out a car fire in a neighborhood. take a look at this picture from the last night's scene on gateway court in the kiln creek neighborhood. firefighters say the heat melted the siding at a nearby home. no one was hurt. portsmouth gave us an update on the repairs to the seawall. last may, we showed you why city engineers closed part of the walkway along the elizabeth river. part of the seawall collapsed. crews hope to re-open the part between admiral's landing and the renaissance hotel by the end of spring. survivor stories after a destructive earthquake. what a man says he did while he was trapped in
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plus, a new nfl policy. how it aims to keep violent offenders out of a vital draft. and paying up. a city thrust into the spotlight after a deadly police shooting, now decides on costly
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be
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50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few rain or snow showers possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. a strong upper level system will impact the region over the next 36 hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow showers. temps will be above freezing for most of the time. so there should be little to no accumulations. colder air will surge in late tomorrow. a few snow showers are possible late in the day as this moves in. possibly in the evening. we'll be much colder thursday into the weekend. highs will be in the 30s with lows in the teens and 20s. most of the period looks dry, but some flurries can't be ruled out. stay tuned for updates. we'll see some nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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in god we trust. the phrase is prominent on the vehicles of a local sheriff's department. but not everyone is happy about it. you'll hear from the sheriff. catching a thief. neighbors record a crook going through people's cars. we'll show you how they're trying to track him down. also caught on tape, gas station collapse. we'll show you more of this video of a canopy falling to the ground. the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
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have died. but now a survivor is telling his story. ko ching-chung says he and his girlfriend got stuck after the around four a-m saturday. he propped himself against a wall to keep from falling on top of her and smothering her. he said after hours he started to lose the strength to prop himself up. he finally collapsed on top of her. fortunately, rescuers pulled both of them out alive. they hours. new this morning, a new policy from the nfl will restrict people convicted of certain crime from attending the annual scouting event in indianapolis. under the new policy, an athlete cannot attend if they have been convicted of sexual assault, domestice violence, or any weapons offenses. prospects also can't go if they refuse to submit to a background check. new this morning, attorney general loretta lynch starts her 6-day visit to several cities across the country. she's highlighting police departments she says can serve as role models for
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enforcement. those cities include fayetteville, north carolina; portland, oregon; indianapolis, phoenix; los angeles, and miami-dade county in florida. today the ferguson, missouri city council plans to adopt reforms it agreed to with the department of justice. but there's concern the city may not be able to afford the changes. this all comes after the city and police department got thrust into the national spotlight for the deadly shooting of michael brown. in an agreement with the d-o-j, the city said it will implement changes, but that could cost nearly 4-million dollars in the first year alone. if the city council doesn't adopt the changes, it could face a federal civil rights lawsuit, which would also cost the city millions to fight. there's a new addition to the york- poquoson sheriff's office patrol cars-- the words "in god we trust". sheriff danny diggs says it's meant to display the national motto and show patriotism. he also says it's not meant to urge religious support, but
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and his department. sheriff diggs doesn't think the decals will draw a lot of criticism. sheriff danny diggs/york-poquoson sheriff's office 01=11:57:35 "in this community it think there will be very little criticism but there will be those around the country those groups who are anti religion who will make their voices known and that's this country is all about" sheriff diggs says he paid for the decals himself, and did not use any taxpayer money. its been a hot topic on social media! do you support the sheriff's decision to add the decals? go to wavy-dot-com or our facebook page to join the discussion. we have more information about a traffic stop involving a portsmouth city councilman danny meeks. he says body camera video does not show the moments when councilman meeks claims the officer was rude to someone. this is video from back in december when councilman meeks stopped to speak with someone in the street. he says the officer yelled at the person
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ordered him out of the road. police say the body camera video does not include audio for the first 30 seconds, and that's when councilman meeks said the officer was being rude. also during this incident, the officer cited the councilman for having 30-day tags that were expired. he's due back in court for that on april 5th. you might be able to help catch a thief. check out this video of a man rummaging through a car in this driveway on sterling point drive in portsmouth. it happened just before 2 a-m on february 2nd. the victims say the man stole pricey textbooks before searching for other vehicles. police say this is one of six reports of car break-ins since january 24th. they haven't said whether they are all connected. a coordinator for the neighborhood watch is now warning thieves to stay away. we can give you a better look at the damage the weekend storm did on the outer banks. take a look at this video at the cape hatteras motel in buxton. you can see the surf wash right over route 12. conditions
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hatteras schools closed yesterday. schools are on a 3 hour delay today. and take a look at the these pictures of flooded streets on ocracoke island. hyde county officials say most of the water receded, but there are still some areas of standing water. coming up in our next half hour, we'll look at the damage in kitty hawk and explain what n-c-d-o-t plans to do today in the wake of the storm. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few rain or snow showers possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. a strong upper level system will impact the region over the next 36 hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow showers. temps will be above freezing for most
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should be little to no in the day as this moves in. possibly in the evening. we'll be much colder thursday into the weekend. highs will be in the 30s with lows in the teens and 20s. most of the period looks dry, but some flurries can't be ruled out. stay tuned for updates. we'll see some nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide today. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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today is mardi gras! it means fat tuesday in french. communities along the gulf coast have been celebrating the season for several days now. today, hundreds-of-thousands of people will line the french quarter in new orleans for the most famous mardi gras festival and parade. mardi gras is traditionally the last day people let loose before ash wednesday starts tomorrow. that's the start of the lent season which lasts until easter. off the deep end. coming up, find out how a driver lost control of his suv and
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swimming pool! the loser's punishment. we'll show you why this guy had to wear a football uniform and hold an embarassing sign for everyone to see. and decision day to woo a major company to hampton roads. 10 on your side has the details of a deal that
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new this morning, california state inspectors are trying to figure out how this happened. caught on tape, this gas station canopy near l-a came crashing down yesterday. there was a car at the pump when it fell, but no people were underneath. the l-a area has gotten some high winds lately, but investigators have not said if that's what caused the collapse. a texas driver made quite the splash when he drove into a swimming pool. college station police say the 69- year-old man crashed through a fence and landed off the deep end; literally! a neighbor ran over to help. paramedics took him to the hospital. he should be okay. the man says he was distracted by loose groceries in the car. it took a tow truck an hour to get the vehicle out. the panthers weren't the only ones to lose on super bowl sunday. check out this guy in indiana who lost his fantasy football league and made sure everyone knew it. he wore a football suit and held a sign and danced on the side of
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the league picked this punshment for the loser. :35 - 41 runs 6 zarse says: "you know it was luck and he had a tough year." but don't feel too bad for this guy. he won his league last season. a big deal could bring thousands of high- paying jobs to our area. we'll tell you what local lawmakers will vote on today. plus stolen information. hackers post personal data from thousands of federal workers. find out how they got it. it's primary day! the voters have already cast the first ballots in new hampshire. we'll tell you the early results. and road damage... what's ahead today for route 12 on the outer banks that's been beaten by mother nature. but first, new information about that breaking news we've been following since we came on at 4:30.
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they've rescued all the survivors from a deadly train crash. investigators say at least eight people died and more than a hundred and fifty were hurt. you're looking at brand new video of the scene in bavaria. a police spokesperson said the two trains crashed head-on early this morning. one of them derailed and several train- cars overturned. police also reported eight rescue helicopters are flying patients to nearby hospitals. the crash site is in a very remote area of the country. officers say they have pulled all the survivors from the wreckage. hospital officials in nearby munich have asked people to donate blood. we'll have more on this coming up on wavy news 10 at 7:00 am on fox 43. now -- let's get you ready for the day. heads up on the outer banks, cape hatteras schools are on a three hour delay because of flooding. jen lewis is keeping an eye out on any problems on those wet roads. and meteoroloigst jeremy wheeler is tracking colder temperatures in the super doppler 10 weather center.
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headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few rain or snow showers possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. a strong upper level system will impact the region over the next 36 hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow showers. temps will be above freezing for most of the time. so there should be little to no accumulations. colder air will surge in late tomorrow. a few snow showers are possible late in the day as this moves in. possibly in the evening. we'll be much colder thursday into the weekend. highs will be in the 30s with lows in the teens and 20s. most of the period looks dry, but nuisance to minor tidal
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. happening today - a huge economic deal to bring a fortune 500 company to
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tonight, city leaders will consider a multi-million dollar incentive package to woo payroll processing giant a-d-p to the mermaid city. the deal could bring thousands of new jobs to the area. rico bush is live in downtown norfolk with more on what city council will be doing tonight. rico, good morning. good morning lex and don. this deal would be huge for hampton roads - an area that's only has a few fortune 500 companies. it's too early to know exactly the economics benefits, but city leaders say an a-d-p expansion would be a positive for norfolk's workforce. during tonight's meeting, city leaders are expected to look into giving the world's biggest payroll processer a five million dollar grant over several years. if city leaders agree to the deal, a-d-p has said it may be heading to south hampton roads. city leaders have not given us more specifics
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learned it is expected to bring a large number of permanent full time jobs to norfolk. and, workers downtown tell us they're excited about the huge impact the move may have on the city. joel weintraub - the decker law firm 4:56 i think that the restaurants on granby street would love that i think it will do amazing things for the downtown area including macarthur mall 5:07 butt to ross rogers - the vineyard trattoria (30)15:51 more businesses coming in more people wonderful i enjoy downtown norfolk great place to live 15:57 if the deal is approved, the board of directors for norfolk's economic development authority is expected to adopt a resolution tomorrow approving the grant to bring a-d-p downtown. we'll let you know what happens when this issue goes before the city council tonight. in the meantime, you can find documents related to this deal on wavy dot com. live in norfolk, rico bush, 10 on your side.
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a look at how n- c-12 held up during recent storms. this stretch in kitty hawk has fallen prey to strong wind and waves before. the mayor tells us, there was some overwash over the weekend, but the asphalt held up. even though there's no rush, he says a road expert will check to see if it needs any repairs. happening today local leaders will talk about ways to deal with rising sea levels. over two days they'll meet in norfolk at the slover library. they'll be addressing risks from flooding across hampton roads. you're looking a video of recent flooding in portsmouth. the environmental defense fund says they can take what they've learned in our area to other coastal cities facing similar threats. today a norfolk teacher is scheduled to appeal his sexual battery conviction. we told you last year a judge convicted a maury high school teacher of hurting a former student.. an 18-year-old said mohsin bouziane sexually assaulted her in the
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tower on school property. norfolk public schools reassigned bouziane to other duties pending the outcome of his appeal. kicking off his campaign. 10 on your side was there as a local leader threw his hat in the ring for mayor vigil with a purpose. a community gathers to keep a murdered virginia teen's memory alive. and coming up at fox43 at 7:00 - drone popularity. we'll explain just how many people have registered to be drone
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the numbers might surprise you. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few rain or snow showers possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. a strong upper level system will impact the region over the next 36 hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow showers. temps will be above freezing for most of the time. so there should be little to no in the day as this moves
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possibly in the evening. we'll be much colder thursday into the weekend. highs will be in the 30s with lows in the teens and 20s. most of the period looks dry, but some flurries can't be ruled out. stay tuned for updates. we'll see some nuisance to minor tidal today. good morning, hampton
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a small victory for local residents. why they're happy a developer pulled the plug on a big box store. hackers steal information from thousands of f-b-i workers. we'll tell you what they posted online. but the the first votes
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counted in new hampshire. the first votes in new hampshires's 2016 presidential ballot have been cast and counted. just a few dozen voters in three tiny towns took part at the stroke of midnight. you're looking at voting in dixville notch which has only nine registered voters. governor john kasich inched out donald trump with three votes, to two and senator bernie sanders took all four votes in the democratic primary.
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will make their decisions later today. trump is ahead in the polls state wide for the republicans. senator sanders leads on the democratic side over hillary clinton. back here in hampton roads, norfolk councilman andy protogyrou officially kicked off his campaign for mayor. he held an event at the annuciation greek orthodox cathedral. family, friends and supporters all turned out for the speeches, food and entertainment. of the three candidates running this year -- protogyrou says his experience stands out. what sets me apart is the oaths i've taken in my lifetime -- vmi cadet -- army national guard -- lawyer -- councilman -- substitute judge & now i'm ready to be your mayor. protogyrou says he's focused on open government, business development, schools and building up neighborhoods. norfolk's sheriff robert mccabe and state senator kenny alexander also announced their run for mayor.
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southampton county investigators are looking into the deaths of two people. deputies spent hours at this house on southampton parkway on monday afternoon. it's about four miles west of courtland. major gene drewery said a family member called deputies. he would not say who that family member was or under what circumstances they made the call. he did say, they are not looking for any suspects. the medical examiner will determine how the two people died. people in blacksburg are honoring the memory of a murdered teen. nats of singing the virginia tech nats of singing the virginia tech community held a vigil last night for 13-year-old nicole lovell. they hope it makes young women more aware of the dangers of predators. lovell had been missing for several days when police found her body in a field near the north carolina state line, two weeks ago. two virginia tech students face charges in lovell's murder. new concerns this morning
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contact information of 20-thousand f-b-i employeees. it happened yesterday... and a day before that -- someone posted personal data of 10-thousand homeland security employees. the group that tweets from an account named "at-dot-govs" said someone pulled the information from the department of justice's database. it includes names, phone numbers, and email addresses. officials say it does not appear hackers accessed any private information, like social security numbers. the justice department is investigating. this morning, several poquoson residents are glad developers pulled the plug on a proposed wal-mart. mayor gene hunt confirms "cres" will no longer build a "wal-mart neighborhood market". we first told you about the proposal in the fall. residents came together to keep the project from moving forward. they told us they had enough grocery stores in their area. a family moves into an upscale neighborhood in virginia beach, eager to build their dream home next to the lynhaven river. but that dream soon
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after they got dozens of complaints from neighbors. typically a home like this would have ten to fifteen inspections by the city. this one has had more than seventy. not a single one led to a work stoppage, and the family has been able to move in. but the owner feels that he got a raw deal from his neighbors. c 5 11:45 byron woodard homeowner to say that it'll be a highly intense envronment is an understatement we look into what happens when neighbors complain - and why the city has to react - whenever someone builds a new home in an established neighborhood. be sure to catch chris horne's investigation, "over-inspected", on wavy news 10 tonight at 6. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers possible. higsh will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a
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possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. a strong upper level system will impact the region over the next 36 hours. this will bring us a lot of clouds, and we'll see some occasional showers and/or snow showers. temps will be above freezing for most of the time. so there should be little to no accumulations. colder air will surge in late tomorrow. a few snow showers are possible late in the day as this moves in. possibly in the evening. we'll be much colder thursday into the weekend. highs will be in the 30s with lows in the
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the period looks dry, but some flurries can't be ruled out. stay tuned for updates. we'll see some nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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coming up when we switch over to fox43 at 7:00 - shark attack records. new numbers show how the states rank. we'll explain where the carolinas came in. plus we're still following breaking news in germany. several people are dead after trains collide. several people are dead after trains collide. new details continue to come in. we'll have the
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. today: a stray am shower. then mostly cloudy. a few afternoon showers in the upper 40s to near 50. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few rain or snow showers possible. lows will be in the low 30s. winds west 10-15mph. wednesday: partly cloudy. isolated snow showers late in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. we're working on more local news, weather, and
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