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in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. tonight: periodic rain showers. warmer... lows in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. tonight: periodic rain
in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. it didn't last long -- but snow covered parts of the area. plows cleared roads on the peninsula this morning, before the flakes turned to rain and created a slushy mess. conditions one neighbor says she's tired of seeing. sot- chanel smith, driver - clip 59 29:14 i am glad it came and the rain has taken it away and hopefully the kids wont
the winter storm was less forgiving in roanoke. it dealt the city a bitter blast of cold -- along with a blanket of snow. strong storms hit central loiusiana -- leaving a trail of damage behind. they took down trees, power lines and even ripped the roof off a a car wash. local reporters say people were hurt, but we haven't heard any reports of deaths. newport news police plan to have more officers patrolling denbigh high school. school officials say they received a bomb threat for tomorrow. they plan to increase security, for the entire week. 10 on your side's liz palka is there now. liz, parents received an automated message about this? cue to board: "that mother telling me she would rather keep him home and have nothing happen."
price - threat made last week - sros, police will sweep school tuesday - extra patrols - security checks done on friday at denbigh high school not credible threat cue to on cam: "price told us an automated message went out to parents tonight." liz palka toys investigators are searching for the cause to yet another house fire in our area tonight -- since saturday -- crews
than half a dozen. police dispatchers say the latest one happened in virginia beach. we found crews on brigadoon drive around seven. that's off pleasure house road in the cheseapeake beach area. closer to the oceanfront -- virginia beach firefighters put out burning apartments on treetop drive. that's in the linkhorn bay area. they say one person was hurt, and they think it may have started by accident. it could be weeks before we know what caused a devastating weekend inferno in norfolk that left nearly 40 people homeless. chopper 10 flew over the smoking remains -- in the willoughby area of ocean view, saturday. today -- chief jeffery wise told us the fire destroyed eight buildings and damaged six. everyone made it out safely -- thanks in part to neighbors who went door to door -- and to the firefighters who braved bitter cold and high winds. marianne mcgovern/ocean view resident (1) 48:17 please believe me, to anybody, to any of the firefighters, we are so proud of you, and i thank every single one from every engine company that responded to stand out here in the freezing
ice, they're heroes. (butted to) (1) 48:46 what can we say but thank you? we appreciate you. the chief also tells us the ocean view fire may be weather related -- crews found themselves fighting another fire in norfolk, saturday. it ripped through the loan max building on north military highway overnight. fire officials say they're not ready to release a cause, but no one was hurt. and after hours in the bitter cold saturday -- the chief says some of the same norfolk firefighters were back at it this morning, they found a burning home on cambridge crescent in the larchmont area. fire officials say a man and his dog made it out safely, but the home was badly damaged. they were not ready to state a cause. six people lost their home in moyock last night -- it too, fell victim to flames -- this time off backwoods road. fire officials say one person was burned, but everyone else made it out. they say it was difficult
freezing cold and lack of fire hydrants. rescue officials in virginia beach say a child nearly drowned, and he's in the hospital tonight. they say the three-year-old fell into an icy fish pond, saturday. it happened off bay breeze cove -- in the broad bay area. first responders say the child was only missing for a few minutes-- before his family went looking for him. they say medics cared for the child and took him to the hospital. we're still working to get an update looking for the man they say robbed a gas station -- they hope you can help i-d him based on these surveillance photos. last tuesday, investigators say he went into the citgo on diamond springs road with a shotgun. they say he demanded cash before taking off toward the driftwood apartments. investigators say this is the third robbery incident there since the start of the new year. police arrested a man they say stabbed an employee when he tried to rob the same store last month. that employee was expected to recover. neighbors tell us, they're concerned to hear the criminal ran into their neighborhood. police say
store new year's day. c0042 anthony kiah 23;25;15 it's really getting crazy over there. easy opportunity for guys who come through jump the fence. they never see it coming. (butt) c0042 anthony kiah 23;36;30 they're doing back to back once a month it seems like (butt) c0032 23;31;21 as a resident it's always concerning there's a lot of little kids here i don't know what to say other than the fact that if they're here and blending in -- for the residents in general i would be concerned. if you can help find the suspect - call the crime line at 1-888-lock-u-up. you never have to give your name and you may earn a reward. next month will mark two years since the murder of a virginia beach man, in the lake edward community. tonight -- his mother is asking for your help. police say someone killed 29-year-old cyle strahl at his home on red
they have not said how strahl died -- but his family says he was shot in the head. we talked to his mother, via skype, from pennsylvania. she's desperate for leslee costantino - victim's mother 3459 what i would say to the people of virginia, if there's an anonymous way that you can give a tip, somebody's got to know something. 3506 police say this is an open case. if you have any information, call the crime line. it's been nearly three months since a gunman attacked a planned parenthood clinic in colorado. the building partially reopened today -- even though repairs aren't finished. locals say the outside still bears the marks of bullets, and the main entrance is still covered in plywood. robert dear faces murder charges for the shooting that killed three people and injured nine. the president of the regional planned parenthood says she's looking for a way to honor the victims. in the days since justice antonin scalia died, republican presidential candidates have been discussing his replacement on the campaign trail. ted cruz: i intend to
the supreme court rubio: we're not moving forward on a nominee until after the election trump: republicans should not let allow it to happen." senate leader mitch mcconnell played to the g-o-p -- and suggested blocking anyone president obama nominates. he wants to leave the nomination up to the next president -- a battle that could last a year. obama: i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor in due time. (butt) sot cruz from debate "we're not going to give up the u.s. supreme court for a generation by allowing barack obama to make one more liberal appointee." democrats say there is no excuse to leave the court gridlocked for a year. senator pat leahy says lawmakers need to consider the constitution-- and vote on the president's pick. still ahead, a woman says the pharmacy gave her the wrong medicine for her son. hear what else she shared only with 10 on your side, next. it's on your car and easy to see if you know what you're looking for. the personal information
now for a story only on 10. imagine -- giving your loved one the wrong medicine -- because of a mistake at the pharmacy. a hampton woman says-- that's exactly what happened to her. she reached out to us -- worried it could happen to someone else. 10 on your side's liz kilmer has been working on the story. liz -- how did she discover the medicine mix-up? amanda mccoy feared she poisoned her 5- year-old son after giving him a medication that was prescribed to her --- but had his name printed on it. she realized the mix up minutes later. while her son is okay - she wants to warn other parents - carefully check your medications. c3 05:18:27 "i thought i killed my kid with giving him the wrong medicine, it flashed in my head that i just poisoned my kid and i thought i was going to have to rush him to the emergency room." tears well up in amanda mccoy's eyes as she recalls the panic felt after giving her 5-year-old son, shaun, this medication. while the bottle has his name on it --- the drug, she says, wasn't for him. c3 05:16:50 "i didn't
wrong label on a medication - not when it came to children." the hampton mother and son had both been sick last tuesday - she with bronchitis, he with pink eye. they went to the md express on west mercury blvd - which wrote these prescriptions. the prednisone -- a corticosteroid - is seen here with her name on it. but when she picked up prednisone tablets had shaun's name on it. she give them liquid." c7 05:30:02 "you trust a pharmacist with your health, with your life!" amanda and her husband quickly called their doctor - who reportedly advised them to carefully watch shaun. shaun is ok, but amanda wanted 10 on your side's help to warn others. c3 05:21:17 "i want other somebody's heart bottle because it had their name on it? that could kill somebody's child." 10 on
comment. a statement reads, in part "we take all customer matters, including this one very seriously... as soon as we became aware of this incident, we immediately reached out to the customer and began an investigation, which is still underway." now amanda says, in fact, no one reached out to her -- she spoke with managers, but she says - only after she sought them out. the statement from rite aid says once the investigation is complete - appropriate actions will be taken, perhaps re-training the pharmacy team. liz kilmer, 10 on your side. (anchors ad lib toss to don) tonight: periodic rain showers. warmer... lows downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday:
possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. tonight: periodic rain showers. warmer... lows in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. tonight: periodic rain showers. warmer... lows in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the
degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. tonight: periodic rain showers. warmer... lows in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with
wind: ne, light. showers. warmer... lows in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. tonight: periodic tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. millions of dollars meant
millions of dollars meant for bringing light rail to virginia beach -- could disappear. how state officials say they're trying to keep the project on track. the death of a supreme court justice could change the future for virginia's former governor. hear the link between antonin scalia and bob mcdonnell explained. i'm bruce rader and coming up in 25 minutes
hampton's cat barber and nc state. i'll show you how the hoo's did. hampton university made national news this weekend with the pirates first ever lacross game--nathan epstein joins us with that story. the new nascar season begins sunday with the daytona 500 here on fox 43, and we begin our racing coverage with the season premier of monday thunder. only at 10:45 and only on
the effort to extend light rail from norfolk to virginia beach-- may have hit another road block. state leaders are threatening to take away their fundng, if city council can't decide what to do. the transportation board set aside 155 million dollars for the project. but last week --virginia beach leaders got notice they could lose it by taking the issue to referendum. transportation secretary aubrey lane says he wants the resort city to make the right decision, in a timely manner. 17=3:09:12 "if they are not ready to go forward which is their prerogative i want to make that clear then the consequences then we have limited resources in the commonwealth and we put that money to work else where but when they 'it is incumbent upon the virginia beach council to do what is
don't think we should be backed into making a decision prematurely" if virginia beach does lose the state funding they can re-apply, but there's no guarantee they'd get it again. did you know your car can reveal your personal info? c 9 7:22 horne -- cecelia, we just came up with your name and your know, i don't like that. cause people can do that? we just did. we'll show you how it happens, and what you can do to stop it-- in a 10 on your side special investigation. bone chilling temperatures in new england won't keep some folks away from getting a free lunch. what they had to do, to
tonight: periodic rain showers. warmer... lows in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. tonight: periodic rain showers. warmer... lows
wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. tonight: periodic rain showers. warmer... lows in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s.
join us tomorrow on wavy tv 10 starting at 4:30. meteorologist jeremy wheeler will be tracking those storms -- if you're not up that early-- no worries-- we're on the air right here on fox 43 from 7 to 9. what does your vehicle say about you? potentially -- where you live-- or how to reach you by phone or email. there's a website that takes vehicle identification numbers and, in some cases, returns sensitive information. 10 on your side's chris horne investigated who could be accessing your information and how -- investigative producer morgan gilliam and i... finding out who people are just by looking through their windshields. c 9 6:26 morgan -- i got one, andrew holloway? yes. that's you? at 3309 c 17 12:46 morgan -- mary c. callahan? 2306
is called thatsthem. it's not like carfax where you enter a vin number and it tells you about the vehicle's maintenance history. thatsthem lets you enter a vin number and it tells you about the owner. c 9 7:22 horne -- cecelia, we just came up with your name and your know, i don't like that. cause people can do that? we just did. and it gets worse. in some cases the results show phone numbers. we found not only the name and address of the person who owns this mercedes. thatsthem revealed her current cell number and we verified it. the owner didn't want to go on camera. but others are speaking out. c 61 39:45 jaqueline shannon driver -- you could typically tell where someone lives from their address what type of economic stature that they have, it could go toward somebody committing crimes we asked thatsthem where they get their information. here's the website's email response: "the site currently has about 15,000 unique visitors per day... we do not disclose the specific
i can tell you the data is sourced from both public and commercially available sources." but who exactly is "i" in that sentence? no one called "domains by proxy". and how's this for irony -- it's a service that "believes... you should be able to keep your personal contact information private when you register a domain name." but what about your personal info? c 9 7:59 cecelia holloway driver -- it makes me feel insecure c 61 39:27 jaqueline shannon driver -- most people wouldn't even think twice that you were able to do something like that, but that's kind of scary thatsthem does however offer an opt-out option. i hope their servers are ready. c 17 13:49 horne -- do you think you'll be opting out? yes. yes. not that they don't have me on everything else, okay. shame that everything isn't on an opt-out option. c 9 9:39 horne -- will you be opting out? i
opting out. chris horne toys we checked with virginia state police, and troopers say it is illegal to cover your vin. if you want to hear what automobile industry experts had to say about this or learn more about opting out -- look for this special report on wavy dot com. tributes are pouring in for supreme court justice antonin scalia. loved ones and colleagues describe him as a legal titan, a magnificent performer, a treasured friend. the 79-year-old justice died in his sleep of natural causes, while visiting a ranch in texas over the weekend. after president ronald reagan appointed the conservative in 19-86. scalia built a record-- supporting narrow interpretations of conflict of interest cases. his death could be a problem for virginia's former governor, bob mcdonnell. it means mcdonnell has lost someone he considered a supporter. he's has been fighting a public corruption conviction for more than a year, and the supreme court
10 on your side's andy fox spoke to experts about how scalia's passing may affect the outcome. (2:38 2) ((of all the people in this country that are sad at justice scalia's passing there is probably no one more sad than bob mcdonnell today)) runs: 08 the passing of supreme court justice antonin scalia could be devastating to the corruption charge appeal of former governor bob ((i think justice scalia's passing is overwhelming likely the court will decide with 8 justices and i think he is less likely to win with justice scalia on the court)) runs: 16 justice scalia's death leaves 8 justices in order for mcdonnell to win his appeal he will need a 5-3 vote. 4-4 tie reverts back to the lower court decision that found mcdonnell guilty with 2 years in federal prison. (3;46 2) ((that probably is the kind wide open statutory application that justice scalia probably wanted to take a look at but we will never know runs: 10 jacob thinks scalia was a sympathetic vote that
an official act of office to help businessman jonnie williams even though mcdonnell received gifts from williams (5:52 2) ((certainly his prospects look a lot worse than they did three days ago)) runs:03 one other thing you need to know about bradley jacob (9:23 3) ((he was my best law professor in law school)) runs:03 antonin scalia taught jacob at the university of chicago law school. (9:29 3) ((many brilliant people can't teach the gift of teaching is not the same thing as being very smart but scalia was that rare combination brilliant teacher brilliant mind who is also a gifted teacher)) runs: 11 scalia clear communicator questioned to pull answers out of students engaging, entertaining. (10:26 3) ((nino scalia larger than life robust italian guy and you knew he was there)) runs: 08 (20:13 3) ((if we are going to apply the united states constitution what matters are the words on the paper and not just what i wish our constitution
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speak to a financial professional when it's convenient. and pay for things using android pay. know that with pnc's convenient solutions, at least your finances will be easy to control. there is such a thing as free lunch -- if you're willing to brave the elements. a massachusetts restaurant says it will give food away -- to anyone eating outside. the patio of the place -- ironically named hot table -- was full of customers today. there was a winter weather advisory in effect and temperatures in the teens! the restaurant says it is donating money from the challenge to charity. up next how hampton university made history this weekend--- plus---the nascar off-season is over---and we have our first preview of
looking to keep pace in the final weeks of the acc race, the virginia basketball team quickly returned to the court tonight, hoping to shake off their devistating loss to duke. an impressive win tonight against n.c. state would surely take away the sting. and the hoo's did just that. i'm bruce rader, welcome to the sportswrap live on this monday night. seventh ranked virginia returned to their safe haven in charlottesville tonight to take on struggling nc state and their star guard from hampton cat barber. uva wearing white at home tonight, facing barber, the leading scorer in the acc who showed his stuff early, nailing the three, cat hitting his first five shots, but virginia's defense limited the junior guard to only 14 points, 10 points below his average.
devon hall---from cape henry collegiate in virginia beach----off the steal--right at barber for the layin--he had 6---and the game tied at 31 by halftime--- but hungry virginia pulls away in the second half, malcolm brogdon the steal---the miss---anthony gill with the clean up jam, the cavaliers up by 8-- brogdeon---corner 3 goes---he had 22, and london parrantes added another 19--he had five three pointers, three in a row at one point--after a heartbreaking loss at the buzzer to duke, the hoo's rebound nicely beating nc state by 20--and now have a week off before heading to number 11 miami "next" monday. crawford----a freshman at hampton university---made an unusual request. he implored school officials to form a club lacrosse team. three months later, crawford died of an enlarged heart. he was only 21 years old. but michael's dream stayed alive, and this weekend, five years