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robberies -- police the case. 10 on your side's erin kelly will have the update in a live report. and we have new information to a trapped miner story we brought to you as breaking news this morning... we're following breaking news out of north carolina. police in washington county say an inmate escaped their custody. officers say they were transporting heather burton to the hospital after she fell in the courthouse. burton is from elizabeth city. investigators say the through a bathroom as doctors were about to x-ray her injuries. police say she stole a black pick-up truck from a nearby garage. authorities believe she's headed towards elizabeth city because she has family there. burton was in jail for violating probation. if you see her, call 911 immediately. we continue to follow developing news from a hotel in chesapeake. a man is in the hospital after a person shot him at an extended stay american hotel.
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after 4 this morning. the victim is in sentara norfolk general hospital with life-threatening injuries. we're still working to find out if the person shot is an employee, vistor, or guest at the hotel. new information about a death investigation in norfolk. a 55-year-old man is dead after he was found unconscious in a parking lot. around 2:45 wednesday morning police went to a parking lot behind walmart on north military highway where a man wasn't breathing. we're told the man is richard winters of kempsville road. detectives are still working to figure out what happened to winters. if you have any information, call the crime line. new at midday -- the mathews county sheriff's office is investigating a suspicious death. we just learned a 41-year-old gloucester woman's body was found in a wooded area sunday. the woman's husband reported her missing early sunday afternoon. she was found just before 8:30 that evening on north river road. the mathews county sheriff's office
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-- a preliminary investigation says it doesn't look like there is foul play. new information this midday about a robbery turned shooting at a norfolk 7-eleven. take a close look at this picture. police are looking for 38-year-old kevin bristow. officers say bristow robbed and shot a 7- eleven store employee wednesday morning. this surveillance video shows happened on chesapeake boulevard. police say he also got away with some money. the 23 year old man who was shot is still in the hospital. this is just one of several robberies at 7-eleven stores in hampton roads over the last few days. including a second robbery at the same 7-eleven on chesapeake blvd - just last night. 10 on your side's erin kelly continues to gather new information -- she's live from norfolk with those details. we're in the bayview area on chesapeake boulevad. police say just before 10
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in here, and quickly ran out before getting money. again -- this is the same store where police say someone robbed and shot a clerk early wednesday morning. now -- before last night's attempted robbery here -- police were working on two others -- all within about an hour. those were both in ghent -- redgate ave & orapax - which is west ghent - and then colonial ave & princess anne. police say just before 9 an armed robber demanded money, got cash, and ran off before police got there. police say the same thing happened 25 mins later at that colonial ave location -- just a couple miles away. officers haven't said if the three crimes are connected. as for bristow -- the suspect in the wednesday morning robbery and shooting
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armed and dangerous -- and they're not sure if he is connected to the 3 robberies last night. i'm working to get more information on all of this for you on wavy news 10 at 4. live in norfolk, erin business robberies that happened within 15 minutes of each other. the first one took place at a family dollar on lasalle avenue just after 10 last night. the suspect went inside with a gun and demanded money. 15 minutes later a person went into kim's chinese food on lasalle avenue -- showed a gun and demanded money. investigators believe it's the same person for both robberies. if you have any information call the crime line. new information this midday about an accident on the chesapeake bay bridge-tunnel we first showed you from chopper 10. we've learned the driver is 33-year-old matthew killmon of wachapreague. the c-b-b-t's police chief tells 10 on your side -- killmon tried to pass a slower-moving 18 wheeler before losing
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the bay. the left lane is still blocked off. the crash is still under investigation. about 30 minutes ago the east side of the downtown tunnel openned back up - after a crash inside the tube. here's a look at the wavy jamcams during the crash. traffic was at a stand still for about an hour. a 10 on your side viewer sent us this video from inside the tube. we're working to find out if anyone was hurt. developing news in france -- where officers shot and killed a man who had a knife -- and wires coming out of his clothes at a police station. it's a year to the day after an attack on the french satirical newspaper charlie hebdo launched a bloody year in the french capital. according to a police union official, the man cried out "allahu akbar," which is arabic for "god is great". police are investigating today's incident as "more likely terrorism" than a standard criminal act. the neighborhood near the
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after the event. as today's events unfold in france, the country's president, francois hollande says last year's charlie hebdo attacks still weigh heavily on the country. a year ago today two french-born brothers killed eleven people inside the building where satirical magazine charlie hebdo operated. a muslim policeman outside was also killed. over the next two days, an accomplice shot a policewoman to death, then stormed a kosher supermarket, killing four hostages. all three gunmen died. france has been on high alert ever since, and was struck again in november by extremists dispatched by isis. breaking news in upstate new york. seventeen miners trapped in a salt mine overnight are safe this midday...after emergency workers rescued them. officials say the miners were never in any danger -- but, they were trapped in an elevator. officials talked with the miners and sent down blankets, heat packs, and other supplies. tactical rescue teams
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officials and decided a rope rescue would take too long. a commercial crane was brought in with a basket that could bring up six miners at a time. the salt mine - operated by cargill - produces road de-icing salt from deposits beneath a lake. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk chances are you needed that jacket this morning as you got ready for school and work. those temperatures will start to warm up this week -- meteorologist jeremy wheeler is in the super doppler 10 weather center with how high the temperatures will get. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center..
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virginia's community colleges are getting nearly 2-million dollars from the
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help coal mining workers who lost their jobs. the u.s. department of labor says the grant for the virginia community system will help about 210 workers in southwestern virginia who were laid off from bristol-based alpha natural resources. they'll receive career services and training to prepare them for positions in manufacturing, tourism, and outdoor recreation industries. four virginia counties have been issued as primary disaster designations agriculture after flooding last fall. wight, patrick, southampton, and surry counties. it's been determined those counties' farms lost enough money, because of the weather, for a designation to be made. farmers in eligibile counties have 8 months to apply for emergency loans. now to the news everyone wants to hear. no one matched last night's powerball numbers. so the jackpot rises to an estimated 700- million-dollars. that's the largest jackpot in u-s history.
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million. get your tickets out here are the numbers 2 -11-47-62-63, and the powerball 17. even if you didn't match all the numbers, you can still win a smaller prize. the next drawing is saturday night. still ahead - a drunk mom wrecks her car -- and then leaves her 4 week old behind. we'll tell you why a lie may get her into even more trouble. still to come on wavy news 10 midday. more problems for the popular chipolte... we'll tell you what the company has korea are responding to their
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breaking news from libya this midday -- as a truck bomb killed at least 60 police officers. more than 200 people are hurt after that explosion. officials are still looking for those reponsible for the bombing. rescue crews say it's possible dozens more may be dead. now to the interview you'll see only on 10. a woman needs your help to find the person who shot and killed her sister. newport news police say junior shot and killed 25- year-old dashanika sherrod in her bedroom monday. her family says the two recently broke up. and the day after christmas, she took out a restraining order. he looked my mom in the face and he walked straight into the room. he shot her one
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know... he shot her one time and then my mom ran in the room and that's when he shot her two more times and she screamed, and he looked at her. and she went to get the baby, and he ran out the house. 08:28 we put a link on wavy-dot-com if you'd like to help the family. investigators say a former teacher on the inappropriate relationship with a student. prosecutors say 27-year-old ryan garrott taught at manteo high school. the d-a says the victim is an 18-year- old female student. north carolina state code states: if a teacher is at least 4 years older, and at the same school, it's a felony. prosecutors say garrott is currently out of the country. they will set a court date served.
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macy's store closings we first told you about yesterday. we now know more than 43-hundred people will get the pink slip nationwide... 10 on your side learned, three stores in hampton roads will close. they are the military circle store in norfolk, the chesapeake square store in chesapeake, and the peninsula town center store in hampton. this will impact about 275 local workers. in all, 40 stores nationwide will close. store executives say about half of the workers will move into other positions. the store says it had disappointing sales in 2015. we have a 10 time saver traffic alert to tell you about this midday. expect some lane restrictions at the saint paul's boulevard and brambleton avenue intersection for utility work. drivers are encouraged to use boush and church street as alternate routes. norfolk police will help with traffic control during rush hour.
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to one lane in both directions. for drivers heading northbound -- turns to brambleton avenue will also be reduced to one lane. for southbound drivers -- if you need to make a left turn to saint paul's boulevard -- you'll be forced to turn at church street and monticello avenue. this is part of a project that'll last through march. ( weather anim - with track) (put weather cc here - in green) church street and monticello avenue. this is part of a project march. ( weather anim - with track) (put weather cc here - in boulevard -- you'll be forced to turn at church ( weather anim - with track)
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green) rest of today: partly to mostly cloudy. a few sprinkles possible. highs will be in the low/mid 50s. few upper 50s south. winds ne 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few sprinkles lows will be in the low 40s. winds north 10mph. friday: mostly cloudy. isolated showers in the afternoon. highs will be in the mid 50s. winds ne 8- 12mph. we'll see lots of clouds today with a few breaks on occasion. a sprinkle is possible. high pressure is to our north, but a little moisture is trying to come up from the south in the mid-upper levels. temps will be milder today. highs will be in the 50s. we'll see lots of clouds again tomorrow with a few sprinkles possible. highs will be in the mid 50s. the weather looks pretty good for saturday. warmer with highs in the 60s and skies. however, rain looks to move in by saturday evening and last until sunday morning. it will be warm sunday morning, but temps will probably fall through the day. after some rain in the
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looks pretty good. we'll be dry and colder for monday into tuesday. we may see some more rain again next wednesday. possibly a bit of a wintry mix over part of the region, but it is too early to tell. stay tuned for updates. an ice sculpture contest in northern china -- is bringing 30 teams of artists from around the world together. the three-day contest has artists trying to carve ice of the region, but it is too early to tell. stay
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an ice sculpture contest in northern china -- is bringing 30 teams of artists from around the world together. the three-day contest has artists trying to carve ice blocks into artistic masterpieces. a spanish ice sculptor, who has visited harbin three times, said even though he felt the temperature was higher this year, it didn't affect his work. s/ lluis ribalta coma-cros/ ice sculptor from spain but for the provokes breaks inside.
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quite okay because we don't have sun at any time." the ice sculpture contest, which began yesterday, goes through friday. up next on midday - a mom is in jail -- for lying -- amongst other things... "we've got a call that a vehicle's been stolen and there's a 4 week old baby in the back. (4) why a stolen vehicle call ended up being part of a drunken stupor... plus - shock and concern continues around the world this midday - as
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it was just a matter of time. "star wars: the force awakens" has become the highest grossing domestic movie of all time. according to disney, the movie earned enough at the box office on wednesday to pass "avatar's" 760-point-5 million dollar lifetime gross. the number one title comes after just 20- days. both "avatar" and "star wars" have earned some 1-point-6 billion globally. an oregon mother is in jail after police say she drove drunk, crashed her car, and then left her 4-week old baby in it while going to buy more alcohol. when police arrested 31-year-old terra
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of alcohol. her blood alcohol content -- three times the legal limit. the accident took place wednesday night just after 5. at the convenience store she bought a small box of wine and left... only to come back shortly after to report her car stolen, but really she had just parked it across the street. (s/sgt. david kempas/west linn police department:36- :41) "the call the i got at work was we've got a call that a vehicle's been stolen and there's a 4 stone/witness:42-:50) "and she had the keys with her the whole time street." police say the baby was ok and is with his father now. they arrested the mom after running after her for a short amount of time. charges including duii, child neglect, and report. coming up on midday-- severe weather forces people to leave their homes... s/ greg mair/ western australia state
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incident controller :09 "what we're dealing with here is a very large, very dangerous fire and we're experiencing quite erratic fire behavior today. we'll explain how the winds in one city is
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situation for many people clean their dentures with toothpaste or plain water. and even though their dentures look clean, in reality they're not. if a denture were to be put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists on the denture, and that bacteria multiplies very rapidly. that's why dentists recommend cleaning with polident everyday. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria. for a cleaner, fresher,
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we'll explain how the we're back at --:-- on wavy news 10 midday i'm
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here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... rest of today: partly to mostly cloudy. a few sprinkles possible. highs will be in the low/mid 50s. few upper 50s south. winds ne 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few sprinkles lows will be in the low 40s. winds mostly cloudy. isolated showers in the afternoon. highs will be in the mid 50s. winds ne 8- 12mph. we'll see lots of clouds today with a few breaks on occasion. a sprinkle is possible. high pressure is to our north, but a little moisture is trying to come up from the south in the mid-upper levels. temps will be milder today. highs will be in the 50s. we'll see lots of clouds again tomorrow with a few sprinkles possible. highs will be in the mid 50s. the weather looks pretty good for saturday. warmer with highs in the 60s and partly cloudy skies. however, rain looks to move in by saturday evening and last until
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be warm sunday morning, but temps will probably fall through the day. after some rain in the morning, sunday afternoon looks pretty good. we'll be dry and colder for monday into tuesday. we may see some more rain again next wednesday. possibly a bit of a wintry mix over part of the region, but it is too early to tell. stay tuned for updates. we're following breaking news out of north carolina. police in washington county say an inmate escaped their custody. officers say they were transporting heather burton to the hospital after she fell in the courthouse. burton is from elizabeth city. investigators say the 29-year-old slipped away through a bathroom as doctors were about to x-ray her injuries. police say she stole a black pick-up truck from a nearby garage. authorities believe she's
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she has family there. burton was in jail for violating probation. if you see her, call 911 immediately. we continue to follow developing news from a hotel in chesapeake. a man is in the hospital after a person shot him at an extended stay american hotel. someone called 9-1-1 just after 4 this morning. the victim is in sentara norfolk general hospital with life-threatening injuries. we're still working to find out if the person shot is an employee, vistor, or guest at the hotel. new information about a death investigation in norfolk. a 55-year-old man is dead after he was found unconscious in a parking lot. around 2:45 wednesday morning police went to a parking lot behind walmart on north military highway where a man wasn't breathing. we're told the man is kempsville road. detectives are still working to figure out what happened to winters. if you have any information, call the crime line. new information this midday about a robbery
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7-eleven. take a close look at this picture. police are looking for 38-year-old kevin bristow. officers say bristow robbed and shot a 7- eleven store employee wednesday morning. this surveillance video shows happened on chesapeake boulevard. police say he also got away with some money. the 23 year old man who was shot is still in the hospital. just last night - police tell us the same store was robbed again around ten. police tell us a man walked into the store on chesapeake blvd - but left before he demanded anything. the manager of that location told erin kelly they now have a security guard. we're told the suspect seemed startled to see the guard in the store last night - that's when he ran out. a 10 on your side viewer sent us this picture from night. almost an hour before the robbery on chesapeake blvd - police say a man demanded money from 7-eleven employees on redgate avenue in west ghent.
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just before 9:00 pm, and the robber was armed. the second happened about 25 minutes later at the 7-eleven on colonial avenue and princess anne road. police say the suspect was also armed and got away with money before police arrived. overnight, police gave us this description of a suspect. witnesses say he was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and khaki pants. they say he was also wearing a back-pack. call the crime line if you know anything about these robberies. hampton police are investigating two business robberies that happened within 15 minunus of each other. the first one took place at a family dollar on lasalle avenue just after 10 last night. the suspect went inside, with a gun and demanded money. 15 minutes later a person went into kim's chinese food on lasalle avenue -- showed a gun and demanded money. investigators believe its the same person for both robberies. if you have any information call the crime line. an armed group in oregon is entering its fifth day occupying a building on an oregon
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claim to be supporting the rights of ranchers who they say are victims of a government land-grab. but the community, while somewhat sympathetic, want's them out. reid binion reports --reporter pkg-as follows-- (georgia marshal) "i'm proud to be a rancher, and i'm not going to let some other people be my face!" most of the voices at last night's town hall meeting were calling for armed protesters occupying an oregon federal building to leave. (mos resident) "you guys stand up with me and i'll be the first one to tell them to go." the group, led by nevada rancher ammon bundy is back to prison after being convicted of arson on federal land. (ammon bundy/occupation leader) "there is a time to go home. we recognize that. we don't feel it's quite time yet." bundy says the hammonds were targeted for not selling land to the government... ...and his group is staying put. members of the native american paiute tribe, who say their ancestors were first owners of the land, also want the protesters gone. (charlotte roderique /burns paiute tribe chairperson) "the protesters have no claim to this land." (jarvis
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member) "we were here way before anybody else much different if his tribe were occupying the federal building. (jarvis kennedy/tribal council member) "oh, we'd be already shot up and blown up and in jail, handcuffed." for now, law enforcement seem to be taking a wait-and-see approach, hoping to avoid an escalation. (sheriff david ward/harney county, or) "we're going to work through this thing. we're going to work through it peacefully, and hopefully speedily." i'm reid binion, reporting. developing news in upstate new york. seventeen miners trapped in a salt mine overnight are safe this midday...after emergency workers rescued them. officials say the miners were never in any danger -- but, they were trapped in an elevator. officials talked with the miners and sent down blankets, heat packs, and other supplies. tactical rescue teams coordinated with mine officials and decided a rope rescue would take too long. a commercial crane was brought in with a basket that could bring up six miners at a time. the salt mine - operated by cargill - produces road de-icing salt from deposits beneath a lake.
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colleges are getting nearly 2-million dollars from the federal government to help coal mining workers who lost their jobs. the u.s. department of labor says the grant for the virginia community college system will help about 210 workers in southwestern virginia who were laid off from bristol-based alpha natural resources. they'll receive career services and training to prepare them for positions in manufacturing, tourism, and outdoor recreation industries. four virginia counties have been issued as primary disaster designations by the u.s. department of agriculture after flooding last fall. that includes isle of wight, patrick, southampton, and surry counties. it's been determined those counties' farms lost enough money, because of the weather, for a designation to be made. farmers in eligibile counties have 8 months to apply for emergency loans. now to the news everyone wants to hear.
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numbers. so the jackpot rises to million-dollars. that's the largest jackpot in u-s history. last night's pot was $500 million. get your tickets out. here are the numbers 2 -11-47-62-63, and the powerball 17. even if you didn't match all the numbers, you can still win a smaller prize. the next drawing is saturday night. north carolina governor pat mccrory is looking to data -- that says overall wages are going up in the state. this as he looks for credit for the state's post-recession economy and re- election later this year. mccrory spoke wednesday to an annual gathering of business and industry leaders trying to forecast the state's economy in 2016. mccrory noted the state's unemployment rate improved dramatically since 2013. for the first time, both
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that would repeal obamacare. the republican-led house passed the measure wednesday. it was one in a long line of more than 60- votes to try and roll back all or some of the law. the g-o-p-led senate approved the legislation last month. the measure would also bar any federal money for planned parenthood. but don't expect the legislation to become law. president obama has promised he'll veto any bill that dismantles his health care law. more - and potentially bigger problems for chiptole! the company has revealed that its the target of an fda criminal investigation into one of the very first foodborne illness outbreaks. the fda and u-s attorney's office will not say what potential criminal matter the grand jury is investigating. but it centers on a norovirus case in simi valley, california last summer..... before a string of outbreaks that has since sickened hundreds." nbcs tom costello reports.
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for a once-favorite fast food chain, struggling through a seemingly unprecedented series of food-borne illness cases. chipotle announcing that a grand jury has subpoenaed internal documents related to a norovirus outbreak last summer at this restaurant in simi valley, california. 207-people were sickened, some hospitalized. victim attorney bill marler: (sot-seattle feed 2:19-in) (bill marler/victims' attorney) "they had severe stomach cramps, vomiting, diarrhea, sometimes they became dehydrated and required medical attention for re- hydration." while a grand jury is looking into that outbreak, hundreds of other people have been sickened in unrelated chipotle cases: -including 53 people in 9 states who became ill in an e-coli outbreak. -another 5 in a separate e-coli outbreak. -then 141 students in boston, in yet another norovirus outbreak that required extensive cleaning. so many cases, even some chipotle regulars have opted to steer clear. (sot-mos - la feed 17:58:29) "i am not going
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18:01:49) "i cant, go pick up food for my family and everyone gets sick. doesn't' make picking up food easy if everyone is getting sick." chipotle has paid the price: -december sales down 30%. -since october, chipotle stock has slid 43%. it was just last month that ceo steve ells promised matt...... chipotle is introducing new, state-of-the-art food safety practices. (sot-07;16;22;14 tdy) (steve ells/chipotle ceo) "but but the procedures we are putting in place today are so above industry norms that we are going to be the safest place to eat. " investigation, chipotle is once again under the microscope. still ahead on midday- a bomb scare -- we'll tell you what countries surrounding north korea are doing to stay safe. plus - worth millions -- we'll show you one piece of jewelry thats worth its weight...in sapphire. plus - we're on your side
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super doppler 10 forecast new information this midday -- as more doubt is being cast on north korea's hydrogen bomb claims. the communist country says it detonated a hydrogen bomb wednesday in underground testing. japan says it hasn't found any particular change in radiation levels in the air. the country sent three planes to test atmospheric dust after north korea's supposed test. at the same time, the united nations is looking at taking even
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for violating security council resolutions. as japan's checking the air levels for possible hydrogen bomb testing -- south korea's defense minister says his country and the united states have agreed on a close military co-operation in response to north korea's claim. han min-koo condemns pyongyan's actions saying it poses a serious threat to the peace and stability of the korean peninsula. 150 people from a conservative civic group were in the south korea capital protesting north korea's claim -- saying south korea's government needs to take stern measures against their northern counterpart. from south korea to china, people living in the chinese city of dandong continue to show their concern after north korea says it tested the bomb. dandong is a border city between china and north korea. still - a day after the testing - cargo vehicles had been spotted crossing a bridge to the north. still - a day after the
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north korea despite its influence waning over its neighbor since kim jong-un came to power in 2012. here's an interesting and bizarre story for you out of montana. a food bank is making the most of meat many would pass on, by using roadkill to help provide 15-hundred meals a year to the hungry. the foodbank is accepting "vehicle tenderized meat" -- it's something it's already taken from local police and game wardens since the 1980's. there's a butchering room set-up to make the clean-up process easy. some might turn their nose up at eating road kill, but food bank organizers say the meat is being put to good use. "more i see a fascination with it. we took some this year and we turned it into pepper sticks. but they were fantastic and it was a good use of the meat." while many food banks around montana have donation programs for hunters, this north valley food bank is the only
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shifting gears to severe weather in australia. a huge wildfire threatens lives and properties near perth today -- that's in the western part of the country. people in the area are being told to evacuate if there is a clear way out. australian media is reporting people who are not leaving need to seek shelter wherever possible. wind direction is making the major fire even more dangerous -- because it's pushing the flames toward one western community. people in the direct path of the fire talk about how difficult it was to get out. s/ narelle carlon/ local resident :09 "just a lot couldn't see the shoreline at all, it was just all smoke." s/ greg mair/ western australia state department of fire and emergency services incident controller :09 "what we're dealing with here is a very large, very dangerous fire and evacuating by boat -- as dozens of firetrucks and aerial water bombers are working to put out the fire. as australians in the western part of the
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fires -- those in southeastern australia have to evacuate because of extreme flooding. as the heavy rains in that part of the country let up, a lot of rural areas are still flooded. many people evacuated as the water levels rose. roads closed, some houses even had damage because of the water. officials say they won't know the full extent of the damage until the floods recede. (weather anim - with track) (put weather cc here - in green) rest of today: partly to mostly cloudy. a few sprinkles possible. highs will be in the low/mid 50s. few upper 50s south. winds ne 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. a few sprinkles lows will be in the low 40s. winds north 10mph. friday: mostly cloudy. isolated showers in the afternoon. highs will be in the mid 50s. winds ne 8- 12mph. we'll see lots of clouds today with a few
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on occasion. a sprinkle is possible. high pressure is to our north, but a little moisture is trying to come up from the south in the mid-upper levels. temps will be milder today. highs will be in the 50s. we'll see lots of clouds again tomorrow with a few sprinkles possible. highs will be in the mid 50s. the weather looks pretty good for saturday. warmer with highs in the 60s and partly cloudy skies. however, rain looks to move in by saturday evening and last until sunday morning. it will be warm sunday morning, but temps will probably fall through the day. after some rain in the morning, sunday afternoon looks pretty good. we'll be dry and colder for
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tuesday. we may see some more rain again next wednesday. possibly a bit of a wintry mix over part of the region, but it is too early to tell. stay tuned for updates. up next on midday - cha-ching! the largest sapphire in the world has
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found -- and if sold, it could be a huge payout for the owner. caring for someone with alzheimer's means i am a lot of things. i am his sunshine. i am his advocate. so i asked about adding once-daily namenda xr to his current treatment for moderate to severe alzheimer's. it works differently. when added to another alzheimer's treatment, it may improve overall function and cognition.
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vo: namenda xr doesn't change how the disease progresses. it shouldn't be taken by anyone allergic to memantine, or who's had a bad reaction to namenda xr or its ingredients. before starting treatment, tell their doctor if they have, or ever had, a seizure disorder, difficulty passing urine, liver, kidney or bladder problems, and about medications they're taking. certain medications, changes in diet, or medical conditions may affect the amount of namenda xr in the body and may increase side effects. the most common side effects are headache, diarrhea, and dizziness. he's always been my everything. now i am giving back. ask their doctor about once-daily namenda xr
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a man who looks a bit like c-n-n personality mike rowe robbed a bank in oregon earlier this week. police in medford posted an image of the man online. rowe himself heard that he had a law- breaking look-a-like in the northwest and commented on social media. he pointed out that he is much taller than the suspect. but he also said he could prove he wasn't in the state, if necessary. what's being called the largest blue star sapphire in the world has been found in sri lanka. the gem's current owner says the sapphire is certified as weighing more than 14-hundred carats. if sold -- it has a price tag of up to 175 million dollars. the owner values it 100 million dollars. he named the sapphire "the star of adam", after
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was sent away from the garden of eden and arrived in sri lanka. media reports say the world's three largest blue star sapphires are from sri lanka. more than 200-million people voted for their favorites on tv and in the movies... it's all part of the 46th annual people's choice awards... the ceremony happened wednesday night. among the winners, sandra bullock for "favorite movie actress." nbc scored big with "the voice" for "favorite competition tv show" and jimmy fallon for "favorite late night talk show host." there was an awkward moment when someone crashed the stage as the hosts of "the talk" were accepting their award for "favorite
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wow. the internet is crazy fast here. i know, right? it's so nice to have everyone over. hi hey. mmm. i just laid an egg. does anybody want it? joey, you want some gasoline? yes, please. mom, guess what? i married a clown and we're having tiny little clown babies. mhm. i just bought a hammer. with internet fast enough for everyone, your guests might get a bit carried away.
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