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ahead. plus -- planning for the future. and we mean the distant future. we'll give you a look at what a hampton roads city may look like 85 years from now. good sunday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. tate today: isolated morning showers....turning partly cloudy. warm with highs in the mid-upper 60s. wind: sw 15-20mph. tonight: mainly clear & cold. lows in the mid 30s. wind: w 10mph. monday: later this evening. this warm day until that 2nd weather tomorrow with highs only in the 40s. most of the
new this morning -- portsmouth police are looking for two suspects who robbed a convenience store. it happened around 11 last night at diamond's express on victory boulevard, near greenwood drive. police say at least one the suspects had a gun. they demanded money, then ran away. this is the fourth time in the last few months that robbers have targeted diamond's express. police also responded to robberies at the store in october, november, and december. we plan to find out more about whether they're all connected. look for our follow-up on the air and on you have those numbers on your powerball ticket? no? well neither did anybody else! lottery officials have confirmed nobody won last night's powerball drawing.
world record jackpot, the next drawing will be wednesday...and the big prize is now estimated at one point three billion dollars...yes, that's billion with a b. and there's a chance that could get even higher as more people buy tickets. lottery officials estimate people in virginia bought around 6-point-9 million tickets yesterday. at peak times -- that means people were buying nearly 14-thousand tickets every minute. you can expect those long lines at gas stations and convienence stores to be even longer now. look for more coverage of lottery mania this week on wavy -- leading up to the next drawing wednesday. this morning, a man is fighting for his life after a car hit him. it happened while the man was riding his bike on western branch boulevard in chesapeake. police say they got the call just after 4:45 yesterday afternoon. investigators say the driver was leaving the shopping center, when they hit the cyclist. the man is being treated for serious injuries at sentara norfolk general hospital. police say the driver of the car wasn't hurt -- and they have not said whether
we can show you this morning -- the man police say robbed a bank in hampton. officers are looking for this man, 27- year-old anthony echevarria. on friday evening -- he allegedly went into the langley federal credit union - showed a gun - and demanded money. the bank is on fox hill road in hampton. echevarria is considered armed and dangerous. if you can help police find him, call the crime line. deputies in york county are looking for a man they say stole prescription pills. investigators say the suspect robbed a rite aid on route 17 in grafton around 1:15 saturday. they say the man did not show a weapon, and no one was hurt we've learned more about a shooting we first told you about saturday morning. they say a 43-year-old man went to the hospital after someone shot him in his thigh. it happened on 23rd street near roanoke avenue in newport news. the shooting happened around 5:15 - and police say by the time they arrived, the man was already at the hospital. officers
the norfolk state women's basketball team is bringing in thousands of dollars to help one of their players. the team played saturday without junior forward amber brown. brown is still in the hospital -- where she's been since she was found unconscious in her dorm new years day. the nsu athletic department will use every home game this month to raise money for brown's hospital bills. its penny fundraising drives so far raised more than 800 dollars. and online -- the money is up to about 6-thousand dollars. this weekend, student athletes continued to ask for donations at the women's game. it was the first home game for the spartans since brown went to the hospital. but they do have some good news. tina ruffin / amber night she's doing really well she's out of the coma. she is responding to just fighting she's a fighter. she's gonna come out." 1:08:32 you can find brown's gofundme page on wavy-dot-com. fighter. she's gonna come out." 1:08:32 you can find brown's wavy-dot-com. we've learned more about
deadly seven-car accident in norfolk. police say -- the driver of the tractor trailer may have had a medical condition that caused him to veer into oncoming traffic. this is the accident -- shown from chopper 10 after it happened friday. we've since learned -- 67-year-old roland stone died in the wreck on tidewater drive. officers say stone swerved across the median in his 18-wheeler -- which caused a chain reaction crash. he was taken to sentara norfolk general hospital where he died. several other people had minor injuries. el chapo is back in the prison he escaped from. so what happens now? hear why one official says it could soon involve him coming to the u-s. plus, the former home of a police officer burns down. hear why police say, this may not have been an accident. but up next, a we'll take a look at future plans for a hampton roads city.
most of us plan ahead, at least a day or two. now imagine -- having to plan a century ahead! that's the job for norfolk city leaders this weekend. 10 on your side's joe fisher attended the kick-off event. christine morris is norfolk's chief resilience officer. she's been working up to this event for more than a year... getting city leaders to think all the way to the year 21-hundred. she says sea level rise is one of the city's most pressing issues. resilience officer ((c475 35:00)) "we live on need to understand what it means to live on the coast in the future." coming up in our next half hour - you'll hear more about the city's
we'll get reaction to the plan, from people who will be affected by it. if you're in the market for a car- or just want to check out whats new for 2016 - we have the place for you this weekend. head to the virginia beach convention center. local dealers will show off the latest models-- at the hampton roads international auto show. wavy is a proud sponsor of the event - stop by and meet your favorite wavy tv personality. event times and admission prices are posted right now on h-r scene dot com. an annual event in virginia beach - aiming to help teenage boys. the ninth annual african american male summit took place at at salem high school saturday. the event brings together business leaders, school administrators, and successful alumni, and parents in hopes of inspiring today's teenage boys. this year's keynote speaker was gary mccollom. it doesn't look like anyone could survive this crash -- but a tennessee couple
the subject of a popular netflix documentary has a new attorney. steven avery hired chicago lawyer kathleen zellner to represent him. tricia bushnell, the legal director of the midwest innocence project -- will also represent avery. he's been in prison for nearly a decade for the 2005 murder of teresa halbach. his case
"making a murderer." we won't give away too many details for those who haven't seen it, but fans of the show petitioned president obama to pardon avery. the white house responded, saying the president cannot pardon state criminals. wisconsin governor scott walker has already said he will not pardon avery. a man takes police on a wild chase through the streets of los angeles. the chase started yesterday afternoon. police say the suspect was armed and dangerous. the chase went on for more than an hour. eventually, the suspect got off the highway, pulled off to the side of the road, and gave himself up to officers. nobody got hurt. a man in wisconsin died after police officers shot him., investigators say the suspect came at the officers with a knife. police in geneva say they got a call about a man olsen came at them holding a knife. the officers took out their guns and shot him. olsen died at the scene. nobody else was hurt. the two officers are on
leave as the case is being investigated. state troopers in oklahoma say slick roads are to blame for an accident that killed six people. the six people were riding in a minivan when it apparently hydroplaned and went head on into a semi-truck. the driver of the semi is expected to be okay. the people in the van weren't from the area where the crash happened and were just traveling through the state. drivers and troopers say the road it happened on gets pretty dangerous when the weather is bad. do." "i drove up and down this road for ten years driving truck and i've had a lot of close calls on this road." troopers are still trying to contact the families of the victims. police are looking into the cause of a fire at the home of the former south carolina police officer accused in the shooting death of an unarmed black man
fire officials say the fire started friday night at the house where michael slager used to live. they say he hasn't lived there since he was arrested last year in the shooting death of walter scott. police say someone saw a person dressed in black running away from the scene, but haven't said whether that person is a suspect. slager is out on bond until his trial in september. the national weather service says a tornado hit in south west florida last night. officials say the storms blew through the cities cape coral and north fort myers. they say the strong winds did a lot of damage and knocked out power for at least 9-thousand people. residents say the storm sounded like a freight train coming through the neighborhood. s/justin ezell/resident :15 "we actually looked actually was green. it was very scary. these are things that we are not accustom to seeing." there haven't been any
today: isolated morning showers....turning partly cloudy. warm with highs in the mid-upper 60s. wind: sw 15-20mph. tonight: mainly clear & sunshine. highs in the mid 40s. wind: wsw 10-15mph. a cold front area later this evening. this 2nd front will be warm day until that 2nd front crosses. highs will be above average into the week will have a chilly feel. warms up a bit by the end of the week. the race for the white house is heating up leading to the iowa caucuses. what's happening with the candidates this weekend. with less than a week to
debate - this weekend the remaining republican presidential are busy as they criss cross between here's 10 on your side's national correspodnent mark meredith. 00:00-00:10 - mark meredith / washington d.c. all other sots are too short for cgs mark on camera clinton on the stump for his wife, donald trump shutting out protesetors in vermont, and the remaining hopefuls running out of time to grab voter's attention. package nats
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with less than a week to go until the next g-o-p debate - this weekend the remaining republican presidential are busy as they criss cross between iowa and new hampshire. for a look at where things stand in the race for the white house, here's 10 on your side's national correspodnent mark meredith. 00:00-00:10 - mark meredith / washington d.c. all other sots are too short for cgs mark on camera his wife, donald trump shutting out protesetors in vermont, and the remaining hopefuls running out of time to grab voter's attention. package nats
it's a new year but so far the trump campaign is wall don't worry about it" quick trump bite 2 "i know i have an angry protestors nat break but the billionaire's brash response seemed to play right into the crowd's hands. while trump leads in the new hampshire polls - in iowa - the first state to vote - texas senator ted cruz continues to gain ground. the new hawkeye frontrunner even calling his lead a sign of new reality for the race "that's gotta scare the living daylights out of the washington that we're life on the campagin trail and this week was back on the stump for his wife trying to widen her lead among iowa democrats. nat break meanwhile clinton's closest rival - vermont senator bernie sanders is spending his weekend in iowa where the most recent polls still show him far behind hillary iowa on monday for a forum fro the fusion network on multi-cultural capaign repulican presidential reaching voters on the
later this morning, republican front- runner donald trump will be on meet the press. he will sit down with moderator chuck todd for a one on one interview in iowa. you can catch that starting at 9, right here on wavy tv 10. that's right after the today show. a gas line exploded in texas, and the fire is continued to burn for hours. people who live in the earthquake. the fire and smoke could be seen for miles. crews eventually turned off the gas line. four families had to be safe. nobody was hurt. and in omaha, a restaurant caught on fire. and people in the area say, they heard an explosion. fire crews worked for hours to put out the fire at the old market restauraunt. bitter cold and icy conditions made it hard for the firefighters to knock down the fire. three people were hurt, but they have already been released from the hospital. there is no word on what
new this morning -- portsmouth police are looking for two suspects who robbed a convenience store. it happened around 11 last night at diamond's express on victory boulevard, near greenwood drive. police say at least one the suspects had a gun. they demanded money, then ran away. i did some digging this morning - and found out, this is the fourth time in the last few
express. police also responded to robberies at the store in october, november, and december. 10 on your side plans to find out more about whether they're all connected. look for our follow-up on the air and on wavy-dot-com. in case you missed them -- we've got the powerball numbers for you this morning. they are: 16, 19, 32, 34, 57, and the powerball of 13. but...nobody won! that's now been confirmed by powerball officials. so now we are talking a world record jackpot, the next drawing will be wednesday...and the big prize is now estimated at one point three billion dollars...yes, that's billion with a b. and there's a chance that could get even higher as more people buy tickets. you can expect those long lines at gas stations and convienence stores to be even longer now. before yesterday's drawing, we caught up with some people here in hampton roads and asked them what they would do if they won.
player c0049 1:18:19 "buy a house, business and make sure my looks like those dreams are still alive! lottery officials estimate people in virginia bought around 6-point-9 million tickets yesterday. at peak times -- that means people were buying nearly 14-thousand tickets every minute. look for more coverage of lottery mania this week on wavy -- leading up to the next drawing wednesday. police in norfolk are investigating the death of a man inside his home. they say, he died of a gunshot wound. police say saturday afternoon -- they found the 28-year-old man inside his house on pretty lake avenue -- in east ocean view. police say the cause of death is undetermined right now. police don't have any suspects, but they ask that anyone with any information call the crime line.
20-16...but the city of norfolk is already looking ahead - way ahead. city leaders are putting a plan together for what they want norfolk to look like in the year 21-hundred. it sounds far off, but they say -- there are issues that need to be addressed now. 10 on your side's joe fisher has more on how they plan to do that. as the mermaid city changes, how the city adapts will determine its norfolk an even greater place to live, work and play." christine morris is chief resilience officer for the city of norfolk. she's been working for more than a year to get others on board for how norfolk will look and feel in 2100. christine morris/chief resilience officer ((c475 35:00)) "we live on coasts because gdp gets generated on coasts, people work on coasts, trade happens on coasts, so we're going to rise is one of most pressing issues. that's something cheryll sumner knows all too welll as president of the chesterfield heights civic league -- a neighborhood surrounded by the elizabeth river. cheryll sumner/chesterfield heights civic league president ((c473 22:58))
and you will see that it is a problem, and the sea level is rising. it may become a problem for you in the future." sumner is one 50 who and dislikes as they prepare for the future. ((c474 32:21)) "i want to hear from everybody what are their favorite places, who are their favorite people, what are their favorite things to do, events and things like that." jeremy economy and population growth in mind, the city's focus is shifting to areas not affected by the rising tide. jeremy commerical land, military circle being an obvious example of that, and it's also on our light rail system and not an area long-term we see at risk of flooding." whatever it takes, they say, to keep the city christine morris/chief resilience officer ((c475 35:55)) "i think it's going to be
10 on your side's joe fisher reporting. city officials say they're now working residents over the next two months. you can go to community meetings -- and tell them what you love...and what you don't like at all. you can find dates and meetings on wavy-dot-com. police finally track down a woman accused of a long crime spree we'll tell you what they different states. plus, a party for syrian refugees in canada turns violent who's accused of attacking them but up next, a couple survives what could have been a devastating car crash. if you need a little heart-warming this
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to as his pickup truck was seconds away from slamming into this bridge support. (arika stovall/survived crash) "i don't know how we lived through that." he's at home recovering in florida. (hunter hanks/survived crash) "i got a good gash across the forehead here." but it is a different moment entirely. however, it was a different moment captured inside arika's hospital room that social media can't stop sharing. (hunter hanks/survived crash) "all i cared about was seeing her and making sure she was ok before me, i didn't care what happened to me as long as she was all right." a caption not necessary, their looks, their eyes at that photo can tell something happened and both were making sure we were ok." so far, the picture has made it's way around the world. neither of the two but messages they've received from pure strangers shows why. (arika stovall/survived crash) "i mean, we've in their life and changed their life and it changed their life." a life stovall/survived crash) "i'm just happy that so many people have been touched by it." what is next for "el chapo?" an official says
they are willing to extradite "el chapo" to the u-s. official reported this to n-b-c. he wants to remain anonymous because he is not authorized to talk about the case. a top mexican thinks joaquin guzman will be sent to the u-s eventually. but guzman's attorney tells mexican media that his team has already filed motions to keep guzman in mexico. guzman is s ck in the prison he escaped from in june after police caught him friday. someone pepper sprayed a group of syrian refugees at a welcoming event in vancouver. it happened friday night during an event at the muslim assocaition of canada center. someone on a bike came riding by a group of the refugees waiting for the bus and sprayed them. paramedics and ff treated 30 refugees a 17-year-old girl was with the group when the attack happened. (nawal addo/ witness) "theyenough at home. it's very upset. and 've seen i think people need to understand that. this is not what they deserve, for the person on the
treated way better than this." police are still looking for the person on the bike who did this. human rights groups came out in full force in argentina. thousands of people held a rally calling for the continued prosecution of human rights violations while the country was under a dictatorship. leaders spoke to the excited crowds. supporters could be heard singing anti- dictatorship songs. they also helped put up pictures of missing children. a plane on its way to denver had to make an emergency landing in vancouver because one of the passengers allegedly threatened the plane and the people on it. united airlines flight 1104 took off from denver yesterday. a few hours into the flight, the crew stopped in vancouver because they found a threat somewhere on the plane. canadian authorites arrested the suspect. nobody was hurt. united got new flights for the passengers so they could continue on their way to colorado. thousands of people in france are making it
construction to a 633-million dollar airport that could be built. tractors and other farm equipment had signs that read "yes to farmers." the new airport would force thousands of residents to move away from their construction to start. police finally caught a woman they say is responsible for a string store robberies. authorities say 24-year-old abigail kemp for the crime spree. she is believed to have robbed six different jewelry stores in five states, including north carolina. police say her spree also arrested a second person in connection to the robberies, but haven't said who they are. the other robberies happened in florida, tennessee, south carolina, and georgia. rock stars and thousands of rock and roll fans came together to say goodbye to a legend. the funeral for motorhead frontman lemmy happened yesterday in hollywood. the funeral was streamed live on the outside of lemmy's favorite bar on the
sw 15-20mph. tonight: mainly clear & cold. lows in the mid 30s. wind: w 10mph. monday: chilly with some sunshine. highs in the mid 40s. wind: wsw 10-15mph. a cold front will cross this 2nd front will be the one to bring colder air to the tidewater area. above average into the mid -upper 60s. plan on much colder weather tomorrow with highs only in the 40s. most of the week will have a chilly feel. warms up a bit by the
field this afternoon. the redskins take on the green bay packers at fedex field in dc for the n-f-c wild card game. the redskins went nine and seven during the regular season, and made the playoffs due in large part to a major resurgence that started midway through the season. the packers finished the year 10 and six, but have been struggling recently, going four and six in their last 10 games. kirk cousins hopes to continue his stellar play to lead the redskins to the next round. you can catch that game this afternoon on our
and last night, newport news native mike tomlin coached the pittsburgh steelers to a win over the cincinnatti bengals in the a-f-c wild card game. it was a bitter contest, with some controversial hits from a particular bengals player steelers quarterback ben roethlisberger was knocked out of the game with a shoulder injury off a hit from vontaze burfict. roethlisberger did come back into the game. the steelers were behind with about 20 seconds to go. that's when burfict was flagged for hitting receiver antonio brown in the head, knocking him out. after that play, bengals corner adam "pacman" jones was flagged for getting into it with a steelers coach. jones posted an angry, profanity laced video, ranting about officials on instagram after the game. anyway, the penalties allowed the steelers to kick the game winning field goal, taking the game 18 to 16. the founder of an italian plastics company is making sure he takes care of his employees, even after he died. piero macchi passed away recently at the age of 87,
ordered in his will some money be given to employees at his company. macchi left behind $546-thousand dollars to be split among his staff. the workers themselves made the news public because macchi's family did not want to give any publicity to the generous gesture. his widow says her husband had a deep connection with the people who made