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we start tonight with -- the big cool down. but first, here's a live look from tower cam 10 from over downtown norfolk. the temperatures felt more like spring than the beggining of january -- but that's okay... just wait for a few more hours, you'll need the heavy jacket. meteorologist ashley baylor is in the super doppler 10 weather center to let us know how low the temperatures will get. tonight: clear and chilly. lows: mid-30s. winds: w 10-20 mph. monday: sunny skies. much cooler. highs: mid- 40s. winds: w 10 mph. tuesday: mostly sunny. a touch milder. highs: beautiful with plenty of sunshine and highs in the
tonight, expect clear skies with temperatures gradually dropping back into the mid-50s by 9 pm. winds will stay up around 10 to 20 mph, so it'll will be down into the mid-20s. you'll definitely want warm layers as you head out the door tomorrow in the mid-40s. at least we'll have abundant sunshine! we'll keep the sunshine going through tuesday. in advance of a cold front, winds will be back out of the south, so a little more cloud cover flurries, so don't expect any accumulations. most people will sleep right through it! expect much cooler conditions on wednesday with highs in
developing news from suffolk this evening.. police continue to look for two people responsible in an early morning armed robbery. we've learned it happened just before 1 this morning at the 7-eleven on godwin boulevard. the suspects went in the store, showed a gun and demanded money. the two ran away after getting money from the store employee. portsmouth police are looking for two suspects who robbed a convenience store. it's a story we first brought to you as breaking news last night at 11. it happened around 10-45 last night at diamond's express a gas station 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 that robbers have targeted diamond's express. police also responded to robberies at the store in october, november, and december.
find out more about whether they're all connected. we're on your side tonight --- looking into a growing interest in guns and how to use them across hampton roads. this comes after a week of comments by president obama on gun control. he's now vowing to use his executive powers to implement new gun safety measures. locally, a record turnout this weekend at the showmasters gun show in norfolk. and one gun shop on the peninsula says demand for gun permits is stronger than ever. 10 on your side's joe fisher is live in the newsroom to explain the demand. joe. deanna -- one licensed gun dealer i talked with calls president obama "the best gun salesman out there." when he talks about gun control and restrictions ---- people react. gun show attendance --- up. concealed carry classes -- filled requests for private instruction -- now in high demand. ((c501 1:09)) "we have guns, and knives, ammo, surplus, holsters, we have training." upwards of 5,000 people packed the norfolk scope arena saturday and sunday. that's double what
predicted. ((c501 5:02)) "they are scared of more gun control laws and making it more difficult for them to legally purchase a firearm." the foot traffic at the showmasters gun show just one sign interest in guns is growing. the marksman in newport news says they've seen increases in people shooting guns, buying guns, and enrolling in conealed carry classes. ((c549 26:56-27:04)) "where we are normally scheduled up through the next class, is now we're scheduled through the next six classes." gun owner clifford mills completed the six-hour class sunday. clifford mills/gun owner ((c548 23:38)) "just having a weapon is peace of mind. i mean if you get a bunch of people coming in at you with weapons drawn, it's always nice to return a including more agents to do background checks and more money for gun safety is all good. but it distracts from the biggest issue, he says, facing the nation. ((549 46:15)) "if you're having a terrorist issue happening in your country and you choose not to talk about that and you chose to talk about increasing the number of background checks, there's a disconnect there." the president's plan also includes closing the gun show loophole.
of sale of weapons done outside gun shows -- which mcclain says happens elsewhere, too. ((c549 33:13)) "i like to call it the walmart parking lot loophole because it's the same thing. you can't do anything at a gun show that you can't do anywhere else. and what we are talking about is private sales." mcclain says the solution will come in the form of enforcement, not introduction of new law. state politics play into the equation, too. i told you a few weeks ago --- virginia will stop accepting concealed carry permit from 25 states on february first. because of that one dealer tells me a utah non-resident permit is in high demand because it is recongized in 31 states. ((c488 48:28-48:39)) "with your utah you're able to travel outside the state of
better with a utah non-resident permit." rick tiberlake says the non-resident utah permit is available for a fee to virginians who meet certain requirements. meantime, president obama's plan -- also includes a half-billion dollars for mental health funding. live in the newsroom tonight, i'm joe fisher, 10 on your side. new information on the historic powerball drawing saturday night... even though its no one won the massive prize, a few people in hampton roads woke up with a piece of the jackpot... the virginia lottery says a person is 1- million dollar richer after buying a winning ticket at convenience on the go on holland road in suffolk. additionally -- 2 other people are 50- thousand dollar tickets wealthier after buying tickets at local 7-eleven stores...the one in hampton, the other in suffolk. the next jackpot drawing is this
is expected to be more dollars. covering decision 20-16 this evening -- it's neck and neck in iowa between both the republicans and the democrats, according to the most recent nbc news - wall street journal marist poll. caucus-goers were asked about hypothetical general election match-ups.. hillary clinton leads donald trump by eight points .. (48-40) but bernie sanders leads trump by 13 points.. other republican candidates fare better against the democrats. senator marco rubio leads clinton by five points.. (47-42) he's tied with sanders. (44-44) we're just getting started here on wavy news 10 at 6 -- still ahead: life-saving measures -- how the fast actions of a little girl... may have saved her grandmothers life. plus - how low can they go - experts say the slide in gas prices will continue this year... but how low are they thinking gas prices
we have a 10 time saver traffic alert for you tonight along interstate 64. expect lane closures east and westbound between the lee hall exit and jefferson avenue exit starting tonight around 8 and going through 5 in the morning. this will happen each night this week at the same time. one travel lane will stay open to traffic at all times.
still ahead here at 6 -- live saving measures -- how the fast actions of a five year old girl -- saved her grandmothers life... sarai hernandez / saved grandmother c0003 1:59:03 "her didnt say nothing. then her didnt respond anymore i had to call me daddy." 1:59:09 why firefighters say -- they were delayed getting inside of the senior
a grandmother says her 5 year old granddaughter saved her life after she passed out. it happened this morning at the stone bridge manor senior apartments in norfolk. 10 on your side's matt gregory explains how the family says the little girl took matters into her own hands. the story is new at 6... the grandmother says she wanted to spend the weekend with her grandaughter. quality time for the two. if the 5 year old hadn't been there this morning, the grandmother isn't sure she still would be alive. lonzena hankins describes her 5 year old grand- daughter sarai hernandez as an old soul. lonzena hankins / grandmother c0013 2:18:10 "if she wasnt here and i had passed out, because i dont remember any of that, no telling what would have happened to me." 2:18:18 hankins says around 6 oclock this morning she felt her sugar dropping and tried to warn sarai. sarai hernandez / saved grandmother c0003 1:59:03 "her didnt say nothing. then her didnt respond anymore i had to call me daddy." 1:59:09 sarai found this cell phone and called her father. sarai hernandez / saved grandmother c0003 1:59:20"i had tell my
when i needed to do the amublance and get ambulance here very quick." 1:59:27 as quickly as they could norfolk rescue crews arrived at the stonebridge manor apartments. capt. wayne oporto/ norfolk fire dept. c0039 3:20:27 "we used the lock box key that the apartment provided for us and that didnt work on the door." 3:20:32 when family and rescue crews couldn't get inside. sarai's father called her back. jessica hernandez /mother of sarai hernandez c0004 2:06:51 "he said i need elevator, but i'll stay on the phone with you." 2:06:59 following his orders, sarai by herself went all the way through the apartment building to the front door to let in rescue crews. but with out sarai, he scary thought. 2:19:05 "i wouldnt, i 2:19: you heard rescue crews say they could not get into the senior living apartments. we did call apartment management, but the office is not staffed on weekends. tomorrow. matt gregory ten on your side. have you ever wondered how your loved ones will involved in a serious accident? people in virginia now
to tell your family or friends if that would ever happen. the virginia d-m-v is registering customers for ther emergency contact program -- it started this past week. you can give two contacts that's securely stored and available only to law enforcement. there are a couple of ways to sign up for the program -- to find out how go to wavy and here in hampton roads. triple-a says the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas is 1- dollar 96-cents. people in 10 states are paying less than a dollar-75 or less... including us here in hampton roads. according to gas buddy dot com -- the average price for a gallon of unleaded gas in our area is a dollar-74. even though, you can find some prices as low as a dollar-50 cents. if you think that's low - experts are suggesting gas prices may get as low a dollar a gallon in some parts of the country. the last time
tonight: clear and chilly. lows: mid-30s. winds: w 10-20 mph. monday: sunny skies. much cooler. highs: mid- 40s. winds: w 10 mph. tuesday: mostly sunny. a touch milder. highs: low-50s. winds: s 5-15 mph. no complaints about today - it was absolutely skies with temperatures gradually dropping back into the mid-50s by 9 pm. winds will stay up around mid-30s, but wind chills will be down into the mid-20s. you'll definitely want warm layers as you head out the door tomorrow mid-40s. at least we'll have abundant sunshine! we'll keep the sunshine going through tuesday. in advance of a cold front, winds will be back out of a little more cloud cover along with a slight chance of a few spotty flurries. it's a very slight chance for flurries, so don't expect any accumulations. most people will sleep right through it! expect much cooler conditions on wednesday with highs in the
a major snowstorm left some drivers stranded on roads in southern russia over the weekend. the storm forced russian emergency services and police to close roads near the border with kazakhstan. roads reopened today after the storm passed. this storm comes after a similar one last weekend that left one person dead. still ahead -- an unusual connection -- how a mexican drug kingpin on the run and an american actor linked up... and what's in store for the kingpin now
italian police say an american woman is dead after being found murdered in her apartment last night. officers say the victim is 35-year-old ashley olsen from florida. she had been living in florence for some time. police say olsen was found with her neck bruised and scratched. a friend of olsen's says is shocking. s/ amy / friend of ashley olsen :15 "i can't imagine a person who awful shock. we've got a great community here of people and everyone loved her." police say an autopsy
the extraordinary tale of joaquin "el chapo" guzman took a surreal twist late last night. rolling stone published an article saying the drug kingpin apparently gave a secret interview to actor sean penn while on the run. penn wrote that he met guzman face-to- face in the mexican jungle, along with a mexican film and television star who had been interested in making a film telling the fugitive's story. the interview supposedly took place in october. guzman escaped from a maximum- security prison in july. the drug kingpin was arrested friday. mexico plans to extradite him to the u-s where he's wanted on drug charges. still ahead -- a growing jackpot -- we'll tell you how high the powerball jackpot is expected to get this week... and --the golden night -- we'll preview what you can expect in the 73rd annual awards tonight on wavy
thanks for sticking with us -- talk about a sunny start to the second expect for the rest of the work week? tonight: clear and chilly. lows: mid-30s. winds: w 10-20 mph. monday: sunny skies. much cooler. highs: mid- 40s. complaints about today - it was absolutely skies with temperatures gradually dropping back into the mid-50s by 9 pm. will drop into the mid-30s, but wind chills out the door tomorrow morning! it'll be around 20 to 25 cooler on monday with highs only in the through tuesday. in advance of a cold the front swings through tuesday night, we'll see slight chance for flurries, so don't expect any accumulations. most people will sleep right through it! expect much cooler
with highs in the upper-30s. if you haven't checked your powerball lottery tickets yet - well - don't get your hopes up. for the 19-th time nobody won the big jackpot. here's a look at saturday's winning numbers -- tens of thousands of people won smaller amounts -- but not the big prize. the new jackpot is already more than a billion dollars.
florida with more on the historic jackpot. (nats) tonight's jackpot has climbed to a record breaking estimated 949,800,000 dollars turns out it these weren't lucky numbers for the millions of ticket holders who played an estimated 65 percent of all powerball fever ... just. got. even. hotter. after building for 2 months wednesday's jackpot will be at least one-point-three billion, that's billion with a b, a dream that lives on for across the country. millions of tickets being sold every hour. (nat mos) "you guys want to could get 4 thousand rolls royces to take 9 million friends to disneyworld and feed them 250 million cups of starbucks coffee. but it seems americans are a generous bunch: (nat mos) "charity give to family members i will give my 10 percent to church first i plan to donate to a couple of churches other big dream many people had while waiting in line for tickets.. (nat mos) "wouldn't have to work anymore" i'm gonna show up at work monday morning just to let em know its
the odds of winning are (nat mos) "wouldn't have to work anymore" i'm gonna show up at work monday morning just to let em know its my last day the odds of winning are one in 292-million. in oregon -- dozens of members from an armed group called the pacific patriot network showed up saturday at the malheur national wildlife refuge. that's where anti-government demonstrators took over the building more than a week ago.
the showdown-- (nats) captured on camera by a katu news photographer, lasted for just minutes. cars and trucks.. and began pushing reporters and photographers.. off the public road. (nats) "this is public land, back up, back up." for the last week, ammon bundy and his supporters have called home. the armed group said they were members of the three percenters of idaho, part of the pacific patriot oregon. (voice of brandi hawkins/ three percenters) "i can't speak to that particular incident, i don't know what transpired and who caused it, but i would say generally speaking, the attack on the world trade centers in 2001 -- and formed unofficially in 2011. according to protect american's civil rights against a tyrranical government. (nats) "we are lovers of our country... we are lovers of our constitution. that is what we fight for." a liaison for the bundy crew says the three- percenters showed up on they're in harney county to create open dialogue and to maintain peace. (nats) "this is not about the hammonds, this is not about the bundys, this is about a government who
the convoy of 3-percenters left the refuge saturday afternoon. a spokesperson for ammon bundy and his occupiers said they are inching closer to passing the so-called baton to the citizens of harney county. the united states deployed a b-52 bomber on a low-level flight over its ally south korea today following north korea's nuclear test last week. the b-52 was joined by two fighter planes over osan air base near seoul.
recent provocative action by north korea." north korean leader kim jong un maintained that wednesday's test was of a hydrogen bomb and says its a self-defensive step nuclear war. (--sot--) s/ cdr. terrence o'shaughnessy/ us combined forces and to maintaining stability on the korean peninsula, to include provided by our conventional forces and our nuclear umbrella." north korea's fourth nuclear test received international condemnation, but the u-s government and weapons experts doubt the north's claim the device was a hydrogen bomb. covering decision 20-16 tonight at 6....with just over three weeks to go before the iowa caucuses... a new nbc - wall street journal marist poll today shows democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a tight race.. and ted cruz gaining on donald trump. the two democrats are close in new hampshire too.. but trump is pulling away from all the other republicans in the
story. democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are poll. in iowa...clinton leads sanders 48 to 45 percent...while in new hampshire...the vermont percent. clinton is still attacking sanders for voting for a nra-supported bill a decade ago....giving legal protection to gun manufacturers. democratic candidate for "senator sanders voted with them and through this morning has been unwilling to join the president and me to say this has to be repealed." sanders says now...he's look. ((sot: senator bernie sanders / democratic candidate for president :42 - :54)) "when gun manufacturers sell guns into an area and know that those guns are going into the hands of criminals absolutely they should be held accountable." clinton is dismissing donald trump's latest family attacks...releasing pictures of former president bill clinton and monica lewinsky. but he's still going after the couple. ((sot: donald trump / republican candidate for president1:05 - 1:11)) "shes married to an abuser, a woman claimed rape and all sorts of things, horrible things." in this new poll...ted cruz leads trump by four points in iowa....but
news, washington. still ahead -- the big show -- who wins and who goes home empty handed? tonight -- the 73rd annual golden globe awards -- here on wavy tv.. we'll have a preview of what you can expect tonight. and -- the first book -- we'll tell you about when you can get pope francis' book -- and give you a little
expect inside of it. today catholics celebrated the traditional feast -- which they say is the day jesus was baptized. hundreds of pilgrims went to the jordan river in the west bank, where they held the ceremony. the spot is close to where the in christianity after the church of the nativity and the church of the holy sepulchre. orthodox christians will mark the feast next week at the same site. the first book of pope francis' papacy, will be released in 86 countries on tuesday. it draws on his views
of god is mercy" is a 100-page conversation with italian journalist andrew tornielli. throughout the book, francis refers to his encounters ministering prostitutes and prisoners in argentina. showing how encounters with society's outcasts shaped his view about faith and formed the bedrock of his papacy. still ahead -- the big show -- tonight marks the 73rd annual golden globe awards right here on wavy tv. we'll give you a sneak peak at what you can expect. at longhorn steak like this doesn't need anything else. which is why we don't just add, anything else. longhorn steaks that sizzle for $12.99. the new smoky bacon sirloin.
it's "go time" for some of hollywood's biggest names.... the 73rd annual golden globe awards are getting underway in a few hours beverly hills, california. that's where jinah kim is....along the red carpet. she joins us for a preview of this night, that honors some of tinseltown's top work from the past year. playing violins, mai'll
the golden globes are always free-wheeling.... nats "i haven't seen the tourist...who has?" and host ricky gervais is all about that. (sot ricky gervais / host, "the that unpredictability extends to the competition. (sot dave correspondent, fandango.com :21-:23) race." the 50's romance ing best drama....but it isn't necessarily the favorite. win by a hair. but the revenant could win, mad max could surprise everyone and win. it is a very, very tight race." the choice for best musical or comedy...could come down to two films you wouldn't describe as either. (sot dave karger / chief correspondent, fandango.com :48-56) "it's really a race between 'the martian' and 'the big short', which are arguably the two least comedic of the five comedic nominees." nats "and i'm here" sylvester stallone may provide another his legendary rocky balboa role in "creed". (sot dave karger / chief correspondent, fandango.com 1:08-1:14) "to have him come back in the same character in a globe race is sure to be full of surprises. jinah
amazing video from the big island of hawaii... a rockfall at kilauea (kill-ao-way-uh) volcano plunged into the lava lake at the halemaumau (haw-lay-mao-m ao)crater... it caused this impressive explosion. it happened early friday morning. volcano watchers say explosions like this happen more frequently when the lava lake level is relatively high. when the lava lake is high, rocks in the vent wall heat up, expand, and become unstable. that can cause big sections of rock to collapse. this explosion does not threaten any nearby communities. a little history: that volcanoes ongoing eruption started in
tonight: clear and chilly. lows: mid-30s. winds: w 10-20 mph. monday: sunny skies. much cooler. highs: mid- 40s. winds: w 10 mph. tuesday: mostly sunny. a touch milder. highs: beautiful with plenty of sunshine and highs in the upper-60s and low-70s. tonight, expect clear skies with temperatures gradually dropping back into the mid-50s by 9 pm. winds will stay up around 10 to 20 mph, so it'll will be down into the mid-20s. you'll definitely want warm layers as you head out the door tomorrow morning! it'll be around 20 to 25 cooler on monday with highs only in the mid-40s. at least we'll have abundant sunshine! we'll
through tuesday. in advance of a cold front, winds will be back out of the south, so a little more cloud cover along with a slight chance of a few spotty flurries. it's a very slight chance for flurries, so don't expect any accumulations. most people will sleep right through it! expect much cooler conditions on wednesday with highs in the upper-30s. why william and mary is a contender---and why virginia--who started the season fourth in the country--may not be at the moment-- and a very unlikely loss
season is the one to hand old dominion its first conference loss and to end its 5- game win streak--- odu got off to a good start---aaron bacote three gave the monarchs a 10- point edge--- but southern miss never went away----late first half---quint campbell as the shot clock expires---three pointer is good-- golden eagles led by 3 at halftime- trey freeman had 24---puts odu up 6 with 10 minutes left--- tie game with 2 minutes to go-- khari price---team high 20 points---eagles up 62-60--- then the dagger-- raheem watts---three pointer is good to put usm up five-- and odu loses for the first time in 6 games--- their first conference loss of the year--- 73-71 the final---a brutal stretch starting at home this week with uab--- william and mary is one of only five originial programs never to make the ncaa men's basketball tournament--- it's too early to start talking postseason just yet, but tony shaver's team may have shown they'll be in
yesterday's run away win over northeastern--- who came in as the top team in the colonial athletic association-- four tribe starters scored in double figures---led by omar prewitt---30 points for the junior on 10 of 13 shooting---3 of four from three--- he said afterward---he thinks he's had better games in high school--- terry tarpey---double double---11 points, 11 rebounds----tribe only led by 7 at halftime---led by as many as 24 in the second half--- on the way to a 78-60 win--- the william and mary women have never made the tournament either--one of just two programs----but they started the day 11 and 2---2 and 0 in the caa---off to their best start since joining division 1----taking on drexel today---career day for abby rendle---23 points for the sophomore from south lakes high in northern virginia---tribe needed a little more from marlena tremba--there for three---only 5 points for the team's top scorer----and they had no answer for drexel's sarah curran---career high 31
never led and lose 67 to 50----their first conference loss of the year--- virginia is the two-time defending acc regular season champion---but is likely to take a long drop from the nation's number four ranking after a 4 point loss at georgia tech yesterday---their first acc losing streak in two years---- as has been the theme all season---cavaliers not very good in the first half--- adam smith three ball---puts the hoos in a 15-point hole-- uva guard malcolm brogden---preseason acc co-player of the year---19 points---but only 8 of 20 from the field---1 of 9 from three---- cavaliers tie the game with 6 minutes left---marial shayok with the honors--- yellow jackets score 11 unanswered from there and go on for the win---- uva now 1 and 2 in the acc---they get 12th ranked miami at home on tuesday. college basketball today---indiana---home against ohio state---troy williams---nephew of boo
three----23 points for williams---hoosiers blow out the buckeyes----they've now won 9 straight games--and look out for williams--- and as you saw right here on wavy tv---a game that probably made you feel so good to be watching from the couch----vikings and seahawks----negative five degrees at kickoff---windchill of minus 25---- no touchdowns until the fourth quarter---russell wilson to doug baldin---vikings still lead 9-7---minnesota on the move later on---all pro back adrian peterson---stripped by kam chancellor from maury high in norfolk---seahawks took a 10-9 lead with a field goal---and 25 seconds---vikings with a 26-yard fiel goal---blair walsh----wide left---seahawks survive a wild one---they'll face
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