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according to turkish officials. we'll have much more on this bombing coming up at 12:30. a scare for students and staff at a norfolk school this morning. lake taylor middle school had to be evacuated because someone called in a bomb threat. students and staff stayed in the gym at lake taylor high school while police looked for any signs of something wrong in the middle school. a school spokesperson says they alerted parents to the threat by phone and text. police are now trying to figure out who called it in. now it's time to get the first check of your forecast. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. those temperatures are pretty chilly and it's gonna get even colder tonight let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center.. rest of today: clouds start to roll in & warm. highs will be in the low/mid 50s. winds ssw 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. a few gusts to 30 near the shore. tonight: mainly cloudy with a few sprinkles or
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clearing skies late and cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds west 10- 20mph with gusts to 25mph. wind chills will be in the teens overnight. wednesday: mostly sunny. colder. highs will only be in the mid-upper 30s. winds w/nw 10-15mph. it's a nice & warmer day. southerly winds will help to bump the temperatures up into the low/mid 50s this afternoon. it will be breezy/windy with a few gusts up to 30mph possible near the shore. a strong cold front will move into the region this evening. it may bring a few sprinkles or even flurries, but there will be no impacts on our area. it'll be much colder tomorrow with morning temps in the 20s, but wind chill values will be in the teens. highs will only be in the mid-upper 30s in the afternoon despite lots of sunshine. temps will begin to moderate by thursday...with highs near 60 degrees by saturday. showers are possible saturday morning. there will be a system just offshore on sunday. we'll have to monitor to see if it changes track. stay
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breaking news about the powerball! the jackpot keeps going up! it's now at a staggering one- point-five billion dollars. and there's still a chance that number could keep going up! if you haven't got you tickets yet, you'd better hurry. you can expect those lines at the gas stations and convienece stores to be extremely tomorrow night's drawing! a navy ship is on its way to its new homeport in japan. 10 on your side was there when the u-s-s barry left naval station norfolk earlier today. the guided missile destroyer is swapping with the u-s-s lassen. the lassen will head to florida for a combat systems upgrade. the navy says the move is part of its strategy to secure peace, security, and stability in the asian-pacific region. the ship's captain, commander jennifer eason says the crew is ready. "(01-14:08) "it's been a long long summer getting
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families prepared, but a lot of them are excited to go they're learning a new language and being to travel and create new memories that last a lifetime" nearly 300 sailors are on the missile destroyer. we'll have more on the departure starting on wavy news 10 at 4. we've been telling you all morning - farm bureau live had a big announcement it was keeping secret. well now we know. the first announcement -- is that the ampitheatre will no longer be called farm bureau live! it is now known as veterans united home loans ampitheatre. the second announcement -- the first big show of the 20-16 concert season. the ever popular jimmy buffet will be coming to virginia beach on april 16th. get your calendar and mark this down....tickets go on sale january 22nd. political experts don't predict a lot of big goals to come out of the state of the union address tonight. it will be president obama's last state of the
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bit of a challenge. he's in his second term and has a year left in his presidency. that's not a lot of time to make legislative changes. and -- it means he could overpromise, and then not be able to deliver. that's why political analysts say instead of goals and promises, we'll hear about the bigger picture for the u-s. matthew dallek / assistant professor at that he haschampioned, and what has been the result, and then also what does he want to get done in his final year." the president is expected to outline domestic and international priorities that would build on what he's done in office. you can see what happens for yourself... the state of the union starts at 9 o'clock tonight. you can watch it right here on wavy-tv 10 or stream it live on wavy-dot-com. afterwards, south carolina governor nikki haley will give the republican response. now to politics here in the commonwealth -- the general assembly starts back up tomorrow. 10 on your side's erin kelly is on her way to richmond right now. she'll be breaking down everything from the
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to hampton roads. that will include transportation issues and sea level rise. look for her reports starting today on wavy news 10 at carolina of the coast guard has been temporairly relieved of duty. the coast guard says admiral stephen metruck relieved captain sean murtaugh. a spokesperson says it's because of loss of confidence in murtaugh's ability to command. captain reassigned to the 5th district in portsmouth for now. norfolk officers are talking about the bond that broke with the death of one of their police dogs. this is a big story we've been following since monday. police say 58-year-old keith richardson shot and killed their dog krijger. it happened during a standoff that started sunday night and went into the morning. we spoke with officer jake clark, a k-9 handler in norfolk. clark was not there for the situation on land street and couldn't comment on what happened. but, he introduced us to his partner, basco,
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the bond they share. editor: liz 10 pkg :12 - :22 officer jake clark - norfolk police dept. "we day. and then when we go home, we go home together. that builds a bond that's (sot is partially under vo) 1:20 - 1:27 "to lose any that no one can put into words." the nofolk police department posted a message about on its facebook page. it said in part: "he served n-p-d for three years and faithfully gave his life to protect ours. rest in peace, krijger. your work is done, but never forgotten." a department spokesperson said there will be a service for krijger, but they have not announced plans yet. police say they fired back at richardson after he shot krijger. richardson is still in the hospital. he was in critical condition and the hospital won't release an update. but police say the suspect is expected to live. police say this all started with a domestic dispute. officers went to the home on land street. a little before 1:30 monday morning,
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krijger to arrest richardson, but officers say he shot the dog. richardson's neighbor -- on the other hand -- says it was all self defense. gene strickland, neighbor/witness :53 - 1:14 "they'd already busted into his house. he was trying to make sure his dogs were taken care of and they were ok.he managed to get one of them and put into his car. he was trying to get dogs on him. when he went down and the dog was all over him, that's when he took the gun and shot that dog. it was totally in self defense there. richardson faces abduction and gun charges. we've also learned he worked as a manager and firearms instructor at bob's gun shop in norfolk. a shop owner said richardson wouldn't be able to work there again, because of the serious charges. a newport news school is closed so workers can remove lead paint. administrators say workers at hilton elementary school were stripping old paint monday when they found lead- based paint. they stopped working and brought in cleaners and performed air quality tests. they started cleaning the old paint
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still working on it today. hilton will stay closed until air tests are back to normal. administrators will let parents know when it's safe for students to come back. police say two men robbed students at odu. officials say 21-year-old antoine royster and 20-year-old kahlia jackson, of portsmouth, robbed students at old dominion university, saturday. we had originally reported royster was a student at norfolk state, but a school spokesperson says he is not registered at n-s-u this semester. the pair reportedly had handguns when they demanded personal items from the victims. it happened just after 4 in the morning, in a dorm parking lot near killam avenue and 43rd street. officials say o-d-u suspects within 10 minutes. we spoke to a student who says staying safe on campus is about being cautious. sots c7 ashleigh hicks - odu senior 15:21:16 "i do and i don't, i take the proper precautions, i don't do anything to put myself in harm's way, so it's just a matter of like, your mental state, don't do anything you shouldn't
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safety." the two suspects are in jail. they face armed robbery and conspiracy charges. today -- you can learn more about a new project meant to help with traffic problems in hampton roads. v-dot is hosting a meeting to update you about the i-564 intermodal connector project in norfolk. the connector will go from i-564, through naval station norfolk, and to the norfolk international terminals. the goal is to ease traffic and get trucks off city streets. the information meeting is tonight at sewells point elementary school at six. the address is on your screen. members of the project's design-build team will be there to answer questions. still ahead - a family of four dies when their house explodes. what firefighters are still trying to figure out. another school takes a degree away from bill cosby. plus - what's happening in his court case. also still to come -- dogs in prison. we'll show you how they are helping inmates.
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out of control on airplane. it all happen. and - we'll get a look at
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forecast. someone stabbed three people to death, including two young kids -- in ohio. two of the victims were and eight. this is video of ambulances and medics at the scene in columbus. witnesses describe is as grisly. police say a person of interest in the killings went to the hospital with injuries. detectives are trying to figure out what led up to the murders. and three people are in the hospital because somone stabbed them while they were shopping at a goodwill in alabama. wintesses say a man with a knife came into the store and started attacking one of his victims, before he started attacking two employrees. but a good samaritan in the store says teaming up with several other people put a stop
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ramundo says: "he went to lunge at him with two knives and all three of us jumped on him. and unfortunately two more- the other two employees police arrested the suspect. the extent of the victims injuries aren't known. four people died when the exploded. this happened in northfield, ohio, which is south of cleveland. fire investigators say the dead are a family of four. an explosion around 8:30 last night. a witness says he saw the fire shoot about 30 feet into the air. fire investigators are trying to figure out what caused the house to explode. police in california shoot and kill a man after he lead them on a chase. police say it ended after the man hit another car with his car. police have not said much about what happened. there is still no word on what lead to the chase or why the officer decided to shoot. a witness who was working nearby shares what she saw. (mirabell romero, witness) "i heard some shots, like six-seven shots. i was working in
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come out by the balcony and i saw one of the police officers pointing at two cars, the ones that crashed right there." --butted to-- (lt. anthony vairo, san interview all of the parties involved, including the officers that were involved in the shooting, then we'll have more information for you." police have not released the name of the driver, but say he was in his 50s. the two people in the car he crashed into went to the hospital. a judge denied a motion by jesse matthew's lawyers to throw out evidence taken from his apartment. matthew is charged in the 20-14 abduction and murder of u-v-a student hannah graham. his attorneys accused police of misleading a judge to get a search warrant for his apartment. the judge rejected the motion, saying there was just cause for a search. it was also revealed in court that a bloodhound picked up graham's scent in matthew's car and that the dog tracked her scent to a contruction mulch pile in charlottesville. matthew's attorney will be back in court on january 21st to try to have other evidence
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another univesity is embattled comedian bill george washington univesity has taken away degree. the schools says the made there decsision in light of quote "renewed distress" who are survivors of sexual assault. in october, the university said that it degrees. dozens of women have accused cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them over the last four decades. meanwhile, his attorney's are trying to get the sexual assault dropped. drivers up north are dealing with some awful road conditions. the evening commute last night in minneapolis could be considered dangerous. snow and high winds made drving extremely hard. the highways in the twin cities metro area looked more like a parking lot. minnesota state patrol reported more than 170 crashes, and that backed up traffic for iles. and those condidtions are not expected to improve for today.
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track) rest of today: clouds start to roll in & warm. highs will be in the low/mid 50s. winds ssw 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. a few gusts to 30 near the shore. tonight: mainly cloudy with a few sprinkles or flurries possible. then clearing skies late and cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds west 10- 20mph with gusts to 25mph. wind chills will be in the teens overnight. wednesday: mostly sunny. colder. highs will only be in the mid-upper 30s. winds w/nw 10-15mph. it's a nice & warmer day. southerly winds will help to bump the temperatures up into the low/mid 50s this afternoon. it will be breezy/windy with a few gusts up to 30mph possible near the shore. a strong cold front will move into the region this evening. it may bring a few sprinkles or even flurries, but there will be no impacts on our area. it'll be much colder tomorrow with morning temps in the 20s, but wind chill values will be
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only be in the mid-upper 30s in the afternoon despite lots of sunshine. temps will begin to moderate by thursday...with highs near 60 degrees by saturday. showers are possible saturday morning. there will be a system just offshore on sunday. we'll have to monitor to see if it changes track. stay
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up next on midday - inmates are getting some friends. when we come back, we'll program that is designed to help prisoners adjust to life after they get out. plus - a bomb goes off and kills nearly a dozen people in istanbul.
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a sherriff's office in wisconsin hosts a program that pairs shelter dogs with jail inmates. lauren winfrey explains how the initiative known as "a new leash on life" helps inmates get a fresh start. (sot: jeff ulleweit, inmate) "she looked like she gained some weight since she left. yea...." jeff ulleweit is talking about bella -- a former shelter dog who was the first to find a new home. (sot: jeff ulleweit, inmate) "definitely when they get adopted, that's the best. we just had four puppies like six weeks ago, and that was a lot of fun, four at one time." (nats) "sit... sit..." jeff along with a few other selected inmates works to train and care for former shelter dogs at the dane county jail work-release center. (sot: jeff ulleweit, inmate) "oh, it's great. you learn a whole bunch. you know you have to put yourself in the dog's position to know how they're thinking and why they think that." the program started almost a year ago and since then has helped eight dogs get adopted.
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humane society) "the outcome has just been phenomenal of the support that they've had to rescue the dogs and to give them a second chance. " a new leash on life pairs pets in need with people in need. allowing the dogs a better chance to be trained and socialized. (sot: brett frazier, humane society) "we have hundreds and hundreds of dogs who come through our shelter every year. a lot of those dogs are adoptable when they come to us, and that's great. some dogs though need a little bit of extra help." the dogs are provided by the humane society. volunteers from the badger kennel club visit the jail to help with training. (sot: brett frazier, humane society) "here at the jail, the sheriff, the staff, the inmates --they are those people who care. and that's making not just a big difference for our shelter, but for these individual dogs. " frazier says training the pups gives the inmates a purpose -- that's something he hopes they carry with them when they're no longer behind bars. we are following breaking
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norfolk. 10 on your side just confirmed more layoffs at b-a-e systems. a company spokesperson says 530 employees are going to be laid off within the coming months. the layoffs are going to happen on or around march 18th. more than 400 employees lost their jobs at b-a-e in 20-15. breaking news about the powerball! the jackpot keeps going up! it's now at a staggering one- point-five billion dollars. and there's still a chance that number could keep going up! if you haven't got you tickets yet, you'd better hurry. you can expect those lines at the gas stations and convienece stores to be extremely long leading up to tomorrow night's drawing! a scare for students and staff at a norfolk school this morning. lake taylor middle school had to be evacuated because someone called in a bomb threat. students and staff stayed in the gym at lake taylor high school while police looked for any signs of something wrong in the middle school. a school spokesperson says they alerted parents to the threat by phone and
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police are now trying to figure out who called it in. a lot more to get to in the next half hour -- but now it's time to get a look at your forecast. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... rest of today: clouds start to roll in & warm. highs will be in the low/mid 50s. winds ssw 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. a few gusts to 30 near the shore. tonight: mainly cloudy with a few sprinkles or flurries possible. then clearing skies late and cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds west 10- 20mph with gusts to 25mph. wind chills will be in the teens overnight. wednesday: mostly sunny. colder. highs will only be
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winds w/nw 10-15mph. it's a nice & warmer day. southerly winds will help to bump the temperatures up into the low/mid 50s be breezy/windy with a few gusts up to 30mph possible near the shore. a strong cold front will move into the region this evening. it may bring a few sprinkles or even flurries, but there will be no impacts on our area. it'll be much colder tomorrow with morning temps in the 20s, but wind chill values will be in the teens. highs will only be in the mid-upper 30s in the afternoon despite lots of sunshine. temps will begin to moderate by thursday...with highs near 60 degrees by possible saturday morning. there will be a system just offshore on sunday. we'll have to monitor to see if tuned. an explosion killed at least 10 people and injured 15 others in a
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tourists. and we are learning turkey thinks the person responsible was with isis. nbc's richard engel reports from istanbul. there's not a tourist in the world who's been to istanbul and does not know this spot. this is the heart of touristic istanbul right between the blue mosque and hagia sophia. a witness told us that around ten-thirty this morning, he came out of the mosque and heard an explosion, rushed over saw bodies on the ground, people were screaming. the tour groups that were here, the school groups that were here began to leave the scene.e.he tourists went back to their hotels, sheltered inside. the restaurants in this area, the cater to the tourists, they all closed their doors. people inside as police came and tried to search the area set up a cordon. (sot/ voice of translator/ murat manaz/ came back to the hotel. there was chaos. everybody was running somewhere." no official claim of responsibility yet. there
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the president of turkey says that it is believed at this stage... (on cam) s/ richard engel/ nbc news/ istanbul, turkey :58-1:05 "that a syrian suicide bomber was responsible for this attack. richard engel, nbc news, istanbul." newport news police have arrested the man they say was shot during an attempted robbery at a metro p-c-s. we're told he's also connected to crimes in hampton. sylvester lipscombe now faces charges for the newport news robbery and well as multiple charges for robbery in hampton. police say lipscombe robbed the metro p- c-s on j. clyde morris blvd on decemeber 23rd. five days later police say he tried to rob the same store again - but an employee shot him. we're working to find out more about the hampton charnges. look for updates on wavy dot com. a navy ship is on its way to its new homeport in japan. 10 on your side was there when the u-s-s barry left naval station norfolk earlier today. the guided missile destroyer is swapping with the u-s-s lassen. the lassen will head to florida for a
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the navy says the move is part of its strategy to and stability in the asian-pacific region. the jennifer eason says the crew is ready. "(01-14:08) "it's been a long long summer getting our families prepared, but a lot of them are excited to go they're learning a new language and being to travel and create new memories that last a lifetime" nearly 300 sailors are on the missile destroyer. we'll have more on the departure starting on wavy news 10 at 4. we've been telling you all morning - farm bureau live had a big announcement it was keeping secret. well now we know. the first announcement -- is that the ampitheatre will no longer be called farm bureau live! it is now known as veterans united home loans ampitheatre. the second announcement -- the first big show of the 20-16 concert season. the ever popular jimmy buffet will be coming to virginia beach
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calendar and mark this down....tickets go on sale january 22nd. political experts don't predict a lot of big goals to come out of the state of the union address tonight. it will be president obama's last state of the union -- which makes it a bit of a challenge. he's in his second term and has a year left in his presidency. that's not a lot of time to make legislative changes. and -- it means he could overpromise, and then not be able to deliver. that's why political analysts say instead of goals and promises, we'll hear about the bigger picture for the george washington university "talking about where the country is, and the kind of policies that he haschampioned, and what has been the result, and then also what does he want to get done in his final year." the president is expected to outline domestic and international priorities that would build on what he's done in office. you can see what happens for yourself... the state of the union starts at 9 o'clock tonight. you can watch it right here on wavy-tv 10 or
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wavy-dot-com. afterwards, south carolina governor nikki haley will give the republican response. now to politics here in the commonwealth -- the general assembly starts back up tomorrow. 10 on your side's erin kelly is on her way to matters to hampton roads. that will include transportation issues and sea level rise. look for her reports starting today on wavy news 10 at 4. new at midday -- the commander of sector north carolina of the coast guard has been temporairly relieved of duty. the coast guard says admiral stephen metruck relieved captain sean murtaugh. a spokesperson says it's because of loss of confidence in murtaugh's ability to command. captain murtaugh will be reassigned to the 5th district in portsmouth for now. a newport news school is closed so workers can remove lead paint. administrators say workers at hilton elementary school were stripping old paint monday when they found lead- based paint. they
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brought in cleaners and performed air quality tests. they started cleaning the old paint yesterday, and they're still working on it today. hilton will stay closed until air tests are back to normal. administrators will let parents know when it's safe for students to come back. a chesapeake man will spend 14 years in prison for his role in a deadly bar fight. his family calls that sentence shocking and unfair...while the victim's family says it's justice served. 10 on your side was in court when a judge sentenced ronnie cisko. cisko got 10 years for the death of chuck setchel. and four more for a probation violation. cisko admitted he killed setchel during a fight in 2014 at zino's restaurant and bar. in court, cisko apologized and said he didn't mean to kill setchel. the judge said he understood that, but went with a higher sentence, because of cisko's long, violent criminal history. 2 supers (6) 10:06 forever, i don't think there will be another one
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this way the man has a history will be behind bars for a long period of time. butt (5) 4:55 he's a very good person and was just trying to be back out in society and do the right things. butt and cover with surv vids (5) 5:19 it was clearly an accident, something that shouldn't have happened. it wasn't his intention for that to happen. investigators say the two men were fighting over a football game. the medical examiner says setchel died because his head twisted when cisko hit him, which caused an artery to tear. we have new information, about a recent burglary in virginia beach. detectives e-mailed us these pictures of the suspect. they say he broke into the citgo gas station on diamond springs road back in november. investigators say he got away with more than $800 dollars worth of things. they believe he's between 18 and 22 years old. if you know who he is, call the crime line. a norfolk temple now has some closure -- after a woman pleaded guilty
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thousands of dollars. 10 on your side has been following temple israel's case for months. in court this week -- leslie bradner admitted to taking more than $60 thousand dollars from the synagogue. bradner was the bookkeeper at temple israel in norfolk for 16 years. she left the job in 2014. a couple months later an outside auditor noticed the missing money. the judge decided to suspend her jail time because bradner's father paid the money back to the temple. "she was employeed with the temple for 16 years and everybody got to know her she was a member of the temple family and it is a real tragedy not only for the temple but for her and her family" bradner got a 4 year sentence but the judge suspended it. she also needs to do 250 hours of community service. court documents show bradner took the money to help pay bills. today -- you can learn more about a new project meant to help with traffic problems in hampton roads.
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meeting to update you about the i-564 intermodal connector project in norfolk. the connector will go from i-564, through naval station norfolk, and to the norfolk international terminals. the goal is to ease traffic and get trucks off city streets. the information meeting is tonight at sewells point elementary school at six. the address is on your screen. members of the project's design-build team will be there to answer questions. there is a new champion of college football. in case you missed it last night, the university of alabama is once again top dog in the college football world. head coach nick saban led his crimson tide to a 45 to 40 win over clemson, ruining the tigers chance at a perfect season. heisman trophy winner and crimson tide running back derrick henry rushed for 158 yards and three touchdowns, including the final score to win the game. it's alabama's fourth title in seven years. saban now has five total, trailing legendary head coach bear bryant, who has six.
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isis attacks a mall in baghdad. we have the details of what exactly happened. plus - a rowdy passenger taken off the plane in hadcuffs. we'll hear from a passenger as to what lead to this, plus - we're on your side
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super doppler 10 forecast isis is claiming responsibility for an attack on a mall in baghdad.
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more are injured after a car bombing and shooting. after setting of the carbomb at the entrance, gunmen went into the mall and started shooting. several buildings and vehicles are badly damaged. isis put a statement online after the attack, saying four isis fighter carried out the attack. the terror group says it picked the mall as a target because it is a place shiite muslims gathered. they also warned of a bigger attack in the future. meanwhile, iraq's defense ministry released new video showing iraqi fighter jets performing airstrikes on isis targets. a statement released along with the video says the jets killed many terrorists and destroyed equipment. isis fighters still control many parts of northern and western iraq. a new movie based on the escape of "el chapo" has had an unexpected boost in publicity after he was recaptured last week. the movie "el capo: the escape of the century" is scheduled to open in mexico friday. this comes just days after the arrest of joaquin guzman, the movie presents an
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hypothesis of the reason behind guzman's arrests. the director is saying this is a fictional account. the movie will be released in 105 theatres throughout mexico. today marks the sixth anniversary of the deadly, devestating earthquake in haiti. the magnitude-seven quake hit haiti the evening of january 12, 20-10. the earthquake was centered just fifteen miles away from the capital, port-au- prince. accounts of the death toll vary, but some reports say more than 315- thousand people died. more than 60-thousand people are still homeless because of the earthquake. the mother of the so-called "affluenza teen," is out of jail. she was able to post bond after a judge lowered it. the bond for tonya couch was initially set at one-million dollars. but the judge lowered that to $75- thousand at a hearing yesterday. she will now have to wear an electronic monitor on her ankle. couch is accused of helping her son get out of the country to avoid a probation violation hearing that could have led to jail
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tonya couch will now undergo a mental exam because her lawyers say she can't go on trial becaus of mental illness. more than 80 whales are stuck off the coast of india. take a look at this video. you can see several beached whales. a top governement official says the whales began washing up on shore yesterday evening. he said rescuers have managed to get 36 of the mammals back out to sea, but the appear to be disoriented, and some of then found their way back on the beach. the offficials added that short-finned pilot whales travel in groups, and the abscence of a leader confuses them. a car in missouri was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and a sinkhole ended up swallowing it. it happened early yesterday morning. police say a water main break caused flooding on the road, and eroding. crews closed off the street to stop the traffic, but it was too late for one driver, as the water quickly pooled around her car, and eventually the pavement gave way. she wasn't hurt. but workers eventually filled the hole and
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a man gets arrested at miami's airport after allegedly causing a disturbance in mid-air. the man is accused of shoving a flight attendant. witnesses say they heard the passenger arguing with the attendant, using four language. authorities say he went to the back of the plane, and that's where a a sky marshall held him until the plane landed. you're looking at cell phone video captured by a witness. the passenger sitting next to the man says a bottle of booze fell out of his pocket when he got up. young says: "we see that he was arguing with people around. he was using bad language and then the stewardess came and he was very rude to them." (reporter: "so when he got up, what fell out?") tequila.i don't know." the man is due to appear in court sometime today. some drivers in southern california got a huge surprise yesterday when a small plane landed on the road the were on. the plane made the landing on highway 23,
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police say drivers had to swerve so the didn't hit the plane. the f-a-a says two people were on the plane but nobdy was hurt. the plane was pushed out of the way so traffic could keep going. it is not clear why the plane landed or where it was even going. (weather anim - with track) rest of today: clouds start to roll in & warm. highs will be in the low/mid 50s. winds ssw 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. a few gusts to 30 near the shore. tonight: mainly cloudy with a few sprinkles or flurries possible. then clearing skies late and cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds west 10- 20mph with gusts to 25mph. wind chills will be in the teens overnight. wednesday: mostly sunny. colder. highs will only be in the mid-upper 30s. winds w/nw 10-15mph. it's a nice & warmer day. be breezy/windy with a few gusts up to 30mph possible near the shore.
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move into the region this evening. it may bring a few sprinkles or even flurries, but there will be no impacts on our area. it'll be much colder tomorrow with morning temps in the 20s, but wind chill values will be in the teens. highs will only be in the mid-upper 30s in the afternoon despite lots of sunshine. temps will begin to moderate by thursday...with highs near 60 degrees by possible saturday morning. there will be a system just offshore on sunday. we'll have to monitor to see if it changes track. stay tuned. up next on midday - a new
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n-f-l quarterback. my constipation and belly pain have my stomach feeling all knotted up. i've tried laxatives... but my symptoms keep returning. my constipation feels like a pile of bricks... that keeps coming back. linzess can help. once-daily linzess treats adults with ibs with constipation or chronic constipation. linzess is thought to help calm pain-sensing nerves and accelerate bowel movements.
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do not give linzess to children under 6 and it should not be given to children 6 to 17. it may harm them. don't take linzess if you have a bowel blockage. get immediate help if you develop unusual or severe stomach pain especially with bloody or black stools. the most common side effect is diarrhea, sometimes severe. if it's severe, stop taking linzess and call your doctor right away. other side effects include, gas, stomach-area pain and swelling.
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an artist is looking to break the world record for a series of murals across several buildings. roberto mamani and his team of 40 painters want to break the record for the height and size of the murals. the paintings will span seven 12 story buildings and more than 65-hundred square feet. they are going to be painted on a set of buildings being used for housing project. mamani and his team hope to be their paintings soon. brewers in denver and indianapolis have teamed up to create a new beer. it's inspired by a common connection between the two cities. north denver's "factorum" brew house and indianapolis's "tow yard" brewery are joing "oatmaha." the name is inspired by manning's "omaha" play call. the brewers are making the beer in denver, where manning currently plays. they'll also release it in the indianapolis area, where manning played for more than a decade. brewmasters are hoping
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bruns says: "we are originally from indiana. we like this quarterback quite a great deal...we thought it would be cool to take brewers from all of the places where he has played football and make 1 beer." brewmasters say the success of the beer will depend on whether manning can lead the broncos to a win over the pittsburgh steelers sunday. they also say they are holding a six-pack for beer. as we told you earlier -- the powerball is now at one-point-five billion dollars. but -- most lottery signs around the country don't go that high. so, georgia lottery officials came up with a solution. here's video of a crew placing a giant sticky not on a sign in atlanta. that changed the "m" in "million" to a "b." the change came with plenty of fanfare, which included armed guards and a display of cash. the next powerball drawing is tomorrow night at 11. if you win and choose the
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