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general loretta lynch delivered the keynote speech. she says the department of justice is still working to ensure every citizen has the right to vote. 28-45 ( loretta lynch / part by promoting trust and strengthening the relationships between law enforcement and the communities we all serve, and we are playing a leading role in this administration's effort to reform our criminal justice system." lynch says the department is working to reduce recidivism. she says programs distributed 53-million dollars in grants under the "second chance act" to ensure people who leave the criminal justice system have the "ability and right to go home." president obama was in louisiana today -- for his second post "state of the union" stop. he visited about a thousand high school students in baton rouge -- where he got a chance to talk more about a new national effort to cure cancer. ( noelle ) "my name is noelle, and i'm in fourth
old, and do you think there's gonna be a cure for cancer?" ( president obama) "well, there you go! are you interested in math and science?" ( noelle ) "a little bit." ( president obama) "a little bit? well, i tell you what. it's going to be young people like you that are going to help cure cancer, so you better study up on your math and study up on your science." --butted sot-- ( president obama ) "it probably won't be cured in my lifetime, but i think it will be cured in yours." during his state of the union speech on tuesday -- president obama announced that vice president joe biden would be put "in charge of mission control" to lead what's being called a "moonshot" to cure cancer. you may recall - biden lost his son -- beau -- to cancer just last year. we're learning more about how ten american sailors ended up in iranian waters earlier this week -- defense secretary ash carter says it appears a navigational error
boats to "stray accidentally." they were picked up in the persian gulf. iranian television aired video of a sailor it identified as the commander - apologizing. the pentagon says the video appears to be authentic but says it's not known if the crew was under duress. the navy has given no indication that the sailors were injured or mistreated. the obama administration has emphasized that washington has not apologized. in washington -- plans are under way to tear down a mansion where four people were killed. the multi-million dollar home was listed for sale "as is" -- but experts say because it was a murder scene -- it would be hard to sell. a man and his wife, along with their son and a housekeeper were held captive for roughly 18 hours last may. after receiving a 40-thousand dollar ransom, the suspect set the house on fire. when houses with a "history" go on the market, they're often referred to as "stigmatized" properties. in atlanta -- a 24 year old woman accused of robbing jewelry stores across the
a judge denied abigail kemp bond -- saying she is a flight risk and a danger to the community. kemp is accused of teaming up with another man and robbing half a dozen jewelry stores over the past nine months. the pair were arrested last friday outside of atlanta. it's likely additional charges will be filed in other states where the robberies happened. seven people were killed -- 20 were hurt -- in a suicide attack in indonesia. among the dead -- all five attackers. it happened in the capital city of jakarta -- not too far from the presidential palace and the u-s embassy. police say the attack outside a starbucks was similiar to the recent attacks in paris. the attackers carried guns - and grendades and wore suicide belts. police say they were affiliated with isis. isis is claiming responsibility for the attack. ten detainees have been transferred from the guantnamo bay prison in cuba -- to oman. bringing the prison population there to 93. it's the first time the number has dropped below one-hundred since 20-02. in his final state of the union on tuesday -
reiterated his argument for closing the prison, saying it's a waste of taxpayer money and inflames anti-american sentiments. did a drug lord's obsession for an actress help lead to his capture? authorities in mexico say el chapo let his guard down -- and that's how he got caught. officials intercepted instant messages between joaquin guzman -- and actress kate del castillo -- helping them track the kingpin down. a senior government official said one reason guzman left his mountain hide- away was because he was desperate to set up another meeting with the actress. del castillo has promised to give her side of the story -- in due time. tonight the remaining republican presidential candidates - will gather in south carolina for their first debate of the new year. with just over two weeks to go until voting begins - time is running out to reach undecided voters. ten on your side's national correspondent mark meredith has a look at tonight. package trt: 1:37 out: i'm mark meredith 00:00-00:10 - mark meredith / washington
away - tonight's debate in charleston is one of the few remaining chances candidates have to try and gain momentum for feature the fewest candidates we've seen so far. pkg nats of eye of the but it's the candidate himself who's got his eye on the prize heading into the election. will share the stage for a debate in tonight trump along with six other leading g-o-p attention remains on donald trump - today it's texas senator ted cruz - the frontrunner in iowa - who's facing tough questions over allegations his campaign failed to properly disclose loans in past elections. cruz sot here "those loans had been disclosed over and over and over again, if it was the case they weren't rubio, governors chris christie and john kasich, ben carson, and jeb bush are also eager to raise their poll numbers. the latest data shows both cruz and trump remain at least ten points ahead. nat break of rand paul two people you
stage tonight - kentucky senator rand paul and former h-p ceo carly fiorina, their poll numbers were too low that fox business netowrk says they we're invited instead to an undercard debate. mark on cam tag tonight retired resignation of his fundraising chairman - just the latest shakeup in his campaign. reporting in washington i'm mark meredith. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - have you looked at your cell phone bill lately? you may want to give it a second look -- after customers report record-high
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just when you thought cell phone companies were becoming more customer-friendly- they keep finding ways to get you. a new survey found overage charges - already at record highs - are up yet again. according to a survey nearly one in five cell phone customers reported paying overages during the past six months. but a-t-&-t continued to lead all of its rivals -- with 28 percent of customers saying they were charged for overages. as for the others -- it was 20 percent of verizon customers, 12 percent of t-mobile customers and five percent of sprint customers. that's up across the board from a survey in october -- which showed overages were at record levels. parents and health conscious consumers can breathe a sigh of relief . discount grocery store chain aldi says it's getting rid of candy in the check out aisle. the company says it's going to put healthier fare like trail mixes, granola
its place. aldi plans to lanes in nearly 15-hundred stores by the end of the year. aldi is not getting rid of candy. it plans to move it to another part of the store. other chains including wal-mart have also announced they are revamping their checkout aisles. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - tools to tackle those new years resolutions. thirty - tools to tackle those new years resolutions. how you can shrink your waistline - and your wallet - at the same
council members - is being called unconstitutional. last fall, a majority won in prohibitting council members from discussing closed session items with the public. and earlier this week -- the city dished out its first violation notice. 10 on your side's joe fisher is live in the newsroom with more on the policy and the controversy. joe. anita, stephanie -- this policy has many questioning transparency in portsmouth government. councilman bill moody fined 15- hundred dollars for talking about a closed session item. he tells me tonight he wants his money back. and one first ammendment lawyer tells me --- he deserves his money back. ((c562 53:57)) "when this first got passed. did you see this happening." "i could see the potential for it." waving $1,500 bucks in the air -- councilman facebook followers before a meeting in early december. ((c563 3:55)) "i had $1,500 in which i paid the fine, i had
saying i am not going to be muzzled. and that this $1,500 is for any future violation." in two days, supporters raised nearly $2,000 to cover the penalties. bryan scannell, who started the fundraiser, says it's dissapointing the public has to pay for transparency. ((c564 11:7)) "i think a lot of people are angry about the way portsmouth government is operating. they don't feel as though our representatives are keeping us informed about what they are doing." ((c563 6:13)) "i am overwhelmed by the response. people that i know, people that i hnever met weighted in on the issue. i was totally floored by the quick response, which tells me people do want transparency in the government." in fact, transparency is required by law -- and the open meeting acts. and while council can legally go fine for those who speak out. :35 "is it
"it doesn't seem like it could be conceivably constitutional for a city council to impose a fine on somebody for doing nothing more then giving the public a head up about what is going to be says he's already reached out to the a-c-l-u for guidance, because he wants his money back. come after me, because they don't have the authority to enforce fines for making them angry." moody vows to be transparent with the to be very vocal when it's being violated and i'm beoing muzzled and i'm being fined." i did reach out to the city attorney, as well as the city manager and mayor today for their view on the legality of the rule. they have not returned my call. but the city treasurer confirms he received moody's payment of $15- hundred dollars. live in the newsroom, i'm joe
tonight: mainly clear. lows: upper-30s. winds: sw 5-10 mph. friday: increasing clouds with rain developing after 3 pm. highs: upper-50s. winds: se 5-10 mph. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. slight breeze. highs: mid-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph. it was a beautiful day across hampton roads with temperatures gradually dropping back into the mid-40s by 9 pm. overnight, the mercury will fall back into the upper-30s. we'll start with some sunshine tomorrow morning, the clouds will gradually fill in by midday. rain will start to spread across the region after 3 pm, so your evening commute will be wet. despite more clouds and rain developing, temperatures will manage to warm into the upper- 50s. the rain will continue from friday night into early saturday morning....and by early, i mean before 7 am. saturday looks dry now - we'll be tracking a mix
highs in the mid-50s. for the past couple of days, we have been this system farther out to sea, so i've dropped the chance of showers/flurries on sunday. instead, expect partly cloudy skies with highs in the mid-40s. we'll continue to monitor each model run and tailor the forecast as needed. tonight: mainly clear. lows: upper-30s. winds: sw 5-10 mph. friday: increasing clouds with rain developing after 3 pm. highs: upper-50s. winds: se 5-10 mph. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. slight breeze. highs: mid-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph. it was a beautiful day across hampton roads with plenty of sunshine with highs in the mid-50s! this evening, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures gradually dropping back into the mid-40s by 9 pm. overnight, the mercury will fall back into the upper-30s. we'll start with some sunshine tomorrow morning, the clouds will gradually fill in by midday. rain will start to spread across the region after 3 pm, so your evening commute will be
temperatures will manage to warm into the upper- 50s. the rain will continue from friday night into early saturday morning....and by early, i mean before 7 am. saturday looks dry now - we'll be tracking a mix of sun and clouds with potential storm system for sunday. our latest model runs are taking this system farther out to sea, so i've dropped highs in the mid-40s. we'll continue to monitor each model run and tailor the
what starts with deadly double shooting-- winds the suspect himself up in the hospital-- shot by police. we have the latest on this story at 6. plus-- a closer look at the arrest of portsmouth's mayor. was a felony charge just enough or over the top? some expert opinion on the latest scandal for city government-- when nicole and i see you for wavy news 10 at 6--
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you can slim down your wallet -- and your wasteline. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - a unique ice sculpture -- getting a lot of attention along lake erie -- is no more! how crews managed to set this frozen car -- free! next. and at 6-- how a traffic stop suddenly turned the day upside down at two local schools. we're in the air and on the ground for
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a car -- encased in ice for days -- has finally been freed! this happened in hamburg new york -- along lake erie. the owner of the car parked it there sunday afternoon. by monday morning -- it was encased in ice. today - a company came out and using 350 pounds of calcium was able to free the car from its icy shell. stay with us... wavy news 10 at 6 is next. announcer: now, from the station on your side. this is wavy news 10. tom: gunfire takes down two people in a van, but it is not stop there. nicole: police were forced to open fire on the suspect. tom: it has been a busy day for police in two cities. nicole: starting in newport news, police had to investigate
wickham avenue on the east end. blocks away. tom: chopper 10 shows the began. the suspects remain in the hospital as the police put together the deadly chain of events will stop nicole: matusz live with the latest. the hospital. the other is still only run of police investigate how and why people were shot in the van. a witness saw it all happen. in the middle of the day, in the middle of wickham avenue, police found two men shot to death inside this silver van.