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into a double murder investigation. on top of that, police shot a suspect they say was trying to get away, 14th street and wickham avenue in newport news. they found two men shot to death in a van there. then a witness told police someone was trying to get away. officers found and shot the suspect-- after a confrontation on roanoke avenue. 10 on your side's liz kilmer joins us with new information tonight. liz? tom, nicole - we know now that suspect is expected to survive - he was shot at by officers, and struck in the abdomen and the shoulder. but now the search continues for a second suspect - who witnesses saw also fleeing the accident scene - where this chaos all began. trt 1:16 jim bradley - :23 lives near scene ofc. holly mcpherson - :49 newport news police chopper 10 flew over newport news, capturing what started as a crash report- and turned into a homicide investigation. c4 judy dickens 01:08:22
truck on wickham ave, near 14th street - were two bodies - men, shot to death. c0021 jim bradley 13:46:50 "when i come back to go home, the street is blocked. i figured it was somebody that just had an accident. when i get in people tell me there's been some shootings. shocked." police arrived around 11 am - a witness told officers two men had fled the area. one of those suspects was found -armed - soon after in the 13-hundred block of roanoke ave. an officer and sgt. fired shots, striking him. the suspect was taken to the hospital - the officer, and sgt, not hurt. c23 ofc. mcpherson 13:51:10 "we are looking for a possible second suspect we have a very vague description a black male with blue jacket." a witness - who did not want to be identified - told 10 on your side the two fleeing suspects had initially been inside the van - but police have not confirmed that. the search for the suspects forced four nearby schools on lockdown until about 1 p-m. folks in the community say - enough is enough. c4 judy dickens 01:08:28
on, something's got to give." as with all officer-involved shootings - both the officer and sgt have been placed on administrative leave. both were wearing body cameras, but we're told that video won't be released at this time. live in newport news, liz kilmer, 10 on your side. police plan to update us on both investigations tomorrow morning. 10 on your side will have special coverage of the news conference, and we'll stream it online. a story breaking in newport news tonight where police are investigating another homicide. we just learned the victim is a 59-year-old newport news man. police say friends found him dead in his home on erin lane just before six this evening. that's near the intersection of 72nd street and jefferson avenue. they say she had trauma to his body, but they couldn't say exactly what kind. we'll let you know as soon as we have more information.
the loose tonight. the search for him, forced two schools on the peninsula to lockdown. chopper 10 flew above thomas nelson community college and o-d-u's peninsula higher education. this started as a state police traffic stop on i-64. they say a man, reportedly wanted by police, ran away toward the campuses. as troopers looked for him, students tell us they were stuck waiting for the all-clear. c2 04:07 yeah we thought there was an armed assailant just running through the school, the campus and stuff we were just going whatever it took to get out of there alive really (runs :09) police charged the driver for speeding-- and another passenger for having marijuana. we are still working to get a description of the man who ran away. days after a suspect shot and killed a norfolk police k-9, a local charity says it's making his death part of a national campaign. they say it's already getting some celebrity support -- virginia beach based spike's k-9 fund says c-n-n's anderson cooper has donated
ballistic vest campaign. they say his donation will provide vests for all k-9s in norfolk as well as some other cities in hampton roads. police plan to honor krijger with a funeral next week. chief meteorologist don slater has been watching the weather for signs of trouble, and he's finding it all over the place. don, what kind of trouble are you seeing and will it affect us directly? 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. tonight: mainly clear. lows: upper-30s. winds: sw 5-10 mph.
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. congressman scott rigell says he won't seek re-election, when his term expires next year. the republican has represented the 2nd district for five years. he says he's proud of what his team has accomplished, including reducing discretionary government spending.
with the decision he made with his family. u.s. rep. scott rigell (r) 2nd district c0040 - accomplished in these last five years and what i'm convinced we can do in this next year, in the sixth year, that's closure for me 506 rigell recognized the military in the district -- and gold star families -- who have lost loved ones in service to the country. before becoming a congressman, rigell was the founder and chairman of freedom automotive. the top republican candidates running for the white house -- took the stage for another debate tonight. it gave voters another chance to hear from the contenders before the iowa caucuses. before santorum participated in an undercard debate. absent from the stage there: rand paul, who refused to participate. donald trump will be back in our area next month. the republican presidential candidate plans to speak at regent university in virginia beach. this is video from his rally at the
norfolk last year. trump will take part in the "presidential candidate forum." the forums kicked off with fellow candidates jeb bush and ohio governor john kasich. the bomb and arson squad are investigating a deadly plane crash in middlesex county. state police say they were checking a device on board, used to deploy parachutes. one person died when the plane went down this afternoon. troopers could not tell us about the victim or cause. we'll let you know as soon as we have an update. breaking news from japan. at least 14 people died, and 27 others were hurt when a tour bus crashed. it was on its way to a ski resort, when it slid down a mountainside and fell off a cliff. 41 people were on board including two drivers, taking turns. there was no snow or ice on the road at the time. isis has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in indonesia -- since we broke the story last night, local reporters now say police have arrested three men in connection with the
explosion nats top of pkg the islamic state posted about the violence in jakarta on social media. seven people died, including five attackers. 20 people were hurt. a navigational error caused two navy boats to stray into iranian waters, according to the defense secretary. iran detained ten sailors earlier this week. they were safely released less than a day later. secretary ash carter says they were trying to figure out their mistake when the iranians picked them up. new tonight. the crew of the coast guard cutter dependable returning to j-e-b little creek fort story after more than a month at sea. the crew helped enforce fishing laws across the northeast and mid- atlantic. new tonight. governor terry mcauliffe has announced a new deal, for in virginia. nasa has contracted orbital a-t-k to launch resupply missions from its
on the eastern shore. the rockets will carry supplies to the international space station. the contract comes more than a year after a rocket exploded launching from wallops island. no one was hurt, but the blast damaged the spaceport. mcauliffe says everyone involved has come a long way since then, and the contract shows wallops island is open for business. the next launch is scheduled for may or june. even though no one sold a jackpot- winning powerball ticket in virginia, a local 7-eleven sold a million-dollar winner. someone bought the ticket from the store on lynnhaven parkway in the salem neighborhood. a handful of winning tickets for smaller prizes sold at other stores across hampton roads. we still haven't heard who will claim last night's one-point-six billion dollar jackpot. stores sold three winning tickets: in melbourne beach, florida, munford, tennessee, and a third in chino beach, california. the jackpot winners overcame odds of 1 in
we continue to follow the inspection sticker arrest-- that turned into a felony charge against portsmouth's mayor. why a local lawyer says the charges sought by the sherriff-- won't stick. a warm up is underway for some sea turtles in virginia beach. how experts are getting them ready to go back out into the water. a man faces charges tonight after police say he let more than 100 hogs live in disgusting conditions. the update to our story from last
tonight portsmouth's mayor faces a felony charge for eluding police, but is it the right charge? we've been telling you about the confrontation between mayor kenny wright and sheriff bill watson, since tuesday. watson tried to stop the mayor when he noticed an expired inspection sticker on his car. the sheriff says mayor wright refused to stop-- and led him on a slow- speed chase. an attorney tells 10 on your side, "felony eluding" is normally reserved for high- speed chases. he does not believe it applies here. "(sot) super=tim anderson/attorney 01=1:02:20 "i suspect the magistrate heard evidence from the sheriff that he felt that he was endanger by the mayor driving off
at a very slow speed" we tried to contact the mayor again today, but he didn't get back to us. his first court date is scheduled for january 29th. the portsmouth city councilman who was fined for discussing city business, says the community is helping him pay. tonight one lawyer tells us bill moody was the victim of an unconstitutional rule the council created last year. 10 on your side's joe fisher spoke with moody today -- ((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 bill moody publically paid a fine this week for discussing a closed session item with his facebook followers before a meeting in early december. ((c563 3:55)) "i had $1,500 in which i paid the fine, i had $1,500 in my right hands 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
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 people do want transparency in the government." in fact, transparency is required by law -- and the open meeting acts. and the city can't impose a fine for those who speak out. :35 "is it constitutional." on somebody for doing nothing more then giving guidance, because he wants his money back. come after me, because they don't have the transparent with the public, even if it means getting cited over and over again. joe fisher
clouds. slight breeze. highs: mid-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph. tonight: mainly clear. lows: upper-30s. winds: 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. tonight: mainly clear. lows: upper-30s. winds: sw 5-10 mph. friday: increasing clouds with rain developing after 3 pm. highs:
10-15 mph. 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. 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
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virginia beach police have arrested the man they say kept an illegal hog farm. gary morris senior faces animal cruelty and other charges tonight. late last month, officers say they found more than 100 hogs living in deplorable conditions near salem road and winston avenue. animal control officers took the hogs and found them new homes. the virginia aquarium
eleven cold-stunned sea turtles. its mostly caring for kemps-ridley turtles, and there's a green one. they help marine animal experts care for turtles coming from the new england area. the stranding response team says the shape of the land makes it difficult for them to swim south to warmer waters, before they get too cold. their environment -- that's when they end up getting cold stunned. if you see a struggling turtle this winter, call the stranding response team right away. they say it may appear dead at first, so you should call no matter what. old dominion puts it's home court winning streak on the line, and has its
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winning streaks are hard to extend, especially when the competition is tough. old dominion was looking to extend the nation's 4th longest home winning streak tonight--against the best team in confrence usa. the defending champions, alabama birmingham. i'm bruce rader, win streaks are nice, but confrence wins are more important. and it dosen't get any bigger than tonight's game against red hot alabama birmingham, who hadn't lost a game since november. and uab looked to have this in a bag, taking an 8 point lead into the second half and stretching that lead
game went on. it looked like the streak was going to come to an one. freeman, the star of the team, the step back jumper, and uab's 11 point lead had dwindled to just 3. then freeman, from the other side, buries the jumper, a 13-0 run for the monarchs, odu with a 2 point lead with 2 minutes to go. then with 30 seconds in regulation, odu down 2.. off the miss, denzel taylor gets the rebound and the putback to tie the game at 57 and we head to overtime. monarchs, in overtime, down 2, freeman, with three of his 28 points, and the monarchs are back up by 2. then uab answers right back, sophmore william lee, connects on the three from the corner, alabama birmingham up by one, and here's how the game
a heartbreaking loss, and a tough way to end the 32 game home win streak, but uab has to be one of the toughest teams odu will face this year. 72 to 71 the final, they host middle tennessee at the ted on saturday big win for william and mary. the tribe win on the road over the college of charleston 63 to 61, it was william and mary's 4th win in a row. coach tony