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tonight: light to moderate rain through 3 am. lows: mid to upper-40s. winds: e to nw 10-15 mph. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: upper-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph. sunday: partly sunny with a chance of isolated showers. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10 mph. we started with plenty of sunshine this morning, but now the clouds have taken over. rain will continue to spread north over the next few hours. your evening commute will moderate rain across the region. most places will pick up around an 1" to 1.5" of rain. i can't rule out a rumble of should be gone by 3 am, so saturday morning will be nice and dry. expect a mix of sun and clouds on weekend! however, a cold front will swing through on saturday, so behind that, it'll be cooler on sunday. sunday will sprinkles/light showers. highs will be back in the more seasonable mid-40s. after sunday, expect a series of dry days along with cooler temperatures
norfolk police k-9's soon to be equipped with an added layer of protection. all of the department's police dogs will receive a ballistic vest. this comes after a suspect killed a norfolk k-9 earlier this week. 10 on your side's joe fisher is live in the newsroom, and joe, this is all happening thanks to a celebrity donation. stephanie -- cnn's anderson cooper is scheduled to speak in norfolk next week. we've learned he'll now be donating his speaker fee to a local non-profit that raises money to buy these kevlar vests for police
((c569 25:40)) "i'm going to provide the best thing i can to keep dogs alive." it's a light-weight tool with the power to save lives. ((c568 22:34)) "it'll protect the k-9 from getting shot with any kind of handgun rounds." a ballistic vest -- giving k-9 handlers piece of mind and a leg up on the job. ((c569 25:00)) "this handle just allows you to lift him up if you have to throw him over a fence fund about a year ago, after his k-9 took a bullet for him in the midst of a gunfight overseas. he estimates there's more than 25,000 k-9's nationwide. many without protection. that includes norfolk's police dogs, like k-9 krijger -- a 4-year-old belgian malinois, killed monday by an armed suspect. ((c569 26:33)) "i knew kriejer and when i heard iw as really sad, mostly for his handler, because i know how that feels." a feeling like the loss of a family member. says hatch, who's now
spike's k-9 fund has donated vests and provided medical treatment to 32 dogs in 12 states. now, a big check from cnn's anderson cooper will pay for all norfolk's k-9's to receive the $2,200-hundred dollar ballistic vests. ((c568 23:13)) "it's unfortunate that we had it happen here just how important it is that we take care of them." the fast-moving, smart and brave four-legged heros often get put into harm's way. hatch says he's happy to be their advocate in giving them a greater chance at survival. ((c570 32:24)) "i feel good about it, it makes me feel like maybe repaid a little bit of what the dogs have given me and what the cops do every night, man." hatch each norfolk k-9 should be equipped with their personalized vest within a month. meantime, a private memorial service for norfolk's k-9 krijger will be held next
live in the newsroom, joe fisher, toys. all new at five-thirty - "we can do more" -- that's the message from attorney general mark herring -- in our nation's capitol today -- he was joined by the attorneys general from maryland and washington d-c - for a first of it's kind meeting to talk about strategies for reducing gun violence in the region. herring says too many families are touched by gun violence and he's committed to keeping guns from getting into the wrong hands. 3:33 we are all advocates for universal background checks -- out: out of the hands of dangerous people. 4:01 according to herring -- in 2014 - more than 26-hundred guns purchased in our
in our state was later used in states than 42-hundred crimes were committed that involved the use of a firearm -- that's up from the year before. checking headlines across the nation -- in hawaii -- the search is on right now for 12 marine helicopters collided off the coast of oahu. marine officials say there were six crew members aboard each helicopter. they are from marine corps base hawaii. the collision happened just before midnight -- during a training mission. there has been no word on what caused the collision. the coast with the navy and air force on search and rescue efforts. in maryland -- a grand jury indicted a man for conspiring with isis. investigators say 30-year old mohamed elshinawy told a friend he was preparing himself for jihad. the fbi tracked him for months after he began receiving thousands of dollars -- believed to be from the islamic state. 30-38 (u.s. attorney rod rosenstein) offered to recruit other
even discussed obtaining explosives and carrying out a violent act in the united states. the fbi first raided elshinawy's home in october. he was arrested in december. investigators say he used social media to interact with terror operatives. he first popped up on the fbi's radar after someone in egypt wired him money. in chicago -- a group of protesters frustrated with the mayor - gathered outside the city's annual martin luther king junior breakfast. (shame on you shame on you shame on you) dozens of pastors from throughout the city did not attend this year's breakfast -- upset of what they say is the mayor's role in covering up the police shooting of laquan mcdonald. outrage over police shootings in chicago has grown since the video was released showing mcdonald's shooting. he was shot sixteen times. mayor rahm emanual says the breakfast is not about him -- but about celebrating doctor king -- and his life's work. 37-53 (mayor rahm
because we will not be the city we need to be and can be unless we restore trust between our police and our communities..." one group -- the coalition for a new chicago - says the breakfast a betrayal of doctor king's legacy - calling anyone who accepted an invitation a sellout and a traitor. in atlanta -- a second suspect accused of robbing half a dozen jewelry stores across the south -- was due in federal court this afternoon. prosecutors claim over the course of nine months -- lewis jones and abigail kemp made off with more than four million dollars worth of jewelry from robberies in georgia, florida, tennessee and the carolinas. they were arrested outside of atlanta last week. kemp was in court yesterday. she was denied bond. a judge said she was a flight risk and a danger to the community. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - putting families first. why a bill making its way
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ten on your side with information that may impact your bottom line -- last month the federal reserve raised interest rates - and said there would be further "gradual" increases this year. that news sent a lot of consumers scrambling for the calculator to see what that'll do to their monthly budgets. that's because when interest rates go up -- it's reflected in credit card and home equity lines of credit. experts say consumers with adjustible rate mortgage loans -- scheduled to rest this year - can expect to take a big hit. 34-40 (sot/ greg mcbride / bankrate.com) "and if the fed has raised looking at a nasty
some good news -- when interest rates rise on credit, they also rise on what banks pay customers with savings accounts - just not as quickly. behind wages and health-care - paid sick leave is among the biggest points of contention this election cycle. even the president talked about worker protections during his final state of the union speech. the healthy families act is currently making its way through congress. it would allow workers to earn up to seven paid sick days per year. conservatives say -- if passed -- it will hurt small businesses. advocates say change is nessary: 1:44-56 (sot: ellen bravo, family values @ work exec. director) "we or a good child to your parent literally costs people their paycheck and often their jobs." while getting a bill passed in a republican controlled congress may be difficult - on the democratic side there's growing support for better policies nationwide. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty -
tonight new polls are giving us an idea just how close the race is for both democratic and republican presidential hopefuls. after a deabte thursday - republicans are back out stumping. meantime --democrats are gearing up for their first debate of the year this weekend. for a look at where things stand, here's ten on your side's national correspondent mark meredith. package trt: 1:36 out: i'm mark meredith 00:00-00:00 - gop candidates hit the trail after debate / cruz, trump trade jabs in south night's debate between seven republican front
for the white house is as numbers are falling in iowa" "im very angry, because our country is being run horribly" while donald trump and texas senator ted cruz traded plenty of jabs at each - the five other men on the main stage couldn't grab the momenteum they desperately needed. nat break former florida governor jeb bush got the best news of his week friday morning with the endorsement of south carolina senator lindsey graham. nats of endorsement speech "jeb bush is ready on day 1" but could graham's endorsement be too little too late for the bush campaign? poll reveal a national poll released this week shows bush way behind donald trump, ted cruz, and fellow floridian marco rubio. nat break "hey hillary, thanks for coming down" trading jabs for jokes - hillary clinton spent thursday night on the tonight show and this weekend is back on the camapaign trail - this time heading to south carolina
bernie sanders and former governor martin o'malley. 2nd fullscreen clinton's performance could be crucial to strengthen her lead in iowa - the latest polls show her only two points ahead of sanders - and well within the margin of error. on cam tag meanwhile the republican candidates are hitting the campaign trail hard this week with marco rubio, ben carson, and chris christie are heading to iowa. donald trump, john kasich,and carly fiorina are heading to the granite state - new hampshire. that's a quick look at where things stand in the race, in washington, im mark meredith. tonight: light to moderate rain through 3 am. lows: mid to upper-40s. winds: e to nw 10-15 mph. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: upper-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph.
a chance of isolated showers. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10 mph. we started with plenty of sunshine this morning, but now the clouds have taken over. rain will continue to spread north over the next few hours. your evening commute will be wet, so it may be a slower ride home. overnight, we'll be tracking light to moderate rain across the region. most places will banks, but it's not as likely in hampton roads. the rain should be gone by 3 am, so saturday morning will be in the upper-50s - beautiful start to the weekend! however, a cold front will swing through on saturday, so behind that, it'll be cooler on sunday. sunday will sprinkles/light showers. highs will be back in the more seasonable mid-40s. after sunday, expect a series of dry days along with cooler temperatures - highs ranging from the mid-30s to mid-40s. tonight: light to moderate rain through 3 am. lows: mid to upper-40s. winds: e to nw 10-15 mph. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: upper-50s. winds: w 10-15 mph.
a chance of isolated showers. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 10 mph. we started with plenty of sunshine this morning, but now the clouds have taken over. rain will continue to spread north over the next few hours. your evening commute will be wet, so it may be a slower ride home. overnight, we'll be tracking light to moderate rain across the region. most places will banks, but it's not as likely in hampton roads. the rain should be gone by 3 am, so saturday morning will be nice and dry. expect a beautiful start to the weekend! however, a cold front will swing through on saturday, so behind that, it'll be cooler on sunday. sunday will feature partly sunny skies along with a slight chance of a few spotty sprinkles/light showers. highs will be back in the more seasonable mid-40s. after sunday, expect a series of dry days along with cooler temperatures - highs ranging from the
federal investigators. our liz kilmer has late breaking details-- coming up. plus-- (15 3:44) ((this is the district office of congressman randy forbes now don't laugh about this but congressman randy forbes could run for congress in the second district because scott rigell isn't)) runs: 11 these stories and more when nicole and i see you
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new data shows women are waiting longer to become mothers. the average age of first-time new moms -- now 26. according to the centers for disease control -- who says the number has been on the rise for the last 15 years. back in 2000, it was just under 25-years- old. researchers say this is partly because there are fewer mothers under the age of 20. in fact, the teen birth rate has hit an all- time low. economic factors also play a role - with an increased number of women putting off motherhood for higher education or a career. this also impacts the population. having children later in life means fewer child-bearing years - and therefore - fewer children. one area of concern, doctors say older women having children increases a mothers risk of complications -like gestational diabetes, and passing on genetic defects. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - london landmarks are shining bright tonight. a first-time festival that's sure to outshine
germany - and australia. stay with us... wavy news 10 at 6 is next. we start at 6 with breaking news in chesapeake. a half dozen massage businesses across the city-- served warrants by police and the feds. only chopper 10 was over the scene of harmony massage on coastal way, as the bust was going on. it was much the same situation at 5 other businesses across the city. 10 on your side's liz kilmer is live outside one of the businesses off volvo parkway. liz? chesapeake police tell me at least 10 people are in custody - but have not been arrested or charged at this hour. here - we haven't seen much businesses across chesapeake take a look - chopper 10 overhead harmony massage on 117 coastal way - where we can see two women in handcuffs, placed into the sheriff's van.
massage parlors are being searched today by city police and homeland security investigations special agents. we're told it's the result of a year long investigation after officers received a complaint. 10 on your side crews went to several of the businesses today -- you can see investigators at pure massage on byron street - and at sunny spa on kempsville road. we're told investigators were checking permits - checking to see if anyone has been living in the businesses - and checking for city code violations - like engaging in inappropriate touching or human trafficking. the other locations searched: asian dream massage on live oak drive. and the parlor at 316 south battlefield. right now - police say there is no indication that these business are all connected. again - we're told at least 10 people are in police custody, being questioned but as far as we know right now - charges have not been filed at this point, no arrests have been made. we are working to get you more information. also tonight-- the day