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this will affect anyone driving on the western freeway. portsmouth police are on the scene of a deadly accident in the westbound lanes, at the towne pointe road exit. it's been closed since about 3:30 when the call came in. investigators say two vehicles were involved -- and one person died at the scene. again -- 164 westbound is closed at the towne pointe road exit. we'll let you know when that changes -- and when we get any more information about the crash. it's been a busy morning in the wavy newsroom, and we've got a lot more news ahead.... but we also need to talk about winter weather on the way. let's send it over to meteorologist deitra wintry mix! today: mid morning to early afternoon showers. snow mixing in for the northern and western portions of the southside. highs in the low 40s (warmest in the am). wind: nnw 15-20mph. tonight: very cold with clearing skies. lows in the 20s. but wrap around moisture & upper-level energy will help to create a small window for showers today...in the form of a cold rain for the south side. there could
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accumulations (less than an inch). the best chance for this will be settles in. so, plan on a very cold dr. martin holiday. the morning will start with 20s with but warms into the upper system closely because it could be another one to bring wintry weather. stay tuned. deitra and the rest of the super doppler 10 weather team will be tracking these conditions all day. we also found out -- hampton
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deitra and the rest of the super doppler 10 weather team will be tracking these conditions all day. we also found out -- hampton roads cities are ready to go, in case anything sticks to the roads. this is video of virginia beach's public works winter fleet. a spokesperson told 10 on your side they've been ready for winter weather
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got 3 thousand tons of salt and sand mix. drivers are ready to get out on the roads, but it all depends on what mother nature brings. what it is. i mean if its treating roads. when you get three inches of snow what kind of precipitation we are getting and what the temperatures are." :00:10:33 lankford says if any snow sticks -- they'll hit roads connected to the interstates first, as well as areas near police and fire stations and hospitals. spokespeople for all other southside cities and the peninsula say they also have salt and sand ready and plans in place to deal with the weather. look for updates on weather conditions all day on wavy-dot-com....and this evening, with meteorologist ashley baylor starting on wavy news 10 at 6. new this morning -- we're working to find out more from virginia beach police about a shooting. dispatchers say one person was shot -- and their injuries might be life-
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court by windor oaks boulevard around 2:50 this morning. we're calling and emailing police to get more information. as soon as we know more, we'll bring it to you on com. police are looking for three suspects in an armed robbery. portsmouth police say three men wearing masks robbed a dragon city chinese restaurant delivery driver yesterday. it happened on towne point road. officers say the three walked up to the delivery driver and robbed him at gunpoint. police in virginia beach are investigating two armed robberies of tonight. dispatchers say the first was on pacific avenue near 24th street happened 10 minutes later and three blocks away on 27th street. police haven't released information about suspects. also in virginia beach -- police are looking for the person who robbed a junior market on south lynnhaven rd. it happened saturday morning just before 11. dispatchers did not say if the suspect was
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if you have any these robberies -- police ask you to call the crime line. norfolk's community leaders want 20-16 to be different. they say the city's 33 homicides in 2015 is too many. 10 on your side was there marched from lafayette park monument saturday. their message is that it's time to stop violence. ((c13 59:15)) "where's the positive things. where are we out here celebrating lives. we're always having to bury someone." organizers say they've held marches like this before. coming up in our next half hour of news -- you'll hear why they don't plan to stop any time soon. we're learning more today about a deal between secretary of state john kerry and the iranian government. kerry announced yesterday iran will release five american prisoners. he also announced a landmark nuclear deal with iran. kerry says iran met its obligations to the u-n atomic watchdog. he has ordered the nuclear-related u-s
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against iran be lifted. kerry spoke about it in vienna, where he met with iran's foreign minsiter yesterday. s/ john kerry/ secretary of state :14 "to get to many - and i do mean many - people doubted would ever come to pass." included in the prisoner release is washington post journalist jason rezian ). he spent more about a year and a half in iranian prison on espionage charges. in return for the american prisoners, the u-s granted clemency to seven iranians. the president of iran went on tv in his country to talk about the sanctions being lifted on his country. he praised the deal, but also says there are still american "hard-liners" and "extremists" looking to undermine it. virginia senator tim kaine weighed in on the nuclear deal and the release of the prisoners. he said in part: "today is a good day for international security. significant, concrete
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to ensure that iran cannot create or acquire a nuclear weapon. additionally, the news that iran is releasing four american prisoners is additional evidence that america can often accomplish with diplomacy what it cannot accomplish with isolation. here's a live look outside with tower cam 10. it looks pretty calm now, but that could defintely change today. we'll have the latest on the potential winter blast with deitra's full forecast. plus, two men arrested on terrorism charges in virginia. we'll tell you where authorities say they were headed. a virginia beach politician announces a run for congress. 10 on your side got more
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virginia beach delegate scott taylor discussed his bid for u.s. congress today. speaking to supporters at keagan's irish pub in town center at his first public appearance since making the announcement yesterday. taylor who is an entreprenuer and former navy seal says he's proud of his work to advance legislation on small business, education and veterans services. with this announcement, taylor says his run for lieutenant put on hold. ((c53 17:18-17:28)) "i know that right now this in terms of economic issues that affect and are important to the families in the congress." the current state delegate is running for congressman scott rigell's second congressional district seat. rigell said earlier this week he will not seek re-election. the second district covers the eastern shore and virginia beach. that could change under a current redistricting plan being
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supreme court. starting at noon - people can enjoy their favorite virginia wine at the coastal virginia wine fest at the virginia beach convention center. the wine fest includes live entertainment. people can enjoy specialty foods, arts and crafts and a grape stomp competition. the event runs tomorrow from noon to 5pm. and of course, for the details on this and many events across hampton roads - go to hr scene dot com. we're on your side this winter-- making sure your family has something to keep you warm and dry. our coats for families drive has provided coats for more than three- thousand people this season. we've been collecting new and gently used coats since november. yesterday was the final distribution day. we want to thank our community sponsors and you for donating. up next, people in a city where a water crisis is happening are getting federal help. we'll hear from a famous native of that
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we are learning more about the people killed in the terror attack in burkina faso. one of the victims is an american. 45-year-old mike riddering of florida was working as missionary in the country. officials say he was waiting for some other missionairies to get to a restauruant when gunmen showed up and started shooting. at least 27 people died. friends say he worked at an orphanage with his wife about 60 miles from where the attack
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president barack obama responded to michigan governor rick snyder's request for federal aid. the president signed and emergency declaration to get help for the city of flint, which is in the middle of emergency management agency to provide water filters and other supplies for 90 days. flint can also get up to five-million dollars in federal funding. the city has been in crisis since high amounts of lead were discovered in tap water. documentary filmmaker michael moore was born in flint. he came back to his hometown to insist president obama visit the city when he comes to michigan next week. he also says the executive order isn't enough. s/michael moore/filmmaker :29 "upon reading the executive order, it does not go far enough. it is only for 90 days. it's only for bringing more bottled water to flint. city has been destroyed. it has been destroyed by the governor of this state. pure and simple." moore also asked the u-s attorney general to
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governor snyder, saying he knew about the toxic water. several federal agencies are investigating what lead up to the crisis. people in california held a protest over the porter ranch gas leak that started in october. residents in granada hills rallied outside a high school where officials held a public hearing about the situation. nearly three-thousand residents were forced to relocate from the area after many became sick from the fumes. residents are calling for governor jerry brown to have to facility that is the source of the leak shut down. officials are calling this the worst envioronmental disaster in the country since the b-p oil spill six years ago. two people died after a fire ripped through an apartment building in alabama.
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handing off a baby. the baby and its family were able to make it out of the burning apartment. crews say they had to take out a cinder block family. watching everything happen, and before she knew it, she was being handed kids, it really affects when i first got home, i of course seen my two children and i just wanted to hug 'em and love on 'em." eight people had to go to the hospital. the two
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today: mid morning to early afternoon showers. snow mixing in for the northern and western portions of the southside. highs in the low 40s (warmest in the am). wind: nnw 15-20mph.
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clearing skies. lows in the 20s. monday: mainly this morning, but wrap around moisture & upper-level energy will help to create a small window for showers today...in the form of a cold rain for the immediate atlantic coast even be some minor accumulations (less than an inch). the best chance for this will be from around 10am through a very cold dr. martin it'll be mainly sunny). it remains chilly most of the week, but warms into the upper 40s by friday. system closely because it could be another one to bring wintry weather. stay tuned. it is a big weekend for preisdential candidates
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it is a big weekend for preisdential candidates for both parties. the democrats who are having a debate tonight.
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before you watch several republican candidates went to the south carolina tea party convention in myrtle beach. that includes front-runner donald trump. however, this time the crowd wasn't as accepting as we have seen at trump events in the past. in fact, he was even booed by the crowd while he was criticizing fellow candidate, senator ted cruz. s/donald trump/(r) presidential candidate the hell you want, and bank loans, excuse me, didn't report his bank loans? (boos) say whatever you want, he didn't report bank loans, it's ok, he didn't report his bank loans. cruz was also at the event. he talked about the release of the americans held captive in
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glad the americans are coming home, but is blasting the obama administration for giving up us held prisoners. he believe that trade, plus iran holding 10 american sailors earlier this week shows weakness. you notice that the obama still coming out but from what we understand, we're releasing 7 people and there are another dozen or more who there is a false moral equivalence in a deal like this. applause the event will continue this weekend and will have appearances
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governor mike huckabee, dr. ben carson, and carly fiorina. the most notable candidate skipping the event is marco rubio. tonight, the democratic front runners will take the stage for their first debate of 20-16. most will have their eye on both hillary clinton and vermont senator bernie sanders. the debate will be hosted by n-b-c in charleston, south carolina. last night, clinton, sanders, and other presidential hopeful martin o'malley attended a fish fry in charleston. before they sat down to eat, they all took to the stage and took jabs at
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(hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) insulting people all the going to let donald trump economy that works for all of us not just a handful of billionaires." you can catch that debate starting at 8 tonight right here on wavy tv 10. we continue to follow breaking news out of portsmouth. 164 is blocked in the westbound lanes near the towne pointe road exit because of a fatal crash. we'll have the latest on what you need to
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this will affect anyone driving on the western freeway. portsmouth police are on the scene of a deadly accident in the westbound lanes, at the towne pointe road exit. it's been closed since about 3:30 when the call came in. investigators say two vehicles were involved -- and one person died at the scene. again -- 164 westbound is closed at the towne pointe road exit. we'll let you know when that changes -- and when we get any more information about the crash. it's been a busy morning in the wavy newsroom, and we've got a lot more news ahead.... but we also need to talk about winter weather on the way. meteorologist deitra tate, who's tracking a
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today: mid morning to southside. highs in the low 40s (warmest in the am). wind: nnw 15-20mph. tonight: very cold with low pressure pushes off the se coast this morning, but wrap around
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upper-level energy will south side. there could with 20s with highs only tuned. with the chance of that wintry mix -- cities across the area are on standby -- and say they are ready to go
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the roads. 10 on your side's matt gregory gives us a look at how virginia beach is preparing for the weather. roads, don't let the calm weather fool you. drew lankford / virginia beach public works c0011 we have had have come at season - so far. over in drew lankford / virginia beach public works c0011 9:41 "we've been tons of material ready if we need it." 9:52 ten on its trucks gassed up and 11:36: "what we try to do major arteries coming off
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secondary roads that feed weather. drew lankford / rain and sleet and a little bit of snow then or more then we put the evening, with meteorologist ashley baylor starting on wavy news 10 at 6. new this morning -- we're working to find out more from virginia beach police about a shooting. dispatchers say one person was shot -- and their injuries might be threatening. it happened on glen willow court by windor oaks boulevard around 2:50 this morning. we're calling and emailing police to get more information. as soon as we know more, we'll bring it to you on the
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two men are in a virginia jail facing terrorism police charged 28-year-old joseph hassan farrokh and 25-year-old elhassan after farookh allegedly tried to travel to syria to join isil. officers arrested farrokh at richmond international airport friday afternoon. he was trying to get on a flight to chicago. officials say from there he was to fly to amman, jordan and then to syria. police say elhassan drove farookh to richmond. they arrested him when he returned to woodbridge - in northern virginia. if convicted, each of the men face a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. rescuers have expanded their search for the 12 marines missing off the coast of oahu. the marines went missing after the helicopters they were in apparently crashed into each other. the coast guard says they have expanded the search to eight miles out to sea. the marines were on a training flight when the crash happened. the marine corps officially identified the 12 missing getting involved in a
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glitch- that left many worried - they were without health insurance. about 25-thousand blue cross blue shield customers in north carolina reported not reciving insurance cards on time, and were unable to verify coverage or submit payments. the insurer now says 94-percent of those customers were accurately enrolled. and that the company is wokring to fix the problem. the north carolina department of justice sent blue cross and blue shield a letter asking what went wrong. a woman is very lucky she wasn't standing a few steps in front of her. the incredible crash. plus, a mother calls police about bullying. but, then she gets her kids taken away from her. more on this bizarre story. but up next, citizens of a hampton roads city march against violence.
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a crowd of people marched -- advocating for safer neighborhoods in norfolk yesterday the homicides last year. what organizers say is 33 too many. while they don't know why it keeps happening -- organizers say they're devoted to at least trying to make their communties safer places to call home. 10 on your side's joe fisher has the story. kimberly wimbish/activist ((c13 57:19)) "we just want to stop the violence chanting. posters demanding equality. a simple message to put the again -- because their message is apparently not resonating. kimberly wimbish/activist ((c13 59:15)) "where's the positive things. where are we out here celebrating lives. supporters hoping to turn things around -- fueled home being silent. this is not the time to be than 100 people walked from lafayette park -- the civil rights movement -- wimbish says it'll "we can still take that legacy and that history safer communities, she says, involves teaching kids right from wrong and involving them in positive acitivities. a stronger relationship with police is important, too. ((c13 58:22)) "why not come together and
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they have now. reporting in norfolk, i'm joe fisher, 10 on your side. up next -- a follow-up to the death of an american
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up next -- a follow-up to the death of an american tv producer abroad. what authorities in
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we can now show the resort and river where the body of a t-v news producer was found. family and friends are mourning the loss of anne swaney. she was found in this river
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morning. the 39-year-old was an executive producer for a-b-c seven in chicago. she was supposed to go on a horseback riding expedition, but volunteered to stay behind when the group was short one hourse. when the tour returned, they noticed swaney was gone. they later found her body in the river, with bruises and cuts. an investigation is underway to try to find out exactly what happened. a car crashes right into a gas station in sydney. a car crashes right into a gas station in sydney. and suveillence cameras caught the whole thing. you cna see the car blast right through the front of the store. the car just misses a woman who was walking inside. the crash started a gas leak. store workers helped get the people inside the car out to safety. they were taken to the hospital. police are trying to figure out what caused the accident, and if the driver was drinking. more video is being released from a raid on one of "el chapo's" hideouts. this is video from a raid by the mexican navy in escape from prison. mexico used marines to hope to trap guzman there. this raid
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they were hot on his trail, as he left several items behind. guzman was recaptured last friday and is now back in the same prison he originally escaped from. history is made in taiwan. voters in that country elected their first female president. her supporters took to the streets and celebrated after her win was announced. she is the leader of the opposition party, and they are in power for the first time in eight years. the new president was educated in the u-s and says america is a residents. searcher and rescue teams a missing ski instructor california. snowmobiles and other skiers have been searching all over the sugar bowl ski resort for carson may since friday morning. police say the search started after one of his come home from sking thursday. as day three of the search. the search area has expanded boundaries. hunt says: "it was whiteout conditions on
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hunt says: "all the friend could tell us is got home. and when he morning, carson wasn't here." police there say they have done 10 searches for missing skiiers since the morning, carson wasn't here." police there say they have done 10 searches for missing skiiers since the season began. all of the skiers in those searches have been found alive and well so they are still hopeful they will find may alive. a woman in florida claims her son is being bullied at school. but, when she told police, all of her children got taken away from her. angela flatt says she called investigators after her son got off the school bus with burnt hair. she says he told her a boy at school burned his hair with a lighter. however, both the superintendent and the sherriff's office say the evidnece doesn't back that claim up. so deputies removed the kids from the home. the sherriff's office says it's not the first time the department of children and families has investigated
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wells says: "it's just they've been removed for the time being." flatt says: "i know i that.'" flatt says: "do i my cup of tea." the department is still
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today: mid morning to early afternoon showers. snow mixing in for the northern and western portions of the southside. highs in the low 40s (warmest in the am). wind: nnw 15-20mph. tonight: very cold with clearing skies. lows in the 20s. monday: mainly sunny and cold. highs in the mid 30s. an area of low pressure pushes off the se coast this morning, but wrap around moisture & upper-level energy will help to create a small window for showers today...in the form of a cold rain for the immediate atlantic coast & a wintry mix or light snow for the northern & western portions of the south side. there could even be some minor accumulations (less than
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chance for this will be from around 10am through around 3pm. otherwise, this system moves out...and arctic air settles in. so, plan on a very cold dr. martin luther king jr. holiday. the morning will start with 20s with highs only in the 30s (at least it'll be mainly sunny). it remains chilly most of the week, but warms into the upper 40s by friday. more rain is possible friday night into saturday...and we'll be watching this system closely because it could be another one to bring wintry weather. stay tuned. up next, some babies are showing some support for the hometown team ahead of a big playoff game. we'll take a look at what
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people in brazil are getting ready for one of their biggest celebrations. more than 1,000 people were out on the streets getting ready for carnival. in the days leading up to neighborhoods throughout rio de parades. the 20-16 carnival officially kicks off february fifth, and goes for five days. usually right after babies are born, they are either dressed in blue if they are a boy, or pink in they are a girl. but this weekend, it's much different in denver. the mayor declared friday "orange friday" to support the broncos in the playoff game against the
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at this hospital were all decked out in broncos gear for the day. a local group of knitters made sure every little one had an orange hat to people in brazil are getting ready for one of their biggest celebrations. up next, some babies are showing some support for the hometown team ahead
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we'll take a look at what they are doing in denver. this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids
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people in brazil are getting ready for one of their biggest celebrations. more than 1,000 people were out on the streets getting ready for carnival. in the days leading up to the event, several neighborhoods throughout rio de janiero hold impromptu parades. the 20-16 carnival officially kicks off february fifth, and goes for five days. usually right after babies are born, they are either dressed in blue if they are a boy, or pink in they are a it's much different in denver. the mayor declared friday support the broncos in the playoff game against the steelers today, newborns at this hospital were all decked out in broncos gear for the day. a local group of knitters made sure every little one had an orange hat to wear. the hospital said staff members are ready to see peyton
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beat the steelers. we'll see about that. we continue to follow breaking news out of portsmouth. crews are on the scene of a deadly crash on 164. we'll have the latest on what happened and how it can affect your commute. it's about time the taco...came out of its shell. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop.
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this will affect anyone driving on the western freeway. portsmouth police are on the scene of a deadly accident in the westbound lanes, at the towne pointe road
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