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tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind chills in the low teens. wind: nw 5-15mph wednesday: another cold day...increasing clouds. highs in the mid 30s. wind: nw/sw 5-15mph. wednesday night: light snow possible. accumulations will be 1" or less. cold. lows in the mid 20s. wind: sw 5-15mph. arctic high maintains its grip over our area. so, plan on another pipe-bursting cold night. it won't be as windy as last night, so wind chill values won't be as low. however, still expecting through the evening. this will lead to the chance for light snow...however accumulations are likely...at best 1". then, we'll be watching the storm system that'll move in by friday. it's too early to talk about like we'll see some snow as it starts on friday...then everything turns to rain the rest of friday. heavy rain is possible. by saturday midday, it'll transition over to snow showers. stay tuned...as we fine-tune
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accumulations. remember you can take the forecast and radar with you with our wavy dot com weather app. it's available for download on any smartphone or tablet. now to that breaking news in surry county. chopper 10 was high above earlier this afternoon as crews from several cities and counties fought the fire at edwards virginia smokehouse. that fire is still burning at the meat plant. 10 on your side's lex gray has been on the ground all afternoon. surry-rt. 31 is closed in both directions at old
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being detoured to holly bush road. #hrtraffic gallons. burned-out shell of one part of the meat plant. can still see flames about 2 hrs after this started still pumping water, 8+ depts responded including carrollton, surry, waverly, wakefield, iow @wavynews ff went in, no one inside, no one hurt. plant was open and operating. cause not determined. going to surry co, massive fire at a ham plant. call receivd at 1239p report of smokehouse fully involved as far as they know, no injuries reported at this time and no one trtrped
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chopper 10 recorded a lot of video above the fire. we posted images from the air and the ground like this one on wavy.com we're following breaking news in accomack county where state police are on the scene of a small plane crash at the accomack county airport. we're told it happened about an hour ago. state police tell us the pilot and passenger both got out of the plane. we're working to find out if they're hurt and how this happened.
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newport news police say the double murder suspect shot by officers is out of the hospital and behind bars. 33-year-old laratio dantzler faces 2 counts of first degree murder, gun and attemped robbery charges. detectives say he shot and killed 38-year-old cadre grey and 30-year-old quinton kelly thursday morning. police found both men dead in a van at 14th street and wickham avenue. officers later caught up with dantzler and shot him during the encounter. police say they're still looking for a second suspect. new information in the raids at several chesapeake massage parlors. police say 14 women now face charges. here are 10 of their mugshots. their ages range from 18 to 59. the women face charges including frequenting a bawdy place, committing a prohibited act at a massage establishment, and having peep holes in doors for rooms that have an expectation of privacy. local and federal investigators searched six businesses on friday - and took the women into custody. outside of
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coastal way --- you can see two women in handcuffs, led into a chesapeake sheriff's van. the chesapeake police department special investigations unit and the department of homeland security also raided pure massage, massage elite, asian dream massage, sunny spa and time massage. police say the investigation has been ongoing for about a year. we posted the mugshots with names and charges on wavy dot com. dozens of law enforcement officers from all over hampton roads, other parts of virginia and maryland gathered today to remember a police k-9 killed in the line of duty. krijger ( was shot and killed after a police standoff with a man involved in a domestic dispute. according to police, 58 year old keith richardson shot krijger, an officer then shot richardson. richardson died the day after the standoff. a memorial service for krijger ended at 2:30 this afternoon. 10 on your side's brandi cummings was there and joins us live at the norfolk
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it has been a somber day for k-9 officers near and far. this is a tight knit community and they all share the grief of the norfolk police department. the ceremony began at 2p. two chaplains gave remarks. norfolk police chief michael goldsmith also gave remarks. dozens of law enforement members from all over hampton roads were. we saw officers from prince george county, and chesterfield county as well. there were several k-9s in attendance. krijger's handler sat at the front of the service with his family. this was obviously a very emotional time for them. krijger had served the norfolk police department three years. the american flag outside the k-9 unit remains at half-staff today in his honor. officers are also wearing black around their badges to remember krijger. his name was recently added to the memorial outside the k-9 unit. before the ceremony began, i spoke to a k-9 officer from richmond. he
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important for the public to understand that the relationship between officer and k-9 is a special one. sot - officer sammy every single day with these guys. i spend more time with my partner than with my family more times than not. he's with me for 10/12 hours a day, every day of the week. every time i come to work 17:00:54 krijger's remains were escorted in a flag draped casket to his burial site at the garden of pines pet cemetery in virginia beach. live in norfolk brandi cummings 10 on your side. we have images from today's special tribue on wavy dot com. a man is behind bars and facing charges in two weekend 7-eleven robberies. detectives say 19-year-old malcolm kyle held up the 7-eleven on 24th street saturday night. police say less than ten minutes later --- he attempted to rob a store on pacific avenue. he's also accused of stealing from an a-b-c store on 30th street.
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police say the same convenience store has been held up three times since december. now they're working to track down a suspect or suspects. these are surveillance photos from the circle d food mart on north road street. the most recent robbery happened sunday night. detectives say a man walked in with a knife, demanded money and then ran. no one was hurt. investigators say they aren't sure if the robberies are connected. suffolk police are looking for the man they say robbed a drug store sunday night. these are surveillence pictures from the rite aid on north main street near west constance road. police say the suspect walked into the store, told the pharmacy technician he had a gun, and demanded prescription drugs. then he ran away. no one was hurt. if you recognize these robbery suspects --- call the crime line. i'm jason marks in virginia beach. a special tribute for a police k9 killed in the line of duty i'll show you what these people are doing" this could be a game-changer. why scientists say this helmet makes
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i'm erin kelly in newport news, where police need your help solving a robbery. i'll show you the video an officer got of a suspect from his body camera. a live look right now through towercam 10. meteorologist deitra tate is up next with your 4
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wow. the internet is crazy fast here. i know, right? it's so nice to have everyone over. hi hey. mmm.
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joey, you want some gasoline? yes, please. mom, guess what? i married a clown and we're having tiny little clown babies. mhm. i just bought a hammer. with internet fast enough for everyone, your guests might get a bit carried away.
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newport news police say an officer's body camera caught video of a suspect in an armed robbery. tonight they're asking for help identifying him. they think the man took money from a dry cleaning business off warwick boulevard. 10 on your side's erin kelly has talked to the victim and police. a woman here at nam's cleaners says she was working alone -- sewing -- when a man came in, pointed a gun at her head, and demanded all the money. according to police, the robbery happened friday
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-- off of warwick boulevard and oyster point road. police say the woman gave the man the money and he took off on a bmx bicycle. later, police say an officer who was responding got video of the suspect on his body camera -- and tried to stop him. but the man took off. c0001 - detective l.d. legrande - newport news police department 1841 he's bold enough to commit a crime during the threat by identifying him and getting him off the street. 1848 police say no one was hurt. coming up at 5 - i'll explain what police think the suspect was doing before the robbery. live in newport news, erin kelly, 10 on your side. we're on your side with a reminder about the speed limit change along interstate 64 in newport news. the speed limit is now down to 55 here between jefferson avenue and yorktown road during construction of the widening project. the left travel lanes in each direction are now
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because of a temporary concrete barrier --- so be careful. the temporary speed limit went into effect monday. signs are posted. if you have something to say to portsmouth city leaders tonight is the night. city council is holding a community meeting at the churchland library from seven until nine. there is no time limit for speakers, you're just asked to be courteous and allow time for every who wants to speak. council has no prepared remarks. and there is no topic off limits. a navy fleet replenishment oiler is deploying this week. the u-s-n-s patuxent will depart naval station norfolk on thursday for the middle east. while deployed, patuxent's civil service mariners will provide fuel to u.s. navy ships at sea and jet fuels to aircraft assigned to aircraft carriers. no one here hit the record breaking powerball jackpot. but there is a million dollar winner. and today a couple claimed the prize.
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wife matched all 5 numbers and won a million dollars. the couple bought the winning ticket at the 7-eleven on lynnhaven parkway in virginia beach. they picked up the giant check today at the store. the winning numbers are a combination of family birthdays. the couple doesn't have plans for the money yet. meteorologist deitra tate tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind chills in the low teens. wind: nw 5-15mph wednesday: another cold day...increasing clouds. highs in the mid 30s. wind: nw/sw 5-15mph. wednesday night: light snow possible. accumulations will be 1" or less. cold. lows in the mid 20s. wind: sw
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maintains its grip over our area. so, plan on another pipe-bursting cold night. it won't be as windy as last night, so wind chill values won't be as low. however, still expecting wind chills in the low teens on average. wednesday, an upper disturbance moves in through the evening. this will lead to the chance for light snow...however accumulations are likely...at best 1". then, we'll be watching the storm system that'll move in by friday. it's too early to talk about how much snow will occur and where, but it does look like we'll see some snow as it starts on friday...then everything turns to rain the rest of friday. heavy rain is possible. by
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transition over to snow showers. stay tuned...as we fine-tune accumulations. tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind chills in the low teens. wind: nw 5-15mph wednesday: another cold day...increasing clouds. highs in the mid 30s. or less. cold. lows in the mid 20s. wind: sw 5-15mph. arctic high it won't be as windy as last night, so wind chill values won't be as low. however, still expecting wind chills in the low teens on average. wednesday, an upper disturbance moves in through the evening. this will lead to the chance for light snow...however accumulations are likely...at best 1". then, we'll be watching the storm system that'll move in by friday. it's too early to talk about how much snow will occur and where, but it does look like we'll see some snow as it starts on friday...then everything turns to rain the rest of friday. heavy
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saturday midday, it'll transition over to snow showers. stay tuned...as we fine-tune
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here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news here is a look behind the scenes as a dedicated staff on your side continues to work in the newsroom. i'm tom schaad in the wavy live center a follow-up only on 10, deanna leblanc talks to a woman who found herself in the parking lot of a store loading up her car, and the next moment she was driving a robber to atm's at knifepoint. deanna has quite an interview with
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6. again that's only on 10. at 5, police in arizona call this a case of road rage between two women. one of them, a 19 year old college student, wound up dead. by now you may have heard about the troubled waters in flint michigan over lead contamination. hear what some residents are planning for the governor's state of the state address tonight. see these stories beginning at 5. new information about what led up to the detainment of 10 american sailors in iran. scientists say it's the safest helmet in the game. how developers say it reduces the risk of serious head injuries in
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sports engineers say they've come up with the safest football helmet to help prevent concussions. they debuted it this week, a year after the n-f-l gave creators a grant. it's a four layered helmet with a shell that absorbs impact. it has a layer that prevents skull fractures. it also has a semi-soft exterior shell. you can see in this video how the new helmet on the left absorbs impact better than the standard helmet on the right. if they pass a final safety test, athletes could start using this new helmet as soon as next season. (sot: dr. samuel browd, pediatric neurosurgeon) "as we compare and benchmark our helmet against current helmets that are on the market and we're finding that we're seeing significant
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compared to the current helmets that are available today." engineers hope to make it available for athletes of all ages and in every sport that requires a helmet. the senate is working to revise healthier meal standards put into place over the last few years. the new rules would give schools more flexibility in what they serve. schools have complained the rules are burdensome. the senate legislation would ease requirements on whole grains and delay an upcoming deadline to cut sodium levels on the lunch line. it would also put more resources into summer feeding programs. the school nutrition association said it worked with the white house and the agriculture department in helping the senators reach agreement. a water rescue. a woman trapped in an upside down s-u-v after a crash. hear from the deputy who saved her and why this story could have had a lot different outcome. a special tribute from local citizens for a norfolk police k-9 killed in the line of duty. jason marks will
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meteorologist deitra tateis working on your forecast live in the super doppler 10 weather center. also straight ahead --- you'll find out what chief meteorologist don slater is working on for 5.
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tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind chills in the low teens. wind: nw 5-15mph wednesday: another cold day...increasing clouds. accumulations will be 1" or less. cold. lows in the mid 20s. wind: sw 5-15mph. arctic high it won't be as windy as last night, so wind chill values won't be as low. however, still expecting wind chills in the low teens on average. wednesday, an upper disturbance moves in likely...at best 1". then, we'll be watching the storm system that'll move in by friday. it's too early to talk about how friday...then everything turns to rain the rest of friday. heavy rain is possible. by saturday midday, it'll transition over to snow showers. stay tuned...as
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we're staying on top of breaking news in surry county. chopper 10 was high above earlier this afternoon as crews from several cities and counties fought the fire at edwards virginia smokehouse. lex gray told you at the top of our newscast --- that fire is still burning at the meat plant. the initial fire call came in around 12-30 this afternoon. firefighters from several cities and counties are battling the flames. the plant was open when the fire started. there are no reports of injuries. look for a live report from lex gray coming up at 5. dozens of law enforcement officers gathered today to remember a police k-9 killed in the line of duty. krijger (kree-ger) was shot and killed after a police standoff with a man involved in a domestic dispute. earlier in our newscast --- 10 on your side's brandi
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special memorial. there was also a special tribute before burial. jason marks is live in virginia beach to explain. it was really amazing-- there were probalby 30 dogs out here with there owners that lined salem road as the police procession passed by.it was really amazing-- there were probalby 30 dogs out here with there owners that lined salem road as the police procession passed by. here what's it looked like the went he line of patrol cars went by. you can see the passed a row of dogs who were here of the dogs were wearing the red, white and blue.. their owners waved flags and held signs as kreeger passed by. super=melissa moser/dog owner "to be able to show support for that hero that gave his life protecting worth it to be out here in any kind of weather"
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jason marks, toys breaking news out of gloucester the sheriff's department released the name of the teen killed in a weekend shooting. 18 year old josh morrison from yorktown - died sunday. a friend gave us these pictures of josh. three other people were also shot at that time. we're told two 20 year old men from newport news and a 15 year old girl from yorktown are expected to recover. police charged 18-year-old dijon whitter for shooting all four people. police say it happened near the intersection of ditchley road and gill - early sunday morning. new information in the
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sailors in iran. the military has released a timeline of what happened last week. u.s. naval forces central command says on january 12th --- two riverine command boats departed kuwait at 9:23 a-m to conduct an underway refueling with the u.s. coast guard cutter monomoy. that was scheduled at 2 p-m. the boats planned to travel down the middle of the gulf and not through the territorial waters of any country other than kuwait and bahrain. at 2:10 p-m --- the navy received a report that the boats were being questioned by iranians. at 2:45 p-m --- communications were lost. air and naval assets started an intensive search and rescue operation. at 6:15 p-m --- the u-s-s anzio received a communication from the iranians that the sailors were in iranian custody and were "safe and healthy." they were safely released the next morning. the defense secretary has said a navigational error caused two navy
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we're learning more about how four american prisoners released by iran were treated during their time in captivity. psychologists at the u-s base in landstuhl, germany are assessing the men's state of mind. a representative says they are doing great physically and spiritually. jason rezaian is enjoying time with his wife, mom and brother. jason says at one point he spent 49 days in solitary confinement at that prison. his only exercise was in an eight by eight foot concrete yard. amir hekmati is now reunited with his sisters and brother in law. he describes being tortured by iran's revolutionary guard. "i feel lucky, alive...for the first time in a long time. and very humbled at everyone's support from everyone, from the president, to congress, to my fellow marines, and to my family who really have gone through so much throughout all this time." a representative of freed prisoner saeed abedini who was jailed for three
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half years --- tells n-b-c news saeed is yet to see his family. former f-b-i agent bob levinson is still missing in iran. iran consistently denies knowledge of his disappearance and has offered to help in the search for him. the u-s supreme court has agreed to an election year review of president barack obama's overhaul of the nation's immigration rules. the president's executive order allows millions of undocumented immigrants to apply for programs that make them eligible for work in the u-s and associated benefits. the supreme court would consider undoing lower court rulings that blocked the president's order. the justices would likely hear the case in april and decide by late june. that's about a month before both parties' presidential nominating conventions. ahead at five -- a teenager killed in cold blood in arizona. the clue that led officers to believe this was no random crash, but premeditated murder. police have arrested this man more than 70 times for the same crime --- 11
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it's a list of passwords you probably don't want to use. wait until you hear how many people are protecting important information. wow. the internet is crazy fast here. i know, right? it's so nice to have everyone over. hi hey. mmm. i just laid an egg. does anybody want it? joey, you want some gasoline? yes, please. mom, guess what? i married a clown and we're having tiny little clown babies. mhm. i just bought a hammer. with internet fast enough for everyone, your guests might get a bit carried away. get out of the past.
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it's officially tax time. the i-r-s says the 2016 income tax filing season is open. the agency expects more than 150 million people to file returns this
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it expects 80 percent of returns to be filed electronically. a similar percentage of refunds will be issued by direct deposit. the i-r-s is also providing additional measures for online security while e- filing. there's good news for procrastinators. you'll have until monday april 18th to file your 2015 returns. that's because the emancipation day holiday falls on friday, april 15th. if you couldn't log onto twitter this morning, you weren't alone. many of us woke up and found this error message on the social media's page. twitter says it went down all over the world for a few hours. the company restored service around 6:00 this morning, but some users still had trouble with attachments and the search functions. the list of 2015's most stolen computer passwords is out. security applications company "splashdata" reviewed a list of millions of stolen passwords made public over the year. "one-two-t hree-four-five-six" was once again in the top spot. and "password" remained the number two stolen password. the
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number seven and "baseball," number 10. anticipation for the new "star wars" movie led to "star wars" at 25, "solo" at 23 and "princess" at 21. an unusual end to a police pursuit. what officers had to round up in addition to the driver. tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind chills in the low teens.
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it's been four weeks since two men abducted a woman outside a sam's club in virignia beach. then drove her to several atms, forcing her to give them hundreds of dollars. we first told you about it back in december. today - that woman is talking only to 10 on your side - in hopes it will help police make an arrest. she gave new - exclusive information to our deanna leblanc. anita the victim said she not only wanted to talk to us in hopes that the public will know something that will lead to arrests. in her exclusive interview with 10 on your side - she says the victims told her they wanted her money - to buy drugs. now she says she'll pray for them - and hopes they'll get help. this is new video of one of the two suspects as he
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back of this man's sweatshirt. police say it may be of a pin-up girl - and hope it will help identify him. the victim says in this moment, the man told her he had a knife, and waited for her to withdraw cash. here's a look at his face. more new information - police tell 10 on your side his name may be andy or andrew. they say he's likely between 20 and 30 years old and about 6 feet tall. the victim says he and the other man he was with told her they had no plans to hurt her - they simply wanted money - to buy drugs. victim no super. 06:17 i pleaded at that point. told them that i had this and that and just pleaded don't hurt me. and they said no no no, no no, all we want - we don't want your car. we don't want your phone, we don't want your wallet. we want your cash. 06:33 tonight at 6 - hear much more from the victim about what it was like for her to be
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car. and the message she has for those men, and for you. plus - a new information you'll only see on 10 - of that second suspect. i'm dl 10 on your side. the california highway patrol is investigating why a greyhound bus rolled onto its side during the morning commute. two people died. 18 are hurt. the bus flipped around 6-30 this morning onto the center divider on highway 101 in san jose. it was raining at the time. no other vehicles were involved. there's still no sign of 12 crew members missing after two marine helicopters crashed off the coast of hawaii. the coast guard says three life rafts that were aboard the helicopters have been recovered. some of them were inflated. but there's no indication that anyone was aboard them. a fourth raft was spotted. no one was aboard. thursday night --- someone reported seeing the helicopters flying --- and then a fireball. hours later --- a military plane spotted debris off the coast of oahu. more than 60 marines have been involved in the search, along with navy divers and county, state and federal agencies.
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are investigating what sparked a house fire overnight that killed four people. the fire started around 2 a-m in prince george's county. there were seven people inside the home. three year-old twins and their grandparents died when they became trapped. the twins' mother was injured jumping from a second-story window to safety. two others escaped safely. investigators say there's no sign of a smoke alarm in the home. the so-called "affluenza" teen remains in a mexican detention facility and continues to fight extradition. there was a hearing scheduled in texas today to consider whether 18-year-old ethan couch violated his probation in a deadly drunken-driving wreck. and if the case should be transferred to adult court. the judge ruled the hearing could not proceed because couch's parents were not officially notified. couch was sentenced to 10 years' probation after killing four people in a 2013 crash. authorities say couch and his mother fled to mexico in december, after a video surfaced that appeared to show him at a
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drinking. drinking alcohol would be a violation of his probation. if a judge agrees to transfer the case to adult court --- couch's probation could extend beyond his 19th birthday in april. he could also be ordered to spend 120 days in jail . a new hearing date has not been set. the florida home once owned by colombian drug lord pablo escobar is gone. it is demolished. crews took it down this morning. the home was owned by escobar in the 1980's before it was seized by the u-s government in 1987. escobar's cartel was responsible for a good bit of the cocaine imported into america during the 1980's and 1990's. the current owners purchased the home in 2014. they plan to build a new home on the plot of land. california police have arrested a man more than 70 times for panhandling! fresno cops say they picked up 43-year-old kevin joy again. officers say they've cited him for similar violations 11 times
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and more than 60 times in 2015. during his most recent arrest monday, police say he had some $18-hundred dollars in cash on him! city leaders have tried to hook him up with a job, but he's decided to make money by begging. a scary police chase on a los angeles highway. when police finally stopped the woman behind the wheel, they quickly discovered she had several passengers! 6 dogs! when the car stopped, the dogs jumped out and ran on the interstate. police worked to corral them and get them to safety. this morning, the driver is in custody, and animal control officers are caring for the dogs. an indiana sheriff's deputy was in the right place at the right time when an s- u-v plunged into frigid water. he was actually on the side of the road doing paperwork for another crash. deputy chris amstutz/allen co, in "i just happened to look up, control, start to slide, then i saw it flip into the ditch." angelica yanez/victim "i realized that it was filling up with water.
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chest and i was very scared." "the vehicle was on its top, i got into the water, attempted to gain entry.the doors were locked, all the wind was closed." "got her into my car, in the warmth until the ambulance could get there." "we were stretched pretty thin as far as working other crashes that day. so, it could have been at least 20 minutes or move until somebody got here at least." the deputy used a tool to smash the back window to get the driver out. her crash was one of dozens like it this past weekend.
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tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind chills in the low teens. wind: nw 5-15mph wednesday: another cold day...increasing clouds. highs in the mid 30s. wind: nw/sw 5-15mph. wednesday night: light snow possible. accumulations will be 1" or less. cold. lows in the mid 20s. wind: sw 5-15mph. arctic high maintains its grip over our area. so, plan on another pipe-bursting cold night. it won't be as windy as last night, so wind chill values won't be as low. however, still expecting wind chills in the low teens on average. wednesday, an upper disturbance moves in through the evening. this will lead to the chance for light snow...however accumulations are
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the storm system that'll move in by friday. it's too early to talk about how much snow will occur and where, but it does look like we'll see some snow as it starts on friday...then everything turns to rain the rest of friday. heavy rain is possible. by saturday midday, it'll transition over to snow showers. stay tuned...as we fine-tune
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straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 troubled waters in michigan has residents taking matter into their own hands. why they are asking the governor to resign.
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millionaire couple in virginia beach. they are just one of the few lucky powerball winners from last week's drawing. then at five-thirty - keeping your personal information safe. why monitoring isn't enough anymore. and why you may want to consider putting a freeze on your credit. and we continue to follow developments in that huge fire in surry county. our lex gray remains on the scene-- updates coming up on what's happening now-- during wavy news 10 at 5 and 6. but first ahead here at 4 something pretty unique is happening in the sky several planets. we'll
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starting tomorrow, you'll be able to see something really cool and rare in the sky. 5 planets will all be visible in the same area at the same time. scientists say you'll be able to see mercury, venus, mars, saturn and jupiter for about 45 minutes before sunrise. its the first time in more than 10 years they've all appeared together. they'll stay that way until february 20th. wavy news 10 at 5 starts right now. flames race through a smokehouse keeping firefighters out in the cold. a live update moments away. brandi tease clip 59 saying goodbye to a fallen hero. dozens of
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cummings in norfolk with the story. and charges come down after last week's raid of six massage parlors in chesapeake. but nature is taking center stage and the top spot at 5. these pictures from granby street in norfolk is evidence of a cold slap in the face from winter. chill factors in the single digits this morning. temperatures below freezing all day. and chief meteorologist don slater tells us we're not released from that icy grip just yet. tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind chills in the low teens. wind: nw 5-15mph wednesday: another cold day...increasing clouds. highs in the mid 30s. wind: nw/sw 5-15mph. wednesday night: light snow possible. accumulations will be 1" or less. cold. lows in the mid 20s. wind: sw 5-15mph. arctic high
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our area. so, plan on another pipe-bursting cold night. it won't be as windy as last night, so wind chill values won't be as low. however, still expecting wind chills in the low teens on average. wednesday, an upper disturbance moves in through the evening. this will lead to the chance for light snow...however accumulations are likely...at best 1". then, we'll be watching the storm system that'll move in by friday. it's too early to talk about how much snow will occur and where, but it does look like we'll see some snow as it starts on friday...then everything turns to rain the rest of friday. heavy rain is possible. by saturday midday, it'll transition over to snow
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