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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 saturday midday, it'll transition over to snow showers. stay tuned...as we fine-tune
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. many outside the law enforcement community also honoring the fallen police k-9 today. they gathered for a special tribute before krijger's burial. ten on your side's jason marks is live in virginia beach with that part of the story. jason? it was really a touching tribute. you had almost 30 dogs and their owners here who lined up to say good bye. nats man's best friend. nats 12=1:29:34 "this is griffin.. laugh.." and the friends themselves sot 16=1:33:02 "sit.. sit. sadie. sit good file had a good reason to. be out in freezing temperatures. 23=:1:38:09 "he's cold.. but he bares it well" don't let the humor full you.. .. nats today-- both man and dog are here with heavy hearts 27=1:40:03 "my dad retired from the police department and my brother is currently a sheriff's deputy in ohio so whether it a police do or a
hits close to home" melissa moser 23=:1:36:42 "i'm out here to show respect this police dog that was killed last week this is very important to us" john saregent the walk for these dogs takes them to the side of the road, nats where they say good bye to kreeger-- the norfolk police k9 who died in the line of duty. 16=1:32:20 "it's heartbreaking i know that the handlers really get close to their partners so it's probably just the same as losing a human partner" heather lewis soon-- the dog will pass by in a hero's procession. 23=1:38:32 "my eye balls will be leaking--" pp "and not from the cold" 23=1:38:31 "not from the cold" 12=1:26:06 "the k-9 units and the officers devote so much of their lives to protecting us. it is a travesty what happened to him" janet daniels nats the line of police lights-- past by the row of waging tails.. somber for both animal and human 43=1:45:48 "it is great to see so many different police cars here. the family that all comes
another" 48=1:47:48 "it breaks your heart it's nice to norfolk police department. nats of dog crying it's almost as if the dog's happening-- they know how important this is-- 27=1:49:57 "to be able to show support for that hero that gave his life protecting worth it kind of weather" you had a mix of dogs out here today. some of them dogs and others were house pets-- but all of their owners will tell you there are members of family-- and they say what happened was just heartbreaking. live in virginia beach jason marks 10 on your side. two northern virginia men remain in jail tonight after appearing in federal court this afternoon -- on terrorism- related charges. joseph farrokh and mahmoud elhassan -- from woodbridge -- were arrested at richmond international airport on friday. according to court documents -- the men had been working with government
know it. authorities say farrokh was trying to travel to syria to join isis. elhassan was charged with trying to help him. if convicted - both could face 20 years in prison. the case of ethan couch was set to go before a juvenile court today -- it was delayed after attorneys for couch argued the teens parents were not officially notified. some are calling for the case against the so-called affluenza teen to be pushed to adult court -- including mothers against drunk diving. the group has collected more than sixty-thousand signatures on a petition calling for the change. cnn jl-36tu 12-19 (jason accountable for that. we're trying to sure that that doesn't happened again. we want to make sure he doesn't have an opportunity to create any more victims." tied to be held accountable. it's a hundred percent preventable and when you do that, you make that choice, you're putting other people's lives at risk on the road. ethan is still in jail in mexico -- fighting extradition back to the u-s. no word on when the hearing will be held - but prosecutors want it
before his 19th birthday -- in april. two people were killed when a greyhound bus overturned in california. it happened early this morning on highway 1-0-1 in san jose. according to the california highway patrol, there were 20 people on board. some had to be taken to the hospital -- others were treated at the scene. search efforts continue in hawaii -- five days after two military helicopters crashed off the coast. crews confirmed all four life rafts have been recovered. still -- there is no sign of the twelve missing marines. search and rescue crews are not giving up hope. the coast guard says, so far they've conducted 89 individual searches covering 21-thousand square miles. now -- with less than two weeks to go before the iowa caucus -- several candidates are back in the hawkeye state -- including gop front runner donald trump - holidng a campaign rally in winterset. the backdrop -- the john wayne museum -- where he received an endorsement from "the duke's" daughter -- trump said he was proud to get the support -- because wayne
57-1:10 he represented what the people are looking today, cause we have exactly the opposite from john wayne strength that you don't see very often. and that's why, with this endorsement, it meant so much to me. but that wasn't even the biggest endorsement of the day. there's been a lot of "mystery endorsement" expected to be announced later tonight. nbc news has just learned a short time ago -- it's former vice presidential candidate -- sarah palin. when asked about it earlier today trump would only say -- everyone's going to be "very impressed." democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders -- also rallying caucus goers at a town hall in iowa today - dismissing claims by hillary clinton that she would be the stronger candidate in the general election. sanders told the crowd he's closing in on clinton. she had held a solid lead in that state heading into the new year -- sanders says recent polling shows he does better in a head to head match-up against republicans --
people thought she was. s/ sen. bernie sanders / the democratic party. you might be able to raise some good issues but you can't win. well when we started we were at 3 percent in the polls. we were 50 points behind. today the inevitable candidate does not look quite so inevitable as she did 8 1/2 months ago. sanders went on to attend four other town halls across iowa today. breaking news elizabeth city police need your help finding a 16 year old girl. this is nyashia rouson. her family last saw her yesterday morning at her house on calvert street. police tell us she did not go to school today and was last seen wearing a burgundy dress. if you know where nyashia is - call the elizabeth city police department. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - freezing your credit.
ten on your side with ways to protect your credit -- because experts suggest - monitoring your credit -- may not be enough. with so many breaches happening - consumer groups are now recommending you consider freezing your credit. keeping an eye on your credit -- getting a free credit report -- doesn't stop someone from opening up a fradulent account in your name. the only way to do that - is by putting a freeze on your credit. there is a cost to do it -- depending on where you live. and - when you need to "unfreeze" it -- it does take a few days. also - important to note: you can put a freeze on
long as you need. it won't hurt your credit. now - while it won't keep people from stealing your information -- it can at coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - after shutting down its nuclear program -- why many in washington still don't trust iran. will the recent release of four american prisoners ease tensions? "it's like being born again and i just feel really proud to be an american." plus -- one of the americans held captive in iran is speaking publicly for the first time. hear what he
we're learning more about the four people recently released from prison in iran. amir hekmati speaking out for the first time today -- from outside a medical facility in germany -- where he and the others have been receiving care since their release over the weekend. the former marine said he feels very lucky.
u.s. prisoner :15 "we're just...this now. but there is a lot that i have to say about the experience and what happened and i hope to bring that to the american people and the world. " the 32-year-old has been undergoing medical and psychological evaluations in preparation to return home to the united states. all new at five-thirty -- tomorrow will mark the 35th anniversary of the end of the iran hostage crisis - when more than fifty americans held for 444 days - were finally released. our congressional correspondent alex schuman takes a look at how recent news has changed the relationship between the u.s. and iran. correspondent alex schuman 01:19 trt pkg: washington post reporter jason razaian (rez-zian) is one jared huffman says if iran's goal was to break the reporter's spirit - they failed miserably. "his spirits are terrific. he is feeling good physically. i think he's having waves of complex emotions, as you would imagine."
towards the united states' decision to lift economic sanctions against iran. from cnn: "have they abandoned their nuclear ambition? john kerry - they say they have. do you believe them? that's why we have verification in this agreement." in exchange for iran shutting down their nuclear program - the u.s. and five other countries unfroze 100 billion in assets, and will allow iran to rejoin the global economy. (gavel nat) some members of congress, like democrat senator richard blumenthal, we still don't trust iran. sen. richard blumenthal (d-ct) 22:49:33 "i will lead efforts that impose sanctions. particularly on the icbm program, which evidently is continuing in violation of international law." on sunday - president obama says he will place sanctions on 11 people in iran involved in the illegal ballistic missile testing. (alex) iran is still considered a state sponsor of terrorism, and cannot do business with u.s. companies. in washington, congressional correspondent alex
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 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
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 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. 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 likely...at best 1". then, we'll be watching the storm system that'll move in by friday. it's too
and i'm tom schaad. next on wavy news 10 at 6-- we continue to follow a stubborn fire at a meat plant in surry county. you'll see the scene from the air-- and from our lex gray on the ground. and a shopping trip turned chaotic the victim of a violent-- and costly abduction talks only to 10 on your side about the ride she'd rather forget. i'll see you in just a few minutes for wavy news 10 at 6-- keep it right here.
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a quick update to breaking news we told you about earlier in the newscast -- the 16 year old girl missing in elizabeth city has been found. coca-cola has just unveiled a new ad campaign -- it's first since 20-09. "open happiness" is being replaced by "taste the feeling." the new ad is the first to feature coke -- along side other coke-branded products. the company is hoping the new slogan will help it overcome declining sales and profits
toll-free phone calls. now a major wireless provider is trying out the concept for data. verizon just announced a new "freebee data" service. it will allow third-party companies to pick up the tab for your data usage when you download content from their apps, websites and services. verizon says it gives companies a powerful way to market to mobile devices while saving customer's data charges. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - spreading her message through fashion. how a nobel prize winning teen is using her voice to help young girls get an education. and at six-- a final farewell for a four legged hero. we'll take you to the emotional ceremony for norfolk police dog krijger-- as we
a leading voice for education in pakistan -- and a noble prize winner -- she can now add fashion designer to her list of accomplishments. 18 year old malala yousafzai got together with toms' to create this scarf. each one features a quote from malala. 100 percent of the sales will go towards her foundation - which aims to help every girl get an education stay with us... wavy news 10 at 6 is next. several big stories happening right now at 6. a huge fire at a meat plant in surry county burning for hours.
and ground. and a final farewell for a four legge >> a final farewell for a four-legged hero killed in the line of duty. first, a bitter blast in hampton roads and much of the nation right now. but it is what is next that has us watching the weather. that is why we are starting with the super doppler 10 weather center, i am here with don slater. lots of us are saying below freezing today and we are heading into the teens tonight. don: i will focus on that for now. and talk a little bit about what is upcoming for the week. we want to talk about this beautiful tower camera. there is not a cloud in the sky. the air is dry. things do remain a little bit clearer and writer at dusk.
around between 12-20 miles per hour at virginia beach. they stayed up all night long. the wind dropped to 20 degrees earlier, and at 32 degrees, that is the high temperature. most of us were in the upper 20's today. we started the day at 16. then we rose to 29 degrees. we are going to warm up tomorrow. it was 90 degrees today in norfolk. -- 19 degrees today in norfolk. we will have liked snow, just flurries but for friday and saturday, mainly rain or wind and some snow. but the biggest deal could be at saturday morning. i tend to think that once we get