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winter storm aftermath -- v-dot crews from hampton roads heading to help clean up the hardest hit areas. "so, just let us know what we need to do." re-96sa roads across the peninsula still slick in places -- one landmark building's roof collapsed from the storm -- and in the middle of the cold temperatures - nearly a dozen people are without a home because of an early morning apartment fire. we continue our winter weather coverage tonight at 6... these are live pictures from the roads across our area. a lot of the main roads are clear - but some of the secondary roads are
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our dedicated team of journalists and meteorologists continue to follow the conditions outside...and the clean-up. we have crews from the south side up to mathews county. here's a shot from towercam 10 over downtown portsmouth and norfolk. the suns been out most of the day -- allowing that snow to melt quite a bit. the melting snow is helping vdot clear the roads in our area. most of the interstates are dry across hampton roads. but, crews will be working non-stop in other parts of the commonwealth to clean up the stormy mess. the melting can be both a positive and negative for us right now. meteorologist ashley baylor is in the super doppler 10 weather center to let us know what we're expecting the rest of the night. tonight: clear and cold. puddles may refreeze. lows: low-20s. winds: light nw. monday: mostly sunny. less wind. milder! highs: mid-40s. winds: light south. tuesday: mostly sunny. much warmer! highs: mid-50s. winds: s 5-15 mph. that pesky storm is now a distant should only see nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide at 9:55
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4 feet. we'll be tracking clear skies this evening with temperatures dropping into the low-30s by 9 pm. overnight, any puddles on the roads will refreeze, so there could be some icy spots tomorrow morning - nothing widespread, but something to be aware of. we'll enjoy plenty of sunshine on monday with temperatures warming into the mid-40s. it'll be even warmer on tuesday with highs in the mid-50s! any snow that is left on the ground will not survive by tuesday evening. a cold front will approach tuesday night, we'll be tracking scattered showers with temperatures back in the low-40s. i'm going to keep a chance of showers in the forecast for thursday.. this will be an interesting day to
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we have some school delays to tell you about tonight. virginia beach public schools are on a two hour delay tomorrow. and - the college of william and mary is opening at noon tomorrow. but gloucester, mathews, southampton, and surry counties as well as newport news and hampton public schools are all closed tomorrow. we're scrolling every delay and closure at the bottom of the screen - you can also find the full list on wavy dot com. the peninsula is the hardest hit in our immediate area. across the commonwealth there's been more than 14-hundred weather related accidents. our area has seen the most. 10 on your side's andy fox is live from
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road conditions. runs: 1:06 out cue house shortly ( nt sd) runs:03 the williamsburg bluffs neighborhood typical. kids sledding. sledding on anything they can find parents scraping cars passing on snow covered streets still not cleared by the city. shawn nelson not expecting his daughter to go to school monday secondary roads not clear (53:54 13) (( we are assuming school is canceled tomorrow and we have lined up a sitter for tomorrow so we're not expecting kids to go to school and we both have to work)) runs: 07 (nat sd scraping) snow and ice mean money for zach farish (59 :20 28) ((are they lining up to give you 30 dollars. pretty much every single person has given me 30. good for in for young and not so
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(57:10 25) brooklyn ((9weve been sick the last couple of days so we were cooped up the heat was on so it was hot inside)) runs: 10 (53:31 13) (9cabin fever took my car out on the street getting everyone out of the house
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we have a crew checking on the roads for you as we monitor potential icy conditions. 10 on your side's joe fisher has been driving across hampton roads -- he's in newport news now. -- joe, the roads seem to be clearing up? i'm joe fisher. conditions across penninsula. tonight: clear and cold. puddles may refreeze. lows: low-20s. winds: light nw. monday: mostly sunny. less wind. milder! highs: mid-40s. winds: light south. tuesday: mostly sunny. much warmer! highs: mid-50s. winds: s 5-15 mph. that pesky storm is now a distant memory....on to the next! the wind has back off significantly, so we should only see nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide at 9:55
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4 feet. we'll be by 9 pm. overnight, any puddles on the roads will refreeze, so there could be some icy spots even warmer on tuesday with highs in the mid-50s! any snow that is left on the ground will not survive by tuesday evening. new information about a fire in norfolk we brought to you as breaking news during wavy news 10 today. during the cold temperatures - 11 people were forced to leave their apartments on border road this morning because of that fire. as you can see in these pictures - flames were shooting from the
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the red cross is helping make arrangements. nobody was hurt. a lot of us have only seen pictures of this storm on the ground. today - chopper 10 got this video - showing the view from above. and the snow left behind by this major winter storm. still ahead - murder investigation - we have new information about a shooting in hampton and the man who
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help finding the person they say shot and killed a man last night. police found 42 year old leroy garer shot inside this car - on darnaby avenue just off shell road. police ask anyone with information to call the crime line. after 8 hours - the search for a man near hatteras island is called off. the coast guard's been looking for the 40-year-old man since saturday night at 11. crews found a boat they believe belong to the man. still ahead - flooding concerns - we'll show you
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tides. marc sanders - live there c0033 55!.27 they were kind of concenred they have kids to not having heat in the house there's not a lot you can do. 31 people living in military housing finally have heat again -- after nearly 12 hours without it saturday afternoon through early this
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ben moreell community - didn't have natural gas saturday. that's a lincoln military housing complex near naval station norfolk. virginia natural gas came in to help with the problem. it was finally restored early this morning. crews are working to find out what caused the leak. another update to pass along to you. the jamestown-scotland ferry in surry is back in business. service was suspended because of safety issues crossing the james river last night. snow isn't the only issue people dealt with from the storm. it also caused flooding along the beaches in northern kitty hawk -- near the avalon pier. these pictures from black pelican road sent into wavy through report it. just to put these pictures into perspective for you - the hill is about 14 feet about sea level. don't forget - you can send you weather pictures to our newsroom through the report it feature. all you have to do it email the pictures to report it at wavy dot com. if you're over in ghent - you probably saw flooding at the hague. the water at one point so high - it covered areas where people are usually
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cameras caught this video earlier this afternoon. a couple of roads in that area were shut down while the water was high. the inclement weather is causing some major issues for people flying from norfolk international airport. this is a live look from the airport's website - there are still some delays and cancellations you should be aware of. so make sure you check your flight's status before your flight. chopper 10 was flying high today - getting pictures of the aftermath from the winter storm. this video shows a few snowy roads in parts of the peninsula earlier this afternoon. these are aerial shots over williamsburg and james city county. and here's some video from above the h-r-b- t. the aftermath of the
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across the commonwealth. including in mathews county - where an iconic theatre's roof collapsed. 10 on your side's matt gregory is live in the upper peninsula and continues our team coverage. up here on the peninsula, the winter weather blanketed roads in mathews county and the gloucester area. while the roads cleared today, we still saw severalcar accidnts on roadways and a piece of history taken forever by the storms. you don't have to know the history of donk's collapse devastating. lynda smith / little ole' opry c0005 17:29:23 "it is a part of my family and it feels like a death. it really, to a point feels describe the theater where you grew up. 17:28:11 "my dad drove old and said that place we need to do somethingwith that and he decided to start a country music theater." 17:28:20 for years the smith family performed
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little ole opry, c0005 17:31:10 "lots of great memories and lots of great experiences, dolly parton's been here and porterwagnerand little jimmy dickens." 17:31:16 friday nights weather pulled the final curtain on donk's theater mathews county bulding inspector jamie wilkes says the heavy wind, the snow and ice forced down the roof. jamie wilkes / its usually catastrophicand it all fails at once." 17:36:54 the roof went first. then side walls blew out and the back of the theater spit chunks of concrete from the building. the costumes, the chairs ,and the stage itself now trapped inside. 17:30:42 "when weturned that corner and saw it and tears flew." 17:30:49 with each onlooker and each photo snapped. you can see how much donk's theater means not just to the smith family but mathews county. 17:32:16 "we plan to make music somehow somewhere
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tonight: clear and cold. puddles may refreeze. lows: low-20s. winds: light nw. monday: mostly sunny. less wind. milder! highs: mid-40s. winds: light south. tuesday: mostly sunny. much warmer! highs: mid-50s. winds: s 5-15 mph. that pesky storm is now a distant memory....on to the next! the wind has back off significantly, so we should only see nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide at 9:32 pm with water levels near dropping into the low-30s by 9 pm. overnight, any puddles on the roads will refreeze, so there could be some icy spots tomorrow morning -
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to be aware of. we'll enjoy plenty of sunshine with highs in the mid-50s! any snow that is left on the ground will not survive by tuesday evening. a cold front will approach tuesday night, so we'll throw in a chance of rain showers. as the front swings through on wednesday, we'll be tracking scattered showers with temperatures back in the low-40s. i'm going to
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still ahead - winter's wrath - the heavy snow deflated one professional football team's facility
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portsmouth city crews are continuing to work around the clock to make sure roads stay safe.
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any storm- related problems. city officials warn drivers to be safe - especially with the chance for icy spots overnight into the morning. virginia beach is also working hard to clean up from the storm. these are pictures sent into our newsroom near indian river and elbow roads. the roads so slick there earlier today, several cars slid off the streets. if you have any pictures of conditions where you live - send them to us using our report it feature on our website or our wavy 10 app. suffolk is addressing slick areas. they sent an update saying most primary roads are clear and passable. crews are still working 12-hour shifts. since friday suffolk police responded to 104 car accidents because of the weather. the suffolk executive airport is still closed because of icing on the runways. officials in chesapeake are now concerned about flooding. the city's website says people in low- lying
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at high tide. drivers are being told to make sure you don't drive through any flooded areas. the city says drivers should be prepared for flooding most of the day sunday and monday morning around 10. still ahead in the second half-hour -- still stuck -- we'll show you video from one interstate that's at a standstill because of this winter weather. and - digging for water - firefighters are having a hard time finding tools valuable to them to fight fires because of the amount of snow in some parts of the common llseinttg maesress theittradnaiol wayis thn't ste beay w. st mo m areinade la a e rgfay,ctor an ipd shhuped renddsmi of les atoai retrsle wouarehse, wh there e ey'redmarkp uand up be fforelyinalli selndng ade lingverim the at he t onarigittl ma fressryacto we e takraa sthtigfodrwarap chproa. hwee avelatiminthed tre exepa sts an ead cra ted ctdirein le om fr f ourryactoyo to u.
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millions of americans are digging out from this historic winter storm. thousands stranded at airports across the mid atlantic and northeast. "and hopefully we can find a hotel or something close." heavy snow prompts a big evacuation at a virginia apartment complex. and - extreme snow - creates problems for firefighters in the dc area. before we get to those stories - we want to see if these cold and icy conditions will continue this week. meteorologist ashley baylor is in the super doppler 10 weather center with what to expect this week. tonight: clear and cold. puddles may refreeze. lows: low-20s. winds: light nw. monday: mostly sunny. less wind. milder! highs: mid-40s. winds: light south. tuesday: mostly sunny. much warmer! highs: mid-50s. winds: s 5-15 mph. that pesky storm is now a distant memory....on to the
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off significantly, so we should only see nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide at 9:32 pm with water levels near 4 feet. we'll be by 9 pm. overnight, any puddles on the roads will refreeze, so there could be some icy spots tomorrow morning - nothing widespread, but something to be aware of. we'll enjoy plenty of sunshine on monday with temperatures warming into the mid-40s. it'll be even warmer on tuesday with highs in the mid-50s! any snow that is left on the ground will not survive by tuesday evening. a cold front will approach tuesday night, so we'll throw in a chance of rain showers. as the front swings through on wednesday, we'll be tracking scattered showers with temperatures back in the
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most of the snow hit the peninsula and areas west of hampton roads. 10 on your side's andy fox is live in williamsburg with the clean up from that area. let me take you to a typical neighborhood in james city county. (vo) you can see the secondary roads in williams burg bluffs still have snow and ice on them. lots of kids playing. we found these sledders. kids having a snow ball fight. lots of shoveling. zach farish has made a good little business out of shoveling walks made about 100 dollars and we also found the using environmentally
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product (51:33 5) (9cleaning up the ice. we are using natural salt crystals which is good because it is not harmful to the environment got a big bag of that)) runs: 11 (9we are see how the buses can get down the roads i could be wrong but i can't imagine they will have school tomorrow))
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we've mentioned deflategate before when it comes to the n-f-l. but this time it has a different meaning. the blizzard that buried washington, d-c this weekend caused the indoor training facility for the redskins to deflate. the weight of the snow was just too much and knocked the air-filled dome down. there are no reports of injuries or how many people may have been inside when it deflated. that area got about 34-inches of snow. according to redskins-dot-com... the facility will be re-inflated when the snow is removed and conditions improve. that wasn't the only place with problems. 67 people had to be evacuated from an apartment building in manassas early this morning when roofs collapsed from the heavy snow. fire and rescue crews
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shortly after midnight. they found one roof had partially collapsed another was showing signs of caving in. the red cross is assisting the people displaced by setting up a shelter at a local fire department. no one was hurt. the deep snow in the washington, d-c area made it tough for firefighters battling a house fire. firefighters called to this fire in springfield, virginia - when they got there they had to search for a fire hydrant in the snow and then dig it out before they could get water to fight the fire. area fire departments have been urging residents to dig out the fire hydrants in their neighborhoods to avoid a situation like this. this was a two-alarm fire. back in hampton roads - a lot of the snow has melted because of the sun. 10 on your side's joe fisher continues to check road conditions around the area - he's live now with the update. tonight: clear and cold. puddles may refreeze. lows: low-20s. winds: light nw. monday: mostly sunny.
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highs: mid-40s. winds: light south. tuesday: mostly sunny. much warmer! highs: mid-50s. winds: s 5-15 mph. that pesky storm is now a distant memory....on to
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officials in pennsylvania hope traffic along the state's turnpike will resume tonight. drivers found themselves stranded on the pennsylvania turnpike weekend. the winter storm dropped more than two-feet of snow in that area. 86-miles of road shut down. the national guard worked to rescue people who spent more than 16-hours in their cars. take a look a lot of the winter weather pictures you've sent to report it. if you're able to - don't forget to send us your pictures- all you have to do is email them to report it at wavy dot com. and -- 10 on your side is following a plan to solve crime for one city. what one councilman is saying about his fight to
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covering the sky rocketing homicide rate in portsmouth. it has more than doubled in the last year. we keep hearing that, and reporting that, but what taxpayers to make the city safer? we report on mayor kenny wright saying we need a conversation on the crime issue, and we need a plan. where's the plan? one councilman says the time for talking is over, it's time for action and monday
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danny meeks lays out his "solve the crime plan" only to 10 on your side. (1:19 1) ((these people out here are crying in this community like every their taxes just like everyone and they aren't what the city needs to do ground shaking. homes evacuated. power lost. we'll take you to the place where a major
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the weekends winter weather pounded the upper peninsula. and in mathews county it took a historic landmark with it. friday night donk's theater in mathews county collapsed. the county building inspector says the hgh winds,snow and rain weighed down the roof. then the walls blew out. donk's theater was on the national historic registry and was home to the little ole' opry. for one family it was a part of their life. lynda smith/ little ole'
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"17:28:11 "my dad drove by when i was two years country music theater." 17:28:20" the building inspector told ten on your side demolition begins tomorrow. the owner of the building still hasnt decided to rebuild or not a powerful earthquake rocked south-central alaska early this morning. the 7-point-1 earthquake struck about 160 miles southwest of anchorage. but it was widely felt in anchorage... knocking items off shelves and walls. closer to the epicenter about 30 homes were evacuated after a gas leak was reported... and some five- thousand people lost power. but there have been no reports of injuries. the national weather service reported that a tsunami was "not" expected as a
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tonight: clear and cold. puddles may refreeze. lows: low-20s. winds: light nw. monday: mostly sunny. less wind. milder! highs: mid-40s. winds: light south. tuesday: mostly sunny. much warmer! highs: mid-50s. winds: s 5-15 mph. that pesky storm is off significantly, so we should only see nuisance to minor tidal flooding during high tide at 9:32 pm with water levels near 4 feet. we'll be by 9 pm. overnight, any puddles on the roads will refreeze, so there could be some icy spots tomorrow morning - nothing widespread, but something to be aware of. we'll enjoy plenty of sunshine on monday with
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the mid-40s. it'll be even warmer on tuesday with highs in the mid-50s! any snow that is left on the ground will not survive by tuesday evening. a cold front will approach tuesday night, we'll be tracking scattered showers with temperatures back in the low-40s. i'm going to keep a chance of showers in the forecast for thursday.. this will be an interesting day to
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virginia tech gives north carolina all they can handle--- and the first ticket has been punched to super bowl 50---the highlights
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i'm nathan epstein---it's championship sunday in the nfl---and for the 17th time---it's tom brady versus peyton manning---this time for the right to play in super bowl 50---- to denver, colorado--- the new england patriots and denver broncos for the afc title-------manning now 40 years old---looking for a story-book ending to his career--- first quarter--first drive--- manning to owen daniels---broncos lead 7-nothing--- end of the first---after a denver turnover---pats capitalize with stephen jackson-- touchdown---but extra point no good--so it's 7-6 denver--- and manning adds to the lead---to daniels again---- manning threw for 176 yards---only two scores--- pats down 20 to 12 final seconds---- tom brady to rob gronkowsk----pats have life---they need
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brady under interception---they tried and failed at the onside kick-- and peyton manning and the denver broncos are headed to super bowl 50---- with a shot to send manning out a champion--- college basketball---one of a couple games moved because of snow-- virginia tech taking on north carolina---ranked number two in the country-- what a win this would be for buzz williams rapidly growing program-- but this game looked over early-- tar heels in blue-- the lob---the slam by brice johnson----heels up 32 to 13--- second half---here come the hokies-- seth allen--- finds shane henry-- lead down to 4--- and with the game tied at 59-- kerry blackshear---hokies lead for the first time all day--- they just finish-- joey barry the steal and the layup--- tar heel lead bac to four--- and with a minute 15 to go--hokies need a stop down two---
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easy layup--- great effort by tech falls a little short---75-70 the final--- more scores today---william and mary falls to 5 and 3---tied for second in the caa after a huge road losss at hofstra----they're next game is thursday at delaware---and odu falls to 3 and 3 in conference usa after a loss at marshall---20 points for junior guard jennie simms-- and odu coach jeff jones has to be perplexed right about now--- all four conference usa losses---have been by a combined 9 points---and yesterday---it came down to the final seconds yet again--- marshall came to the ted averaging 90 points a game--- freeman, fade-away----yes---he had 20 by halftime---and odu led second half----they're down 5--- freeman---wicked cross over----three pointer----and odu is only down 3 with less than 3 to play--- then it's jordan baker from hampton, had 4 three's last game, he hit 2 more yesterday, none bigger
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lead down to 2. under a minute to go, off the inbounds pass, trey freeman tries for the lay up, refs call goaltending, count the basket. career high 37 points for freeman, we're all tied up. shot clock turned off. marshall going for the win, brandan stith with the blocked shot, but it goes out of bounds, another chance for marshall. and the herd capitalize. james kelly gets a good look, throws up the three pointer and it is good. marshall up 78 to 75. 3 seconds to go. one last chance for odu, trey freeman, shades of murray state in the nit, but it's off the back of the rim. odu loses to marshall 78 to 75 in a game that had 17 lead changes monarchs have dropped 3 of their last 4 home games. the norfolk admirals are red-hot--they've won 8 of their last 10---a special home game tonight---- norfolk versus elmira---announced attendance---over 42 hundred at the scope--- a lot of pink in the crowd--- pink the rink---proceedds benefit tidewater chapter of susan g komen---for breast cancer research --- first
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cay-son houghman from the left side--- puts the jackals on top 1-nill in the second--- off the rebound---left side---back of the net-- we're tied at 1---- still in the second---same score--- and it's houghman again---makes it 2-1 elmira--- admirals tie it in the third---but the jackals get the game-winner with 2 and a half minutes left in the game--- admirals cooled off a bit with a 3-2 loss--- meac hoops. hampton hosting savannah state. coach ed joyners team undefeated in conference play. tie game at half time. second half, all hampton. make that all quienton cheiviouis. number 3, spins through traffic and gets the basket and the hu outscores savannah by 23 in the second half on way to a 75 to 52 blowout win. pirates remain undefeated meac play. against south carolina state----spartans in white---white hot from beyond the arc----charles olivers----team-high 19 points---6 made three pointers---- alex long was 5 of 6 from the
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loudest bucket he had all pointers---second in the meac after a 84-74 win. we'll have the latest weather updates tonight on wavy news 10 at 11...
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and delays. we the jury find the defendant guilty. >> actually think that they read the wrong verdict. >> you feel so alone and hopeless. >> it's like a shot in the chest.
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