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were left in the cold. detectives in hampton worked through freezing temperatures this morning to try to find out who shot a man. we just got an update from police -- coming up in our first ten minutes. and let the thawing out continue. we've a look at the few remaining trouble spots in hampton roads. good afternoon and thanks for joining us this midday - i'm lex gray. we're coming off a bitter cold weekend with a lots of different weather problems. but they're finally moving on out! here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk almost all the snow is gone here on the southside - but the same doesn't hold true up the peninsula. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center.. rest of today: mostly sunny. warmer this afternoon. highs will be in the mid-upper 40s. winds south 5-10mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows will be in the mid 30s.
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tuesday: partly cloudy. warmer. highs will be in the mid to upper 50s. winds south 10-15mph. high pressure will control the weather today, and we'll see lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures. we'll warm up even more tomorrow with highs in the 50s. a cold front will move into the region on wednesday. this will bring some rain showers. it will linger near or just off the coast into thursday. meanwhile an area of low pressure will form off the coast and will push moisture back up against the front. this will cause some more rain. however, some of the area may see this wrap up as snow late thursday as the low moves monitored over the next day or two. it does not look anything like last weeks system. next weekend looks great. fair skies and warmer
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let the clean-up begin! our morning crews found folks out and about on the peninsula - trying to get back to normal. some secondary roads in hampton still have ice lingering despite the sun. in newport news - many of the neighborhood streets are still a big mess. 10 on your side's jason marks spent the morning driving up and down the peninsula to show us what residents are dealing with. it's really a big mess. let show you want streets here in newport news look like and you can see why there is no school. a lot of the roads are just one big sheet of ice. the primary and the secondary roads look great but they were treated by public works and vdot. but crews dont come into the neighborhoods. there is no way school
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in because of safety. hopefully it will melt. reporting in newport news jason marks 10 on your side. when you need help first responders often come to the rescue. but this time -- they help! fairfax county fire and rescue crews got stuck
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call this weekend. no need to call for backup -- local neighbors grabbed shovels and dug out the fire truck. they even cleared the uphill street so firefighters could continue on their way. most of us will be done dealing with the snow and ice once it melts. but the effect of the storm will last much longer in mathews county. donk's theater has been an icon in the county since the 1940s. it's hosted famous entertainers over the years, and even earned a spot on the national list of historic places. but now - it's destroyed. the roof and some walls collapsed after winter weather blew through the peninsula. 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 like a death in the family." 17:29:28 because of the extensive damage, this piece of history is lost forever. a county building official told 10 on your side whatever is still standing will have to come down as well. only chopper 10 can show us the best view of the winter storm aftermath. you can see what parts of the hardest hit peninsula looked like just yesterday.
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clear, but some icy spots in the neighborhoods remain. compare chopper 10 - to this scene! people near philly are still digging out right now. the weekend's historic storm dropped nearly three feet of snow in some areas. this town in chester county was one of the worst hit areas. officials say snow fell at more than an inch an hour in some parts. a snow emergency for the region ended last night. as people across the east coast work to clear their streets - we're here to keep you up to speed on the latest clean-up efforts. coming up we'll take a look at conditions across the coast. hampton roads made it through the storm but today many schools and businesses are keeping their doors closed. you'll find the latest delays and today's closures on wavy dot com. you can also spend some of that time off flipping through our winter weather slide shows. thank you to every who sent in pictures and videos - as always, we can't tell this story without your help. residents in one military housing complex want answers after they
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during the storm this weekend. that meant - no heat and no hot water. it happened in the ben moreell complex near naval station norfolk. they say it started around noon on saturday - and nothing was restored until early sunday morning. they tell us they're not so much upset they lost heat - but that they felt help - and explanations did not come fast enough. marc sanders/lincoln military housing resident c0033 53:30 we kind of just sat around, we used heaters in our house to try to keep everything warm. we and bear with the roads for a bit and find food.53:48 the navy says they sent representatives door to door as soon as they were aware of the problem. but not true. our deanna leblanc is digging into the problem beginning 4. police in hampton are looking for a suspect who shot a man early this morning. we just found out from police -- the victim is doing better and is now expected to survive. the shooting
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road, off east pembroke avenue. workers at a nearby convience store tell us they heard about 10 shots. investigators say they do hot have any discription of a suspect. hampton police also need your help finding the person they say shot and killed a man saturday night. police found 42 year old leroy garer shot inside this car - on darnaby avenue just off shell road. if you have information that could help hampton police with either of these shootings -- call the crime line. investigators in chesapeake say a fire in a chimney spread through a townhouse sunday night. that's why 6 people who live there will have to find somewhere else to stay. here's a look at crews responding to the dominion pines neighborhood last night. firefighters found smoke and flames coming from the second floor. they got it under control in about 15 minutes. no one was hurt. earlier in the day - another fire in chesapeake forced 11 people out of their homes. it happened in south norfolk. firefighters say heavy flames shot from the roof of this apartment on border road. it took them about
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under control. they have not said yet what caused the fire. new at midday -- norfolk police need your help finding this man. detectives say he broke into chen's kitchen on tidewater drive just before two friday morning. surveillance video shows the man breaking into the store by smashing out a glass window. he stole money before leaving the business. if you have any information call the after a turbulent flight over the atlantic ocean. the american airlines miami to milan, italy when it hit severe turbulence last night. the pilot diverted the the flight to newfoundland. three flight attendants and four hospital. s/ jordan and karen case/ passengers :13 (karen) "we were just riding along and then turbulence, and it just kind of... (jordan) "the plane actually dropped." (karen) "it rolled on its side and everything went flying and people and, so it was pretty intense." butted s/ gustavo canga/ passenger :09 "i'm just happy to be alive, so, it was scary, and i was praying the
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very scary." american airlines made arrangements to put the passengers up in hotel rooms overnight. ten on your side has been covering the rising homicide rate in portsmouth. it has more than doubled in the last year. we keep hearing that, and reporting that, but what's being done 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. so -- where is that plan? one councilman says the time for talking is over, it's time for action. and today beginning at 4:00 councilman danny meeks lays out his "solve the crime plan" only to 10 on your side. clip 1 - (1;18 ) ((these people out here are crying in this community like every community are wanting more police protection and quality of life and they are paying their taxes just like everyone and they aren't getting it here either.)) (1;29) runs: 10 tonight, councilman danny meks tells 10 on your side specificly what the city needs to do to cut down on crime and get control of the problem. you can watch andy's report tonight on wavy
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folks across the east coast are just trying to get outside, today. coming up on midday - we'll take a look what our neighbors to the north saw this weekend - including conditions some say were worse than super storm sandy! plus - if you're going to run from the law, some advice: don't call 9-1-1. yep...it really happened. that story's coming up in about half an hour. procrastinators rejoice! you've got a few extra days to file taxes this year. we'll talk about why, and what you'll need to know before you file. the broncos pull off a big win. you'll hear from some very excited fans. and - we'll get a look at your super doppler 10 forecast. what you can expect in
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the massive east coast storm is over...but cleanup is just beginning. take a look at the damage from downed trees in raleigh, north carolina. heavy snow, ice, and wind can make winter storms extremely dangerous when trees or other structures can't handle the extra weight. the winter storm slammed much of the east coast, killing at least 30 people. officials in some of the biggest cities up the east coast are encouraging their citizens to stay patient. (mayor bill de blasio, new york city) leave your car where it is. don't try to shovel it out today. it's not quite business as usual today, major cities like new york, baltimore, philadelphia, and the washington, d.c. are still digging out. in philadelphia, the flights startred going out again...other mass transit will slowly get back online throughout the day. the new york travel ban has been lifted since early sunday morning. subway and rail lines will run today but residents are encouraged to avoid driving. and for our neighbors to the north in the d.c.
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virginia - federal and state government are closed again today. (gov. terry mcauliffe, (d) virginia) this was a major event. there was a tremendous amount of snow. i caution everybody. it's going to take a while to remove all of this snow. the d-c area saw about two feet of snow. beyond the snow, people on parts of the jersey shore found themselves dealing with significant flooding from a storm surge. residents say it was much worse than expected. hundreds of homes surrounded by about five feet of water. not even superstorm sandy did this much damage here. mayor christopher fox west wildwood, new jersey mayor "it's tough to get through. your talking about debris coming in front of you. boats coming off the waterway crossing in front of your path. its dangerous..very dangerous. just -- there's nothing that's not replaceable and west wildwood wasn't not the only shore town under water. ocean city and sea isle city were surrounded. further north, the damage
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in belmar - a drone captured the before and after of emergency dunes in place. high tide brought big waves on shore in massachusetts. waves up to 13-feet tall crashed over abarrier wall - causing minor flooding. residents took precautions to protect their houses... boarding up windows facing the ocean. thankfully the surge was short-lived and waves settled down as the tide went out. here in hampton roads - some of us saw our typical tidal flooding in problem areas - like the hague in norfolk. usually - you'd see people walking around of roads in that area were shut down while the water was high. ( weather anim - with track) rest of today: mostly sunny. warmer this afternoon. highs will be in the mid-upper 40s. winds south 5-10mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows will be in the mid 30s. winds south 5-10mph. tuesday: partly cloudy. warmer. highs will be in the mid to upper 50s.
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high pressure will control the weather today, and we'll see lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures. we'll warm up even more tomorrow with highs in the 50s. a cold front will move into the region on wednesday. this will bring some rain showers. it will linger near or just off the coast into thursday. meanwhile an area of low pressure will form off the coast and will push moisture back up against the front. this will cause some more rain. however, some of the area may see this wrap up as snow late thursday as the low moves farther out to sea. the chance is low at this time, but this will have to be monitored over the next day or two. it does not look anything like last weeks system. next weekend looks great. fair skies and warmer
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story when we have major weather events. you help us tell the story when we have major
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still ahead on midday - getting ready for tax time. there are a few changes you need to know about before you file. plus -- this weekend's storm took out a piece of
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at the same time every year - tax season rolls around - but filing this year will be different than years past. nbc's chris clackum is on your side with tips on the changes. (standup/chris clackum / nbc news :00 - :13) "first off for filing your 2015 taxes this year..if you're prone to procrastinate... you're going to have four extra days to file this year... the deadline's been moved to april 18th" that's because it's a leap year and there will be a february 29th. plus... friday the 15th is a holiday in washington, dc where the i-r-s is headquartered. (standup/chris clackum / nbc news :24 - :32) "something else 'different' this year... are the 1095 forms which you'll have to file describing where you purchased your health insurance" the penalty for not having health insurance goes up considerably... to $325 or 2 percent of taxable income... whichever is greater. (standup/chris clackum reporting :43 - :55) "also going up is the number of taxpayers who file electronically...which means those due a refund that averaged $2797 last
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quicker" another reason to file quickly, though...do it before an identity thief does. the i-r-s says cybercrooks are as busy as ever at stealing social security numbers... and filing false claims where they, not you, pocket the refund. chris clackum, nbc news. get yourself to the gas pump! prices have been plummeting, but that could change. according to a lundberg survey, we are seeing the lowest prices in seven years! across the nation the average drivers are paying a dollar-and-91 cents per gallon for regular gas. this could be short lived. on friday, the price of oil bumped up, pressuring refiners to raise their wholesale price. we're always on your side helping you find the lowest gas prices. you can find them on our website wavy dot com. just hover over the traffic tab and click on gas prices. currently the cheapest gas is on the peninsula
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wavy news 10 midday i'm lex gray here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... rest of today: mostly sunny. warmer this in the mid-upper 40s. winds south 5-10mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows will winds south 5-10mph. tuesday: partly cloudy. warmer. highs will be in the mid to upper 50s. winds south 10-15mph. high pressure will control the weather today, and we'll see lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures. we'll warm up even more tomorrow with highs in the 50s. a cold front will move into the region on wednesday. this will bring some rain showers. it will linger
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coast into thursday. meanwhile an area of low pressure will form off the coast and will push moisture back up against the front. this will cause some more rain. however, some of the area may see this wrap up as snow late thursday as the low moves farther out to sea. the chance is low at this time, but this will have to be monitored over the next day or two. it does not look anything like last weeks system. next weekend looks great. fair skies and warmer temperatures. let the clean-up begin! our morning crews found folks out and about on the peninsula - trying to get back to normal. some secondary roads in hampton still have ice lingering despite the sun. only chopper 10 can show us the best view of the winter storm aftermath. you can see what parts of the hardest hit peninsula yesterday. the main road looks clear, but some icy spots remain. compare chopper 10 - to this scene! people near out
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weekend's historic storm dropped nearly three feet of snow in some areas. this town in chester county was one of the worst hit areas. officials say snow fell at more than an inch an hour in some parts. a snow emergency for the region ended last night. v-dot teams from hampton roads are helping other areas in the state dig out. crews rolled out yesterday to help crews in northern virginia and lynchburg. these are pictures of them leaving shortly after sunrise sunday. 36 workers left with snow plows, spreaders, and motor graders to help vdot with critical snow clearing operations. they'll join teams already working around the clock to clear out the snow. the winter weather blanketed roads in mathews county and the gloucester area. while the roads begin to clear today, we still saw several car accidents over the weekend. and as 10 on your side's matt gregory will tell you - a piece of history taken forever by the storms. you don't have to know the history of donk's theater to call the collapse devastating.
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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 by when i was two years 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 inside virginia' little ole opry, c0005 17:31:10 "lots of great memories and lots of great experiences, dolly porterwagnerand little jimmy dickens." 17:31:16 friday nights weather pulled the final curtain on donk's theater inspector jamie wilkes says the heavy wind, the the roof. jamie wilkes / inspector c0014 17:36:50 "when a commercial building usually catastrophicand 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
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theater means not just to the smith family but mathews county. 17:32:16 "we plan to make music somehow somewhere wewill do it." 17:32:21 that was matt gregory reporting. head to wavy dot com for a closer look the damage. an iconic bowling alley in northwest virginia also couldn't hold up under the weight of this weekend's heavy snowstorm. "wayne lanes" has been in waynesboro for more than 35 years. now it's condemned after the roof buckled under the snowfall late saturday night. nearly 2 feet of snow blanketed that area. luckily, no one was hurt. but many residents are heartbroken over the loss of a business that hosted so many memories. the owner has insurance on the alley. it will remain closed for now. the owner has not said whether he'll rebuild. you'll find the latest delays and today's closures on wavy dot com. you can also spend some of that time off flipping through our winter weather slide shows. thank you to every who sent in
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and videos - as always, we can't tell this story without your help. for now -- the coast guard has called off the search for a man reported missing near hatteras island. crews from elizabeth city looked for him for eight hours after someone reported him missing saturday night. the coast guard found hunting gear that matched the description of what the man had on his 23-foot boat. they haven't said if or when they'll start searching again. residents in one military housing complex want answers after they say they lost natural gas during the storm this weekend. that meant - no heat and no hot water. it happened in the ben moreell complex near naval station norfolk. they say it started around noon on saturday - and nothing was restored until early sunday morning. they tell us they're not so much upset they lost heat - but that they felt help - and explanations did not come fast enough. marc sanders/lincoln military housing resident c0033 53:30 we kind of just sat around, we used heaters in our house to try to keep everything warm. we had two heaters. 53:35 butted 53:40 as far
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cook so we had to go out and bear with the roads for a bit and find food.53:48 the navy says they sent representatives door to door as soon as they were aware of the problem. but residents say - that's not true. our deanna leblanc is digging into the problem - look for her updates beginning today on wavy news 10 at 4. police in hampton are looking for a suspect who shot a man early this morning. we just found out from police -- the victim is doing better and is now expected to survive. the shooting around midnight on smiley road, off east pembroke nearby convience store tell us they heard about 10 shots. investigators say they do hot have any discription of a suspect. hampton police also need your help finding the person they say shot and killed a man saturday night. police found 42 year old leroy garer shot inside this car - on darnaby avenue just off shell road. if you have information that could help hampton police with either of these shootings -- call the crime line. investigators in chesapeake say a fire in a chimney spread through a townhouse
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that's why 6 people who live there will have to find somewhere else to stay. here's a look at crews responding to the dominion pines neighborhood last night. firefighters found smoke and flames coming from the second floor. they got it under control in about 15 minutes. no one was hurt. earlier in the day - another fire in chesapeake forced 11 people out of their homes. it happened in south norfolk. firefighters say heavy flames shot from the roof of this apartment on border road. it took them about 30 minutes to get it under control. they have not said yet what caused the fire. new at midday -- norfolk police need your help finding this man. detectives say he broke into chen's kitchen on tidewater drive just before two friday morning. surveillance video shows the man breaking into the store by smashing out a glass window. he stole money before leaving the business. if you have any information call the after a turbulent flight over the atlantic ocean. the american airlines flight was heading from
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when it hit severe turbulence last night. the pilot diverted the the flight to newfoundland. three flight attendants and four passengers went to the hospital. s/ jordan and karen case/ passengers :13 (karen) "we were just riding along and then turbulence, and it just kind of... (jordan) "the plane actually dropped." (karen) "it rolled on its side and everything went flying and people and, so it was pretty intense." butted s/ gustavo canga/ passenger :09 "i'm just happy to be alive, so, it was scary, and i was praying the whole time because it was very scary." american airlines made arrangements to put the passengers up in hotel rooms overnight. a man hunt in california turned into a rescue mission when two fugitives decided sitting in jail is better than freezing to death. law enforcement stopped the vehicle in the high sierra for swerving. that's when the two men jumped out and ran into the woods. officers found a gun and drugs in the car. but soon freezing temperatures became more than they could bear -- and the fugitives call
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(lt. jim byers/ el dorado because they knew they were going to be dry and warm." the two wanted men had to huddle together overnight to keep warm until the swat team finally found them saturday morning. we're one week away from the caucuses in iowa and tonight the three deomcratic presidential candidates will take part in a town hall. former secretary hillary clinton, former governor martin o'malley, and senator bernie sanders will answer questions, individually tonight. they'll be at drake university in des moines. this is the last democratic forum before iowa's february first caucuses and the first vote in the nation. in north carolina - a battle over the ballot is set to begin today. that's when a federal judge will hear testimony in a lawsuit - aiming to reverse a law that requires voters to present a photo i-d. the n-double-a-c-p and the justice department say that law discriminates against minorities and violates the constitution. republicans say it keeps the integrity of the elections. the requirement is new -
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march primaries if the judge upholds the law. ten on your side has been covering the rising homicide rate in portsmouth. it has more than doubled in the last year. we keep hearing that, and reporting that, but what's being done 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. so -- where is that plan? one councilman says the time for talking is over, it's time for action. and today beginning at 4:00 councilman danny meeks lays out his "solve the crime plan" only to 10 on your side. clip 1 - (1;18 ) ((these protection and quality of life and they are paying their taxes just like everyone and they aren't getting it here either.)) (1;29) runs: 10 tonight, councilman danny meks tells 10 on your side specificly what the city needs to do to cut down on crime and get control of the problem. you can watch andy's
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as the investigation into the water crisis in michigan continues - many residents still don't have drinking water. but one group pulls together to help those in need. plus - a massive snowball fight at a virginia university. you'll see who came out on top. and looking through the lens of towercam ten, the sun is out and melting the snow and ice. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is back with his forecast and when that snow will
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people in alaska are worried about aftershocks earthquake. check out the impact of the quake from saturday morning. officials say the quake caused gas leaks and fires at four homes. they exploded and were completely destroyed. the quake also knocked out power to nearly five-thousand people. about 30 homes were evacuated, but no one was hurt in the quake. officials say it's one of alaska's strongest earthquakes in decades. a six-point-three magnitude earthquake shook spain's southern coast early today. it was followed by six smaller aftershocks. emergency services recieved 240 calls from residents who were alarmed. many people callled in to report damage to buildings, but thankfully there are no reports of injuries. the earthquake also knocked out power for many people. today students are staying home as crews inspect schools for damage. one town in ohio is dealing with contaminated water right now. schools are closed in sebring after water samples tested positive for unsafe
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e-p-a is moving to revoke the license of the town's water treatment operator after it took three months to warn the public about the unsafe water. there is a water advisory in effect for pregnant women and for children. the ohio e-p-a is demanding the village fix the lead pipes and continue testing the water. in the meantime -- the e-p-a will provide up to 25 thousand dollars for water filtration for the village. this on the heels of a massive water crisis in flint, michigan. our sister station w-l-n-s joined members of a local church who reached out to undocumented immigrants - afraid to pick up free suplies, because of their legal status. alexis rosado helped spread the word - that help is available for everyone who needs it. [duration:0:03] lansing's christo rey church packs a truck filled with baby wipes and a semi filled with water. in an effort to help undocumented families in flint. take super john castillo cristo rey church
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of, oh what immigration is going to come tomorrow and pick me up and deport me. and, and that should not happen!"> [duration:0:11] our lady of guadalupe church in flint is the destination for cristo rey's supplies. volunteers there have been handing out water, filters, and test kits to residents in flint-- and some are afraid to take any hand-outs. take super mary mosqueda flint church member [duration:0:14] victoria arteago is an immigration attorney in flint, she says even though state officials have anounced that i-d's are not required-- and that everyone is entitled to resources--- that's hasn't really been the case. take super victoria arteaga flint immigration attorney
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there to help. tonight show host jimmy fallon is rallying support for flint during the city's water crisis. the comedian tweeted using the hashtag water for flint - announcing a 10-thousand dollars donation to water improvement efforts. fallon didn't stop there... he's calling for others to join him in donating. in his tweet... fallon asked "how about 10 friends match me." switching back to the winter weather, college students got out to enjoy the snow when classes were cancelled. nats of yelling you're watching the annual snowball fight between the corps of cadets and civilian students at virginia tech. you can see hundreds of people in blacksburg took this seriously. the handy cadets used recycling bins
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"the adrenaline is working right now so i can't feel it at all, i mean we're going to have to be better," butt to "my game plan is just go straight forward and take everything and i'm ready" "so you're going to be the sacrifice? "yeah the sacrifice!" other students also said they came ready to battle. there really wasn't a clear winner, you could see everyone who showed up had a whole lot of fun. (weather anim - with track) sunny. warmer this afternoon. highs will be in the mid-upper 40s. winds south 5-10mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows will be in the mid 30s. winds south 5-10mph. tuesday: partly cloudy. warmer. highs will be in the mid to upper 50s. winds south 10-15mph. high pressure will
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today, and we'll see lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures. we'll warm up even more tomorrow with highs in the 50s. a cold front will move into the region on wednesday. this will bring some rain showers. it will linger near or just off the coast into thursday. meanwhile an area of low front. this will cause some more rain. however, some of the area may see this wrap up as snow late thursday as the low moves farther out to sea. the chance is low at this time, but this will have to be monitored over the next day or two. it does not look anything like last weeks system. next weekend looks great. fair skies and warmer
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it's safe to say broncos fans experienced a thriller that will be rememeberd for quite some time. the a-f-c championship game between the denver broncos and the new england patriots came down to the final seconds. with just 17 seconds left to go - the patriots' rob gronkowski made a tremendous catch! but it just wasn't enough. the celebrations in denver are well underway. peyton manning is headed to his fourth super bowl 18-year career. the broncos organization have tied the steelers and the cowboys with eight super bowl bids - the most in nfl history. minutes after the broncos clinched the a-f-c title game, employees at this t- shirt shop got to work. the shop is printing up more than four thousand shirts to be distributed to stores around the area. the owners and life long broncos fans worked through the night to get the gear to fellow fans, first thing this morning. last night during the n-f-c championship against the arizona cardinals- one panthers fan's
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right onto the field. watch carfully - just moments after this touchdown on an interception by all- pro carolina linebacker luke keuchly. watch as keuchly celebrates by high five-ing spectators along the endzone wall. a man trying to join in on the celebration falls over the wall! keuchly tried to give the fan a hand back up. the good news the fan walked away from the tumble. the denver broncos will face-off against the carolina panthers next month. super bowl 50 is february 7-th at levi's stadium in santa clara, california. thank you for watching
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