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lex gray. tate today: mainly sunny with highs in the mid-upper monday: increasing clouds with an isolated evening shower possible. highs in the lower 70s. wind: sw/n pressure is well offshore, but it's still monday, but expect another very warm day ahead of it. highs will hover around 70 degrees to kick-off the workweek. by. otherwise, the front just bring additional clouds. tuesday brings cooler weather behind the front, but it warms up again wednesday ahead of another stronger front that'll bring scattered showers and storms to our area wednesday afternoon & evening. the front stalls offshore thursday, but it looks like a low will develop on front and bring us more moisture on friday. for now, the weekend looks great. new this morning -- we're working to find out
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new this morning -- we're working to find out more about a person who got shot in virginia beach. dispatchers say it happened around 12:50 this morning. police responded to newtown arch -- that's off newtown road in the arrowhead neighborhood. the victim was taken to the hospital. when we find out more about the person's injuries or any suspects, we'll let you know. virginia state police call a situation on the interstate this morning
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troopers spent more than two hours investigating, after they got a call about a person laying on the shoulder of i-64. the call came in around 2:20 this morning. troopers say they found a woman lying on i-64 west at the off-ramp to northampton boulevard. she had some kind of injury, and paramedics took her to sentara norfolk general. we're working to find out more about how she was hurt, and how she ended up there. look for updates during our next two hours of news. a viewer sent us this picture showing the scene of a motorcycle accident. it happened in chesapeake -- near kempsville road and greenbrier parkway. dispatchers say paramedics responded around 2:30 -- but they couldn't confirm if anyone was hurt. the motorycle was the only vehicle involved. police now say a man killed his mom in norfolk. that's new information on a shooting we first told you about saturday morning on wavy-dot-com. police arrested 22-year-old shawn hunter. they say he shot his mom several times. police rushed to the home on westcliff drive around 9 a-m. they took 43-year-old sonya hunter to the hospital, where she later
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near the scene, but police say none of them were hurt. we expect to learn more today about the charges against shawn hunter. look for updates tonight on wavy news 10 at 6. for the first time since a devastating murder suicide earlier this week for the first time since a devastating murder suicide earlier this week -- we're hearing from a member of the family. family and friends of the dooley family gathered at temple baptist church for a private vigil saturday evening. six of the dooleys died in a murder- suicide in chesapeake. michael dooley's brother and mother were two of those victims. he thanked the community for its kindness and prayers after this tragedy. michael dooley - family member c38 31:20 - while outpouring of love and support of our family and friends and community. :27 we remain confident and we'll continue to cling to the old rugged cross. chesapeake police attended and helped out at the vigil. we understand they will also play a role in the family's services.
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a man whose body was found in the lafayette river. police say his name was david isaac -- and he was 25 years old. we first told you about this friday afternoon, when some teenagers saw his body and called 9-1-1. norfolk police pulled him out. they say the medical examiner is still working to find out how he died. people who live in portsmouth will get the chance to speak directly to city leaders. the city held sessions saturday. 10 on your side's joe fisher listened to residents at woodrow wilson high school. they told officials what they'd like to see prioritized in the city budget next year. seventy percent said public safety is the most important issue. most said they want to see improvement in police and fire services. dr. lydia pettis-patton/portsmouth city manager ((c197 43:28)) "that's important across this nation: safety, safety, safety . in everything we do. in the schools, in the community, everyone wants that." everyone wants that...but not everyone is willing to pay. that issue is coming up in our next half hour of
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plus, how you can share your ideas with the city. we are now just a day away from the iowa caucuses. and in the last major poll, hillary clinton and donald trump are on top. the bloomberg-des moines register poll shows the democratic race is close to a dead heat. clinton leads by three percent over vermont senator bernie sanders. that is within the polls margin of error. on the republican side, donald trump leads ted cruz by five points. marco rubio is third, 15 points behind trump. the candidates got in some last minute campaigning before the voters go to the polls tommorrow. donald trump was in davenport, iowa raising money for a fund that helps wounded warriors get service dogs. liberty university president jerry falwell junior joined him. falwell recently endorsed trump for the republican nomination. at the event, trump talked about missing the last debate and his relationship with fox news. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) i love fox. i think fox is do the debate. it didn't do well. i opened something up. we
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dollars in one hour for the vets (cheers) and i was so proud of it. trump also held campaign rallies in other cities around iowa. trump also held campaign rallies in other cities around iowa. meanwhile, hillary clinton held a big rally in carroll, iowa. her daughter chelsea appeared on the stage. she talked about why her mother would make the best president for the united states. the caucuses come as the clinton campaign faces a new wave of controversy. the state department says it found top secret emails on clinton's private server. despite that -- clinton says she is confident the latest revelations won't stop her from winning the nomination. "i'm really not concerned because it's the same story that has been that as they are about what we're going to do campaign, because that's what iowans and americans talk to me about. it's like benghazi monica. republicans are going to continue to attack." you can learn more about
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press later this morning. republican senator ted cruz and senator marco rubio will be on the show talking about the race ahead of the votes tomorrow and how their campaigns are doing. senator bernie sanders will be on to talk about the very close race on the democratic side. you can see those interviews right here on wavy tv 10 starting at 9, right after the today show. violence at a motorcycle expo in denver. we'll tell you who investigators say were involved. plus, some escaped inmates in california are back behind bars. how police were able to catch look at some creations of middle and high school students from all over the
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a 10 time saver traffic reminder for you. the midtown tunnel is still closed. here's a live look from our traffic cam. crews are taking down the elizabeth- river-trail pedestrian bridge. the tunnel will be shut down until 5 o'clock monday morning at the latest. your main alternate is the downtown tunnel. and the tunnel re-opens earlier than expect -- we'll be sure to let you know. and remember, we are on your side every weekday morning to make sure you are ready for the roads. tune into wavy news 10 tomorrow at 4:30 for the latest on traffic conditions with jen lewis. they call it the march madness of robotics. more than 500 students came to n- s-u this weekend to compete in a robotics competition. the students come from all around virginia. they're most middle and
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event. doctor patricia mead says this is a way to teach students about science, engineering and technical opportunities. as for the robots... patricia mead c0053 57.58 automated i guess you might say." teams from as far as the west virginia border took part in the competition. a woman finds a way to escape from police officers chasing her. you won't believe how she managed to do it. and -- a police in search for answers after a baby is killed. more about what happened
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we've learned much more about a robbery in hampton we first told you about friday night. police say a store employee shot two men as they tried to rob him. 18-year-old timothy johnson died at the scene. the other suspect had to be taken to the hospital, friday night at the gift card atm store on west mercury boulevard. investigators say the store employee was legally carrying the gun when he shot the two suspects. so he won't face any charges. we expect to learn more about the suspect who survived, once he's out of the hospital. police in jacksonville, florida say gang members killed a 22 month old boy in a drive-by shooting. authorities say the little boy got caught in the middle of the shooting. it happened friday night near a sports complex.
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baby was in the car with his mother and grandmother, when another car drove up. the people inside started shooting at a nearby home. but several bullets went into the car, hitting the boy in the shoulder and stomach. paramedics took him to the hospital, where he sheriff's dept.:11 ) "multiple times. a 22-month-old, little baby boy shot multiple times. the senselessness of it can't be overstated." no one else was hurt in the shooting. police say they are pouring their resources into finding out who killed the little boy. one person is dead and several others are hurt after two motorcycle gangs started shooting at each other at a motorcycle expo in denver. denver police say gunfire broke out and a stabbing happened at the event. five people total were wounded, including the person who died. our affiliate in denver reports police officers are members of one of the clubs involved. the other is listed as a major gang by the f-b-i. police haven't arrested anybody but they are questioing at least one
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police in california say two inmates that escaped from jail last week are back in custody. authorities say they caught 37-year-old hossein nayeri and 20-year-old jonathan tieu yesterday morning after someone spotted them in a stolen van. police say when officers went up to the cars, one of the inmates started running, but police chased him down. the sherriff says officials have already tightened security at the jail, and more changes will come after an police dept. :27 "we have individuals back into custody as quickly as us... the third inmate who escaped surrendered friday. people in indianapolis are saying goodbye to a beloved principal who was hit and killed by a bus as he saved two children. hundreds gathered in a church to remember susan jordan. she was the prinicpal at an elementary school.
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during dismissal tuesday, a school bus jumped the curb. jordan jumped in front of the bus and pushed two children out of the way. she died instantly. the two children were seriously hurt, but are going to recover. school officials called jordan a hero, saying she died doing what she loved. cities all over the country are pulling together to help collect bottled water for flint, michigan. in ohio, a school outside cincinnati and police officers teamed up to collect enough bottles to fill three trailers. people in rochester were able to fill and entire school bus with water bottles to send to flint. and in raleigh, organizers say they collected more than 15-thousand water bottles. s/dionne blanks/raleigh organizer :15 "we take water for granted, and we was something that small water now." the water will be delivered to flint
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highs in the mid-upper 60s. wind: sw 10-15mph. tonight: mainly clear with lows in the upper 40s. wind: sw 10-15mph. monday: increasing clouds with an isolated evening shower possible. highs in the lower 70s. wind: sw/n 10-15mph. a southerly wind will help to warm us up into the 60s today. high pressure is well offshore, but it's still ridging into our area leading to lots of sunshine. a cold front
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monday, but expect another very warm day ahead of it. highs will hover around 70 degrees to kick-off the workweek. the front crosses on monday evening, and an isolated shower or two is possible as it moves on by. otherwise, the front will just bring additional clouds. tuesday brings cooler weather behind the front, but it warms up again wednesday ahead of another stronger front that'll bring scattered showers and storms to our area wednesday afternoon & evening. the front stalls offshore thursday, but it looks like a low will develop on front and bring us more moisture on friday. for now, the weekend looks great. up next, a good samaritan helps out a pup in need. we'll show you the
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police in georgia say three people died in a today: mainly sunny with highs in the mid-upper 60s. wind: sw 10-15mph. tonight: mainly clear with lows in the upper 40s. wind: sw 10-15mph. monday: increasing clouds with an isolated evening shower possible. highs in the lower 70s. wind: sw/n 10-15mph. a southerly wind will help to warm us up into the 60s today. high pressure is well offshore, but it's still ridging into our area leading to lots of sunshine. a cold front will approach the area on monday, but expect another very warm day
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hover around 70 degrees to kick-off the workweek. the front crosses on monday evening, and an isolated shower or two is possible as it moves on by. otherwise, the front will just bring additional clouds. tuesday brings cooler weather behind the front, but it warms up again wednesday ahead of another stronger front that'll bring scattered showers and storms to our area wednesday afternoon & evening. the front stalls offshore like a low will develop on front and bring us more up next, a good samaritan helps out a pup in need. i try hard to get a great shape. this... i can do easily. benefiber healthy shape helps curb cravings. it's a clear, taste-free daily supplement... ...that's clinically proven to help keep me fuller longer. benefiber healthy shape. this, i can do.
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police in georgia say three people died in a small plane crash. the plane went down and off from southwest georgia yesterday afternoon. the
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only people on board. there still isn't any indication as to what went wrong. police say federal officials will try to figure that out. saturday "we are waiting for the they've taken over the investigation, additional information will be available. right now, we have a critical stress team incident counselor that's talking to the family." officials closed the airport for several hours after the crash. a woman found a way to escape from police. she did it by stealing one of their cruisers! it happened in california. police say they were chasing down an s-u-v suspected of being involved in a burglary. two men got out of the vehicle, and started running away. police chased them down. but an third person they were with, 26- year-old yadira murillo got out of the s-u-v and into an officer's cruiser. she dragged an officer trying to stop her for several feet. police tried to chase her down, but she got away.
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into the car obviously it that from happening and throwing the officer to the ground." the officer involved was treated at a local hospital -- but is going to survive. a massive fire took out a 70-year-old beef cattle auction business in lexington, kenucky. fire officials say it started around two in the afternoon at the blue grass stockyards. more than 120 firefighters battled it...but seven acres burned. strong wind made the job even more difficult...and caused the fire to spread to nearby businesses. s/ jim akers / chief operating officer, blue involved some other businesses and structures on down the street. there's a couple car lots and a mulch business." no one was hurt -- but there were 20 cows inside the yards, and all of them are believed to be dead. fire officials are
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caused the fire. a man saved a dog from a rushing river. a man saw a woman in distress in iowa yesterday. he looked into the des moines river and saw her dog struggling in the current. the woman couldn't swim. so the man went into the water to get the dog. he was able to pull it to safety. it appears it is going to be okay. l/ des moines, iowa a virginia tech freshman charged with murder. more ahead about the young victim, and the more than just the big game itself. a look at some of the new
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good sunday morning, hanks for joining us, i'm lex gray and i'm meteorologist deitra tate today: mainly sunny with highs in the mid-upper 60s. wind: sw 10-15mph. tonight: mainly clear with lows in the upper the lower 70s. wind: sw/n 10-15mph. a southerly wind will help ridging into our area leading to lots of sunshine. a cold front hover around 70 degrees to kick-off the workweek.
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monday evening, and an isolated shower or two is possible as it moves on cooler weather behind the front, but it warms up again wednesday ahead of front stalls offshore thursday, but it looks like a low will develop on front and bring us more moisture on friday. for now, the weekend looks great. new this morning -- we're working to find out more about a person who got shot in virginia beach. dispatchers say it happened around 12:50 this morning. police responded to
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off newtown road in the arrowhead neighborhood. the victim was taken to the hospital. when we find out more about the person's injuries or any suspects, we'll let you know. virginia state police call a situation on the interstate this morning "unusual." troopers spent more than two hours investigating, after they got a call about a person laying on the shoulder of i-64. the call came in around 2:20 this morning. troopers say they found a woman lying on i-64 west at the off-ramp to northampton boulevard. she had some kind of injury, and paramedics took her to sentara norfolk general. we're working to find out more about how she was hurt, and how she ended up there. look for updates during our next two hours of news. two people are dead and a teenager and a child are both in the hospital after someone shot them. it happened in caroline county - just north of richmond. police say just after 9:45 friday night - calls came in about a shooting at the family's home. an 18-year-old girl and 7-year-old boy are in stable condition at mary washington
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fredricksburg. neighbors close to the family say this comes as a shock. "i have worked in their house. i did the addition he put on his house last stunner." the caroline county sheriff says, "this investigation is ongoing...please keep the gray family in your time." police in blacksburg announced a missing 13-year-old girl - is dead. and an 18-year-old virginia tech student is in jail. we showed you nicole lovell's picture after she went missing around midnight tuesday. we've learned searchers found her body around 4 this afternoon in surry county, north carolina - that is northwest of winston-salem near the virginia state line. they've now charged virginia tech freshman david eisenhauer with her murder. investigators have not said how the two are connected. officers from six different agencies and hundreds of
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search. we will continue to follow the investigation and bring you updates as they come in. these pictures show the scene of a two car crash in portsmouth saturday. dispatchers say it happened just before 11 a-m, on des moines avenue near deep creek boulevard. paramedics took people to the hospital, but dispatchers could not say how many or how badly they were hurt. we'll let you know if we learn more. safer streets and better schools. portsmouth residents want to see those issues as a priority in next year's budget. 10 on your side's joe fisher was there -- as they took their message to city wilson high school saturday -- say public safety is the most important issue in the city of portsmouth. dr. lydia pettis-patton/portsmouth city manager ((c197 43:28)) "that's important community, everyone wants that." that majority -- urging agreed school safety should be a top priority. already the district has resource officers at bracy/portsmouth public schools
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42:39)) "what we want to do is to at least expand one security officer into our middle schools, because things happen." one of many improvements the district hopes to make. others include hiring additional teachers to knock down class sizes -- and expanding vocational learning opportunities. funding that's hard to get when less than 50 percent of the room has a favorable view of the school district. sarah duncan hinds/portsmouth school board ((c196 31:35)) "i found to increase the funding for the schools." the same goes for public safety and other city it happen. dr. lydia pettis-patton/portsmouth city manager ((c197 49:55)) "i think you have to look at a balance. money is not the answer to can't answer that at this time. because we are still reviewing, reflecting and refocusing." dr. patton says city staff will compile the data from residents and use it prioritizing funds for fiscal year 2017. 10 on your side's joe fisher reporting. this was the first of three public input sessions. the city will host another meeting this coming thursday night at i.c. norcom high school. and the last meeting will be next saturday morning at churchland high school. you can see the
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on wavy-dot-com. the city of portsmouth is also inching closer to hiring a new police chief. about 50 people got to hear from the final three candidates yesterday afternoon at i.c. norcom high school. interim chief dennis mook came to the department after chief ed hargis retired in june. the portsmouth police department expects a new chief to be hired sometime in february. snowmobilers die after they get swept up in an avalanche. more on what happened during our next 15 minutes. plus, a man in hampton barricades himself inside his home. we'll show you the police response and how it ended. but up next, the super bowl is only a week away. we're giving you a look at some of the experiences fans in santa clara get to
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football fans in san francisco are getting the ultimate super bowl experience... with plenty of activities and sights to see leading up to the big game. cristina rendon gives us a look at what football fans get to enjoy. the ultimate football francisco's moscone center. there's so much to do and see. you can punt, pass, kick, throw, and run drills like the stars. mos says: "we threw some environment... you know, feels like you're on a
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all 49 of the past championship super bowl rings are on display. greer says: "oh, it's awesome because it represents a lot of my fan." cover below bite with shots of first and last real small at the beginning and they're god awful at the very end." watching fans at this interactive theme park made me want to get in on turns out, i run a pretty slow forty yard dash and i didn't stand a chance to the guy next to me. up next, taking steps to end a civil war. more on the upcoming peace talks
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police got called out to a home at leta court near threechopt road for what they are calling a domestic incident. they saw a man with a handgun inside the house. he refused to talk to officers. the swat and negoitiations team came out and contacted the man. he then came out peacefully and police arrested him. nobody was hurt. a fire in chesapeake burned so intensely --- it spread from a house to shed. people started calling 9-1-1 just after 10
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the fire. heavy smoke and fire shot through the roof of this house on spar street. fire officials say embers from the fire spread to the neighbor's shed. no one was home when the fire started -- so no one got hurt. jimmy gilleon/neighbor 45.20 "i was sittin in my was and saw smoke coming. so i grabbed my phone and of the size of the fire when they arrived on started the the red cross is helping the family. firefighters have not said what started the fire. five people died when an avalanche buried them while they were snowmobiling in british columbia. all of the victims were men between the ages of 41 and 55. they were all from alberta. the snowmobiliers were among several groups on the trails saturday afternoon when the avalanche hit. an official says this could have been a lot worse if other snowmobilers didn't
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s/ rod whelpton/ search and rescue manager :17 "there was quite a few fast, simple, everybody did the right thing. that's all i can say." snowmobiling trails are closed on the mountain. snowmobiling trails are closed on the mountain. an expert will now try to figure out what caused the avalanche. syria's main opposition group arrived for peace talks in geneva yesterday. they say they are eager to negotiate and end the civil war. a 17 member delegation from the opposition group is expected to have a meeting with a u-n mediator today. the group reversed a boycott and agreed to attend the u-n sponsored talks. their absence would have threatened to wreck the first attempt in two years to find a diplomatic solution to the syrian civil war. the opposition group says it wants to talk about humanitarian issues before engaging in the peace talks. s/ salim al-muslat/ syrian opposition spokesman :15 "we are
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you know, on the ground, there in syria. we should really stop these massacres against our people." the five-year war in syria has killed 250,000 people and displaced millions. police in slovenia say a massive pileup involving dozens of cars and trucks in dense fog killed four people. the accident happened on a major highway that connects the capital of the country with the adriatic coast. dozens of crumpled cars littered the highway, some of them even got stuck undeneath trucks. police say a total of 70 cars were involved. the highway was closed for hours as emergency crews struggled to help victims and clear the scene. health officials in colombia say the number of pregnant women infected by the zika virus has increased dramitcally. more than 2-thousand women have the virus. however, none of the babies born to mothers
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colombia have develeoped microcephaly. that's a birth defect that prevents the fetal brain from developing properly. it also causes infants to have smaller than normal heads. the government in colombia is urging women to dela getting pregnant for six to eight months to avoid potential infection. officials expect 700-thousand people in colombia to get the virus in the next few months. 60s. wind: sw 10-15mph. with an isolated evening shower possible. highs in the lower 70s. wind: sw/n 10-15mph. a southerly wind will help
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the 60s today. high pressure is well offshore, but it's still ridging into our area leading to lots
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will approach the area on monday, but expect another very warm day ahead of it. highs will hover around 70 degrees to kick-off the workweek. the front crosses on monday evening, and an isolated shower or two is clouds. tuesday brings cooler weather behind the front, but it warms up again wednesday ahead of another stronger front that'll bring scattered showers and storms to our area wednesday afternoon & evening. the front stalls offshore thursday, but it looks like a low will develop on front and bring us more moisture on friday. for now, the weekend looks
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in case you missed it -- we've got highlights from the sag awards last night. the awards were held in los angeles. leonardo dicaprio finally broke a winless streak, he won the award for best actor in film. it was his 9th nomination. brie larson took home best actress honors. the sag awards also honor the top actors in television. t-v icon carol burnett took home the life time achievement award. fifteen long distance runners achieved a seemingly impossible goal to some. they ran seven marathons, on seven contients, over the course of seven days. it's all part of the world marathon challenge. it started of all places... in antarctica! temperatures were well below zero. some u-s marines won that part of the challenge. they finished in just a
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and a half hours. once that race was in the bag, they flew to chile to compete in south america. the only time they had to rest was on the plane. the third leg took them to miami. they also raced in madrid, morrocco, dubai, and sydney. runners are very proud to mos says: "i'm so "we're feeling excellent. a little bit excited. a little bit very much excited to be honest." hawkins says: "i have to say that was unreal!" when all was said and done, they had each run a total of 183 miles. we are learning more about a man whose body was pulled from the lafayette river. the latest on the last minute campaigning before the iowa caucuses. a look at the final polls
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after a horrifying end to his family's lives...a member of the dooley family is talking to the community. hear from him in our first five minutes. a man is in jail, accusing of shooting and killing his own mother. what we're working to find out today. plus - we've learned more about how two robbery suspects got shot in hampton. what police say about the shooter. good sunday morning. thanks for joining us i'm
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