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candidate in the caucus. polls show the race is close for both the democrats and republicans. the threat of bad weather could have a negative impact on voter turnout, and that might help hillary clinton and senator ted cruz candidates worked late into the night to get voters to show up. senator bernie sanders rallied supporters. he's counting on first time caucus- goers to close the small lead hillary clinton has in the polls. meanwhile senator ted cruz is counting on evangelicals who typically do turn out to caucus. but donald trump is not sweating. he's currently leading the polls in iowa. following the caucuses very closely. you can count on us to let you know who wins in our wavy news app. we'll send push alerts straight to your phone or tablet alerting you to the latest breaking news. now we're getting you ready with traffic and weather.
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eyes on the roads. and meteorologist deitra tate is with us this morning with good news. deitra, we're starting off february with highs in the 60s! ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mix of sun and clouds with highs in the low 70s. isolated evening showers are possible. wind: sw 10-15mph tonight: isolated showers; otherwise, chilly. lows in the lower 40s. wind: nne 5-15mph. tuesday: partly-mainly cloudy sky. cooler with warmer weather continues with highs well above average in the low 70s. as the cold front moves into our for dinner tonight...grab the umbrella. in the wake of the front, tuesday (ground hog day) will be cooler, but the clouds will hang around. temps warm up again for are expected with the front as it crosses. cooler for the end of the week. super bowl sunday will have near average temps. good morning, hampton
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traffic now. hundreds of people are expected to attend a memorial service tonight to remember six family members killed in a murder-suicide last week in chesapeake. friends, loved ones, and community members plan to gather at deep creek baptist church tonight to
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rico bush is live outside the church this morning with more details on the rico - don, katie, we may never know why a dooley family member decided to kill his relatives, but the mark the family left on the community is very clear. since their deaths, people have come together a number of times to remember them after the horrific tragedy. and, tonight the community will do it once more. police found the bodies of todd, lori, landon, brooke, doris, and cameron dooley inside two george washington highway week. investigators say 26-year-old cameron dooley shot and killed his relatives before taking his own life in nearby home that lasted several chesapeake detectives have not addressed cameron's motive for the crime. since the deaths friends, the community and classmates at deep creek
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attended school, loved ones and friends have continued to meet to mourn their loss with incredible grief. michael dooley - family member c38 31:20 - while i do not have the words to express the depth of our sorrow, we are encouraged by the outpouring of love and support of our family and members of the community have organized to help funeral costs. if you'll like to donate to the dooley family, you can visit any towne bank branch and doris dooley account. you can also use a go-fund-me account. you'll find a link in this story on wavy- dot-com. loved ones plan to meet at deep creek baptist church tonight at seven. community members will also be offering a free shuttle service from deep creek high school to the church starting at 5-30 p-m. live in chesapeake, rico bush, 10 on your side. there's another sad ending to a son shooting and killing a family member in norfolk. police say 22-year-old
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killed his own mother sonya hunter saturday morning. it happened outside their home on westcliff drive, off east little creek road. 10 on your side spoke with the victim's family to find out why would hurt his mother. went untreated. and as a result of that sometimes things reach a tragic end." the family tells us hunter needs help for a mental illness. hunter faces murder and weapons charges. so far there is no motive in this case. two virginia tech students charged in a missing teen's death. we'll tell you what's ahead today for one of the suspects. deadly storm. you'll see more of the scene where a big tree fell on top of a driver. plus searching for answers. what we could learn today from last year's deadly amtrak
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wx headlines") today: mix of sun and clouds with highs in the low 70s. isolated evening showers are possible. wind: sw 10-15mph tonight: isolated showers; otherwise, chilly. lows in the lower 40s. wind: nne 5-15mph. tuesday: partly-mainly cloudy sky. cooler with 5-15mph. a cold front is moving towards our area today. ahead of it, warmer
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highs well above average in the low 70s. as the cold front moves into our area this evening, isolated showers may accompany it. so, if you're heading out for dinner tonight...grab the umbrella. in the wake of the front, tuesday (ground hog day) will be cooler, but the clouds will hang around. temps warm up again for wednesday ahead of a stronger cold front that'll cross wednesday night. scattered showers are expected with the front as it crosses. cooler for the end of the week. super bowl sunday will have near average temps. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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traffic grinds to a halt out west for hours. what police think caused this 29-vehicle accident. a police officer from richmond was shot while pursuing a suspect. we'll tell you how he's doing this morning. but first a heartbreaking ending for a family of a missing teenager. why two virginia college
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today the virginia tech college student charged with abducting and killing a missing teen, is scheduled for court. searchers found 13-year-old nicole lovell's body this past weekend in surry county, north carolina.
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virginia state line. nicole's family reported her missing from her home in blacksburg last week. worried loved ones said she just received a new liver and was without her daily medication. over the weekend police arrested two virginia tech college students in connection to nicole's death. david eisenhaur faces first-degree murder. he's scheduled for an arraignment today. natalie keepers also faces charges including "accessory after the fact." investigators say she helped eisenhaur dispose of nicole's body. they also say eisenhaur knew the victim, and used his relationship with her to his advantage. this morning friends and family are still in shock. jamie cales/attended vigil " everyone is trying to wrap their heads around the news," they gathered for a vigil last night. many of them wondering why someone would kill a teenage girl. police in two local cities are investigating two separate shootings. in chesapeake, detectives are working to find out who shot a man and
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that's off great bridge boulvard near crestwood intermediate school. it happened around eight last night. paramedics took both victims to the hospital. we are working to find out how they are doing. officers do not have a description of the suspect. in norfolk, police want to find who shot someone on east olney road. that's near downtown. officers got the call before eight last night. they tell us the victim is expected to be okay. we're working to learn if police have any suspect information. call the crime line if you can help investigators in either of these cases. this morning a man accused of shooting an officer in richmond is bars. police say the officer is expected to be okay. he's recovering in the hospital. it all started early yesterday morning when three officers were on patrol. they say saw keith smith standing near an intersection. the officers then chased smith, who allegedly shot at the policemen. it's unclear why they went after him, but the officers caught up with smith a few blocks away. smith faces several
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officer. 10 on your side has been working to find out how difficult it is for ex-prisoners to find work once they get out of prison. investigative reporter chris horne looked into the support and hurdles inmates face as they try to leave their past behind. c 1 00:43 adrienne person human resources manager defintely by all means we want to give them that second chance but to give a convicted felon a second chance, you need to be willing to take a chance. we found a factory in hampton roads that has turned former inmates into part of a productive workforce. 1:40 adrienne person human resources manager we ask if they've ever been convicted of a - programs are in place to help former inmates develop the skills to find a job. c 1 2:38 madonna flores norfolk prisoner reentry program because we know that's it's important for them to come back to the community, to find employment, to contribute to their families and be productive members within the community and sometimes the face of a convicted felon might 14:56 linda rowland released felon i made a
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caused me to be away from my family for five years and this man said three years behind bars was what he needed to begin to think seriously of a life without crime. c 1 15:08 geoffrey beckelic released felon fortunately in this area we have plenty of resources for people that are being released, it's just whether you decide to use them or not, and that's it, you've got to use your resources standup close even the best system of community services and willing employers is far from fool proof. we found out how tough it is for a former offender to remain just that - a former offender. and that's when this investigation took an abrupt turn. side you can see chris horne's investigation, "life after release," on wavy news 10 coverage beginning at 4 pm. california are cleaning up after a deadly winter storm. the fire department says a driver in san diego
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giant tree fell onto her car and three other vehicles. you can see a car here smashed under the big tree. crews suspect the storm's powerful winds knocked the tree down. that large oak tree was eight feet in diameter. from the wind and rain to snow problems in california. an accident involving 29 vehicles stopped traffic for hours near the nevada border. the california highway patrol says 25 vehicles and four semi-trucks were involved in the pile-up. this happened on interstate 80 near truckee. it's unclear if anyone got hurt, but thankfully no one died. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mix of sun and clouds with highs in the low 70s. isolated evening showers are possible. wind: sw 10-15mph tonight: isolated showers; otherwise, chilly. lows in the lower 40s. wind: nne 5-15mph. tuesday: partly-mainly cloudy sky. cooler with mid 50s. wind: nne 5-15mph. a cold front is moving towards our area today. ahead of it, warmer weather continues with highs well above average in the low 70s. as the cold front moves into our area this evening,
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showers may accompany it. so, if you're heading out the umbrella. in the wake of the front, tuesday (ground hog day) will be cooler, but the clouds will hang around. temps warm up again for wednesday ahead of a stronger cold front that'll cross wednesday night. scattered showers are expected with the front as it crosses. cooler for the end of the week. super bowl sunday will have near average
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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today we could learn more about the cause of a deadly train derailment in philadelphia. federal investigators are expected to release evidence and reports from last year's amtrak crash. they've already said excessive speed was a factor in may's accident. eight people died and more than two hundred were hurt. the national transportation safety board has not said why the train was going too fast when it rounded a curve. new this morning, we want to show you incredible video from colorado. a car caught fire on a busy interstate yesterday afternoon in colorado springs. you can see flames covering the front of the car. firefighters quickly got it under control. no one
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cause a massive traffic jam. investigators are not sure how the fire started. this morning five people, including three children, are waking up away from home. this is after a fire destroyed theirs. 22 firefighters fought the house fire yesterday on mckann avenue in norfolk. that's in the ballentine neighborhood. crews found small flames inside one of the bedrooms. firefighters tell us the home did not have working smoke detectors. investigators are working to figure out what started the fire. no one was hurt. the red cross is helping the residents with another place to stay. stay with us, here's what's coming up in our next 30 minutes of news: remembering the dooley family. today, how you can honor family members killed in last week's murder-suicide. plus - editor: assist/p10 norf looked on the court and everybody was flying off" young people just trying to enjoy the nice weather are hurt in a drive-by
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investigators have so far about the person they think is responsible.
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there's a life-saving app that emergency responders wish we would use more often.
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iphones, and gives paramedics vital information, even when you can't. most of us know about the emergency call function on iphones. even when a phone is locked, you can call 9-1-1 by hitting the word "emergency" in the bottom left corner. but newer iphone versions also include a health app. once you fill out the information, paramedics can access it from your emergency call screen by clicking on the words "medical i-d". :54 - 1:10 tony patillo / paramedic "if you have epilepsy, we want to know that. if you have preexisting heart condition, if you have strokes, if you are diabetic, all of those major medical situations, which could actually determine the outcome of why you're having the medical emergency in the first place." certain android phones come with similar health apps. you can also choose from plenty of them in your app store. a family remembered. today, the community will
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goodbye to the chesapeake family, killed in last week's murder-suicide. drive-by shooting. we're learning more about what happened at a local basketball court that sent three young people to the hospital. what police want you to know about a suspect. health emergency. what world leaders are expected to discuss today about the spread of the zika virus. plus, a new plan from a u-s lawmaker. good monday morning! i'm don roberts. and i'm katie collett. we have a lot of news to get you caught up on. but first, we start in the super doppler 10 weather center with a roller coaster ride of temperatures. meteorologist deitra tate is in for jeremy wheeler. deitra, are we looking at another 65-degree, or warmer, day in the middle of winter? ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mix of sun and clouds with highs in the low 70s. isolated evening showers are possible. wind: sw 10-15mph tonight: isolated showers; otherwise, chilly. lows in the lower 40s. wind: nne 5-15mph. tuesday: partly-mainly cloudy sky. cooler with
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