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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 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 traffic now. midtown tunnel-weekend roadwork has wrapped up.
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happening today, loved ones and community members plan to gather for a memorial service to look back on the lives of six family members killed in a murder-suicide last week in chesapeake. the public is invited to honor the dooley family once more before funeral arrangements are scheduled for the dooleys who were loved and by an entire community. rico bush is live outside deep creek baptist church service. rico. katie, don, family and friends are expected to gather at this church tonight at seven to remember six
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and brutally taken from this community. community members will also be offering a free shuttle service from deep creek high school to the church starting at 5-30 p-m. investigators say 26-year-old cameron dooley shot and killed his dad todd, his mother lori, brother landon, sister brooke and grandmother doris at two different homes on north george washington highway and wildwood road last week. he then police stand-off that lasted hours. while relatives, friends and even strangers are still struggling to understand the tragic and violent end of the dooleys, it's clear the mark they left on the community. at every turn, family and friends have continued to come together a number of after the horrific remain confident in the promises of our risen savior. we are comforted by the ever
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and we'll continue to cling to the old rugged cross." since their deaths, a growing memorial of stuffed teddy bears, ballons and flowers sit outside the front door of one of the dooley's home. a small sign that they will never be forgotten. meanwhile, police have not addressed cameron's motive for the crimes. according to police, they are still working on the investigation. several friends and community members have organized to help relatives cover funeral expenses. i'll tell you the new way you can donate in our next half-hour. live in chesapeake, rico bush, 10 on your side. this morning, norfolk police need your help to find whoever sent three people to the hospital during a drive-by shooting over the weekend. one of the victims is just 13-years-old. it happened around 3:30 yesterday afternoon near widgeon road and partridge street. that's just a few blocks behind norview high school. paramedics took that 13-year-old, a 16- year-old and 20-year-old, to the hospital.
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victims should recover. officers say a man driving a blue s-u-v fired several shots at a basketball court. neighbors tell us the court was crowded with people playing in the warm weather. no super c23 5:34 - my first instinct was like to see if my brother was out there because i knew he was going to play basketball. c25 10:43 - after the shooting stopped, we came out and then we looked on the court and everybody was flying off. people was hopping in their cars and leaving. c23 8:12 - i see little kids jumping the fence and that hurt me because i love kids. if you know anything about this triple shooting, call the crime line. remember, you do not have to leave your name. happening today, on the first day of black history month, several civil rights leaders will be in colonial williamsburg today to kick off celebrations. famous names like the reverend jesse jackson, singer dionne warwick, and actor danny glover are expected to attend. they will ring the bell at the historic first baptist church.
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starts at 10:00. the church is on scotland street in williamsburg. fighting the zika virus. as world health leaders scramble to contain the spread, a u-s lawmaker says he has a plan to keep your family safe. plumbers to the rescue. see how hundreds of volunteers are helping families affected by contaminated water in michigan. and a mystery in the sky. hundreds of people from hampton roads to maryland say they saw a bright flash. what was
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mix of sun and clouds with highs in the low 70s. isolated evening showers are possible. 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, 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
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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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breast cancer study. researchers say eating a specific food now, could decrease a woman's chances of developing the disease later in life. airport expansion. how a deal in chicago could affect air travel in hampton roads. turtle smuggling. wait
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major decision about how to handle the zika virus. brazil is ground zero for the outbreak. the virus is linked to birth defects and brain damage in infants. world leaders are struggling to protect and educate the public. the virus is spread through mosquitoes. doctors are telling people to use insect repellent and wear protective clothing. here in the u-s, senator charles schumer is calling for the federal goverment to work quickly to contain the virus. :16 - 23 runs 7 we must pull out all the stops when it comes beating the bite that zika can bring to a region or country." senator schumer outlined a 3-point plan to fight the virus before more moquitoes come during the summer months. that includes developing a vaccine by the end of the year. new this morning, women who eat more fiber early in life could lower their risk of breast cancer when they get older. researchers at harvard university studied the fiber intake of women over several years. they found the risk of cancer dropped 19
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ate fiber. scientists say the greatest benefit came from fruit and vegetable fiber. hundreds of plumbers traveled to flint, michigan over the weekend to help people with contaminated water. more than 300 volunteered to replace faucets and install water filters. residents have been using bottle water since the city switched the public water system to the flint river, which corroded the water with massive amounts of lead. homeowners say they're thankful for the repairs. (s/ ben ranger/ organizer :10) "it's our community. it's right here. this isn't some other country. this is america. these are all our american brothers and sisters." butt (s/ oscar brown/ resident :09) "it's very important. because me myself, i don't have the money to do it myself, so it's important to have someone come in and do it." plumbers say they installed state-issued filters, but residents should still test their water regularly. a student at the
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died when he fell from a balcony. this morning, police are trying to figure out how it happened. police say junior, change wolf, was on the 6th floor of an apartment complex. they say there's video showing the 20- year-old walking down a hallway moments before he fell. so far, apartment managers have not commented on the death. foul play. those two escaped inmates in california are back in prison this morning. orange county deputies just released this video, leading the men from a car into a jail. they were among three inmates who escaped more than a week ago, triggering a massive manhunt. police re-arrested two of them saturday in san francisco. the third turned himself in friday. investigators in michigan are trying to figure out what started a fire that killed 5 people. it happened yesterday morning in a small town about 30 miles from detroit. investigators say all the victims were in their 20s and 30s and worked together at a nearby asian restaurant. firefighters say they found their bodies in
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o'hare international airport in chicago. dollar improvement project will also include new gates. the deal is part of the operations more construction will start in may and should be finished by 2020. so why should you care? because o'hare is one of the busiest airport hubs in the world. adding ripple-effect in flight schedules and help decrease cancellations and delays across the country. french officials are worried an adrift cargo ship could run aground and cause a major pollution problem. take a look at this video from the off the southwest coast of france. you can see the ship badly listing. salvage crews haven't been able to get to it because of bad weather. the coast guard rescued its crew last week. the ship was carrying 37-hundred tons of wood and construction machinery. chinese authorities say they confiscated more
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from international smugglers. take a look at this video from shanghai. many of tried to hide the turtles containers labeled "crabs." officers took a closer look and found the turtles in a false bottom in the containers. after they took evidence to track down the shipper, they sent the turtles to different zoos throughout china. now to the story that has a lot of people talking. the d-c fireball. and i'm not talking about the whiskey. hundreds of witnesses from newport news to baltimore, maryland reported seeing a streak of fire across the sky around 6:17 saturday evening. this is a still picture of the fireball a viewer caught on his dashboard camera and shared with our affiliate station in washington, d-c. it was only up for a few seconds. nasa says a fireball is a very bright meteor that burns up in the atmosphere. so far, there have been no reports of any fragments hitting the ground.
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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, 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
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roads. let's check traffic now. people in an ohio community are came together to help reunite a retired
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best friend. they raised thousands of dollars so former officer matt hickey could be with his police k-9 "ajax". under state law, if an officer retires before the k-9, that officer forefeits their right to purchase the police dog. instead, the k-9 goes up for auction. ajax was valued at hickey's friends started a go-fund-me page. in just two days, people gave more than $51-thousand dollars. :59 - 1:13 matt hickey/retired officer "i'm amazed at everybody who cares about this. the outpouring. the calls that i've been getting everybody... the amazing." hickey says he is donating the extra money to an organization that vests to police dogs. this morning, the family members killed in last week's murder-suicide. 10 on your side's rico bush
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plus, new information in the case of two virginia tech students connected to the death of a 13-year-old girl. find out what charges the suspects are facing. and under the sea. you can get a lot more than
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campaigning have led to a close race in iowa. we'll tell you which candidates are in the lead, and who could come out on top today. plus we're in the middle of winter, but today won't feel like it. we'll tell you just how warm the temperatures will be in your neighborhood. and, taken too soon. a local community gathers to mourn the loss of the dooley family. we're on your side with how you can pay your respects. this morning we start in iowa, where all eyes will be watching as residents pick their presidential 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, which could 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
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typically do turn out to caucus. but donald trump is not sweating. he's currently leading the polls in iowa. 10 on your side is very closely. you can count on us to let you know who wins in our 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. jen lewis is keeping her and meteorologist deitra tate is with us this deitra, we're starting off february with highs in the 70s! ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mix of sun and clouds with highs in the showers are possible. wind: sw 10-15mph showers; otherwise, chilly. lows in the lower 40s. wind: nne tuesday: partly-mainly cloudy sky. cooler with 5-15mph. a cold front is moving towards our area today. weather continues with
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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 good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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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 honor the family. rico bush is live outside the church this morning with more details on the service and the dooleys. 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
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cameron dooley inside two different homes on north george washington highway and wildwood road last week. investigators say 26-year-old cameron dooley shot and killed his relatives before taking his own life in nearby home after a police stand-off that lasted several chesapeake detectives have not addressed cameron's motive for the crime. shocked family, friends, the community and classmates at deep creek high school, where brooke attended school, loved ones and friends have continued to meet to mourn their loss with 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 friends and community. :27 several friends and members of the community have organized to help family members cover funeral costs. if you'll like to donate to the dooley family, you can visit any towne bank branch and make a donation to the doris dooley account. you can also use a go-fund-me account. you'll find a link in this story on wavy-
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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 shawn hunter shot and 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 daughter-in-law ((c208 8:25)) "he had issues. unaddressed issues that went untreated. and as a result of that sometimes end." the family tells us hunter needs help for a mental illness.
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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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("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 showers; otherwise, chilly. lows in the lower 40s. wind: nne 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, 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
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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 students are behind bars
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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. that's just over the 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
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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 he knew the victim, and used his relationship with her to his advantage. this morning friends and family are still in 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 woman on booker street. 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
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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 behind 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 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 charges including aggravated assault on an 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
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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 employment, to contribute to their families and be productive members within the community and sometimes the face of a convicted felon might not be what you would expect. this grandmother went to fedderal prison. c 1 14:56 linda rowland released felon i made a mistake, but my mistake 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
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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. chris horne, 10 on your side you can see chris horne's investigation, "life after release," on wavy news 10 tonight at 6, with coverage beginning at 4 pm. people in southern california are cleaning up after a deadly winter storm. the fire department says a driver in san diego died yesterday after a 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
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diameter. 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. headlines") today: mix 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, isolated showers may accompany it. so, if you're heading out for dinner tonight...grab the umbrella. in the wake of the front, tuesday
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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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cooler for the end of the week. super bowl sunday temps. roads. let's check
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we're following breaking news involving the zika virus a william and mary spokesperson just told us that a student contracted the virus while in central america. she went on to say, the college believes there is no health risk to the campus and that the student should recover. as we've reported, the zika virus is spread by mosquitoes and has been linked to birth defects in newborn babies. the world health organization is meeting today to discuss it. today we could learn more about the cause of a deadly train derailment in philadelphia. federal investigators are
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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. a life-saving app. the simple task you should do that could help paramedics save you
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there's a life-saving app that emergency responders wish we would use more often. it's built right into 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
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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. first we start at six o'clock with breaking news involving the zika virus a william and mary spokesperson just told us that a student contracted the virus while on winter break in central america. she went on to say, the college contacted the centers for disease control and prevention, and believes there is no health risk to the campus. the student is not showing any signs of symptoms and should recover. as we've reported, the zika virus is spread by mosquitoes and has been linked to birth defects in newborn babies. the world health organization is meeting today to discuss it. thank you for joining us. i'm don roberts. and i'm katie collett. we have a lot of news to get
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