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years old, is dead. and a 7- year-old, fighting for a pulse and wasn't breathing at all." matthew hetherington didn't think twice - after witnessing this pick-up truck crash into the van in norfolk's park place neighborhood just after 5. he ran for help, and called 9-1-1. a mother, behind the wheel of the van, screaming for help. 19:24:29 "she was crying hysterically saying 'that's my son.'" 23:50 "i was on the phone talking to 911 and the other people at the scene were actually trying to revive them, doing chest compressions." investigators determined the pick up truck had been traveling southbound on llewellyn avenue, the minivan westbound on west 27th street - when the crash happened. hetherington says he was behind the truck, just before the crash - stopping for a red light. 24:14 "he didn't hit his brakes at all it just looked like he wasn't really paying attention, i'm not really sure." the pick-up truck driver and his passenger were treated at the scene for minor injuries. police say the minivan
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crash, striking a utility pole. 24:40 "just pretty shaken, shaken up that's about it" 9-year-old's mother was also taken to the hospital, she is expected to recover. again, we're told her son was pronounced dead here tonight. a 7-year-old, his friend, is in critical condition. police have not released the names of those involved. the crash remains under investigation - we're told alcohol didn't play a role. live in norfolk, liz kilmer, 10 on your side. breaking news in hampton. police are investigating a deadly accident. they say a car hit a man who was crossing west mercury boulevard towards langley square it happened around six-thirty tonight. he died at the scene. police say they are still reaching out to the man's family, so they can't tell us who he is yet. the driver was not hurt. police have not mentioned any charges yet.
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news police are also investigating an accident. dispatchers say three vehicles crashed at oyster point road and jefferson avenue. they say first responders had to cut one person out of the wreck. we'll let you know as soon as we have from the iowa caucuses in decision 20-16. texas senator ted cruz is the winner for the republicans, with donald trump and florida senator marco rubio close behind. minutes after the projections, governor mike huckabee suspended his campaign. former maryland governor martin o'malley has also ended his democratic campaign. he earned less than one-percent of the vote. meanwhile senator bernie sanders and hillary clinton spent the night in a slugfest. at last check, cnbc reports both have 50 per cent with 90% of vote in. hundreds of people came together to honor a murdered chesapeake family tonight. it's been four days since
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members of the dooley family dead. they say 26-year-old cameron dooley shot and killed his brother, landon; sister, brooke; mother, lori; father, todd and grandmother, doris-- before killing himself. 10 on your side's liz palka was at the emotional memorial service. liz? nicole - there is no doubt how loved this family was in the deep creek community. how well respected todd dooley was in law enforcement. all of that evident at tonight's memorial service. "honor guard..." three chesapeake police officers on motorcycles escort the dooley family relatives to deep creek baptist church. the honor guard salutes them as they enter. as patriot guard riders stand holding american flags. c3 18:52:11 - they served us and we're here to show that we care. :14 ride captain roy hankinson says they were invited by the family and chesapeake police department...in honor of todd dooley's service as a marine police officer. c3 18:52:19 - he did 27 years and it's not an
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law enforcement officer. so that's why we're here. to show our honor and respect for his life. :28 that wasn't the only tribute to dooley's career. a chesapeake marine patrol suv was draped in black. multiple fire trucks, including one from newport news, sat in the parking lot. as law enforcement from across hampton roads and the region walked into the church. inside it was standing room only. hundreds of people were there to remember the six members of the dooley family who died last week - violently and unexpectedly. 10 to 12 people got up to speak at the memorial service. telling stories, laughing, and crying. the deep creek community well represented...even in the flowers. a community and a family that will need time to heal as they go on without the dooleys. a chesapeake police spokeswoman tells me there were police there from fairfax and the raleigh/durham area. as well as representatives from the secret service. the
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funeral plans have not been publicly announced. side. in norfolk, family and friends held a vigil for a mother of seven children tonight. police say one of sonya hunter's sons shot and killed her over the weekend. investigators found the 43-year-old on westcliff drive saturday, and she died at the hospital. family tells us: 22-year-old shawn hunter, struggled with mental health issues. his brothers talked to us tonight. c0020 06;40 she had 7 kids it's a tragedy my brother could do that to our mom -- i would like to see him spend the rest of his life in jail for what he did. hunter is in jail without bond. he faces a second degree murder charge, and police have not released a motive. the super doppler 10 weather team has been tracking rain across our area tonight. let's bring in chief meteorologist don slater --
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say it will be cooler than it was today. overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as
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new tonight -- local coast guardsmen helped rescue a woman from a cruise ship. the coast guard says they found the woman unconscious about 230 miles east of cape hatteras. crews from elizabeth city flew her off the norwegian breakaway this afternoon. they say she's in stable condition tonight. power is back on for most customers in virginia beach tonight. dominion virginia power says some type of cable failure knocked out service
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eleven-thousand customers at around six tonight. power was restored to most people by eight. quiet. focused. friendly and outgoing. a few words school officials used to describe two virginia tech students, facing charges in a teen's death. 18-year-old david eisenhaur and 19- year-old natalie keepers from maryland appeared in court today. police believe they had a hand in abducting and killing 13-year-old nicole lovell from blacksburg. she vanished last week, and investigators found her body near the virginia north carolina border. police have not released a possible motive in this case. new tonight. one of four security contractors is officially appealing his conviction. nicholas slatten, formerly with blackwater worldwide, says the justice department was "vindictive" and "determined to find him guilty." he faces life in prison, for first degree murder. slatten and three other guards killed unarmed civilians in 2007. the other guards were convicted on lesser charges. blackwater security was
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now called academi. an update to deadly helicopter crashes in hawaii. we now know, the marines fired the squadron's commander days before the accidents. two helicopters went down last month. the marines declared all 12 marines involved -- dead. today, a spokesperson said a general lost confidence in pavelka's ability to lead. the marines did not say how that may have factored into the crashes. lumber liquadators may 13-million dollars in criminal fines, as part of its sentencing. that announcement came out of federal court today. the toano-based company pleaded guilty to five charges involving illegal lumber trafficking. the lumber came from illegally- logged timber in russia. the department of justice said: the penalty is one of the largest for timber trafficking in history. the zika virus is now closer to home. we'll tell you about a case at the college of william and mary-- and what medical experts are saying about the mosquito-
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local residents-- worried about contaminated water in their neighborhood, will soon get their questions answered. we'll tell you about a meeting that's scheduled with federal and state agencies. a retired police officer will not have to give up his k-9, after all. the solution a city came up with, so the partners
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hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. the zika virus has been spreading from spots in central america -- all the way to a local college campus. officials at william and mary say one of its students caught zika while traveling, but there is no health risk. school leaders say it's not a threat to people on campus. students we spoke with today had this to say -- sot - ross anderson, apprehensive about it, life is pretty much continuing normally for me. 19:12:06 break in the community or any second email so im not that concerned about it. 19:06:38 sot - katie slacin, freshman w & m student - clip 4 19:09:56 i don't know how gets warmer. 19:10:01 william and mary officials say they will monitor travel warnings but stress that they believe there
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the world health organization says: the zika virus has become a public health emergency. the group predicts up to four-million people could catch the virus over the next year. health experts are concerned about pregnant women getting infected-- because they say the mosquito-borne illness may cause birth defects. they've been studying cases of babies born with underdeveloped brains in brazil-- and other latin american countries. the c-d-c says most people only get mild symptoms of zika. you have the chance to learn more about contaminated water in our area. the navy will hold a people living near fentress field. last month, we told you tests uncovered high levels of dangerous chemicals in the water. the navy firefighting exercises. the navy, e-p-a, the city and state agencies will talk with residents tomorrow, at butts road intermediate school-- from 4 to 7 p-m. lawyers plan to challenge a permit. it allows to
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coal ash wastewater into virginia rivers. the southern environmental law center says: it will challenge the permit -- on behalf of a riverkeeping network. a spokesperson for the department of environmental quality says--- he knew about the appeal, but had no comment. a williamsburg woman investigators say she stole more than a half million dollars from her elderly employer. 82-year-old pete mcdonald says he was a victim. he says he hired dana morris in 2011. he says she spent a few hours a week doing laundry, sorting mail, and keeping him company. in exchange, he paid her 400-dollars a month. three years in, he says he found morris altered his checks, and ordered ones for herself. pete mcdonald/alleged victim (1) 12:20 i'd say i was more disillusioned which is the same reaction from people around here who ate with us and knew her and they can't believe it. she's a nice
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morris faces 19 counts of wire fraud. she has pleaded not guilty -- and will face a jury march 31st. overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as high as 30. overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in
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mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as high as 30. overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as
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together in retirement. how a former police together in retirement. how a former police officer was able stay
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a retired police officer in ohio will get to stay with his k-9 partner. this story has been trending on social media -- marietta officals say matthew hickey and his dog, ajax, can stick together-- even though hickey is retired. under state law, he couldn't keep him since the dog is considered city property. the city was ready to auction ajax off, but thousands of people donated. they raised more than 65-thousand dollars so hickey could buy ajax. the city says they will not make hickey buy ajax if hickey becomes an officer. basketball---north carolina takes its unbeaten conference record into hostile louisville-- another conference honor for odu guard trey freeman and something a little new for the nfl---super bowl opening night---next
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let the media mayhem begin ----a see of reporters, cameras and microphones at the sight of super bowl 50----this year----the nfl chaning things up just a little bit---the first ever super bowl opening night---and front and center---denver quarterback peyton manning--- i'm nathan epstein in for bruce rader. it's looking the nfl network is reporting manning has already told close friends that he intends
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showdown with the carolina panthers--- manning's been mum on the retirement talk---even after cameras caught this exchange with new england patriots head coach bill belichick after denver won the afc championship-- manning apparently told belichick----quote---this might be my last rodeo---whether it really is or not---he says wants to enjoy playing in his fourth super bowl. "it's not something, like i was talking about, that you want to hurry up and whole team is a super bowl week is special. it's unique, it's diferent, and i know coach (gary) kubiak has emphasized and encouraged us to enjoy it and soak it up. i keep repeating myself, but i'm honored to be a part of it. we know you carolina fans want to hear from the panthers---they are at the podium as we speak--and you will hear from them tomorrow--- college basketball tonight----north carolina has looked not only like the class of the acc---but also a natiional title contender----running and gunning their way to a perfect 8 and 0 conference record--- tonight---trying to keep
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record in tact at louisville--- the tar heels number one in the nation according to the coach's poll----lousville was pounded by uva on saturday--- here's your first bucket of the game-- damion lee---one-handed dunk down the lane--- huge night for lee--game high 24 points---- still in the first-----anas mahmood on the fast break---behind the back to lee----that's a 7-footer with the assist--- cardinals led by one at halftime. second half---tar heels retake the lead-- marcus paige to brice johnson--- and the foul----another double-double for johnson--15 points 11 rebounds--- heels up one--- cardinals lead by five with 5 minutes left---off balance ally oop--the finish by chinanu onuaku---- cardinals go on for 71-65 win---- first acc loss of the season for north carolina--we got a race in the acc--- trey freeman is playing on another level these days---today---the old dominion senior guard---named conference
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for the second straight week---he's scored 28 points in five of his last six games, and is the leading scorer in the conference, averaging just under 27 points a night---monarchs are at charlotte on saturday--- and talk about a bad day for tobacco road----duke----falls out of the top 25 rankings for the first time in over 8 years-----the unranked blue devils have lost 4 of their last 5---but have winnable games against georgia tech and north carolina state coming up.
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>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests --
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