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kelly talked to his family about their loss. lucas' cousin says she thought it was all a bad dream when she heard what happened. she didn't believe it until she came here to the hospital. she shared these photos of lucas with us. a cub scout, who lived in north carolina. police say a ford pick up truck collided with the minivan lucas was in -- at the intersection of west 27th street and llewellyn around 5:00 yesterday evening. the crash threw lucas and his friend from the van. a sister identified lucas' friend as keion mcclenny -- and shared a photo of him recovering at chkd. he doesn't know yet that lucas passed away. lucas' cousin says he was a loving child with a big personality. him, he was like, 'i'm so glad that you're here. i love you. i miss you,' and now i can't even hear that. 4825 it
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the family has put together a fundraising web site to help with bills. we will be putting that up on our web site. at 5 -- you'll hear from the family of the little boy recovering here in the hospital. live in norfolk, erin kelly, 10 on your side. students in northampton county had a short school day, today - because of a bomb threat. 10 on your side's deanna northampton county. this? according to the suprintendent and sheriff - someone called in the threat to school offices just before10-am. they did not specify a school - and said the alleged bomb would go off in 40 minutes. so - because they couldnt pinpoint a school - all three buildings were evacuated. this is video we got of the dogs outside northampton county high
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the students were evacuated shortly after 10am. they waited outside for quite some time while deputies and school staff walked through the schools to look for any threats. none was found - but the sheriff wanted dogs to do a second sweep. howver, there are no bomb sniffing dogs on the eastern shore so they had to be called in from virginia beach and state police in chesapeake. at that point - they decided to send all the kids home because waiting for the dogs to arrive would have meant they were outside for too long. around 2:30 this afternoon - they gave the all clear. there was another, similar bomb threat phoned in today to accomack county schools. this one was school specific, but it was a teacher work day and no students were in the building. dogs from maryland helped sweep that facility, adn the teachers were allowed to go back to
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came from the same person. live in northampton county, i'm dl 10 on your side. for the first time, we're hearing from the mother of a teenager allegedly murdered by a virginia tech student. tammy weeks is nicole lovell's mother. she talked to the media at a news conference in blacksburg today. nicole's body was found in surry county friday. virginia tech freshman david eisenhauer is charged in her murder. another tech freshman, natalie keepers is charged as an accomplice. both are in jail without bond. at the news conference, lovell's mother was extremely emotional. she said her daughter was the strongest person she knew, constantly beating the odds despite being very ill. tammy weeks, nicole lovell's mother: 14;02;07 goes off stage 14;02;22;14 police say lovell was stabbed to death on the
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we have been enjoying some very nice weather over the past couple days. the sun shining bright all day today, but we're hearing rain may be coming. let's take a look at what's going on out there with meterologist deitra tate in the super doppler 10 weather center. tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph.
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through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday, but much warmer with 70s. this warm up will take place ahead of a cold front that will cross overnight wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for cooler for the end of the for evening showers. there's a meeting underway right now for residents living around the fentress airfield in chesapeake. you'll remember test results showed drinking water at fentress was contamined with pfcs. for the first time residents will get a chance to talk to navy officials and several other representatives. 10 on your side's brandi cummings is at the meeting and joins us live. brandi? anita, stephanie- the
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at 4pm. (ad lib about what we've seen) last month we reported that test results showed drinking water at fentress exceeded epa provisional health advisory levels for pfcs. the chemical is used in fire fighting foam on base. the navy says the chemical is not regulated by the epa, but they decided to play it safe and give water bottles for on-base personnel. working with the city of chesapeake, a free water filling station has been set up for residents living near fentress who have concerns about their private well water used for drinking and cooking. tonight, concerned chesapeake residents will be able to learn
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water. representatives from the navy, epa, city of chesapeake, department of health and office of environmental quality will be here tonight. we'll let you hear from residents in our full story tonight on wavy news 10 at 11. live in chesapeake brandi cummings 10 on your side. three people went to the hospital after a crash in chesapeake. these are pictures from the scene. police say a man was driving southbound on battlefield boulevard near galbrush road. he started to have a medical emergency and that caused him to cross into on coming traffic and hit two other cars. the three drivers were all hurt, but expected to recover. virginia beach police are investigating a sexting scandal involving high school students. according to a search warrant, a teacher at ocean lakes discovered
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the documents reveal that a 17 year old student admitted to having an app on his iphone disguised as a calculator that stored multiple nude photos of at least eight female students. he also admitted to distributing those photos without the young women's consent. so far no charges have been filed. four high school wrestlers in oklahoma have been charged with sexually assaulting two other wrestlers on a bus. the district attorney says the assaults happened last month after the team came back to their school after a wrestling tournament. the students are accused of assaulting a 12-year-old and a 16-year-old, both were members of the team. the alleged assaults were caught on camera. once the students left the bus, the 12- year-old was allegedly sexually assaulted again. the district attorney says this was not a typical case of hazing. (s/ greg mashburn / district attorney:13) "in this case, a significant line was crossed, it went way further into more of an assault than it was
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anything like that," one of the accused wrestlers is 18 and will be charged as an adult. the wrestling coach who was responsible for supervising the teens was fired as soon as officials heard about the crime - a second coach resigned monday. 10 on your side has learned newport news shipbuilding is having their next round of layoffs. the shipyard is cutting 738 workers. because of the number of people being laid off, the shipyard is required to give a 60 day notice for employees. those employees will continue to work for the next 60 days before the layoffs 10 at 4: coming up at 4:30, it has been more than three months since a man went missing. his family speaks only to 10 on your side about their efforts to find him. also still to come -- a look at the deals you need to look out for this month. we'll tell you what items will likely have the best prices. but first, turning a tragedy into a positive. 10 on your side's lex gray gives us a look at a bike.
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through towercam 10. a beautiful afternoon. deitra tate is here to give you your super
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a grieving father wants to make sure every child a grieving father wants to make sure every child in dare county has a helmet. you may remember back in november -- when a middle school girl named bri blumenthal died, after a car hit her while she was riding her bike. two months later -- dare county schools and bri's dad are trying to make sure her legacy lives on, by keeping other kids safe. 10 on your side's lex gray has more on what they're doing. lex. anita and stephanie -- bri's dad says he can easily see the effect her death had on this
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schools, no one is allowed to leave on a bike without a helmet. that's state law, but school officials say bri's death made them start enforcing it. superintendent dr. sue burgess says they don't intend to punish anyone. but now, they call parents if they see a kid show up without a helmet. if they don't have one, the school will let them borrow one, or even just give it to them. since bri blumenthal's accident near the school - her dad has started a foundation in her name, and collected hundreds of donated helmets. scotty blumenthal/bri bri foundation (31) 24:15 when something like that happens, you kind of have this huge black hole in your life and you could either fall into that or you can start throwing little burgess/dare county schools (6) 10:54 we should have them for years to come and the fact that we're willing to give the helmet away reinforces, we're not here to punish, we're here to help. :04 coming up on wavy news 10 at 5, i'll talk about how
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are working to change kids' mindset about wearing their helmets, and keeping them on even when the adults aren't looking. live in dare county, lex gray, 10 on your side. inmates escape jail in california is out of custody. prosecutors say they won't charge the 44-year-old in the case. she worked at the orange county jail as an english teacher. investigators alleged she gave the inmates a google earth map that showed an aerial view of the jail, and they used it to plan their escape. all three men are back in here this year, but it's still good to have the idea spring will be here soon. in groundhog day tradition, punxatawny phil made his way out of his hole in pennsylvania today. and he did not see his shadow. according to legend, that means spring will come early this year. this is only the 18th time since the tradition started phil didn't see his shadow. but should you be ready for the beach by the end of february?
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phil is only 45 percent accurate in his "predictions." tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday, but much warmer with 70s. this warm up will take place
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wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for the rain, and lingering into much of thursday. in the wake of the front, it gets much cooler for the end of the week into the week with seasonable temps. the big game on sunday will be seasonable with a chance for evening showers. tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in
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thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday, but much warmer with 70s. this warm up will take place ahead of a cold front that will cross overnight wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for the rain, and lingering into much of thursday. in the wake of the front, it gets much cooler for the end of the week into the week with seasonable temps. the big game on sunday will be seasonable with a chance
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tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday, but much warmer with 70s. this warm up will take place ahead of a cold front that will cross overnight wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for the rain, and lingering into much of thursday. in the wake of game on sunday will be seasonable with a chance
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here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news i'm nicole livas in the wavy live center. you've no doubt heard c-p-r saves lives-- but now there's more attention on a-e-d's, or automated external defibrillators. there's a renewed call for schools to get the devices that shock the heart to a normal rhythm. we'll tell you how it saved one teen athlete's life. plus-- is virginia beach city hall on the move? there's talk about relocating the municipal center to town center. learn what's behind the suggestion-- and how much it could cost-- new at 5:30. and-- we just told you about punxatawny phil's prediction of an early spring-- after he didn't see his shadow. but our local groundhog-- chesapeake chuck doesn't agree. meterologist jeremy wheeler will interpret his decision, new at 5. see these stories when
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but still to come at 4:30, bad bills. why detectives in a hampton roads city say people printing fake money is becoming more of an issue. but up next, g-e is turning off the lights on a project once praised. why they are moving away from a certain type of light bulb. (vo) if you have type 2 diabetes, you may know what it's like to deal with high... and low blood sugar. januvia (sitagliptin) is a once-daily pill that, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar. januvia works when your blood sugar is high and works less when your blood sugar is low, because it works by enhancing your body's own ability to lower blood sugar. plus januvia, by itself, is not likely to cause weight gain
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januvia should not be used in patients with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. tell your doctor if you have a history of pancreatitis. serious side effects can happen, including pancreatitis which may be severe and lead to death. stop taking januvia and call your doctor right away if you have severe pain in your stomach area which may be pancreatitis. tell your doctor right away and stop taking januvia if you have an allergic reaction that causes swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat, or affects your breathing or causes rash or hives. kidney problems sometimes requiring dialysis have been reported. some people may develop severe joint pain. call your doctor if this happens. using januvia with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. to reduce the risk, your doctor may prescribe a lower dose of the sulfonylurea or insulin. your doctor may do blood tests before and during treatment to check your kidneys. if you have kidney problems a lower dose may be prescribed. side effects may include upper respiratory tract infection, stuffy or runny nose, sore throat, and headache. for help lowering your blood sugar
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alerts. g-e is making a big fluorescent bulbs, or c-f-l's, by the end of the year. those are the light bulbs that curl. c-f-l's were the first alternatives to the standard incandescent bulbs. they use less energy, but some criticized them for a lack of compatitbility with dimmers, and for burning out to soon. g-e is going to focus on high effieciency l- e-d and halogen bulbs instaead. you usually don't think of february as a month for deep discounts. but "consumer reports" says this is one of the best times of the year to buy new indoor furniture. stores discount the current models to make room for new ones. another good thing to look for, mattresses. watch for deals especially around presidents day. and, it's a good time to stock up winter clothes for next year. some stores have more left over than usual because of the warm winter. experts expect discounts to be as high as 70 percent off. up next at 4:30, a
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loved one. only 10 on your side's liz palka talked to the family of quantez russell, who has been missing for almost three months. and hampton roads residents coming together to help another city in need. a look at the efforts happening here to get clean water to flint. meteorologist deitra tate is working on your forecast live in the super doppler 10 weather center. also straight ahead --- you'll find out what chief meteorologist don slater is working on
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slater is working on for 5. it's a story you'll see only on 10. it's been almost three months since a man disappeared from suffolk. police tell us 30 year old quantez russell's car was located in newport news the night he was last seen. but his whereabouts remain a mystery...and police have few leads. 10 on your side's liz palka joins us now after sitting down for an exclusive interview with the wanted to talk with us because they need answers. it has been an agonizing three months and they want to bring him home. quantez left suffolk saying he was heading toward newport news to hang out on november 11th. investigators tell me his car showed up that night at a downtown newport news gas station. they aren't releasing the specific area. however, they have reason to
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the one to move the car there. his family has regular contact with him. and they are desperate for people in the community to come forward with information. as they told me today, they need closure. c1 4:34 - if they have kids, they should be able to understand my heart and know that i need to know where my child is right now. :41 c1 4:53 - and up up. police need people to come forward with information on what happened to quantez russell. coming up on wavy news ten at 5, russell's family speaks out about the pain of not knowing. and their hope going forward. that's at 5. liz palka, 10 on your side. a tad bit cooler today and it might be a sign of things to come. meterologist deitra tate is in the super doppler 10 weather center for a look at
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tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday, but much warmer with 70s. this warm up will take place ahead of a cold front that will cross overnight wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for cooler for the end of the week into the week with seasonable temps. the big game on sunday will be tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday, but much warmer with 70s. this warm up will take place ahead of a cold front
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wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for the rain, and lingering into much of thursday. in the wake of the front, it gets much cooler for the end of the for evening showers. water donations for flint michigan are rolling in to a local realty office and now they've hit a bump in the road. i first told you last week that the dream girls of real estate at keller williams orgnaized a water drive. since then they've received more water than they had anticipated and
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"c8 claudine ellis/water drive organizer 19:37:24 we need a tractor trailer probably to get that water in tehre and of course theose trucks have to have so much tonage or weight so we can't just have any vehicle taking it up there :35 they're hoping someone with a tractor trailer will come forward in the next couple of weeks. i'll have more on local groups who are donating and how you can get involved coming up at 5:30. meanwhile, the f-b-i is joining the investigation into the contaminated drinking water in flint. the water became the source for a switch from the detroit river to the flint river in 20-14. officials made the move while the city was under financial management by the state. people started complaining about the smell and taste of the water shortly after the switch, but residents say no one in the state goverment would listen to them. a man is dead and another is hurt after a train and truck crashed into each other in roanoke county. this happened monday afternoon. the truck was on fire when emergency crews got to the scene. a 56-year-old man from west virginia was riding in the truck. he died at the scene.
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also riding in the truck. he is being treated at robbed a pizza delivery driver. it happened around 1:30 this morning on avondale road, near glenwood drive. police say two suspeccts went up to the chanello's driver with a weapon. they got away with some cash and pizza. nobody was hurt. if you saw what happened, or know anything about this, call crime line at 1- 888-lock-u-up. you can get a reward if your tip leads to an arrest. suffolk police arrested a man they say robbed a pharmacy using a gun. this is 47-year-old lawrence claar. police say he went into the rite aid on north main street last month and showed a gun to the pharmacy technician. he got away with some prescription drugs. nobody was hurt. claar is in the western tidewater regional jail with no bond. here is some incredible video of a clerk fighting off a robber. this happened at a convienence store in florida last week. you can see the suspect walk in to the store, go up to the counter, and tell the clerk to empty the register into a plastic bag.
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a veteran who did several tours in iraq. he managed to get the gun away from the supect, who the gun was an airsoft pistol. police are still trying to find the suspect. now video of the coast guard in action near cape hatteras. you can see them pulling a woman from a cruise ship up into their chopper. the coast guard says the 61 year-old woman slipped and became unconsious while aboard the norwegian breakaway cruise ship. they flew her to sentara norfolk general hospital. she is doing fine. the impending demolition of the the m-star motel is delayed yet again. you may remember the building was destroyed by fire last year. the city told the owner the building needs to be building down completely. the owners and city staff will continue to meet. we should have a better understanding of when the demolition will happen later this month. norfolk residents, there
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important safety information sent right to you. a new system called norfolk alert can give you important alerts about what is going on in your neighborhood. the alerts will come in the form of an email, text message, or voice mail. you can sign up for the alerts by going to norfolk dot gov, and clicking the box on the bottom of the page. you've heard what pennsylvania's punxsutawney phil had to say in his winter forecast. ahead at five -- find out when our local weather predicting groundhog thinks spring will come. a bad batch of bills is making the rounds on the peninsula. coming up - what police want you to know. but up next, young and stressed. why being tense about things early in life could lead to more
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we're on your side, looking out for your health. stress in young adults. a new study shows those who get stressed out more easily at a young age, could develop high blood pressure later in life. the study followed more than one million 18-year-old men. scientists monitored their mental and physical health while they were in the military. the men who got stressed out more easily were 40 percent more likely to have high blood pressure by the time they reached middle age.
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pressure tripled for those who were both vulnerable to stress and overweight. regular marijuana use could affect verbal memory. researchers in switzerland tested three-thousand middle aged men and women. the scientists asked them to memorize a list of words. the study found those with a history of smoking marijuana were less likely to remember the words than non-users. however, it showed that marijuana users had no other cognitive problems. coming up at 4:30, more than a dozen dead kangaroos litter a highway in australia. why officials say their deaths weren't an accident. but coming up next, there is some funny money going around. 10 on your side's jason marks talks with detectives in one hampton roads city who say, counterfeiting is becoming a big
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i do everything on the internet but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (husband) we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here. (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100 meg upload and download speeds, plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract.
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hampton police say a rise in funny money is no laughing matter. over the past few months they have seen the bogus bills popping up all over the city. 10 on your side's jason marks spoke with detectives and jason they say this has beeome a big problem. a problem because at first glance it is very hard to tell a fake bill from the real one. it's only after you really take a look you to show us the counterfeit money they've been seeing in the city. they say in
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they are looking to identify spent 7 one hundred dollar bills in the wal mart on cunningham drrive. the man actually went to the store twice in the same day. detectives say they have also come across cases where people are selling shoes and game systems on craigslist and the buyer pays them in fake money. we're told in this case technology is helping the people making the fake money plus they can find similar paper in local stores. "01=1:11:34 "where they have the lined or linen paper which a lot of we get you can see that kind of paper is similara to what a us dollar would be is being sold and they are talking the money and printing them from the jet printers and these high tech printing machines"" the detective says a lot times the suspects are working in groups and the fake money leads to more seriuos crimes like murder. coming up tonight at 6-- hampton police tell us how you can proctect
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from becoming a victim. jason marks 10 on your side. an elderly couple got out of their home just before it exploded. it happened this morning in new york, just outside of rochester. 79-year-old eugene upshall crashed his car into the home's gas meter, and that caused a gas leak. when he heard the hissing, he immediately ran into the house to grab his wife, louise. they went to a neighbors house to call 9-1-1, and while they were there, the house exploded. it was so big, it set another house on fire. the couple's son is thankful his parents are alive. kerry upshaw/son of eugene and louise upshaw :27 from 390 i could see the smoke and i knew the house was gone. that's material. my mom and dad is still here and that's what matters." nobody was hurt in the explosion or the fire. the eighth u-s army has a new commander. major general thomas vandal took the right of command from lieutenant general bernard champoux in seoul earlier
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mark lippert and the commander of u-s forces in korea curtis scaparrotti took part in the ceremony. vandal says he is ready to lead. s/ ltg thomas vandal / incoming commander general of the us eighth people and this great alliance. together we will continue our legacy of freedom and democracy and ensure the stability and security of the korean peninsula. we are ready to fight tonight, and 8th army is strong, and getting stronger." the change of command comes after the south korean defense ministry granted champoux a national security merit for his contributionns to the response to north korea's nuclear test and maintaining peace and stability on the korean peninsula. the world health organization says the zika outbreak may be related to el nino. doctor anthony costello says since el nino caused more rain, more mosquitos were able to breed. doctor costello went on to say that a quick vaccine sollution probably won't happen. instead, the w-h-o is
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spread of mosquitoes that transmit the virus. (s/ anthony costello/who :31) "zika virus is in a (s/ anthony costello/who :31) "zika virus is in a family of viruses, which includes dengue fever, which is a well known virus that has epidemics all over the world. we've been working on a vaccine for dengue for 15 years and we still don't have a vaccine. the w-h-o declared the zika spread a health emergency around the world yesterday. it predicts more than four-million people will get the virus this year. a train carrying liquid propane went off the tracks and caught on fire. this happened monday night in ohio, outside of akron. hazmat crews and as many as 15 fire departments worked together to put the fire out. fire officials say 500 people who lived by the fire were asked to evacuate, but they are now back in their homes. the e-p-a is investigating. and a big fire destroyed a histroic building in downtown fresno. the fire happened around five yesterday afternoon
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home. that house was built around 1900 and was on the national registry of historic places. nobody was inside the house when the fire started and nobody was hurt fighting the fire. firefighters are trying to figure out how it started. officials in australia say somone intentionially ran over and killed 17 kangaroos. this video we are about to show you may be hard to look at for some. a spokes man for an animal rights group says someone found the bodies of 16 kangaroos along a 300-foot stretch of road in brisbane. another kangaroo had to be put down because of its injuries. many of the animals were young. the spokesman says tire tracks show the car went off the road and deliberitely hit the kangaroos. a tourist from scotland was killed by an elepant in thailand. the man and his stepdaughter were riding on the elephant when the animal threw them off its back. the elephant then gored the man with his tusks and stomped on him. officials say the elephant got mad
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him to take a picture. the elephant also gored the trainer and the step-daughter was injured from her fall. they are recovering in the but it can actually be dangerous for skiiers. warm and rainy weather in the french alps is causing concerns for avalanches. some ski resorts are actually shutting down because the conditions are too dangerous. temperatures are reaching as high as 53 degrees. earlier today, a skiier described the conditions on the mountains. mos sot/ skier :15 "i've been skiing in chamonix it looks much more like a swimming pool activity. so i am taking advantage of this sunny weather to go flying because there is no point to go skiing." an avalanche in the alps last months killed five skiiers and hurt six others. punxatawny phil says spring will come early. but other places around the world are alreading basking in the spring like weather. thousands of beautiful
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the desert in israel. every year the flowers offer a unique show of nature, and thousands of people come out to take a look. this part of the desert gets a lot of rain. however, if you go thirteen miles south, the land is completely desolate, with very little vegitation. anchors ad-lib toss tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday, but much warmer with 70s. this warm up will take place ahead of a cold front that will cross overnight wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for the rain, and lingering into much of thursday. in the wake of the front, it gets much cooler for the end of the
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tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday,
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this warm up will take place ahead of a cold front that will cross overnight wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for the rain, and lingering
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thursday. in the wake of the front, it gets much cooler for the end of the week into the week with seasonable temps. the big game on sunday will be seasonable with a chance for evening showers. seasonable temps. the big game on sunday will be seasonable with a chance for evening showers. a live look at the wavy newsroom as 10 on your side producers, reporters, photographers, editors
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gets ready for the next ninety minutes of news. straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 a crash takes the life of a young boy. 10 on your details in the investigation. and another young life taken too soon. now a community is stepping up to try and keep future generations safe by encouraging bike safety. then at five-thirty - helping kids grow smarter, stronger and kinder. what happens when sesame street meets silcone valley? then at 6-- watch out for the funny money! jason marks continues his story on what you need to know before taking big bills at your business-- or an online deal. we're on your side-- coming up at 6. but first ahead here at 4 zoo officials in japan get some practice with dealing with escaped animals.
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they did it. i've been a turkey farmer my whole life... and i raise turkey for shady brook farms . we don't use growth-promoting antibiotics, that's just the way things should be done. that's important to me. my name is glenn, and i'm an independent turkey farmer. (female announcer) shady brook farms . no growth-promoting antibiotics,
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this story will probably give you a bit of a laugh. staff at a zoo in dressed in a zebra costume. the "zebra" tore down netter fences and pushed down another zookeeper. the other zookeepers
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under control by putting it in nets. the zoo does this because they have had a problem with animals escaping in the past, including a panther, elephants, and most recently, monkeys. wavy news 10 at 5 starts right now. erin whip: i'm erin kelly in norfolk, where a 9-year- old boy has died following a crash. you'll hear how his family remembers him. several schools decide to take no chances when someone sent a bomb threat. and student safety is at the forefront of many people's minds right now. how the loss of a young girl is encouraging other students to wear helmets. we're following developing news in the death of a nine year old boy-- in norfolk. lucas ballard died in a crash at 27th street and llewellyn avenue last night. ballard's mother was driving and was taken the hospital. another boy-- seven-year-old keion mcclenny-- was seriously hurt, but is expected to recover. the driver and passenger of
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pickup truck involved-- have minor injuries. 10 on your side's erin seatbelt. erin, that's a question a lot of folks had. police say that's what the evidence shows -- but they couldn't determine one way or another if that was the case for the little boy still recovering here at chkd. tonight i had the chance to learn more about the life of 9 year old lucas ballard -- and the loss his family feels tonight. c0002 - amanda joy hernandez - lucas' cousin 4510 he's dancing. he's dancing in heaven, that's what he's doing. 4513 9 year old lucas ballard -- the cub scout from north carolina -- knew how to show his love for family -- at a very young age. that you're here. i love you. i miss you,' and now lucas' cousin -- amanda -- got the call that he had died in a car crash monday evening. c0002 - amanda joy hernandez - lucas' cousin 4607 the first thing i said, i said, 'is this a when i finally got up to the
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body, that it was real. 4621 norfolk police say a pick up truck collided with the minivan lucas was in at the intersection of west 27th street and llewellyn. the crash threw lucas and his friend keion mcclenny from the van, according to keion's sister. she shared this photo of keion recovering at chkd. c0001 - kasaera mcclenny - keion's sister 4137 i got the good news that he's doing okay and he might be able to go home tomorrow and they took the breathing tubes lived in the same neighborhood -- and were inseparable. c0001 - kasaera mcclenny - keion's sister 4250 he doesn't know that lucas only friend he was playing with, is gone. it's gonna be hard to tell him. 4258 police have not determined how the crash happened and say the commonwealth's attorney's office will determine if any charges will be filed. we're told lucas' mother was driving the van and was not seriously hurt. live in norfolk,erin kelly, 10 on your side. new information now at five -
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