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today. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is in the weather center with more on how much rain we can expect. jeremy, hopefully people got out and enjoyed the sunshine because we won't see much of it today. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: on/off rain showers. rain may be heavy at times. highs will be in the 50s early. temps will drop to the 40s through the day. winds: sw then north at 10-20mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. occasional rain showers. lows will be in the mid 30s. winds north 10-20mph. friday: a few early showers. then partly cloudy. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 15-20mph. a cold front is very slowly moving through the region today. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. this will help to keep the rain going today into tonight. localized flooding will be possible
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forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue behind it. we'll see the rain wrap up tomorrow morning. it could end briefly as a rain/snow mix, but nothing would stick. then we'll dry out through the day. we'll be dry on saturday. most of sunday looks dry now. however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few hundred miles offshore. this may bring of the region. this will west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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this morning, a heartbroken family is asking for your prayers and help after an accident in norfolk took a young boy's life. 9-year-old lucas ballard on west 27th street and llewellyn avenue monday night. his best friend, 7-year-old keion mcclenny, survived the crash and is recovering at home this morning. tonight, loved ones plan to remember lucas' young life in moyock. 10 on your side's rico bush has more details on tonight's vigil and how you can help the family. rico - brandi, don, family and friends will gather tonight at six and pack
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field at moyock elementary school where lucas went to school. in the meantime, the family has set up a go-fund me page to help with funeral costs and hospital bills. on the day of the crash, police say a pickup collided with the minivan lucas and his best friend keion mcclenny were riding in. according to investigators, the impact from the crash threw the two young boys from the vehicle. paramedics rushed both of them and the woman behind the wheel to the hospital. lucas died a short time later. it took several days for his best friend, keion to leave the hospital, but family members say he is doing well. 10 on your side spoke with his sister. c0001 - kasaera (key-share-uh) mcclenny - sister 4112 knowing that he's doing okay, i'm a little bit better about it, but i'm still in shock about my brother being in an accident and he's 7 years old. 4118 butt to 4253 playing with, is gone 4256 it's gonna be hard to tell him. 4258 police say the mother driving the minivan, the pick-up driver and his only passenger are expected to recover. the commonwealth's attorney has not
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file charges in this case. in our-next half hour, a family member shares special moments about lucas' life. you'll hear from a woman who knew him best. rico bush, 10 on your side. today one of three suspects accused in a home invasion is expected in court. 18-year-old devon langley has a preliminary hearing scheduled this morning. virginia beach police believe langley, along with these two men - patrick turner and tajhai jones - broke into a home on cassady avenue back in july. they say two masked men with guns forced their way inside and demanded valuables from the victims inside. when the victims refused, the men ran away. no one was hurt. happening today, one of the suspects accused in the death of nicole lovell is expected in court for a bail hearing. lawyers representing 19- year-old natalie keepers rescheduled the hearing yesterday for later this morning at 11:00. 18-year-old david eisenhauer also faces charges in the 13-year-old's kidnapping
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later today the coast guard cutter bear should return back to portsmouth. for the past month the bear's crew has been patroling the waters in the caribbean to stop drugs from entering the country. in one bust along, the crew confiscated more than 46 pounds of cocaine. still ahead, a shocking investigation about a possible exposure at a hospital out west. how officers believe a man could have put thousands of people at an item many of us have in our homes. why you need to stop using a popular vacuum cleaner. and unbelievable video you have to see. what stopped two boaters right in their
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: on/off rain showers. rain may be heavy at times. highs will be in the 50s early. temps will drop to the 40s through the day. winds: sw then north at 10-20mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. occasional rain showers. lows will be in the mid 30s. winds north 10-20mph. friday: a few early showers. then partly
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the mid 40s. winds north 15-20mph. a cold front is very slowly moving through the region today. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. this will help to keep the rain going today into tonight. localized flooding will be possible with another 1-2" of rain forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue behind it. we'll see the rain wrap up tomorrow morning. it could end briefly as a rain/snow mix, but nothing would stick. then we'll dry out through the day. we'll be dry on saturday. most of sunday looks dry now. however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few hundred miles offshore. this may bring some precipitation to northeast north carolina or perhaps a stray shower to the rest of the region. this will have to be monitored carefully. if the storm changes track just a little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to the
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updates. much colder by the middle of next week. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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a new push to extend light rail into virginia beach. but not every councilmember is on- board. plus, you don't want to miss this literally shocking video. wait until you see how close two guys came, to getting struck by lightning. but first residents don't feel safe after someone broke into their cars. one man explains why this crime is seemingly more
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residents in chesapeake are concerned over a rash of car break-ins. and unlike other break-ins stories we've done in the past, these victims say their cars were secure. editor: assist/p10 ches car breakins/c2 51;18 - 51;25 "the car was locked and armed with the alarm but they were able to bypass that with no damage at all." he didn't want to show his face. he says thieves ransacked his car and stole cash and a credit card. several residents in the las gaviotas neighborhood said someone broke into
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night to early tuesday morning. editor: multiple butted sots already near beginning of liz k 10p pkg :03 - :12 "i noticed it" "when i opened it i noticed everything was out of the glove box." we are working to get more information from police about these break-ins. one resident told us he called police, but as of last night, an officer still had not responded to his home. police in norfolk need your help to find an armed purse thief. take a close look at these pictures. they show a man robbing a woman last thursday afternoon on granby street near lafayette park. the 54-year-old woman told police she was unloading her car when a man grabbed her purse. she wasn't hurt. here's a look at the vehicle police believe the man drove off in. investigators say it's an acura m-d-x from the early 2000's. there's a white decal on the back window. if you have any information about this theft or this vehicle, call the crime line.
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and health officials, are investigating to determine if thousands of patients were exposed to h-i-v or hepatitis. officers in colorado believe a former surgical technician stole pain medication intended for patients, and in the process, exposed 29-hundred people. the employee worked at the swedish medical center near denver. authorities say he switched out patients' i-vs to inject himself, then placed the needle back into circulation. medical licensing records identified the man in question. a journalist confronted him yesterday at his home. suspension. you know it's going to hit the news allen/fmr. surgical (justin joseph/englewood, co) : "okay. anything you want to say?" (rocky allen/fmr. surgical technician) "no sir ." the hospital says there is no evidence any patients are in danger. it's offering free and confidential testing for anyone who had surgery while the technicial worked there. we're on your side with a recall warning this morning. dirt devil is recalling more than 158- thousand of these vacuums because
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an electrical shock hazard. the recall covers three models of the pet-cyclonic upright vacuums. so far there have been more than a dozen reports of a prong on the electrical cord detaching and remaining inside the outlet. no one has reported getting hurt. if you have one of these, you should stop using it and contact the company for a free replacement. and listen to this. a clean kitchen could help you lose weight. researchers asked a group of stressed out women to wait in a cluttered kitchen while another group waited in an organized kitchen. both rooms had bowls of cookies. researchers say the group in the messy kitchen ate twice as many cookies than those in the clean one. this morning there's a new push to get light rail running in virginia beach.
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board. this week, the city manager showed councilmembers how light rail in other cities, helped the community grow. he says it was an important step to show the whole picture of what the tide could do for the resort city. city council will have to make up its mind soon. in the coming months the city has to buy the light rail cars. brian solis / city of virginia beach c0046 28:20 "they require a 30 point they go to systems testing is a 30 month time diference because they are a special order vehicle." 28:29 10 on your side spoke with the city's treasurer who is not on board. he told us there's a lack of support and need for the tide. so far he's collected 17-thousand signatures on petitions against light rail. this morning, people in georgia will start to cleaning up after a tornado touched down last night. you can see the twister brought down power lines and damaged homes. fort stewart near hinesville was hit hard by the storm. officials at the base said the clean up could take up to three days. they also said anyone
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will be able to stay at army lodging. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: on/off rain showers. rain may be heavy at times. highs will be in the 50s early. temps will drop to the 40s through the day. winds: sw then north at 10-20mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. occasional rain showers. lows will be in the mid 30s. winds north 10-20mph. friday: a few early showers. then partly cloudy. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 15-20mph. a cold front is very slowly moving through the region today. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. this will help to keep the rain going today into tonight. localized flooding will be possible with another 1-2" of rain forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue behind it. we'll see the rain wrap up tomorrow morning. it
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rain/snow mix, but nothing would stick. then we'll dry out through the day. we'll be dry on saturday. most of sunday looks dry now. however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few hundred miles offshore. this may bring some precipitation to northeast north carolina or perhaps a stray shower to the rest of the region. this will have to be monitored carefully. if the storm changes track just a little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to the region. stay tuned for updates. much colder by
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we know we got some pretty big storms yesterday, and maybe people saw some lightning. but probably nothing like what two people saw in australia. check this out. :09 - :19 nats of flash of lightning "oh my god!" the lightning got way too close for comfort for these men. they were about to take their boat out, but stopped when they saw the storm clouds. the men told a local news crew the bolt of lightning got so close
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. if you think you climb a
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runners in new york yesterday probably put us all to shame. :00 - :05 "take your mark...." nats of horn blast they competed in the 39th empire state run-up. they tried to get up to the top of the building as fast as they could, braving 86 flights of stairs! by elevator it takes under a minute. the fastest runners can reach the top in about 10 minutes. that reminds us about the time don roberts hit the stairs in virginia beach last spring for step up for the center. he ran up 37 floors at the westin at town center to raise money for the up center which supports a ton of programs including youth mentoring and job training. in about three minutes,
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an explosion that tore a hole in the middle of a plane. the accounts from passengers who witnessed it, are pretty unbelievable. plus, a young life taken too soon. rico bush explains how friends and family are remember a nine-year-old boy killed in a car crash today. and also happening today - a group is meeting to recall a local official. why they want him out of office. listen up! i'm here to get the lady of the house back on her feet. and give her the strength and energy to stay healthy. who's with me?! yay! the complete balanced nutrition of great tasting ensure.
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no one has claimed responsibility for a deadly explosion that ripped a hole in an airplane over somalia. it happened tuesday on board an daallo airlines plane. the pilot said there was a terrible explosion and thought it was a bomb. witnesses say after the explosion they saw a man on fire get sucked out of the plane at 14-thousand feet in the air. yesterday aviation officials in somalia said they didn't find an evidence this was a criminal act. happening right now - computer problems for the i-r-s. we're on your side with how this could affect your tax refund. plus, after a little boy killed in a terrible car accident,
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ones plan to honor him today. and caught in the act. new video this morning showing a superhero on the wrong side of the law. we'll get to those headlines in just a moment, but first the impact of the rain today. jen lewis is checking on the wet roads in your 10 time saver traffic. and meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking the showers. jeremy it's going to be like this most of the day. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: on/off rain showers. rain may be heavy at times. highs will be in the 50s early. temps will drop to the cloudy. occasional rain showers. lows will be in the mid cloudy. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 15-20mph. a cold front is very slowly moving through the region today. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. this will help to keep the rain going today into tonight. localized
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with another 1-2" of rain forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue behind it. we'll see the rain wrap up tomorrow morning. it could end briefly as a rain/snow mix, but nothing would stick. then a very strong area of low northeast north carolina to be monitored carefully. if the storm changes track just a little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to the region. stay tuned for updates. much colder by the middle of next week. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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this morning technical problems are to blame if you are having trouble filing your taxes. the i-r-s says it stoppped accepting electronically filed tax returns because of a problem with one of its computer systems. that's going to delay you from filing online and getting your return. the outage could affect refunds, but the i-r-s said it did not disruptions." we continue our coverage at 4-30 with new information about a accident in norfolk. tonight, loved ones will gather at moyock elementary school to remember a 9-year-old boy taken from his family too soon. lucas ballard died in serious crash on
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llewellyn avenue monday night. his best friend, a 7-year-old boy, survived. police say lucas was wearing a seat belt. rico bush joins us in our newsroom with more on this difficult story and tonight's service. rico - brandi, don, family and friends are expected to pack the soccer field at moyock elementary school at 6 tonight, where lucas was a student, to honor his short life in this world. family members say lucas is dancing in heaven - they plan to remember the big kid with a big personality. according to police, on the day of the crash, lucas and his best friend keion mcclenny were riding in the back seat of his mom's minvan when a pickup truck collided with their vehicle at the intersection of west 27th street and llewellyn avenue. the impact threw both young boys from the car. paramedics rushed the boys and lucas' mother to the hospital - lucas died a short time later. police say keion fought hard to stay alive - he is out of the
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recovering at home. this morning, we hearing from loved ones about the young life lost and how the plan to honor lucas tonight. c0002 - amanda joy hernandez - lucas' cousin 4812 he was always there for that hug or that pick me up 4813 or that, you know whatever happens, type, i love you type, saying, you know...most kids don't give you that 4918 butt to 4624 it hurts so bad because no child should have to be taken from their mother. 4627 the driver of the minivan is expected to recover, along with the the pick-up driver and his only passenger. the commonwealth's attorney has not decided yet if he will file charges in this case. investigators don't believe alcohol was a factor in the accident. in the meantime, the family has put together a website to help with funeral costs and hospital bills. if you'll like to help, we'll tell how you minutes! live in the newsroom, side. virginia beach mayor will sessoms sits down with 10 on your side - to talk about the scandal. he spent 14 months fighting the accusations.
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to andy fox about the virginian-pilot investigation. we asked sessoms if he thought he should resign-- or how team sessoms managed the growing crisis. he talked about how his full-time job with the townebank led to legal troubles with his part-time job as mayor. mayor will sessoms/virginia beach (20:59 6) ((i did make a technical error and i am sorry i let my guard down)) runs: 04 (38:24 8 cut down first part of byte) ((if you want me to be truthful i do want you to be truthful i look back here and i wonder how i did i do both those jobs and i did them and i did them well but i really didn't have the time i needed for each one of them)) runs: 17 you can watch andy fox's interview with mayor will sessoms tonight. his report begins at 4 with his full investigation at six. this morning, a citizens group is working to recall the city treasurer.
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plus, hundreds of local families hit hard by recent shipyard layoffs. we're on your side with resources to get them through the tough times. and anger over the water crisis in flint, michigan. mr. keith creagh/director, department of environmental quality: we cannot guarantee at this point in time the water is safe to drink. how congress is working
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: on/off rain showers. rain may be heavy at times. highs will be in the 50s early. temps will drop to the 40s through the day. winds: sw then north at 10-20mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. occasional rain showers. lows will be in the mid 30s. winds north 10-20mph. friday: a few early showers. then partly cloudy. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 15-20mph. a cold front is very slowly moving through the region today. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. this will help to keep the rain going today into tonight. localized flooding will be possible with another 1-2" of rain forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue behind it. we'll see the rain wrap up tomorrow morning. it
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rain/snow mix, but nothing would stick. then we'll dry out through the day. we'll be dry on saturday. most of sunday looks dry now. however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few hundred miles offshore. this may bring some precipitation to northeast north carolina or perhaps a stray shower to the rest of the region. this will have to be monitored carefully. if the storm changes track just a little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to the region. stay tuned for updates. much colder by the middle of next week. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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budget talks. 10 on your side breaks down how city decisions will effect you, and how you can get involved. plus two presidential candidates call it quits. we'll tell you who they are supporting now. and local families fall on tough times. 10 on your side talks to a former shipyard
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everywhere for a job. happening today, there is a meeting tonight about recalling a local city treasurer. a group called the citizens recall committee started a petition to get norfolk city treasurer anthony burfoot out of office. a grand jury indicted burfoot on federal perjury and public corruption charges last month. earlier this week - a grassroots group filed the paperwork to start circulating a petition. they want to have burfoot recalled before his trial
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months. c1 20:01:53 - we really would like for him to resign or we would like for him to take a leave of absense. that would be in the best interest of the entire community in norfolk. c1 19:56:01 - there's too much of a cloud over his head. burfoot has said since the beginning he will not step down. the citizens recall committee said it will hold a meeting tonight at 7:00 at pretlow library in ocean view. happening today in portsmouth, you'll have a chance to meet with city leaders as they talk about the budget process. the city manager and superintendent will be on hand to answer your questions. the meeting is tonight from 6:30 to 8:30 at i-c norcom high school. this is video of last month's community budget meeting. residents told 10 on your side their main concern was safety and the school system. today, the man accused of throwing a 3-year-old child over a fence during a police chase in virginia beach, is expected to be in court. devonte johnson faces several charges, including child endangerment.
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october's incident. investigators say johnson was going 74 in a 55 when state troopers tried to pull him over on interstae 64. officers johnson refused to stop and crashed here on pepper mill place off indian river road. witnesses say he casually pulled the little boy out of the car, threw him over the fence, then tried to run away. police caught up with johnson a short time later. developing news as congress tries to get to the bottom of the water crisis in flint, michigan. the state's department of enivornmental quality cannot guarantee the water is safe to drink. lawmakers launched their own investigation into whether or not any criminal act was made during the crisis. the acting water chief for the e-p-a said federal officials urged the state to treat the water for corrosion-causing elements, but were "met with resistance." a professor from virginia tech who helped uncover the high lead levels, testified before congress. (sot/ rep. sheila jackson
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"would you say that there are criminal activities or results of this inaction? (sot / marc edwards / environmental professor / virginia tech :45 - :47) "if it's not criminal i don't know what is." the e-p-a also said it could have done more after michigan switched its water to a cheaper source. the two remaining democrats running for president will square off tonight. former secretary of state hillary clinton and senator bernie sanders are scheduled to debate tonight in new hampshire. the two are heading into another tight race after the iowa caucuses. you can watch the two hour debate tonight at 9:00 on m-s-n-b-c. meet the press moderator chuck todd and m-s-n-b-c's rachel maddow will moderate. both clinton and sanders participated in c-n-n's town hall in new hampshire. each candidate took questions from the crowd and host anderson cooper. while not on the stage together, both went after each other's positions. po-165we sen bernie sanders :00 - :17 "there are other issues anderson where i do not think she is progressive. i do not
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progressive who has a superpac and takes 15 million dollars from wall street. that's just not progressive. butt to po-177we (hillary proposals could ever be achievable. so i don't want to over-promise. we've had too much of that. the republican candidates are set to debate this saturday in new hampshire. at least two men will not be at the republican presidential debate. late last night former pennsylvania senator rick santorum officially suspended his campaign. he threw his support behind senator marco rubio. also senator rand paul dropped out of the race. it's likely his libertarian followers will support senator ted cruz. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: on/off rain showers. rain may be heavy at times. highs
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temps will drop to the 40s through the day. winds: sw then north at 10-20mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. occasional rain showers. lows will be in the mid 30s. winds north early showers. then partly cloudy. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 15-20mph. a cold front is very slowly moving through the region today. a weak area of low pressure will form along the front as it moves offshore through the afternoon. this will help to keep the rain going today into tonight. localized flooding will be possible with another 1-2" of rain forecast. the front will slowly push offshore tonight, but rain will continue behind it. we'll see the rain wrap up tomorrow morning. it could end briefly as a rain/snow mix, but nothing would stick. then we'll dry out through the
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saturday. most of sunday looks dry now. however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few hundred miles offshore. this may bring some precipitation to northeast north carolina or perhaps a stray shower to the rest of the region. this will have to be monitored carefully. if the storm changes track just a little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to the region. stay tuned for updates. much colder by the middle of next week. nothing would stick. then we'll dry out through the day. we'll be dry on saturday. most of sunday looks dry now. however, a very strong area of low pressure will form a few hundred miles offshore. this may bring some precipitation to northeast north carolina or perhaps a stray shower to the rest of the region. this will have to be monitored carefully. if the storm changes track just a little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to
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region. stay tuned for updates. much colder by the middle of next week. northeast north carolina or perhaps a stray shower to the rest of the little to the north or west, then it could bring a wintry mix closer to the region. stay tuned for updates. much colder by
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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now to a 10 on your side follow-up about hundreds workers. it's been 60 days since newport news shipbuilding told 738 workers -- they would lose their jobs. as we reported, yesterday was their last day. even with the notice, many former employees say they're struggling to find work. c0020 - jonathan logan - former shipyard worker 1401 we applied for washington, mississippi, anywhere, you know, just to get something. 1405 we have learned: the virginia employment commission plans to work with local unions- in hopes of getting people new jobs. head to wavy dot com if you need help looking for work. coming up, caught on camera. police say a
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caught on the wrong side of the law. check this out. police in florida are looking for this man they say dressed up as batman and robbed two separate dollar stores. you can see the suspect is holding a
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backpack. investigators say the armed robberies happened tuesday night in orange county. the store employees were not hurt, but the costumed-superhero turned villain is still
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a young life remembered. we'll show you how friends and family plan to honor the 9-year-old boy who died in a car crash. car break-ins. why victims say the police aren't doing enough to stop the crimes. possible exposure! authorities say a hospital worker out west may have put people in contact with hepatitis or hiv. what investigators are saying this morning. and new evidence into what caused the explosion that blew a hole in the side of this airplane. but first we start with the weather, and what
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