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happened today in court "this is the man police has stolen from abc stores here on the southside more than a dozen times. we'll show you more of this video" (20:35 6) ((i really felt like i had a ton of bricks on my chest for 14 months)) runs;04 tonight virginia beach mayor will sessoms talks about his 14 months of hell. accusations of conflicts of interest at city hall the weather is first at 4. here's a live look at the rain on super doppler 10 radar. what are we in store for the rest of the evening? let's get your first look at the forecast from meterologist ashley baylor in the super doppler 10 weather center. tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 15-25 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. cool, but
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not as windy. highs: mid-40s. winds: light north. we have been tracking rain and a north/northeast breeze throughout the afternoon. not much will change this evening - expect on and off showers with temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s. there will likely be some localized flooding, especially on the roads, so it will be a slow ride home. overnight, we'll continue to track periods of rain. by early tomorrow morning, we could see some sleet and/or snowflakes mix in with the raindrops. since the ground is so wet, it's unlikely anything would stick. if anything sticks to the grass, cars, or sidewalks, it would be more likely towards the northern part of the peninsula, middle peninsula, and northern neck. high pressure will quickly build in behind it'll remain windy though - sustained winds at 15 to 25 mph. expect mostly sunny skies on saturday. it won't be as windy, but it'll be cool with highs staying in the mid-40s. we have it looks like it'll push out to sea and not bother us. (i can't rule out some spotty showers along the outer banks sunday
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make sure your stay connected with our wavy 10 weather app - its' free for all apple and android users. virginia beach police are working to track down a shooting suspect. family members told 10 on your side 20- year-old devante williams shot his mother this morning on kitimal drive in ocean lakes. she survived and is recovering. police consider him armed and dangerous. officials placed ocean lakes high school and elementary school on lockdown as a precaution. erin kelly has been working to learn more
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a man at the home says devante is his son and the victim his wife. he says she's doing better and that the family loves devante and wants to get him the help he needs. investigators taped off the home on kitimal dr near dam neck road this morning the call came in around 730 am victim went to the hospital police are looking for a 2014 red 4 door toyota camry with "prosper" i'll have more on what i found in court documents coming up at 5 live in vb, ek the accomack county sheriff's office is investigating a homicide.
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deputies found a man shot outside a home on raymond townsend lane in 22-year-old robert baytops the fourth died at the hospital. deputies haven't made any arrests. hampton police are looking for the suspect in a shooting. detective say alexander king shot a woman during a robbery january 29th --- while she sat in a car on towne centre way. the victim survived. if you can help police find king --- call the crime line. prosecutors have presented their case against the man accused of tossing a child over a fence after a high speed police pursuit. state police arrested devonte johnson back in october. they say he was going more than 100-miles- per-hour on providence road in virginia beach. investigators say he crashed into a house then threw a toddler over a fence. 10 on your side's joe fisher was in the courtroom when johnson faced a judge and has new information in the case. two felonies -- three misdemeanors are moving forward here in virginia beach court against devonte johnson. he's the man who
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river road. he eventually slammed into a townhouse on peppermill place. here's a look at the 22-year-old johnson. he's reon road --- taking off from police against at speeds reaching 100 miles an hour. we now know a three year backseat when police caught up to him he took off on foot with the child --- and eventually "tossed the child like a basketball" over a six foot privacy fence on peppermill place. a virginia state police trooper testified in court today --- saying johnson eluded and resisted arrest several times. his lawyer outside court gives a new reason on why johnson took off from police. super = william taliaferro, jr./defense attorney "he gave the police a statement that someone tried to rob him earlier at a small mart around there somewhere and that initially he was running from those people." "you see police lights behind
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used some pretty bad judgement there's no question about it." now facing child endangerment and felony eluding charges. those will be heard by a grand jury on feb. 16 more testimony and reaction from the judge. we'll have it for you at
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a grand jury has indicted a portsmouth man for allegedly taking indecent liberties with a child. court documents say donald womack gave the 15-year-old victim money, food and alcohol. on three occasions, the documents say the alcohol made the teenager pass out. police say womack innapropriately touched the teenger in october and november. in 2012, a judge sentenced the 41- year-old to serve eight months of a five year sentence for taking indecent liberties with a child. he now faces five new charges. a man is behind bars accused of two robberies in virginia beach. police arrested 63-year-old raymond ellis on abduction and robbery charges. he's accused of approaching victims in a parking lot on rosemont road on january 16 and on january 26 . detectives say ellis approached the victims with a knife. one was sexually assaulted. new information in a deadly robbery in hampton.
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hampton police say they have a suspect in custody. police say an employee of the gift card atm store on west mercury boulevard shot two suspects last month. 18-year-old timothy johnson died at the scene. 21-year-old tacarie veney was also shot and went to the hospital. now veney is in jail facing a list of charges. the employee who shot the suspect isn't facing charges because he was legally carrying the gun. portsmouth police are searching for a robbery suspect. officers say someone hit the dollar deals on victory boulevard around 7 last night. this is surveillance video. no one was hurt. the southampton county sheriff's office is investigating a deadly crash. it happened around 5 last night at the interesection of main street or 58 and rochelle street in courtland. investigators say 81-year old alice ricks' car crossed the center line and hit another car head on. she died at the scene. ricks wasn't wearing a seatbelt. the driver and passenger of the other car were hurt. investigators say there was heavy rain at the time of the crash but
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they don't know exactly why ricks' crossed the center line. testing is beginning on sexual assault evidence kits in virginia. it's part of a 1-point-4 million dollar program being led by attorney general mark herring's office. the goal is to clear a backlog of more than 2-thousand untested physical evidence recovery kits. the commonwealth finalized a contract to perform the testing at a northern virginia facility. the first kits submitted for testing will come from virginia beach and fairfax county. some of the sexual assault evidence kits date back to 19-88. detectives have them on tape. now local police are trying to track down two men responsible for a crime spree at the same kind of business. we'll show you the video of them in action. a special delivery service has launched in our area. we have all the details coming up. one-on-one with virginia beach mayor will sessoms. hear what he told 10 on yout side's andy fox about the "conflict of interest" scandal. a live look right now
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tonight at six -- one on hall, the political fallout, and whether he will run again. he sat down with 10 on your side's andy fox lots of ground to cover tonight. sessoms detractors say he got off easy investigation into over 50 votes by the virginian pilot. votes where sessoms allegedly benefited townebank borrowers, it all came down to one misdemeanor charge violating virginia's
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act. he says he did not get off easy, after pleading "no contest" to that one charge, and it hurts him deeply. mayor will sessoms/virginia beach ((and that trouble's me greatly that troubles me because it results in me pleading no contest on that issue and that is from someone who doesn't' even have a traffic violation so yes i consider this a big deal i regret it)) tonight at five, i ask sessoms about the golden parachute he got from townebank, and how that impacted his decision to leave the bank in the midst of the growing controversy. at six our full investigation, he answers lots of questions including did he ever consider resigning from office. we got some pretty big storms yesterday, and some folks saw lightning. but probably nothing like
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what two people saw in australia. check this out. nats of flash of lightning "oh my god!" the lightning got way too close for comfort for these guys. they were about to take their boat out, but stopped when they saw the storm clouds approach. the men told a local news crew the bolt of lightning got so close they felt the static from it. homes and cars have damage after a tornado touched down in georgia. wednesday's storm brought down trees on houses and damaged roofs. power also went out. this is video of storm damage in north carolina. winds blew at 50 miles an hour yesterday. there are no reports of serious injuries. trees came down and them. electricity. meteorologist ashley
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tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 15-25 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. cool, but not as windy. highs: mid-40s. winds: light north. we have been tracking rain and a north/northeast breeze throughout the afternoon. not much will change this evening - expect on and off showers with temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s. localized flooding, especially on the roads, home. overnight, we'll continue to track periods of rain. by early tomorrow morning, we could see some sleet and/or snowflakes mix in with the raindrops. since the ground is so wet, it's unlikely anything would stick. if anything sticks to the grass, cars, or sidewalks, it would be more likely towards the peninsula, middle peninsula, and northern neck. high pressure will this front, so we'll see increasing
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sunshine on friday with highs in the mid-40s. it'll remain windy though - sustained winds at 15 to 25 mph. expect mostly sunny skies on saturday. it won't be as windy, but it'll be cool with highs staying in the mid-40s. we have been tracking the out to sea and not bother us. (i can't rule out some spotty showers along the outer banks sunday morning, but that's about it.) tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 15-25 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. cool, but not as windy. highs: mid-40s. winds: light north. we have been tracking rain and a north/northeast breeze throughout the afternoon. not much will change this
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expect on and off showers with temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s. there will likely be some localized flooding, especially on the roads, so it will be a slow ride home. overnight, we'll continue to track periods of rain. by early tomorrow morning, we could see some sleet and/or snowflakes mix in with the raindrops. since the cars, or sidewalks, it would be more likely towards the northern part of the peninsula, middle peninsula, and northern neck. high pressure will quickly build in behind it'll remain windy though - sustained winds at 15 to 25 mph. expect mostly sunny skies on saturday. it won't be as windy, but it'll be cool with highs staying in the mid-40s. we have it looks like it'll push out to sea and not bother us. (i can't rule out some spotty showers along the outer banks sunday morning, but that's about
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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. social media websites and apps are popular with so many people-- especially teenagers. do you realize the dangers that are lurking online? new at 5:30-- we'll tell you how some virginia parents are being proactive- to protect kids from predators. plus-- time may be up for out-of-state motorists who skip out on tolls in virginia. what lawmakers want to do, to penalize the cheaters-- and how much the commonwealth is
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losing from those unpaid fees. it's considered a "lost treasure" and a man on the outer banks has it. we're talking about the only recording of the very first super bowl game. this weekend marks the 50th. the story behind the forgotten find-- and why it's causing friction with the national football league-- new at 5. see these stories when tom schaad joins me beginning at 5. new information in the murder of a virginia teen. two virginia tech students are behind bars. the new details prosecutors have released in the killing. but first a popular fast food chain is making a big change to its popular kids meal. here's a live look at the conditions on the road right now. 10 on your side's liz kilmer and photojournalist curtis akers are driving with a camera safely mounted on the
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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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a new amazon prime service starts today in hampton roads. the company says its one-hour delivery service is expanding to virginia beach and other places in the seven cities. the service is for thousands of daily essentials like paper towels or milk. in virginia beach, prime now is available from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week. one-hour delivery is
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available for $7.99. two-hour delivery is free. google fiber is planning to give free high speed internet to thousands of low- income americans. the first place to get it --- a 13-hundred household community in kansas city. the company says it intends to wire select public housing buildings in all of the cities where it operates. it's part of a plan the white house launched last summer to connect low-income households to the internet. a california man is suing mcdonald's over what he says is fake cheese in the fast food restaurant's mozzarella sticks. he is asking for his dollar-and-27 cents back and damages for customers he says were misled. mcdonald's website describes the cheese sticks as made with 100 percent real mozzarella. but the lawsuit claims that the fast food chain instead uses starch additives and other "filler" ingredients. mcdonald's denies the allegations. mcdonald's is making changes to its popular happy meal. from now until february 15, instead of a toy --- happy meals will contain one of four kid's books.
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by the time this year's giveaway is over, mcdonald's estimates it will have distributed 50 million children's books. a would-be-robber learns a lesson from a war vet. see the hero turn the tables on the suspect. crimes caught on tape at local a-b-c stores. 10 on your side's jason marks will show you the suspects at work and tell you how you can help police --- next. meteorologist ashley baylor 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
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here's a live look at the conditions on the road right now. 10 on your side's liz kilmer and photojournalist curtis akers are driving with a camera safely mounted on the dashboard. meteorologist ashley baylor tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows:
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mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 15-25 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. cool, but not as windy. highs: mid-40s. winds: light north. we have been tracking rain and a north/northeast breeze throughout the afternoon. not much will change this evening - expect on and off showers with temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s. there will likely be some localized flooding, especially on the roads, so it will be a slow ride home. overnight, we'll continue to track periods of rain. by early tomorrow morning, we could see some sleet and/or snowflakes mix in with the raindrops. since the cars, or sidewalks, it would be more likely towards the northern part of the peninsula, middle peninsula, and northern neck. high pressure will quickly build in behind this front, so we'll see increasing sunshine on friday with highs in the mid-40s. sunny skies on saturday. it won't be as windy, but it'll be cool with highs staying in the mid-40s. we have it looks like it'll push out to sea and not bother us. (i can't rule out some spotty showers along the outer banks sunday
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local police are looking to lock up two men they say continue to steal from abc stores. detectives believe they have hit more than a dozen times. portmouth police shared video of the crime with jason. most of the time the suspect comes in alone with a cell phone to his ear and in just a matter of minutes stuffs a bottle down his pants. this is video from the abc store on london boulevard in portsmouth. there you see the suspect right there. police say he always wears the same hat and same coat. on this occasion he is there with his side kick who distracts the employee. police beleive they have hit more than a dozen and a half times in the last couple weeks throughout hampton roads. 55=:52:12 "what we want to do is bring them in and question them but we also want to help the abc store solve all these crimes." coming up tonight at 5:30-- we will show you more video of these two suspects plus the car they are driving around in. see
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if you can help police track down these suspects. live in the newsroom jason marks 10 on your side. a prosecutor says two virginia tech students plotted to kill a 13-year-old girl and hide her body. that new information came out druing a bail hearing for 19- year-old natalie keepers. the commonwealth's attorney says keepers and 18-year-old david eisenhauer met at a fast-food restaurant to plan how they'd kill 13-year-old nicole lovell. the prosecutor says eisenhauer admitted to driving to lovell's home, that he saw her climb out of her window, greeted her with a side hug and then brought lovell to keepers. authorities found a weapon but it wasn't described. the commonwealth's attorney didn't give a possible motive or describe how the killing was carried out --- but says lovell's body was put in the back of a lexus. eisenhauer is accused of kidnapping and fatally stabbing nicole. keepers is charged with being an accessory before and after the crime, and accused of helping to hide nicole's body. at the end of the hearing --- the judge denied bail for keepers. the newport news
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sheriff's office is working to help the victims of the water michigan. tomorrow between 8 a-m and 4 p-m you can drop off a case of bottled water at the justice building across from city hall. on saturday --- new beech grove baptist on tabbs lane will collect water between 9 a-m and 5 p-m. the sheriff's office says catholic charities in flint will distribute the water. a heads up if you live near the jefferson lab in newport news. the facility will conduct the monthly test of its tornado warning siren tomorrow morning at 10:30. the test will last up to three minutes. you could hear the siren as far as a mile and a half away. you'll have a chance to meet with portsmouth city leaders tonight as they talk about the budget high school on london boulevard. the city manager and superintendent will be on questions. decision 2016. tonight is the democrats' final face-off before new tonight's m-s-n-b-c debate is hillary
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take on bernie sanders face to face before new hampshire votes on tuesday. the two candidates will meet on stage at the university of new hampshire. recent polls show sanders has a double-digit lead in the state. clinton is gaining ground. virginia elections officials have voted to throw out a party affiliation statement that the republican party of virginia had planned to implement in the march 1st presidential primary. the statement would have required all g- o-p primary voters to sign a form to declare themselves republicans before casting a ballot. a virginia republican party committee asked the state not to implement the statement a state elections official says it cost more than $62-thousand dollars to print and mail the required paperwork. we're on your side with information about an expanded recall from honda. the automaker is recalling another two million vehicles because the driver's air bag inflators made by takata can explode and hurl shrapnel. the recall includes older models dating back to 2005.
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some newer vehicles also made the list. honda will notify customers of affected vehicles. all new at five -- the navy pairs up with local first responders for an active shooter exercise. why integration among agencies is the key. (show car on roof) that's a car on the roof of a house. how did it end up there? what happened before this bizarre crash. some people are excited about this weekend's super bowl because of the game or the ads. others can't wait to hit the buffet line. and most of that food is unhealthy. the biggest offenders and how you can make it a little
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"im matt gregory in manteo with beth rebuck, beth what did your first husband hand you almost 40 years ago? two metal cases marked super bowl 1? has any one ever seen them? no. why won't they? that story coming up." when the denver broncos and carolina panthers hit the field on sunday -- america will be hitting the buffet line. super bowl parties often include a lot of unhealthy treats. bowl smorgasbord --- some people can consume as many as 2-thousand calories on game day. culprits is the chicken
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wing. three to five can have as many as 300 calories. and no one only eats three to five wings. lisa cimperman, ms, rdn, ld - uh case medical center "chicken wings are basically calorie and fat grenades." dietitians suggests replacing chicken wings with chicken tenders. also -- swap out sour cream in dips for greek yogurt and stick with light beer. the best defense against an entire bowl of chips and dip is a plate. fill it up once --- then turn your back on the buffet table and get into the game. many people are buying and setting up new t-vs in their homes ahead of the big game. if you are one of them --- beware of the tip over danger televisions can pose to children. according to the consumer product safety commission's "anchor it!" campaign --- one child dies every two weeks and one child is injured every 24 minutes when a t-v or a piece of furniture falls onto them. the c-p-s-c, safe kids worldiwde and the
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consumer electronics association are urging people to do a quick check to make sure all t-vs are safely secured and properly placed. t-vs should be mounted to the wall with a bracket or anchored to a low, stable piece of furniture that's appropriate for the t-vs size and weight. the colonial williamsburg foundation has its first-ever super bowl commerical this year. it's narrated by former n-b-c nightly news anchor tom brokaw. the ad showcases images of presidents, innovators and accomplishments. it's part of colonial williamsburg's ongoing campaign challenging americans to put today's headlines into historical context. straight ahead --- my one on one interview with the pastor of the church just across the street from the scene of a murder-suicide in chesapeake. what he has to say about the dooley family and their impact on the deep creek community. tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20
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new tonight help for a hurting community. the interim pastor of the temple baptist church in chesapeake speaks to 10 on your side about guiding people through a trying time. the home where cameron dooley killed his mother, father, grandmother and sister before turning the gun on himself last week sits just feet away from the church. it's the
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house of worship people have been flocking to to pray for healing since the tragic event and the place cameron's grandfather pastored for years. "(jerry greco, interim pastor, temple baptist -1)13:17 in 1970 there ministry never sleeps 13:28" coming up at 5:30 minister greco talks about the lasting legacy of the dooley family. it's a one-on-one interview about faith through trying times that you'll only see here. there will be a benefit concert in honor of the dooley family on saturday. it will be held from two to four at deep creek baptist church. the concert will be hosted by theressa brown from 95.7 fm and comedian cletus kassady. this event is free and open to the public however, they will be accepting donations to help the family. one person is hurt after a wall collapsed in downtown nashville. it happened while construction crews were working on a building this morning.
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light north. we have been tracking rain and a north/northeast breeze throughout the afternoon. not much will change this evening - expect on and off showers with temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s. there will likely be some localized flooding, especially on the roads, so it will be a slow ride home. overnight, we'll continue to track periods of rain. by early tomorrow morning, we could see some sleet and/or snowflakes mix in with the raindrops. since the ground is so wet, it's unlikely anything would stick. if anything sticks to the grass, cars, or sidewalks, it would be more likely towards the northern part of the peninsula, middle peninsula, and northern friday with highs in the mid-40s. it'll remain windy though - sustained winds at 15 to cool with highs staying in the mid-40s. we have it looks like it'll push out to sea and not bother morning, but that's about it.) straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 10 on your side's matt
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gregory sits down with the owner of a rare piece of sports history. find out why the public may never be allowed to see it. and virginia lawmakers are taking action to collect unpaid tolls from out of state drivers. how the state hopes to team up with other states. then at five-thirty - he's been called the most hated man in america - and today he got a grilling about price-gouging from lawmakers. why the former pharmaceutical executive had very little to say. and at 6-- opening up about a city hall scandal-- and whether it will make or break his political future. virginia beach's will sessoms has a lot to say to andy fox about his year long legal battle. it's a story you don't want to miss-- coming up at 6. but first ahead here at 4 we're hearing from the woman with the first confirmed case of zika in virginia. where she got it and what she's doing to make sure
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a colorado hospital is asking thousands of patients to get tested for h-i-v and hepatitis. authorities discovered that a former employee may have stolen narcotic pain medication. the 28-year-old worked during surgeries in operating rooms at the hospital from august 2015 until january of this year. authorities won't say how
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patients could have been exposed. only that the tech could have put surgery patients at risk. we are hearing from the harrisonburg mother of three who became the first known case of the zika virus in the commonwealth. heather baker has made 4 trips to guatemala as a missionary over the past 16 months. her symptoms started as swolen lymph nodes, body aches, a rash and joint pain. a test last week confirmed she has zika. baker has taken extra precaution to prevent the spread like not sharing drinks or food with her kids. "we're being careful because there are so many unknowns." (butt to) "if you have a trip planned to one of these areas postpone it." baker plans to return to missionary work once she's recovered. health officials have confirmed a patient contracted the zika virus through a blood transfusion. there have been a few cases of sexual transmission reported. now doctors say a hospital patient in brazil contracted the mosquito-borne virus last year after a blood transfusion. the american red cross and american association
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of blood banks recommend anyone who's traveled to parts of the world where zika is spreading wait 28 days before donating blood. that's how long the virus is believed to remain in the bloodstream. zika doesn't harm most people, but is believed to be responsible for a rapid increase in birth defects in brazil. virginia's house of delegates has approved a bill that would require public school students to get at least 20 minutes of physical activity a day. the senate has already approved its version of the bill. it applies to students in kindergarten through fifth grade. some lawmakers say the bill is unfair for teachers and local districts. wavy news 10 at 5 starts right now. virginia beach police are searching for a shooting suspect. his relationship with the victim may surprise you. a man is in trouble for not only allegedly leading police on a chase -- but also throwing a toddler over a fence in violating the
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virginia conflict of interest act. (24:36 7) (after the shock you start thinking back about what these accusations are) runs:05 tonight we peel back the onion examining how sessoms delt with the growing controversy. first at five -- a soggy drive home for many tonight. the rain has been falling over the region most of the day. this is on top of last night's heavy rain. this is video from chesapeake. just a gray gloomy day-- and it's really adding up. so we're starting with chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler 10 weather center. don, how much rain are we talking about here? tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. friday: a few showers early, possibly some sleet and snow mixing in. no accumulations expected. highs: mid-40s. winds: n 15-25 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. cool, but not as windy. highs: mid-40s. winds: light north. we have been tracking rain and a north/northeast breeze throughout the afternoon. not much will change this evening - expect on and off showers with temperatures holding so it will be a slow ride home. overnight, we'll continue to track periods of rain. by early tomorrow
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morning, we could see some sleet and/or snowflakes mix in with the raindrops. since the ground is so wet, it's would be more likely towards the northern part of the peninsula, middle peninsula, and northern neck. high pressure will quickly build in behind this front, so we'll see increasing sunshine on friday with 25 mph. expect mostly sunny skies on saturday. it won't be as windy, but it'll be cool with highs staying in the mid-40s. we have it looks like it'll push out to sea and not bother us. (i can't rule out some spotty showers along the outer banks sunday morning, but that's about
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we are following developing news out of virginia beach. police are still searching for a dangerous suspect. this is 20-year-old devante williams. police say he was involved in a shooting on kitimal drive, near dam neck road, this morning . the victim's family tell us he shot his own mother. she is expected to be okay. erin kelly joins us live. erin, what are family members telling you right now? devante's father says they love him -- and want to get him the help he needs. he doesn't know why this
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