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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 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 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 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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portsmouth police want to put a cap - on a series of abc shopliftings from around hampton roads. a man and his accomplice have hit more than a dozen stores over the past couple weeks and most of the crimes have been caught on camera. 10 on your side's jason marks is here with the images police hope will crack the in portmouth and you see him pick up the bottle and put it down his pants. police say he's done this a bunch and sometimes he isn't alone. 55=:49:37 "they are walking out of the store right here" portsmouth police along with other southside cities are looking for two men who could be connected to more than dozen and half abc shop larcenies and burglaries. 55=50:27 "when they started reviewing footage they noticed it is the same male" police have their sights on the man-- and another they say is his side kick. over the past couple weeks-- this guy has hit stores in portsmouth over and over-- and the amount of surveillance video and pictures have
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of the things that struck us as odd is this same man came in wearing the same type of hat same jacket" in late january-- the suspect visited the store on george washington highway three days in a row. twice he came in when the store was open and you see him tuck bottles of ciroc vodka and hennessy in his pants. he then went back after closing and you can see him hammer out the front glass and kick the door in. he along with an accomplice took 20 bottles worth almost a 1000 dollars. then there is this video from the store on london boulevard.. same story-- but this time we see the men pulling up in a honda accord-- they go in and the suspect does his thing stuffing a bottle under his shirt-- as his friend is distracting the clerk. one guy takes off out the store and a couple minutes the other suspect leaves too. 55=:52:12 "what we want to do is bring them in and question them but we also want to help the abc couldn't put an exact number on how many times this guy has
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watch the video again for yourself on wavy.com and if you know who he is give police a call. jason marks 10 on your side. an outpouring of love and support continues to flow for a community stunned by a murder-suicide. for decades, the dooley family has been making a positive impact in deep creek and around the world. and today i sat down with the interim pastor of the church that people in the community have crowded for days searching for answers, comforting one another trying to heal. it's the same church the dooley's have been connected to for over 40 years where now even in death their legacy of leading people out of darkness into light lives on. it's been a little over a week since one of deep creek's darkest days. (1)1:43 thursday the church was open for four hours people coming and going and praying 1:48 a candlelight vigil saturday. (1)2:15 there were hundreds here that saturday night to pay their respects 2:20 (1)2:31 on sunday from 2-5 the church was open
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visitation with the family and there were hundreds here all day 2:41 a memorial service monday night followed by a funeral for doris, todd, lori, brooke, landon...and cameron dooley was held the following day. (1)5:06 nothing takes god by surprise 5:08 temple baptist church interim pastor jerry greco admits that through their own pain an important message that this have a saving faith, a sure faith, a steadfast faith and a sustaining faith 5:32 (1)5:49 although this was something unprecedented it doesn't change the truth of the word of god 5:56 he met the dooley's in 1982. (1)9:44 pastor and mrs dooley were like 9:52 he watched initially from afar as their ministry grew before joining their team.
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were a handful of missionaries and now there are 140 13:23 for the dooley family the ministry never sleeps 13:28 one message. (1)7:05 point them to the cross and then allow the holy spirit to move 7:10 even on the gloomiest of days. (1)8:19 the light has always been greater than the darkness 8:20 (1)14:20 we still have time we still have today we're not guaranteed forever 14:25 a lasting legacy to hold on to hope come what may. on saturday, there will be a benefit concert held peace". there's more information on wavy dot com. we're learning more about the death of a blacksburg teen. at a bail hearing this afternoon prosecutors laid out more details about how they think virginia tech students david eisenhaur and natalie keepers made plans to kill nicole lovell. prosecutors say they met at a restaurant -- then
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cleaning supplies and a shovel at two different stores. prosecutors say it was eisenhaur who planned to cut nicole's throat. the pair put her body in the back of a lexus. authorities did find a weapon -- but didn't say what it was. eisenhaurer has denied killing nicole -- but has admitted to drivng her home and to seeing her climb out of her window. at the end of the hearing -- keepers bail was denied. hundreds of people paid their final respects to nicole lovell this afternoon in blacksburg. last night hundreds of friends and family said goodbye during a visitation. many describing the teen as a kind and giving person - saying she taught them to appreciate life -- and to always cherish the good times. while police have not mentioned any specific evidence - authorities say nicole was active on social media -- - including a facebook forum called "teen dating and flirting." she reportedly showed friends texts on "kik" from an 18-year old man she planned to meet - just before she disappeared. and what happened to her
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anyone. that's the message law enforcement want parents and teens to know. 1:21-40 natasha rodgers/mom on a mission 20.22.18 "20 years ago predators had to search integrate themselves into families but technology the double was sword that it is has allowed victims to just walk right into the predators hands." the bottom line: when it comes to being online -- people can pretend to be anyone they want -- that's why parents have to be proactive and talk about it with their teen. also -- know that filters and parental controls are not foolproof. treat a smartphone like you would a computer. don't let your kids be alone in a room with theirs. make sure you have the password and check for new apps and profiles. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - the most hated man in america -- got grilled about price-gouging on capitol hill today. why the former pharmaceutical executive had very little to say.
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(martin shkreli/turing pharmaceuticals, founder and former ceo) "on the incrimination and respectfully decline to answer your question." making good on his promise -- the man so many call the most hated c-e-o in america -- pleaded the fifth at a hearing on capitol hill today. in fact -- the only question he did answer -- was how to correctly pronounce his last name. shkreli earned the ire of america last year when he raised the price of a popular h-i-v drug from 13
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dollars a pill. some saw today as an opportunity for shkreli to atone for that -- and become a "force for good." (rep. elijah cummings/(d) maryland) "the way i see it, you can go down in history as the poster boy for greedy drug company executives or you can change the system. yeah, you. your detailed knowledge about drug companies and the system we have today. and i truly believe, i truly believe, are you listening?" shkreli: "yes." once it became clear that shkreli had no intentions of answering any of the committee members questions -- he was excused from the hearing. outside -- his attorney - benjamin brafman said when this is all over everyone will realize his client is not the villain -- but a hero. coming up on wavy news
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the new hampshire primary is just days away -- and the race for the white winning in the granite state. plus - a little later - as the zika outbreak spreads -- worry increases over where the
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tonight the race for the white house is heating up with polls showing a closer contest on both sides. ten on your side's national correspondent mark meredith takes a look at where things stand in new hampshrie with time running out. trt: 1:42 out: in washington, i'm mark meredith. 00:00-00:06 - democrats set to debate in new hampshire / gop 2nd place race neck and neck 01:30-01:40 - mark expectations nats of bernie "bernie, bernie" vermont senator bernie sanders is making every effort to win new hampshire's primary. but hillary clinton. bite a "i don't know any progressive, who then takes 15 million dollars from wall street"
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manchester" after squeaking out the narrowest of wins in iowa - clinton's campaign is already looking past new hampshire to states like south carolina and nevada. poll scren the latest granite state polls show clinton down by 29 points to sanders. it's a large gap and one not likely to close before tuesday's vote. nat of trump rally "i think i came in first, if you take a look" to attack each other - the three men claim their competitors are using dirty tricks to win. trump even tweeting out: "the state of iowa should disqualify ted cruz from the most recent election on the basis that he cheated- a total fraud! cruz calls trump's claims ridiculous. bite b "its' no surprise that donald is throwing yet another temper tamtrum, or if you'd like another trumper tantrum" fresh off his third place win in iowa - florida senator marco rubio appears to have the momentum's his campaign needs. the latest polls show rubio essentially tied for second in the granite state with 15 percent support - neck and neck with ted cruz but still far behind long time
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trump. mark tag the republicans will debate saturday night in new hampshire. it'll be less crowded on stage - with rick santorum and mike huckabee no longer in the trump - the rheotoric certainly more heated in just the last 24 hours. tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20
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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 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 this front, so we'll see increasing 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
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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 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
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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. 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
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it.) and i'm tom schaad. next on wavy news 10 at 6-- a frantic search for a man accused of shooting his mother. our erin kelly has been on the story all day-- and has an update for us. and after months of staying silent-- virginia beach's mayor talks only to andy fox about the conflict of interest scandal-- his tough careeer decisions because of it-- and what he thinks of his political future.
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this interview when nicole and i see you at
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scientist in brazil have detected traces of the zika virus in bodily fluids other than the amniotic fluid of pregnant women. according to a state-run research facility - the virus has been found in urine - semen and other fluids. researchers say the main
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pregnant women infected with the virus -- and warned against reading too much into other isolated cases. a sexually transmitted case of zika was discovered in texas -- and has the scientific community scrambling to understand more about other ways the virus could be spread. new research finds girls with a-d-h-d - may have an increased risk of becoming obese as a teen or adult. researchers at the mayo clinic looked at more than 300-people with childhood a-d-h-d - comparing them to their peers with no history of the condition. females who had attention problems were twice as likely to be obese than those without a-d-h-d. treatment with anti-stimulant medications did not lower that risk. experts suggest impulsive and often erratic eating habits are likely to blame for this trend. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - it holds the record for the fastest crossing of the atlatnic. plans to restore this luxury liner could be getting under way. and new at 6-- how a community is coming together to remember a young life lost in a tragic crash.
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the historic s.s. united states has just been thrown a life preserver. once the world's fastest luxury sihp -- it's been sitting in philadelphia for nearly fifty years. today a company agreed to take on the 60-thousand dollar a month payments -- just to maintain the
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- they'll be looking into the possibility of repairing it. renovations could cost between seven and eight-hundred million dollars. stay with us... wavy news 10 at 6 is next. rain background pull out 4 pieces of rain video at 01 rain, rain everywhere. no matter where you look-- there's a good soaking in every hampton roads community today. the slow moving system is also bringing a big change in the temperature. get ready for it to feel like winter once again-- as the storm heads out to sea. before that happens-- we have several more hours of rain to go. and we've already had a good dose, so far. a look outside-- three different ways-- shows the soggy scene. what's different is the temperature. after starting in the 60's-- we're well into the 40's now. and the drop isn't done. chief meteorologist don slater has a look at tonight's rain. don? tonight: cloudy with on/off showers. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph.
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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, 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 this front, so we'll see increasing sunshine on friday with highs in the mid-40s. it'll remain windy though - sustained winds at 15 to 25 mph. expect mostly 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
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