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tonight: light evening rain showers. small light snow chance after midnight. lows in the lower 30s. wind: wsw 5-10mph. wednesday: light snow possible before 8am. otherwise, mainly cloudy. highs in the lower 40s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and cold. highs in the mid 30s. breezy... wind: wnw 15-20mph. an unsettled weather patter continues for our area due to an upper level disturbance. therefore, on and off showers will be tomorrow. evening rain showers tonight. then after midnight, light snow showers are possible mainly for areas north of the southside....but the southside could catch a few very light snow showers before 8am.
accumulations expected. then, as the upper disturbance moves away...it turns colder. highs by thursday will only reach the 30s...with weekend highs only around the freezing mark and lows in the teens and 20s. the state of nasa is strong. that's what administrator charles bolden said during his speech today. this was the first time the state of nasa address was done in hampton roads. 10 on you side's brandi cummings was there and joins us to explain why. stephanie, anita- this address came after president obama's budget was released. charles bolden said nasa is asking for a significant increase in the amount of money for
and some of the work done with that money will happen here at nasa langley so this is where he wanted to let the world know the state of nasa. nats 21:51:42 the state of our nasa is as strong as its ever been 21:51:46 that is the message from nasa administrator and astronaut charles bolden. hundreds of nasa langley employees packed the research hanger to hear the annual state of nasa address. it's the first time its center. sot - charles bolden, nasa administrator - clip 59 22:02:57 it is what we consider to be the center from which all of nasa came. 22:03:02 bolden's nearly 30 minute speech came after president obama's budget release. in it nasa is slated to get 19-billion dollars next year. if approved by congress bolden says the money would mean three things- international unity is a part... sot - charles bolden, nasa administrator - clip 59 22:07:48 stability is one thing. constancy of purpose is perhaps the biggest thing. including the plan to send humans to mars. sot - charles bolden, nasa administrator - clip
people need to understand the amount of work that's going into making their lives better every single day. 22:04:09 the work includes science, aviation research and developing new technology....some of which would happen in hampton roads. nasa langley center director dave bowles was happy to host nasa's leader and excited about the future. sot- dave bowles, nasa langley center director - clip 63 22:09:34 it is just fantastic there is nobody in the agency that has more passion about what the agency does and the people who do the work. 22:09:43 bolden's speech ended emotionally as he thanked the nasa employees for their work. for him what they do is more than just space exploration - there is a potential impact on us all. sot - charles bolden, nasa administrator - clip 59 22:06:16 we represent a hope for humanity 22:06:19 this was a big day for nasa langley. one of the other things we learned today is that nasa langley will mark 100 years next year. so there will be quite a celebration soon. we are working to post a link on our website where you can
nasa address. once its posted you can find it under this story live in the newsroom brandi cummings 10 on your side. the president's 20-17 budget proposal also includes a 19-billion dollar increase in cyber-security. that's a 35 percent increase from last year. the administration announced its "cyber-security national action plan" today. it includes the addition of a federal chief information security officer. that person would coordinate cyber- security efforts across government agencies. the white house hopes to have the position filled within the next few months. it's decision day in new hampshire. voters started heading to the polls early this morning. most polls close in just a little over an hour from now -- at 7. with the last polls closing at eight. and there's a big voter turnout being reported in new hampshire. the polls point to big wins for republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders. nbc's steve handelsman is in manchester with the latest.
could see the big turnout at ward 3 in manchester sot: gail athas, polling official :04-:06 "it's really steady- very good" some new hampshirites made up their minds today who to "once i heard ted cruz speak himself" voter mos :21-:26 "i believe in what bernie stands for - and i felt that - i needed to go with my beliefs" "donald trump. he's a businessman - he tells it like it is" sot: donald trump (r- presidential candidate) :26-:28 "in new hampshire i feel very good" trump could score his first-ever election win and...after repeating a vulgarity last night he promised today.... that kind of thing stops be president or just before you get to be president the attitude would change very much " nats chris christie (r- presidential candidate) "thank you so much for your support - smooch" trump's runner up sot: jeb bush (r-presidential candidate) :52-:54 "i'm the only guy standing up to the guy" nats: hillary clinton (d - presidential candidate ) hello !! hi guys whoooo..hi everybody" democrat hillary clinton is hoping to get within single digits today of bernie sanders
presidential candidate ) 1:01-1:04 enough to relax sot: bernie sanders (d- presidential candidate ) 1:07-1:12 "i like to take nice quiet walks apparently not today" if the vermont socialist senator wins big he will rock the democratic establishment nats: sanders, i feel great ! soon after the polls close here we're going to hillary clinton and know handelsman, nbc news, manchester new hampshire our coverage of the new hampshire primary continues on air and online. stay with wavy news and check wavy dot com for updates throughout the night. we're learning more about the relationship between a blacksburg teen -- and the virginia tech student accused of killing her. a friend and classmate of 13 year old nicole lovell -- tells the washington post -- that lovell talked about running away with 18 year old david eisenhauer -- and starting a family with him. natasha bryant told the "post" that the
bryant says she and others told lovell that it wasn't safe to talk to "older guys" online. they warned her she could be hurt -- or kidnapped -- or worse. last night - more than a hundred people gathered in downtown blacksburg to honor the slain teenager. the vigil was sponsored by woman-space at virginia tech and take back the night. both organizations are dedicated to student and citizen safety. students at virgina tech say they are bothered by the allegations against eisenhauer and natalie keepers. plus - "just like el faro" a congressman says mistakes were made -- and he wants answers -- after a cruise ship with thousands of people on board -- sailed right
united auto workers is sending its support to families affected by the flint water crisis. the detroit-based automaker -- and the union -- planning to donate three million dollars over the next five years. working with the united way -- the money will go towards health and education services for children in flint who have been exposed to lead. the mayor of flint announced a 55- million dollar plan to remove the lead- contaminated pipes from the city. working with a group from lansing -- the "fast start plan" will begin with high risk homes that have children under age six and pregnant women. lansing has already removed 13-thousand contaminated pipes from its city in the past 12 years. mayor weaver said she does not want to wait on governor rick snyder -- but she is asking for his support of the project. it could begin as early as this month and be completed in a year. meantime -- about three hundred miles away in sebring, ohio -- the latest round of testing show the state environmental protection agency found high levels of lead in the tap water of nearly a dozen homes.
600 homeowners in sebring have submitted tap water samples for testing. 30 have tested above the federal standard - so far. the city has come under fire in recent week after officials said the operator of the water plant waited months to let the people know about high levels of lead in some homes. the number of americans who do not have medical insurance has dropped dramatically over the last two years. according to the national center for health statistics, more than 7 million fewer people were without insurance in the first 9 months of last year -- compared with 2014. the biggest decrease was among adults aged 18 to 64. states showing the biggest declines in the number of uninsured americans were arizona, california, colorado, and florida. coming up on wavy news calls for an investigaiton after the captain of a cruise ship -- loaded with passengers -- decided to sail into a dangerous storm. why a florida congressman is comparing it to what happened with "el faro."
a follow up to a story we first told you about yesterday. a florida congressman is now calling for an investigation -- after a cruise ship -- with thousands of passengers on board - sailed right into a storm. a royal caribbean cruise ship - anthem of the seas -- was battered off the carolina coast on sunday. for nearly twelve hours passengers were forced to stay inside their rooms. the national weather service had issued an alert -- warning of possible hurricane force winds in the area. today - senator bill nelson is calling for the national transportation safety board to investigate. . sen. bill nelson/d florida 8-32 when there's a storm brewing -- why are mistakes made just like el faro - they knew that a hurricane was coming - what is happening in this
we can prevent these kinds of accidents -- that could be so tragic in the future. there are more than 45-hundred passengers and 15-hundred crew members aboard the ship. no serious injuries were reported. the cruise ship ended up turning around and is on its way back home to new jersey royal caribbean is giving passengers a full refund. n-c 12 is closed on ocracoke because of flooding - and not expected to be back open until tomorrow morning around ten. n-c dot says there is ocean over wash and sand on the roadway in buxton. there's also standing water at pea island,
tonight: light evening rain showers. small light snow chance after midnight. lows in the lower 30s. wind: wsw 5-10mph. wednesday: light snow possible before 8am. otherwise, mainly cloudy. highs in the lower 40s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and cold. highs in the mid 30s. breezy... wind: wnw 15-20mph. an unsettled weather patter continues for our area due to an upper level disturbance. therefore, on and off showers will be possible now thru tomorrow. evening rain showers tonight. then after midnight, light snow showers are possible mainly for areas north of
southside could catch a few very light snow showers before 8am. little if any accumulations expected. then, as the upper disturbance moves away...it turns colder. highs by thursday will only reach the 30s...with weekend highs only around the freezing mark and lows in the teens and tonight: light evening rain showers. small light snow chance after midnight. lows in the lower 30s. wind: wsw 5-10mph. wednesday: light snow possible before 8am. otherwise, mainly cloudy. highs in the lower 40s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and cold. highs in the mid 30s. breezy... wind: wnw 15-20mph. an unsettled weather
area due to an upper level disturbance. therefore, on and off showers will be possible now thru tomorrow. evening rain showers tonight. then after midnight, light snow showers are possible mainly for areas north of the southside....but the southside could catch a few very light snow showers before 8am. little if any accumulations expected. then, as the upper disturbance moves away...it turns colder. highs by thursday will only reach the 30s...with weekend highs only around the freezing mark and
with winter weather in the forecast --- be sure to tune in to wavy news 10 today starting at 4:30 tomorrow morning. jeremy wheeler, don roberts, lex gray and jen lewis are on your side with the latest news, weather, and traffic as you get ready to head out the door every morning. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - technology is great -- but when it comes to it's time to get back to the basics. and i'm tom schaad. next on wavy news 10 at 6-- "the operators of the animal hospital of nags head arrested for trafficking in opium or heroin. people here shocked" a new custom home on the water is bound to trigger more scrutiny from permit inspectors. we
learning at all. in fact these state-of-the-art technologies could be distracting kids more than teaching. tablets have become the go-to item for play time. but researchers say while tablets are fun - children need to go back to playing with building blocks. that's because interaction with others is vital. and things like tablets, phones, and other technological devices are distracting children from playing with other kids and their parents. 46-57 "children learn from adults through play and through reading and shared activities, and so anything that you do that isolates them, that's detrimental." tied to 1:03-09 they need the hand-eye coordination, they need the gross motor, they need to do something other than looking at a tablet." experts warn: parents and educators think they're teaching letters and numbers -- but what they're realling doing is teaching a child how to use a touch screen. coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - we'll take you to one of the biggest partys going
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people are expected to attend. and no doubt -- they'll be celebrating way into the night! here's a fun fact -- the first mardi gras was celebrated in the u-s way back in 17-03. stay with us... wavy news 10 at 6 is next. there's snow from north to south across half of the nation-- and it's slowly pushing east. the big question tonight-- will hampton roads get a visit from old man winter-- or squeeze by both. but don't count on school being closed-- we're looking at very minor stuff. the system headed east blanketed parts of alabama-- yes, even that far south. it wasn't much-- but when you're not used to it-- it can cause issues. around hampton roads-- showers here and there. but you may see some flakes mixed in-- depending where you are. chief meteorologist don slater has a look at what to expect tonight.
expect tonight. don: during the civil tiny ice pellets, sleet. it has coded parts toward the eastern but right to the heart of the hampton roads, not that much in terms of the precipitation. the move in for a closer view. it's extending to northern gloucester county. little bit of sleep mixed on in. the area that was over the eastern peninsula is now over the shore. not that often, certainly not for the hampton roads cities but