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and - fighting for his life. a police officer is shot overnight, now doctors are doing everything they can to keep him alive. but first, we're talking about the next round of winter weather to impact hampton roads. the radar is still clear across our area, but we can expect some big changes in the next 36 hours. this is a part of a system that's expected to bring slick driving conditions, extremely cold weather and snow. thanks for joining us this midday i'm brandi cummings in for katie collett. and i'm don roberts. let's take you out to the skies over downtown norfolk. make sure you grab those sunglasses and jackets - it's a cold one. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center.. this afternoon: bright, but cold. highs: mid-30s. winds: w 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows: low-20s.
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with a chance of light snow late. highs: low-30s. winds: but despite a bright day, it'll be cold with highs only in the mid-30s. winds will be blowing out of the west at 10 to 20 mph, so at times, it'll feel more like it's in the mid to upper-20s. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of low pressure will develop offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light snow during the early afternoon hours. expect light snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. most of the area will pick up a dusting to an inch. farther south, through north carolina, we could potentially see 1 to 2 inches of snow! suffice to say, your evening commute will be a slow ride home. we'll be dry, but cold through the weekend. temperatures will only top out in the low-30s on
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sunday - some of the coldest air of the season....so far! keep in mind, it'll be windy both days, so it'll feel more like it's in the teens and 20s all weekend. by next monday and tuesday, we will be tracking more wintry weather. the jury is still out on when we'll see snow and when we'll see a change-over to rain. we'll keep you updated - as we wait for the snow to move in - v- dot is being proactive and -pretreating the roads. crews have already targeted the interstates between the southside and peninsula. v-dot points out this is the first measurable snowfall that's expected across parts of the southside. all snow clean-up materials are restocked following last months winter weather. crews will monitor pavement conditions after snowfall tomorrow through- out the weekend. our team of meteorologists will continue to track this winter weather. make sure you join us for wavy news 10 starting at 4 with anita blanton and stephanie harris. and then again tomorrow on wavy news today.
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wheeler will have the latest breakdown of the winter storm. this is probably a good time to make sure you have the wavy weather app. it's free for all android and apple users. make sure you have your push notifications on so you can be alerted whenever there are weather issues. happening now - virginia beach mayor will sessoms is delivering the state of the city address. 10 on your side is at the event where mayor sessoms is expected to look into the city's future. this is a live look from the event. right now people are eating before the mayor gives his speech. right now people are eating before the mayor sessoms is also expected to address community concerns and highlighting developments. 10 on your side's andy fox is there. he'll have live reports starting today on wavy
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also happening today - hundreds of people are standing together against violence in hampton roads. the city of hampton is hosting a symposium that from all of the seven hampton roads cities along with several state leaders. they are all addressing crime among african american men. this type of gathering before. officials say it's time to send a message. the event began at eight this morning at the hampton roads convention center. it aims to reduce youth violence and boost black male achievement by featuring topics that engage young children and men. leaders say the goal of the event is for people to take ideas and information back to their communities and put them into action. we've got more details on the event on wavy.com a 59-year-old hampton school bus driver is in the hospital after being assaulted by a 14-year-old female. the incident happened around 8-30 this morning
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say the adult female driving the bus had to be taken to the hospital after the assault. the eighth grade teenager was taken by hampton police. 10 on your side's erin kelly is working all angles on this story - you can catch her live reports starting at 4. we have new information chesapeake we brought to you as breaking news on wavy news 10 today. an early morning fire badly damaged a house on canal drive in deep creek. highway. investigators say someone called 9-1-1 saying the home's back porch was on fire. neighbors saw the fire safely. no one was hurt. but the family now has to find somewhere else to stay. crews are trying to find the fire. new at midday - norfolk police are on the lookout in the larchmont neighborhood. the driver has been approaching kids and asking inappropriate questions. this has gone on the last couple of days in the late afternoon. if
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about the vehicle call the crime line. a controversial bill would allow security guards in local schools to carry a gun. for years, bills aiming to arm school staff have failed in the general assembly. however this new bill just passed the education committee. under the proposal, security guards would have to be retired police officers and get permission from the local school board before getting a weapon. some say the bill is a slippery slope, but gun advocates believe permit holders should be allowed to carry guns on campus and believe this bill is a step in that direction. philip van cleave virginia citizens defense league] liberty university is a virginians for responsible gun laws] if you can find an opening to crack open the door then next year you can add more things and push the door wider. those against the bill, say retired officers should at least have to go through annual training before they're allowed to carry a weapon on school grounds.
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man is responsible for several restaurant burglaries in the city, and they hope you can help catch him. take a good look at his picture. police say he's broken into at least four restaurants in two weeks. each time getting away with cash. here's video of him attempting a fifth break-in at the ole bay seafood restaurant on lafayette boulevard. he was unsuccessful here. we spoke to the family who owns the restaurant about what happened. sot --- chang yon - ole bay seafood (yes, it is had a hammer inside. c12 6:46 - we didn't lose anything. but we had to pay for the door to be fixed. :50 police need your help to catch this guy. if you recognize him - call the crimeline at 1-888-lock u up. a state legislative house panel killed a bill that requires students to use bathroom based on their biological sex. 10 on your side has been following the case where a gloucester student, born a female, sued his
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banned him from using the boy's restroom. the bill that failed in the house panel would have required school boards to adopt students to use restrooms and locker rooms based on their biological sex. proponents say it was designed to protect students' privacy. but opponents said transgender people should be allowed to use the their choice. the results are in from a new survey -- conducted by a career website -- examining the gender pay gap. according to glassdoor, the majority of working adults believe men and women at their company are being paid equally. but that perception doesn't match reality in several countries - including the united states. 89-percent of americans believe that men and women "should" be paid equally experience levels. polish up those resumes. there's a job fair in norfolk today. it started about an hour ago and goes until 2:00 at the doubletree by hilton near norfolk international airport. that's on north military highway. dress to impress because
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prospective employers at the event. this is a free event. for more information about how to register and get a ticket, go to wavy- dot-com and look for this story. there are 98 new jobs in suffolk. emser tile will invest more than 16-million dollars to make an east coast distribution center. virginia won the project - it wsa up against south carolina. after several months of an intense investigation -- an arrest has been made for an arson in newport news. 22-year-old charmaine march of virginia beach is charged with arson of an occupied dwelling. in october - a fire spread at an apartment complex on marcus drive. march is in the newport news city jail without bond. there was a big honor today for three men who saved a teen from the elizabeth river. norfolk police say they pulled him after he jumped off the campostella bridge yesterday. the three shipyard workers in their tugboat
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paramedics took him to the hospital where he's expected to be okay. 10 on your side was at lyon shipyard this morning as officers thank the men. you can watch this full story tonight on wavy news 10 starting at 4. still ahead - fighting for his life - a police office is in the hospital after being shot overnight. plus - parole denied - the man who tried to get out of prison - decades after assassinating a politician. still to come on wavy news 10 midday. he's a trip - well, he was tripped - and it helped police catch him in the middle of an act. we'll explain. plus - digging out - snow is already covering parts of the u-s -- whats being done to make sure drivers can get around. and - we'll get a look at your super doppler 10
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we're following breaking news at this hour from mexico. mexican government officials say at least 50 people are dead after a riot at a noreastern mexican prison. the riots are just days ahead of a planned visit by pope francis to another prison in mexico. state government says the situation is under control -- but haven't released details of what happened. a new bill in virginia could raise the speed for reckless driving. the senate passed a bill that would prevent police from charging drivers for going 11 miles an hour over the speed limit. right now, it says law enforcement can charge people for going 81 in a 70-mile- per-hour zone. the bill would make the threshold for reckless driving 85-miles-per-hour. supporters say it helps balance an earlier bill that raised some interstate speed limits to 70 in the commonwealth. norfolk southern officials are staying
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improve the railroad's profits, not on rival canadian pacific's efforts to merge the two railroads. executives from both railroads spoke at an investor conference wednesday. that's a day after canadian pacific says it planned to ask norfolk southern shareholders if they support a merger between the two railroads. canadian pacific ceo says he thinks consolidation makes too much sense for the rail industry right now. he says he hopes norfolk southern executives will agree to sit down and discuss details of a possible merger. we're on your side - looking into a risky trend among teens in hampton roads is under the microscope. e-cigarette use is exploding across the country with teens picking up the habit at an alarming rate. an estimated 2 million high-school students and 450-thousand middle-schoolers are experimenting with vaping. researcher's at eastern virginia medical school in norfolk are studying ways to reverse the trend. kelli england will, phd/associate professor
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2:03:11 to be able to reach the teen audience work to get their attention to stop using :26 or to nevr pick it up is really what we're aiming for :29 coming up tonight at six, our stephanie harris talks with one teen about his experienes with e-cigs in school. and has more on the plan to reverse the trend. people in upstate new york are digging out after a lake effect snow storm. some of the hardest hit areas saw up to 9 inches of snow. this is video from niagara county last night. some people are happy about the new snow... howevet, others are just hoping crews get out to clear it all up. mos says: "i just wanted i rode like 11 miles which isn't much but i made it happen." the local fire
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many of them had to go to accidents because of the slick roads. ( weather anim - with track) this afternoon: bright, but cold. highs: mid-30s. winds: w 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mostly cloudy with a chance of light snow late. highs: low-30s. winds: light/variable. we will be tracking plenty of sunshine this afternoon, but despite a bright day, it'll be cold with highs only in the mid-30s. winds will be blowing out of the west at 10 to 20 mph, so at overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of low pressure will develop offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light snow during the early afternoon hours. expect light snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. most of the area will pick up a dusting to an inch.
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commute will be a slow ride home. we'll be dry, but cold through the weekend. temperatures will only top out in the low-30s on saturday and upper-20s on sunday - some of the coldest air of the season....so far! keep in mind, it'll be windy both days, so it'll feel more like it's in the teens and 20s all weekend. by next monday and tuesday, we see snow and when we'll see a change-over to rain. we'll keep you updated - in the meantime, warm
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we're on your side - as the wind chill is expected to drop near zero. for some homeless people they're safe from the bitter blast. lt. jack mun-ley with evms police says he always stops to help when he sees a homeless person in need. he usually takes food and clothes, but he says their needs have
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give. he is asking for donations. lt. jack munley/evms police c001 00:58 a gentleman was wearing socks on his hands and he was very have the means to go out and by all this stuff but if i set up a go fund me page people would help and they really stepped up and helped out. 1:15 runs 17 (but worth it!) when we first aired this report -- a go fund me page had just about two-thousand dollars -- since then many of you have helped it jump to more than five- thousand dollars! if you'd like to help lt. munley's cause - we've put all the info on wavy.com. up next on midday - it's the trip of a life - but for one crook - the trip didn't include palm trees and vast amounts of sun... we'll explain. plus - parole denied for one man who assassinated
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we're back with a glimpse of what you can see at looks back at the good, bad, and the ugly parts of our history. the exhibit helps visitors learn about the jim crow era and the long road our country has traveled since therbia parker and his wife collected artifacts that tell the story of bondage
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(3)26:41 i'm unpacking the artifacts and these here are slave shackels with the key attached to it 26:49 (4)33:06 this is an original 1823 newspaper if you see here it says public sales and if you look at the items then it says also 24 negroes 33:17 the exhbit is open friday and saturday at the portsmouth community colored library museum. the man convicted of assassinating robert f. kennedy, will remain behind bars. a board denied sirhan sirhan parole for the 15th time yesterday. the convict told the board he remembered nothing from the night senator kennedy died almost 50 years ago. sirhan will remain in state prison in california. coming up on midday-- all eyes on the south - that's as presidential candidates prepare for the next wave of
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repare for the next wave of primaries. first, we're talking about the next round of winter weather to impact hampton roads. the radar is still clear across our area, but we can expect some big changes in the next 36 hours. this is a part of a system that's expected to bring slick driving conditions, extremely cold weather and snow. thanks for joining us this midday - i'm don
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and i'm brandi cummings in for katie collett. let's take you out to the skies over downtown norfolk... make sure you grab those sunglasses and jackets - it's a cold one. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 athewecenter.. this afternoon: bright, but cold. highs: mid-30s. winds: w 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mostly cloudy with a chance of light snow late. highs: low-30s. winds: light/variable. we will be tracking plenty of sunshine this afternoon, but despite a bright day, it'll be cold with highs only in the mid-30s. winds will be upper-20s. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of low pressure will develop offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around afternoon into your evening commute. most of the area will pick up a dusting to an inch. farther south, through north carolina, we could potentially see 1 to 2 inches of snow! suffice to say, your evening commute will be a slow ride home. we'll be dry,
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sunday - some of the coldest air of the season....so far! keep in mind, it'll be windy both days, so it'll feel more like it's in the teens and 20s all weekend. by next still out on when we'll in the meantime, warm layers and more warm layers. as we wait for the snow to move in - v- dot is being proactive and pretreating the roads. crews have already started pretreating the interstates between the southside and peninsula. v-dot points out this is the first measurable snowfall
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parts of the southside. all snow clean-up materials are restocked following last months winter weather. crews will monitor pavement conditions after snowfall tomorrow through- out the weekend. our team of meteorologists will continue to track tomorrow's winter weather. make sure you 4 this afternoon with anita blanton and stephanie harris. and then again tomorrow meteorologist jeremy wheeler will have the latest breakdown of the meteorologist jeremy wheeler will have the latest breakdown of the winter storm. this is probably a good time to make sure you have the wavy weather app. it's free for all android and apple users. make sure you have your push notifications on so you can be alerted whenever there are weather issues. happening now - virginia beach mayor will sessoms is delivering the state of the city address. 10 on your side is at the event where mayor sessoms
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this is a live look from the event. the mayor just started to address the crowd on a variety of concerns and highlighting developments for the state's largest city. you can expect the latest on this event starting today on wavy news 10 at 4. happening today - hundreds of people plan to stand together against violence in hampton roads. the city of hampton is hosting a symposium with several state leaders to address crime among african american men. it's something that's
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officials say it's time to send a message. the event began at eight hampton roads convention center. it aims to reduce youth violence and boost black male achievement by featuring topics that engage young children and men. leaders say the goal of the event is for people to take ideas and information back to their communities and t them into action. we've got more details on the event on wav a 59-year-old hampton school bus driver is in the hospital after being assaulted by a 14-year-old female. the incident happened around 8-30 this morning on grimes road. police say the adult female driving the bus had to be taken to the hospital after the assault. the eighth grade teenager was taken by hampton police. we have new information about a fire in chesapeake we brought to you as breaking news on wavy news 10 today. an early morning fire badly damaged a house on canal drive in deep creek. that's off south military highway. investigators say someone called 9-1-1
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porch was on fire. neighbors saw the fire and got the residents out safely. no one was hurt. but the family now has to find somewhere else to stay. crews are trying to find out what started the fire. new at midday - norfolk police are on the lookout the driver has been approaching kids and asking inappropriate questions. this has gone on the last couple of days in the late afternoon. if you have any information about the vehicle call the crime line. a controversial bill would allow security guards in local schools to carry a gun. for years, bills aiming to arm school staff have failed in the general assembly. however this new bill just passed the education committee. under the proposal, security guards would have to be retired police officers and get permission from the local school board before
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weapon. some say the bill is a slippery slope, but gun advocates believe permit holders should be allowed to carry guns on campus and believe this bill is a step in that direction. philip van cleave never had any problems with it. butt to andy goddard virginians for responsible gun laws] if you can find an opening to crack open the door then next year you can add more things and push the door wider. those against the bill, say retired officers should at least have to go through annual training before they're allowed to carry a weapon on school grounds. norfolk police say one man is responsible for several restaurant burglaries in the city, and they hope you can help catch him. take a good look at his picture. police say he's broken into at least four restaurants in two weeks. each time getting away with cash. here's video of him attempting a fifth break-in at the ole bay seafood restaurant on lafayette boulevard. he was unsuccessful here. we spoke to the family who owns the restaurant
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sot --- chang yon - ole bay seafood (yes, it is "ole.") c12 4:25 - he had 6:46 - we didn't lose anything. but we had to pay for the door to be fixed. :50 police need your help to catch this guy. if you recognize him - call the crimeline at 1-888-lock u up. virginia's republican-dominated house approved a bill that would allow prison officials to execute inmates in the electric chair if lethal injection drugs are unavailable. the bill passed by a two-thirds vote wednesday. a similar bill stalled in the gop-contolled senate two years ago. several companies have blocked the use of their drugs in executions, forcing many states to consider other methods. the results are in from a new survey -- conducted by a career website -- examining the gender pay gap ... according to glassdoor .... the majority of working adults believe men and women at their company are being paid equally.
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doesn't match reality in several countries - including the united states. 89-percent of americans believe that men and women "should" be paid equally for similar work and experience levels. polish up those resumes. there's a job fair in norfolk today. it started about an hour ago and goes until 2:00 at the doubletree by hilton near norfolk international airport. that's on north military highway. dress to impress because you'll have a chance to interview with prospective employers at the event. this is a free event. for more information about how to register and get a ticket, go to wavy- employers at the event. this is a free event. for story. there are 98 new jobs in suffolk. emser tile will invest more than 16-million dollars to make an east coast distribution center. virginia won the project - it wsa up against south carolina. we're following breaking
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mexico. mexican government says at least 52 people are dead and another 12 are hurt after a riot at a northeastern mexican prison. the fights were between two rival factions earlier today. the riots are just days ahead of a planned visit by pope francis to another prison in mexico. state government says the situation is under control -- but haven't said what all happened. after several months of an intense investigation -- an arrest has been made for an arson in newport news. 22-year-old charmaine march of virginia beach is charged with arson of an occupied dwelling. in october - a fire spread at an apartment complex on marcus drive. march is in the newport news city jail without bond. the democratic candidates for president with square
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debate tonight. fresh off his win in new hampshire, bernie sanders will go head-to-head with hillary clinton in milwaukee. p-b-s newshour is hosting this 6th debate at 9 tonight. while president barack obama has not yet publicly endorsed a democratic candidate, his former press secretary believes he knows how the president is leaning. he had this to say on c-n-n yesterday. jay carney/former white house press secretary "i think the president has signaled, while remaining neutral, that he supports secretary clinton's candidacy and would prefer to see her as the nominee. he won't officially embrace her unless and until she's going to be the nominee. the white house wouldn't comment on carney's remarks. hillary clinton has frequently talked about her closeness with president obama on the campaign trail. new this morning, ohio governor john kasich is expected to sign a bill that takes goverment money away from planned parenthood. kasich is coming off a
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the republicans. signing the bill into law could help him appeal to conservatives in south carolina ahead of the february 20th primary. you can expect to see candidate visiting south carolina... as we get closer to the "first in the south" primary. political signs are already lining busy intersections in the upstate as well as ads in places you might not expect like pandora radio. with all eyes.. now on south carolina.. candidates are being very careful in their final push here.. especially as more and more of them.. drop out of the race. still ahead on midday- man down - we'll show you how one persons fast actions quickly and unexpeditly brought down a criminal. plus - fighting for his life - a north dakota police office is in the hospital after being shot overnight. plus - we're on your side with another look at the super doppler 10 forecast
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we continue to follow developing news from fargo, north dakota. a police officer is fighting for his life after being shot wednesday night. 33-year-old jason moszer went to a domestic call in the city - when a gunman shot the officer. a part of the city had to be blocked off as the standoff with the gunman continued. officers are working with the man who shot moszer to get him out of the home. fargo police chief david todd talked with
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shooting...and got very emotional. (s/ chief david todd / fellow officers, (starts crying) i'm sorry." officer moszer is in very critical condition at the hospital. according to our affiliate station in fargo, when the swat team went in the house, the found the suspect shot to death. protesters in south korea strongly against north korea's latest nuclear test and long-range missile launch held a demonstration today. about 200 people are calling for the south stern measures against north korea. the protesters set flags and photos of north korean leader kim jong un on fire during the demonstration. a chinese man is on his way back to the u-s where authorities for killing his teenage nephews. a document was signed during a court appearance allowing him to be extradited back to america. the found in california last month.
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the suspect january 24th after he arrived in hong kong on a flight from los angeles. an extradition date hasn't been set. new information this midday about a deadly train crash in germany. rescue workers are still trying to get two trains apart that killed 10 people and hurt at least 80 more. the accident happened tuesday. a source involved in the case says the investigation is focusing on the actions of a signal controller. however, investigators say the cause is still being looked into the cause - although, they were able to find two of the three black boxes from the trains. often times - police need your help catching criminals. in the u-k -- one man is being called a hero for literally tripping a man police were chasing on foot. british police were chasing a suspect - when a man walking down the sidewalk casually sticks his leg out and trips the
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after he fell, two officers made an arrest. the passerby, continued his walk after helping police. a bad haircut can be the difference between a good and bad day. but, at one barbershop in san diego - a woman took her anger to the next level. the barbers says the 29-year-old woman left happy with her haircut - but came back and tried to shoot the man. people at the barber shop say she tried to shoot him three times but the gun didn't work properly. two barbers held threw the woman on the ground and help her there until police got to the shop. we're on your side - looking into a risky trend among teens in hampton roads is under the microscope. e-cigarette use is exploding across the country with teens picking up the habit at an alarming rate. an estimated 2 million high-school students and 450-thousand middle-schoolers are
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vaping. researcher's at eastern virginia medical school in norfolk are studying ways to reverse the trend. kelli england will, phd/associate professor of pediatrics, evms " 2:03:11 to be able to reach the teen audience we really have to understnad where they are coming from:15 and understanding what would work to get their attention to stop using :26 or to nevr pick it up is really what we're aiming for :29 coming up tonight at six, our stephanie harris talks with one teen about his experienes with e-cigs in school. and has more on the plan to reverse the trend. (weather anim - with track) this afternoon: bright, but cold. highs: mid-30s. winds: w 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mostly cloudy with a chance of light
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light/variable. we will be tracking plenty of sunshine this afternoon, but despite a bright day, it'll be cold with highs only in the mid-30s. winds will be blowing out of the west at 10 to 20 mph, so at times, it'll feel more like it's in the mid to upper-20s. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of low pressure will develop offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light snow during the early afternoon hours. expect light snow through the afternoon into your
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the area will pick up a dusting to an inch. farther south, through north carolina, we could potentially see 1 to 2 inches of snow! suffice to say, your evening commute will be a slow ride home. we'll be dry, but cold through the weekend. temperatures will only top out in the low-30s on saturday and upper-20s on sunday - some of the coldest air of the season....so far! keep in mind, it'll be windy both days, so it'll feel more like it's in the teens and 20s all weekend. by next monday and tuesday, we will be tracking more wintry weather. the jury is still out on when we'll see snow and when we'll see a change-over to rain. we'll keep you updated - in the meantime, warm
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up next on midday - unique ritual - we'll show you the leafy
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so it's good to know that mazola corn oil has 4 times more cholesterol blocking plant sterols than olive oil. and a recent study found that it can help lower cholesterol 2 times more. take care of those you love and cook deliciously. mazola makes it better. finally here on midday -- hope for well-being comes in various forms of food in japan. specifically stewed radishes. some folks at a temple, in one japanese city, believe eating the dish brings good health during the year. the hot radish is served every year in early february. it's also meant to keep visitors warm. a large pot with a three-foot- diameter can cook about ten thousand servings. another unique ritual in japan... a priest getting what looks to be
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it's after the priest reads a prayer he gets hit with leafy oak branches. it's all in hope of a prosperous year. the more the leaves fall, the more fruitful the year is believed to be in harvest and fishing. the priest says the beating was not as painful as he had anticipated. thank you for watching
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