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this morning -- norfolk firefighters keep working through freezing temperatures to clean up...and find out what caused this massive fire hear from people who could only watch as their homes burned. tributes today to honor a supreme court justice. how people are
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death means to political leaders. plus -- we've learned more about a devastating fire in virginia beach. how a dog may have helped a woman get out on time. good sunday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra tate today: increasing clouds with highs in the mid 20s. wind: n 10-15mph. tonight: cloudy with (light accumulations) transitions to rain by our area today. there will be lots of sun in the morning with increasing single digits this am with teens this afternoon. our next weather system moves in with light accumulations area. the snow transitions to sleet & freezing rain before noon...then to rain by late afternoon. rain
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today -- firefighters will sift through what's left of four buildings
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they're also still on scene this morning, watching to make sure it doesn't reignite. this is what people who live in the apartments and condos had to see last night. they watched from cars and buses as their homes burned. the first calls from willougby spit started coming in around 7 last night. more than 60 firefighters responded as it burned out of control for about two hours. listen to this woman describe what it was like as it started. carolanne ventura /evacuated home c0048 56:10- "first i heard just getting worse with the wind look now it's heading over to that building over there. i just hope nobody got hurt." 56:24 firefighters rescued several people from inside. one man went to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. the red cross and east ocean view community center are helping people who lost their homes -- although officials haven't said how many people are affected. the fire knocked out power overnight -- as of
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still working to restore power for xx homes. coming up in our next half hour of news, we'll have more from norfolk's chief about what made this fire especially difficult to put out. that's just one of many fires in hampton roads this weekend. the most recent is new this morning. crews in norfolk got called out to a fire at a house on parkview avenue near inlet road around one this morning. dispatch tells us it was a single story house that caught on fire. they say everyone made it out safely. however, the fire knocked the power out. dominion and virginia natural gas are on scene working to get power restored to the area. also in norfolk -- firefighters battled a fire at a business on north military highway. the call came in around 12:30 saturday morning. norfolk fire-rescue sent us these pictures...where you can see how big the flames are shooting from the roof. firefighters saw heavy black smoke and fire was coming from the loan max building. it took crews nearly two hours to get the fire
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nobody was hurt. the fire is still under investigation, but the building is a total loss. firefighters blame smoking for a house fire in suffolk. as you can see in the picture -- the fire burned the garage. but it didn't spread to the house. firefighters got the call to tee box lane just after 6 last night. it took about 30 minutes to get under control. seven people lived inside - they're now staying with family. a man is at the hospital after a bad accident on george washington highway south in chesapeake. around 7:45 yesterday morning, officials say the man drove off the road, hit a tree and it caught on fire. he was taken to the hospital by helicopter. the road was closed during the investigation. we're following up this morning on a fire in virginia beach that badly hurt two people....and killed a dog. we first told you about this as breaking news saturday morning. now, we can show you what it looked like. the virginia beach fire department shot this video on the scene.
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rosemont road around 4:30 a-m. firefighters found a woman outside...and pulled an unconscious man through a window. they say both people are in the hospital in critical condition. firefighters say one of the dogs barking alerted them to the fire. one dog died -- the other is expected to make it. "from what i know the entire house is torn a part. they had an addition on the house put in 15 years ago, give or take, and the addition is gone." the fire marshal's office says the house is too badly damaged to live in. investigators are still working to figure out how the fire started --- but they believe it's accidental. new this morning out of norfolk -- police are trying to figure out who shot two people. it happened near the intersection of brambleton and tidewater around two this morning. dispatch says someone shot one of the people in the hand, the other got shot in the leg. paramedics took both of them to the hospital. they are both expected to survive. if you know anything about this shooting, call crime line at 1-888-lock-u-up.
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the supreme court is mourning the death of one of its justices. justice antonin scalia died on vacation at a luxury resort in texas yesterday. he was 79 years old. a spokeswoman for the u-s marshal's service says someone discovered he had passed away after he did not show up for breakfast. president ronald reagan nominated scalia to the supreme court back in 19-86. he became the first italian-american justice. scalia was the most senior member of the supreme court for several years. he's been known as one of the most conservative justices during his time in the supreme court. he leaves behind nine children and more than 30 grandchildren. tributes to the late justice started as soon as the public learned of his passing. the flags at the u-s supreme court building in washington d-c were lowered to half staff...and people came out to pay their respects. a group of recent law school graduates say the wanted to honor a man they say they looked up to. the flags at the white house were also lowered
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the justices death also started a political firestorm in washington -- almost immediately after those in power learned of his death. president obama says he will move to nominate a replacement. if the nominee is liberal, that could tilt the high court in the democrats favor. there could be a huge political battle over whether the nominee gets a vote in the senate. the g-o-p could face backlash if an obama nominee is allowed to go through. yesterday, the president said the nomination of a supreme court justice is bigger than any one party. (president barack obama :20 about nominating a new justice) "these are responsibilities that i take seriously as should the institution to which justice scalia dedicated his professional life and making sure it continues to function as the beacon of justice that our founders envisioned." senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has already suggested
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nominate the new justice. but minority leader harry reid says president obama should nominate someone immediately. two men are behind bars after a shooting in accomack county. we first told you about the crime last week. that's when deupties say 22-year-old robert baytops died after being shot at a home on raymond townsend lane in horntown. we also told you the sheriff's office was looking for 24-year-old tavone tyrell cropper and 20-year-old jahad arell triggs. saturday the sheriff announced those two men are in custody - both charged with first degree murder. they're in the accomack county jail without bond. history on the field. how the hampton university lacrosse team did in its first ever division one game. plus, g-o-p candidates on the stage for another debate. what one of them had to say about the constant bickering amongst them. but up next, a communtiy comes together to raise funds for a family
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c0008 48.03 they suffered a horrible tragedy just a few weeks ago." 06 people in deep creek are coming together to help raise money for a family devastated by a murder-suicide -- that left six people dead. people hosted a barbeque dinner last night to help raise money for the dooley familys funeral expenses. mike kirsh helped put together the event and says its all about the community helping out. mike kirsch - event chairman 49.53 its just a way of helping out people helping people. its what we do in deep creek. 57 the expenses will help with the dooley family's burial costs. the leader of a band that survived a devastating terrorist attack is now back on stage. what he had to say about his friends who died...and why he's not backing down.
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debate. the issues the candidates pressed hard on and who attacked who. meteorologist adlib wx tease frustrated with your overactive bladder medicine not working? can't handle the side effects? botox treats symptoms of leaking, going too often, and the strong sudden need to go. ask your urologist if botox can help calm your bladder and reduce your daily leakage episodes. the effects of botox may spread hours to weeks after injection, causing serious symptoms. alert your doctor right away as difficulty swallowing, speaking, breathing, eye problems, loss of bladder control or muscle weakness can be a sign of a life-threatening condition. don't take botox if you can't empty your bladder on your own or have a urinary tract infection, or uti.
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that was dr. stanley pearle's vision and we still proudly carry on his legacy. today, doctors like lisa hamilton perform eye exams that can help detect diabetes. because we care for you... and your eyes. this is genuine eye care, in your neighborhood. this is pearle vision. at x:xx we're back with highlights from last night's g-o-p debate. this one happened in south carolina, ahead of next week's presidential primary. cbs news hosted. the debate started with a moment of silence to remember justice antonin scalia. then things quickly got heated between candidates. donald trump traded words with jeb bush and ted cruz. trump accused former president george w bush of failing to keep america safe in the lead up to the 9/11 attacks.. as jeb bush accused trump
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cruz and marco rubio also got into it about immigration. rubio even called cruz a liar and challenged his ability to speak spanish. all of this led john kasich to warn the tone of the candidates will lead to another democratic presidency. s/ gov. john kasich / (r) presidential candidate :14 before i get to that, forth, and these attacks, some of them are personal. i think we're fixing to lose the election to hillary clinton if we don't stop this. (applause) there is another debate scheduled for later this month in houston this morning on meet the press, trump, rubio, and kasich will join chuck todd to talk about last night's debate. the will all discuss their campaign strategies moving forward. you can see those interviews starting at nine right here on wavy
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today: increasing clouds with highs in the mid 20s. wind: n 10-15mph. tonight: cloudy with snow showers after midnight. lows in the 20s. wind: e 5-10mph. monday: morning snow (light accumulations) transitions to rain by the afternoon. warmest at night. highs in the mid 40s. wind: e/se 5-15mph. the arctic high sits over our area today. there will be lots of sun in the morning with increasing clouds by the afternoon. cold with 20s for this valentine's day. wind
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single digits this am with teens this afternoon. our next weather system moves in after midnight as an area of low pressure moves towards our area. snow will fall monday morning with light accumulations less than an inch for most areas...however 1-2" possible for the western fringes of our viewing area. the snow transitions to sleet & freezing rain before noon...then to rain by late afternoon. rain follows us into tuesday. in our next half hour of news -- more about that massive fire on
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carolanne ventura /evacuated home c0048 58:29 "they said pack
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good sunday morning, hanks for joining us, i'm midnight. lows in the 20s. wind: e 5-10mph. will be lots of sun in wind chill values in the single digits this am of low pressure moves towards our area. snow will fall monday morning with light accumulations less than an inch for most areas...however 1-2" possible for the western fringes of our viewing area. the snow transitions to sleet & freezing rain before noon...then to rain by late afternoon. rain
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today -- firefighters will work to find out what caused a massive fire on willoughby spit in ocean view. we brought you to the scene live last night...as it spread from
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three others around it. people who live in the apartments and condos watched as their homes burned. marvin agustin/ escaped going off and i looked outside and there was this fire." (butted to) will mcadoo / called 9-1-1 c0034 54:20 "we keep hearing the popping of propane tanks it reahes any further. i have faith in them." 58:24 firefighters got the first call around 7 last night. for two hours -- it burned out of control as more than 60 people fought it. by 11-15, they had the main part of the fire knocked out. battalion chief julian williamson said high winds caused the fire to rip through even faster. plus -- cold temperatures caused the water to freeze, making all of the equipment slippery. on top of that -- they night...but most of it is back up this
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and east ocean view comunity center are helping people find places to stay. one person went to the hospital for smoke wavy-dot-com...and on wavy news 10 at 6. that's just one of many fires in hampton roads this weekend. the most recent is new this morning. crews in norfolk got called out to a fire at a house on parkview avenue near inlet road around one this morning. dispatch tells us it was a single story house that caught on fire. they say everyone made it out safely. however, the fire knocked the power out. dominion and virginia natural gas are on scene working to get power restored to the area. also in norfolk -- firefighters battled a fire at a business on north military highway. the call came in around 12:30 saturday morning. norfolk fire-rescue sent us these pictures...where you can see how big the flames are shooting from the roof. firefighters saw heavy black smoke and fire was coming from the loan max building.
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hours to get the fire under control. nobody was hurt. the fire is still under investigation, but the building is a total loss. firefighters blame smoking for a house fire in suffolk. as you can see in the picture -- the fire burned the garage. but it didn't spread to the house. firefighters got the call to tee box lane just after 6 last night. it took about 30 minutes to get under control. seven people lived inside - they're now staying with family. a family got out of a burning house safely. firefighters went to this house on jonathan court in newport news just after eight last night. we're told there is a lot of damage to the home. firefighters did not tell us about what could have caused it. if we find out, we'll bring it to you on air or on wavy dot com. a man is at the hospital after a bad accident on george washington highway south in chesapeake. around 7:45 yesterday morning, officials say the man drove off the road, hit a tree and it caught on fire. he was
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helicopter. the road was closed during the investigation. new this morning out of norfolk -- police are trying to figure out who shot two people. it happened near the intersection of brambleton and tidewater around two this morning. dispatch says someone shot one of the people in the hand, the other got shot in the leg. paramedics took both of them to the hospital. they are both expected to survive. if you know anything about this shooting, call crime line at 1-888-lock-u-up. remember, you don't have to give your name. the cruise ship that got caught in a storm off cape hatteras last week is going back out for its next voyage. the anthem of the seas is setting out yet again. the ship got some cosmetic damage after it got caught in last weeks coastal storm which hit the outer banks. but royal guard cleared it to sail again. it left new jersey yesterday afternoon. history at hampton university last night. the lacrosse team took to the field for their first game. hampton is the first historically black
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division one lacrosse team. 21-year-old student michael crawford got the idea to start the team back in 20-10. he passed away of a heart ailment three months after the formation of the club team. now, only six years later, hampton decided to sanction the sport for nc- double-a play. the first game met with much fanfare, as espn did a special. unfortunately, like most first time division one teams, hampton had a tough go at it in their first game. they lost to roberts weselyan 20 to 3. their next game is against theil in pennsylvania in two weeks. now to a happy follow-up from norfolk state. amber brown - a basketball player - who was fighting for her life - watched her first basketball game last night since she was released from the hospital. she was in the hospital for weeks. her team - was playing against meac team morgan state university. she and her team all smiles when amber came back. unfortunately, the team couldn't pull off a win. they lost to
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the leader of the band "eagles of death metal" is talking about what he saw at the bataclan concert hall the night isis terrorists attacked. why he says the band is continuing on. plus, we haven't forgotten, today is valentines day. we'll look at a creative gift to give your loved one if you need something last minute. but up next, the biggest awards in music will be handed out tonight. an expert gives his grammy predictions. the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today. america runs on dunkin'.
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the grammy awards are right around the corner... and rumors are flying about who will take home awards. mike wilber has the scoop. (nats: music video) it looks to be the year of kendrick lamar who leads the pack with 11 nods at this year's grammy awards (sot: joe levy, rolling stone) "here's the thing the grammys feel like they need to make it up to kendrick." joe levy - contributing editor at rolling stone -- thinks it's finally kendrick's year to sweep the major categories. (sot: joe levy, rolling stone) "you may remember two years ago he had numerous nominations, including some in the big categories and he did not win in those major categories. so many people were surprised" this year's line up on stage is also impressive (sot: joe levy, rolling stone)
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anywhere else but the performers also are always looking to make an impression. he predicts big things from ... rihanna! lady gaga will do a david bowie tribute. adele ... whose hello came out a little too late to be nominated this year. (nats) lionel richie who sang the 1983 classic "hello" is set to perform too! (nats) "love yourself" singer justin bieber -- who didn't make the cut in the major categories will perform. mike wilber nbc news. the pope makes a stop in mexico. what he wants leaders to do to help the less fortunate in the
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a five-point-eight magnitude earthquake hit new zealand earlier today. the quake hit near the city of christchurch, and you can see the shaking was cauight on camera. there are no reports of any serious injuries or damage. however, several buildings in the city were evacuated as a precaution. five years ago, an earthquake hit this same city. 200 people died and it destroyed several parts of the city. new zealand authorities did not issue a tsunami warning. we're hearing from a man who survived the devastating terrorist attack in paris. jesse hughes is the leader of the band "eagles of deathmetal." he and his band were playing for a large crowd at the bataclan theatre in november when isis terrorists came in with guns. they killed 89 people in the concert hall. hughes told swedish tv that his friends "died beautifilly, with
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started its rescheudled tour in stockholm last night, three months to the day after the attacks. s/ jesse hughes/ eagles of death metal :15 "you have to stay light, you have to keep your have to. so, i'm not gonna let the bad guys win, i promise you." 130 people total died in attacks across paris that night. violence broke out in bahrain ahead of the fifth anniversary of the arab spring uprising. authorities swooped in quickly and broke up gatherings with tear gas. barhrainians took to the streets to oppose their government. bahrain's sunni leadership, with the help of saudi arabia and the united arab emirates, stopped the uprising in the kingdom in 20-11. since then, several shiite opposition leaders have been put in jail for going against the government. a terrorist group is claiming responsibility
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airliner last week. al-shabaab says it is responsible for the attack on the plane. the group says it was targeting western intelligence officials and turkish nato forces on the plane. surveillence video appears to show a laptop bomb making its way onto the plane, past security at mogadishu's airport. the blast put a big hole in the fuselage of the plane. the suspected bomber died and several people on the plane were slightly hurt. nato's top official has rejected the suggestion by the russian prime minister that the western military alliance has rekindled the cold war. jens stoltenberg says all of nato's moves are appropriate, in direct response to russia's actions. nato is conduction militaruy manuevers in countries bordering russia. they are stationing equipment and ground troops in those countries. the alliance has also established a rapid- reaction force. secretary-general :28 russian military build-up which we have seen over several years, (:15) not only a military build-up but also the fact that russia is willing to use military power to change
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have done in ukraine." stoltenberg said he talked with russia's foreign minister on friday about the possibility of a nato-russia council meeting. the pope is making a stop in mexico. pope francis got a huge welcome from tens of thousands of catholics in mexico city yesterday. he spoke to political and church leaders. he also challenged mexico's elite to provide for their people with secuirty, justice, and courageous pastoral care. the pope the condemned the drug- inspired violence and corruption the
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today: increasing clouds with highs in the mid 20s. wind: n 10-15mph. tonight: cloudy with snow showers after midnight. lows in the 20s. wind: e 5-10mph. monday: morning snow (light accumulations)
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the afternoon. warmest at night. highs in the mid 40s. wind: e/se 5-15mph. the arctic high sits over our area today. there will be lots of sun in the morning with increasing clouds by the afternoon. cold with 20s for this valentine's day. wind chill values in the single digits this am with teens this afternoon. our next weather system moves in after midnight as an area of low pressure moves towards our area. snow will fall monday morning with light accumulations less than an inch for most areas...however 1-2" possible for the western fringes of our viewing area. the snow transitions to sleet & freezing rain before noon...then to rain by late afternoon. rain follows us into tuesday. people brave the cold for what is becoming a valentine's day tradition. why these people are running around their
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"transcribe bite here" well today is valentines day. and yesterday people in virginia beach went out to get those last minute flowers for their loved one. this was the scene at norfolk florist design. defintely a big crowd getting their loved one whatever flowers they
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"transcribe bite here" today -- 10 on your side will be there as firefighters start sifting through what's left of four buildings that burned down last night. they're also still on scene this morning, watching to make sure it doesn't reignite. this is what people who live in the apartments and condos had to see last night. they watched from cars and buses as their homes burned. the first calls from willougby spit started coming in around 7 last night. more than 60 firefighters responded as it burned out of control for about two hours. firefighters rescued several people from inside. one man went to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. the red cross and east ocean view community center are helping people who lost their homes -- although officials haven't said how many people are affected. the fire knocked out power to 1400 people
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restored this morning. norfolk's fire chief told us wind, cold, and low water pressure made this fire even tougher to fight. well today is valentines day. last minute shoppers were out in virginia beach yesterday getting flowers. this was the scene at norfolk florist design. defintely a big crowd getting their loved one whatever flowers they think are beatiful. beauty of a different kind.... a company in washington state says nothing says "i love you" more than getting a potato in the mail. mystery potato specializes in delivering special messages on the spud. workers write whatever message you want on the potato, then send it to whomever you choose. at first, the company only sent out a few potatoes a day. but after going viral, business is booming. the owners of the company say they are happy to spread mystery and quirky love this valentine's day. and in d-c, frigid temperatures didn't stop people from showing up for a run...in their underwear.
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annual cupid's undie run. it's and event that raises money for children with cancer. the goal for this year's
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good morning. remembering antonin scalia. >> for almost 30 years, justice antonin nino scalia was a larger than life president on the
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court justice dead at the age of 79. his passing setting up a political fight over which president will nominate his replacement. >> i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor in due time. >> republicans pushing back, arguing it is a job for the next president. the issue front and center on the debate stage. >> it is called delay, delay, delay. >> i do not believe the president should appoint someone. >> will this fight paralyze washington even further? what about the key cases in front of the supreme court right now? we're live with it all. dangerous and deadly. another day to stay inside. bone chilling temperatures affecting up to 90 million people, the coldest negative 34 in western new york. the weather now responsible for several deaths after a major pileup in pennsylvania. dylan has your forecast and there is some relief in sight. cover girls. not one, not two, but three

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