tv WAVY News 10 NBC February 15, 2016 5:00pm-5:30pm EST
across the state between midnight and 10:30 this morning. much of the same in virginia. v-dot is also warning drivers to stay off the roads. the wintry mix that turned to rain created a messy commute this morning. between midnight through two this afternoon, state police were on the scene of 538 crashes statewide -- including a deadly crash in fauquier county. the peninsula was one of the hardest hit areas. 10 on your side's brandi cummings is live with how it looks in newport news. brandi? tom, nicole- we have seen quite a difference in the weather here in newport news throughout the day. here's what it looks like right now... the roads are wet and there are some puddles. the side walks still have some snow on them but parking lots have snow mixed with main that has caused a slush. this is what it looked like here this morning. steady snow fall layered the
many people woke up to snow covering their homes and vehicles. we saw a snow plow pushing the snow off the roads. later in the afternoon we saw a man pushing the snow out of the parking lot in front of his business. as daylight came in we saw more and more vehicles on the road where we are at the intersetion of jefferson ave and main street. we also spoke to some drivers about how they prepared for the winter weather. sot- chanel smith, driver - clip 59 29:26 we just try to be prepared and make sure we have things ready in the house. we have salt that we can deice our steps so that we dont have any hazards and we get hot chocolate and movies and relax. the key here is - if you have to go out plan and allow extra time so you can drive slow and be careful. everyone we talked to said this weather hasn't affected their plans. but some of them are looking forward to
temperatures. we'll have another live report on conditions here tonight on wavy news 10 at 6. live in newport news im brandi cummings 10 on your side. developing news in a major fire from over the weekend. chopper 10 flew over the scene of the huge west ocean view fire in norfolk sunday morning. 14 buildings burned -- 8 of them are destroyed. that left up to 40 residents without a home. this was one of several calls around the region since this weekend. 10 on your side's lex gray attended a news conference in norfolk about this large increase in fires. lex? tom -- it could be weeks before we learn what caused the fires this weekend...but the chief says cold weather probably played a part. right behind me, you can see part of the damage from the most devastating fire this weekend in ocean view. everyone i talked to today -- including the fire chief -- got emotional talking about this one. (9) 11:43 in my 37 years with norfolk fire & rescue, i've only seen a
one saturday night. that's chief jeffery wise -- talking about a fire in ocean view that took hours and more than 60 firefighters to put out. chopper 10 flew over sunday morning as crews worked to clean up...and find out what caused it. that's still not clear today. what is clear -- is that this could have been much worse. everyone survived, and no one was seriously hurt. (9) 18:57 i will tell you that when i got on scene, and i got on scene pretty early, i really thought that the devastation would be worse than it was. i'm extremely proud of my firefighters and the job that they did. marianne mcgovern lives just a few doors down - and says she's devastated for her neighbors and friends. (1) 45:56 they've lost their homes, all their personal belongings, memories, treasures. besides having a place to go home to, it's gone. it's all gone. :10 i sit in my house and i'm
home. i still have my family photos :16 for some of his firefighters feel bad about the loss here...like they didn't do enough. (1) 47:25 if they could listen to me, i'd tell them thank you very much. (butted to) (1) 48:17 please believe me, to anybody, to any of the firefighters, we are so proud of you, and i thank every single one from every engine company that responded to stand out here in the freezing rain and be covered in ice, they're heroes. as you can see behind me, the westbound lanes of ocean view avenue are closed right now, and they'll stay that way until wednesday night. the red cross is helping some of the families working to find out if side. investigators are also busy with a fire in the larchmont neighborhood. when crews got to cambridge crescene off hampton blvd, they found smoke and
the back of the two story home. the resident and his dog were outside. a home next door was also damaged. another fire leaves 10 people without a place to go after it tore through an apartment complex in virginia beach. we brought you this as breaking news this morning. investigators ruled it accidental. 10 on your side's stephanie harris is following developments. investigators are looking into the exact cause but they say it started on a third floor balcony around 3:30 this morning. these pictures show how bad it as before firefighters arrived on the scene at the linkhorn bay apartments on treetop drive. it took firefighters an hour to get it under control. one person went to the hospital for smoke inhalation but everyone else is ok. one resident told 10 on your side his military training kicked in when he smelled the smoke. "c8 danny longoria 1:45 the woman next to me she has uh her boyfirend is on deployment and she has two kids so i went and grabbed one of the kids and she grabbed the
then i looked up and the whole entire roof was engulfed in flames 2:00" one person was taken to the hospital for treatment of smoke inhalation. the fire department tells us 10 people in six units are affected by this. danny longoria who you just heard from said that everyone who lives in that apartment complex is insurance. he also said that they community and they're helping each other out. the red cross is also offering assistance. stephanie harris toys one person has minor burns after a fire destroyed a moyock home. 10 on your side viewers sent us these pictures of what's left on northwest backwoods road. six people were home when the fire started yesterday morning. freezing temps and a lack nearby hydrants caused problems for firefighters. the currituck sheriff's office is investigating the cause. it took firefighters about 20 minutes to knock down flames in the deep creek neighborhood of chesapeake. the house on martin johnson road was undergoing renovations investigators have no cause yet, and no one was hurt. several departments were
the weekend -- and newport news also had a very busy 24- hours, with more than one-hundred calls. (news graphics, 3 pics: "middlesex rd hazmat") a call of a possible home invasion on middlesex road turned into a haz-mat incident. the fire department sent us these pictures of the scene in the hidenwood area. police found items they say appeared to be used to manufacture meth. here's a breakdown of those 102 calls for service: 19 crashes, 6 fire alarms, 9 public assist calls, 64 medical emergencies, 3 house fires, 3 apartment fires and the haz-mat call. investigators say an unattended candle fell over and started a fire in a bedroom on chestnut avenue. virginia beach are looking for a robber, and they want your help. police sent us surveillance photos. they say the suspect entered the citgo located on diamond springs road last tuesday -- armed with a double-barreled shotgun. police say he then demanded money from the clerk and ran off toward driftwood apartments. if you have any information on this crime or recognize the suspect-- call the crime line.
at 5:30- a search for answers after murder goes unsolved for two years. it's a a mother's passionate plea you'll see only on ten. the state is telling residents of virginia beach to make up their minds on light rail. still ahead, the price of indecision. a cattle truck crash-- leaves cows roaming the highway and traffic backed up. we'll tell you how it unfolded-- and what happened to the animals--
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get 100 meg upload and download speeds. plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. switch to better. switch to fios. driver. virginia state police charged a tractor- trailer driver with reckless driving-- after his truck overturned-- causing a cattle round-up and traffic backup. it happened on interstate-81, near the i-66 interchange in frederick county this morning. the truck was hauling dozens of cows-- six of them died. another six escaped the damaged trailer. state police sent this picture of a vet examining the livestock. the driver has minor injuries. local coast guard crews rescued a man with
tanker. an mh-60 jayhawk helicopter crew and a c-130 hercules aircraft crew out of elizabeth city and flew to bermuda. a 38-year-old crew member on the singapore tanker nordic army was having abdominal pain. the jayhawk crew lifted the man to the helicopter and took him to the bermuda hospital. he's listed in stable condition. coming up on wavy news 10 - several countries are coming together over the next two weeks to do military drills. find out which super-power is not light rail, with the state paying a good chunk of the fare? the cost to virginia
that letter says in part that if the city does not move forward with light rail then money will be taken away to move forward with other projects. 10 on your side's jason marks joins us live in norfolk at the newtown station with reaction. jason? virginia beach officials would love to extend light rail another couple miles up the track town center but no city leaders have a very important decision to make. nats light ride officially ended so here at newtown road in norfolk but extending the tracks to virginia beach is causing a road block of its own. 54=4:24:46 "i think it would be a benefit not only to the city but to the state to get a true temperature on how fell people feel about this" the temperature would be taken in the form of a referendum in november. let the virginia beach residents decide if they won't light rail-- but if that happens the city lose millions in state funding. 16=2:42:07 "i
unless it cost the city 155 million dollars if it cost the city 155 million dollars i don't think that would be very wise" last week, transportation secretary aubrey lane sent this letter to delegate ron villanueva which says if the beach took the issue to polls they money could be lost. 17=3:09:12 "if they are not ready to go forward which is their prerogative i want to make that clear then the consequences then we have that money to work else where but when they are ready if they decide to go forward we will be just as supportive as we projects only a faction of money to go around. if the light rail money rolls somewhere else, virginia beach can reapply for funding but there is no guarantee. 16=2:40:37 "a lot of us thought as long as the referendum did not fear with the time line of the construction of light rail it would be permitted but that appears not to be the case" 17=3:10:44 "what you're asking us to do is hold for a project that might occur that's not going to occur that might occur"
the intention of the law i'm told they are leaning towards letting residents have the final say. 54=4:25:38 'it is incumbent upon the virginia beach council to do what is right and practical and don't think we should be backed into making a decision prematurely" layne told me he wants virginia beach to do what best for the city. meaning if city leaders have to take their time and make sure the residents want light rail then that should happen and that if virginia beach decides to move forward than the state will be just as supportive as before. jason marks 10 on your side. we weren't the only ones digging out after old man winter visited parts of virginia and north carolina. :17- 22 nats snow plow people traveling in the forsyth county/winston-salem area haven't really been able to get around because of the icy conditions. as you can see, cars of all types got stuck on
galax, in the southwestern part of virginia looks like a winter wonderland where three-to-four inches of snow fell. anchors ad-lib toss tonight: periodic rain showers. warmer... lows in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. this morning's snow continues to melt under warmer temps and pockets of rain. a warm front will continue to lift northward thru tonight...allowing the temps to hover around 50 degrees around midnight. therefore, no icy roads expected tonight. periodic showers are possible; so, have an umbrella if you're heading out. an area of low pressure brings more rain for tuesday morning...heaviest between 8am and noon.
troops from pakistan, kuwait and jordan arrived in saudi arabia today for a large-scale military exercise. members from 20 countries are gathering in the oil-rich nation, for "the largest and most important" military maneuvers in the region's history. the exercises will include air, sea and land forces. it's expected to last 18 days, with participating forces arriving from arab and african countries -- but do not include the u-s and other western powers. royal dutch shell-- europe's largest oil company-- expects to make robust investments in brazil's offshore. the company hopes to quadruple oil and gas output there by the end of the decade. the company's c-e-o spoke in brazil shortly after shell's 52-billion-dollar takeover of rival b-g group p-l-c took effect.
a key area for the anglo-dutch company as it focuses its expanded operations in liquefied natural gas and deepwater oil production. s/ ben van beurden / ceo, shell :08 "i would year but in years to come." by adding b-g's large brazilian offshore assets -- shell's local output rose six-fold to about 240-thousand barrels of oil and natural gas equivalent a day. shell is already brazil's number two producer. coming up on wavy news 10 - what will it take to help you reach your exercise and health goals? why researchers say-- cold hard cash might do the trick! then at five-thirty - millions of americans are takes its toll on the
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might! researchers compared the results of employee programs offering financial incentives to walk seven thousand steps a day. programs that paid workers for achieving their daily goal were no more effective than having no incentive at all. but programs that gave cash up front -- which was taken away if workers missed their goal -- were 50-percent more successful. perhaps the saying 'money talks' applies, when it comes to meeting healthcare goals. stay with us. wavy news 10 at 5:30, starts right now! skype interview for erin leslee costantino - victim's mother 3238 this is just unbearable to think of what he went through a search for answers in virginia beach. a mans murder remains unsolved for two years. a mother's passionate plea you'll see only on ten. (2:38 2) don't give away the answer ((of all the people in this country that are sad at justice scalia's passing)) runs:03 andy fox tells us who this regent law professor
about justice scalia's death plus - a common medication -- now linked to dementia. while drug makers say its safe to take -- we'll tell you what fox tells us who this first at five-thirty -- ground. whatever is left -- is going to melt weather tomorrow morning. chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler 10 weather center showers. warmer... lows in the upper 40s. wind:sse 10-20mph tuesday: warm with rain before 2pm. heavy downpours possible in the am. highs around 60 degrees. wind: ssw 15-25mph. wednesday: isolated am showers possible. otherwise, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. this morning's snow continues to melt under warmer temps and pockets of rain. a warm front will continue to lift northward thru tonight...allowing the temps to hover around 50 degrees around midnight. therefore, no icy roads expected tonight. periodic showers are