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interstate 64 westbound at the j. clyde morris boulevard exit because of a possible shooting. police would not elaborate on the incident, but say so far, they have not found anything. it happened around 2:00 am. the wavy jam cams show three of the four lanes with wavy.com for the latest. we will bring you any updates
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we turn now to jen lewis in the traffic center with details on this incident and any others that might affect your commute. jen. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will be chilly. tomorrow we'll develop light southerly winds with the sunshine. so we will warm up to near 50 in the afternoon. we'll see a great weekend with highs in the 60s both days. clouds will increase late sunday with a few showers possible by the evening.
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the region next week. so there is a high chance for rain tuesday into wednesday. looks very warm on wednesday at this time. stay tuned for updates. developing this morning, we're working to learn more information after police say a three-year-old boy was accidentally shot last night in suffolk. it happened in the applewood farms neighborhood around 7:30 last night. the boy was reportedly shot at a home on jonathans way. paramedics flew the victim to sentara norfolk general the child is expected to survive. neighbors tell us it's alarming. "sot- under s11 suff jonathans way erin moore- neighbor 01:00:00 "very sad, very sad and conflicted, definitely for sure so i'm hoping the child survives and does well." we're working to learn who shot the boy and how. police have not said if they will file charges. happening today the trial is scheduled to begin against
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stealing a dog on the eastern shore. deputies in accomack county say a neighbor saw bettina rodriguez and two others steal a dog on matthews road in january of last year. the witness said rodriquez, charlene boyajian, and gordon shell put the dog in a u-haul and drove away. police stopped the truck at the chesapeake bay bridge tunnel and found the group, but not the dog. deputies believe they handed the dog to someone else. boyajian and shell's trials start later. each face a charge of stealing an animal. good news this morning for local shipyards struggling for work. we'll tell you what the navy did that could help employees in the future. speaking of work, a retailer makes a big investment in hampton roads. find out how you can get one of the hundreds of new jobs. and the state gives virginia beach a deadline for light rail. you'll hear how soon the city will have to act to
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly
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the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will be chilly. tomorrow we'll develop light southerly winds with the sunshine. so we will warm up to near 50 days. clouds will increase late sunday with a few showers possible by the evening. moisture will push into the region next week. so there is a high chance for rain tuesday into wednesday. looks very warm on wednesday at this time. stay tuned for updates.
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honoring the late supreme court justice. new this morning, when and how the president will pay his respects to antonin scalia. plus the president prepares for a historic trip. find out where he's heading to. and local residents divided over what do with light rail funding. 10 on your side spoke to
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new this morning president barack obama is expected to visit cuba next month. the white house is planning to make the announcement later today. this will be a big step as the u-s and cuba continue to normalize relations after decades of broken ties. the white house is eager to make progress on building trade and diplomatic ties with cuba, before the president leaves office. earlier this week both nations signed a deal that would restore commerical flights. the last sitting president to visit cuba was calivn coolidge in
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looking ahead, president barack obama and the first lady will visit the supreme court tomorrow. it's to pay his respects to the late supreme court justice antonin scalia. the late justice's body will lay in repose friday in the supreme court's great hall. the white house says vice president joe attend scalia's funeral on saturday. scalia died on saturday at the age of 79. he joined the court back in 1986 and was its longest-serving justice. morning, americans are split as to whether or not the senate should vote for the president's nominee to the supreme court. that's according to a new nbc news-wall street journal poll. the survey found voters are divided along party lines. 43 percent said they wanted the senate to vote this year, while 42 percent wanted to wait for the next president. president barack obama said he would pick a nominee in due time. one of the oldest treasures in virginia is washing away. a tiny sea-faring oasis is fighting what many call a losing battle
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change. this morning 10 on your side anchor tom schaad previews a way of life going under. (open chopper 10 nats) in the middle of the chesapeake bay, an oasis is visable from chopper 10. tangier island shows both an isolated independence, and a vulnerability to nature. david schulte/army corps engineers media 3 clip 0030 1010-19 on the west shore, that's why the tangier islanders think its a big problem. it really is. after an hour chopper flight from the eastern shore. we examine a way of life that appears in danger of washing away. media3 clip 0030 1213-1219 they are the already gone. it's people come from centuries, residents of this tiny island, that''s lost 70 per cent of its land to encroaching chesapeake bay, have been at one with the water, which surrounds them, and now
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existance. media 1 clip 0114 5012-5018 and where we're going right now, this was all land to begin with. this was all land where we are now in the boat. (standup close) tonight at six you're getting a closer look at a way of life that is going under, that is unless the state and federal government acts. we'll tell what solutions are being proposed to keep this unique culture on dry ground, and more importantly, if its not island. don't miss tom schaad's speical report: "a way of life going under tonight at 6, with coverage beginning at 4. virginia beach city leaders have until the end of april to show commitment to the light rail project. the city's intentions came into question when word of a referendum on november's ballot got back to state leaders. transportation secretary aubrey layne now says, the city needs to apply to purchase rail cars. and sign an agreement with the state that they will stay on schedule with the project. if not - the state will pull the funding. a resolution on the topic came out the day hampton
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rail open house. we asked residents what they city should do. james gardner - for light rail c5 8:20:21 - i can understand the city's perspective and not wanting to commit before they know how much it's going to cost. but i hope they can do that quickly. because i'd be really sad to see the money go somewhere else. dane blythe - against light rail c32 8:41:13 - of course, locally id like for us to spend that 155 million dollars on road projects that are badly needed. april 30th does not make the project a done deal. the city manager told 10 on your side the memorandum of understanding should be before city council in 30 days. there's good news for local shipyards and their employees this morning. the navy signed a contract that could be worth about two and a half billion dollars through 20-21. that money could go to three norfolk shipyards including b-a-e systems, which plans to layoff 530 employees in march. the two other yards involved are marine hydraulics and general dynamics. the award won't be enough to stop the layoffs, but
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jobs in the future. this morning we have a 10 time saver traffic alert for those of you living on holland road in virginia beach. today vdot will permantly close off barberry lane. it's part of the new holland road connection project that will increase the existing two-lane road to a new four- lane road. crews are expected to finish the expansion from dam neck road to nimmo parkway in october of next year. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will will warm up to near 50 in the afternoon. we'll see a great weekend with highs in the 60s both days. clouds will increase late sunday with a few showers possible by the evening.
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the region next week. so there is a high chance for rain tuesday into wednesday. looks very warm on wednesday at this time. stay tuned
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attention job seekers, target is hiring hundreds of new people to work in their distribution center in suffolk. the company says it's expanding the facility on adding six- hundred new jobs. the new gigs are mostly in packaging and shipping. if you're interested, there's a link under this story on wavy dot com. apple's fight over a judge order is developing this morning. people on both sides of the issue have come forward. senator ted cruz and the new york police department support the judge's order. as we first reported yesterday, that order is for apple to help the f-b-i unlock an i- phone belonging to a suspected terrorist in the san bernardino shooting. digital rights advocates oppose the demand.
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that the order endagers phone privacy for millions of users. apple's c-e-o, tim cook said the order sets a dangerous precedent. we're following breaking news that could impact your commute. up next we'll get a live report as police investigate a possible shooting on the interstate. and only on 10, hear from a murder suspect who turned himself in to police. he told us police have the wrong guy. but first it's been months since a tradegy struck a church in charleston, south carolina. this morning we'll take you behind the scenes as the congregation shorts through all the gifts and letters people
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eight months have passed since a gunman opened fire at a church in charleston, south carolina. the mother emanuel, a-m-e church has received all sorts of gifts from across the world. the church recieved so much, the city offered it space to store everything. it's a big task to sort through all the letters and portraits that poured in following the shooting. it's one woman's job. she talked about going through the items and what it means to her to see all the them enough. when i see this my life becomes alive because it is history that has happened at the church and i just want to
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sure that what the people have sent to us is treated within the spirit in which it was given along with letters and art work the church also said people sent hats, blankets, and stuffed animals. all morning, we've been following breaking overnight news. state police say they're investigating a possible shooting on interstate 64 in newport news. 10 on your side's rico bush is live with the latest. only on 10 - an interview with a murder suspect who turned himself in. hear his side of the story after police charged him with killing a teenager. and new this morning, a major car recall you need to know about. find out why toyota is recalling millions of vehicles! let's get right to that breaking news on
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traffic. state police repsonded to a possible shooting. 10 on your side's rico bush is live with details. rico. newport news, va. (wavy) - virginia state police say troopers have closed several lanes of interstate 64 westbound at the j. clyde morris boulevard exit because of a possible shooting. police would not elaborate on the incident, but say so far, they have not found anything. it happened around 2:00 am. the wavy jam cams show three of the four lanes of i-64 at j. clyde morris blvd. are closed. traffic is getting through. stay with wavy.com for the latest. we will bring you any updates
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with more on how this is impacting traffic let's go to jen lewis. good morning, hampton roads. let's check

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