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first at 4: the weather. there's a risk of severe storms tomorrow. meteorologist deitra tate is tracking those storms weather center. tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near warm front will lift through the region thru wednesday am, leading to a warmer day tomorrow. highs will be near 70. we'll see a few scattered will move through the region. this will be ahead of a cold front. we'll see tuned for updates. we will dry out before sunrise on thursday. it will be cooler, but not cold with highs in the upper 50s. we'll be dry and cooler into the weekend. highs will be in the upper 40s on saturday, but into the
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and don't forget to download our wavy- weather app for the latest hour-by-hour forecasts. and remember to turn the alerts on so the latest information pops up right on your smartphone or tablet. a developing story in hampton. that's where police just wrapped up their investigation into a school bomb threat. the fire department and police officers searched bethel high school. we're told they didn't find anything. bethel dismissed students early at 1-45 today as a safety precaution . new information in a threat at camden county high school. deputies and troopers were on campus monday. no threat was carried out. the sheriff's office says the man who called in the threat also made calls to to sessor, illinois five times threatening attacks on the high school there. camden county plans to work with the f-b-i in the investigation. york county deputies have arrested a man they think
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in a surgical mask. williamsburg police say 18-year-old william hayes robbed a gas station there yesterday. 10 on your side's erin kelly has through court documents. timeline. the york county sheriff says one of his deputies williamsburg robbery and headed that way before tracking down the court paperwork shows investigators have tied 18-year-old william hayes of hampton to six robberies from november to yesterday - five in york county and one in williamsburg. and the documents say hayes all six of them. the first robbery was reported in november at the wilco hess gas station on george washington memorial highway. court paperwork says hayes got more than 5-thousand dollars and came back in january to steal more than 2- thousand. the documents say hayes was wearing a doctor's mask later that month when he allegedly robbed the exxon on big bethel road. and -- that he had on the same type of mask when he robbed the shell gas station on hampton highway in february. it's there that court documents say he shot into a cabinet three times, thinking
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away with money and cigarettes. c0001 - sheriff j.d. danny diggs - york county 217 any armed robber with discharging a firearm in the course of these robberies 226 deputies say hayes also robbed a kwik out gas station on merrimac trail last week -- and the valero gas station in williamsburg yesterday. in all of the cases in york county -- court paperwork shows the suspect told the victims to count to 100 before he left. the documents say deputies found a surgical mask, wigs and a loaded gun in hayes' car. in the newsroom, erin kelly, 10 on your side. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is working to rally local supporters ahead of super tuesday in virginia. today he held a campaign rally at norfolk scope. the rally is over. but 10 on your side's andy fox there. bernie sanders is a u.s. senator. that is insider, but what makes him an outsider is his populist message, and he served up
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((as we introduce the next president of these united states.. senator bernie sanders bernie sanders arrived on stage with his wife, and an adoring crowd going wild full of slogans: feel the burn. burn it up. his message hit all the democratic bases. we are listening to young people he said. applause we are listening to seniors we are listening to women we are listing to african americans and to the poor. he hit everyone there, but his biggest applause lines came when he talked about the rich and how he wants to create an economy that works for everyone. when asked how he plans to pay for his proposed programs he said, tax the rich. ((we are going to ask the wealthiest people in this country to start their fair share of taxes. that means that we are understand 7.25 cent an hour federal minimum wage
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and that means we are going to raise the minim living wage 15 bucks an hour )) 23:58 tonight at five what his administration would look like, and how you would be affected at six what happened when someone booed hillary clinton. three republican candidates are planning to speak in virginia beach in the coming days. they'll take part in regent university's presidential candidate forums. front runner donald trump will give his speech tomorrow. senator ted cruz will talk on friday and ben carson will be in town on
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the marco rubio campaign says it will open an office in virginia beach tomorrow on laskin road. virginia beach public schools will be on a two-hour-delay for all students on march 1st for the presidential primary. the city says it expects a big voter turnout on super tuesday. many schools also serve as polling places. today the republican candidates are focusing on the nevada caucus. the state has 30 delegates up for grabs. the caucuses begin between 5 and 7 depending on the county. all end at 9 tonight. turnout isn't expected to be huge. four years ago --- only 33-thousand across the state showed up. be sure to stay with wavy news 10 and wavy dot com as the results come in. a virginia beach police sergeant charged with dui is out on bond tonight. margie hobbs arrested her over sunday evening. police say she had her two young children in the car with her when they pulled her over. 10 on your side's jason marks was in court this morning and has the lastest. jason this all happened along dam neck road in virginia
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military police were called. military police officers arrived and found the off duty virginia beach sergeant in her toyota 4-runner with her two children ages 5 and 2. she was turned over to virginia beach police and charged with dui. prosecutors say her blood alcohol level was at .23. that's more almost three times the legal .08 limit. hobbs bonded out of jail this morning. i can tell you she is a highly respected officer. she's served for 17 years and i spoke with many officers over the last two days who are just shocked that this happened. hobbs was so thought of- when she was decided to become a sergeant, she was number one on the department's list. 18= :2:24 "in 2010 when she was promoted she a very highly qualified officer she was pio as you know. she was an svu as a detective she was a police officer with a great reputation. i never heard a negative thing about margie hobbs in my entire career" :2:35 hobbs was released on a 5 thousand dollar bond. as part of hobbs bond she
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car or have any alcohol until her trial date. that's scheduled for april 8th. coming up tonight at 5 you'll more from people who know her best. jason marks 10 on your side. new information since midday in a school bus crash in newport news. 10 on your side viewers sent us pictures from the scene this afternoon at jefferson avenue and oyster point road. police say a car left the scene of an earlier crash, ran a red light and hit the bus. a school spokesperson says there weren't any students on board. there was a driver trainee and instructer on the bus. they weren't hurt. the driver has what are believed to be non-life threatening injuries. new information since midday in a short police pursuit through two cities. it started around 1:30 this morning. chesapeake police say they tried to pull over a car at campostella and border roads --- but the driver refused to stop. officers say they chased the car into norfolk, where the driver eventually stopped at kimball terrace and wiley drive. 31-year-old johnathan norfleet faces charges of
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with a revoked license. police say he had two outstanding warrants. chesapeake police are searching for the suspect in a hit and run. detectives say this man hit a woman with his pick-up truck back in december at a gas station along bainbridge boulevard --- then drove away. the woman received a minor injury. if you recognize this suspect --- call the crime line. newport news police are investigating what led to a deadly crash. it happened around 1-30 a-m at 41st street and jefferson avenue. police say the driver was not wearing a seatbelt when he crashed into a utility pole. he died at the hospital. new at 4: the isle of wight county sheriff's office says 23-thousand dollars worth of illegal drugs are off the streets. investigators just wrapped up a months long drug operation involving surveillance, undercover operations, and search warrants. it involved issuing 50 indictments on 16 people. they arrested these 14 suspects. the sheriff's office says they were involved in the sale and
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crack cocaine and heroin. deputies are still looking for these two suspects --- robert hamlin and paulette spratley. a virginia beach man will spend life in prison for sexually molesting a child. a jury convicted 36-year-old michal mccann in september and recommended the life sentence. a judge formally imposed that sentence today. investigators say mccann paid the child money and gave them lottery tickets to keep the sexual abuse a secret. his sentence is mandatory based on the charge and the age of the victim. new developments involving the murder trial of a former portsmouth police officer. 10 on your side's deanna leblanc will tell you what happened today in the courtroom and what's next in the case. a local hospital is getting a major makeover. we'll tell you about the big changes in the works. but first --- president barack obama's plan to close guantanamo bay. hear his message to
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president barack obama says he's sending congress a plan to close guantanamo bay. there are less than a hundred detainees at the facility in cuba. the president wants to ship about 35 of the terror suspects to other countries. the others would move to prisons and military bases here on u-s soil. president obama admits it's a hard sell. (nbc/na36t) president obama: " i think a lot of the american public are worried about terrorism and in their mind the notion of having terrorists held in the united states rather than in some distant place can be scary. (:15) [pause :03] but part of my message to the american people here is we are already holding a bunch of really dangerous terrorists here in the united states." (nbc/na30t) the president argues gitmo is
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fight against terrorism because it's used as propaganda to recruit terrorists and he argues it's draining 455 million dollars a year from our military. after president obama's announcement --- local congressman randy forbes released this statement: " i strongly oppose closing this facility, have fought to prevent the transfer of detainees to u.s. soil, and will continue to do so. the red cross is helping three people after a fire damaged their norfolk home. it happened around three yesterday afternoon at an apartment on sewells point road. the fire was contained to the kitchen. but the entire apartment has smoke damage. no one was hurt. new fire training on the peninsula is all about preparing firefighters for a flash. for years virginia beach was the only locality that had a flashover laboratory like this. thanks to a grant you can see from the charred walls that it's quickly been put to use here. today the newport news fire department's training chief showed me how they train to save lives. in the past most of the
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witnessing it came from videos and classrooms and now we're able to see it when what i would say is live and in living color coming up we'll show you what happens when things go up in flames and tell you what they're learning each time. how they're staying ahead of the curve to recognize signs that could have drastic consequences within seconds. that's ahead at 5. the launch of a sounding rocket from the wallops flight facility on the eastern shore is rescheduled for no earlier than friday. the "terrier-improved malemute suborbital sounding rocket" will carry the music payload of several engineering development projects and experiments. nasa says it's rescheduled because of the weather and unacceptable sea conditions for recovery. meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s.
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wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. hit and miss showers possible thru tonight.. a warm front will lift through the region thru wednesday am, leading to a warmer day tomorrow. highs will be near 70. we'll see a few scattered will move through the region. this will be ahead of a cold front. we'll see strong gusty winds out ahead of the front. so some storms could be strong to severe. stay will dry out before sunrise on thursday. it will be will be in the upper 40s on saturday, but into the
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here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news i'm nicole livas in the residents in flint michigan. they've been dealing with toxic water for quite some time. stephanie will update you on a local woman's quest for donations-- and how locals answered the call. and-- ovarian cancer is called a silent killer because symptoms don't present themselves until it's is in its advanced stage. doctors are working to turn that around. hear the tests they recommend for women -- and when they should have them, new at 5. plus-- i know it's not you and me, but you know those people who like to sing, but can't carry a tune? there's hope. hear what woman created for herself and others-- so they could carry on, in a
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announced a 199- million dollar renovation project at norfolk general. the hospital sent us these renderings of what the new facility will look like. the project includes adding three floors to two wings and expanding and modernizing the emergency department. eighteen operating rooms will be expanded and updated. the neonatal intensive care unit will be replaced. construction will start next month. a virginia based chocolate giant is recalling candy bars in 55 countries in europe. mars says plastic was found in one of its products overseas that could lead to choking. the company says the affected bars were produced in the netherlands. right now the recall is only in europe. mars is based in mclean, virginia. now an update on mary lee. she's the great white shark we've been tracking. according to tracker "ocearch" the 16-foot great white was off the coast of ocracoke island this morning. "ocearch" tracks dozens of sharks worldwide including mary
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caught on tape --- as flames pour from a construction crane --- it collapses. a delay in the case against a portsmouth police officer charged wtih murder. i'll explain - coming up. meteorologist deitra tate is working on your forecast live in the super doppler 10 weather center. also straight ahead --- you'll find out what chief meteorologist don slater is working on for
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meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. hit and miss showers possible thru tonight.. a warm front will lift through the region thru wednesday am, leading to a warmer day tomorrow. highs will be near 70. we'll see a few scattered showers through the day. however, late in the day into the evening a line of showers and storms will move through the region. this will be ahead of a cold front. we'll see strong gusty winds out ahead of the front. so some storms could be strong to severe. stay tuned for updates. we will dry out before sunrise on
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cooler, but not cold with highs in the upper 50s. we'll be dry and cooler into the weekend. highs will be in the upper 40s on saturday, but into the
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the trial against former portsmouth police officer stephen rankin hit a snag today. a judge granted a motion to delay the start of the murder trial - by five months. 10 on your side's deanna leblanc tweeted the information from court as it happened and is here now with the latest. stephanie - this delay is two part - first because three witnesses for the commonwealth, can't make the march 21st start date. that includes a state police trooper, and an expert witness from the state crime lab. then, with the attorneys' schedules, the new date is now set for august 16th. today was also the day the commonwealth formally argued to limit the number of police officers in uniform. stephanie morales told the judge their presence has an intimidation factor and chilling effect on the jury. she also wants the judge to limit stephen rankin's ability to talk about william chapman's alleged shoplifting. she says the mention of that alleged crime could make the jury believe chapman was violent and could bais
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the defense strongly disagreed. saying rankin has to be able to talk about the events of the entire day- not just the moments before the shooting. you just can't sanatize the events. you have to tell the whole story so the jury can have the full picture. the judge did not rule on that motion today - saying he needed time to think about it. tonight at 530- i'll have much more on the motion to limit the police officer presence in the courtroom. and hear what the victim's family thinks of all of this. i'm dl 10 on your side. a plan to replenish beaches in the outer banks won't start as early as expected. town leaders say they want to keep the project within the 43-and-a-half million dollar budget...which means giving contractors more time. but a homeowner contacted 10 on your side...concerned that decision could be disastrous for the shoreline. our lex gray j oins us now from duck. lex -- that homeowner isn't just worried about her house. right, anita and stephanie -- she's worried about every
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in duck, kill devil hills, and kitty hawk. those are the three towns that make up the beach renourishment project. gail wall has owned this house in duck since 2009. she says hurricane sandy in 2012 caused serious erosion problems. so wall says she was happy when the towns told them the beaches would be replenished in 2016. but earlier this month -- the towns rejected three bids that came in, because they were all over budget. even the lowest came in about 5-million dollars higher than what the towns can afford. so now -- the project is out to bid again. originally -- the towns wanted to project done by april 20-17 but the town of duck's manager told me -- in order to bring the cost down, contractors will now have until december 2017 to finish. wall is worried about making it through another sandy...or even a big nor'easter. on the phone: gail wall/owns duck oceanfront home if we were to have a large storm of that kind again, our section of duck will be gone. in other words,
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first row of houses on the beach i asked duck's town manager why they don't just take one of the higher bids -- and pay more, so the project can start sooner. he says that's not even a possibility. you'll hear why, coming up on wavy news 10 at 5:30 live in duck, lex gray, 10 on your side. a major milestone in the bonner bridge replacement banks. crews are preparing the site for construction. for years --- 10 on your side has covered the battle between environmentalists and residents to build a new bridge connecting hatteras island with the rest of the outer banks. the current bonner bridge is 52 years-old, and was designed only to last 30 years. the work on the bridge will actually start next month. police in phoenix are investigating a deadly shooting and fire that left five people dead. investigators say a man opened fire on family members inside a home. the gunman is among the dead. officers responded to 9-1-1 calls for help
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overnight and were met with gunfire. no officers were hit. police shot the gunman. a teenaged girl is in custody after eight people were stabbed at a high school in canada. police say six students and two staff members have minor injuries. authorities say school staff tackled the student suspect and held her until police arrived. investigators say it appears to be a random attack. investigators say the 16-year-old who was involved in that sightseeing helicopter crash in hawaii, has died. officials say he died yesterday. he and three of his family members were visiting from canada when this chopper went down in the water near pearl harbor. two family members remain hospitalized in stable condition. a third was treated and released. federal agencies continue to investigate what caused the crash. lawmakers in charlotte, north carolina are allowing people to chose restrooms in private businesses that correspond to the gender they identify with --- not the gender they were born with. city council voted seven to four to expand
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sexual orientation and gender identity. last night --- people on both sides of the issue spoke out. "i care. i want my children protected." "i'm afraid of an opposition who is also afraid of me. they are afraid that i, or people like me, are going to victimize children." north carolina governor pat mccrory has called the law a threat to public safety and warned that the general assembly may step in. a local high school student is fighting to use the bathroom that matches his gender identity. gavin grimm is transgender. gavin was born female --- but identifies as male. he is fighting to use the boy's restroom at gloucster high school. a judge ruled against gavin in september. an appeals court is now considering his case. a virginia house of delegates subcommittee recently killed a bill that would have required students to use the restroom based on their biology. a compromise in state gun laws has gotten final approval from the virginia general assembly. at five-- what this means for gun owners. an airplane scare. why
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off this aircraft in the snow. paying with a picture. how one credit card giant is working to let you use a selfie to
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a new study suggests some driving distractions are riskier than others. reseachers used cameras, sensors, and radar to collect information on the behavior of more than
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applying make-up or interacting with rear seat passengers had little impact on crashes. but driving while angry, sad, or emotional created almost ten times the risk of a crash. speeding was the most dangerous driving behavior --- increasing the risk of an accident by 13 times. 10 on your side wants you to steer clear of distracted driving and focus on the road. you can find more information under the community tab on wavy dot com. forget your password. mastercard is launching new technology so you can use selfies to approve online purchases. you use your picture to pay through a special app. it has you take a selfie each time you buy something online. your face or fingerprint will be scanned to prove it's you spending the money -- and not a scammer. but you won't be able to use the same picture over and over. mastercard makes you blink -- to show that you are taking that pic as you shop. before i-pods and before
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cassette tape. they could be making a comeback. retail stores geared toward millenials are stocking shelves with them. stores likes like urban outfitters have new albums on cassette from artists including lana del ray, justin bieber, and the weeknd. "i remember the sound being full of feedback and kind of raspy, but it was a little charming, old-style vintage thing." " i get a lot these days of 20-year-olds and 25- year-olds coming in. there is this weird kind of hip-ness of yesterday's future." cassette tapes still now only make up a very small portion of all music sales in the u.s. stuck in the snow. the tense moments for a mom and dad when their daughter fell into a hole. what until you hear who came to the rescue. a missing man search. the family desperate to find
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one talked to 10 on your side's brandi cummings. tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow. my friends said i should get fios because it's the fastest... but i thought it would be too expensive... who's that, jenny? no kate...turns out they have a deal that cost me even less than my slow service. and it's 100 megs ...i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better.
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we are learning more about a man missing nearly a month. today his family told 10 on your side, they're doing all they can to
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chesapeake police say 53 year old andre eason was last seen january 25 at his home on hoover avenue. family members say he does not have any medical conditions. and it's not like him to be gone this length of time without talking to someone. 10 on your side's brandi cummings spoke to andre eason's brother today. brandi how is the family handling this? anita, with every passing day, things get harder. the family says they just want to know where andre eason is and what happened. today i met andre eason's three brothers and his nephew. they explained that andre wasn not married and had no children. he didn't drive and spent much of his time with family. they say he was often around the city of chesapeake in one of a few places he frequented. a month ago, they realized that no one had heard from him so they began to search. after several days passed, they called police and made a missing person's report. since then...they haven't heard anything from andre. the family has passed out flyers and gone door to door...even
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window. they've done all they can to spread the word. sot - corey eason, andre eason's nephew - clip 41 1:30:42 we're wishing for the best but also we know we've got to prepare for whatever the worst may be. 1:30:47 butt sots if you know anything about andre eason's disappearance, call the chesapeake police department. coming up tonight on wavy news 10 at 6:15, i'll tell you who last doing. live in the newsroom brandi cummings 10 on your side. a construction company plans to dismantle the crane that toppled to the ground after it caught fire. watch this video from a construction site in melbourne, australia. the fire spread and weakened the crane, causing the arm to collapse. no one was hurt. investigators believe an electrical fire started in the crane's motor. crews used a ladder platform to put the fire out. then they flew above with thermal imaging cameras to check for hotspots. transportation officials are working to figure out
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a commuter train crashed in the netherlands. nats of bell ringing emergency bells rang out even after the train sat in a grassy field, off the tracks. investigators say the train's driver died and 7 passengers were hurt. this happened about 80 miles outside amsterdam. authorities say the train was going full- speed when it crashed. pennsylvania police are investigating an accident that pushed a school bus on its side! there were 6 children and a driver on the bus at the time. four of the kids have minor injuries and should be okay. you can see first responders swarming the scene. it happened around 7:00 this morning as the bus was taking students to school. there was another car involved in the crash, but investigators haven't said how it happened or who was at fault. investigators are trying to find out where all the smoke came from that sent more than 160 people running from an airplane. take a look at this video of the emergency, shot from a runway in japan. you can see
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emergency chute to get out of the aircraft officials say the plane filled up with smoke, shortly after it took off. the pilot returned and landed during a snow storm. four passengers had minor injuries when they evacuated the plane. they should be okay. check out this video of a small plane crash in california. as you can, it landed on a busy street in los angeles and damaged several cars in the process. the plane has significant damage to the wings. no one was hurt during the emergency landing, including the pilot, who was the only person on-board the aircraft. a 10-year-old girl is home safe after she fell 10-feet and got covered by snow in california. take a look - you can barely see samatha white's arms. she fell while snow-shoeing on a trail in soda springs. samantha's mom tried to help her daughter, but realized she was sinking deeper and deeper. then her father, a retired firefighter stepped in, but he couldn't get her out either. william white/samantha's dad "this group of 12-15
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preoccupied talking on hole about 12-15 feet down... who are you? they said we're marin county search and rescue, and i was like, oh thank goodness." the rescuers used rope to pull the 10- year-old out in a matter of minutes. speaking of rescues, check out this video from florida. two off-duty jacksonville sheriff's deputies saved a giant leather back sea- turtle that got caught in a crab-trap line. officers were about two miles from shore when they spotted the 9-foot turtle in distress. the line was wrapped around the turtle's neck and a buoy was still attached to the trap. every time the turtle tried to dive, it would tighten around its neck. after cutting the line, deputies finally freed it from the turtle, and the
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meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mostly cloudy...with a few showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. hit and miss showers possible thru tonight.. a warm front will lift through the region thru wednesday am, leading to a warmer day tomorrow. highs will be near 70. we'll see a few scattered showers through the day. however, late in the day into the evening a line of showers and storms will move through the region.
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cold front. we'll see strong gusty winds out ahead of the front. so some storms could be strong to severe. stay tuned for updates. we will dry out before sunrise on thursday. it will be cooler, but not cold with highs in the upper 50s. we'll be dry and cooler into the weekend. highs will be in the upper 40s on saturday, but into the
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straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 i will give you a behind-the-scenes look at a new tool newport news fire department believes may help them save lives. police arrested an 18-year-old for a string of armed robberies in york county. at five our erin kelly will have a live report
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then all new at five-thirty - an update to a story we've been following for weeks. a truck load of bottled water is headed to flint michigan. how a little idea sparked big donation. then at 6-- brandi cummings with more on the case of a missing man in chesapeake. what happened after he was last seen-- and what his family has to say to you about the mystery. but first ahead here at 4 fighting the flu. the do's and don'ts of combating the virus. i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow.
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fighting the flu. some people try and combat it with what they've heard from old wives' tales or read online. others listen to their doctors. we're on your side with advice from the experts on what does and doesn't work. dr. melanie mouzoon / managing physician for immunizations kelsey seybold clinic "menthol and eucalyptus that open your sinuses, doesn't do anything absolutely to shorten the course, but it does alleviate some of the symptoms." (butt to) dr. melanie mouzoon / managing physician for a little bit effective, but other types of advice are really bad." that really bad and really dangerous advice includes sitting in a sauna with the flu. "any illness that gives you a high fever is giving you that high stroke from that or brain damage from causing your body heat to rise." doctors say it's important to get an
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first 48 hours. it will shorten the course of the flu. the flu shot might not be a guarantee to avoiding the flu --- but it will weaken the virus to make it easier to endure. another piece of advice: if you start to recover from the flu --- but suddenly start feeling lousy again, check back with your doctor. make sure you haven't picked up some sort of secondary infection. a new gallup report ranks naples, florida as the number one overall community for well-being in the u-s! the rankings are based on interviews with more than 350-thousand americans during 2014 and 2015. the study ranks the ability to afford food and healthcare, easy access to medicine and having health insurance, as well as having a personal doctor and dentist visits in the last 12 months. salinas, california landed in second place --- followed by sarasota, florida. out of 190 --- virginia beach, norfolk and newport news ranked 139. other virginia cities made the rankings. check
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wavy news 10 at 5 starts right now. erin whip: c0037 - 1814 - i'm erin kelly in york stations. i'll explain what investigators reported they found in his car. 1824 sot:(tease 11;31 15) ((i don't have million air campaign donors)) runs:03 with just one week left before the virginia primary -- candidates are rallying voters in hampton roads. 31=2:25:30 "i'm jason marks in virginia beach. we are learning more about a dui arrest involving a virginia beach police sergeant. you'll hear from those who know her best" first at five -- we are tracking rain. it's been a bit of a gray day with scattered showers throughout the region. this is a live look at radar right now. most of the rain is expected to move in overnight -- as we prepare for possible thunderstorms tomorrow. chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler 10 weather center with our first forecast. tonight: mostly
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showers possible. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers in the morning. then late day showers & storms that could be strong to severe...stay tuned. highs will be near 70. winds south 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. hit and miss showers possible thru tonight.. a warm front will lift through the region thru wednesday am, leading to a warmer day tomorrow. highs will be near 70. we'll see a few scattered showers through the day. however, late in the day into the evening a line of showers and storms will move through the region. this will be ahead of a cold front. we'll see strong gusty winds out ahead of the front. so some storms could be strong to severe. stay tuned for updates. we will dry out before sunrise on thursday. it will be cooler, but not cold with highs in the upper 50s. we'll be dry and cooler into the weekend. highs will be in the upper 40s
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a hampton man is behind bars linked to a string of armed robberies in york county. we reported on the most recent case yesterday, at a valero gas station in williamsburg. court paperwork shows 18-year-old william hayes admitted to six robberies. 10 on your side's erin kelly is looking into this. erin -- the suspect's disguise is a common thread? the sheriff says in several of the cases the suspect was wearing a surgical mask. court paperwork shows -- along with a loaded gun and two wigs, investigators found a surgical mask in hayes' vehicle. investigators say 18-year-old william hayes of hampton is responsible for five robberies in york county and one in williamsburg. and that in several of the cases he wore a surgical
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was reported in november at the wilco hess gas station on george washington memorial highway. court paperwork says hayes got more than 5- thousand dollars and came back in january to steal more than 2-thousand. the documents say hayes was wearing a doctor's mask later that month when he allegedly robbed the exxon on big bethel road. and -- that he had on the same type of mask when he robbed the shell gas station on hampton highway in february. it's there that court documents say hayes shot into a cabinet three times, thinking it was a safe, and got away with money and cigarettes. 217 any armed robber with a gun is bad enough, but it becomes exceptionally dangerous when they start discharging a firearm in the course of these robberies 226 deputies say hayes also robbed a kwik out gas station on merrimac trail last week. in all of the york county cases -- court paperwork shows the suspect told the victims to count to 100 before he got away. sheriff j.d. danny diggs says their break happened

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