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straight ahead on wavy news 10 midday - severe weather cleanup - our team of journalists will show you what's being done as people are picking up the pieces from this weeks tornado - and - how you can help. plus - tragedy in kansas - new information is coming out this morning about a shooting that killed four and hurt more than a dozen. as people in the area recall the chaos around them. (witness) "we was already looking at him and he yelled and just went doot..doot...doot and then entered the building." the new information released in an early morning news conference. and - deadly fire - the information we've uncovered about an early morning fire in norfolk. 10 on your side's liz kilmer will have a live report. we're following breaking news at this hour from newport news. today the family of man shot and killed by newport news police is learning if the shooting was justified. about an hour ago kawanza met with commonwealth's attorney howard gwynn who says that police didn't do anything
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the shooting happened last july 4th. police got a call about a man in the east end of the city with a gun. we're told a detective along with a k-9 officer and a sergeant spotted beaty walking down a street. beaty was reportedly wearing a camouflage jacket and his arm was stiff. police say they tried talking with him but he started running. during the chase officers say they could see the gun and it appeared as if beaty pointed it one of officers. that's when officer randy gibson fired three times and hit beaty in the head. 10 on your side's jason commonwealth's attorney - we're hoping to have him live later in the newscast. to our other big story -- this midday -- storm cleanup from waverly. we have new video from the scene both on the ground and in the air. drone 10 was flying over the cleanup earlier today - showing the destruction left behind from the ef-1 tornado. which had winds of around 100 miles an hour. this is a story we've been following since those deadly storms pushed across the
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10 on your side's matt gregory continues our coverage with the cleanup going on
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it's really hard to grasp the mess left behind from the deadly tornado... so we want to show you new video from above the damage. you can see the path of destruction from drone 10. you're also able to see some of the cleanup that's already started. 10 on your side caught up with governor terry mcauliffe as he toured the area yesterday. he says he's made state resources available for cleanup efforts across virginia. the governor also visited tappahannock and appomattox county. four people in virginia died, including the 3 in waverly. we're learning more about the 3 people in waverly. 26-year-old devine house with his 2-year-old nephew, ian boyfriend, 50-year-old larry turner. they were in a mobile
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foundation and landed several yards away. many of you have been asking, how you can help. the red cross says one of the best things to do is donate money so victims can buy what they need. and if you have time, you can also volunteer. whatever your skillset is please call us because we have a spot for you we're always looking for volunteers even doing what i do in public relations we're constantly in need of that many of you are already getting involved. virginia beach-based operation blessing sent a team from their disaster crew out yesterday. the virginia national guard is also stepping in. dozens of guardsmen helped with the clean up in essex county. that's where one person died. the director of the guard says they're ready to call in more people if necessary. and take a look at this video we put together after. on your left, you can see waverly looked like before the storm hit. on the right, the destruction after
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the storm, including chopper 10, on our wavy-dot-com. for complete coverage of this deadly tornado - go to wavy dot com. information about the waverly tornado and the damage from across the region. hampton roads this midday - here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. it's a little cool out there today...lets find out if things will warm weekend. meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center with an hour by hour breakdown.. this afternoon: scattered clouds. cool and breezy. highs: upper-40s. winds: nw 10-15 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. still cool. highs: upper- 40s. winds: n/nw 5-10 mph. high pressure is taking control today. we'll be tracking scattered clouds through the afternoon. highs will only be in the upper-40s
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northwest breeze. tonight, expect mainly clear skies and lighter winds, so as a result, temperatures will dip into the upper-20s. a chilly start will give way to a chilly afternoon on saturday. even though we'll have plenty of sunshine, highs will be stuck in the mid to upper- 40s. sunday will be in the pick of the weekend - mostly sunny with temperatures back in the low-60s! we will hold off on any shower chances until late next wednesday. wouldn't ya know - we could possibly see more storms next wednesday - i'm not saying we will see any severe weather right now, but we'll keep you updated! in the enjoy the weekend! don't forget you can stay
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don't forget you can stay connected with any changes in your forecast this weekend. just download our wavy weather app. we're following developing news from norfolk at this hour... after a fire killed one person and hurt four others in ocean view. two families are also without a place to stay this midday. this is a story we first brought to you as breaking news this morning. 10 on your side's liz kilmer is at the scene and has new information. liz? our crews spoke with the couple who was inside the first floor of the duplex here -- take a look - this entire side is destroyed. but that couple is happy to be alive -- after a woman living on the second floor become trapped and died -- she was pulled from a window by firefighters take a look -- this was the scene from earlier, viewer images capture the intense fire. heavy flames broke out just around 2 a-m. 30 firefighters were
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none were hurt. but officials tell us -- a woman and two children on the second floor escaped through a window. hospital. again, an elderly woman was trapped, she suffered serious burns and did not survive. below, a couple duplex when the fire broke out. take a listen to what they experienced -- sot c49 sandra cahoon -victim for 12: 01:08:15 "engulfing, before we even opened the door the first time, our mini blinds in the window were melting inside, the flames hadn't gotten inside yet but it was bits of flames shooting down on us." sandra cahoon there and her husband made it out safely. her husband, without his shoes or jacket. both have minor burns but are overall, okay. their
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family who lived above. they say the woman killed was a grandmother. we'll have more coming up on wavy news 10 at 12:30. meantime, the red cross is assisting -- firefighters are working to determine what caused the flames. live in norfolk, liz kilmer 10 on your side. a connecticut judge has ordered a probable cause hearing for a convicted killer from hampton who is charged for killing six people. the hearing for william devin howell is may 11th. people charged with murder in connecticut have the right to a probable cause hearing at which prosecutors have to show there is enough evidence to continue to trial. police allege howell killed six women and a man in 2003 and dumped the bodies behind a connecticut shopping center. he's already serving 15 years in prison for manslaughter in one killing and faces other six. still ahead - gop debate - we'll show you what
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debate hopefuls. plus - which popular restaurant chain says they'll have cleaner chicken - after they remove one thing from the meat. and - we'll get a look at your super doppler 10
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governor terry mcauliffe says virginia faces "somewhat of a crisis" over a lack of lethal-injection drugs for a scheduled execution next month. state officials are frantically searching for the drugs for the march 16 execution of convicted killer ricky gray, one of the state's seven remaining death row inmates. the state has two vials of pentobarbital it received from texas last year. mcauliffe
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to test one vial and have another as a backup before it can proceed with an execution. the general assembly is currently considering a bill to allow the state to use the electric chair as an alternative to legal-injection drugs. we want to get you caught up on developing news out of kansas where authorities say 4 people died and more than a dozen were hurt in a workplace shooting yesterday. the victim's families identified the shooter as cedric ford. they say he was a coworker of the victims. investigators say say the shooter himself is also dead. officers held a press conference within the last two hours about the deadly shooting that happened the city of hesston, which is about 20 miles north of wichita. investigators say there were four separate crime scenes - they also say the gunman was upset when he received protection order at work an hour and a half before the shootings. officials say the gunman worked at excel industries plant, a company that makes lawn care products and riding lawn- mowers. virginia beach police
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an armed robbery at at&t. it happened at the store on virginia beach boulevard just after 8:30 last night. police say two men went into the store with a gun, demanding phones. nobody was hurt. if you have any information - call the crime line. a building has quite a bit of damage after a car drove through it overnight. take a look at these pictures sent to us from chesapeake city officials. we're told a car lost control on canal drive and hit the side of the building. the fire department did not condemn the building. also - there are no charges or injuries. it was a night of fireworks at the gop debate in houston. the five republicans who want to be the next president squared off in a heated discussion. marco rubio threw the first punch, challenging front-runner donald trump on immigration. ted cruz came out swinging as well. rubio and cruz are battling it out for second place. and it didn't take long
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s/ sen. marco rubio / (r) who lifted this into the acknowledge that you are the only one on this stage who's been fined for hiring people to work on your projects illegally butt s/ sen. ted cruz / believes that he is the one who discovered the issue of illegal immigration butt s/ donald trump / (r) presidential candidate :43 - :48 runs 5 "when you say crazy zealot, are you talking break." ben carson and jon kasich pretty much stayed out of the fray. all the candidates say they're looking forward to super tuesday. from here, the candidates will visit several virginia. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton will be in our area monday, one day before super tuesday. she recently opened an office in norfolk. her campaign did not say where exactly she would stop. florida senator marco rubio says he'll be in virginia beach, sunday. the convention center, starting at six o'clock. meanwhile at 7:00 tonight, fellow candidate, texas senator ted cruz will speak at regent university in virginia beach. dr. ben carson will be
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here locally - the budget proposal that includes 175- thousand dollars more over the next two years to cover a bigger per diem for senators. both the house and senate passed their respective versions of their 100-billion dollar biennial budgets thursday. increase is reasonable because it would help offset citizen legislator. freshman g-o-p senator david suetterlein say such lawmakers should not be for themselves. republican lawmakers and advocates are hoping democratic governor terry mcauliffe has a change of heart and signs legislation to allow home-schooled students to participate in public- school sports. rob bell appealed thursday to home- schoolers around the state to write letters to mcauliffe asking him to approve the so-called "tebow bill," named for tim tebow, the former nfl quarterback who was home-schooled and allowed to play football for his local high school. a similar version of the legislation has
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than two decades. last year, the legislation passed the general assembly, but was vetoed by mcauliffe. ( weather anim - with track) this afternoon: scattered clouds. cool and breezy. highs: upper-40s. winds: nw 10-15 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. still cool. highs: upper- 40s. winds: n/nw 5-10 mph. high pressure is taking control today. we'll be tracking scattered clouds through the afternoon. highs will only be in the upper-40s because of a cool temperatures will dip into the upper-20s. a chilly start will give way to a chilly afternoon on saturday. even though we'll have plenty of sunshine, highs will be stuck in the mid to upper- 40s. sunday will be in the pick of the weekend - mostly sunny with temperatures back in the low-60s! we
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shower chances until late next wednesday. wouldn't ya know - we could possibly see more storms next wednesday - i'm not saying we will see any severe weather right now, but we'll keep you updated! in the meantime, enjoy the weekend! up next on midday - clean chicken - we'll let you which popular chain restaurant is making sure the chicken you eat this afternoon: scattered clouds. cool and breezy. highs: upper-40s. winds: nw 10-15 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. upper- 40s. winds: n/nw 5-10 mph. high pressure is taking tracking scattered clouds through the afternoon. highs will
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because of a cool temperatures will dip into the upper-20s. a chilly start will give way to a chilly afternoon on saturday. even though we'll have plenty of sunshine, highs will be stuck in the mid to upper- 40s. sunday will be in the pick of the weekend - mostly sunny with temperatures back in the low-60s! we will hold off on any shower chances until late next wednesday. wouldn't ya know - we could possibly see more storms next wednesday - i'm not saying we will see any severe weather right now, but we'll keep you updated! in the meantime,
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up next on midday - clean chicken - we'll let you which popular chain restaurant is making sure the chicken you eat doesn't have antiobotics. plus - flu vaccines - we'll tell you why this year's vaccines are better than what
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years. they're adding antibiotic-free chicken to its menu.
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beat out its fast-food rivals to become the first major chain to make the change in all the antibiotic-free rotisserie-style chicken sandwich will be available on march first. mcdonald's announced a similar still working on implementation. chick-fil-a says it has now reached 23 percent of its goal to eliminate with full conversion expected by 20-19. many fast food companies have committed in recent years to selling "cleaner" ingredients. that's due in part to warnings about antibiotics in food. wal-mart faces a lawsuit over its "great value" brand grated parmesan cheese. a man filed the suit claiming he spent more money for the "100 percent grated parmesan cheese" because he believed it was 100 percent pure. according to the complaint, the product contains seven to 10 percent of cellulose, which is a filler derived from wood pulp. the man accused walmart of deceptive business practices. coming up on midday--
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be possible. we're back at --:-- on wavy news 10 midday i'm
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and i'm don roberts. thanks for staying with us. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... this afternoon: scattered clouds. cool and breezy. highs: upper-40s. winds: nw 10-15 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. still cool. highs: upper- 40s. winds: n/nw the afternoon. highs will only be in the upper-40s because of a cool northwest breeze. tonight, expect mainly clear skies and lighter winds, so as a result, temperatures will dip into the upper-20s. a chilly start will give way to a chilly afternoon on saturday. even though we'll have plenty of sunshine, highs will be stuck in the mid to upper- 40s. sunday will be in the pick of the weekend - mostly sunny with temperatures back in the low-60s! we will hold off on any shower chances until late next wednesday. wouldn't ya know - we could possibly see more storms next wednesday -
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see any severe weather right now, but we'll keep you updated! in the meantime, enjoy the weekend! now, but we'll keep you updated! in the meantime, enjoy the weekend! we're following breaking news this midday about a police involved shooting in newport news. the commonwealth's attorney says there was no wrongdoing by a newport news police officer in the death of kj beaty on the fourth of july last year. 10 on your sides jason
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we're following developing news from norfolk at this hour... after a fire killed one person and hurt four others in ocean view. two families are also without a place to stay this midday. this is a story we first brought to you as breaking news this morning. 10 on your side's liz kilmer is at the scene and has new information. liz? our crews spoke with the couple who was inside the first floor of the duplex
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take a look - this entire side is destroyed. but that couple is happy to be alive -- after a woman living on the second floor become trapped and died -- she was pulled from a window by firefighters take a look -- this was the scene from earlier, viewer images capture the intense fire. heavy flames broke out just around 2 a-m. 30 firefighters were called to the scene -- none were hurt. but officials tell us -- a woman and two children on the second floor escaped through a window. they were taken to the hospital. again, an elderly woman was trapped, she suffered serious burns and did not survive. below, a couple -- sot c49 sandra cahoon -victim for 12:30 01:10:30 'if you think of a dragon when he blows out the flames, he's blowing out the flames real high and up, it was like that, and as it was catching the siding, it was popping out and the siding was melting, it
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nobody." sandra cahoon there and her husband made it out safely. her husband, without his shoes or jacket. both have minor burns but are overall, okay. their hearts go out to the family who lived above. they say the woman killed was a grandmother. we'll have more coming up on wavy news 10 at 12:30. meantime, the red cross is assisting -- firefighters are working to determine what caused the flames. live in norfolk, liz kilmer 10 on your side. to our other big story -- this midday -- storm cleanup from waverly. we have new video from the scene both on the ground and in the air. drone 10 was flying over the cleanup earlier today - showing the destruction left behind from the ef-1 tornado. which had winds of around 100 miles an hour. this is a story we've been following since pushed across the commonwealth. 10 on your side's matt gregory continues our coverage with the cleanup going on today. matt?
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laundromat. tim was inside napping 5 min before tornado ripped through. went outside to test drive his friends car. car picked up and dropped had to kick their way out. when he came to everything all his possessions trped or destroyed/ when he came to everything all his when he came to everything all his when he came to everything all his possessions trped or
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4:10:08 this afternoon we'll see how neighbors have been able to help tim. thats coming u[p on on our 150 minutees of news. in waverly matt gregory 10 on your side it's really hard to grasp
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the deadly tornado... so we want to show you new video from above the damage. you can see the path of destruction from drone 10. you're also able to see some of the cleanup that's already started. we're learning more about the 3 people in waverly. 26-year-old devine stringfield was in the house with his 2-year-old nephew, ian lewis and his sister's boyfriend, 50-year-old larry turner. they were in a mobile home that blew off its foundation and landed several yards away. for complete coverage of this deadly tornado - go to wavy dot com. we have pictures and information about the waverly tornado and the
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a connecticut judge has ordered a probable cause hearing for a convicted killer from hampton who is charged for killing six people. the hearing for william devin howell is may 11th. people charged with murder in connecticut have the right to a probable cause hearing at which prosecutors have to show there is enough evidence to continue to trial. police allege howell killed six women and a man in 2003 and dumped the bodies behind a connecticut shopping center. he's already serving 15 years in prison for manslaughter in one killing and faces murder charges in the other six. governor terry mcauliffe says virginia faces "somewhat of a crisis" over a lack of lethal-injection drugs for a scheduled execution next month. state officials are frantically searching for the drugs for the march 16 execution of convicted killer ricky gray, one of remaining death row inmates. the state has
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pentobarbital it received from texas last year. mcauliffe indicated the state needs to test one vial and have another as a backup before it can proceed with an execution. the general assembly is currently considering a bill to allow the state to use the electric chair as an alternative to legal-injection drugs. we want to get you caught up on developing news out of kansas where authorities say 4 people died and more than a dozen were hurt in a workplace shooting yesterday. the victim's families identified the shooter as cedric ford. they say he a coworker of the victims. investigators say say the shooter himself is also dead. officers held a press conference within the last two hours about the deadly shooting that happened the city of hesston, which is about 20 miles north of wichita. investigators say there were four separate crime scenes - they also say the gunman was upset when he received protection order at work an hour and a half before the shootings. officials say the gunman worked at
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company that makes lawn care products and riding lawn- mowers. still ahead on midday- flu vaccines - why officials say this years batch is better than it has been in officers quick actions may have saved a persons life. plus - we're on your side with another look at the
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s. since the country's landmark nuclear deal with the u-s and other world powers. today's vote is largely to see if citizens approve of the nuclear deal president hassan rouhanis made. it curbs the country's nuclear activities in exchage for other countries lifting international sanctions. campaign posters lined the streets of tehran. there are six-thousand candidates vying for more than 300 seats in parliament. good news this midday - the centers for disease control and prevention says this year's flu vaccine is working pretty well. health officials say the vaccine cuts your chances of getting the flu by almost 60- percent. that makes it one of the most effective flu vaccines in recent years. last year's flu shot was only about 20 percent effective. the flu is still deadly, and the c-d-c says 13 children have died from the flu this season.
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tracked. the c-d-c also says it's still not too late to get a flu shot. today's a big day for soccer worldwide. leaders within fifa approved reforms today to curb the president's power and protect against corruption. they'll also vote for a new president. you're looking at video of delegates arriving at fifa's headquarters in zurich. prince ali of jordan is one of five candidates wanting to replace sepp blatter. you may remember blatter and other soccer officials stepped down amid investigations into widespread corruption. the olympic organizing comittee for rio's summer games announced the route for the traditional torch relay. the torch will start its journey in the greek city of olympia which is the home of the ancient olympic games. that beings april 21st. then, the olympic flame begins its journey in brazil in may. the torch will travel through 329 towns and cities over 95 days before reaching the opening ceremony at rio de janeiro's marcana
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paralympic long jump champion markus rehm is urging the international association of athletics federation to allow him to attempt an unprecedented feat in this year's summer olympics: competing in both the olympic german single-leg nicknamed the "blade jumper", added weight to his bid at the glasgow indoor grand prix last weekend, springing to a 26.570-foot win over his able-bodied competitors. the i-a-a-f, however, says the athlete must prove that the carbon fiber running blade he jumps off does not give him an unfair advantage over his olympic rivals. s/ paralympic champion/ markus rehm :17 "it is a big discussion at the moment, but on the other side there are a lot of disadvantages as well jumping with a else with the prosthesis i have can jump eight meters?" the case has been
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sprinter oscar pistorius, who became the first amputee athlete to compete at the olympics in 2012. remember you can see the olympic summer games right here on wavy-tv 10. we have new video this midday - of an alabama man being shot by a police taser. the man ended up dying after he was shot with that taser. we must warn you - this hospital in athens, alabama. police say they were called to the hospital when 49-year-old randy nelson started fighting during a mental health evaluation. a stun gun is drawn and eventually fired at nelson, the prongs striking him in the back. moments later nelson has trouble breathing. his cause of death has not yet been determined. also new at midday - a texas police officer pulls a driver from a burning vehicle and its all caught on camera. it happend monday evening when the driver of an s-u-v crashed into a guardrail in corpus chrisit and
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mcginley arrived on scene - he used his baton to break out the passenger side window of the wrecked and burning chevy suburban he then opened the door and with the help of another person, pulled the 29-year-old driver to safety. the driver suffered minor injuries in the incident. new information this midday about bill cosby's defamation lawsuit. we've learned the comedian has dropped the lawsuit against supermodel beverly johnson. cosby's lawyers say they dropped the civil suit because in their words..... criminal proceedings in pennsylvania impede mr. cosby's ability to fully participate in litigating the civil case against ms. johnson. they say they plan to re-file the civil case against johnson before the statue of limitations expire. in her memoir, johnson accuses cosby of drugging her and trying to rape her without success at his home in the 1980's. so far no reaction from johnson on cosby's decision.
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berlin, germany talking about the social network's record on data protection and hate speech. the company is facing criticism from german politicians over its privacy practices and a slow response to anti- immigrant postings by neo-nazi sympathizers. the 31-year-old entrepreneur met chancellor angela merkel's chief of staff, told journalists about his vision for the future of facebook and received an award from publisher axel springer while avoiding controversial topics. facebook's rules forbid bullying, harassment and threatening language, but critics say it does not enforce them properly. two sisters separated by a volcanic eruption, a horrific mudslide, and thirty years were finally reunited in colombia thanks to genetic testing and their doctor's persistence. the genetically reunited women physically met for the first time thursday - where their d-n-a confirmed they had
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it was a welcome shock to both women who are just coming to terms with the news. in 1985 the nevado del ruiz volcano erupted, killing an estimated 25-thousand people. the sisters were rescued and pulled from the wreckage. (weather anim - with track) this afternoon: scattered clouds. cool and breezy. highs: upper-40s. winds: nw 10-15 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. still cool. highs: upper- 40s. winds: n/nw 5-10 mph. high pressure is taking control today. we'll be tracking scattered clouds through the afternoon. highs will only be in the upper-40s because of a cool tonight, expect mainly clear skies and lighter temperatures will dip into the upper-20s. a chilly start will give way to a chilly afternoon on saturday. even though we'll have plenty of sunshine, highs will be stuck in the mid to upper-
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the pick of the weekend - mostly sunny with temperatures back in the low-60s! we will hold off on any shower chances until late next wednesday. wouldn't ya know - we could possibly see more storms next wednesday - i'm not saying we will see any severe weather right now, but we'll keep you updated! in the meantime, enjoy the weekend! (weather anim - with track) this afternoon: scattered clouds. cool and breezy. highs: upper-40s. winds: nw 10-15 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. still cool. highs: upper- 40s. winds: n/nw 5-10 mph. high pressure is taking control today. we'll be tracking scattered clouds through the afternoon. highs will only be in the upper-40s because of a cool northwest breeze. tonight, expect mainly clear skies and lighter winds, so as a result, temperatures will dip into the upper-20s. a chilly start will give way to a chilly afternoon
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we'll have plenty of sunshine, highs will be stuck in the mid to upper- 40s. sunday will be in the pick of the weekend - mostly sunny with temperatures back in the low-60s! we will hold off on any shower chances until late next wednesday. wouldn't ya know - we could possibly see more storms you updated! in the meantime, enjoy the weekend! up next on midday - tractors and school - we'll show you how the two went hand in
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texas community. this midday, there are
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around in minneapolis. nats of barking animal workers flew nearly 40 chihuahuas from california. there's a huge overpopulation of dogs in california. so, workers are trying to get people across the small dogs. the american humane society hopes to have 20 dogs in new homes by the end of the weekend. most of us take a car or the bus to school. but in texas, some students drove tractors! nats of tractor engine they do everything a little bigger in texas. its all in honor of national agriculture week. students got to learn about how far along farming has come from the early days of
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join our anita blanton >> victor: oh, there you are. >> maggie: oh, i thought you'd gone to bed. >> victor: oh, i couldn't sleep. listen, i was passing by caroline's room. the door was open, but nobody was there. have you seen her? >> maggie: uh, actually she left just a little while ago. >> victor: at this hour? where'd she go? >> maggie: home. >> victor: what the hell are you talking about? >> maggie: she moved back home, victor. >> vtor: what? why would she do that? and why would she leave without even saying good-bye to me? >> maggie: well, she didn't say good-bye because she thought you'd try to stop her, like you did the last time. >> victor: oh, for god's sakes, well, why didn't you? >> maggie: victor, it's her life. and it's her decision. >> victor: well, it's a damn poor one. i told you, she has to stay

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