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as a small town to encourage traffic to come in 5124 the fire took with it -- lisa baechler (beckler's)'s 43 foot boat, in the family for eight years. she got the call from a neighbor -- that said this: c0042 - lisa fire and all the boats, including yours, are gone 2831 and i wasshocked 2836 she says the people who died in the fire were renovating their home -- and living aboard because of that. c0042 - lisa baechler - lost boat in fire 3144 they had been part of the urbanna community for years and years so this will be a devastating loss for so many people on so many before release the victims' names. friends say they were wonderful people. no word yet on where and how the fire started. live in urbanna, erin kelly, 10
developing news right now in portsmouth police tell us a man was just shot on broad street near meander road. we're working to find out more about the man's condition and if police are looking for a suspect at this time. we'll update you as soon as we get more information. only on 10 -- toll troubles... in the general assembly if legislators can't come to agreement there may not be any tolling legislation. 10 on your side's andy fox is live the newsroom to explain why this bill may never make it to the governor's desk. there is a chance a five person sub- committee may refer this bill to a comprehensive study. that means it's legislatively dead this session. but all sides agree there's a lot of good in this bill. it is clear tonight if there is no agreement consumers are the losers. st. sen. john cosgrove/(r) chesapeake it's hard believing the hampton roads delegation isn't unified when it comes to tolling. state senator kenny alexander
((i am concerned that we walk away with no bill no legislation and that is unfortunate)) runs:10 delegate chris jones tolling bill is in jeopardy eventhough all sides agree it is to help prevents them from being begin saddled with a hard toll across our mm hrbt )) runs :06 state senator bill desteph likes a lot of things in chris jones bill, and doesn't like a lot, but is feeling rushed to make a decision. (9:01 2) ((it is when you give us a fifty page substitute minutes before we are going to voe on or a day before we vote on this)) runs:06 the bill calls on better notification by the tolling authority desteph likes that (9:42 2) ((we take 30 days to 60 days for toll violation to give you notice extra 30 days that's great runs: 06 (42:50 8) ((the worst thing we can do is pass a bad bill)) runs:06 state senator john cosgrove is chairman of
not give assurances jones will pass. (39:59 8) ((we can put in a substitute and i think bill desteph is doing that probalbyin 1069)) runs: 07 desteph doesn't like the tolling operator getting a maximum of $2,200 on a first conviction. that amount is now $25,000. ( 3 18:42) ((how can a military family of our afford 22 hundred dollars they can't nobody can) pollice officer how how much should that be 200 at most ) runs: 11 the sub-committee takes up this issues on wednesday. del. chris jones side fears the sub- committee, with 3 of the 5 members from hampton roads and enough for passage, will kill the bill by referring it to study. tonight at six, will the legislators come together and do the right thing for toll weary consumers? that
we're about 12 hours away from the start of super tuesday... that's why presidential candidates have been flocking to hampton roads. tonight, democrat hillary clinton will rally at lake taylor high school in norfolk - more on that in a bit. but first republican ben carson stopped at regent university this afternoon. 10 on your side's stephanie harris is here with more. steph, quite frankly many are asking why he's still in this. the polling numbers show he doesn't have a chance, but dr. carson is not regent's chancellor and c-e-o pat robertson for regent university's presidential candidate forum this afternoon. the retired neurosurgeon talked about the state of our nation as he sees it. "2:29:19 people in america are frieghtened and i think they are angry. they are frieghtnened because they recognize that there are global radical islamic terrorists who want to destroy us and they don't get the
the seriousness of the situation :44 butt bite 14:30:16 and they are angry because they keep sending people to congress who are supposed to change things who are supposed to change but nothing gets changed :23 dr carson went on to say that when people make beleives the american people are starting to wake up and think in a rational way. he went on to answer questions about his views on healthcare, islam and how he thinks america's political correctness is having a negative effect on the country. he says there's nothing wrong with the values and morals we built this country on and if he were president he would work to get rid of the ban on christianity in public schools. carson may not have the numbers but he is vowing to stay in this fight he told reporters this weekend, for the millions of people who are still behind him and giving him money to run the campaign. stephanie harris toys look for plenty of coverage tomorrow night on air-- and online. we'll update you with
of the screen-- as well as at 10 on fox 43-- and again for wavy news 10 at 11. it looks like weather will cooperate for voters on super tuesday. if you think today is nice - tomorrow looks like it will be a repeat. here's a live look from towercam 10 over downtown norfolk today the sun was shining, definitely a beautiful day. chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler weather center to let us know how long the sunny and warm weather will stick around. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low/mid 40s. winds west 5-10mph. tuesday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the low/mid 60s. winds se 5-10mph. we'll have a warm day with highs in the upper 60s to near 70. it will sprinkle, but the front looks to pass through mostly dry. tomorrow will be just a little bit cooler with highs in the low 60s. we'll be mild be much cooler towards the end of the week. by friday a weak area of low pressure looks to move through the region. this could bring a brief wintry mix in the morning, but will probably be just a cold rain into the afternoon. stay tuned
forecast for friday has been changing. coming up on wavy news 10 at 5:30- a member of seal team six is honored today in washington. what he did to be recognized by the president. still ahead - denying a conflict of interest - for the first time you'll hear from a norfolk city councilman who says he's done nothing wrong. and - an update on tornado victims. we'll tell you where you can go to remember the people who
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a deadly hit and run. investigators say last night, a couple in capron had pulled their car over onto the side of southampton parkway near three creeks road investigators say 34-year-old laura ngo was standing in the road around 7:30 last night when a car hit her and kept going. she died at the hospital. detectives determined a 2014 hyundai sonata hit her. the vehicle will have damage to the front bumper. call the crime line if you can help detectives. coming up on wavy news 10 - 10 on your side's jason marks talks with a norfolk city councilman who says he hasn't done anything wrong. more on the allegations, he stressed out parents are more likely to use if they
principal. the parent doesn't believe that principal should also be able to serve as a city councilman. friday night-- 10 on your side heard from that parent who calling the situation a "conflict of interest." tonight only on 10 we are hearing from the norfolk principal and councilman tommy smigiel. 10 on your side's jason marks is at the wavy live center with what he had to say. jason. smigiel says has every right to do both jobs. the law allows him to do so and he tells me he goes out of his way to make sure the two don't able to tell my side of the story." until now. for the first time-- norfolk city councilman and principal tommy smigiel is telling his side of a story. what started as a school bus at the academy at lakewood has turned into a war of words. 02=:12:40:17 "i think the public needs to know that this is a political attack." in november michael muhammad's 11-year-old son, who is student at smigiel's school didn't arrive home at normal time. muhammad went to school to look for his son and
called and when they didn't show, smigiel says he called the chief's cell phone as a principal not a councilman. muhammad has since said he believes it is a conflict of interest for smigiel to be a principal and city councilman. 14=:34:53 "i think it is inappropriate that he would use a school situation to enhance his council position." muhammad believes smigiel shouldn't be able vote on the norfolk school's budget.. the councilman disagrees. 02=12:34:57 "i don't vote on my individual salary and there is no impact smigiel says muhammad has attacked him and it only becuase of the some of the decisions he's made while serving on council-- including backing andy protogyrou for mayor instead of kenny alexander. 02=12:41:16 "this is vicious it's standard with this individual. the mo is to dig in deep and try to ruin somebody's reputation. 14=33:44 "that's foolishness on his part. that's foolishness i warned the school board and i warned the council months ago this would
the direction that he and others are working in this political landscape" smigiel says he can't talk about the incident that happened at school.. but says state law allows him serve in both capacities and will continue to do so. 02=:12:35:09 "i wouldn't have done it for 6 years if i thought there was a conflict." there has been an investigation launched by the school system into what happened at smigiel's school in november. smigiel tells me that is standard procedure whenever a parent makes a complaint. i did get a statement from the norfolk police chief and he tells me all proper policies and procedures were followed appropriately at the school that day. jason marks 10 on your side. three people are without a place to stay after a fire in gloucester over the weekend. we've learned the fire happened on graceland farms lane on sunday. the red cross is helping the family. we're working to figure out more about that fire. we'll pass it along as soon as coming together to remember those killed duing severe weather last week. an e-f-1 tornado killed three people in the
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we have an update to breaking news out of norfolk. we now know the 2 kids - ages 7 and 9 - were hit by a car in norfolk just after 4 this afternoon. now, they are at c-h-k-d with non-life threatening injuries. a man driving a 4-door car was trying to make a left hand turn, and hit two kids in the crosswalk. the driver is cited for fail to yield in a crosswalk - suspended operators license and no insurance. a virginia d-m-v office may be coming to your area. five mobile cusomter service centers - appropriately named - dmv 2 go - are going across the state to help customers. any d-m-v transactions you need can be done through this service.
to utilize the mobile dmv - go to wavy dot com. the virginia beach police department is investigating a crash involving a motorcycle. it happened around 10-30 last night, at the intersection of first colonial and mill dam roads. the motorcyclist went to the hospital with critical injuries. coming up on wavy news 10 - babysitting techology - what doctors say parents are doing to make their children behave. then at five-thirty - we're following developing news -- a student opens fire in a school cafeteria. what we're learning about some serious
parents of "problematic' toddlers are more likely to use tablets or smartphones to keep parents of "problematic' toddlers are more likely to use tablets or smartphones to keep the peace. researchers from c-s mott children's hospital at the university of michigan asked a small group of parents how often they allowed the use of smartphones or tablets during different situations. they found these devices are more
coping mechanisms for children with difficult behavior. (sot: jenny radesky, m.d; - assistant professor of developmental behavioral pediatrics - university of michigan medical school - (:18) "when we looked at believe that they had that much affect on how their child developed, those were the parents who were far more likley to hand a difficult child a mobile device to try and calm them down or keep them calm." experts say parents of these kids often feel stressed and feel that they don't have much to offer. stay with us. wavy news 10 at 5:30, starts right now! (30) 45:24 i'm lex gray in portsmouth, where a woman survived a terrifying ordeal last week. today, her family talks to 10 on your side about why they're not happy with the charges against the suspect. :34 plus -- two accidents -- just minutes and miles apart. two young children are shot. tonight -- what police
guns. and - it's super tuesday eve. the presidential candidates are hitting the commonwealth hard with rallies across the state. wavy tv ten is your compaign headquarters -- with complete election coverage ahead. we begin with developing news out of portsmouth -- the family of a stabbing victim is reaching out to 10 on your side. the suspect is behind bars -- but they're afraid he won't stay there long enough. we told you about the attack on bold street. it happened late thursday night. ten on your side's lex gray talked to the woman who survived, and her family. lex - they're not satisfied with the charges. stephanie and anita -- the victim and her family are talking to 10 on your side, because they want people to see what they see -- a vicious attack by a dangerous man. their biggest fear is that he'll end up right back on the streets. (5) 14:47 he was going back and forth to jail, he was doing drugs, felicia elliott-lee never really liked her mom's she didn't see this coming. felicia elliott-lee/victim's daughter (5) 12:42 i get a call, my sister saying get up, get up, ray just stabbed our mom up. felicia rushed to the
(5) 10:14 when i walked into that room, my mama was unrecognizable. (butted to) 8:53 she has a slash coming all the way down her mouth, she has cuts all in her face, i'm beef. on both hands from here to here. latressa scott talked to me on the phone from the hospital about the attack. she says first -- she heard the sound of victim (23) 33:08 he came straight to my room, locked the door, and i'm begging him, please, and he said i'm going to kill you. that's why scott and her family don't understand why jones isn't facing a more serious charge - like attempted murder. (23) 34:28 i don't understand how he got charged with malicious wounding when he tried to kill me. i don't understand that. :37 i asked portsmouth police about that -- a spokesperson explains, officers charged jones based on the information they had that night.