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coming up, you'll hear from her family still waiting for answers." while the cleanup is well underw ay here in waverly on the surface, some residents are still just beginning to get over the shock of the tornado that ripped through their small town. "helter skelter in an accomack county courtroom. those are the judges words. not mine. explain what happened." this will soon be the spot. i'm brandi cummings in virginia beach with details on what's going to happen to this townhome after council members voted last night. i'm lex gray in virginia beach, where an 88-year- old woman died after a crash with an ems vehicle. what we're still working to learn today. tonight: mainly clear sky. lows near the freezing mark. wind: n 5-10mph. first at 4: jesse matthew junior will never get out of prison. today --- he pleaded guilty to the murder and abduction
of college students hannah graham and morgan harrington. a judge sentenced matthew to four consecutive life terms . the plea deal kept him from facing the death penalty. 10 on your side's erin kelly was one of just a few reporters who inside the packed courtroom. the families of graham and harrington had their first opportunity today to tell the judge what jesse matthew took from them. matthew looked down - as they talked about the abduction and murder of their young daughters and what life has been like since losing them. 18-year-old hannah graham was a uva student who disappeared in september 2014. police found her remains the next month on an abandoned property in albemarle county. in court today - her mother fought back tears - saying matthew dumped her daughter's body like a bag of trash - and that each day is that much darker without her. morgan harrington was a va tech student who vanished after attending a metallica concert at uva in 2009. authorities found her remains on a farm months later. her father told the judge - their world has gone gray, and ended by asking
"how could he and why would he?" gil harrington - victim's mother "the community didn't give up. for six and a half years, you all were determined and resolute to find the top-tier predator that hunted in this community." john graham - victim's father "his evil deprived the world of a great talent, but hannah's enduring gift to us all is that she enabled this wicked man to be apprehended and convicted. she did change the world, but at a terrible price." reverend louie carr - matthew family spokesperson "words cannot express our sadness on what has happened. we want to express to the harrington family and the graham family our sorrow on what our family member jesse leroy matthew junior chose to do to
matthew is already serving life in prison for a 2005 sexual assault in fairfax county. as part of the plea deal - prosecutors withdrew the capital murder charlottesville, erin kelly, 10 on your side. today marks 20 years since a young woman disaapeared on her way to charlottesville and was later found dead. the high profile virginia case remains unsolved. on march 2, 19-96 --- 25-year old alicia showalter reynolds was headed to charlottesville when witnesses saw her car parked on the side of route 29. they said a man was
stopped outside her car and he was driving a pickup truck like this one. reynolds' car was found later that day abandoned in culpeper. her remains were found in nearby lignum two months later. over the years --- authorities have released a sketch of a possible suspect and invesigated more than 10-thousand leads. virginia state police continue to encourage anyone with information in the case to come forward. new at 4--- state police have identified the victims in a deadly marina fire in urbanna. 75-year-old francis blantz and 65-year- old julia blantz died in monday's fire at dozier's port urbanna marina. friends of the victims say they were living on their boat while their home was under renovation. the fire destroyed 21 boats. police are investigating it as arson. new information in a portsmouth homicide investigation. three more suspects are in custody for the shooting death of a teenager. u-s marshals say they found rodderick britt, andre keel, and jalon trotter hiding out this moring in an
atlanta apartment. the three are accused of killing 17-year-old jayzayvia hill in may on deep creek boulevard. two others were hurt in the shooting. the suspects were originally arrested for the crime last year. but, the original charges were nolle processed, and the suspects were released. the commonwealths attorney decided to bring up the charges again last month. all five suspects in the case are now in jail. samking beale and raykwuan short turned themselves in earlier this month. now at 4 : the weather. there's colder temperatures in the forecast. and a chance of a wintry mix. meteorologist deitra tate is in the super doppler 10 weather center. tonight: mainly clear sky. lows near the freezing mark. wind: n 5-10mph. thursday: increasing clouds during the day. highs in the 40s. wind: ene 5-10mph. thursday night: wintry mix possible for north of
no accumulations. lows in 5-15mph. friday: cold rain is likely through the morning. drier by the afternoon. highs in the mid 40s. wind: ne 10-20mph high pressure will have control of our weather through the night. so, expect a clear and calm night with cold temps thursday, expect increasing clouds through the day as an area of low pressure approaches the area. the moisture affiliated with the low won't arrive until late on thursday night, and there is a chance for a light wintry mix for areas northwest of the metro...staying a cold rain for the southside. then, all of the precipitation switches over to rain by friday morning...and rain is likely. an inch of rain is possible. the rain moves out by the afternoon. your weekend brings temps near 50 degrees, but there could be isolated nicely with a return to 60s and 70s. police officers provided extra security at a suffolk high school today. police say they are investigating a threat
made towards a student at lakeland. officers were there today as a precaution. parents got this message today: "...word was received that there was a possible conflict between two students. because the situation had the potential to present additional concerns, it was addressed by providing extra security..". a developing story in norfolk. that's where police are working to track down two 7-eleven robbery suspects. it happened around midnight at a store on granby street. detectives say two men walked in wearing dark clothing and bandanas covering their faces. they demanded money at gunpoint and ran out with the cash. no injuries are reported. another robbery investigation in norfolk. a woman says she was assaulted and robbed around 6 a-m on lafayette boulevard if you have any information in either of these robberies --- call the crime line. now to a missing persons case turned death investigation. the mysterious death of anjelica hadsell -- who vanished one years ago -- is still very much a mystery. but are police any closer to finding out how the teenager died? 10 on your side's joe fisher has followed every twist and turn in this
case from the start. joe. aj hadsell went missing exactly one year ago -- march 2, 2015. police found her dead about a month later. but it has been eight months since any new developments. so where does the case stand now? ((pkg 0:00)) anjelica "aj" hadsell was home in norfolk on spring break when all communication with loved ones cut off. ((c1 5:23)) "your child is missing and you don';t know what's going on and so many things are happening so fast." a college freshman -- a star athlete -- a good friend -- a loving sister. what could have happened? ((c1 26:20)) "we didn't know what happened to her in the beginning." norfolk police spokesman daniel hudson says investigators have been working daily on this case all year. ((c2 30:20-30:31)) "do you guys believe at this point that you are going to eventually be able to pin somebody for her death?" "i hope so for the family and for the community and police department. only time will tell though." still, though, the department has never named a suspect. hudson says progress has
been made behind the scenes, but still no one has been charged in the 18-year-old's dissapearance or death. ((c1 24:03)) "we can't show all of our cards to the public." thousands of manhours have been poured into the case -- and aj's family says they're putting their trust in the police to make an arrest. ((c1 12:51)) "it really doesn't matter to me how quick it happens." "a lot of people say i need to be out here fighting for swift justice. for me, it's not about it's fast and it's not out there yet. it's about getting it right." coming up at five o'clock -- you'll hear more from family and friends who are working to keep aj hadsell's name alive. then, at six o'clock: the mysterious death of anjelica hadsell. our full investigation on who, if anyone, killed aj. i'm joe fisher, 10 on
decision 2016. republican presidential candidate dr. ben carson says that he quote "does not see a political path forward". in a statement: carson says he will not participate in the fox news g-o-p debate tomorrow night in carson's campaign is winding not formally suspended his candidacy. instead, he is continuing with events across the state of michigan over the next several days. carson said he plans to discuss the future of his campaign on friday at a meeting of the conservative political action conference in d.c. new courtroom developments in a rape case we've been following. the judge called what happened today "helter skelter." 10 on your side's liz palka will explain. and --- the one thing in your neighborhood designed to help you sleep better --- could be keeping you up at night. it's been one week since a deadly tornado hit waverly. 10 on your side's deanna leblanc returned to the community today. see what she found --- next.
through towercam 10. meteorologist deitra tate is up next with your 4 p-m forecast. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. when we breathe in allergens our bodies react by over producing six key inflammatory substances that cause our symptoms.
crews in southwestern new york are removing cars from a derailed norfolk southern train. more than a dozen cars from the freight train derailed around 11-30 last night near the pennsylvania border. three of the cars were carrying hazardous materials. crews contained two tankers that were leaking ethanol and a derailed tanker containing propane. there was no fire. the fire department evacuated dozens of nearby homes. (stella zeigler/mechanic street resident) "first it was the house shaking real bad, and then the train to derailed right in front of our house." (jill otto/south state street resident) "i just heard a loud ... almost like a tornado was coming through. it was
just a loud wooshing, screeching noise." a conducter and an engineer were the only people on the train. they aren't hurt. this time last week --- we were covering a deadly tornado in waverly. three people inside a mobile home died. eight other people were hurt. countless homes and businesses are destroyed. today 10 on your side's deanna leblanc returned to the community to see how residents are doing one week later. the outpouring of support - as we've mentioned before - has been overwhelming for many in the town. even today, i saw several church groups from other communities dropping off supplies - but many in town are still in shock. the clean-up in waverly has now been going on for days - this street was covered in debris seven days ago - now what's left to pick up is neatly gathered in piles - and the traffic is flowing normally once again. this is becoming a popular sight in waverly. roofing crews, making much needed repairs. a row of blue tarps now covers the homes that
path. while the repairs are making the town look more normal on the surface - the people i spoke with are still spoke with a restaurant owner still trying to estimate damages, and figure out how to move forward. i hope the insurance pays us for wahtever loss we have but at the same time im losing business, i'm probably losing customer,s i might lose my employees they've got to work, they've got to maek a living too. it's frustrating. starting over again is going to be hard. we'll have a more indepth look at waverly's cleanup one week later - tonight at 5. i'm dl 10 on your side. residents in an alabama neighborhood are cleaning damage from a tornado. here's a look at the damage outside birmingham. dozens of homes and cars down. four people are hurt after last night's e- f-2 tornado.
meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mainly clear sky. lows near the freezing mark. wind: n 5-10mph. thursday: increasing clouds during the day. highs in the 40s. wind: ene 5-10mph. thursday night: wintry mix possible for north of the southside...little to no accumulations. lows in the upper 30s. wind: 5-15mph. friday: cold rain is likely through the morning. drier by the afternoon. highs in the mid 40s. wind: ne 10-20mph high pressure will have control of our weather through the night. so, expect a clear and calm night with cold temps near the freezing mark.
increasing clouds through the day as an area of low pressure approaches the area. the the low won't arrive until late on thursday night, and there is a chance for a light wintry mix for areas northwest of the metro...staying a cold rain for the southside. then, all of the precipitation switches over to rain by friday morning...and rain is likely. an inch of rain is possible. the rain moves out by the afternoon. your weekend brings temps near 50 degrees, but there could be isolated affiliated with another quick moving disturbance. next week, it warms up nicely with a return to
wavy live center the death of an 88 year old woman after a crash us what is happening to the driver of that suv. african-americans are twice as likely to die from certain health issues . at 5 we'll show you an innovative approach to changing those outcomes. after nearly a year on the run, the man accused of pulling off a massive gold heist is finally behind bars. see these stories when nicole livas joins me beginning at 5. from a townhouse to "the spot." how virginia beach hopes this place improves lives in the community. new research on gray hair. scientists say they
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how clean do you think you really get when you hit the shower? a new study says we need to do a better job of cleaning our tubs! dermatologists say almost all of us have something growing. it could be in the sponges, or the grout in-between the tiles. all these things contain bacteria which can lead to skin problems like acne. quick super dr. sherry ingraham/ dermatologist "it's like a giant petri dish so you really need
to be aware of what's in there and keeping it clean and tossing things on a regular basis" experts suggest after three uses of your razor --- toss it. get rid of natural loofahs after three weeks. if your loofah is synthetic --- you can keep it longer if you take it out of the shower after each use and let it air dry. having trouble sleeping? check to see how bright your neighborhood is. a new study shows, the same street lights that give us security at night, could be harming our sleep pattern. stanford university researchers studied the outdoor light exposure of more than 15-thousand people. they found, people living in well-lit areas were more likely to sleep 6 hours a night and be dis-satisfied with their sleep. scientists believe they have identified the first gene linked to graying hair.. and now that they know this --- it may help figure out how to prevent
hair from turning gray in the future. researchers studied thousands of men and women to identify the graying hair gene called "i-r-f-4." the gene is already associated with hair color. now scientists belive it controls the graying by regulating melanin --- which gives color to your hair, skin and eyes. the researchers say they still have more work to do. we have shocking video of a child falling out of a van and onto a busy highway. there is a happy ending to this story. we'll show you what happened next. a rape trial delay. it's a case we've been following for a while. the judge called what happened today in the courtroom "helter skelter." 10 on your side's
slurp. mmmmmm. cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk. cinnamon toast crunch. crunch! crave those crazy squares. cinna-milk! meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mainly clear sky. lows near the freezing mark. wind: n 5-10mph. thursday: increasing clouds during the day. highs in the 40s. wind: ene 5-10mph. thursday night: wintry mix possible for north of the southside...little to no accumulations. lows in
the upper 30s. wind: 5-15mph. friday: cold rain is likely through the morning. drier by the afternoon. highs in the mid 40s. wind: ne 10-20mph high pressure will have control of our weather through the night. so, expect a clear and calm night with cold temps near the freezing mark. thursday, expect increasing clouds through the day as an area of low pressure approaches the area. the moisture affiliated with the low won't arrive until late on thursday night, and there is a chance for a light wintry mix for areas northwest of the metro...staying a cold rain for the southside. then, all of the precipitation switches over to rain by friday morning...and rain is
is possible. the rain moves out by the afternoon. your weekend brings temps near 50 degrees, but there could be isolated showers early on sunday affiliated with another quick moving disturbance. next week, it warms up nicely with a return to 60s and 70s. an accomack county man was in court this morning for sex crimes related to his stepdaughter. the case is against 68 year old khalil muslimani. and the charges date back to 30 years ago. 10 on your side's liz palka has been following this case for a long time. she has the latest from court today. but for the second time - it was postponed. making this situation even hard for some of the people involved, especially the victim. khalil muslimani was in a wheelchair today -- and he is representing
himself. in january, he made a motion to not use his court appointed attorney - who represented him in his last trial related to sex crimes and his niece. motions and witness discussion - the judge out of hand. not only were several motions made by muslimani that were discussed in previous hearings. he had a long list of people that were subpoenaed only yesterday. some included commonwealth's attorney gary agar, politicians, 5 attorneys, and 2 people that have already died. muslimani about this after he left court. sot --khalil muslimani - defendant c1 2:58:39 are you still going to defend yourself when it comes back to the trial in july. yeah. i'm going to defend myself because i know my case backward and forward and i can speak for myself. the judge has continued this trial until july. muslimani is facing one count of rape and one count of indecent liberties
with a child. the child is now in her 40s. she has previously identified herself to ten on your side as muslimani's stepdaughter. you'll hear from her coming up at 5:30....she'll tell you why this delay of trial is so hard. liz palka, 10 on your side. there will soon be a new place for people to gather in virginia beach. last night council members approved a permit for the community development corporation to turn a townhouse into a place called "the spot." 10 on your side's brandi cummings is in the newsroom to explain. "the spot" as its being calling will be a community hub. simply put it will be a place for families and groups to gather. officials say there will be things like mentoring, tutoring, spoken word events and even book club gatherings there. this is where the spot will be...in a townhouse that was once rental property. its on pickering street in the lake edward community. the non-profit group, virginia beach community
owns the home and pushed for the change. during a tour of the property today the company coo told me they wanted to create a safe place in the community for people to come and have activities that will improve their lives. councilwoman dr. ameila ross-hammond represents the kempsville area where the spot will be. during an interview today, she explained idea. sot - dr. amelia ross-hammond, virginia - clip 1 5:22:57 if it helped save one or two kids to put them back on track it felt we dont want to wait untl later but do this soon last night virginia beach city council approved the plan to change the property from residential to commercial. it passed in a 9 to 1 vote. coming up tonight on wavy news 10 at 5:30 i'll tell you what a neighbor thinks about the idea and i'll tell you why that one virginia beach city councilman voted against "the spot" live in the newsroom im brandi cummings 10 on your side. there's damage to the north landing bridge. the u-s army corp of
engineers says a barge hit the albemarle and chesapeake canal crossing yesterday morning as it went under the open draw bridge. the barge damaged the fender system and bridge. engineers say the north landing bridge is safe for cars. but only one span of the draw bridge will go up. so travel along the intercoastal waterway is restricted to pleasure craft only. the bridge will operate on an alternate lift schedule until repairs are made. considering its biggest abortion case in nearly a quarter- century. today the in a case out of texas about aimed at protecting women's health. the clinics say the real goal of the regulations is to reduce access to abortion. texas abortion clinic regulations require doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. clinics must meet standards for outpatient or ambulatory surgical centers. arguments inside the supreme court --- outside rights supporters rallied outside. a decision in the case is
expected by late june. there's a new man in charge of u-s and nato forces in afghanistan. this is video of the change of command ceremony today in kabul. army general john w. "mick" nicholson took over america's longest war from army general john f. campbell. nicholson takes command of around 13-thousand international troops, including 98-hundred americans. ahead at five -- virginia beach school board approved their budget proposal. what it includes and where that proposal goes next before it's official. a little boy's decision to move furniture likely saved his life when a car crashed into his home. we'll explain how. your side with information about a
sports authority is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. the retailer says that it plans to close or sell about 140 stores and two distribution centers. the bankruptcy filing will allow sports authority to break leases for money- losing stores. the colorado based company has 463 stores. the closings are expected to take up to three months. sports authority was once the largest sporting goods retailer. we're on your side with information about a recall from whole foods. the grocery chain says the maytag raw milk blue cheese it sold could be contaminated with listeria. the recall involves
cheese sold in packaging like you see here. recent tests in iowa found the presence of listeria bacteria. maytag dairy farms has suspended production and distribution. whole foods says no illnesses have been reported. more than 158-thousand top fin power filters for aquariums are being recalled because of a shock hazard. they were sold exclusively in petsmart stores nationwide and online. a conductor on the pump motor can become exposed and electrify the aquarium water. so far --- no injuries have been reported. trapped outside during a tornado. the survivor story --- caught on tape. 10 on your side spent the day working to gather new information in a deadly crash involving a virginia beach ems vehicle. what lex gray found out today --- next. tonight: mainly clear sky. lows near the freezing mark. wind: n
freezing mark. wind: n 5-10mph. today - we're working to learn more about a deadly crash involving a virginia beach e-m-s chief. it happened around 9:15 yesterday morning, at the intersection of lynnhaven parkway and north mall drive. beach police say an e-m-s vehicle hit a car as it was turning. the car's driver was hurt. the 88-year-old woman in the passenger seat died. 10 on your side's lex gray is at the crash scene today.
lex --- so far, no one has been charged. that's right, stephanie. police aren't saying which driver had the right-of- way. but they did tell us about the e-m-s chief who was driving. i found this photo on the city's website. brigade chief jeffery brennaman has been with the ems department for 31 years. he was on duty at the time of the crash, driving an ems s-u-v. but police say, brennaman was on his way to the city garage, not an emergency scene. he's now on administrative duties, while police investigate. i couldn't reach brennaman today...but his boss, e-m-s chief ed brazle sent out a statement. he wrote -- "this is a tragedy and i brennaman's driving record - but he said he couldn't comment on that. i checked virginia beach court records, and didn't find any traffic offenses. police tell us the victim
is 88-year-old doris baxter. i went to her house today, but the woman there said the baxter's granddaughter, who was driving the car -- is too upset to talk. coming up in our next hour of news, you'll hear from a man who was working nearby when the crash happened. live in virginia beach, lex gray, 10 on your side. two people died when an s-u-v crashed into a pizza restaurant in massachusetts. it happened around 6:00 last night, during the height of the dinner rush. paramedics took 7 other people to the hospital. first responders covered the restaurant with red tarps while they removed the victims. police say the driver survived. witnesses say the suv came barreling down a hill and failed to stop at an intersection, before plowing into the restaurant. watch as an s-u-v crashes into a florida sushi restaurant. it happened just north of miami. the manager says the driver had just finished eating. police charged the driver with distracted driving and driving without a
license. no one was hurt. a nebraska boy is lucky to be alive after an s-u-v slammed into his house. that's because he moved his bed to a different spot in his bedroom. family members say the car landed in the old spot where his bed used to be. a neighbor's surveillance video shows the s-u-v tearing through the lawn, running over a street sign and right into jeffrey's room. ( jeffrey moore) "i heard a big ol' boom and then like, sizzling noises like, the whole car came in." "luckily i moved because if i was still there i would have been hurt or dead. god is a blessing because i'm still here." no one was hurt. police arrested the driver on suspicion of driving under the influence. now to a scary scene in china where a toddler fell out of a moving van in the middle of traffic. check it out, you see the child there in pink fall, and then get up running. the grandfather driving didn't notice the child was missing.
a car behind him picked up the boy and later reunited him with his grandfather. the child appeared to be unharmed. the two-year-old apparently crawled from the passenger seat into the back during a red light. the grandfather says the trunk has been loose since a car recently rear-ended it. another early arrival for royal caribbean's anthem of the seas. the ship returned to new jersey overnight to avoid a storm. there was also a norovirus outbreak on board. this is the second time within a month the ship's voyage has been cut short. this is the same ship that hit a bad storm with 30 foot waves off the coast of cape hatteras in february. several passengers were hurt and the ship had to turn back. a louisiana woman has quite the story to tell after she survived a tornado! watch this amazing surveillence video of her getting caught up in the twister. she tried to get inside this hardware store for safety, but the doors were locked. she even tried
to hold onto a soda machine. she still says she has no idea how she survived. (kyra johnson tornado survivor) "i just braced myself right here between the coke machine and i wasn't even holding on, it was just to brace because after i seen the video, i didn't know what it really looked like, i just figured i was in a tornado." amazingly she escaped without major injury. people in washington state are cleaning up after a fierce storm. check out this cell phone video of a trampoline flying across his yard. the strong winds also knocked over trees and power lines. more than 75-thousand people lost power at the height of the storm. the national weather service says the wind gusts reached nealy 60 miles-per-hour. meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mainly clear sky. lows near the freezing mark. wind: n 5-10mph.
thursday: increasing clouds during the day. highs in the 40s. wind: ene 5-10mph. thursday night: wintry mix possible for north of the southside...little to no accumulations. lows in the upper 30s. wind: 5-15mph. friday: cold rain is likely through the morning. drier by the afternoon. highs in the mid 40s. wind: ne 10-20mph high pressure will have control of our weather through the night. so, expect a clear and calm night with cold temps near the freezing mark. thursday, expect increasing clouds through the day as an area of low pressure approaches the area. the moisture affiliated with the low won't arrive until late on thursday night, and there is a chance for a light wintry mix for areas northwest of the metro...staying a cold rain for the southside. then, all of the precipitation switches over to rain by friday morning...and rain is likely. an inch of rain is possible. the rain moves out by the afternoon. your weekend brings temps near 50 degrees, but
stop last year in north carolina. he's accused of killing angela lechlitner back in 2008. u-s astronaut scott kelly is back on earth. "scott kelly, scott kelly back on mother earth after 340 days in space. thumbs up." commander kelly and a russian cosmonaut returned to kazakhstan late last night after nearly a year on the international space station. scott kelly, nasa astronaut "it was you know, leaving the space station, it was a bittersweet. you know i'd been there a long time, so i looked forward to leaving -- but at the same time you know it's a magnificent place and i'm going to miss it. so mixed emotions i guess." their year long stay on the international space station was part of an experiment to study the effects of long-duration spaceflight on the body. the research will help with plans for an eventual mission to mars. straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 we head back to waverly where a tornado killed
three people. deanna leblanc will update us on how the community is recovering. and the united nations warns of a looming crisis in greece over the thousands of migrants with no where to go. find out what they suggest to remedy the situation. then at five-thirty - another country is added to the list with cases of zika virus -- plus the outlook for the spread of the disease in come to a close-- one still hangs over the head of police in hampton roads. joe fisher's investigation on the death of anjelica hadsell-- where things stand-- and why there are still so many questions-- is coming up at 6. but first ahead here at 4 --- when sick kids are granted anything they want from make-a-wish --- you often hear about trips to disneyland or meeting someone famous. not this little girl --- she wanted help cleaning up her community. hear
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nice and clean for the animals. (amelia meyer/brain cancer patient) "it doesnt look nice and another reason is because it can stay dirty and it can get animals sick." (jill meyer/amelias mother) "last night i asked her, i said, 'are you excited about tomorrow?' and she said, 'i am so excited.' and i said, 'why?' and she goes, 'because i get to pick up trash' along with her friends hundreds came out to show support and pick up trash with amelia wavy news 10 at 5 starts right now. closure after a guilty plea. 10 on your side has reaction in jesse matthew murder case. andy whip: absolutely it would absolutely kill them. this is sec of transportation aubrey layne and what we just heard in this committee meeting could kill public private partnerships. i'll have that story coming up runs:10 sot: 13:37:22 it's an emotional process right now we keep thking about the people who died back here. we made it through, we're happy about that but it changes you.
13:37:34 and back to waverly, one week after a killer tornado. the future of public private partnerships are under attack in the general assembly. that type of partnership gave us the hated and controversial tolls on the downtown and midtown tunnels. today the policy on how we got those tolls is under attack. andy fox is standing by live in richmond with what this means to consumers. the question is do you make the general assembly approve all new tolls before they are implemented. one local delegate says if you do that, no new roads will be build. (1:56 6) (9after living through the downtown midtown debacle)) runs:03 del. chris jones constantly refers to the hard lessons of the elizabeth river crossings would have to add new capacity and then only tow that new capacity)) runs: 06 delegate jones bill would allow only tolling on new lanes constructed. like on the high rise
remain free state senator bill desteph does not agree with that. he wants the general assembly to approve all new tolling (12;42 25) bd ((as we said no tolls will be put on any lanes unless it comes through the general assembly)) runs: 04 del jones and secretary of transportation aubrey layne argued that effectively kills public private partnerships. you would never get 140 elected officials to agree to tolls so the roads would never get built (15:40 28) ((you effectively kill the p3 process in the commonwealth )) runs:05 secretary layne offered up this. (18:48 33) ((no sir and i will let them speak for themselves if this is contingent on 140 people voting on a 3 process it would effectively kill it)) would not harm the p 3 process it would runs: 15
this is such a fundamental difference on the critical issue of building roads. the two sides are so far apart they set aside the bill cool off come back and try to get a compromise that will happen later this afternoon tonight at six, del. part of the story tonight at six. police arrested three more suspects new information in a portsmouth homicide investigation. three more suspects are in custody for the shooting death of a teenager. u-s marshals say they found rodderick britt, andre keel, and jalon trotter hiding out this morning in an atlanta apartment. the three are accused of killing 17-year-old jayzayvia hill in may on deep creek boulevard. two others were hurt in the shooting. the suspects were originally arrested for the crime last year. but, the original charges were nolle processed, and the suspects were released. the commonwealths attorney