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he's not is not impressed with gop front runner. mark your calendar. well tell you when work will begin for a outerbanks. follow-up invovling a fiery train derailment in lynchburg. find out what caused it. hello everyone and thanks for joining us this midday. i'm katie collett. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. it's sunny now, but that won't last. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking a wintry mix heading for our area. let's get right to his updated super doppler 10 forecast. hello jeremy. tracking a wintry mix heading for our area. let's get right to his updated super doppler 10 chilly. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds
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ne 10-20mph. friday: rain/snow mix in the morning. then mostly cloudy and windy. little to no accumulations, but some light accumulations possible north/west of hampton roads. highs will be in the low/mid 40s. winds north 15-25mph with gusts up to 40mph. things will be quiet today as high pressure is in control. it will be chilly. by tonight an area of low pressure and an upper level disturbance will move into the region from the west. we'll see moisture ahead of the system create a rain/snow mix tonight. temps will be near or above freezing. so little to no accumulations are expected. by tomorrow morning the low will move just to our south. the rain/snow mix will
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some light accumulations north and west of hampton roads as the temperatures there will be colder, but the higher new at midday, a former republican presidential nominee is weighing in on the election. former governor mitt romney gave a speech today urging republicans to shun donald trump. he's the latest member of the g-o-p to come out against trump. feeds romeny speech 11:35:13 - 11:35:21 plainly, if we republicans choose donald trump as our nominee the prospect for a safe and prospourus deminished. notes from romney's speech revealed he'll call trump a "phony" who must be defeated. romney also writes trump's campaign promises "are as worthless as a degree from trump university," saying trump does not have the qualities to be president. romney is supposed to speak soon at the university of utah. we'll take you there live
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we told you this week congressman scott rigell came out against donald trump with a scathing letter. he spoke with anderson cooper last night about why he's against the presidential judgment as a businessman, as a father, husband, and public servant. everything i have learned in life says that donald trump is -- he would harm -- i truly believe he would harm our country. --butted to-- republican voters have got a reason to be upset and angry that i'm submitting to them that the solution is not donald trump you can read congressman rigell's letter right now on wavy dot com. the g-o-p fallout of trump could come up during tonight's presidential candidate debate. all the candidates will be there except doctor ben carson. yesterday we told you he said he's not ready to quit, but his campaign is showing signs of slowing down. he has no public events scheduled after a speech tomorrow. meanwhile, senators ted cruz and marko rubio are trying beat donald trump.
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:25-:29) "everyone get together so we can keep this frontrunner from winning and destroying the republican party." butt to (sot: michael steele/ why is he winning?" presidential candidate john kasich predicts there could be a contested republican convention. you can watch the debate tonight at nine on fox news. a former city worker hopes to take control of portsmouth this november. sources tell 10 on your side, former city manager john rowe will challenge mayor kenny wright. back in january we told you rowe was considering a run. he resigned from his role as interim city manager last year, the same night council fired former city attorney george willson. new at midday oppents of light rail in virginia beach say they've got enough signatures to add a measure on the november ballot. city treasurer john atkinson says his team collected at least four thousand signatures on super tuesday. he says in total he has about 21 thousand singatures, which surpases the 16,500 signatures to put a
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ballot. voters in virginia could see the question, "should city council of virginia beach spend local funds to extend light rail from noroflk to town center in virginia beach?" atkinson says he's going to file the paper work soon. new at midday, police in construction workers helped catch a burglary suspect. officers arrested 18-year-old tyrell slaughter yesterday morning. investigators say a construction crew arrived at a house they were working on along chimney creek drive, and found the suspect inside. the workers chased slaughter and held him until police arrived. he's currently in jail without bond, charged larceny. new at midday, we're looking into an accident involving a chesapeake police car. officers tell us paramedics took both the officer and a passenger in another vehicle to the hosptial. they are expected to be okay. the crash happened earlier this morning on moses grandy trail and millville road. police say the officer was not responding to a call when the crash happened. we're working
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caused the accident and if any charges will be filed. this midday, we're working to find out more information from currituck county fire officials about this fire from last night. witnesses sent us this video and told 10 on your side a barn or garage caught fire on caratoke highway near south currituck road. that's near the town of maple. we'll let you know when we get more details. norfolk police are trying to solve a undetermined death in ocean view. detectives say they got a call around 7:00 last night to a home on west ocean view avenue on willoughby spit. the call came in for someone who needed medical attention. a police spokesman says they're making sure there's no foul play involved. we'll update more. officers in norfolk are looking for one man who driver overnight. officers say it happened around 1:00 this morning on picadilly street. that's off norview avenue and north military highway. the victim told police a man approached him
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the driver was not hurt. call the crime line if you have any details. police in newport news are looking into two shootings overnight. investigators say the first happened around 12:30 this morning on jefferson avene near langley avenue. that's just north of harpersville road. police say someone shot a 50-year-old man in the thigh. paramedics took him to the hospital. he should recover. the victim told police he was outside, heard gunshots in the area, and then a bullet hit him in the leg. a few minutes later, 34-year-old man, walked into riverside regional say someone shot him several times in the chest and stomach. he's in critical condition this morning. police say the two shootings are related. call the crime anything. heads up if you live on the outer banks, put march 8th on your calendar! north carolina governor pat mccrory just announced the date for the groundbreaking of the new bonner bridge.
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ceremony on the south side of the bridge, tuesday at 10:00 in the morning. these are pictures of the bonner bridge being built more than 50 years ago. a lot of folks are excited about the new span. 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 to only last 30 years. n-c-d-o-t says the new bridge will be finished by 20-18 and the old bridge will be demolished in 20-19. today there's a career fair designed to help young people get jobs. the youth career center of hampton roads will host an event tonight. it's free for people ages 16 to 24 to get a leg up on jobs and volunteer opportunities. more than 50 companies and agencies will be on hand. just head to pembroke mall in virginia beach between 5 and 7 tonight. right now the trial is underway for a woman accused of stealing
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of dollars from her employer. chesapeake police say mandi flowers worked for people's auction company until her bosses fired her in 2015. the owner says she changed the books to hide the thefts. flowers attorney told us, she's done nothing wrong. look for what happens in court later today starting on wavy news 10 at 4. new at midday, we have a follow-up to a train derailment in lynchburg. remember when three oil tankers crashed into the james river, sparking a fire? a federal report found a broken rail was likely to blame for the derailment almost two years ago. no one got hurt, but the cars dumped almost 30-thousand gallons of crude oil into the river. now to a follow-up involving a deadly suspected hit and run on the eastern shore. state police say last year a tour bus hit and killed brice sauver along route 13 infront of the perdue factory. today we obtained a lawsuit filed by sauver's family. they're
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bus company for 15 million dollars. troopers say the victim was trying to cross the road when the bus driver hit him. state police says the driver, jihna chen, stopped the bus but did not find anything and left the scene. chen faced a charge of not stopping after an accident with injuries. still ahead - you helped raise thousands for a local tornado victim. up next we'll take you to the benefit concert. demolished. part of norfolk's skyline is knocked down. hear how it will help improve downtown. back on home soil. we'll show you the reunion between astronaut scott kelly and his twin brother. plus - a gun smash and grab all caught on video. we'll show you how criminals stole dozens of guns. and the clouds are filling up the skies this afternoon. meteorologist jeremy wheeler will be back with his full forecast about
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way. the church pews were full last night at a concert meant to help one of the waverly tornado victims. dollars for trenika stringfield at olive branch baptist church in suffolk. stringfield lost her son, brother, and boyfriend in last week's deadly storm. she came out last night with her father - who's a minister at the church. dancers, singers and musicians performed for free. stringfield told 10 on your side the support is helping her get through. c72 trenika stringfield from package c72 21:03 this is what i need right now my spirit really allowing things to happen that will draw us closer together sometimes it takes things to happen, that we might come together." last night's attendees were members from a number of churches in the area. if you'd like to donate to help trenika, look for
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it's been more than a week since a deadly torando ripped through the town of waverly. the cleanup process has been underway for a few days now. the streets - once covered in debris, are now clear-- as crews pick up the last of the damage. while many are beginning to rebuild - one business owner tells us: the process with insurance will be lengthy. "13:40:23 im losing business, i'm probably losing customers i might frustrating. 13:40:33 starting over again is going to be hard.13:40:36 governor mcaulliffe said last week-- it will take about a month before the state can reimbursement. it's too early to tell if the threshold. pieces of plane debris from off the coast of mozambique could lead to answers about missing malaysia airlines flight 370. the airliner disappeared almost exactly two-years-ago on march 8th, 2014. since then there have been several pieces of plane debris found
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to the missing flight. (:48-:1:03) immediately we can start discussing on the details of recovering the debris. so we would like to get hold of the debris as soon as possible - that's why we are working with australia the wreckage washed ashore and was discovered by american blaine gibson after he chartered a boat for a weekend up the coast of mozambique. families of the missing mh370 passengers say they do not believe the debris is related to the missing plane. after almost one year in space astronaut scott kelly is back on earth. scott kelly was greeted this morning by family -- including his twin brother mark. he was also greeted by vice president joe biden's wife, jill. she welcomed him with a beer and some apple pie. . (:06:20-0:22) when i left here in february, i don't even know what day it was in february, i was
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am 52, but it feels great, it's great to be back in texas on u.s. soil. kelly spent 340 days in the international space station more than any other american astronaut to date. he will be tested by nasa to gather any helpful information that can be used for future missions. ( weather anim - with track) rest of today: increasing clouds. chilly. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north/east 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. rain developing with some snow mixing in. especially north of the metro area. lows will be in mid-upper 30s. winds ne 10-20mph. friday: rain/snow mix in the morning. then mostly cloudy and windy in the afternoon. little to no accumulations, but some light accumulations possible north/west of hampton roads. highs will
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winds north 15-25mph with gusts up to 40mph. things will be quiet today as high pressure is area of low pressure and level disturbance will move into the region from the west. we'll see moisture ahead of the system create a rain/snow mix tonight. temps will be near or above freezing. so little to no accumulations are expected. by tomorrow morning the low will move just south of us. the rain/snow mix will continue. we could see some light accumulations north and west of hampton roads as the temperatures there will be colder, but the higher amounts of accumulations will be up towards richmond with 2-4 expected there. heavy rain will be possible friday morning as well. we could see some localized flooding. the system will move out to sea by friday afternoon, but there will be strong winds behind it out of the northeast. winds will gust up to 40mph near the shore. the system will move so fast that tidal
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be a big problem, but nuisance tidal flooding will be possible. we'll be cool and quiet on saturday with highs in the 40s. highs in the 50s isolated shower possible. nice warmer temps will be coming in for most of next week. stay tuned for
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up next on midday - today marks 25 years since a police beating rocked our country. ahead we'll explain what happened after the rodney king beating. plus - the great escape. find out what led to this police horse many people clean their dentures with toothpaste or plain water. and even though their dentures look clean, in reality they're not. if a denture were to be put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists on the denture, and that bacteria multiplies very rapidly. that's why dentists recommend cleaning with polident everyday. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria. for a cleaner, fresher,
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this midday police in texas are trying to track down dozens of stolen
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the crime was all caught on video. check this out. a pick-up truck yanked the doors off of a gun store in houston and a group of thieves went inside. you can see the suspects then smashed display cases and stole handguns and rifles. police say the crooks got away with more than 50 guns. investigators are offering a five thousand dollar reward for information leading to arrests. this midday a police horse is back with the force after getting spooked in new york city. officers say a lound noise scared the police horse named "gunny." he threw the mounted officer and ran through times square during rush hour yesterday. officers found him at a nearby parking garage where the mounted police usually hang out during their breaks. the police officer who was riding gunny went to the hospital and is expected to recover. as for the horse, he's doing okay, but damaged three cars during his escape. puppies, puppies everywhere! the owners
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retrievers in north carolina may have set a state record after their dogs had a liter of 17 puppies! the owners couldn't believe how many new dogs suddenly multiplied in their kinston home. so they started researching to see if they broke the record. turns out, the world record for lab puppies is 19. the state record in north carolina is 16. :28 - 52 runs 24 seconds s/lina emory/dog owner "i've never heard of any labs having a litter that size so i knew it had to be a little bit rare or uncommon, i started googling and i guess the record for akc registered labs..the world record for litter size is 19. and wow we came pretty close and guess the state record is about 16, so not bad for their first time (laughs)" the owners say the plan to keep at least one puppy, but will sell the rest to good homes across north carolina.
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katie collett. 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... rest of today: increasing clouds. chilly. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north/east 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. rain developing with some snow mixing in. especially north of the metro area. lows will be in mid-upper 30s. winds ne 10-20mph. friday: rain/snow mix in the morning. then mostly cloudy and windy in the afternoon. little to no accumulations, but some light accumulations possible north/west of hampton roads. highs will be in the low/mid 40s. winds north 15-25mph with gusts up to 40mph. things will be quiet today as high pressure is in control. it will be chilly as clouds increase. by tonight an area of low pressure and moisture ahead of the system create a rain/snow mix tonight. temps will
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freezing. so little to no accumulations are expected. by tomorrow morning the low will move just south of us. the rain/snow mix will continue. we could see some light accumulations north and west of hampton roads as the temperatures there will be colder, but the higher amounts of accumulations will be up towards richmond with 2-4 expected there. heavy rain will be possible friday morning as well. we could see some localized flooding. the system will move out to sea by friday afternoon, but there will be strong winds behind it out of the northeast. winds will gust up to 40mph near the shore. the system will move so fast that tidal flooding doesn't look to be a big problem, but nuisance tidal flooding will be possible. we'll it's official - the old circuit courthouse in norfolk is history. nats of demolition we showed you the begining of the demolition live on wavy news 10 on fox43 this morning. crews
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building to make room for a new civic plaza. renovations include raising the plaza to prevent flooding, making more public open space, and extending main street to create a new public drop off area. the city says demolishing the 50- year-old building marks a big step forward in improving the city's downtown area. sot lori crouch - norfolk city spokeswoman clip 33 1:12:17-1:12:36 "we needed a new court house. our courthouses were over 50 years old. they were outdated. they were not places where people wanted to come and get a mariage license or a court room. they were not just comfortable places anymore ." crews are expected to complete the demo in 8 weeks city officials say the rubble will be recycled and used for other road projects throughout the city. in hampton, a high rise is set to come down next sunday, march 13th. crews will demolish the lincoln park apartment tower. the 46-year-old building has been closed for two
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crews will haul away the wreckage to make room for a new housing community that should to be ready to open for residents in 20-19. a townhouse in virginia beach -- will soon be a community gathering place. city council has approved plans to build "the spot" in the lake edward neighborhood. planners hope it can be where children come for mentoring and tutoring. neighbors tell us-- they were concerned about security, which city officials say they've addressed. sot - tanya shadley , neighbor - clip 21 5:32:02 we're very concnered about how much traffic comes in and out and if people are just hanging out you dont want the neighborhood looking like that. clip 1 5:20:35 security was very important. to me they needed to have cameras in and outside and they promised to have that. 5:20:44 only councilman jim wood voted against "the spot" tuesday night. he told us, he didn't think it was a good idea of residential space. this midday the families of two virginia college
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and killed, have closure. as expected -- jesse matthew junior admitted: he abducted and killed hannah graham and morgan harrington. it's been a long time coming for their families. c0029- 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." (butt) gil harrington - victim's mother 1344 "the finality and accountability that has been achieved today with this plea agreement, will allow our family to redirect energy into healing and recovery 1400 both families spoke outside albemarle county court. police arrested matthew after 18- year-old u-v-a student hannah graham disappeared in 20-14. investigators found her body a month later. from there, police connected him to the murder of morgan harrington -- the virginia tech student who vanished in 2009. he was also convicted of a sexual assault in fairfax county -- for
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life in prison. he took a plea deal which helped him avoid the death penalty. matthew will serve four consecutive life sentences. a follow-up now to that deadly marina fire in middlesex county monday. state police say the victims are 75-year- old francis blantz and 65-year-old julia blantz. the victims were living on their boat while their home was under renovation. about 20 boats were destroyed. police are investigating the fire as arson. today marks 25 years since the rodney king beating in california. a video camera was rolling when los angeles officers started hitting king. it was a controversial arrest that shaped u-s history. police released king, who was black, two days later without being charged. a year later four white police officers were aquitted of criminal charges in the beating. that led to violent riots around southern california.
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fired the texas trooper who arrested sandra bland. trooper brian encinia arrested sandra bland during a traffic stop last year. after bland was arrested, jail workers found her dead in a cell three days later. no one was indicted in bland's death, but a grand jury did not believe trooper encinia's claims on why he removed bland from her vehicle. encinia faces perjury charges. officials began the process of firing encinia when the decision was final. he has the right to appeal tuesday's decision. the mourning for 28-year-old officer ashley guindon continues as a her body was flown to her home in massachusetts. officer guindon was killed, saturday, on her first day in the field. she was responding to a domestic violence call in woodbridge. she was shot by suspect ronald hamilton, who was accused of shooting his wife crystal the same day. currently, hamilton is being held without bail and faces multiple charges including capital
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the smoke still hasn't cleared on e- cigarettes the devices were officially banned today on flights going in and out of the u.s.. transporation secretary anthony foxx says the department wants to clarify any confusion about smoking. currently, e-cigarettes are under the same restrictions as tobacco cigarettes. the transportation department says it's attempting to limit passengers' exposure to harmful chemicals. the kids are bouncing off the walls at home, and they want to go bouncing somewhere else - a trampoline park. but is it safe? since the beginning of the year, two more trampoline parks have opened in hampton roads. but there's controversy over just how safe they really are. a leading local pediatrician is warning against trampoline parks. a park manager says safety is his first priority. and then there's the thirteen-year-old with a severe fracture. investigative reporter
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into the parks and what doctors are saying about this growing trend. jonathan allen is hoping to rebound. in late december he couldn't wait to get through the doors at cloud9 trampoline park in chesapeake. c 1 7:48 jonathan allen trampoline park visitor -- i was like come on, let's jump let's jump! after he and his church group tried the foam pit, an obstacle course, and dodge ball, it was time for a relay race. but trampoline park visitor -- all i just heard was a crack and i looked at my leg and i was like, oh my god instead of landing on a trampoline, he had landed on the padded steel framework between the trampolines. c 19 26;33 martina allen older sister -- once i got to him i was just trying to calm him down, because you know, it's my little brother, my youngest brother. soon he was in the back of an ambulance, with fractures to his tibia and fibula, on the way to the king's daughters. her children are grown,
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and wanting to go jump... c 1 8:01 dr faiqa qureshi chkd emergency medicine -- i wouldn't. qureshi says jonathan's leg fracture is typical of what she sees from trampoline injuries. c 1 00:55 dr faiqa qureshi chkd emergency medicine -- broken bones, lower extremity and upper extremity, elbow injuries c 1 1;37 dr faiqa qureshi chkd emergency medicine -- it might be better than sitting and playing a video game for three and four hours, but there are other safer things to do c 1 3:03 gavin grissom general manager cloud9 trampoline park -- let me tell you safety is absolutely our highest priority gavin grissom manages cloud9. he say his staff is focused on safe jumping and safe equipment. c 1 3:21 gavin grissom general manager cloud9 trampoline park -- they know the rules. they know the things to look for when they're working out on the jump floor trampoline parks have an association, but they regulate themselves. association guidelines for staff supervision call for a ratio of one staff member to every 32 participants. grissom says cloud9 strives for one to 20. there's no doubt the parks are soaring in popularity, but grissom
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visitor totals since cloud9 opened in the fall of 2013... c 1 6:51 gavin grissom general manager cloud9 trampoline park -- we've had tens of thousands upon tens of thousands of people who come through the door grissom says his injury rate is less than one half of one percent. we showed qureshi the ambulance reports from cloud9. the records we got from chesapeake ems show an average of two ambulance calls to the park each month. some involve injuries to children as young as two and three. the american academy of pediatrics says they're the ones at greatest be used for kids under six. that is one of their recommendations. so already the twos and three should not be on it. cloud9 told us in general that minimum age requirement has not applied to the indoor trampoline industry, and says its own rule requires children 6 & younger to have an adult with them at all times. grissom
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the equipment daily, and he conducts additional inspections weekly, monthly and quarterly. if participants are reckless, they get bounced. c 1 10:56 gavin grissom general manager cloud9 trampoline park -- we have the authority to eject them if necessary.because the point it we want them to be safe and we want everyone around them to be safe jonathan allen is hoping for a full recovery so he can get back into martial arts and drumming for the trampoline parks. c 19 29:50 martina allen older sister -- we don't want you to be put out of business, we want you to have more business, but we don't want people to cause anything could happen we want to thank cloud9 management, it was the only park we contacted that was willing to answer our questions. nine weeks after the fracture, jonathan allen still has that bracket on his leg, and his family is still deciding whether or not to sue. we put more information on wavy dot com. and in case you missed one of our special reports, you can find
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our website. still ahead on midday- a warning about those popular quizzes online. why you should think twice about clicking on one. plus - a danger for dog owners. find out what
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i-c-u we have a warning for those popular quizzes on social media. they may seem harmless, but hackers are using them to steal your personal information. cyber security experts
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for a reason. once you allow a website to get your information, hackers can then use your account to lure in more victims. one expert says hackers use this for one thing: money. (sot: sri sridharan, cyber security expert) "it seems harmless but you never know who's really asking you for that information." cyber security experts say hackers will use quizzes to disguise malicious links. some will even connect to your facebook account to extract data or even trick you into downloading malware. even questions in a quiz could be a trick to get more information from you. (sot: sri sridharan, cyber security expert) "the more they know about you, the more ways they can trick you into doing something like clicking on a link you should not click on." so how can you be safe? experts say to be cautious of quizzes and polls that want you to sign in. don't click on links just because a friend posted it and only participate in quizzes from reputable sources
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your data. we have a 10 on your side recall alert for a popular valentine's day gift. if you or your loved one bought this "love today" mug from target listen up. the u-s consumer product safety commission says the ceramic coffee mugs were mislabed as being microwave safe. it turns out the lettering on the cups are metallic and can spark when heated in a microwave. that poses a serious fire risk. these mugs were sold exclusively at target stores. if you have one you can return it to the store for a full refund. dog owners, you probably know chocolate is poisonous to your pups, but a family in arizona found gum could pose a more dangerous threat. it's because of xylitol. that's a common sweetener found in some gums. the family's lab named "dancer" recently found a container of gum in her owner's gym bag. the family says the dog ate about 25 to 30 pieces and figured she'd just have a bad stomach ache. what
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was much worse. (sot: jeni hargrove connor, dog owner) "she tried to walk and would fall over." butt to (sot: jeni this was on my girl's laps while they were holding her." dancer's vet says her blood sugar dropped to a dangerously low level. the dog spent two days in the i-c-u. vets say when dogs have xylitol posioning they'll also suffer liver failure. dancer's family wanted to share their own message to make sure other dog owners were aware of the dangers. (sot: jeni hargrove connor, dog owner) "xylitol is extremely lethal, or extremely toxic to dogs." butt to (sot: jeni hargrove connor, dog owner) "we felt like we didn't keep cabinets locked, you medicines up, you keep bleaches and poisons away from your kids and really the same thing needs to be done if you're going to take on the responsibility of having a dog." the good news is dancer got better. two weeks later she's still on medication, but she's getting back to her old self.
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are teaming up to fight illegal wildlife trafficking. google, ebay, and jetblue are among 13 companies that are joining the coalition. the u-s wildlife trafficking alliance says the businesses will use their areas of expertise and influence in different ways. for example jet-blue plans to educate passengers heading to trafficking hot- spots like latin america. e-bay and google are boosting efforts to stop people from selling illegal products online. one lawmaker said poaching wildlife parts is a multi-billion dollar industry with ties to funding terrorism. (weather anim - with track) rest of today: increasing clouds. chilly. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north/east 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. rain developing with some snow mixing in. especially north of the metro area. lows will be in mid-upper 30s. winds ne 10-20mph. friday: rain/snow mix in the morning. then mostly cloudy and windy in the afternoon. little to no accumulations, but some light accumulations possible north/west of
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be in the low/mid 40s. winds north 15-25mph with gusts up to 40mph. things will be quiet today as high pressure is area of low pressure and an upper level disturbance will move into the region from the west. we'll see moisture ahead of the system create a rain/snow mix tonight. temps will be near or above freezing. so little to no accumulations are expected. by tomorrow morning the low will move just south of us. the rain/snow mix will continue. we could see some light accumulations north and west of hampton roads as the temperatures there will be colder, but the higher amounts of accumulations will be up towards richmond with 2-4 expected there. heavy rain will be possible friday morning as well. we could see some localized flooding. the system will move out to sea by friday afternoon, but there will be strong winds behind it out of the northeast. winds will
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shore. the system will move so fast that tidal flooding doesn't look to be a big problem, but nuisance tidal flooding will be possible. we'll be cool and quiet on saturday with highs in the 40s. highs in the 50s on sunday with an next week. stay tuned for
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we're back with a rare find. a family in los angeles was cleaning out a deceased relative's home, when they came across major league baseball cards from the early 1900's. take a look. apparently the family's great grandfather was a collector. inside an old worn paper bag were seven rare baseball cards of hall of fame outfielder ty cobb. cobb played most of his 24 seasons for the detroit tigers and was inducted into the major league baseball hall of fame during its first year along with babe ruth. experts cerified the cards as authentic and believe they were printed sometime between 1909 and 1911. the cars are valued in the seven figure range. here's another cool sight you don't have to travel far to see. these are pictures from a new display opening saturday at norfolk botanical garden. it's called lantern-asia.
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pictures of some of the asian lantern works that are in the garden. there are dragons, waterfalls, fish, and even flamingoes. the exhibit has been in beijing, sydney and rotterdam. now its in norfolk from saturday to april 30th. you can also see a preview on our dot com. thank you for watching
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>> kayla: are the handcuffs really necessary? i'd like to speak to my husband privately. how did you do last night? >> steve: i laid awake all night, worrying abt you and joe. >> kayla: joey and i didn't sleep very well, either. >> steve: how's he handling this? >> kayla: he told me the truth. i know that joey killed ava and i know that you are covering for him.

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