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city suspended him. what we're working to find out now. sanders, clinton, trump and cruz all celebrate wins this weekend. you'll hear from the candidates -- plus, what's next in decision 20-16. good sunday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra tate today: decreasing clouds
the upper 40s. wind: ne clouds mixed with brought just some isolated showers before sunrise. as the low continues to slide away takes over from that point (both at the itself over the east wind prevails at the surface. so, afternoon highs will be well above a cold front that moves in the from the north (back door cold front) by late
this morning, police are still looking for a suspect accused of shooting and killing a man in norfolk. it happened saturday afternoon, on kingston avenue between grove and beaumont streets. police say someone shot a 38-year-old man while he sat in the driver seat of a white van saturday afternoon. parademics rushed him to sentara norfolk general hospital, where he died. police say the person responsible may be in a small, gray or blue car with a lot of damage on the front end. 10 on your side went to the neighborhood where it happened...and people who live there tell us, they don't feel safe anymore. vanessa carter-west / neighbor c0032 1:31:03 "i was gonna go walking and show my route this road and back up to my apartment like i said i wont be doing that again." 1:31:15 " norfolk police haven't released the name of the man who died. if you see the car that matches the description we gave you -- police say in hampton - police are also looking for a
the victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries -- police haven't said today whether he's any better. investigators say they found him shot on nickerson boulevard around 3:30 saturday afternoon. they haven't released any suspect information. look for updates on wavy-dot-com. a woman drowned in a car after the driver drove into floodwater. it happened on a highway in california - about an hour north of sacramento. investigators say they had closed the highway because floodwaters are six feet deep in some areas. but a man drove around them -- and he and the woman in the passenger seat quickly went under. the driver was able to get out. but officers say the woman was underwater for about 15 minutes and drowned. sot s/wade harrison/olivehurst fire chief "water was six to eight feet deep by the said who the 48-year- old woman is. they also haven't said if they plan to charge the driver. an update to a story we
breaking news last night. the southampton county sheriffs office says they found 78-year-old mildred harris. authorities sent out an alert around 11 last night, saying she was missing. police cancelled the alert about an hour later, saying mildred had been recovered. 10 on your side has confirmed the portsmouth fire department suspended a firefighter for speaking out about staffing issues. a spokesperson for the local fire union confirms city manager lydia pettis patton made the decision. sources tell us rusty quillin was suspended for two days. quillin is president of the local fire union. he spoke to 10 on your side in november and december about staffing shortges. the fire union spokesman says they're currently seeking legal advice on what to do next. we've reached out to spokesperson for the city of portsmouth - we'll let you know when we hear back. we have a follow-up to a story we first brought to you friday night. take a look at this new video of a big paint
you can see dozens of blue and white buckets in the south hill community. fire investigators believe someone poured as many as 500-gallons of paint into the ditches there. yesterday, an environmental cleaning crew was called in to help. investigators say whoever dumped the paint may have been trying to use the buckets for scrap metal. so far, they haven't charged anyone. north carolina governor pat mccrory and democratic attorney general roy cooper are expected to face each other in the governor's race this fall - but they have to win their primary races march 15th. democrat ken spaulding and republican robert brawley are running tough primary campaigns. spaulding criticizes cooper for defending court election laws passed by state lawmakers. brawley is making interstate tolls a big issue for his campaign. in virginia -- republican state senator jill holtzman vogel says she's going to run lieutenant governor. the seat is up next year. vogel was re-elected to her third term in the state senate in november. she represents the city of winchester and areas nearby.
nominated for statewide office since 1989. the coast guard and virginia port authority hosted the 10th annual search and rescue forum. the event wrapped yesterday at the marina at the crown plaza in hampton. state and local safety agencies, first responders and their vessels were there for five days. they held exercises between the monitor-merrimac memorial bridge- tunnel and the hampton roads bridge tunnel. hampton university held an open discussion about domestic violence keynote speaker kemba smith pradia talked about being associated with the wrong crowd, including a four-year relationship with a major figure in a crack cocaine ring. pradia was sentenced to 24-and- a-half years in federal prison. she served 6 and a half years - she received clemency from president clinton. she's used her experience to educate people across the country. our very own anita blanton moderated the event yesterday. people went to the botanical gardens in norfolk for a unique
the garden hosted an event to open it's new exhibit called lantern asia. the exhibit turned the botanical gardens in to illumnating works of art, using lanterns. this is the first time something like this has come to virginia. more than two dozen artists from china came in january to start work on the project. the exhibit will stay open for the next two months. another big day for the presidential candidates. a recap of super saturday. plus, bison get out of their pen and run loose in wisconsin. why this did not end well for some of them. but up next, the funeral for a man allegedly murdered by a police officer. plus, the gesture his mother made towards the
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police officer has been laid to rest. hundreds of people honored 58-year-old greg gunn at his funeral in montgomery, alabama. before the service, family and friends went on a peaceful walk in honor of his life. people who knew gunn say he would have wanted that, instead of the violent outbursts seen in other cities. officer aaron smith is charged with murdering gunn. gunn's mother actually invited him to come to the funeral as a sign of peace. officer smith did not go. two men got shot because of an argument over basketball shoes. that's according to police in minnesota. witnesses say two people argued inside footlocker over some new air jordans. the fight went out into the parking lot and someone started shooting. police are still looking for the suspect - who ran away from the scene. police say both victims are going to recover. a woman is out of jail on bond -- after she allegedly drove through a campsite, running people over. it happened around two yesterday morning in a popular camping area near daytona international speedway. at least four
they were taken to the hopsital, but police haven't said how they are doing. 43-year-old abbie kinney is charged with d-u-i and reckless driving. a witness says she was no shape to drive. s/mos "she was trashed. i mean at first she didnt know where she was at and she came out of the truck stubbling or whatever, she didnt know where she was at" kinney is out of jail on a 5-thousand dollar bond. tension in north carolina, where the confederate flag is flying high above the capitol. and -- the candidates rake in more delagates. a look at who won what state on super saturday. meteorologist adlib wx
this morning - we have the results from another day of decision 2016 primaries and caucuses. donald trump is celebrating wins in two states. he took lousiana and kentucky. he congratulated ted cruz on his wins in maine and kansas. he then strongly suggested he wanted a one-on-one race with cruz, calling for marco rubio to drop out. s/donald trump (r) presidential candidate :14 "ted is at least said, oh do i want to run against just ted, that will be easy." trump is pushing for party unity. he says if he's the nominee, there could be a third-party candidate. he will take a break from the campaign trail today so he can go to a p-g-a tour event in miami.
cruz says he's pleased with the gains he is making in the race for delegates. cruz won by twenty five points in kansas. that's his biggest win of the campaign so far. he told a group of supporters in idaho that the win shows conservatives are coming together and getting behind his campaign. cruz says his momentum has been building over the past two weeks. s/sen. ted cruz (r) presidential candidate :19 "that is tremendously encouraging and i'll tell tuesday election results, the last 2 debates, together has been more and more unifying republicans behind our campaign and that is a very encouraging sign." today - puerto ricans will vote in the g-o-p primary. that's where florida senator marco rubio spent his time. puerto rico sends 20 delegates to the republican convention. three super delegates are already backing rubio. rubio told reporters despite his performance in the primaries so far, he says he is confident he
s/ sen. marco rubio/ (r-fl) presidential candidate :25 "we've continued to play the campaign because we understand that this is why i'm here tonight in puerto rico. that's why we're going to continue to campaign in florida. total. and the map only gets friendlier for us after tonight and after super tuesday. we knew that this would be the roughest period of the campaign given the makeup of the electoral map." reporters asked rubio about statehood for puerto rico. he says that was up to the citizens of the nation to vote on in the future. on the democratic side, senator bernie sanders picked up wins in two of the three states contested yesterday. sanders won in kansas and nebraska. he talked to reporters after a campaign event in detroit and said the wins show a clear path to victory. he also talked about how large voter turnouts, like in kansas, help his campaign. s/sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate :09 "but i think winning these states, but winning them
s/sen. bernie sanders/(d) people, energize people, bring them out. when that happens, we win." meanwhile, hillary clinton was also in detroit. she's celebrating a win in the lousiana primary. she congratulated senator sanders on his wins, and talked about the need for democrats to win this election. she once again bashed the republican deabte, and questioned the party's rhetoric. s/hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate :20 "today, democrats caucused and voted in louisiana, kansas, and nebraska. i want to congratulate senator sanders for running a strong campaign. i am thrilled we are adding to all eyes turn to michigan." democrats vote in michigan tuesday. maine's democratic caucus is
there will be a lot more coverage of the primary results on meet the press later this morning. also, chuck todd sits down mitt romney. he'll be talking about his speech on thursday attacking donald trump. actor kevin spacey is also on the show. he plays president on the netflix series "house of cards." he'll tlak about how the show mirrors today's politics. meet the press starts at 9, right after the today show. today: decreasing clouds & remains cool. highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne 5-10mph. tonight: mainly clear with lows in the mid 30s. wind: sw light. monday: high clouds mixed with sunshine. highs near 60 degrees. wind: sw 5-15mph. an area of low pressure brought just some isolated showers before sunrise. as the low continues to slide away
partly cloudy this afternoon. high pressure takes over from that point (both at the surface and in the upper levels). an upper level ridge of high pressure will anchor itself over the east coast for most of this upcoming week...leading to unseasonably warm temps as a southwesterly wind prevails at the surface. so, afternoon highs will be well above average...reaching the 70s by tuesday. next chance for showers will be with a cold front that moves in the from the north (back door cold front) by late
after th flying in lost power and crash landed. fortunately, the plane had a parachute, so the crash wasn't too hard. louis orbergh says he was trying to land his plane at the airport on long island...when his engine stalled. when he realized he wouldn't make the runway, he opened the parachute. the plane dropped to the ground next to an industrial building. nobody was hurt and orbergh says it could
close to that building? we got very lucky. very lucky." obergh says he and daughter were on their way back home from a trip to rhode island. officials say the plane came down about eight miles away from the airport. a farmer had to kill 10 of his bison -- to make sure they didn't hurt anyone. 17 bison had escape from their enclosure in wisconsin. the sheriff's office says it happened yesterday morning after a tree fell down and broke a hole in the fence. officers rounded up seven of the bison and gave them back to the farmer. but the rest were still on the loose, and they can be extremely dangerous to people. that's why the owner says he had to make a tough decision. s/tom pierson/bison owner :06 "we were fortunate to get seven of them back, which is a small miracle." three years ago, i ended up having to shoot those and
part was gut wrenching." deputies considered tranquilizing the animals, but they didn't have any strong enough to bring them down. the owner says he plans to donate the meat from the animals. living off the grid. you'll get a look at the home of a pro snowboarder who's choosing the simpler life. and, the navy officially gets a new submarine.
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good sunday morning, hanks for joining us, i'm lex gray and i'm meteorologist deitra tate today: decreasing clouds & remains cool. highs in light. monday: high clouds mixed with sunshine. highs near 60 degrees. wind: sw 5-15mph. an area slide away from our area, the sky will gradually point (both at the the east coast for most of this upcoming week...leading to unseasonably warm temps average...reaching the 70s by tuesday. next chance for showers will into friday. at x:xx -- we have more on a deadly shooting in drove away. it happened yesterday afternoon along kingston avenue between grove avenue and beaumont
at x:xx -- we have more on a deadly shooting in norfolk we told you about earlier. police say someone shot a 38-year-old man, and then drove away. it happened yesterday afternoon along kingston avenue between grove avenue and beaumont street. 10 on your side's matt gregory talked to people in the area.
from apollo desantos' house. a van driven by a 38 year old man crashed in to a wall. apollo desantos /lives across the street c0033 1:31:34 "i was at my neighbors didn't know is that someone shot the driver. apollo desantos /lives across the street c0033 1:31:45 "terrible, ive been here for about carter west. to find this scene down the gonna go walking and show my route to my friend and up to my apartment like i said i wont be doing that again." 1:31:15 " detectives scoured the scene. investigators blocked off the road to piece together what happened. vanessa carter-west / neighbor c0032 1:27:41 "god only knows what happened here today, danger, everyone else in fear." 1:27:49 as far as police can tell what happened. someone in a blue or gray small car pulled up and shot the driver of the white van. just like the van, police say that car has a bashed
you constantly have these pockets of trouble and avenue, it will be some 10 on your side's matt gregory reporting. police say if you see the grey or blue car neighbors feel safe on say if you see the grey or blue car with front end damage, call police. the people inside are considered armed and dangerous. the confederate flag flew over the north carolina state capitol in downtown raleigh yesterday. it was in honor of confederate flag day. in january - the sons of the confederate veterans requested the flag be flown to observe the holiday. its underneath the north carolina state flag on other days - including in honor of robert e. lee's birthday. people have vandalized several confederate monuments in
more than 100 people with sons of confederate veterans gathered in gettysburg to celebrate the flag and its heritage. but, there were also dozens of others who oppose it. the groups got into a heated argument at one point, but things eventually cooled down and the ceremony ended without any problems. the leader of the confederate group says it is okay for people to have different views on the flag. casteel says: "the opposition, they are what they are. they have made a decision to not agree don't think they are bad people, i just think that the symbol they choose to fly is a symbol has been used for white supremacy and for some people when they see that symbol, white supremacy is all they think about."
groups had the right to be on the property and express their first amendment rights. a group of college students led a silent protest against the removal of a confederate monument. they put cautiion tape around the memorial in savannah, georgia. police say students used chalk to write messages around the memorial. the students say the want to open up a discussion about not turning a blind-eye to history, no matter what message is opening a dialogue to talk about historic preservation, confederate monuments, and erasing history." s/erin ward/grad student :08 "so we were hoping that this would bring hopefully that's what it did." students say they have created social media accounts titled "erasing history" to destructive way, and created social media accounts titled "erasing history" to help spread their message. the navy is celebrating a new submarine. the virginia-class submarine uss washington was christened at the newport news shipyard saturday morning. it took more than a year a nearly 4- thousand workers to build it. vice admiral joseph
38.55.27 "it truly is a momentus day and it is my distinct pleasure to be with you this morning for the christening of this magnificant new submarine." the daughter of the secretary of the navy smashed the bottle of sparkling wine across the bow. a man accused of horrible crimes in the u-s is also accused of trying to join syrian rebels. who helped police catch him. plus, someone steals a fire truck and takes it on a destructive ride. a look at the damage. but up next -- this isn't the kind of home you'd expect for a pro athlete.
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was something that pushed me a lot" before living off stock market.... (sot: had everything to offer, feet... than he ever has before... (sot: mike billionaire up here because i have such a a ferry sinks...bringing four people with it. why tease a ferry sinks...bringing four people with it. why investigators are baffled by what happened. meteorologist adlib wx
an alabama man is in jail for allegedly raping his stepdaughter...and then trying to join syrian rebels. david pirritano is in the calhoun county jail, 20 years after he allegedly got his wife's daughter pregnant. police say when they started looking into the case, pirritano's wife helped him flee the country. pirritano got to croatia, and then allegedly told someone he was planning to go to syria to join the fight with the rebels. that man joined pirritano when he tried to leave croatia a few months ago. but at the border, he slipped a note to al sheriff larry amerson/calhoun county, al amerson says: "the gentleman from croatia there. and he gave the note in there saying essentially, 'hey, this guy with me, he's wanted.'"
faces several charges including rape. his wife also faces charges for wiring him money while he was in croatia. alabama lawmakers will consider a permanent punishment for convicted child sex offenders. republican state pepresentative steve hurst introduced a bill that would make it legal to surgically castrate sex offenders before they leave prison. hurst says the law would apply to offenders over the age of 21 who committed sex crimes against children under the age of 12. hurst says the law could deter other people from victimizing children. the bill would have to pass the judiciary committee, then go through alabama house and senate. we can show you video of an oil refinery on fire in texas. witnesses say they felt an expolsion before they saw the fire coming out of the refinery yesterday morning. orther people said they could see smoke from miles away. the refinery has its own team of fire fighters, who got it under control. one man suffered burns on his hands.
when a ferry turned over between bali and java in indonesia. someone took this video showing passengers jumping off the boat and into the sea as the boat sank. rescuers say they saved 71 people. investigators say the water was calm - so they're not yet sure why the boat flipped. someone stole a fire truck in northern ireland and started crashing it into things. police say someone got in the truck and drove it away from a fire station yesterday morning. by the time it was over, it ended up in someone's front yard. the truck was severely damaged and one street was filled with flipped cars and debris. police questioned two men for the alleged theft, but nobody has been arrested yet. hundreds of people showed up in portland, oregon to protest the jailing of ammon bundy, you may remember bundy was the leader of an armed protest at a wildlife refuge back in january. he and 24 others are facing felony charges for that and have all been in jail for more
supporters claim the occupiers didn't receive justice and were treated unfairly by the government. thousands in hondoras gathered to guide the body of an environmental activist to his grave. they are calling for justice in the case of berta caceres. gunmen broke into her home on thursday and shot her four times. she received the 2015 goldman envioronmental prize for her role in fighting a dam project. but that came with a price. caceras complained of death threats from police and the army in the past. her daughters says her mother was killed because
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finish a course that runs almost a-thousand miles across alaska. the race will take a few days to finish. a mother's tragedy became another woman's miracle. and yesterday, the two women finally met. christine ferrante's daughter, kaitlyn, died in a wrong-way crash two years ago. ferrante made the decision to donate her daughter's organs. julia de alvarado had a rare disease and was dying of heart failure. doctors gave her kaitlyn's heart in a transplant. yesterday, she met with christine and kaitlyn's sister so they could hear their loved ones heart again. s/christine ferrante/donated daughter's heart :07 "she is beating in ferrante/donated "she's there beating strong because that's what my daughter is. vibrant, vivacious, and pronounced dead before kaitlyn's heart arrived but now she is "more alive than ever." ferrante says she encourages everyone to consider
are ever faced with the situation. it's an annual tradition in the florida keys. conch noises dozens competed in the conch shell blowing contests. hundreds watched as the contestants tried to make music using conch shells. judges were looking for quality, duration, volume, and novelty of the sounds they made. when it was all over, corey fritz won the men's division and jayne challman won the women's competition. l/key west, florida :02 a norfolk southern train hits two people, killing one and seriously hurting the other. what
a deadly shooting in norfolk makes people in the area feel unsafe. you'll hear from them -- and get an update on the investigation. a firefighter shares his concerns with 10 on your side...and for that, the city suspended him. what we're working to find out now. sanders, clinton, trump and cruz all celebrate wins this weekend. you'll hear from the candidates -- plus, what's next in decision 20-16. good sunday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra tate today: decreasing clouds & remains cool. highs in light. monday: high
sky will gradually turn partly cloudy this afternoon. high pressure takes over from that will anchor itself over the east coast for most of this upcoming week...leading to be well above average...reaching the 70s by tuesday. next chance for showers will be with a cold front that moves in the from the north (back door cold front) by late