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groundbreaking day. after decades of lawsuits and red tape, crews begin working on a new lifeline for the outer banks. and a local city calls out a candidate for mayor for what he told us! we'll hear from both sides about police officer staffing. first let's begin with that breaking news in california. deputies say a tree on the tracks caused a commuter train to derail last night. firefighters say 9 people were hurt; 4 have serious injuries. the sheriff's office said it was a miracle no one died. the front car of the train fell into a creek below. you can see in this video a train car is under water. crews worked overnight to pull that train car out of the creek. the train was traveling from san jose to stockton. officials said it was raining heavily during the accident. we'll be following that story throughout the morning. now it's time for a check of your weather and traffic. jen lewis is keeping an eye out on any problems
but first meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking another warm day. jeremy, is it time to hit the beach? ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: lots of sun. nice! highs will be in the low 70s. winds sw 8-12mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 50s. winds sw 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the mid 70s. winds sw 8-12mph. high pressure is in control of our weather for the next few days. it will be nice and warm. we'll see lots of sunshine with highs in the 70s. by saturday night the next weather system will move into the region. we'll see scattered showers saturday night into sunday. temps will come down a bit in the 60s by sunday. next weekend we turn the clocks forward 1 hour. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
happening today a major milestone on the outer banks - north carolina officials will break ground to replace the crumbling bonner bridge in dare county. crews built the current bridge, crossing the oregon inlet, in 19-63. it was expected to last only 30 years, but budget concerns and legal issues kept
rico bush joins us this morning in the studio with more on the the project 10 on your side has covered for years. rico. after years of fighting with environmental groups over the project, n-c-dot plans to finally move forward on a new span. these are pictures of the bonner bridge being built more than 50 years ago. for years, dare county officials spent millions repairing and maintaining the bridge due to decades of delays on a replacement. environmental groups, worried about the project's impact on wildlife, challenged the state in court and prevented it from moving forward on a new one. the groups eventually reached a settlement, giving the state a green light to replace the decaying structure. c0007 - governor pat future generations, is going to be a great attribute of connecting not only our two states, but the entire atlantic coast. 3340 here's a computer rendering for the new bridge. officials say the 3-point- 5 mile bridge,
million dollars should open in 20-18. it is expected to last for 100 years. crews will demolish the current bridge a year later in 20-19. rico bush, 10 on your side. today military leaders will visit our area. the deputy secretary of defense robert work and his israeli counterpart will tour a local ship. they'll speak with sailors aboard the norfolk-based u-s-s stout and see demonstrations involving ballistic missle defense technology. the trip is meant to build key u-s relationships and showcase national security interests. south korea says it will sanction north korean organizations in response to the north's warnings of a pre-emptive nuclear strike against the south and the u.s. :29-:42 they have threatened nuclear attack before, but the farther north korea progresses in its development of nuclear weapons and delivery mechanisms- like its advanced rockets- the more serious those threats become and the more seriously everybody else needs to take them in response to north
korean government says it will ban ships from north korea's port. south koreans are banned from doing any financial transactions with any of the individuals or organizations on the sanction list. the south korean sanction list includes about 40 individuals and up to 36 differernt organizations which are mostly north korean. the justice department pushes back to get apple's help. find out the latest this morning in the fight between national security and your privacy. plus verizon faces a fine for selling your information without permission. we'll tell you how they got it. and a twist in wesley hadsell's sentencing. why he'll have to wait longer
highs will be in the mid 70s. winds sw 8-12mph. high pressure is in control of our weather for the next few days. it will be nice and warm. we'll see lots of sunshine with highs in the 70s. by saturday night the next weather system will move into the region. we'll see scattered showers saturday night into sunday. temps will come down a bit in the 60s by sunday. next weekend we turn the clocks forward 1
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developing this morning, a war of words between the city of norfolk and a candidate for mayor. the city says sheriff bob mccabe's claims that the police department is underfunded, is not true. sheriff mccabe says the city isn't filling vacancies to save money. city spokeswoman lori crouch said its because officers are moving or retiring, and not because of lack of money. sot - sheriff bob mccabe, norfolk mayoral candidate - clip 1 6:25:07 we need to make sure we fully find our police department 6:25:11 so that they can address different things that are happening in our city. 6:25:15 the other two candidates running for mayor, andy protogyrou and kenny alexander, disagree with the sheriff. they said he's simply playing politics. sot - andy protogyrou, norfolk mayoral candidate politics that's what hes doing and hes doing it on the back of a tragedy. and its unfortuante. 6:37:25 phoner board/senator kenny alexander, norfolk mayoral candidate 17:04:51 community policing should be the
determine whether or nto additiaonal resources are needed the police cheif...the curretnt police chief should make that case known. norfolk residents will elect their next mayor on may 3. this morning two people are behind bars charged in the murder of a norfolk man. police found a man, shot, in the driver's seat of a minivan on kingston avenue over the weekend. that's in ocean view. 38-year-old robert knight, the third died at the hospital. police charged elisha hernandez and mondozer masters with second degree murder and attempted robbery. despite the arrests, people we talked did not feel better about their neighborhood. (sot) curtis rodarnel / tried to help victim good nieghborhood at least in the middle of nowhere or something." 15:41:37 police have not said which of the two men, or if both, shot knight. they also have not said what led up to the shooting. this morning wesley hadsell needs a new lawyer. a judge was supposed to
after he pleaded guilty to a federal weapons charge. a judge granted his attorney's request to withdraw from the case because of a conflict of interest. according to court documents, federal public defender represents another peron's interests that go against hadsell's. specifically this person could become a potential witness against hadsell if he is prosecuted in with a crime in his adoptive daughter's case. police found aj hadsell's remains last year, after she was missing for a few weeks. the fight between national security and your privacy is developing this morning. the justice department appealed a recent ruling that said apple could not be forced to help the government access a locked i-phone. the appeal is over a routine drug case in new york. the f-b-i says it also needs the company's to open the phone of the suspected san bernardino terrorist. a judge there ordered the company to create software to break into the encrypted phone. apple opposed the government's request. the government's response
verizon will have to pay a hefty fine to the fcc for tracking customers' information. verizon must pay $1-point-4 million dollars for a program called supercookie. supercookie is an ad targeting technology that tracks which websites verizon customers visit, then delivers targeted ads to their devices. for a while, the company was implementing tracking technology without customer's knowledge and did not provide the option of opting out. the fcc now requires verzion to secure an explicit yes to opt into the technology going forward. a federal judge in oklahoma sentenced a former missonary 40 years in prison for sexually abusing children at an orphanage in kenya. 21 year old matthew lane durham sexually abusing orphans in nairobi between april and june 2014. the judge called these crimes disgusting and henious. a jury convicted durham in june of seven counts of abuse.
$55 million dollars in her lawsuit against the stalker who secretly recorded her in her hotel room, and the company that owned the hotel. :43-:57 erin andrews - girls... high school, college... they tweet me and they say i want to be erin andrews except for the marriott stalker thing. and i cant control that. after several days of testimony, the jury only took a few hours make their decision. andrews originally sued the nashville marriot hotel and michael barret for $75 million dollars for emotional distress after a video of her undressing in her hotel room went viral 8 years ago. michael barret, andrew's stalker has already served two-and half years in jail for admitting to recording and stalking andrews on three separate ocassions. severe weather slammed parts of north texas late last night. in one town, residents think a tornado may have touched down.
is scattered around the town of cool, several miles west of fort worth. rescue crews pulled a man from a house that had collapsed. there have been no reports of injuries. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: lots of sun. nice! highs will be in the low 70s. winds sw 8-12mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 50s. winds sw 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the mid 70s. winds sw 8-12mph. high pressure is in control of our weather for the next few days. it will be nice and warm. we'll see lots of sunshine with highs in the 70s. by saturday night the next weather system will move into the region. we'll see scattered showers saturday night into sunday. temps will come down a bit in the 60s by sunday. next weekend we turn the clocks forward 1
traffic now. this morning, a man in south carolina faces several charges after he led police on a wild chase! check out this video from oconee county, just west of greenville. with the hood of his car blocking his view, the suspect eluded police and drover over spike strips before officers finally took him into custody. investigators say the man stole items from
its not everyday you see a naked woman dancing on top of an 18-wheeler on the interstate. that's exactly what happened during the morning commute in houston yesterday. police got a report of a crash involving a pedestrian. authorities still aren't sure why she undressed, or how she's connected to the big rig. the woman danced for about two hours until authorities got her down and arrested her. good news, decades in the making. 10 on your side's rico bush previews a new lifeline for the outer banks. plus voters head to the polls in four states. find out what's up for
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it's decision day for four states holding primaries and caucuses today. voters will head to the polls in michigan, mississippi, and idaho for primaries, and hawaii will host a republican caucus today. this is a chance for republican donald trump to take a bigger delegate lead over his closest competitor, ted cruz. they are currently separated by less
is also a chance for democrat bernie sanders to prove he can beat hillary clinton in a key state like michigan. however the polls show clinton with a 17-point advantage. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg says he will not run for president. after months of considering a presidential bid as an independent, the billionaire media mogal said a third party candidate could lead to a deadlock in the electoral college. bloomberg said that could lead to the election of candidates donald trump or ted cruz. now to the renewed contoversy over hillary clinton's e-mails. this morning, several senate lawmakers are renewing their request to question the state department staffer who helped set up clinton's private e-mail account. republicans want bryan pagliano to appear to discuss the server. pagliano has previously invoked his 5th amendment right in declining to answer any questions. last week, the justice department granted pagliano immunity for information about the case. investigators are probing whether or not mrs. clinton compromised
security by sending and receiving top secret e-mails from her personal account. happening today - a major milestone on the outer banks decades in the making. we'll have a preview of the big groundbreaking at the bonner bridge. plus, dozens of people in hampton roads will get a new home today. details behind the special ceremony on a brand new housing complex. and attracting more visitors to the area. how the governor is helping fund events like the holiday lights. thanks for joining us, i'm katie collett. and i'm don roberts. let's start with a look at today's beautiful forecast. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking sunshine and warm temperatures. jeremy it's going to be a great day to be outside. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: lots
be in the low 70s. winds sw 8-12mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 50s. winds sw 5-10mph. wednesday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the mid 70s. winds sw 8-12mph. high pressure is in control of our weather for the next few days. it will be nice and warm. we'll see lots of sunshine with highs in the 70s. by saturday night the next weather system will move into the region. we'll see scattered showers saturday night into sunday. temps will come down a bit in the 60s by sunday. next weekend we turn the clocks forward 1 hour. good morning, hampton roads. let's check