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because of a gas leak. here's a live look from the scene. the fire department tells us a contractor was digging and hit the gas line. nobody was hurt and nobody is being evacuated. however, the road will be closed for a few hours as crews work to fix the gas line. again, that's campostella, between diamond hill and battlefield boulevard. as soon as the road opens up, we'll let you know. developments in a story we first told you about as breaking news this morning on fox 43. two people are going to recover after they got hit by a car in norfolk. this happened at the intersection of north hampton boulevard and 26th street around 8:20 this morning. a jeep and a nissan crashed into each other at the intersection, and one of the cars hit a mother and a child standing on the corner. they were taken to the hospital to get checked out. police tell us one of the drivers will be charged in the accident, but investigators are still trying to figure out which one. as soon you know.
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outer banks. crews are starting work on the brand new bonner bridge. governor pat mccrory was at the groundbreaking ceremony this morning. and so was 10 on your side's erin kelly. erin, this is a start to a project several years in the making. the existing bridge is more than 50 years old -- some say standing on borrowed time. there was a big turnout. gov. mccrory told the crowd - "they said it wouldn't happen. it's happening today." the new bridge is designed to have a 100-year lifespan, expected to open in fall 2018. instead of 1 navigational span, the 3.5-mile project will have 7 spans. governor mccrory calls it a lifeline for hatteras island. governor pat mccrory - north carolina (r) public safety is the number one
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urgency to make this of celebration of something that took 20 years 2 long. but i'm very proud of my team that made this happen. in 2011, ncdot hired a contractor to design the new bridge. lawsuits from environmental groups stalled the project until a settlement was reached last year. i've been talking to residents here - and i'll explain what this your side. it sure is a beautiful day to get started on a project like that. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. sun is shining and the temperatures keep climbing. let's get a look at what's going on right now with jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center.. 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
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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
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new at midday -- we can show incredible video of crews rescuing students and a driver from a school bus. this happened this morning in denton, texas. fire crews say the bus got stuck in 3 feet of flood water. rescuers came and carried the students to a boar that was on a trailer connected to a truck. crews towed the truck and bus back onto dry land. despite being stranded in flood waters, the children got on another bus and went right to school. the italian coast guard rescued 43 migrants and refugees in the agean sea earlier today. the coast guard says the migrants were all in rubber boats and were trying to sail in poor weather conditions. one of the boats actually started sinking. crews rescued all of the migrants and took them back to greece.
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the candidates in decision 2016. four states are having primaries and caucuses today. all eyes are on michigan. that's the state with the most delegates up for grabs. mississippi is also having its primary for both parties today. idaho is having its primary for republicans and hawaii is having a caucus to decide who they want as the republican nominee. be sure to stay with 10 on your side on the air and on the web all day long for the results as soon as we get them. we also put the results on our wavy mobile app. just make sure your push notifications are turned on. meanwhile, ted cruz will remain on the ballot in new york state. a judge there blocked a petition filed by two men who claim the senator is not eligible to run for president. they say that's because he was born in canada. the judge says the petition isn't valid because the men filed it with the new york board of elections after the legal deadline for ballot changes passed. two people are in jail charged in the murder of
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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 with did not feel better about their neighborhood. (sot) curtis rodarnel / tried to help victim c0022 15:41:28 "we're gonna move we are gonna actually dig deep and 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. a follow-up now to a story we first told you about as breaking news yesterday virginia beach police charged two students for threatening landstown high school. officers say a student's parent told them about the electronic threat. their promise to crack down on school threats whether the suspects mean it or not. the superintendent of virginia beach schools agrees, saying the schools
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dr. aaron spence - virginia beach schools heard, or if it's a cry for help or if they're serious about things that they're saying online 501 and so we always want to make sure we investigate. 503 safety is our top priority in the school division and we want to work with the police department and make sure that we ensure that happens 509 the schools started a social media campaign that encourages students to use it safely and responsibly. an update to a story we first told you about as breaking news yesterday. state police arrested a suffolk man they say cooked meth in two different places. 44-year-old brian warren faces charges. investigators raided a shed on elwood road yesterday, where they say they found one of warren's labs. troopers say they found another about a mile away on glen haven drive. super=bridget anderson/neighbor outcue=was shocked runs=:19 45=1:04:56 "i knew that it had to be some sort of terrible drug situation but i didn't know what i didn't even put two and two together about what kind of drugs i just knew it must be major for
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their big white suits like they were going to mars or something it was really scary i was shocked" investigators say they also found weed at warren's home. he's in jail this morning. wesley hadsell needs a new lawyer. a judge was supposed to sentence him this month 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, his federal public defender represents another person's interests that go against hadsell's. specifically this person could become a potential witness against hadsell if he is prosecuted of a crime in his adoptive daughter's case. police found aj hadsell's remains last year, after she was missing for a few weeks. a man will spend eight years behind bars for causing a deadly crash in suffolk. police wesley johns used heroin and was texting and driving before the crash in february of 20-15. investigators say johns
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vehicle on whaleyville boulevard, killing 84-year-old bernice brooks and her daughter, 60-year-old teresa brown. hampton's economic development director addressed concerns about a high number of businesses closing in the community. the naacp asked leonard sledge to speak at its regular meeting. he talked about big name businesses closing in hampton, such as macy's and sports authority. sledge said that was a corporate decision made outside the city. sot --- leonard sledge - continue to remember and understand with regards to sports authority is that they're closing all of their stores in hampton roads. so we are constantly working to back fill those spaces with the property owners. :16 he also answered questions on the riverdale shopping center, which a company recently purchased. small business owners in the center said they haven't had any communication with the new owners. still ahead - a train goes off the tracks in
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a dozen people are hurt. what investigators say caused the crash. plus - caught on camera. theives steal an a-t-m right out of a convience store. we'll show you how they did it. also still to come, an epic crash. when we show you the video, you won't believe anyone could survive this. plus - a popular band has to stop touring. we'll tell you why the music has put the leader's health at risk. and - it's another beautiful day and it's gonna stay that way for awhile. jeremy wheeler will give you a look at your super
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dead and six others are hurt after a fire at an apartment complex in ohio. this happened in brunswick, which isn't too far from cleveland. investigators say the family lived the bottom floor of the apartment building. the six people hurt went to the hospital. the fire damaged 24 other apartments. firefighters say the apartments did not have sprinklers because the building is old. a church let the people who lost their homes stay with them through the night. we're staying on top of developments in a commuter train crash we first told you about as breaking news on wavy news 10 today. at least everyone is expected to recover. authorities say a tree fell on the tracks and the train hit it, causing the train to come off the tracks. officials say heavy rains may be the reason the ree fell. officials say the train underwater as firefighters helped pull people from the train. howell says: "it was scary! we weren't quite sure what was going to
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finally stopped and realized ok, at least we're upright, then we other are you okay howell says: "the engineer ... he had to kind of get out through the water. there was one girl who was actually pinned in that car for a little bit there. they had to dig her out and they left her on place until the officials got a bus to from the scene. people in a colorado neighborhood had to leave their homes after two fisherman found a suspicious device in a river and brought it home. john hackworth says he first saw what he thought was an old knife handle while fly fishing over the weekend. but a day later, when he took his nephew back to find it it, they found what looked like a military device. the two pulled it from the river and brought it home, and the nephew's parents called 9-1-1. police and the bomb squad came and had people evacuate 19 homes in the neighborhood. hacksworth says he should have just left the device
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(s/john hackworth/found suspicious device:50-1:04) "i was like it could be live, it could be a dud, it could be a practice round, it could destroy the entire city of canon city.... but i don't know why but my boy instinct kicked in and i wanted to -- 'cool i wanna bring it home, it's so cool'" the bomb squad took the device away and destroyed it. theives looking for money stole an entire a-t-m from a convience store in california. and the crime was caught on camera. check this out. you can see the theives use a truck to try to pull open the store doors. when that didn't work, they decided to drive the truck into the door. they got inside and wrestled the a-t-m into the back of their truck. it's not clear how much money was in the a-t-m, but there is thousands of dollars worth of damage to the store. police say it will be tough to catch the thieves, because they were well disguised. people in texas are cleaning up after a strong storm ripped though parts of the state. this is a look at the
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last night. you can see homes are torn up because of the storms. high winds and torrential rains were reported throughout the area. the storm triggered a tornado warning, but no tornadoes were reported. mos says: "it was like what you see in a hurricane. the wind was just going horizontal. i mean you couldn't see anything. it was scary. more bad weather is expected in texas this week. a storm caused by el-nino hit southern california. the storm caused a downburst in the city of inglewood. that damged homes and blew the roof off a local business. trees landed and cars and crushed them. some residents say the rain leaked through their roofs and damaged their furniture. tatum says: "well first we thought it was like an earthquake at first and then you could hear it this rumbling and my wife said she saw just looked scary so i just
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away a little bit, we saw all the damages all over. douglas says: "i heard on the news that it might have been a mini tornado but here in inglewood. i couldn't believe it. i just thought it was a wind." officials say despite the damage, nobody was seriously hurt. ( weather anim - with track) 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
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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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up next on midday - we can show you new video of a plane crash on long island. how the pilot and his daughter survived. plus - today marks two years since the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight m-h-370. why families are not giving up hope their
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alive. we can show you new video of a plane crash we first told you about sunday morning. take a look at this. you can see the airplane just fall out of the sky and hit the ground. this happened saturday on long island. the pilot says the engine died and he was no where near an airport. fortunately, the plane had a parachute and the crash was softened by it. you can see both the pilot and his daugter were able to walk away. they weren't hurt. a sanitation worker in florida is very lucky to be alive. he somehow survived a crash where his truck fell 100-feet off a highway. take a look at this. miami garbage truck
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was driving on i-95 last month. he lost control of the truck, went over the guradrail, and off truck fell 100-feet into a public park. smith was ejected from the truck. somehow, he survived the crash, and no one else is hurt. thankful her brother is still alive. smith's sister says: ""i thought my brother was gone. i was like, "he's dead. can't nobody survive that. he's dead, i honestly thought he was dead. i just kept calling and his fianc called me and told me, she said, kaseem is still alive he was still breathing on the ground." smith has been working as a garbage truck driver for years. highway patrol is trying to figure out he lost control of the truck. coming up on midday-- work on the new bonner bridge has started. well give you a look at the groundbreaking
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but first, we have breaking news on the roads in chesapeake. capostella road is shut down between diamond hill and battlefield boulevard because of a gas leak. here's a live look from the scene. the fire department tells us a contractor was digging and hit the gas line. nobody was hurt and nobody is being
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road will be closed for a few hours as crews work to fix the gas line. again, that's campostella, between diamond hill and battlefield boulevard. as soon as the road opens up, we'll let you know. developments in a story we first told you about as breaking news this morning on fox 43. two people are going to recover after they got hit by a car in norfolk. this happened at the intersection of north hampton boulevard and 26th street around 8:20 this morning. a jeep and a nissan crashed into each other at the intersection, and one of the cars hit a mother and a child standing on the corner. they were taken to the hospital to get checked out. police tell us one of the drivers will be charged in the accident, but investigators are still trying to figure out which one. as soon as we find out, we'll let you know. right now ,crews are starting work on the new bonner bridge. 10 on your side was there for the groundbreaking ceremony this morning. the current bridge is more 50 years old and some say it is still standing on borrowed time. state and city officials broke ground on the new bridge this morning.
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designed to last 100- years. it will open in the fall of 20-18. governor pat mccrory says the bridge is a lifeline for hatteras island. governor pat mccrory - north carolina (r) public safety is the number one reason there's been an urgency to make this happen and today is day of celebration of something that took 20 years 2 long. but i'm very proud of my team that made this happen. 10 on your side's erin kelly is talking to residents about what this means for them. she'll explain that in her reports later this afternoon, starting on wavy news 10 at four. a lot more stories to get to this half hour, but now we want to get a look tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. the sun is shining and it is warm. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... 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
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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
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new at midday -- we can show incredible video of crews rescuing students and a driver from a school bus. this happened this morning in denton, texas. fire crews say the bus got stuck in 3 feet connected to a truck. crews towed the truck and bus back onto dry land. despite being stranded in flood waters, the children got on another bus and went right to school. the italian coast guard rescued 43 migrants and refugees in the agean sea earlier today. the coast guard says the migrants were all in rubber boats and were trying to sail in poor weather conditions. one of the boats actually started sinking. crews rescued all of the migrants and took them back to greece. it's another big day for
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decision 2016. four states are having primaries and caucuses today. all eyes are on michigan. that's the state with the most delegates up for grabs. mississippi is also having its primary for both parties today. idaho is having its primary for republicans and hawaii is having a caucus to decide who they want as the republican nominee. be sure to stay with 10 on your side on the air and on the web all day long for the results as soon as we get them. we also put the results on our wavy mobile app. just make sure your push notifications are turned on. two people are in jail 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 with did not feel better about their neighborhood.
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tried to help victim c0022 15:41:28 "we're gonna move we are gonna actually dig deep and try to find an actual 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. a follow-up now to a story we first told you about as breaking news yesterday morning. virginia beach police charged two students for threatening landstown high school. officers say a student's parent told them about the electronic threat. police say this follows their promise to crack down on school threats whether the suspects mean it or not. the superintendent of virginia beach schools agrees, saying the schools have a zero tolerance for these threats. dr. aaron spence - virginia beach schools heard, or if it's a cry for help or if they're serious about things that they're saying online 501 and so we always want to make sure we investigate. 503 safety is our top priority in the school division and we want to work with the police department and
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that happens 509 the schools started a social media campaign that encourages students to use it safely and responsibly. an update to a story we first told you about as breaking news yesterday. state police arrested a suffolk man they say cooked meth in two different places. 44-year-old brian warren faces charges. investigators raided a shed on elwood road yesterday, where they say they found one of warren's labs. troopers say they found another about a mile away on glen haven drive. super=bridget anderson/neighbor outcue=was shocked runs=:19 45=1:04:56 "i knew that it had to be some sort of terrible drug situation but i didn't know what i didn't even put two and two together about what kind of drugs i just knew it must be major for something it was really scary i was shocked" investigators say they also found weed at warren's home. he's in jail this midday. wesley hadsell needs a new lawyer. a judge was supposed to sentence him this
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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, his federal public defender represents another person's interests that go against hadsell's. specifically this person could become a potential witness against hadsell if he is prosecuted of a crime in his adoptive daughter's case. police found aj hadsell's remains last year, after she was missing for a few weeks. 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
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running for mayor, current norfolk city councilman andy protogyrou and state senator kenny alexander, disagree with the sheriff. they said he's simply playing politics. sot - andy protogyrou, norfolk mayoral candidate - clip 6 6:37:15 i dont know why he feels its incumbent upon him now to play 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 first step as we 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. a local firefighter, suspended without pay for talking to 10 on your side, says he'll fight back. captain rusty quillin is also the fire union president. and he told us last year, he was worried about staffing shortages in portsmouth. quillin says he's concerned about the department's ability respond to fires. after those comments, the city manager suspended quillen. an attorney says
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speech. ed one the street. we need more personnel. we're short-staffed," imprvento c001 1:40:20 this is so clearly protected speech that one has to wonder what portsmouth is thinking about. 1:40:27 well, we tried to find out. 10 on your side reached out to to city council, the mayor, and the city manager. most did not answer. councilman mark whitaker did, saying he believes quillin did a disservice to the public and politicized a deadly fire. the two stafford county volunteer firefighters suspended for taking an 18-month-old girl to the hospital in a fire engine have been reinstated. we told you a few nights ago, the two volunteers were the first on the scene of a fire, when a little girl was having a seizure. captain james kelley, one of the reinstated firefighters, says he would not change his decision. he's received a lot of support from the community. :07 azing, international status, seriously. it's just amazing the outpouring of the community support for
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couldn't as a department be more happy." the incident is still under review by the t of health's office of emergency medical services and the review can take up to 45 days. today you can give your input on one local city's future. norfolk is holding a public input session tonight. leaders want to know what you think the city's key spending priorities should be next year regarding: schools, public safety, developement, taxes, what-ever's on your mind.. the meeting starts tonight at 6:30 in norfolk council chambers at city hall. tonight in newport news, the school board wants your thoughts on next year's budget. there's a public hearing about the proposed 2017 operating budget at the administration building on warwick boulevard. if you want to speak in person you'll have to fill out a request when you arrive looking ahead, there's a huge career fair tomorrow
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almost 100 companies will be on hand, and there's a special hour set aside just for veterans. the job fair is tomorrow at the marriott hotel at city center at oyster point. it's free, but you do need to register. for that information, plus a list of the employers, look for this story on wavy- dot-com. still ahead on midday- a dentist is going on trial in france. what patients say he did to their mouths. plus - a tennis star is losing sponsors after she is saying about her treatment. plus - we're on your side
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but first, we have breaking news on the roads in chesapeake. capostella road is shut down between diamond hill and battlefield boulevardbecae of a gas leak. here's a live look from the scene. the fire department tells us a contractor was digging and hit the gas line. nobody was hurt and nobody is being evacuated. however, the road will be closed for a few hours as crews work to fix the gas line. again, that's campostella, between diamond hill and battlefield boulevard. as soon as let you know. today marks two years flight m-h-370 dissappeared. 239 people were on board the plane. people in china maked the anniversary at a budhist temple in
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together to support each other and to pray for the missing loved ones. many of them are still holding out hope they are alive. in malaysia, parliament held a moment of silence for the missing passengers. invetigators believe the plane crashed in the indian ocean after the plane flew far off course and ran out of gas. but, they only have theories to explain what happened. no wreckage of the plane has ever been found. south korea says it will put new sanctions on north korea. a government offical says the country will put sanctions on people and companies who they think are involved in north korea's nuclear weapons program. he also said south korea will ban boats from that stopped in north korean ports in the past 180 days. the new measures are designed to stop companies from doing business with the north, to make the country more isolated. meanwhile, people in north korea are protesting the u-n's sanctions against the country. railway worekrs and college students had a rally. those who were a part of it say they are
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people who live there say the effects of the sanctions can already be felt throughout the country. a media organization in the country says prices at north korean grocery stores have gone way up after the sanctions were put on. residents are reportedly stocking up on food and necessities. vice president joe biden continues his tour of the middle east. biden landed in dubai this morning. he met with sheikh mohammed, the leader of dubai and the prime minister of the united arab emirites. the u-a-e is one of the u-s's most important allies in the persion gulf. yesterday, biden made a stop at the country's airforce base that houses u-s troops battling isis in syria. after today's stop, he will travel to israel, the west bank, and jordan. a dutch dentist accused mutilating dozens of french patients is now on trial. jacobus marinus is facing charges of intentional violence and fraud.
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victims are seeking damages. those people say the dentist removed healthy teeth, left pieces of tools in them, and got infections after marinus worked on their mouths. the trial will last about 10 days. marinus could be sentenced to ten years in prison if convicted. sponsors are dropping a tennis star after she admitted to failing a drug test at the austrailian open. nike is the biggest company to suspend its relationship with maria sharapova. sharpova failed the test in january. she says she had been taking the drug meldonium for ten years, and she didn't know the sport banned the drug at the beginning of this year. sharapova says she used the drug to treat magnessium deficiency and heart issues. but the company that makes the drug says the normal course of treatment is six weeks, not 10 years. her deal with nike is worth more than $70-million dollars. sharapova makes more money than any other female athlete in the world.
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american tour on hold. the band says frontman brian johnson is at risk of going deaf. his doctors told him to stop touring immediately, or he could permenently lose his hearing. the band says it is going to recruit a guest vocalist to fill in for him when the postponed shows are rescheduled. but, they don't know who that singer will be. johnson has been with a-c-d-c since 19- 80. and one of the members of the rolling stones most famous lineup says he has cancer. bill wyman has prostate cancer. his spokesperson says doctors caught the cancer early, and wyman is expected to make a full recovery. the 79-year-old joined the stones in 19-62. he played bass for them for 31 years until he left to pursue other projects, including forming his own band. people in the u-k got a rare sight on sunday night. this is video of the aurora borealis, or the northern lights. you can see in the time lapse the sky lit up shades of green and red. this happens when
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particles from the sun come into the earth's atmosphere. its normally best seen in regions close to the north pole. (weather anim - with track) 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 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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up next on midday - people go to a zoo. but they don't really care much about seeing the animals. why
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makes history again. jaromir jagr is now third all time in n-h-l the florida panthers forward passed the legendary gordie howe with his one thousand-850th point. he by aleksander barkov to move ahead. the 44-year-old jagr is in striking distance of mark messier for second place. he's only 36 points behind him. still, he is well out of reach for the all- time record, set by wayne gretzky, who has 2-thousand-857 points. normally, families go to the zoo for the animals. but at a zoo in seattle, it's all about "zoo doo." that's right. yesterday, the zoo kicked off its annual spring "fecal fest." the zoo sells poop and dung from animals like giaffes, hippos, and mountain goats. and people actually buy. thye say the steam coming off the big piles are microbes that
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mos says: "i'm not saying your tomatoes will be as big as a hippo or your corn will be as tall as a giraffe. but your neighbors will be envious. and so will your dog." people can buy the poop in five, ten, 25, or 50 gallon containers.
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wavy news 10 midday. frustrated with your overactive bladder medicine not working? can't handle the side effects? botox treats symptoms of leaking, going too often, and the strong sudden need to go. ask your urologist if botox can help calm your bladder and reduce your daily leakage episodes. the effects of botox may spread hours to weeks after injection, causing serious symptoms. alert your doctor right away as difficulty swallowing, speaking, breathing, eye problems,
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. >> steve: but you remember the woman i was with? yeah, that's right. well, if you find anyone who saw her acting out that night... yeah, yeah, this number. thanks. [phone beeps]
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did you get anything? >> kayla: i heard back from two of the oncologists. th don't know how we can prove that ava faked that leukemia before her death. >> steve: well, would it show up in an autopsy? >> kayla: maybe, or from the blood sample. but it won't prove that she was torturing us. what about jakarta? >> steve: well, the--the front desk clerk barely remembers me or ava, but he's gonna ask around, and i--i got a few more numbers to check. >> kayla: maybe you should just take a break. >> steve: no, i'm fine. >> kayla: but you haven't slept for more than ten minutes since you came home. >> steve: well, it is the middle of the night in jakarta. all right, but i gotta do something. >> kayla: well, why don't we go over it again, the whole trip with ava. i mean, maybe she said something that could lead to proof that she was targeting us.

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