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today with a few rain showers developing. a missing three year old from fluvanna county has been found safe. authorities found haven moses after she was taken from a caretaker's house yesterday. police say her father james moses violated a protective order by taking her. he is wanted for the abduction. moses was last seen driving a light colored sedan, but could also be driving a brown ford explorer. he may be in the augusta or rockingham county area. call police if you have any information.
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ashley white, is set to start this morning. white faces felony child neglect and abuse charges after leaving noah and his infant sister home alone. his body was found in a septic tank near the family's home days after he went missing. noah's father paul thomas also faces two felony charges. his trial begins march 9-th. wdbj7's justin ward will be at today's hearing. stay with wdbj7 and wdbj7-dot-com for updates. a former bedford police officer is due in court this morning on child pornography charges. brian mcalexander was indicted on 6 felony charges friday. he was arrested by henry county sheriff deputies. he had previously resigned from the bedford police department last year, when the southern virginia crimes against children task force began their investigation. happening today: a candlelight vigil is being help for nicole lovell. she's the teenager from blacksburg who was found dead last week. all members of virginia tech and the blacksburg community are invited to attend tonight's vigil. it will start at 7:30
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avenue between north main street and draper road. there will be some guest speakers, a hymn and a moment of silence. please bring your own candle if you can. some snow could be heading into the area for some people today. leo, when will the snow start, and how much should we expect to see? valleya looks like lunacy those rain snow showers developing especially as we head through the afternoon several inches not out of the question toward the mountains a west virginia we have the main low heading up the eastern seaboard bringing southeastern new england. some heavy snow for us we of another low-pressure center toward the great lakes with a frontal boundary member low-pressure counterclockwise rotation so just bring that moisture right into our region will little the sunshine early on temperatures should start to warm up looking out across virginia tech campus this morning relatively quiet 25 you'll start see increasing clouds through the morning wind is calm so no worries about any windchill there as we head through the afternoon
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the thirties and low forties today increasing clouds this morning around the one shower mainly cloudy woodson snow and rain showers developing will continue that trend through the afternoon with highs in the low to mid forties that low continues to move to the south and east and you notice most of the accumulating snow over in west virginia parts the highlands and far southwest virginia had to the ronald valley points south and east little to no accumulation expected whatsoever but we argosy a stick in the it's thicken the mountains. watch upper slick roads tonight and tomorrow morning here's the snowfall accumulations this takes us right through wednesday you notice western facing slopes three to six inches in the highest elevations everyone else in the mountains a west virginia far southwest virginia one to three 3 an and you notice roanoke lynchburg danville martinsville little to no accumulation whatsoever but because of that snow in the mountains a winter storm watches in effect right through thursday morning forecast across the area today for the roanoke valley low to mid forties with eighty 80% chance a rain snow showers
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forties rain and snow showers gretna danville south boston through the new river valley southwest more the way of snow showers the you mixing in with a couple rain showers upper 30s low to mid 40s highlands greenbrier valley a west virginia mainly snow showers today tonight tomorrow thirties and forties seven day planner weather impact days today and tomorrow because of the rain and snow showers wednesday thursday friday we begin to quiet down temperatures though only in the twenties and thirties 30s for highs overnight lows that and i are is up and down friday rewrite friday afternoon manning and the denver broncos defeated the carolina panthers to win their third super bowl. linebacker von miller was named mvp. (miller sot)
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it was peyton, d-ware and all of my teammates of course. peyton manning is the first starting quarterback to win with two different teams. but he wouldn't say if this really was his last rodeo. ( manning sot ) i wanna go hug my family and i'm going to drink a lot of budweiser tonight. the broncos offense exploded early (announcer nats ) while fumbles plagued the panthers. (announcer nats: and he fumbles) bridge: the ticket was a golden one - going for thousands of dollars! but fans say it was worth it. (sot mos broncos fan) the crowd enjoyed some of the biggest names in pop music. (nats of gaga) lady gaga sang the national anthem. (nats of cold play & beyonce) cold play scored at half-time with an assist from beyonce and bruno mars. it was a golden night for over 70 thousand fans celebrating super bowl 50. jamie yuccas, cbs news, santa clara. while most enjoyed the super bowl at home, there were plenty who came out to the bars -- with
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brought the family out to enjoy the game. you could tell from the parking lot they had team spirit. they were decked out in broncos gear from head to toe-- literally. heather caldwell 00231026 " i have the hat, the earrings, the shirts, the necklace, socks, shoes, jacket, purse, wallet, watch." they enjoyed their wings at the restaraunt -- even though most take-out on super bowl sunday. at valley view, the manager says they serve about 10,000 wings on super bowl sunday. that's compared to 2,500 for a normal sunday. we have a follow up this morning on the layoffs at the volvo trucks plant in pulaski county. leaders say they will lay off fewer workers than previously announced. the truck maker confirmed that around 600 workers will lose their jobs this month. back in december the company announced it would lay off 730 workers over a three week period in february. we're continuing to follow the tragic crisis of lead contamination in flint, michigan's
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400 homes now have lead in their water higher than the federal threshold of 15 parts per billion. exposure to lead can cause severe brain disorders. the story came to light in large part because of samples taken by a team of student engineers at virginia tech. yesterday on wdbj7 sunday morning, two of the researchers spoke with chris hurst about the painful calls they had to make to homeowners. siddhartha roy, it was not something any education can prepare you for. so when you're making those conversations, i wrote a script and said these are your lead results, please do not drink your water. but the conversations that i had. people would tell me about their health problems, about their grandchildren, the fact that they could not buy a lead filter because they were on social security and they don't have forty dollars for a filter... so these were heartbreaking coversations, you know there have been times many in our team have cried because we couldn't do more. now the research team has been hired
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continue monitoring the drinking water there. many of the eight thousand children in flint have high levels of lead in their blood. and now cases of legionnaire's disease are being investigated as related to the changing of the drinking water to the flint river. you can see the entire interview with the tech graduate students at wdbj7.com there may not be any snow just yet, but there could be some slick spots for your drive home. we'll have all the latest road conditions, coming up in your i- hometown traffic report. good morning, i'm amanda kenney. we saw some of the best, now we're going to take a look at some of the worst super bowl commericals after the break on wdbj7
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rain and snow these lil' chickies and lil' doggies are small, -but they're intense. -oh, yeah. small but intense like my niece, hannah. oh, yeah. and you, uh, take karate? yeah she does. show him how intense you are, hannah. -yah! yah! ah! -(karate sounds) oh, my... hey! yes! now finish him. -bow to her, peter. -i'm not gonna bow to a... bow to her, peter. (gong) big flavor in a little package. new lil' chickies and lil' doggies. and grab a burrito and drink for $3.00 delivered in two minutes-- -guaranteed. -(click) showers develop today and
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highs near 45. crews are installing a new gas line in roanoke today. rosewood avenue will be closed from nine this morning to four this afternoon. traffic will be detoured from brambleton avenue to sweetbrier avenue. several roads in our area are closed right now because of flooding. foster road is blocked near nester road in bedford county. david giles lane is closed near snakepath road in pittsylvania county. and in giles county, eggleston river road is blocked by old depot street. also in that county -- ripplemead road is flooded close to turnpike road. bridge work could slow you down in roanoke county until next monday. there will be northbound and southbound lane closures on texas hollow road from eight a-m to four p-m every day until then. flaggers will be there to direct traffic. some super bowl ads stood out, and others just didn't make the cut. wdbj7's amanda kenney is with us this morning. she's here to talk about last night's losers.
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it's crazy to think that some of these companies spend millions of dollars on a commercial, only to be a flop. but lets talk to the professional about it. todd marcum from access advertising and pr know a think or two about commericals. todd, what was the absolute worst commercial from last night? 1. snickers, marilyn monroe
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puppybabymonkey thank you todd. still ahead garrett, we'll take a look at some of the stand
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a popular spot to get lunch will be closed for a few hours across the country today. why chipotle decided to close its doors. and when it snow, note everyone is able to just stay home from work. after the break, we'll tell you how a special
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home of their own. atemperatures starting off in the twenties all across the area twenty six roanoke twenty two lexington twenty 24 lynchburg little warmer
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thirty three galax coming in at thirty four degrees on the local radar where nice and quiet relatively quiet would clear skies but clouds will be thickening up as are arctic front starts to drive in our direction all the low over toward the great lakes giving us that northwesterly flow as he had later this morning into the afternoon rain and snow showers will be developing mainly snow showers in the mountains a west virginia getting temperatures in the twenties we should warm in the low to mid forties as we head through the day and then later tonight would temperatures dropping off snow showers do continue through the overnight hours heavy snow toward new england for us he can see the snow showers driving through to three for clock and then as we had worries through the rest of the afternoon tonight tomorrow you notice snow showers continue mountains a west virginia far far southwest virginia every now again one drips to the south and east but in the mountains southwest virginia now be the main area will see some accumulating snow how much snow we talk about again roanoke lynchburg danville martinsville little to no accumulation if you get a
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and the grassy services. that's about it but toward the highlands maybe an inch far southwest virginia one to three inches in in the western facing slopes pocahontas greenbrier county those aviaries we could see three for five even six inches of snow before chats down on thursday today increasing clouds rain snow showers temperatures in the 30s and 40s head out tonight mostly cloudy scattered snow showers continue overnight lows in the 20s and your first alert wtvj seven day planner weather impact day monday and tuesday and that will start to quiet down by mid to late week but very cold highs in the twenties and 20s low 30s overnight lows dropping back down to the teens and you may have to find somewhere else to eat lunch today. all chipotle restaurants will be closed from 11 a-m to 3.for a meeting on food safety. it's in response to the chain's e. coli outbreak that spread through a dozen states before it was under control. during the company-wide
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steve ells will take questions from employees. it will be broadcasted out nationwide. when we had our big snow recently, most of us handled it by staying home. but one place we don't often think about needing constant attention -- even in the snow -- is the spca. the rockbridge spca had some special help in the form of a four- wheel-drive truck they were recently given by a foundation supported by dominion power. photojournalist bruce young learned what happened. lesley swisher: "25 inches of snow at my house." marie atthowe: "um, we got a good 12 to 14 inches at my house" (nat: snowplow) tara rodi: "bad as the snow was, there was no way we would be able to travel in it with the the cars that we have here, and a lot of the staff do not have cars that would travel in the snow either." marissa buckner: "my car would have gotten stuck before i even left my driveway." atthowe: "the roads themselves, i mean they had a good four inches on them even after they plowed. it just kept piling up. it was pretty impassable." buckner: "it was
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animals here, so we can't stop." (nat: rodi walking down the hall : "these are our big dogs, so they'll be a little louder." loud barking) rodi: "it's a lot of animals." buckner: "like, maybe 50 cats and 60 dogs." swisher: "everyday thing, no matter rain, sleet, snow, sunshine, whatever." atthowe: "somebody has to come in here, whether you have to walk two miles or if you have an awesome four- wheel-drive truck. somebody has to come in and take care of the animals." rodi: "i took this truck home with me so the next morning i'd be able to go around and pick up the staff. they were thrilled with that." atthowe: "if it weren't for the truck, the animals would have been pretty hungry and cold." (nat: barking) rodi: "but all the animals were happy to see us when we got here, because they were hungry." (nat: meow) buckner: "they were rubbing up against us and purring." rodi: : "we have some vehicles that are not very reliable, so i wrote a letter to dominion asking them. i heard that they do donate different vehicles to different organizations." emmett toms: "generally, it's a
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organizations, but in this case they needed some transportation, so those agencies that need vehicles we'll donate a vehicle." rodi: "and i asked them if they had any vehicles available, whether it be a truck or a van or both." toms: "we had worked up a four- wheel-drive pickup that met their needs to transport animals and do the things they need to haul dogfood and do all this kind of thing." rodi: "and the end of july, they came through for us and we got this lovely truck here, a four-by-four with a camper shell." toms: "sometimes it's monetary, sometimes it might be a vehicle." rodi: "so we've been able to use it for adoption events and picking up supplies." toms: "it fit the bill, and satisfied the needs of the local organization, the spca." swisher: "the truck was a good thing, because we didn't have any way to go and get people, and if they didn't have four-wheel- drive, then it was going to be hard for them to get in." atthowe: "i knew that with the truck we would be able to have some employees come in at least." rodi: "so for two days in a row, we were able to come in and out and travel safely in the snow, thanks to dominion
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they gave us." emmett toms -- the dominion power official -- told us that the gift of a truck is actually fairly unusual for the foundation. they usually support organizations with money alone, because most of the vehicles the company uses are leased or used so heavily as to no longer be a good value. you could call it a true labor of love. coming up, we'll introduce you to some people who all have one thing in commmon with the super bowl. and if you're a fan of chocolate, this festival is the perfect place for you. we'll tell you where it is, after the break. but first, here's leo with today's weather-bug quiz
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the super bowl is a pretty special day for some kids, but not because of the game. these kids are the nfl's super bowl babies choir. they are all people who were born nine months after their parent's favorite team won the super bowl. they were honored during a commercial that was played during last night's game. auditions for the choir were held nationwide. if you're a chocolate lover, this is the story for you. the annual chocolate festival in lisbon festival kicked off in portugal this weekend. the event included more than 80 chocolatiers and 200 brands of chocolate from around the world. the food included bonbons, candies,
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organizers expected around 30-thousand visitors for the festival. who's leading the pack of presidential candidates ahead of tomorrow's new hampshire primary, and why that state's voters are known for making last minute decisions. two teens are dead and six are hurt, after breaking into olympic park in canada. what caused the deadly sledding accident. and, february is american heart month. in this week's healthy living, how changing diet and
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heart attacks. good morning, it's just after 6:30 on monday, february 8. i'm garrett turner. and i'm kimberly mcbroom. and we do have a school announcement for you. craig county schools are closing 3 hours early today in just a day, new
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choose who they want to become president. as weijia jiang reports, donald trump and bernie sanders enter the first primary with the top spots in the polls. just one day before the new hampshire primary -- donald trump is hoping to stay ahead of his fellow republican rivals...and secure a win on tuesday: (sot trump) "i'm 40 million dollars under budget and i'm number one in the polls, alright." -nat/sot (rubio) we're going to win new hampshire in the general election and we are going to turn this country back around following a less than stellar debate performance over the weekend -- marco rubio remains locked in fierce battle for second place in the granite state -- between ted cruz, jeb bush and john kasich who held his 101st town hall in new hampshire sunday: (sot john kasich) a strong finish here is essential for us and we're confident that's going to happen." (sot clinton flint, mi) "i know i've got an uphill climb. as hillary clinton steadily closes the gap with bernie sanders...her husband, former president bill clinton took sanders to task for so called sexist and inaccurate remarks against his
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"when you're making a revolution you can't be too careful with the facts," (standup) as candidates on both sides ramp up their attacks -- undecided voters here in new hampshire continue to weigh their options: (sot john schwagerl) it's a lot of work, there are a lot of problems and i'm trying to find the best problem solver (sot voter) as a republican i'm looking for someone in the middle, conservative, very rational thinker voters in new hampshire are known for making a decision at the very last minute. with so many still undecided -- the outcome in tomorrow's first in the nation primary remains unclear. weijia jiang cbs news manchester, new hampshire. if you plan on voting in the super tuesday primary, today is your last day to register. about a dozen states will take part in the march 1-st primaries, including virginia. the u-s election assistance commission has links for each state's elections office and a link to register. closer than previously thought....a recent review of the iowa caucus results shows
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race for hillary clinton and bernie sanders. the democratic party double- checked 14 precincts and found counting errors in five of them. clinton ended up with 49-point-84 percent of the delegates, and sanders with 49- point-59 percent. sanders campaign says it plans to conduct an independent review of the results. the two democratic presidential candidates will face off in a debate next month in flint, michigan. it will air on c-n-n just two days before the michigan and mississippi primaries. flint's water supply has been contaminated with lead for months. both sanders and clinton have addressed that issue on their campaign trails. sanders wants the michigan governor to resign. clinton says the crisis was ignored because flint is poor and has a large amount of african-
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isgood morning kimberly good morning everyone yeah rain and snow showers in be building into our region today. right now quiet across the area temperatures mainly in the twenties and a few low thirties later this taz well middle school our weather bug site sending is live weather information only eighteen degrees right now but the good news is calm winds there's a vigorous low-pressure center off the coast that will bring southeastern new england some heavy amounts of snow we are arctic front heading in our direction with a low in the great lakes that will bring us some scattered rain and snow showers to the region bicycle forecast i not the greatest day to ride your bike because of the snow showers but this morning no worries twenties will do it would a warm up low to mid 40s today with those rain snow showers there's that coastal storm bringing new england some heavy snow this is the low frontal boundary that will drift into our region we should see most of the snow showers rain showers develop as he head toward the one shower thereafter and
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virginia far southwest virginia juergen a continue to see the snow showers over the next several days because of the snow shower potential winter weather visors are up highland county pocahontas county west virginia western greenbrier county and then taz will smith and gracing county in southwestern virginia and him we have winter storm watches as he head toward wednesday and thursday for the mountainous locations how much snow we talk about again roanoke lynchburg danville martinsville little to no accumulation if you get a burst you might get some on the grassy services accumulating snow mountains a west virginia and far southwest virginia including parts the highlands you forecast for today would a be talk my temperatures in the mid forties rain and snow showers developing center virginia mid forties rain showers same story down toward gretna danville south boston upper 40s will do are for you newer valley southwest snow showers developing highs in the 30s to near 40 mainly snow showers in the mountains a west virginia highlands temperatures in the thirties
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alert wtvj seven day planner winter weather impact days monday and tuesday because of the rain and snow showers wednesday thursday friday we quiet down but get much colder would, temperatures near 30. overnight lows in the team get ready are dead after an earthquake hit taiwan over the weekend. this building collapsed when a magnitude six-point- four earthquake hit. it happened during the most important family holiday in the chinese calendar - the lunar new year. more than 170 people were rescued from the 17-story building, but more than a hundred are believed to be inside. rescuers will continue the search for survivors, as long as the building is safe. there are new details in the investigation into an explosion on board a somali plane. intelligence officials believe two airport workers were involved in a deliberate attack. they say a laptop computer was rigged to explode mid-flight. somali authorities have arrested more than 20 people in connection to the incident, including the workers seen handing off the
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claimed responsibility for the explosion. a team of f-b-i investigators is helping somali police piece together how the attack happened. after north korea launched a rocket this weekend, world leaders are calling for the united nations secuirty council to adopt "unprecedented measures." north korea claims the rocket was just a satellite launched into orbit, but others believe it's a cover for long-range missile testing. during an emergency meeting yesterday, security council members approved a statement condemning the launch and promising new sanctions. secretary of state john kerry is set to meet with leaders in south korea and japan to talk about the launch. new york city mayor bill de blasio is announcing safety improvements, after a deadly crane collapse on friday. the measures include new restrictions on cranes during windy weather, and more sidewalk protection for pedestrians. the city will also create a new task force focused on crane safety. one person died and three others were hurt when a nearly 600-foot crane fell. new york police and the department of
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continuing to investigate the collapse. an oregon police sergeant was killed friday night while serving an arrest warrant. police sergeant jason goodding was with another officer when he confronted a man who had a felony warrant for assult. the man resisted the officers, pulled out a gun and shot goodding. the other officer fatally shot the man three times. doctors tried to revive sergeant goodding at a hospital for 40- minutes, but he died there. (sheriff tom bergin/clatsop county sheriff's dept.): "jason was a good man. he was an extraordinarily good police officer. he's my neighbor. he's got two beautiful little daughters. he's going to be sorely missed." friends and family say goodding was a respected officer and a dedicated father and husband. police say gunfire broke out in a nightclub in orlando, florida, early sunday morning. ten people were hurt and two died at the scene. one person has critical injuries. police say there were 3-hundred people at glitz ultra
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it's not clear how it started, but officers are looking for as many as three suspects. this was the second mass shooting at a florida nightclub over the weekend. two teenagers are dead and six others are hurt after a night out went terribly wrong. the males broke into olympic park in canada with plans to sled down the track, not knowing that a concrete gate separated that track from another. the group of sliders collided with the gate and onsite security called 9-1-1 after discovering what had happened. police are reviewing security footage from the park and are hoping some neighbors could help as well. one neighbor said a gate to a road next to the track is usually left open. (jeff hughes/neighbor) "that's awful, it didn't even cross our mind that may happen. i don't know if that road being opened or closed or would have made any difference if it was closed or not." winsport, the company that operates the facility, plans to cooperate with police and conduct its own review of the incident. the six survivors are severely traumitized, with injuries ranging from minor to critical condition.
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valentines, it's also american heart month. in this week's healthy living, we're finding out some ways to keep our hearts healthy and strong dr. raschid ghoorahoo is a family nurse practitioner with lewisgale. thanks for coming into today. kimberly mcbroom/wdbj7: a lot of us were wearing red on friday for national wear red day for heart awareness....but what are some things that we might be doing every day that might be putting us at risk of having a heart attack?
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mcbroom/wdbj7: what changes can we make to our exercise and eating habits to improve our overall heart health? kimberly mcbroom/wdbj7: we've had cpr classes here at the station...how crucial is it to
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we'll put up a link to the american heart association, which has tips on managing your stress, eating healthier and exercising the right way to keep your heart healthy and strong. with some snow heading our way, there may be some slick roads to look out for later today. coming up, we'll let you know about any current traffic alerts in your i-hometown traffic report. and what super bowl commercials have you talking this morning? we're talk about some of last night's
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mornin' our wake up watch and win winner this morning is lisa scott from salem you have won a pair of tickets to grandin theatre and a 5 dollar concession stand gift card . watch again tomorrow morning for another chance to
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increasing clouds today with a few rain and snow showers developing. workers will start replacing a bridge today in floyd county. harvestwood road will be closed until the end of the month. you'll have to avoid that road until then. several roads in our area are closed right now because of flooding. foster road is blocked near nester road in bedford county. david giles lane is closed near snakepath road in pittsylvania county. and in giles county, eggleston river road is blocked by old depot street. also in that county -- ripplemead road is flooded close to turnpike road. a pipe replacement project could slow you down in roanoke county. sections of stayman road and mcintosh road will be closed until the 22nd. it's not about who won or lost, it's about who stood out the most. at least in the world of advertising.
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super bowl. wdbj7's amanda kenney is here with some of last night's most talked about super bowl ads. good morning kim. there is plenty to talk about. last night's commercials were full of action, adorable animals, and some were just plain weird. todd marcum stayed up late to watch and woke up early to talk about them with us this morning. todd, in terms of standing out, which commercials did you think stand out? 1. deathwish coffee
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babies thank you todd. there you have it. the good, the bad, and the weird. you can continue the conversation and tell us what you think on our facebook page, wdbj7. here's a look at what's trending on twitter this morning. the fourth annual world government summit took place in dubai over the
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more than three- thousand atendees talked about global challenges and solutions. the event featured representatives from 125 countries. -------- a lot of people may be feeling a little tired this morning after staying up to watch the super bowl last night. the denver broncos beat the carolina panthers 24 to 10. -------- and, a lot of people are talking about the half-time show of last night's game. cold play was joinged by beyonce and bruno mars who many say were the true stars. the show was also a tribute to past half- time show performances. birthdays for
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(monday) emily woodson - eagle rock - 9 megan hughes - blacksburg - 21 taquita taylor - roanoke noah hylton - pulaski - 15 dorothy higgins - raphine - 66 lorena taylor- rollins wilson quantez mattox - roanoke larson edmonds - max meadows ariston sands - callaway - 4 megan myers - 21 mary johnson - pearisburg derek buster - 26 mike collins - roanoke [twins] jenna & jack petersen - goodview - 6 michael byrd - blue ridge - 31 nicole martinez - christiansburg - 11 lydell campbell branson sheppard - radford - 16 william & joyce price - blacksburg -
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arerain and snow showers had in our direction a vigorous coastal low heading up to the north northeast can be bringing southeastern new england heavy amounts of snow for us we have a arctic front that's can be driving into the region that will trigger rain and snow showers widely scattered most of the
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the highlands mountains a west virginia and far southwest virginia, temperatures right now twenties low thirties will be warming up upper thirties low to mid forties as we head through the afternoon thickening clouds this morning around the one shower thereafter will see the rain snow showers developing which will transition to some plain old snow showers tonight into early tomorrow is is front drives to the south east and you can see most of the accumulating snow over in west virginia rain and snow shower mixed mix transition to snow showers at night accumulating snow mainly in the mountains shake a look at the accumulations you notice roanoke lynchburg danville martinsville not much going on a little to no accumulation at all but as he head toward the western facing slopes pocahontas greenbrier county several inches likely same story far southwest virginia several inches by the time it's all said and done because the snow showers continuing in the mountains far southwest virginia winter storm warnings are up there until seven a.m. thursday today rain and snow showers develop temperatures
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forties a few snow showers tonight lows in the twenties weather impact days monday and tuesday more sunshine by mid to late week but it's getting cold highs only in the 20s and 30s overnight lows in the we do have a school announcement for you. craig county schools are closing 3 hours early today a missing three year old from fluvanna county has been found safe. authorities found haven moses after she was taken from a caretaker's house yesterday. police say her father james moses violated a protective order by taking her. he is wanted for the abduction. moses was last seen driving a light colored sedan, but could also be driving a brown ford explorer. call police if you have any information. the trial for noah thomas' mother, ashley white, is set to start this morning. white faces felony child neglect and abuse charges after leaving noah and his infant sister home alone. his body was found in a septic tank near the family's home days after he went missing. noah's father paul thomas also faces two felony charges. his trial begins march 9-th.
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are world champions. peyton manning and his team beat the carolina panthers to win their third super bowl last night. they were the underdogs going into the game but came to play. linebacker von miller was named mvp. and peyton manning is now the first starting quarterback to win the super bowl with two different teams. the crowd also enjoyed some of the biggest names in pop music. lady gaga sang the national anthem. and cold play sang with bruno mars and beyonce at half-time. new hampshire you're up. with the primary on tuesday, candidates from both sides are gearing up. latest polls show donald trump as the front runner, with marco rubio, ted cruz, jeb bush and josh kasich battling it out for second place. as for the democrats, bernie sanders is in the lead but that is shrinking. the latest polls show hillary clinton closing in on sanders. historically, new hampshire voters are known to make a decision at the last minute so it could be anyone's game come tomorrow in the nation's first primary. meteorologist leo
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today's forescast,
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rain and snow showers develop today and continue into tonight. highs
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, february 8th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." the denver broncos are super bowl champions. will peyton manning decide to go out on top? >> donald trump tries to hold off marco rubio ahead of tomorrow's high stakes primary. we will talk to them both from new hampshire. naussa is going back to mars. only on cbs, a look at the red planet. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. the denver broncos have taken super bowl 50. >> this one is for pat!
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