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donations, after taking a hit from the latest winter storm. the items they're most in need of right now. good morning, it's just after 6 o'clock on thursday. i'm kimberly mcbroom. i'm garrett turner and i'm leo hirsbrunner. watch out for black ice early otherwise we'll see mainly sunny skies and a high around 45.
the henry county sheriff's office is looking for a missing woman. bernice proctor's car was found on old liberty drive in martinsville around 4:20 yesterday afternoon. family members told police they had not heard from her, and didn't know where she was. bloodhounds and a virginia state police helicopter were out yesterday searching. they will continue today. if you have any information, please call police. a man has been charged after a police chase in amherst county. lawrence crank was arrested late tuesday night. police say he led them on a chase after trespassing at riveredge park in madison heights. he was arrested after stopping his car near a home on winridge drive, and trying to get away on foot. he's being held without bond at the amherst adult detention facility.
and his dog are out of their home after a fire in craig county, not far from the west virginia state line. according to a volunteer assitant chief, the house on dick's creek road is a total loss. when firefighters got there last night, the walls and roof had already caved. they think the fire started in the kitchen. the man was sent to the v-a in salem to be checked out. a roanoke county firefigther says training saved his life last week. nats "activate mayday on the fire ground, a firefighter fallen through the floor" while fighting a fire last week on green hill drive, firefighter and paramedic robert mauck fell through two floors and was hanging upside down. after following standard prodecures from his training, mauck says he was able to set himself free. minutes later, a crew came to the rescue. roanoke county firefighter and paramedic robert mauck: "i just looked up to the sky and i just thank god for letting me make it. i'm a human being like i said, it's wonderful thing, i'm a blessed man." mauck only suffered some bruising. soon though, he'll no longer be fighting fires. in two-weeks he starts his new job as
back into the banks and everything get back to normal temperatures starting off twenties low thirties this morning will be warming up to around thirty nine degrees around the one shower highs today low to mid 40s an and overnight. once again we dropping down into the twenties now here's what's can a go on for next week we were frontal boundary that's can a move through it's can a stall out bring us some plain old rain showers an and all computer models indicating that we will get a strong low-pressure center to develop along that stationary boundary and then start to ride up toward the north does it stay close to the what is a move a little farther off the coast that will help drag down some colder air and change the rain over to snow all the computer model still all over the place on this from with rain or snow so we have to work on away just beware by say next wednesday we do have the potential we could see some wintry weather moving back in today. nothing like that worry about just mostly sunny pleasant high temperatures in the low to mid forties a little warmer toward martinsville and the danville
chilly lows in the twenties and your first alert wtvj seven day planner not is cold friday nearing 50 saturday and sunday low sixties we will see more clouds is you had through the we can but still warm and then monday tuesday some plain old rain showers builds in with that we could transition over to snow on wednesday time will tell exactly was some local shelters and there's never a better time to give than now. wdbj7's noell saunders has the story. "i think we all rely on the community support that we recieve. it's vital to our operation" the salvation army feeds over 100 people a day. many of them are women and children from the domestic violence shelter turning point. social services director jamie starkey says the biggest need comes when children aren't in the classroom. "we depend on the school to provide for children when they are in school so when the children are out of school for s snow day that causes an increased need for food supply here" starkey says weather has played a
donations this year. also, the salvation army's red kettle campaign didn't do well last year. that's their number one source of funding. "the money that comes from the red kettle campaign. we depend on it to set our operating budget for the year" pasta, canned goods, snacks are among the food items needed. "we haven't seen the dire circumstance of feeling like we are not going to be able to feed people but certainly it is a blessing to us when the community comes forward to help us supplement that food supply" noell saunders, wdbj7 we have information on how to donate to the salvation army on wdbj7.com. happening today: some local churches are getting together for a gospel sing in botetourt county. four church choirs are gathering at the historic slave dwellings at greenfield preston plantation at noon. they plan to honor the people who lived, worked, and died there.
county's plan to move the buildings to make way for an industrial park. today's event is open to the public, and will include singing and praying. kids don't always like to brush their teeth. as a result, tooth decay in children is a major health problem. february is national children's dental health month. dr. robert delarosa is the president of the american academy of pediatric dentistry. for this week's early years, we asked him how big a problem tooth decay for children in our area. dr. robert delarosa:acco rding to the virginia oral health coalition, tooth decay is the number one chronic disease among your children, school- age children, and it causes over a million missed school hours a year. now compute that nationally, that's 51 million school hours missed a year. so it is a really signficant disease. dr. robert delarosa:our message is two minutes twice a day with the brushing, and also with our mouth monsters campaign, you can really get some other helpful tips on how to make it fun. we want to make tooth brushing less of a chore, and more of an activity. i'm the
was a game. we had both the kids in the bathroom at the same. we'd brush my daughter's teeth and we'd brush my son's teeth. you really want to make it an engaged amount of fun. there are a lot of products out there that have timers and play music, so, you want to make it less of a chore and more of an activity. and don't forget, once teeth come in , if they're touching, you're not really going to be able to brush them. you want to make sure we're flossing our teeth. and then finally, kimberly, we want that dental home established by age one.so by the time your children reach the age of one, we want to have that ongoing professional relationship with our families to help prevent that dreadful disease of dental decay. for more tips on preventing child tooth decay and making dental care fun, you'll find a link at wdbj7-dot-com. just click on this story, after the newscast. there's a backup on i-81 in wythe county because of an accident. what you need to know about that and other traffic alerts, next in your i- hometown traffic
mornin. today with highs around 45 with warmer weather for the weekend. a tractor-trailer accident is causing a two-mile backup on i-81 in wythe county. all northbound lanes are closed near exit 86. the southbound lanes are now open. there is a tractor- trailer detour and a separate one for regular traffic. we have more information on those detours on wdbj7- dot-com.
accident to tell you about on route four-60 in botetourt county. one westbound lane is blocked near route six-16, which is between blue ridge and bonsack. a stretch of foster road in bedford county is closed now because of flooding. avoid the area from quarles road to nester road. route six-40 east is also blocked in botetourt county. you can't drive there from roanoke road to lee highway. there's now a chance for you to get up close and personal with the nation's first president. some historic artifacts from the life of george washington are now on display right here in southwest virginia. wdbj-7's shayne dwyer is live this morning at the taubman museum of art in downtown roanoke with a look at some of the items. good morning shayne. good morning garrett. these are pieces that you really don't get to see everyday. with me this morning is amy moorefield of the taubman museum. amy what went into curating this exhibit and where did the pieces come from? how big of a get was this for the taubman, and how does this help the
tech campus not much going on right at the freezing mark feels like it's twenty five though with a northwest wind around eight miles an hour visibility. not an issue whatsoever we should see a good amount of sunshine across the virginia tech campus snow showers up toward the northeast a few fairweather clouds in our region and that is about it you riding your bike you want to dress accordingly warm up this morning be bundle up this morning is was starting off twenties and thirties we will warm up until low to mid forties as we head through the afternoon to see most of the clouds a row today giving most locations mainly sunny conditions same story on friday over the weekend notes a few more clouds begin to enter the region but other than that we are looking pretty nice mostly sunny pleasant temperature upper thirties 30s low to mid 40s martinsville and danville would talk about upper forties or so head out tonight partly cloudy chilly temperatures in the low to mid twenties throughout the area so my have some black ice tomorrow morning seven day planner sunday would talking low 60s across the area more clouds
monday and tuesday some showers that will transition possibly into some snow on wednesday is temperatures start to take a tumble the already begun, with northside coming-in as one of the hottest teams in the area. zac glover catches up with the vikings, in this week's edition of hometown hoops weekly. zac glover: the northside basketball team can beat you in a many ways. with guards that can both drive and shoot, and with the power of a boogie basham down low, the vikings polished off a dominant regular season at 21-1 on the year. carlos "boogie" basham, northside senior forward: "it's been a good season. you know, the record is good, and plus, the work that we put in, in the offseason, and at practice and everything. everything is going good." kendrick tucker, northside senior guard: "whoever you get the ball to, you know that they're capable of making a good play. so just from the depth of the bench, and everybody being able to play and compete when they step out
zac glover: winning can certainly make things fun, but the vikings say it's not just the end result on the scoreboard that has made this year memorable. bill pope, northside head coach: "beyond all these things that everyone can see from the stands, i think our strength is that these guys really love to play basketball, and really care about each other." kendrick tucker: "off and on the court, we're just like a big group of brothers. just enjoying each other's company, we talk to each other every day, and it's just like a big family." zac glover: and even though northside hasn't lost a game since early december, they're still looking for ways to improve heading into the playoffs. bill pope: "you have to keep getting better. there's little things that you can tweak and get better at, and those little things might turn into big things." kendrick tucker: "just continue to be true to what we do, and that's just share the ball, hustle on defense, just continue to battle at practice, and don't change anything. just stay consistent." zac glover: and the vikings are hoping that consistency can earn head coach, bill pope, his first state championship in more than 30 years on the sidelines at northside. carlos basham: "it would be good, just to be the first ones to do, and plus, get him his first one. that would mean a lot." kendrick tucker: "every time you come into practice, you see those two big
the wall for winning it would mean a lot for us." bill pope: "this team is a special team. they're special, not just because they're good at what they do, but who they are." zac glover: in roanoke, zac glover, hometown hoops weekly. leaders of an athletic organization in lexington are trying to keep our kids active by giving them more space to play sports. w-d-b-j-7's khiree stewart tells us about a project hoping to make a difference. "you look at other facilities and you say 'why don't we have that here?'" members of the rockbridge area recreation organization are a step closer to making it happen. executive director john trudgeon says athletes have a limited amount of space to practice,. they're planning to extend their practice fields at the brewbaker field complex on this 2 acres of land. "there will be a baseball diamond so there will be baseball practices held there and there will be lacrosse practices in the spring time, soccer practices in the fall. probably even some football practices as well." on top of that, he says they'll also construct a chain
the project will cost around 180- thousand dollars. aside from grants, 50-thousand will come from the city of lexington and rockbridge county through their capital improvements plan. they're planning to start a fundraising campaign later this year. "there are more interest in using facilities then there are to use. so, there's been a lot of cooperation." right now, he says they're in the process of getting the city to accept their plan. trudgeon hopes it's a home run the local athletes. "i think this is just a small step in the right direction." "we're strapped and we've been strapped and this is going to be a significant addition to what we already have." khiree stewart, wdbj7 if approved, trudgeon says construction could begin later this year, and he expects the field to be complete in fall of next year. it's some views of
nasa is sharing some new pictures of earth taken from the internatinal space station. astronaut scott kelly is almost finished with his year-long stay aboard the space station. but before he goes, he's sharing these amazing views of our planet. he posted them on his twitter page earlier this week. the pictures show a snow-covered region, green and blue seas, orange sands and a yellow desert. kelly is scheduled to come back home next month so, a deer walks into an abc store. sounds like the opening line of a joke, right? except this was for real! it happened at the abc store in clifton forge. the virginia abc posted about it on its facebook page with these pics. the post says the doe pushed open the door and headed straight toward the bourbon aisle. we posted this on our facebook last night and it's already
hundred shares already. apple's not giving in to the government's demand to unlock the i-phone of one of the san bernardino shooters. why the battle could end up in the supreme court. in case you missed it, highlights are just ahead of virginia tech's loss to 11th ranked miami. what that means for it's march madness aspirations. and, if you're looking to clean out your closet, there's an event happening this weekend where you can earn some cash and help out some
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with apple...as its encryption battle with the government unfolds. in a series of tweets company's chief ed the validity of a court apple to help unlock the i-phone of san bernardino shooter, syed farook... ...saying the move could set a troubling precedent. some i-phone users flocked to this san francisco apple store wednesday to voice their support. (sot cindy cohn/ electronic frontier foundation) we understand that they're standing up for us, and we appreciate them standing up for us. farook and his wife killed 14 people in the december shooting rampage. farook's work- issued i-phone 5c was found in the couple's getaway car. federal investigators want to break farook's passcode but first need apple to create software that would disable the phone's auto erase feature- which would protect any data about the attack. mandy pifer, whose fiance died in the attack, calls it common sense: (sot mandy pifer/ victim's fiance) i would be outraged if in the future it was used in other ways but this is
in a statement - federal authorities maintained the order and request were only for farook's phone. still - apple ceo tim cook says complying would have chilling consequences. the company plans to appeal as early as next week and is prepared to take its fight to the supreme court. don champion cbs news. republican presidential candidates are making thier final cases to voters ahead of south carolina's primary on saturday. a town hall was held on c-n-n last night with ben carson, ted cruz and marco rubio sharing the limelight. dr. ben carson: "what we really need are people who know how to solve problems, not people who know sen. ted cruz: "we on religious liberties. president who will those values." have 15 years of experience of turning conservative ideas into conservative action." just in time for saturday's primary, south carolina's governor announced
publicly endorsing marco rubio for the nomination. each of the gop candidates are battling donald trump, who has a sizeable lead in south carolina polls. trump will participate in a second c-n-n town hall tonight, along with jeb bush and john kasich. we're weeks away from virginia's march 1st primary and the candidate tv ads are starting to pour in. hillary clinton's ads are running in the commonwealth. clinton is enjoying a lead in virginia polls against opponent bernie sanders. but in saturday's caucuses in nevada, it's a dead heat between the two democratic candidates. ((cold toss w/stinger)) warming up we'll see that snow just melt away but each morning this morning and again tomorrow morning watch upper some areas of black ice reason why you
flows across the roads and again temperatures overnight they drop below freezing some that could refreeze thirty with bill thirty two blacksburg thirty three ronald lynchburg twenty five hot springs twenty three and then danville coming in at twenty seven some snow showers say pennsylvania new york up toward main for our area maybe a flurry or two toward pocahontas greenbrier county but everyone else will fairweather clouds here and there and that is about it flood warnings continue along the dan river in south boston minor flooding and also along the roanoke river in randolph also now seeing some minor flooding there were seeing some moderate flooding but the rivers continue to receive and now be the case over the next twenty four hours into the roanoke river latest observation twenty three. eight feet flood stages twenty one feet so above that but it arty down from its crest at twenty four. one feet early this morning over toward the dan river in south boston your twenty three feet you to crest around twenty three and happy and then start to recede as we head through the afternoon so
back to normal today forty five a look45 the with of the weekend back up until low 60s get out and enjoy today more like the low to mid 40s still better than earlier the we can the weekend but not as warm as what we seeing high-pressure and control pushes the jet stream back up to the north and that's allowing that warm air from the south to build back into the region and that's why saturday and sunday will be in the low 60s. but will start see more clouds drifting in you forecast across the area would talk about mostly sunny skies today pleasant conditions highs upper thirties low to mid forties a little warmer martinsville and danville head out tonight partly cloudy chilly some of that melt will refreeze overnight watch out for that tomorrow morning lows in the 20s and your first alert wtvj seven day planner where fifty on friday sixty one saturday and sunday gorgeous more clouds over warmer and it is you had toward monday and tuesday some rain showers move back in wednesday maybe transitioning back to some snow we have to
will be dropping back carrying the pope. the italian airline carrying pope francis' entourage to mexico city said that the crew onboard noticed a laser beam as the plane prepared to land. officials say the plane landed safely and no crew members or passengers were hurt. pointing lasers at planes can blind the pilots flying the aircraftand increase the chance of crashes. guns will be allowed in classrooms at the university of texas at austin next school year. that's according to guidelines that comply with a state law. it allows concealed handgun license holders to bring their weapons into classrooms. the school's president says he doesn't believe guns belong on campus, but state law requires public universities to allow them, starting august 1st. he called the law, "the biggest challenge to his presidency to date." some giles county landowners against the mountain valley pipeline project have taken their case to the virginia supreme court. justices heard an appeal by the appalachian mountain advocates on wednesday. that group is questioning a law that lets pipeline
property under eminent domain. they previously prevented mountain valley pipeline from entering private property in west virginia. justices could rule on the case in a month to six weeks. maryland is appealing a ruling that allows dominion virginia power to drain 215-million gallons of treated water from coal ash ponds just south of washington dc into a creek that flows into the potomac river. maryland's governor wants a judge in richmond to review the approval virginia granted last month. dominion's plan is part of a larger effort to comply with a nationwide environmental protection agency mandate to safely dispose of coal ash. dominion says the groundwater will be monitored. america's national parks are becoming very popular vacation destinations. new numbers show more people visited national park sites in 2015 than ever before. parks across the country hosted a record-breaking 3- hundred 7-million visits. the most popular spot was the great smoky mountains with more than 10- million visits in 20- 15. the grand canyon hosted 5-million
yellowstone and the rocky mountains each saw more than 4-million. in august, the national park services will celebrate its centennial anniversary. for your mornin' sports catch up, virginia tech went to south beach to play 11 ranked miami. tech like all college basketball teams is trying to earn a march madness berth but it be a tall task with a 13-13 record. they'll need to win this game and basically all the others. the good thing was tech started out hot specifically kerry blakershear willing the 2 point bucket. and then here with the pick and roll. the hokies were up 22-21 going into the second half. but then there was the bad hokie....angel rodriguez got going. a steal here and the fnish, a drive here acrobatic finish, and a three point here with the splish, splash finish. the problem for the hokies were the missed baskets. tech shot a season low 29-point-6 percent and when you miss shots on
miami rolls 65-49. tech will play florida state this saturday. in tonight's hometown health, the medical community is realizing the increasing benefits of bloodless surgery. surgeries involving blood transfusions are known to carry serious risks. doctors who perform bloodless procedures use hormones and iron infusions to boost the patient's own red blood cells. dr. sherri ozawa/clinical director of the institute for patient blood management and bloodless surgery and medicine at englewood hospital) there are all of these things we can do to make patients healthier, again to reduce the amount of blood they lost, to make surgery safer. and these patients actually did better, the surgery was originally developed to accommodate patients who don't believe in blood transfusions for religious reasons. medical experts say bloodless surgery should be considered for any type of surgery that has been traditionally associated with transfusions. it's still pretty cold out there this morning, and you could still run into some icy patches on the roads. we'll tell you everything you need to lok out for, next in your i-hometown traffic report. we're live at the taubman museum of art this morning with a look at a special presidential exhibit. if you're a history buff you won't want
break. watch out for black ice early otherwise we'll see mainly sunny skies and a high around 45. i-81 north is shut down near exit 86 in wythe county because of a tractor- trailer accident. there is a tractor- trailer detour and a separate one for regular traffic. we have more information on those detours on wdbj7- dot-com. we have another accident to tell you about on route four-60 in botetourt county. one westbound lane is blocked near route six-16, which is between blue ridge and bonsack. there's about a mile-long backup there now. a stretch of foster road in bedford county is closed now because of flooding. avoid the area from quarles road to nester road. route six-40 east is also blocked in botetourt county. you can't drive there
to lee highway. how many times have you worn a formal or cocktail dress, only to hang it in your closet and never look at it again? that's a waste of a perfectly nice dress, not to mention money. this weekend, you can drop off those items and help girls in our area find the dresses they need for homecoming or prom. here to talk more about cinderella's closet is arielle rosmarino, who's the marketing director at proms, pageants, and pretty things. good morning, is this one of the dresses that'll be sold this weekend? kimberly mcbroom/wdbj7: how will this weekend's sale work? kimberly mcbroom/wdbj7:
some of president george washington's personal items have made their way to roanoke for a special exhibit at the taubman museum of art. this special exhibit runs through the summer and provides an up-close look at one of the nation's most influential people. wdbj-7's shayne dwyer is live at the taubman museum of art in downtown roanoke this morning to tell us more about it. good morning shayne. good morning garrett. if you're a washington fan this truly is one-stop shopping. with me this morning is amy moorefield of the taubman museum amy why should
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delivered in two minutes-- -guaranteed. -(click) youdamages starting off right around thirty three ronald right now forty five alanna twenty four chicago new york city reporting a temperature at this hour of twenty nine where live in bedford bedford middle school with our weather bug site their temperature 32 alight southerly breeze coming in at five miles per our just a few fairweather clouds couple flurries northern virginia most of it up toward new york pennsylvania and especially up toward parts of maine in new england other than that not much going on
throughout the afternoon high temperatures topping on the mid forties by the one shower we should be in the upper thirties to low forties 40s and then all eyes go to next week after weekend in the 60s will have some cold air sliding back down we do have a storm system developing would have a front moves through monday tuesday can a stall out and a low-pressure center will be riding along that front system gets a little bit closer to our area the cold air will not be allowed in here so will be mainly a rain event but it does move a little farther to our east that will allow some cold air to slide in we could go from that rain to us snow mixed and then we have to watch that but still several days way track up in the air but just be aware that maybe by midweek of next week we could see some wintry weather moving back into the region time will tell but depending on that track you forecast across the area today would talking mostly sunny pleasant temperatures in the upper thirties low to mid 40s a little warmer martinsville and danville tonight partly cloudy chilly
first alert wtvj seven day planner fifty on friday low sixties saturday and sunday would more clouds filtering and monday into tuesday some rain showers better chance a rain early wednesday but does that change over to snow time will tell was, temperatures, plummet into low stories: a missing woman in henry county has been found. bernice proctor's car was found on old liberty drive in martinsville around 4:20 yesterday. family members told police they had not heard from her, where she was. she was found in a her car around 4 this morning. the hospital and is being treated for hypothernia and dehydration. this week's rough weather has taken its toll on the food supply at some local shelters. one of them is the salvation army. the salvation army feeds over 100 people a day. many of them are women and children from the domestic violence shelter, turning point. the organization needs pasta, canned goods, snacks and other items for their food pantry. we have information on how to donate to the salvation army on wdbj7.com. the fierce debate between silicon valley and the
heating up this morning. apple is refusing to comply with a court order to unlock the i-phone belonging to one of the san bernardino shooters. now google is standing with the company. in a series of tweets last night, google's chief evecutive questioned the court order, saying the move could set a troubling precedent. federal investigators want to break into the phone because it was found in the shooter's getaway car. apple's ceo says the company will take the case all the way to the supreme court if necessary. after the break,
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how about this? seven marathon on seven continents in seven days! a single mom who is the first american woman to complete this daunting challenge. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. this has not been a typically race by any sense and i don't think anyone is surprised that donald is threaten to sue people. he has done that most of his adult life. >> slugging it out in south carolina. >> he didn't doesn't have one public endorsement from the senate. think of it. hard to believe. >> major endorse from south carolina governor nikki haley. are you feeling the markomemtunm? >> i like that. >> president obama is planning a trip to cuba next month. he'll be the first sitting president to make a state visit to cuba in nearly 90 years. >> hollywood pressbyterian medical center attacked by hackers.