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may see a few snowflakes tomorrow night! a strong canadian cold front will approach the region on tuesday. ahead of that front expect a gusty southwest wind that will push temperatures well into the 50s. this cold front won t have much moisture to work with. however, as it passes tuesday evening we may see a few raindrops or even a few snowflakes fall. behind the front on wednesday it will be sharply colder, with high temperatures only in the mid- to-upper 30s, despite plenty of sunshine. but after that, we will enjoy a warming trend through the rest of the work week and into the weekend. we will climb into the upper 40s on thursday, the 50s on friday and to near 60a on saturday. however we may see some wet weather with the warm weather on saturday. we are forecasting a 40% chance for showers. and some of those could linger into early on sunday. but most of the day is looking dry.
sunshine returns for martin luther king day on monday with high temperatures in the upper 40s. sent from my iphone t newshcannel 3 following breaking news out of portsmouth -- where police are investigating an undetermined death of a two- month-old baby. officials say the call came in just after 8-30 this morning. police responded to a home on deep creek boulevard and found a baby boy unresponsive. officials say the body was taken to medical examiner to determine cause of death.
to the scene and will bring you the very latest information as it become available. a norfolk police dog - killed in the line of duty - police say by man with a gun - who barricaded himself after a fight with his wife. newschannel 3s nadeen yanes is live where it happened on land street -- just off virginia beach boulevard. nadeen what can you tell us? police have been on scene here since this stand off started nearly 24 hours ago. a tough day as these officers not only were involved in a tense stand off that ended in a shooting - but where one of their own- was killed. cover with picture of krijger for the
not raised his paw and swore and oath he is still apart of oour police family and he was doing police work when this tragedy happened norfolk police chief michael goldsmith - mourning the loss of one of his own. after k9 krijger was shot and killed after a 7 hour stand-off on land street overnight. :46 this is about asbout as d as it gets for a k9 officer to watch their partner go down in the line of duty like thisthe chief was admiant about not talking about the investigation. an investigation that started at this 6pm sunday. after a woman called saying her husband 58- year old keith richardson held her at gunpoint and threatened to kill her. when officers got to the house - the 7 hours standoff began. who is this talking? 17:27 never happen never never happen in here police say richardson had barricaded himself in the house - and that their negotiating team was able to talk to him - but that he refused to drop his weapon and surrender. police even said he came out of the house a couple times - the second time offficers say richardson had a gun - thats when police say they released krijger to take him down arrest him - and thats when richardson shot and killed the 4
police say thats when they shot him. richardsons neighbor gene strickland -had been texting him through the standoff - 56:13 i was texting back and forth with him saying you know this is not going to end well with you, please surrender he tells a different story. saying richardson wasnt threatening officers and that he was shot before krijger the k9 was killed. 58:00 they had already shot him in the leg he was already on the ground and the german shepard was eating him alive so he took the gun to his left side and shot the dog we took the conflicting story back to norfolk police - but they stand by their story that richardson shot the k9 first - before officers pulled their trigger. now there is both an internal administrative invsegitation and a criminal investigation into what happened. richardson is in the hopsital in critical condidtion - facing several
live in norfolk nadeen yanes newschannel 3 an american found dead in her italian apartment has ties to chesapeake. the tragedy is making international headlines. newschannel 3 s margaret kavanagh is live tonight in the control room. margaret you spoke to loved ones of ashley olsen. yes - they are absolutely devastated. ashley )s sister lives in chesapeake with her husband and children. they were too upset to speak to us, according to someone who answered the door of their home but we spoke to others who have meet the 35 year old woman and are in disbelief. 21:09 )oh that is a shock. an absolute shock. chesapeake resident jerry curley couldn t believe that his next door neighbor )s sister is the same person found dead in her apartment over the weekend in italy. 21:18 )we didnt put two and two together that that is who it was. ) jerry met 35 year old ashley olsen when she would come to visit her
the artist is from florida, but for the past two years was living in florence, italy - where her dad "i )ve never met anyone quite like ashley. and anyone that met her loved her. she never met anyone that didn t like her. she was just a great person all around." 21:30 )she was happy, smiley. happy go lucky italian media report ashley s death as possible strangulation. police say her boyfriend found her body on the bed of her apartment after he hadnt heard from her in two days following an argument. a family friend from florida tells me over the phone that loved ones are absolutely devastated and described ashley was a precious woman, a wonderful human being. they called this tragedy unthinkable. 21:39 )its got to be devastating for them. i know it is. i would hate to have to go through that. i know its got to be a shock for
authorities are not commenting on the cause of death until an autopsy is completed. live in the control room, mk, newschannel 3 new details -- a norfolk state university basketball player is finally out of a coma . amber brown has been in the hospital since new year s day. that )s when her teammates found her unresponsive in her dorm room. as she continues to recover -- the n-s-u community is coming together to help. at saturday nights game students walked up and down the bleachers collecting money to help cover ambers ) medical bills. at this point - amber is still in critical condition. her family tells newschannel three they believe it s diabetes-related. fundraisers will continue to be held at all home basketball games this month the lady spartans play tonight at 6. the accomack county sheriff s office is investigating after two people were found shot at the same apartment complex. police say officers were patrolling pine street apartment in onancock --when they saw several people shooting at each
according to officials an officer confronted one shooter -- and they pointed a gun in the officers direction. the officer fired one shot and the person ran away. police found a man with multiple gunshot wounds at the scene. ten minutes later police found another person who had been shot. both were taken to the hospital and released. nadir toppin was taken into custody by police and charged with reckless handling of a firearm. toppin was released on a 15-thousand- dollar bond. but police believe others were involved -- and are asking anyone with information to call the accomack county sheriff s office at 757-787- 1131. still a lot of questions today after a man was found dead in his norfolk home this weekend. police say they were called to a house in ocean view on pretty lake avenue around 12-30 saturday afternoon. that s where they found a 28-year- old who had been shot. he died at the scene. right now police are calling the death undetermined -- on the military watch --
cargo handling battalion one - participated in a three day training at naval weapons station yorktown over the weekend. according to navy officials the training helps the sailors prepare for their deployment in support of operation deep freeze in the antarctic. it is one of the military s most difficult missions because of the harsh environment. officials say once at the station,sailors will deliver fresh supplies to support the scientists and researchers living there year-round. coming up next on newschannel 3 at 4: today a man who killed someone following a skins-cowboys argument at a chesapeake bar,-- finds out just how long he will spend behind bars. plus -- the big announcement is out! newschannel 3 )s very own jessica larche is on the cover of this months womens day magazine. but now we take a look behind the scenes of the making of the article. and --the golden globes are over but we have the moment everyone is talking about! between lady gaga and leonardo
so you can love cereal... again! federal investigators and philadelphia police are looking into claims that the man who ambushed a police officer-- is a part of a bigger terror plot. greg argos reports. an anonymous tip has philadelphia police and the f- b-i on high alert? john mcnesby/president, fraternal order of police "it s-p&being investigated and taken-p&credible."source s tell c-b-s three news a woman approached an officer saturday near 60th and walnut. she told the cop 30-year- old edward archer, the alleged shooter who ambushed officer jesse hartnett thursday night is-- quote-- "part of a group that consists of three others." archer "is not the most radical
police is not over." john mcnesby/president, fraternal order of police "if he was the least radical, he was an urban terrorist. whether it was islam, isis, whether he was in this group. whatever the hell it is. this guy needs to be, these other three need to be looked at if it is credible, taken off the street and investigated."arc her is in police custody... charged with attempted murder for ambushing officer jesse hartnett thursday evening. nats of shooting the five year police department veteran is still recovering from three bullet wounds to the left arm. john mcnesby/president, fraternal order of police "today, a little groggy. i believe he )s scheduled to go into surgery tomorrow. right now, he s lucky to be alive."meanwhile the f-b-i and philadelphia police confirm they are both actively investigating this new claim... which also alleges archer and the three other men were radicalized at a west philadelphia mosque. walid dimachkie/mosque administrator "our mosque is open again to the general public. if he had come here on occasion. that is a possibility. we are not aware of that.
the f-b-i identified the suspected armed jewelry store robber in this surveillance video as abigail kemp from cobb county. authorities say she stole millions of dollars worth of jewelry...and she was wanted in multiple states, including georgia. the 24- year-old was arrested friday in smyrna, along with a man who investigators haven t identified yet. we obtained a federal affidavit that links kemp to at least six robberies in five states since april. the documents, authorities say she served as a lookout in some cases. in another robbery, she s accused of ordering store employees to the back room and zip-tying their hands. in one more, authorities say she stole more than 900- thousand dollars worth or merchandise. the eight-month spree began at a jareds store in woodstock. since then, kemp is accused of pulling off five more heists in georgia, tennessee, florida, south carolina and north carolina. we found a 2011 arrest warrant out of cobb county for kemp for battery, along with this mug shot. the f- b-i says they used her social media accounts to link a getaway vehicle in the robberies back to her. i went by
registered, but a woman at the door declined to comment. kemp made her first court appearance before a federal judge in the northern georgia district today. a big moment at the golden globes last night people are talking about today. globe for best actress for her role in american horror story. but it )s what happened on the talking. she bumped into leonardo dicaprio s arm --and check out his face! some say he was making fun of her -- others think she startled him either way , she didn t seem phased but social media is all abuzz about
singer david bowie has died following an 18- month battle with cancer. the news was posted on his official website today. bowie s relatives say he "died peacefully" sunday "surrounded by his family and friends." bowie s career spanned more than four decades. he first rose to fame in the 60 )s, and inspired the "glam rock" movement of the 70 )s. bowie had just released his 25-th album "blackstar" on friday, which was also his birthday. he was 69 years old. the notorious mexican drug lord joaquin guzman is facing extradition to the united states. police say the fugitive - better known as "el chapo" -- was recaptured on friday. they say he was hiding in this house -- but managed to run away before being stopped on a highway. el chapo s multi- billion dollar cartel has been a major supplier of illegal drugs to the u-s. he was first arrested in 1993 -- and has escaped from prison twice.
some of us hit the 70a mark yesterday, so of course we may see a few snowflakes tomorrow night! a strong canadian cold front will approach the region on tuesday. ahead of that front expect a gusty southwest wind that will push temperatures well into the 50s. this cold front won t have much moisture to work with. however, as it
see a few raindrops or even a few snowflakes fall. behind the front on wednesday it will be sharply colder, with high temperatures only in the mid- to-upper 30s, despite plenty of sunshine. but after that, we will enjoy a warming trend through the rest of the work week and into the weekend. we will climb into the upper 40s on thursday, the 50s on friday and to near 60a on saturday. however we may see some wet weather with the warm weather on saturday. we are forecasting a 40% chance for showers. and some of those could linger into early on sunday. but most of the day is looking dry. and then sunshine returns for martin luther king day on monday with high temperatures in the upper
friends and family breathed a sigh of relief. ronnie cisko killed chuck setchel in a bar fight at zino s restaurant back in 2014. surveillance video shows what went down that night. you can see cisko get up -- hit setchel -- in the throat. setchel died of a severed artery. today -- cisko s defense attorney argued that cisko never meant to kill setchel -- and asked that he serve just one year in prison. the judge said he based his decision on cisko s lengthy
and even though setchel s fiance is satisfied with the sentence -- nothing will repair her feeling of loss. in chesapeake gabriella deluca newschannel 3. a virginia teen is being hailed a hero .. fairfax county fire and rescue gave 19- year-old charlotte heffelmire the citizen lifesaving award. for saving her family from a fire. it all happened just days after thanksgiving when her father was working on his truck. the truck suddenly fell and started spilling gasoline -- igniting a fire... followed by an explosion. charlotte managed to lift the truck and save her father...before climbing into the burning vehicle and driving it out of the
police say charlotte also went inside the house to rescue the rest of her family - starting with her sister s baby. everyone made it out safely. in oregon, an unusual robbery has police on the hunt for a man who walked out of a pet store with a two foot long snake. and the whole thing was caught on camera. watch as the man puts the snake down his pants to get it out of the store. you can see the thief grabbing the snake from its cage. then he nonchalantly opens his pants and shoves it in. a few minutes later you see him waddle out of the store. the pet store owner says the snake is rare and worth
a new workout routine is one of the most popular new year s resolutions. but there is a warning if you )re planning to exercise at home. researchers from oregon state university are saying some exercise d-v-ds may not be as motivational as you think.. in a study of ten popular commercial exercise d-v- ds..researchers evaluated the imagery and motivational language used by instructors. they found statements like "say hello to your sexy six- pack" "you better be sweating" and "you should be dying right now?" to be negative because they focus on social comparison to others and not taking into account individual differences in health or fitness. which can diminish the user s hope and cause psychological
"the force awakens" held the top spot again this weekend bringing in another 41- million dollars. it just became the third best- selling move of all time. uber says it )s cutting fare prices in more than 100 cities in the u-s and canada. the move comes as the company tries to beat the "winter slump." in some cities, this is the third straight year uber has dropped prices at the start of the new year. the price cuts went into effect over the weekend, but discount amounts will vary by city. the big news is out -- newschannel 3 jessica larche being on the cover of womans day magazine! but now we are getting an exclusive behind the scenes look at the making of
when you head to the grocery or book store - you will see a familiar face on magazine stands. our very own morning anchor jessica larche is on the cover of womans day magazine for her 100-pound weight loss journey. now jessica is sharing behind- the-e-enes details from the los angeles photo shoot. nats of picture flashing we did it hampton roads! you )ve been cheering me on -- and now - ats of picture flashing my 100-pound weight loss journey is featured on the cover of womans day magazine. is this
i could not have imagined this in 2012 when a high blood pressure scare prompted me to take action. a peek inside the heart health issues -- shows a snapshot of how healthier eating and more exercize put me on a heart healthy path. nats of page flipping flip the pages - and youll be inspired by my new friends in fitness. kirsten helle - a chef from seattle --lost 103 pounds. tracie johns of west virginia now competes in fitness competitions - after losing 110 pounds. nats of behind the scenes video: 01 alright so this is behind the scenes at the shoot... tracie was first up at our photo shoot in los angeles at smashbox studio. a top notch photographer - professional lighting - nats of behind the scenes video: 22 this is hair and makeup yep, they pulled out all the stops. the hair stylist even used a cool trick - a card to help create the perfect swoop. ill be using that one in the morning. oh, there was a wardrobe department too! i tried on a few different workout looks.
gave this fun purple top and blue pants the thumbs up. then it was time to turn on the charm - and get ready for my close up. i have to admit - it was awkward at first - but i danced my way through it. each time a hair was out of place - someone was there to fix it. now isnt that the life? heres some of kirsten - striking a few poses during her session, too. seems simple - but this was an all day affair - more than eight hours on the set! by the end of the day - the three of us were exhausted - in the best way possible. when we took this photo - we had no idea the three of us - would be featured on the cover. jessica ctrl room tag: this is an experience i will never forget. i have to thank our local heart association for nominating me for this. and like the title says - just walk. this journey to losing 100 pounds - took me close to four years. one healthy meal, one workout at a time. the journey isnt easy, never perfect, but always worth it.
happen in your life, too. in the control room, jessica larche, newschannel three. some of us hit the 70a mark yesterday, so of course we may see a few snowflakes tomorrow night! a strong canadian cold front will approach the region on tuesday. ahead of that front expect a gusty southwest wind that will push temperatures well into the 50s. this cold front won t have much moisture to work with. however, as it passes tuesday evening we may see a few raindrops or even a few snowflakes fall. behind the front on wednesday it will be sharply colder, with high temperatures only in the mid- to-upper 30s, despite plenty of
but after that, we will enjoy a warming trend through the rest of the work week and into the weekend. we will climb into the upper 40s on thursday, the 50s on friday and to near 60a11 on saturday. however we may see some wet weather with the warm weather on saturday. we are forecasting a 40% chance for showers. and some of those could linger into early on sunday. but most of the day is looking dry. and then sunshine returns for martin luther king day on monday with high temperatures in
emergency crews in pennsylvania rescued a worker who got trapped in a hole at least 14-feet deep. officials say he got stuck while working on a sewer line . police say they re still not sure how it happened. rescuers managed to pull him out about two hours later. witnesses say he was conscious and talking to rescuers. officials say he was taken to the hospital for observation. it was already the biggest jackpot is u-s history... and it just got bigger! the total reaching now a one-point-four billion dollars. lottery hopefuls keep stocking up on tickets, despite staggering odds. bryan mims has the story. "let me get two more power play." by now, we ve heard all the oddball comparisons about the odds. how we )re more likely to die from a hangnail than win the powerball jackpot, or some such
nats only to be told the obvious: teri morris/bought powerball tickets "can )t win if-p&you don )t play."but that s not-pthe point. the point is: there is no point on the billboard. nats the jackpot has jumped to 1- point-3 billion -- with a "b" -- bucks. who could have imaged such a sky-high windfall? alas, the billboard is stunted at 999- mil. nats we re in uncharted territory...leadin g us all into temptation. teri morris/bought powerball tickets "and yes, i m the deacon at the church and i )m gambling."on a sunday, no less. but no one )s about to pass judgment on deacon teri morris. teri morris "the first thing i )d do is help my church."reporte r standup: the sheer size of the jackpot has drawn out the lottery novices. it )s only two dollars to play one column, so i figured, why not? the trickiest part might well be picking the numbers. let s see ... i guess i need at least one five. nats at stores around raleigh, we found first-time ticket buyers like tyler brackfield ... tyler brackfield/bought powerball tickets "they re a little too high not to, you know what i mean?" ... and his buddy pete lagattuta. reporter: "so, why did you just start playing?" pete lagattuta/bought powerball
money, you know?"reporter: "so, one billion dollars was the threshhold for you? ) pete lagattuta/bought powerball tickets "exactly."so what if there s a snowball )s chance in tahiti of winning? it s more about taking part in the collective excitement of a nation, to add your numbers to this all-american mania. nats a shot at quick riches might seem wildly materialistic, but not so fast: john burton/bought powerball tickets "i )d probably-pgive most of it away. i don t need all that money."reporter: "that s very charitable of you." john burton/bought powerball tickets "yeah, i just need enough to send my kids to college." tim dorsey/bought powerball tickets "what am i going to do with all that money?"reporter : "yeah. what would you do?" tim dorsey "enjoy my live. spend it with my kids."americans are nothing if
as kim powell reports, some officials are seeing the damage first- hand for the first time. mayor marni sawicki, cape coral : "i feel for our residents, i mean this is a frustrating time...this is their belongings..this is what they ve worked their lives for."homes destroyed... rubble covering yards... debris both high and low... the devastation of the tornado that hit cape coral saturday night is being compared to hurricane charlie. mayor marni sawicki, cape coral : "cars flipped over, a boat flipped over on a car i mean there s roofs missing...there s pretty much just trees uprooted out of the down power lines...it s just a mess.almost 24 hours after the tornado hit...1600 people in cape coral are still without power... lcec says the biggest challenge...is the tangled wires and having to rebuild the system from the ground up. we )re told several crews are
nagement : "the biggest thing is we want to get everybody back to their homes...we want to get e power ck on, the kids back in hool, d we want to make sure erybody is safe within their me.governor rick scott ured the damage day....saying what happened here...is unbelievable. gov. rick scott, florida : "this is a pretty big area it went around...you see these things ke impaled in the garage...it )s pretty scary. it broke all the windows. if somebody would have been outside...it would have killed them." the twister damaged about 180-homes -- more than a dozen of them seriously. the red cross opened a shelter for people who live in those homes. the schools in cape coral will still