tv News Channel 3 News at 500 CBS January 11, 2016 5:00pm-5:30pm EST
welcome to newschannel three at 5 - i m les smith. and i m barbara ciara. a norfolk police dog - a member of the force - killed in the line of duty. 4-year-old kriiger was shot by an armed suspect who barricaded himself in a house overnight. newschannel 3s nadeen yanes is live on land street - where the stand off ended. thats right guys - police say it started as fight between a husband and wife at this house - and ended in an officer involved shooting - a shooting that left one of their own - dead. today newschannel three - norfolk s chief of police spoke exclusively about this loss. 40:46 this is as about as bad as it gets for a k9 officer to watch their partner go down in the line of duty like this its 4-year-old
now the norfolk police department is mourning this k9 officers death. chief michael goldsmith - spoke only to newschannel 3 about the loss. 41:01 it was tight situation out there any way and to see the dog go down its a tough thing to deal with that tight situation being a tense 7 hour long stand off between police and 58 year old keith richardson. police say it started after - a fight with his wife. she called 911 saying richardson held her at gunpoint and was trying to kill her. police say when they got there - he barricaded himself in the house. eventually richardson came out of the house with a gun - according to police - and thats when they released krijger on him to take him down. police say richardson shot and killed the dog. thats when police say they shot back - hitting but not killing richardson. gene strickland says everything ended in his driveway. 00:57 we saw all of it that was in my driveway hes richardsons neighbor and friend and says polices version of the
strickland says he saw police shoot richardson first - and then released the dog. 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 58:19 so police fired before he shot the dog? yes - yes so i wanted to ask the chief about the conflicting facts in the story - but he was admimant - about not talking about the investigation today - since its ongoing. but a norfolk police spokespoerson says they are confident richardson fired his gun first. several felony charges - and could face more. nadeen yanes newschannel 3. the chill is in the air over downtown norfolk tonight - but could we soon see snow? let s check in with chief tracking it from the live vipir
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 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.
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 40s. now is the time to be vipir ready with the newschannel three app. snow right from your smartphone or tablet. download the free app today - by heading to wtkr dot com slash apps. chesapeake is turning to technology to keep unwanted their city parks when they close
newschannel 3s todd corillo is live at elizabeth river park with the story - new at 5. you can see cameras right behind me here - these are video cameras of a 360 view of the park in some other parks - chesapeake has installed motion still cameras - the idea - make sure these parks stay safe - even at night. up on a pole - or on the side of a building - chesapeake is turning to cameras to keep folks safe in city parks 10:57:07-10:57:21 14 there are actually two kinds of systems in play right now. parks manager kevin kaul says these flash cameras installed in deep creek and
10:57:38-10:57:48 10 those cameras are activated on motion. the other system is video cameras in the newly reopened elizabeth river park the 360 degree fish eye lens has already helped the city save money. 10:56:45-10:56:58 13 chesapeake hopes to expand the camera systems to all their parks based on how they fare in the first three. these video cameras are also what chesapeake uses in its community centers. live in chesapeake - todd corillo - newschannel 3. portsmouth police are working to find out how a two-
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. the child s body was taken to medical examiner to determine cause of death. right now we have a crew gathering more details. look for any updates right here on newschannel three. now to a story that s making international headlines. tonight a chesapeake woman is grieving the loss of her sister -- who was found dead in her italian apartment. newschannel 3 s margaret kavanagh is live tonight in the control room. margaret you spoke with the victim )s loved ones. needless to say they re heartbroken. ashley olsen s sister lives in chesapeake. the american artist was found dead over the weekend and italian police are working to find her killer. ashley would take trips to hampton roads to visit her sister, according to family friends. 35 year old ashley olsen was found dead in her apartment in
strangulation, according to italian media reports. 21:09 )oh that is a shock. an absolute shock. jerry curley only met his next door neighbor s sister a handful of times but was stunned to her she was found dead. ashley )s sister lives in chesapeake. the 35 year old would take trips to hampton roads to visit her sister, according to family friends. 21:30 )she was happy, smiley. happy go lucky ashleys friends in florida can t believe what has happened to her. "i )ve never met anyone quite like ashley. she had her special spark. and anyone that met her loved her. she never met she was just a great person all the artist is from florida, but for the past two years has been living in florence, italy - where her dad is a professor. 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. staci kelly/friend of ashley olsen "i can t imagine what she went through. you know, no one deserves to go through that. so i just... whoever did this to her i hope that they get what )s coming to them,
she was just, just the best person. and i shocked that this is ened to someone i know. )s just horrific." family friend in florida lls me over the phone that loved ones are absolutely devastated and described ashley was a precious woman, a wonderful daughter, sister and a beautiful 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 them. cnn is reporting that the investigators working to solve this crime -- are some of the same ones that worked the case involving amanda knox. she was the american student studying aboard convicted of killing her roommate. but then got acquitted of the crime. that case also made international headlines. people are drawing parallels to the two cases. so far - no one has been arrested in ashley olsen )s case. live in the control room, mk newschannel 3 right now - the american red cross needs you to take action - and give the gift of life.
urgent need for blood and platelet donors. it believes hectic holiday schedules over the past two months likely contributed to fewer blood drives and donations. there will be several blood drives happening throughout hampton roads this month. to find out where you can donate - head to wtkr dot com and search "red cross". new at 5 - students and staff at a virginia beach school had a look into the past. the folks at north landing elementary opened up a time capsule - that was hidden away since 19-91. inside that time capsules? a 25- year-old old t-v guide - a class roster and a magazine with the late actor patrick swayze on the cover.
disappointed you didn t win the powerball jackpot over the weekend? don )t be. lottery officials say the estimated one-point-four billion dollar prize is the world )s largest -- ever. as sara belsole tells us it has people dreaming big. the drawing isn t for another three days, but people are already lining up to test their luck. nats after all, who can resist the temptation of winning at least 1.3 billion dollars? todd doering/bought powerball ticket "1.3 billion, i don t know haha you can t even comprehend it yeah yeah." so let s break it down/ if you win, you could buy about 18 g6 jets, about 2,000 ferraris or you cavaliers. now that?s a lot of cash. todd doering/bought powerball ticket "it would put lebron james to shame it?s unbelievable." but some say they would put the money to more charitable use. lucretia callen/bought powerball ticket "i would first help my family out but then i want to pick somebody that really, really needs
powerball is now so big even the billboards can )t handle it. these billboards don )t even say billion on them and they only go up to 999 million." nats some are already winners. pat darling cashed in on saturday s-p&ticket. nats "you )ve got $100 dollars." one hundred dollars for matching three numbers. "13 was the powerball, 13, 19, 16 were all numbers." pat darling/bought powerball ticket "my wife said, you couldn )t get the last two?" feeling more confident this time, pat is using some of his winnings to play again. reporter: "do you think you re going to be lucky again?" "i hope so." a lot of hoping, wishing and waiting... to see who will the world )s next billionaire.
although no one matched all six numbers in this weekend s powerball drawing - there were some winners - like mathew brewer. he bought a ticket worth 1-million dollars from the "convenience on the go" store in suffolk. he picked up his check today. brewers says quote: )it would have been nice to win the whole thing, but im not going to argue with this." - end quote. and did you know - that if you hit the jackpot - you can t keep your big win a secret? the rule applies in most states - including virginia and north carolina. so if you re trying to keep your lottery win a secret from long lost family members - who may come-a- knocking - good luck. only six states - like maryland and south carolina allow winners to be anonymous. you are probably more likely to have a new talking car - than winning the powerball.
transportation the new safety technology could soon be in all new cars sold in the u-s. kris van cleave joins us from the north american international auto show in detroit. nats: beep beepequipping the country s cars and trucks with so called v-2-v communication will essentially allow vehicles to see each other and warn of a potential danger well before a driver sees it... transportation secretary anthony foxx: 13:15:44 sot our goal is to see this technology put in place as soon as possible. gfx2-in the newly proposed rule will call for standard v-2-v technology to phased in over a period of years, but still must clear administrative hurdles and a public comment period. gfx3-in v-2-v uses technology similar to wifi allowing cars in close proximity to share information like speed and direction several times a second-allowing the car to warn a driver before changing lanes or about a harzard ahead...already some cars come with blind spot detection and automatic breaking to prevent some collisions. gfx3-out vo- dot material v-2-v enabled
communicate with infastructre like stop lights letting drivers know how long until an upcoming light changes. jamie kitman is new york bureau chief for automobile magazine. he agrees it )s lifesaving technology, but believes it will be a number of years before issues like security against hacking and privacy are fully addressed. sot - kitman 10:31:39 you are going to be able to be tracked like never been tracked before. kvc oc close pipe 3 7:35:45 the auto industry is expected to support the new regulation.. early cost estimates on v2v technology put it at about one hundred dollars per vehicle but that is expected to drop as time goes on. kvc, cbs news, detroit michigan. many local college students headed back to class today. earlier today students at tidewater community college braved the colder weather as they walked around campus. they could be walking to class in snow tomorrow.
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 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.
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 the upper
in los angeles is up for sale according to playboy enterprises. the property and home to hugh hefner is listed for 2-hundred million dollars. but according to the ceo of playboy enterprises - hefner still plans to stay in the house. the property was built in 1927 and purchased by playboy in 1971 for more than a million bucks. the 5-acre property features 29 rooms, a game house, home theater and the famous swimming pool. ahead on newschannel three - right now the president is preparing for his final state of the union address. but it )s expected to be one - most