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to it -- vipir radar is tracking a big drop in temperatures and rain for the weekend. welcome to newschannel three at 4 - i )m beverly kidd. i m barbara ciara. let s get right to chief meterologist patrick rockey to see when exactly the rain will move in. weather tracking rain, then a gradual drop in our temperatures....a s we move through our friday night, have your umbrella handy. we )re tracking a good chance of rain, courtesy of an area of low pressure moving up the coast from the south. this low will spread heavy rain in some spots, capable of producing flooding in typical flood prone areas.
possible as well, which could produce gusty winds. otherwise, expect cloudy skies with low temperatures in the upper 40s. most of the rain will be out of here overnight tonight into early saturday morning. in fact, for most of saturday, we )ll see-p&-p&- partly cloudy skies. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. a cold front moves in saturday, causing our highs to drop into the upper 40s by sunday. now, talking about sunday, expect mostly cloudy skies and a few showers. we )ll start to see a bit more sun monday and tuesday, but it won t be warm at all. high
the mid 30s! enjoy your weekend! new details tonight about yesterday s double homicide in newport news. police have identified the two men shot to death -- and are calling the man charged with their murder -- a dangerous -- ruthless suspect. chief richard myers spoke about the incident this morning. newschannel 3 s kelly rule was there -- and has the latest. the man police are calling a suspect in a double-homicide yesterday -- shot his gun while running from newport news police officers -- and refused to listen to their commands. that s according to chief richard myers -- 26;30 i think that we celebrate that we got a dangerous person off the street chief myers says it all happened -- in a matter of minutes. police were called to 14th street and wickham avenue for a car accident -- they quickly called it
officers found this silver van crashed into a parked pick-up truck -- and two men -- 30-year-old quinton kelly and 38-year-old cadre grey dead inside.. police say they were able to get a description of two men possibly responsible -- leaving the scene. a sergeant found an armed man matching one of their descriptions a short walk away on roanoake avenue -- waving his firearm. he wouldn )t listen to the sergeant )s commands -- so the sergeant shot him. the man continued to run away -- and according to police -- shot his gun in an unknown direction. a patrol officer arrived -- telling the man to drop his weapon and surrender -- and he wouldn t -- so she shot the man as well. 24;22 the suspect went down and the officer and the sergeant took the suspect into the custody police say two guns were found in the area of where the man fell. he was taken to the hospital -- and is expected to be released to face charges in a few days including two counts of first degree murder. . both
leave. 00;48;28 now police say a city manager has approved overtime for their officers so they will have extra patrols throughout the city of newport news tonight. and they are asking anyone who has any information about that second suspect )s whereabouts or any additional information on what happened yesterday -- to take action and call the crime line at 1-triple8- lock-u-up. in newport news, kelly rule, newschannel 3. breaking news -- where heavy trading pushed down numbers big time! shortly after the opening bell on wall street today the dow plunged more than 500 points. this all happened within the first ten minutes of trading. the price of oil dropped below thirty dollars a barrel today. it )s trading at the lowest level since 2003. a big sell-off of stocks in china also drove investor fears worldwide. at the closing let s
numbers. new at 4 -- the tractor trailer that crashed on the chesapeake bay bridge tunnel and went into the bay was removed this afternoon. officials tell newschannel 3, the tractor trailer was pulled from the water this afternoon and is now on a barge. but officials say the tractor trailer s container has not yet-p&been located. this is video from earlier this month when police say 33- year-old matthew killmon was driving the truck on the c-
crashed into the bay. killom was rescued and flown to the hospital and is expected to be okay. new details -- we now know the identity of the person who was found dead in a ditch in chesapeake. police identified the man as 62- year-old james crawford junior. officials say his family reported him missing six days ago. his body was found yesterday morning in a ditch on cedar road. right now-- police tell us his death is not suspicious at this time-- but they are still investigating. neighbors say a father -- his daughter -- and two others -- were arrested after police found - what they say- is a meth lab inside a norfolk home. newschannel 3 s nadeen yanes went back to the neighborhood to get reaction from those who live nearby. guys -- everyone in the neighborhood tell me they knew who they say was the father and daughter who lived in the forrest park home -- busted last night for a meth lab. many of those neighbors also tell me they -- suspected this bust was coming
two red signs -- condemning this forrest park home in noolk. after norfolk police -- state police -- the fire department and the dea -- find what they call a meth lab inside. 56:25 we saw the street blocked and the dea and hazmat arresting 49 year old richard billups -- 23 year old ashly billups --28 year old kyle harris and 30 yera old justin long. 51:51 as much as people dont want to talk to you about it everyone knew it was going to happen eventually ian glover told newschannel 3 what many neighbors said off camera -- that the activity happening in and out of this house - was the talk of the neighborhood. 51:41 id work every day so id only get like 1 or 2 days off but on my days off there was always in and out traffic all day everyday so glover grew up with ashley billups -- and says her father richard billups -- who many in this neighborhood knew as ricky -- was a nice who started acting differently. 52:22 a couple of years ago noticed it went from rick mowing lawns and being the
lawns and talking to himself and getting weird but neighbor lucy tackett -- never noticed it. 55:51 very shocked rick is a great neighbor a nice guy he would do anything in the world for you anything you ask and we are just very sad about the situation hes a very nice guy but hes just gotten to a bad place and we are hoping that he would find his way out police could not confirm to us richard and ashley were father or daughter -- or what was the relationship with the other two men arrested. however police did say vice and narcotics investigators were following up on a lead - and were serving a search warrant -- to what they call a dangerous discovery. all four suspects are in jail -- and are facing several felony charges including manufacturing meth -- possession of meth and maintaining a nuisance drug house. coming up at 5 you )ll hear from friends of the suspects -- who tell me they would have meth. nadeen yanes newschannel 3. on the military watch -- the coast guard is searching for 12 people -- after two military choppers collided in hawaii.
two c-h-53 helicopters are missing. it happened off the north shore of oahu late last night. witnesses in the area reported hearing a loud boom over the water and saw a big flare in the sky. officials say searchers have spotted a fire and a debris field, including an empty life raft. the u-s coast guard is searching for survivors. new details -- on a man who was found murdered inside a mobile home earlier this week. police have identified the man as as 59- year-old clifton ewell. friends found him dead in his mobile home yesterday. police say he had signs of trauma to his body. officials at this time they have not identifed a a suspect or a motive. coming up next on newschannel 3 at 4 -- deadbeats beware -- a new program is "outing" deadbeat parents. how one state is using social media and the internet to take public shaming to a (whole new level (. plus - a beauty queen gives up
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robert mcdonnell. miss washington-- giving back her crown.. after admitting she got a d-u-i but did not reveal it to pageant officials. gary horcher has the story. maureen francisco/co- director miss washington usa pageant "i m just relieved it )s over."maureen francisco, a director of miss washington usa, says she got a call today from 23-year-old stormy keffeler, saying she
title as miss washington usa, before the organization stripped her title. maureen francisco/co- director miss washington usa pageant "we re just glad that she-- decided to resign on her own. it just makes it easier for everybody." nats "miss washington usa 2016 is stormy keffler!"keffele r was crowned in october. but back in april- she was arrested for drunk driving, and spent two days in jail. maureen francisco says keffeler was outed by an anonymous tip. maureen francisco/co- director miss washington usa pageant "you want to be so transparent and honest because the truth will eventually come out. why would you want to hide anything? somebody )s going to rat you out!"the woman holding hands with keffeler here is was the first-runner up kelsey schmitdt of bellevue. she is now miss washington usa. but schmidt can t be crowned just yet, because the crown-- and the sash-- which were in keffeler )s possession-- are gone. maureen francisco/co- director miss washington usa pageant "it disappeared, it , it
is that what she told you? she told me something else."maureen says stormy keffler called her two weeks before the dui scandal, and said the her crown and sash were mysteriously missing. maureen francisco/co- director miss washington usa pageant "if you find our sash and crown, please mail it to pageants northwest." keffeler lost her title because according to the rules of the pageant, contestants promise they have not or will not engage in illegal activity. breaking news right now - homeland security and police are serving warrants at several massage parlors in chesapeake. so far - they ve hit six different businesses. we )re told this has something to do with the city )s indecency laws. newschannel three has a crew in chesapeake - digging up more informaiton - we )ll bring you more on air and online as soon as we get it.
drop in our temperatures....a s we move through our friday night, have your umbrella handy. we )re tracking a good chance of rain, courtesy of an area of low pressure moving up the coast from the south. this low will spread heavy rain in some spots, capable of producing flooding in typical flood prone areas. a couple of thunderstorms are possible as well, which could produce gusty winds. otherwise, expect cloudy skies with low temperatures in the upper 40s. most of the rain will be out of here overnight
morning. in fact, for most of saturday, we )ll see partly cloudy skies. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. a cold front moves in saturday, causing our highs to drop into the upper 40s by sunday. now, talking about sunday, expect mostly cloudy skies and a few showers. we )ll start to see a bit more sun monday and tuesday, but it won t be warm at all. high temperatures will only rise into the mid 30s!
the state of arizona is going after deadbeat parents. and they are using the power of social media to do it. outing parents who owe tens of thousands of dollars in child support barbara grijalva reports. the governor )s office will tell you there are 421 people who owe more than 20 million dollars in child support. the governor )s office calls them the worst of the worst. deadbeat parents have to meet certain critieria though to be put on social media so the state can get the public s help tracking them down. daniel scarpinato, governor s spokesperson: there s a warrant out for their arrest. the re under arrest. they )re criminals. two: they owe at least $5,000 in back child support. scarpinato: the third one is that they have gone at least six months without paying anything. in some
one of the pictures on twitter is of a man who owes more than 170- thousand dollars. the governor )s spokesman says the online tips people send in will be vetted to make sure they meet the criteria for placing the pictures on social media. pima county )s top cop likes the idea because of the people it targets. barbara lawall, pima county attorney :go to extreme lengths to hide from law enforcement, from the collectors. they use false names. they get jobs where they re paid under the table in cash so that they don t have to report any income. lawall calls it another tool in the arsenal to get deadbeat parents to pay the child support they owe. she says putting pictures on the internet also could act as a deterrent. lawall: i think that there will be people who decide, well, maybe i better pay so that my face and my mug isn t out there because it will- be shameful. the state says they are doing this in hopes someone will
an investigation continues one day after a deadly attack in indonesia -- in an online statement -- isis has claimed responsibility for the violence. attackers -- armed with grenades and handguns killed two people -- and wounded 24 others. investigators believe the person who ordered the attack is an indonesian man -- living inside syria. 14-people were killed and 27 others hurt when a bus rolled off a mountain earlier this morning . the bus was carrying tourists to a japanese ski resort when it crashed. there were 41-people on the bus -- including two drivers. investigators are now working to figure what caused the crashed. officials say the
a couple of thunderstorms are possible as well, which could produce gusty winds. otherwise, expect cloudy skies with low temperatures in the upper 40s. most of the rain will be out of here overnight tonight into early saturday morning. in fact, for most of saturday, we )ll see partly cloudy skies. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. a cold front moves in saturday, causing our highs to drop into the upper 40s by sunday. now, talking about sunday, expect mostly cloudy skies and a few showers. we )ll start to see a bit more sun monday and tuesday, but it won t be warm at all. high temperatures
the virginia beach city council this week was briefed on a proposal to build a new fire station to serve the diamond springs and burton station communities. as todd corillo reports - beyond improving fire response times for a rapidly growing section of the city -- there could be regional benefits as well. the diamond springs corridor in virginia beach is fast growing -- already it represents ten percent of all fire and ems calls in the resort city but district chief vance cooper says without a centrally located station right now -- response times suffer. the fire department briefed city council this week on a proposal to build a new station to serve the area -- one that would house an engine -- ladder truck
and e-m-s ambulance. if funding for the new station and firefighters is approved -- construction could start in 2018. in virginia beach -- todd corillo -- newschannel 3. going under the knife while on winter break. not what most college students did during the holidays. but that )s what a chesterfield student did -- all in effort to save a stranger. greg mcquade reports. opening shot at table with computer cover 2728 )im very proud i made a decision like this. dan miller lives to volunteer. cover 2802 it is a really nice feeling youve had that impact on someone. the 20 year-old from chesterfield relishes helping others.
click photos from rebuilding storm ravaged new orleans and helping seniors to mentoring poor children in new york. but the young man yearned to donate more than just his time. 1902 i was definitely going out of my comfort zone. those who know the jmu junior say dans heart is in the right spot. very quick nat of video in car with sister as it turns out so too are other vital organs. video of hospital interview dan would go under the knife on december 21st. 5831 )i just donated my left kidney. the recipient? a complete stranger. 5916 )ive seen the benefits and the great outcomes that can come from organ donation. ) dan didnt have to look far for inspiration. 5810 )im really proud of him. ) dans older sister, lauren, donated her kidney to a stranger the year before, but this was not a case of sibling rivalry. 5717 were really alike so i think we see each other do something and were like, hey, that is a cool
proud. past heroes story vo with filter you may remember we vo with filter you may remember we featured lauren and her two friends skylar and heather on a recent heroes among us after they parted with two kidneys and rtion of a liver. kitchen ipad their selfless efforts are helping the nearly 0,000 americans waiting for dneys. 22 lot of those people will dan is making a speedy recovery after donating his kidney and resumed classes at j-m-u this week. a dad from missouri gives his six year-old son a reality check instead of a check for the 20-bucks he asked for. and it )s coming from "dad savings and loan" -- a-k-a the bank of dad. the six year-old asked for a 20-dollar advance on his allowance to buy a toy. in response, his father wrote this letter. it points out that the child has insufficient funds and a history of not doing required chores. the letter also says that the child chose to spend money on other discretionary entertainment. he also gives the child a number
that phone number leads straight to mom! the dad says its all in effort to teach his son money management. a tennessee woman who didn )t win the powerball is trying to get back all of the money she spent buying tickets. according to yahoo news "cinnamon nicole" claims she spent every last dime she had --- with the assumption she would win big. yahoo news reports she --- set up a "go fund me" page asking people to donate to her family -- to replace the money she lost. she raised eight-hundred dollars in seven hours on the go fund me page -- according to yahoo. but when we went to check out the page--- it was taken down. coming up next at 4: it pays to be nice and courteous, right? well, what happens when teachers are banned from saying "please?" then tonight at 5 - the world is watching the unfolding drama in portsmouth
lead to developmental issues and sometimes death. there is no vaccine to block the zika virus and no medicine to treat it. backstreet boy nick carter is out of a florida jail after posting a 15- hundred dollar bail. police arrested carter wednesday night after he punched a bouncer at a bar in key west. investigators say carter was upset because a bartender tried to cut him and his friend off. that )s when the police report says the two became aggressive. carter and his friend are each charged with one count of misdemeanor battery. newschannel 3 at 4 will be right
a pennsylvania dog owner is thanking his lucky stars today after one of his beloved pups had a close call on a frozen river. the dog had to be rescued after falling through the ice. kelly brennan has the story: hold breath. you know it s a risk. breaking through 20 feet of ice, swimming 200 feet into frigid water, and then the moment -- the moment seven-year-old chance can stay above water. nats raymond kosto/dog owner "will to live for that dog is unbelievable." twice a week ray takes his dogs for a walk in industry. but today chance chased a deer onto the ohio river. both animals went through the ice.
call him and he s trying to get up, trying to get out, and i )m picturing he )s going to die cos- i can t get him." the deer died but chance held on, he fought to get out on his own, and kosto could only watch helplessly from shore. hope started fading. raymond kosto/dog owner i had my gun at my hip and i thought about putting him out of his misery, but i couldn )t. he hung on. kosto called 911 and the beaver falls team didn t waste any time. robert butler/beaver falls fire department somebody has to set up the rigging around the tree, because everything is tethered back to shore so if he gets into trouble we can pull him back out." nats after two hours in 36-degree water nats he certainly earned a right to sleep all day and to be grateful for second chances. raymond kosto/dog owner "thank god there are men like that in this world, and they )re heroes. everybody calls me a hero but
tracking rain, then a gradual drop in our temperatures....a s we move through our friday night, have your umbrella handy. we )re tracking a good chance of rain, courtesy of an area of low pressure moving up the coast from the south. this low will spread heavy rain in some spots, capable of producing flooding in typical flood prone areas. a couple of thunderstorms are possible as well, which could produce gusty winds.
skies with low temperatures in the upper 40s. most of the rain will be out of here overnight tonight into early saturday morning. in fact, for most of saturday, we )ll see partly cloudy skies. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. a cold front moves in saturday, causing our highs to drop into the upper 40s by sunday. now, talking about sunday, expect mostly cloudy skies and a few showers. we )ll start to see a bit more sun monday and tuesday, but it won t be warm at all. high temperatures
amazon is offering a huge discount for its prime membership this weekend. the subscription fee will drop from 99 to 73- dollars. the promotion starts tonight -- and ends sunday at noon. only new customers can take advantage of the deal. the online retailer says it s celebrating the two golden globe wins for one of its original shows "mozart in the jungle." the word, "please" is often referred to the "magic word." but one school district in north carolina is banning teachers from saying it.
the goal is to make so-called "bratty kids" behave. school officials are calling it "no nonesene nurturing." it )s where teachers give students concise, clear instructions - leaving kids with zero room for misbehavior. school officials say saying "please" gives students an option while this technique puts the teacher in power. some teachers say they feel like robots and it takes away their ability to connect with the kids emotionally.. others say the emphasis is on compliance not engagement. a woman in new jersey is
that you )re never too old to do-p&something you love. -p&at 102 years young, she )s still teaching children how to cook and sew. hazel sanchez reports. nat sound "oooohhhh....that s gonna be a good one." at 102 years old, agnes zhelesnik is officially the oldest living and working teacher in america. agnes zhelesnik/teacher, sundance school "102 is.... i feel like... maybe 95." she certainly doesn t act her age. zhelesnik, better known as "granny" at sundance school in north plainfield, new jersey...spent most of her adult life as a stay at home mom. then at the ripe age of 80...started her career as a cooking and sewing teacher, when the school found itself in need. granny s daughter recruited her.. she teaches here too. agnes arakelian/daughter "i saw
family and i knew that she wanted to get out a little bit. it wasn )t supposed to be this extensive." reporter "do you love teaching?" agnes zhelesnik/teacher, sundance school "i love it. it )s the children. they are lovable." nat sound "thanks granny! mmmm! that )s good!" garrett jancourtz/student "granny is a wonderful teacher and she knows lots of things that can help us do better in life." rebecca lindvay/student "i )ve learned how to cook delicious foods with her." nat sound the students and staff held a huge birthday celebration for granny who shared her secret to a long life. agnes zhelesnik/teacher, sundance school "i just think you have to take care of yourself and be happy. i had a good life... a good life. reporter "and you )re still having a good-p&-p&-p&-p&life." agnes zhelesnik/teacher, -p&sundance school "you re right...-p&it s a good life." nat sound "thank you granny!
california are recovering after getting sick from fumes that spread into their classroom. shirin rajaee spoke with students and their parents -- and has more on what happened. james, sick student "i was dizzy and i was numb, i had acid reflux a couple times, i was crying quite a bit."12 year old james is doing ok now... but earlier in the day he was one of 12 students who had headaches and trouble breathing after taking in strong fumes in his 7th grade class debora anderson, mother of sick child "he wasn t breathing, he said his body was numb, at first i guess he couldn )t walk, his eyes were very watery, face was really red."the school alerted parents as medical aid was brought in. 7th grader daniel also got sick from what the students say smelled like spray paint. daniel, sick student "my stomach was hurting and i felt drowsy. and at first i could walk but when we got out to the field, my legs
according to manteca fire, the fumes were from a rubber sealant that a maintenance worker had put on the hvac or air conditioning unit. lantz rey/manteca fire "once it turned on it pushed the fumes vapors into the classroom, causing difficulty breathing." the students tell me they alerted their teacher of how they felt immediately but they say it wasn )t addressed fast enough. in fact at one point the teacher shut the door for an earthquake drill. debora anderson, mother of sick child "they ve had plenty of time to do any maintenance on the roofs or anything over christmas vacation, they waited for children to be in school, so yeah, it s very irresponsible on their behalf."the manteca usd released a statement that reads in part: "student safety is always our number one priority. a smell was reported in a classroom. the school responded by moving students to another room. but the incident leaves parents and students shaken up. the parents say they are upset -- and want to know why the maintenance work was being done during the day while the students were in their classrooms. and what exactly the