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dangerously cold temperatures -- and the wind is making it feel even colder. these are folks bundled up earlier today in norfolk. lets get right to chief meteorologist patrick rockey - tracking snow in the forecast. weather more frigid weather and several chances for snow on the way. wednesday morning won t be quite as cold or quite as windy as tuesday morning, but it will still be awfully chilly. expect temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s with wind chill values in the lower teens. but by the afternoon most of us will climb into the mid- and even upper-30s. in the afternoon we will also notice an increase in clouds ahead of a fast-moving area of low pressure. we call this kind of system an alberta clipper the clipper will swing through the region wednesday night. it could bring us some brief snow showers and even a light dusting before it moves out around
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then our attention turns to the monster storm on the way for friday and saturday. for a big part of the country this could be an historic winter storm. some parts of virginia, erst virginia and maryland could see 3 feet or more of snow. for us, there are still big questions about how much snow and how much rain will fall. right now, it looks like we will start friday with snow showers before the afternoon. then we could see a changeover back to snow on saturday as the system pushes away and colder air comes rushing in. there is still a lot of uncertainty about this storm system and the forecast can and
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breaking news right now - crews are on the scene of a small plane crash in accomack county. it happened less than an hour ago at the airport there - we re told the pilot and the passenger were able to escape the wreckage safely. troopers are on scene right now - investigating. we )re following details of this breaking news - we )ll bring you more as it )s available. the norfolk police department is remembering the
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a memorial service was held earlier this afternoon for k9 krijger a police dog -- shot and killed last week. hundreds of people were at the ceremony today -- and police officers from all over the state and country came to pay their respects. newschannel 3 s nadeen yanes joins us live from the pet cemetery where the graveside service for kree-ger just
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he was the 4 year old belgian malinois who sacrificed his life --- last week. and today -- the norfolk police department is honoring k9 -- krijger. he was killed after police say they sent krijger to take down a barricade suspect with a gun after a 7 hour long standoff on land street. that s when police say that barricade suspect shot and killed the dog -- who dedicated three years of his life to the norfolk police department. the day after it happened -- newschannel 3 spoke to norfolk k9 handler jason clark about the loss. 504142 11:31 he was great in every aspect of his job he was loyal he was devoted he was loving he love coming to work for years with the loss of kriejger is a huge emotional loss for this unit for the department and for the communities. tons 504747 krijgers death has also sparked organizations to take action to prevent another k9 life lost. c-n- n )s anderson cooper is also taking action -- he has a speaking engagement in norfolk coming up -- and he s donating the money he gets at the event to the k-9 krijger cry-ger ballistic vest campaign.that money -- combined with some of the money already raised -- will be enough to pay for every k-9
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vest for k-9 s with neighboring departments. all with the hopes -- officers don )t have to bury their own -- like they did today. as patrick said more frigid weather is on the way and even
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so how could the bitter could impact your power? newschannel 3 s todd corillo is braving the cold tonight in norfolk- with more todd? laila -- whenever it gets cold like this -- people turn to ways to stay warm. for many -- that includes cranking up the heat -- and with it your power bill. cold cold cold -- it )s all the talk about town right now -- in a week that already saw snow in some parts on sunday -- and that could see more twice over this week -- folks are bundling up whenever they have to venture outside but they )re also looking for ways to stay warm at home as well -- and that can lead to a greater demand for power. doing that will also help save on your energy bill -- and with the possibility for more winter weather on the way -- dominion
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systems closely -- to make sure the power stays on when you need it the most. dominion tells us if your power does go out when it s this cold out -- the best thing to do is report it immediately! the sooner they know -- the sooner they can fix it. live in norfolk -- todd corillo -- newschannel 3. chesapeake police need you to take action against crime. they are searching for the person who stole a truck --and broke into several other cars. police say it happened last month on pattie lane. officials say a 2002 dodge dakota was the truck that was stolen. police say credit cards were also taken from inside the cars and used at nearby stores. this is surveillance video of the men who police say used the stolen credit cards. if you recognize them or have
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information that can help police take action and call the crime line at 1-888- lock-u-up. new at 4 -- 14 people arrested from chesapeake massage parlors -- after police searched several spas. newschannel 3s gabriella deluca is live with the details show that the doors are locked and the blinds are closed an "open" sign dark -- doors locked -- curtains drawn. nats of us knocking thats how three chesapeake massage parlors looked when newschannel 3 stopped by today. today chesapeake police announced they arrested 14 people from several spas. their arrests coming days after detectives searched six masssge businesses. most of the women are charged with doing "prohibited acts at a massage parlor." others were charged with putting peep holes in doors. on friday -- police tell newschannel 3 -- they were investigating whether the massage parlors have the right permits, whether people were
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people were giving inappropriate massages. now -- just a few days later -- more than a dozen arrests. "late at night when i would get ready to go in a new agent and i would be here late night, i would come out and see young men walking in and it seemed odd. young men typically don t have a lot of money to spend on massages on luxury items." these arrests come after this past summer chesapeake )s city council put more restrictions on parlors -- including strengthening the punishment for inappropriate massages. in ch gd nc 3 coming up next on newschannel 3 at 4-- promising change words from the academy president -- after several celebrities say they are planning on skipping the oscars award ceremony this year. plus -- an elementary tutor is in big trouble -- after surveillance video catches
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station. and a widow --outraged after apple demanded a court order for
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the president of the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences is promising changes, and quickly. but it may not be enough to quiet calls for people to boycott the academy awards over its all- white acting nominees. don champion reports from new york boone isaacs at mlk event monday night/kcbs the president of the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences is promising more diversity. sot cheryl broone isaacs/monday night we )re all disappointed. i mean last thursday was a bit of a shock. mon0326 :55 cheryl boone isaacs, mon0326 :33 wrote of this
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nominees, 040110 pipe 1 statement gfx "i am both heartbroken and frustrated about the lack of inclusion." her response comes amid calls for a boycott of this year )s academy awards, mon0326 :08 actress jada pinkett smith says she will sit out the ceremony. sot mon0326 jada pinkett- smith/actress :16 "begging for acknowledgemen t or even asking diminishes dignity" -:23 sun0146 11/22/2015 film director spike lee also plans to sit out. in november, he was given an honorary oscar at the governor s awards. instagram pic monday, in an instagram post, lee wrote statement "as i see it, the academy awards is not where the "real" battle is. it )s in the executive office of the hollywood studios and tv and cable networks." sot mon0326 1:06/oscar ceremony / 24 hours use only. no excerpting nat awards car nominees are chosen by a -hundred member voting body. % of whom are white. percent male. tn director alejandro nzalez inarritu spoke about the controversy in paris last night. tue0008 12/22/15 his film, "the revenant" is nominated for best picture. sot aptn alejandro gonzalez inarritu/director 1:50 "when we can t see ourselves in the cinema, there is something going wrong.
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to be improved" -:55 the academy says it )s now taking dramatic steps to alter the makeup of its membership. don champion, cbs news. more frigid weather and several chances for snow on the way. wednesday morning won t be quite as cold or quite as windy as tuesday morning, but it will still be awfully chilly. expect temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s with wind chill values in the lower teens. but by the afternoon most of us will climb into the mid- and even upper-30s. in the afternoon we will also notice an increase in clouds ahead of a fast-moving
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we call this kind of system an alberta clipper the clipper will swing through the region wednesday night. it could bring us some brief snow showers and even a light dusting before it moves out around midnight. then our attention turns to the monster storm on the way for friday and saturday. for a big part of the country this could be an historic winter storm. some parts of virginia, erst virginia and maryland could see 3 feet or more of snow.
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and how much rain will fall. right now, it looks like we will start friday with snow showers before we see a changeover to rain in the afternoon. then we could see a changeover back to snow on saturday as the system pushes away and colder air comes rushing in. there is still a lot of uncertainty about this storm system and the forecast can and will change between now and then. check back
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it )s an issue that )s becoming more common after a loved one dies. who owns what we create online when we die? for one canadian widow, that question led to a tech giant demanding a court order so she could get her husband s password.
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peggy bush/widow "these are my husband s ashes..."peggy bush had a lot to deal with after her husband died. the 72-year-old didn )t think the most complicated thing would be getting a password. peggy bush/widow "i could get pensions, i could get benefits, i could get all kinds of things. but from apple, i couldn )t even get a silly little password? it just seemed nonsense."the couple had an i- pad an an apple computer. bush didn know the apple i-d password. peggy bush/widow "it just never crossed my mind"when her card game stopped working, she needed that password. donna bush is her daughter. donna bush/daughter "i just called apple and said what do we do about this, thinking it would be a fairly simple thing to take care of"after many phone calls and giving apple the serial numbers, her father s will, and-p&a notarized death certificate,-pshe says she finally got an answer. donna bush/daughter "you need a court order. you need to go to court to do that. i said that was ridiculous. all i want to do is download a card
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i don t want to have to go to court in order to do that."after go public contacted apple, it called donna bush saying there was a misunderstandin g and offering help without a court order. apple won t talk about its policy. estate lawyer daniel nelson specializes in what )s called digital assets. daniel nelson/estate lawyer "it s definitely going to become a bigger issue. more and more people are transferring their lives online and it s going to become a greater and greater proportion of one s estate." officials say we should include how to deal with digital assets and where to find passwords in our wills- but not the passwords themselves. ahead at 4 -- do you find you are easily distracted at work? why a new study says it s because
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searchers have found three of
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they say they ve spotted the fourth raft, but no one was on board. coast guard officials report there is no indication anyone was on board the three rafts recovered, either. two choppers smashed into each other off oahu )s north shore late thursday, with 12 marines on board. so far, there has been no indication that anyone survived. two people were killed monday morning when a small plane went down in utah. officials say the twin-engine jet crashed around ten a-m southwest of salt lake city. officials don t know where the flight orginated from, but they said both people who died were husband and wife from tucson, arizona. witnesses reported hearing and even feeling an explosion yesterday morning. authorities are searching through the debris to determine what caused the crash. ahead at 4: the million dollar lottery winner in virginia beach revealed today. see who won big. next. plus a 9-1-1 operator to busy
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more frigid weather and several chances for snow on the way. wednesday morning won t be quite as cold or quite as windy as tuesday morning, but it will still be awfully chilly. expect temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s with wind chill values in the lower teens. but by the afternoon most of us will climb into the mid- and even upper-30s. in the afternoon we will also notice an increase in clouds ahead of a fast-moving area of low pressure. we call this kind of system an alberta clipper the clipper will swing through the region wednesday night. it could bring us some brief snow showers and even a light dusting before it moves out around midnight. then our attention turns to the monster storm on the way
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for a big part of the country this could be an historic winter storm. some parts of virginia, erst virginia and maryland could see 3 feet or more of snow. for us, there are still big questions about how much snow and how much rain will fall. right now, it looks like we will start friday with snow showers before we see a changeover to rain in the afternoon. then we could see a changeover back to snow on saturday as the system pushes away and colder air comes rushing in. there is still a lot of uncertainty about this storm system and the forecast can and will change between now and then. check back
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there s a new millionaire in virginia beach! the man was one of the winners in the historic 1 point 5 powerball drawing last week. today newschannel three s stefania okolie met the lucky man!
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newest millionaire congratulations indeed to teofilo mesina and his wife who hit a jackpot of their own in last week )s record breaking powerball drawing. today he took me back to the night he says he checked the winning numbers -- and realized his pockets would soon be stuffed. alriight-- so the jumping for joy was out of the question for teofilo --his next step --to tell his wife. she didn )t believe it. and irene soon found that this was the real thing. before they knew it-- they would be back here at the 7-11 on lynnhaven parkway where teofilo bought the winning ticket --but this time introducing themselves as the millionares. -- his lucky numbers that brought him the riches? his big plans for the money? a weight many of us would love to have lifted fromm our shoulders-- and for teofilo --it )s not that a million isn t enough -- but lets just say he )s not ready to
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panthers coach ron rivera doesn t want any of his players hurt before sunday )s big championship game so he s banning hoverbaoards from the stadium. rivera says he )s caught players drag racing each other on them in the hallways of bank of america stadium. he )s also urging players ,not to ride the boards to work. but says he doesn t have control over what the players do when they are outside of the stadium. an elementary school tutor was arrested after police say they found three children in the trunk of her car. andrea james claims she is not the person people are
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say otherwise. a customer at a gas station in tennessee called police and said there were several children getting out of a car and three got out of the trunk. james claims none of the children were ever in her trunk. but police say surveillance video from store shows a different story. police say there were a total of nine children in the car-- ranging in age from eight to ten years old. james has been charged with three counts of reckless endangerment. a 9-1-1 dispatcher in florida is under fire after officials say an emergency call went unanswered because she was ordering lunch. brandon beyer reports. jared goodman, store employee "the doctor couldn )t hold him up. he dropped to the floor. usually that )s where the injuries happen."its
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back in september, a patient has a seizure in the exam room. the staff immediately calls 9-1-1. jared goodman, store employee "first they called from their office, no answer. i called from my cellphone. again, no answer. other people in the store tried calling, and nobody picked up from the other end."jared goodman says they let the phone ring for what they felt like was several minutes and no one answered. after an internal investigation by the broward sheriff s office, we now know why. one of the call takers was on an eight minute personal call... ordering lunch from this pizza shop in loder hill. nats: restaurant "okay. what can i get for you?" nats: dispatcher "let me have one slice of cheese pizza." nats: restaurant "all right." nats: dispatcher "let me have a lunch special, the pizza lunch special-- two cheese pizzas and a coke. nats: restaurant "all right." nats: dispatcher "let me have the lunch special-- two pepperonis and a coke."the broward sheriff s office says the call taker admitted her mistake and was issued a written reprimand. fort lauderdale officials say they )ll reevaluate if regional 9-1-1 coverage is still the best option.
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"if that means that we need to look at going back to our own police and fire 911 dispatch system we re going to do that analysis."as for the patient in this office, he came to. jared goodman, store employee "fortunately the man is okay. he came back to life, basically. he was having a seizure and he came back so he )s okay now."but as far as jared goodman and his family owned business are concerned it was a scare they shouldn t have to go through alone. jared goodman, store employee "if i call 911, someone should pick up that phone. it would make me feel a lot better." the sheriff s office says an internal investigation was conducted and determined the employee did violate agency policy -- and as a result she was disciplined. are you easily distracted at work? why a new study says that s (not ( necessarily a bad thing. and ahead on newschannel three at 5. the man accused of killing a young mother goes before a newport news judge after spending several
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it's about time the taco...came out of its shell. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough.
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the twitter world was silenced this morning. but after a few hours of panic --the social media site was back up and running. twitter went down --worldwide --both on the web and on mobile devices. users attempting to access the site got messages --warning the network was )over capacity ) or dealing with an )internal error . service resumed just before seven a-m... but some users still reported trouble with search functions. the secretive, futuristic lab once-called "google x" now has a new name, and logo. it )s now called simply "x" and it is represented by a 3-d yellow "x. it is known mostly for investing in technologies that directors believe will shape the future. "x" has placed big bets on driverless cars, wi-fi balloons and drones... and even robotics.
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dissolving implants could become a new way to study brain injuries. researchers have implanted chips holding tiny electronic sensors in the brains of rats. they )re about the size of a grain of rice. those chips melt away once they are no longer needed. scientists hope such sensors could eliminate the need for large, bulky systems to monitors brain injuries for people. coming up next at 4-- a college student presumed dead after he was found on the side of the road, buried in snow. but he shocked doctors and survived the cold. now he s talking about what happened for
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for the first time, a pennsylvania man is speaking out about being found nearly frozen in a snowbank almost a year ago. despite his condition, doctors refused to declare him dead, and did all they could to have him survive and thrive. amanda kelley explains . frozen nearly solid in a snowbank on treskow road here in carbon county... is where justin smith )s father found him nearly one year ago. don smith/justin )s father "i threw the car into park and i ran to him, i thought oh my god, oh my god. he was blue, his face he was lifeless, i checked for a pulse, i checked for a heartbeat there was nothing." justin smith/found in snowbank "i ended up trying to walk home in a storm and honestly the last thing i can remember was waking up 30 days later with my family all around me"the coroner was already on scene when justin was found in the snowbank - but doctor gerald coleman at lehigh valley hospital in hazleton said he
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yet... and would not pronounce him dead cold. dr. gerald coleman/lehigh valley health network "initially they were almost questioning me, like are you kidding me." dr. james wu/lehigh valley health network "when you have very low temperature, it can preserve the brain and other organ functions"teams of nurses and staff did c-p-r on justin for two hours - while doctor coleman got approval to try to warm his blood up using an ecmo machine.... don smith/justin s father "he held my hand that day, and says im going to throw everything i have including the kitchen sink at your son " sissy smith/justin s-p&mother "we knew we needed a big, big miracle."and that s exactly what happened.... justin was flown to the cedar crest campus in allentown - and as he warmed up - his heart started.... justin woke up amazed. justin smith/found in snowbank "no ive never even heard of anything like this, its amazing, its something ive never heard of and i cant thank everyone enough." dr. john castaldo/lehigh valley health network "when you look at the science of what had happened to justin, it was really hard to it was really hard to imagine that anyone on earth could survive this."now justin
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to golf, he s what doctors are calling a medical miracle.... dr. gerald coleman/lehigh valley hospital "this kind of just renewed the faith of why i do what i do everyday " doctors say justin )s story could change medical practices for patients who are hypothermic smith is now back to school at penn state and is working on finishing his degree in psychology. more frigid weather and several chances for snow on the way. wednesday morning won t be quite as cold or quite as windy as tuesday morning, but it will still be awfully chilly. expect temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s with wind chill values in the lower teens. but by the afternoon most of us will
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upper-30s. in the afternoon we will also notice an increase in clouds ahead of a fast-moving area of low pressure. we call this kind of system an alberta clipper the clipper will swing through the region wednesday night. it could bring us some brief snow showers and even a light dusting before it moves out around midnight. then our attention turns to the monster storm on the way for friday and saturday. for a big part of the country this could be an historic winter storm. some parts of virginia, erst virginia and maryland could see 3 feet or more of snow. for us, there are still big questions about how much snow and how much rain will fall. right now, it looks like we
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showers before we see a changeover to rain in the afternoon. then we could see a changeover back to snow on saturday as the system pushes away and colder air comes rushing in. there is still a lot of uncertainty about this storm system and the forecast can and will change between now and then. check back
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apple is coming clean about a problem with the iphone 6-s. the company says there )s a bug in the phone s battery meter. many people have reported their phones turning off despite a full charge. apple says the meter is not updating properly. the bug shows up when you change the time on your phone manually or move to a different time zone. apple is working on a software update... you need lots of double-a batteries to keep all your electronics up and running. but do you need to buy expensive name-brand batteries? consumer reports tested 15 different double-a batteries to see which last longest. it )s al fun and games until the batteries run out. natsot: ryan "see, it s not
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looked into which batteries you should buy to keep everything chirping ... natsot: toy v/o ... chiming ... natsot: toy v/o ... and chugging. but there are so many brands to choose from. chyron: gerard catapano sot "double-a batteries range from 62 cents a pair to five dollars a pair, and that )s a big price range." v/o consumer reports put 15 double-a batteries - 13 alkaline and two lithium - though a "battery" of tests that simulate typical use in toys and flashlights. the question: which last the longest? sot: gerard catapano "overall, the lithium batteries were tops in our tests, but so were some of the alkalines at half the price!" v/o duracell quantum is the best alkaline performer in consumer reports tests and sells in packs that cost about two dollars and 50 cents a pair. consumer reports ) best buy for batteries is kirkland signature alkaline from costco. they are sold in large value packs, so a pair of these batteries ends up costing only one dollar. when it s time to change the batteries in your devices, always use batteries that are all the same age, brand,
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and that old wives tale about keeping batteries in the fridge to prolong their life? consumer reports says don t bother. keep your batteries in a cool, dry place and they )ll likely last for about seven years. consumer reports says not to keep batteries or your battery-powered devices in extreme heat for extended periods ---to avoid leaks and ruptures. also, don t keep batteries in your pockets, because they could rub against spare change, causing them to short- circuit. if you find yourself getting easily distracted at work -- it may be because you )re too smart! researchers have found that (clever people are more likely to get flustered and struggle at work when they have to do several things at once. researchers say people they studied and classified as intelligent had difficulty prioritizing tasks and ideas. more than five- thousand workers surveyed said they struggled to concentrate in the office because of how often they have to check their smartphones and emails, among other things. researchers
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phones as much as two- hundred times a day -- or once every three minutes. guilt be gone -- cheating on your guilt be gone -- cheating on your diet is actually a good ( thing! a study has found ---those over-indulgent days are the ones that help you (stick to that healthy eating plan long-term. scientists in portugal found-- the occasional savory meal makes people more motivated to stick to their weight-loss goals. but don t confuse a )cheat day ) with )binge day -- the participants still kept their portions within
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coming up next -- two children -- seen on security camera stealing money from inside a church -- then taking off in the pastors car. does burgers in a castle sound like the ideal date? next at 5 -- the company offering an
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an atlanta pastor says two children stole money from his church and his car after sunday service. the pastor says one of the kids could be as young as 11-years-old. craig lucie reports. we )ve blurred their faces since they are juveniles, but watch them work. rev. hebrew mcdonald/salvation word of life ministry "the little one was saying come on let s go and the other one wanted to see .. look what they did. see him peeping."after
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frame, the younger one talks to reverend hebrew mcdonald in his office. rev. hebrew mcdonald/salvation word of life ministry "the little one come back and talk to us. he was the decoy. they are little career criminals. they have done this before. they came with every intention of stealing and robbing something." christine mcdonald, wife "i m thinking he may have been hiding right behind the column here."reverend mcdonald )s wife says that something they wanted was money in her purse while she cleaned up after sundays services at salvation word of life ministry in southeast atlanta. christine mcdonald, wife "he took the wallet out and took all the money out and the car keys was down in there." craig lucie/reporting "these young thieves were here for a total of six-and-a-half minutes. after they got the keys out of that purse, all they had to do was hit the unlock button, see which car lights lit up, and then they were gone."that car is a 2011 white hyundai equus with a georgia handicap tag - d- p-5-9-q-a rev. hebrew mcdonald/salvation word of life ministry "it is totally mind boggling. how these kids looked like one was maybe 11, the other one was maybe 14, 15. it is just disheartening that this is what
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reverend hebrew mcdonald says someone from his church spotted the children in his car shortly after the theft. the police dog killed after a seven hour standoff in norfolk -- receiving full honors today from his comrades. after being on the run for several days a man accused of killing a young mother goes in front of a judge and if today had a soundtrack -- it would be ice ice baby. temperatures in the teens this morning -- and snow in your seven day forecast. welcome to newschannel three at 5 - i m les smith. and i m laila muhammad. more ice cold temperatures and biting winds for anyone (unlucky enough to be outside today. few people were willing to brave
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