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bye. the melting process has begun! almost no snow is left from this weekends winter ast.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.outside -- so just how long will it last? welcome to newschannel three at 4 - i m beverly kidd. i m barbara ciara. and i m laila muhammad. lets get right to chief meterologist patrick rockey to see just how long the warmer temperatures will stick around. after our wintry weekend, the work week is going to look and feel a lot more springlike. even our cool downs won t be that cool. a cold front will approach the region on tuesday. ahead of that front southwest winds will warm us up into the upper 50s and the lower 60s. we will see increasing clouds and a slight chance for showers, mainly on the outer banks. but as the cold front crosses the region on wednesday, we do expect scattered showers. in fact, some of our northern communities, like the middle peninsula and the northern neck may see a little sleet or snow mixed in at the start. we will start the day with temperatures in the mid 40s, falling into the
some of the wet weather will linger into early on thursday, but most of the day is looking dry with clearing skies and high temperatures back in the mid 40s. but then we start a warming trend. we will climb into the lower 50s on friday, mid 50s on saturday and around 60 on sunday and monday with plenty of sunshine! this weekend )s storm was the first one to hit our area this
this weekend )s storm was the first one to hit our area this winter. while we didn t see as much state -- we did see hundreds of car accidents. newschannel 3 s allison mechanic spoke with vdot officials today. to see what they plan on doing to keep this from happening the next time a storm comes our way. hi ladies this past weekend virginia state police say they responded to nearly 600 car crashes. today vdot crews are still working to clean up after the storm -- but are already working to make sure the roads are safer for when more snow
show accident cars crashing into jersey walls -- into each other and skidding off the road were common sights this weekend. virginia state police say they responded to more than 15 hundred car accidents throughout the state during the snow storm. a third of those crashes happened in hampton roads. but according to the virginia department of transportation -- those crashes weren t because of their road preparations. 1:34:30 a lot of time our trucks are out there and they are being passed by vehicles. drivers need to pay attention. our drivers are out there and we have very few accidents ourselves so the roads are in decent condition. bill collier with v-dot says his crews worked to prepare the roads days before the storm hit. they were prepared with 25 thousand tons of salt and nearly 10 thousand tons of sand to treat state roads. but their work alone wasn t enough to keep these crashes from happening. 1:34:51 whether the pavement is wet or slushy you can still have a problem even
standards. while most of the snow and ice from this weekend has melted -- crews says they aren )t done working. 1:35:25 the storm is not over for us we are still working to clear roads we havent hit yet and clean up slush that is still there. as they continue to clean up -- they are also looking to see how they can improve before the next snow fall. 1:36:50 we continually update our procedures. its not that we learned a whole lot of things but that we continually update and train people vdot crews are also busy repairing their equipment and restocking their supplies. today their shop was full with trucks needing repairs -- and needing to be cleaned off from all the sand and salt they used. in virginia beach im allison mechanic newschannel 3.
and slick spots has been a problem for two hampton roads cities during this storm. todd corillo explains the challenges virginia beach and chesapeake have faced. sand and salt still linger -- after a weekend winter storm dumped snow --ice -- and and all around mess on elbow road. the winding passageway connects virginia beach and chesapeake -- and at times during the past few days both cities have closed the road for a time due to dangerous driving conditions. elbow road has seen its fair share of issues over the years -- the challenge with this weekend s storm was the rural nature of the area -- combined with a lot of shade which prevented melting -- and kept the road slick during re-
new at 4: seven people were taken to the hospital this afternoon after a car drove into the front of the post office. it happened just before 12-30 at the post office on north battlefield boulevard. police say the driver of the car drove into the building from a parking space in front of the building. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. no word if charges will be filed. all seven people taken to the hospital are expected to be okay. a virginia beach man will spend the next 27 years in prison for raping and strangling his roommate. 34-year-old waytayha scott pleaded guilty to rape and unlawful strangulation last july. officials say back in 2013 scott raped a woman --with whom he shared a home --on buttonwood court. police say it happened in the garage where the woman lived with her child. officials say he sexually
he was linked to the assault through d-n-a. elizabeth city police have arrested a man in connection with an attempted robbery. police say 28- year-old brett cote --got into a 74-year-old woman s car at the zoom gas station on main street. he then asked her to drive him to the gateway bank on ehringhaus street. she agreed. police say when they arrived, cote told the woman to get out of the car and get him money. but she refused. cote then sped off in her car. he was later pulled over and arrested. cote is charged with attempted armed robbery, larceny of a motor vehicle and assault inflicting serious injury. a york county woman was taken to the hospital after her trailer home caught fire. it happened at the harwood trailer park just after one-30 on route 17. officials say the woman was in her bed when the fire started. an off duty sheriff s deputy-- a lieutenant-- and a few others worked to tear down one of the walls to get the her out safely. she was taken to the hospital and
the fire temporarily shut down all south bound lanes on route 17 but they have since been reopened. right now-- officials started. hampton police need you to take action against crime. they )re looking for the person who shot a man late last night. on smiley road. officers say when they arrived at the scene they found a 25-year-old man shot several times. he was rushed to the hospital and may not survive. so far -- no one has been arrested. if you know anything you are asked to call the crime line. norfolk police also need you to take action against crime. they )re looking for the person that stole money from chen )s kitchen. it happened early friday morning around two on tidewater drive. police say the man you see here was caught on surveillance video breaking into the restaurant. officials say he smashed a glass window to get in-- and stole money. if you know anything that could help police catch this guy-- take action and call the crime line.
has released an updated schedule for the rest of the week. tomorrow will be a full day of school. wednesday thursday will remain half days -- operating on a "b" day schedule. and friday will also be an early dismissal day for all schools. the school division says parents who have prearranged travel plans should contact their school s principal to schedule a prearranged absence. coming up next on newschannel 3 at 4: the search continues for three dangerous prisoners in southern california. how officials say the men got out and what they are doing to find them. plus: taking action for your attack can be even more dangerous then a mans. and busted for doing the right thing? why a teenage boy got suspended for trying to save his
a father is mourning the loss of his one year old son and girlfriend. they died in a car from carbon monoxide poisoning. officers say the father was digging the family )s car out, with the engine running and the mother, son, and the couple s 3- year-old daughter inside. police in new jersey say the tailpipe was clogged with snow, so gas was able to seep inside the car. while paramedics and neighbors were able to keep the young girl alive, they were not able to revive the mom and her baby boy. the three-year- old little girl is in a very critical condition. police believe it took no more than 15 minutes for carbon monoxide to kill the mother and baby boy. an american airlines jet made an emergency landing in canada
seven passengers were hospitalized with injuries. american airlines flight 206 landed at saint john s international airport sunday night. ambulances and paramedics
were waiting on the tarmac with stretchers. the flight was headed from miami to milan, italy with 192 passengers and 11 crew members on board. a manhunt is underway in southern california for three inmates who escaped from a santa ana prison. the men used cutting tools and bedsheets to break out of the maximum security facility. danielle nottingham has the latest. investigators say this grainy surveillance video shows the three men on an unguarded area of the roof of the orange county central men )s jail, shortly after a five a-m friday security check. from there, they
five floors to their escape. hutchens sot 153748 "it appears to be a very sophisticated operation were they were allowed to go through some security access points and had some tools that allowed them to do that."jail officials say the inmates cut their way through a steel screen inside their dormitory-style cell and made their way into plumbing tunnels. from there, the men bypassed three security areas and gained access to the jail s roof and used a makeshift rope braided with linens, to reach the ground. gfx in the three men were in county custody facing charges for serious crimes: 20 year old jonathan tieu pron: two was held on 1 million dollars bail for charges including murder. 37 year old hossein nayeri pron: knee-air-ee was held without bail... charged with kidnapping, torture and burglary. 43 year old bac duong pron: bach dong faces charges of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, and being an ex-felon in possession of a firearm. gfx out this is the first escape from this jail in more than two decades. hutchens sot
from time to time. after our wintry weekend, the work week is going to look and feel a lot more springlike. even our cool downs won t be that cool. a cold front will approach the region on tuesday. ahead of that front southwest winds will warm us up into the upper 50s and the lower 60s. we will see increasing clouds and a slight chance for showers, mainly on the outer banks. but as the cold front crosses the region on wednesday, we do expect scattered showers. in fact, some of our northern communities, like the middle peninsula and the northern neck may see a little sleet or snow mixed in at the start. we will start the day with temperatures in the mid 40s, falling into the 30s by the afternoon. some of the wet weather will linger into early on thursday, but most of the day is looking dry with clearing skies and high temperatures back in the mid 40s. but then we start a warming
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sot marsha goodbaum/heart attack patient i had no idea i was having a heart attack. track a new scientific statement from the american heart association says there can be some key differences between men and women when it comes to heart attack symptoms. sot dr. harmony reynolds/nyu langone medical center 12:50:47 most women will have some kind of discomfort in the chest when they are having a heart attack, but it may not feel like they expect it to feel but there is usually discomfort somewhere in the chest area, and or in the neck, the jaw the back the upper stomach track this is the first time the association has put out a statement on heart attacks in women, which highlights women often have different causes of heart attack such as the type of plaque buildup. nats exam track some risk factors can also be more harmful. sot dr. harmony reynolds/nyu langone medical center diabetes track one year later , marsha had the same symptoms.. and another heart attack. this time she didn t wait.. sot marsha goodbaum/heart attack patient i tell my friends if they have stomach pain, or
thai and malaysian officials are looking at a large piece of metal debris that washed ashore off the coast of thailand. a fisherman found it on friday in the pak pa-nang district. it was covered in algae, mussels and barnacles. officials are investigating whether it could be from missing malaysia airlines flight 370. it disappeared back in march of 20-14 as it was flying from malaysia to beijing. officials say-- matching panel numbers and hinges can be seen on the
isis has released a propaganda video that claims to show nine of the men behind the november terror attacks in paris. this is a still frame from the video. the gruesome video shows the attackers so- called "final messages," and the identities of the victims are not known. the paris attacks left 130 people dead. the video says the goal was to bring france to its knees. a terrorism analyst says the video also suggests-- britain could be the next target. ahead at 4 -- several cities across the east coast are still digging out today. next the latest on the clean up efforts in some of the hardest hit areas. plus, a mother fights back finding her daughter )s killer on a "hottest inmates" list.
after our wintry weekend, the work week is going to look and feel a lot more springlike. even our cool downs won t be that cool. a cold front will approach the region on tuesday. ahead of that front southwest winds will warm us up into the upper 50s and the lower 60s. we will see increasing clouds and a slight chance for showers, mainly on the outer banks. but as the cold front crosses the region on wednesday, we do expect scattered showers. in fact, some of our northern communities, like the middle peninsula and the northern neck may see a little sleet or snow mixed in at the start. we will start the day with temperatures in the mid 40s, falling into the 30s by the afternoon. some of the wet weather will linger into early on thursday, but most of the day is looking dry with clearing skies and high temperatures back in the mid 40s. but then we start a warming trend. we will climb into the lower 50s on friday, mid 50s on saturday and around 60 on sunday and monday with plenty of
the massive east coast blizzard is over and the clean up is underway -- but things will not be back to normal for awhile. officials in some of the biggest cities are encouraging their citizens to continue to be patient. scott mclean has the latest. it is not business as usual monday -- for east coast cities like baltimore, philadelphia, new york, and the washington, dc area as they continue digging out from the region s major weekend blizzard. baltimore mayor, stephanie rawlings-blake said the clean up will take time mayor stephanie rawlings-blake, baltimore, maryland the snow removal operations are far more three or four inches off to the side. this morning, dc to continue to stay home. mayor muriel bowser, washington, d.c. it )s important to know that the roads are still dangerous. please stay in, so you don )t get stuck.in philadelphia, the airport resumed service sunday
mass transit will slowly get back online throughout the day in new york are running today. mayor deblasio encouraged residents to avoid driving -- or even digging out their cars. mayor bill de blasio, new york city leave your car where it is. don t try to shovel it out today. and here in washington, dc area, the federal government, as well as maryland and virginia state governments are closed again today as officials continue their very expensive clean up efforts. gov. terry mcauliffe, virginia i believe that at the end of the day this will probably be our most expensive snow event ever.early estimates say this storm could cost between $350 to $700 million dollars to clean up. that includes lost wages, lost revenue, and cleaning up all the snow. in washington, i m scott mclean reporting. as you can imagine all that snow caused problems for a lot of folks -- including newschannel 3 s very own nadeen yanes! she )s stranded up in washington d-c where she )s been trying to dig her car out from underneath several feet of
erica greenway chatted with her over skype this morning. she finally had to just leave her car behind for now -- and head home in a rental car. a student in texas helps a classmate who was having an asthma attack. but instead of being praised for his actions, he was suspended. anthony ruelas said a girl
next to him said she couldn t breathe. so the teachers aide emailed the nurse -- which is protocol. but when the girl fell on the floor, he said he could no longer wait for a response to the email, so he picked her up and carried her to the nurse. when he got back, anthony was suspended for leaving class. anthony served his suspension and has returned to school. the girl texted anthony later the
the biggest game of the year is just around the corner! you can catch all the action right here on newschannel three. our very own makenzie walter will be in san francisco with full coverage of everything super bowl. be sure to follow newschannel three on twitter at w-t-k-r-three and use our hashtag s-b 50 w-t-k-r. ahead at 4 -- the winter weather didn )t stop one couple from getting married over the weekend -- how they made it to
but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious. mmmm, yoplait. celebrities in helping flint, michigan residents deal with their toxic water crisis. "the tonight show" host announced on twitter he s donating 10- thousand dollars to the community foundation of greater flint. and he challenged 10 of his friends to match his gift. a number of celebrities have donated money, and water bottles to help the residents there. as the water crisis plays out in michigan-- a town in ohio is dealing with a similar public health threat. federal officials shut down schools in sebring, ohio after water sample tests
the number one problem with owning your own printer is the cost of ink for it . that s according to consumer reports. so when epson introduced a printer that promises to save on ink -- a lot of people were asking -- does it really work? consumer reports put it to the test -- to see if it really is worth the money. at 400-dollars, the new epson ecotank printer is far more expensive than most. but the company says its refillable tanks will save you from the high cost of ink cartridges. is it worth dirtying your hands? chyron: patrick austin consumer reports sot "we put the ecotank through the same tests other printers face to determine out how much it really costs for you to own." v/o those tests are based on the average amount of printing people do in a month, according to a consumer that )s 23 pages of text, nine pages of graphics and about nine photos at the end of two years, the total cost of the printer and ink is 400 dollars for the epson ecotank, but only 325 dollars for this 200-dollar hp officejet
so should you forget the epson ecotank? chyron: patrick austin consumer reports sot "if you do a lot of printing and plan to keep this printer for a while, it could save you money in the long run." v/o things do look much different after five years. the total cost of the ecotank is 448 dollars. the hp officejet pro is 588 dollars and the canon maxify is 692 dollars. sot: patrick austin "if you don t print a lot, it makes more sense to buy the printer that )s cheaper up front." v/o both the hp and canon printers are consumer reports best buys. the hp is fast at printing quality black text. the canon is a very good option for printing photos. another option is consumer reports top- rated printer - the 100-dollar epson expression premium xp-620. it prints excellent quality photos and costs about 14 dollars a month-- in ink. after our wintry weekend, the work week is going to look and feel a lot more springlike.
a cold front will approach the region on tuesday. ahead of that front southwest winds will warm us up into the upper 50s and the lower 60s. we will see increasing clouds and a slight chance for showers, mainly on the outer banks. but as the cold front crosses the region on wednesday, we do expect scattered showers. in fact, some of our northern communities, like the middle peninsula and the northern neck may see a little sleet or snow mixed in at the start. we will start the day with temperatures in the mid 40s, falling into the 30s by the afternoon. some of the wet weather will linger into early on thursday, but most of the day is looking dry with clearing skies and high temperatures back in the mid 40s. but then we start a warming trend. we will climb into the lower 50s on friday, mid 50s on saturday and around 60 on
their snowy wedding! ashley burlage walked to church on saturday in long island, new york with her white wedding dress and a comfy pair of winter boots. she and her husband-to-be had to take the subway to the church-- because a travel ban meant her limo could no longer take her to the church. the couple invited about 200 people to the wedding -- and amazingly 100 people made the trip. the whole wedding party and guests had to walk to the reception -- but everyone says
some female inmates are getting a lot of attention from one website .. because --- it ranks the one s it considers most attractive or the "hottest". but, as jenna sachs tells us, the mother of one victim isn t happy about this. to come across something like this was hard. google hot inmates ... and you get more than 13 million hits. countless websites ... celebrating the features of the men and women behind prison walls. some ... even let you vote for your favorites. but as one mom points out ... the stories behind these faces ... are often anything but alluring. it )s attractive women in prison, well, they re there for a reason. they )ve done something bad and there are families that are dealing with that and trying to get past that and live with that. pam gamboa )s 25- year-old daughter, melissa .. was fatally struck by a car as she crossed a milwaukee street in 2008. the woman convicted of second degree homicide... and hit and run ... is
list of "the hottest women currently in prison." this website ... appeared on gamboa )s facebook feed thursday. this is a woman that is doing her time for killing my daughter. there s just no way she should be given any kind of good publicity about this or any kind of glory about this. this wasn )t a good deed that she did. the website doesn t claims to have a direct link with prisoners. it says it found jessica mckay s photo ... in an ad for inmates seeking pen pals. ranker.com says this list ... has been viewed by more than 12 million times. for gamboa ... who now lives in arizona ... it )s re-opened old wounds. they don )t think of the other people involved in the story. the photo of mckay has since been taken down. a new plane design concept may soon be in the works.-- one with a detachable cabin! a radical new way to save passengers in case of an emergency. with a plane that is able to let go of its cabin during take-off, landing or while in flight-- in order to safely land on
designer of this concept says he )s trying to make a plane crash survivable. he )s worked on this idea for the last three years. the cabin has parachutes -- which instantly deploy -- lessening the impact. on a side note -- the passengers ) luggage is held underneath the cabin, so there won t be any lost luggage either. it )s a dash cam video that has been shared millions of times online. a florida police officer joining a group of kids playing basketball. it happened earlier this month in gainsville florida. officer bobby white responded to a complaint of kids playing basketball too loudly ( in the street -- but instead of disciplining them, he joined the game. before he left, he promised to return with some back-up for a rematch.. he kept his word -- in a big
officer white brought the one-and-only shaquille o )neal. the 7-foot-1 n-b-a star saw the video online and wanted to surprise officer white and the-p&kids .. after a friendly game, shaq posed for pictures -- and told the kids to work hard to achieve their dreams. coming up next at 4 -- why police say two fugitives were more than happy to go back
a chase turned into a rescue mission in california over the weekend. two fugitives-- trying to escape --nearly died in freezing conditions. the two men were hiding in a wooded area -- when they had no choice but to call 9-1-1. mike luery reports. nats in the high sierra near kyburz along highway 50... it started with a traffic stop for swerving..but then... lt. chris stoots, ca dept. of fish and wildlife "two male occupants of the vehicle jumped out of the car and took off running." the two fugitives, 32 year old derrick
crossland, a parolee... took off running into the woods. authorities say they found a 9mm gun. lt. chris stoots, ca dept. of fish and wildlife "in addition to the firearm, there was at least 3 different types of controlled narcotics in the vehicle - methamphetamine , heroin and marijuana." nats the duo dashed down a canyon and crossed over the south fork of the american river... nats now wet and cold...they ignored law enforcement warnings to surrender....with a winter storm in full force. by nightfall, the fugitives were freezing...and called 911...begging to be arrested. search and rescue teams from the el dorado county sheriff )s office quickly joined the hunt. voice of: lt. jim byers, el dorado county sheriff )s office. "we knew based on the weather conditions there was a very high likelihood that they would not survive very long." the two wanted men huddled together overnight to keep warm... then on saturday morning...the swat team found them...and they were transported across the river to a waiting ambulance for treatment. voice of: lt. jim byers, el dorado county sheriff s office.