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you can see in this video - several crews carefully storing and cleaning up the chemicals used to make meth, then condemning the home. overnight, d-e-a agents and norfolk police ransacked the house on templar boulevard and found several items to helped them put forward a case against the residents. officers pried open a metal safe last night and seized most of the materials in it. according to a neighbor in the area, who didn't want to go on camera, undercover agents surrounded the home around 9 last night. they busted down a door down and barged inside of the home. shortly after the bust, we're told undercover agents detained several people. a nearby resident also says police took away a pet from the home. we are working to get more information on the meth bust, including pictures and possible charges on the residents. we'll keep you posted with that information as we get it. live in norfolk, rico bush, 10 on
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now let's switch gears and get a check of your traffic and weather. it's not as cold out there this morning, and we're going to see a big warmup later today. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking all the details. and jeremy, there is a chance of rain, but that's later this evening. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: increasing clouds. warmer. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds south 10mph. tonight: rain moves in by this evening and lasts overnight. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds south 10mph. saturday: clearing skies. highs will be in the upper 50s. winds west 10-15mph. we'll see a nice day today until this evening. clouds will increase. rain moves in by the early evening hours. we'll see rain overnight, but it should move out by very early tomorrow morning. the rest of saturday looks good with highs in the upper 50s to near 60. on sunday a cold front will move through the region. also an area of low
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offshore, but it will push a little bit of moisture our way. the models have trended drier yesterday, but i am still calling for a few sprinkles or flurries on sunday during the day. check back for updates to will strong winds later today. other than that it will stay out to sea. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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new this morning police in newport news arrested a man they say shot and killed his ex- girlfriend last week. 25-year-old anthony smith junior is in jail this morning. police say he killed 25-year-old dashanika sherrod in her bedroom. her family says the two recently broke up. and the day after christmas, she took out a restraining order. smith was wanted on warrants for 1st degree murder and a gun charge. it was a tense night on the debate stage in south carolina, especially between the two leading republican candidates: donald trump and ted cruz. trump continued to hammer cruz on the birther issue, questioning whether or not he is eligible for presidency since he was born in canada to an american mother. cruz fired back
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settled. perhaps the most notable exchange between them was over "new york values." ted cruz but everyone understands that the values in new york city are socially liberal or pro-abortion or pro- gay-marriage, focus around money and the media." donald trump "and the people in new york fought and fought and fought, and we saw more death, and even the smell of death -- nobody understood it. and it was with us for months, the smell, the air. and we rebuilt downtown manhattan, and everybody in the world watched and everybody in the world loved new york and loved new yorkers. and i have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that ted made." toward the end of the debate, cruz and marco rubio squared off on immigration. for more on last night's debate, go to wavy-dot-com. trump will be in virginia
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convocation monday. but some students believe having trump speak on martin luther king, junior day is not appropriate. according to "the news and advance", some students will hold a peaceful protest outside the convocation. they plan to quote dr. king and sing songs about equality and god's love for all. next month trump will be back in hampton roads to speak at regent university in virginia beach. this is video from his rally in downtown norfolk last year. trump is participating in regent's "presidential candidate forum". other candidates jeb bush and john kasich have already participated. a local congressman is calling it quits. coming up, you'll hear from scott rigell about why he's not running for re- election. speaking of politics, we're taking a closer look at the charge against portsmouth mayor kenny wright. why a local attorney says, the charge might not fit. and in just a few hours, the newport news police chief says he'll update us on yesterday's officer-involved shooting and double death investigation. he's scheduled a 9:00 am
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warmer. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds south 10mph. tonight: rain moves in by this evening and lasts overnight. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds south 10mph. saturday: clearing skies. highs will be in the upper 50s. winds west 10-15mph. we'll see a nice day today until this evening. clouds will increase. rain moves in by the early evening hours. we'll see rain overnight, but it should move out by very early tomorrow morning. the rest of saturday looks good with highs in the upper 50s to near 60. on sunday a cold front will move through the region. also an area of low pressure will be well offshore, but it will push a little bit of moisture our way. the models have trended drier yesterday, but i am still calling for a few sprinkles or flurries
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check back for updates to this. regardless, we will be much colder early next week. highs will be in the 30s. hurricane alex is over the eastern atlantic ocean. it is moving north and will affect the azores islands will strong winds later today. other than that it will stay out to sea. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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this morning, police are still looking for a suspect who caused two college campuses to lock down. we'll have the latest in that search. seconds ago, we got new information about yesterday's deadly plane crash in middlesex county. we'll have that update after the break. plus, a first amendment expert weighs in on a city council member's fine. what what a first amendment expert is saying about one local
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this morning, police are still looking for the man who forced authorities to lock down two schools on the peninsula. only chopper 10 was above thomas nelson community college and odu's peninsula higher education center yesterday. state police say it all started with a traffic stop on nearby interstate 64 in hampton. troopers say one of the men ran from the car,
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administartors locked the campuses down as a precaution. students told us they were inside, waiting for the all-clear call. 2 supers c2 04:07 yeah we thought there was an armed assailant just running through the school, the campus and stuff we were just going whatever it took to get out of there alive really (runs :09) campus i saw a state trooper bringing out a big ginormous gun and i saying that we had to go to a shelter" (runs :14) troopers charged the driver, 19-year- old janelle quicho, with speeding, reckless driving and other vehicle violations. 21-year- old dehjan williams, with possession of marijuana. troopers have description of the third person who ran from the car. now to a follow up about that illegal hog farm in virginia beach. police say they've made an arrest. senior faces animal cruelty and several other charges.
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last month, officers say they found more than 100 hogs living in deplorable conditions near salem road and winston avenue. animal control officers took the hogs and found them new homes. we have breaking new information about yesterday's deadly ultralight plane crash in middlesex county. state police just told us the name of the pilot. they say he is gilbert dennis gergory and that he lived in the town of glenns, in gloucester county. right now state investivators are trying to figure out what caused the crash. it happened around 2:00 yesterday afternoon about a mile from wake road in the small town of which is in a thick area of woods. the virginia forestry department had to use a bulldozer to get to the plane. state police say they were checking a device on board, used to deploy parachutes. we'll let you know if investigators get any new information. now to the political news many say, seemed to come out of nowhere. congressman scott rigell says he will not seek re-election when his term expires
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the republican has represented the 2nd district for five years. it includes parts of virginia beach, norfolk and the eastern shore. rigell says he's proud of what his team has accomplished, including reducing discretionary government spending. he says he's happy with the decision he made with his family. "feeds or from the 6 pm 16:34:25 really in the last week or so, i'd call my wife terri every completed. i'm not saying all the work's been done up here. there's more work to be done. for me personally we've made our contribution. i said i think it's time for me to come home. 16:34:42" runs 17 butt u.s. rep. scott rigell (r) 2nd district runs 14 c0040 - 452 based on my last five years and what i'm convinced we can do in this next year, in the sixth year, that's closure for me 506 before becoming a congressman, rigell was the founder and chairman of freedom automotive. 10 on your side has learned, former state senator jeff
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running for that seat. this morning, 10 on your side is taking a closer look at the charges facing portsmouth mayor kenny wright. felony eluding. this after sheriff bill watson says, mayor wright refused to stop after a council meeting over an expired inspection sticker. but is felony eluding the right charge? an attorney told 10 on your side, felony eluding is usually reserved for high- speed chases. the sheriff says mayor wight refused to stop on a slow-speed chase. the attorney we talked to, doesn't believe this charge applies in this case. "(sot) super=tim anderson/attorney 01=1:02:20 "i suspect the magistrate heard evidence from the sheriff that he felt that he was endanger by the mayor driving off but the mayor drove off at a very slow speed" we're still trying to get the mayor's side of the story, but he still won't talk to us. his first court date is scheduled for january 29th. now to the other big issue in portsmouth. the fight over transparency in city council. a first-amendment lawyer calls the city's silencing policy,
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in september, we told you how council members passed a rule prohibiting themselves from talking about closed session items. earlier this week, council fined fellow member bill moody $15-hundred dollars for a facebook post about the confederate monument issue. moody paid his fine at tuesday's council meeting. no super 1:24 - 1:28 from 530 pkg ((from 5:30 package)) frank lomonte phoner board "it doesn't seem like it could be conceivably constitutional butt 1:35 1:39 runs 4 i would tear up the notice, laugh at it, and tell the city council to come after me, the city treasurer confirms he received moody's payment, but the city has not said which fund the money will go toward. this weekend, there will be several local events celebrating the life of dr. martin luther king, junior. this is video from last year's march in downtown norfolk. monday is the federal holiday honoring dr. king. most offices will be closed to allow people to take time to reflect on the day. we have a list of all the events during the holiday weekend. to see them all, just head to h-r scene- dot-com and look for the
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opportunities link. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: increasing clouds. warmer. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds south 10mph. tonight: rain moves in by this evening and lasts overnight. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds south 10mph. saturday: clearing skies. highs will be in the upper 50s. winds west 10-15mph. we'll see a nice day today until this evening. clouds will increase. rain moves in by the early evening hours. we'll see rain overnight, but it should move out by very early tomorrow morning. the rest of saturday looks good with highs in the upper 50s to near 60. on sunday a cold front will move through the region. also an area of low pressure will be well offshore, but it will push a little bit of moisture our way. the models have trended drier yesterday, but i am still calling for a few sprinkles or flurries on sunday during the day. check back for updates to this. regardless, we will be much colder early next week. highs will be
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hurricane alex is over the eastern atlantic ocean. it is moving north and will affect the azores islands will strong winds later today. other than that
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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if you're just joining us, we're been following breaking news all morning. police say they made a major meth bust overnight, and only 10 on your side has the video. 10 on your side's rico bush has been following the latest details. we'll get an update from him in just a couple minutes. powerball prank! find out what happened when a nurse thought she won
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something good came the powerball mystery is still alive and well this morning. we still don't know who has the three tickets that match all the numbers in the 1- point-6 billion-dollar jackpot. a nurse in california thought she was one of the big winners only to find out her son played a really mean prank on her. earlier this week the owner of the "park avenue healthcare and wellness" bought 18-thousand tickets for
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nursing homes. workers started celebrating after they thought a nurse had the winning ticket. her son apparently sent her a picture of what he said was the winner. but the celebration turned to chaos after she discovered her son was joking. the facility owner says he is willing to send the nurse on an all-expenses-paid vacation because the joke was not nice. we're following breaking news. 10 on your side investigates an overnight meth bust in a local neighborhood. and we have exclusive video.
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scene. officers shoot a suspect in a double homicide invesigation. a second suspect is still on the loose. what we're expecting today from the police chief. and a generous donation from c-n-n's anderson cooper. how it will help four legged officers in hampton roads. overnight, we've been up gathering information about big breaking news from norfolk. investigators tell us, they've been on the scene of a meth bust at a home on templar boulevard. that's off chesapeake boulevard in the bayview neighborhood. and only 10 on your side has the video. let's get right to rico bush who's been on the scene since the wee hours of the morning. rico. lex, katie, a source close to the investigation tell me several people are in police custody after the meth bust. we are about to show you some video of the bust of the home behind me, but we are being very careful and not showing you the faces of the agents to
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overnight, d-e-a agents and norfolk police ransacked the home on templar boulevard and found several items to case against the residents. officers pried open a metal safe last night and seized most of the materials in it. according to a neighbor in the area, who didn't want to go on camera, undercover agents surrounded the home around 9 last night. they busted down the door down and barged inside of the home. we're told undercover agents detained several people and placed a pet from the home into their custody. following the drug bust, a source tells us hazmat crews found several chemicals used to make meth - you can see in this video only captured by 10 on your side, several crews carefully storing and cleaning up the hazardous materials, then condemning the home. we are working to find out what else police discovered inside the house and if they seized any money related to the investigation. we are
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possible charges the residents maybe facing. we'll keep you posted that information once we find out. live in norfolk, rico bush, 10 on your side. our morning team has been very busy on this friday. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is in the weather center with a look at the weekend forecast. and jen lewis is keeping a close eye on the roads. jen there is a problem on 264 in virginia beach. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: increasing clouds. warmer. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds south 10mph. tonight: rain moves in by this evening and lasts overnight. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds south 10mph. saturday: clearing skies. highs will be in the increase. rain moves in by the early evening hours. we'll see rain overnight, but it should move out by very early tomorrow morning. the rest of saturday looks good with highs in the upper 50s to near 60. on
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push a little bit of moisture our way. the models have trended drier yesterday, but i am still calling for a few sprinkles or flurries on sunday during the day. check back for updates to this. regardless, we will be much colder early next week. highs will be north and will affect the azores islands will strong winds later today. other than that it will stay out to sea. today -- you have a chance to interview for a new job. kroger is looking to hire seven hundred workers in its mid-atlantic division. many of those jobs will fill vacanies at its nine stores in hampton roads. the job fair is today from three to seven at kroger's hampton roads training center in virginia beach. the address is on your screen. remember to dress to impress and bring along an updated resume. this morning on the outer banks, kill devill hills will talk about adding new hotels. we first told you about how town leaders were thinking about building a new hotel last week. they say it's been almost 30 years since a new hotel came to the area. the board of
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hold a work session scheduled at 8:30 this morning. it will take place in the administration building. we put the address on your screen. we're following breaking business news this morning. chinese appliance maker haier group will buy general electric's appliance unit for five point four billion dollars. the sale comes as g-e shift its focus to high-technology and higher-profit areas like medical equipment. we have new information about a deadly terrorist attack in indonesia. investigators say they retrieved an isis flag from the home of one of the suspects. we told you yesterday morning as breaking news, isis claimed responsibility. police arrested three men linked to the blasts in jakarta. five men attacked a starbucks in the country's capitol. seven people died, including the five suspects. new this morning, a disturbing report about how the army allegedly handled shipping live vials of anthrax for more than a decade. according to a story by
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high-ranking officers who ran an army biodefense lab in utah face possible disciplinary actions. the report found the army neglected safety warnings. so far, there have been no illnesses associated with the shipments. nasa makes a deal. it will launch more missions from the eastern shore to the international space station. we'll tell you how soon a rocket could take off. more sea turtles stunned by cold water in our area. 10 on your side checks in on their recovery. and the norfolk police department gets ready to
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: increasing clouds. warmer. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds south 10mph. tonight: rain moves in by this evening and lasts overnight. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds south 10mph. saturday: clearing skies. highs will be in the upper 50s. winds west rain moves in by the early evening hours. we'll see rain overnight, but it should move out by very early tomorrow morning. the rest of saturday looks good with highs in the upper 50s to near 60. on sunday a cold front will move through the region. also an area of low pressure will be well offshore, but it will push a little bit of moisture our way. the models have trended drier yesterday, but i am still calling for a
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on sunday during the day. check back for updates to this. regardless, we will be much colder early next week. highs will be in the 30s. hurricane alex is over the eastern atlantic ocean. it is moving north and will affect the azores islands will strong winds later today. other than that it will stay out to sea. 10 on your side expects to learn more information in an officer-involved shooting. one suspect is still on the loose this morning after police find two men dead in a van. and -- a celebrity journalist steps up. we'll tell you how he's reacting to the death of a local police dog. plus there are lots of fun events happening in
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local four legged officers will get some help from journalist anderson cooper. we're getting this news just days after norfolk's police k-9 krijger died. a local organization called "spikes k-9 fund" says cooper will buy all the dogs
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vests. cooper donated the money from his speaking fee for his upcoming "norfolk forum." that's scheduled for january 26th. he gave the money to the k-9 krijger ballistic vest campaign. his donation will provide vests for all police dogs in norfolk, as well as vests for others in hampton roads. police officers will say their goodbyes to krijger next week. a gunman shot and killed him during a stand off sunday night on land street. police shot that suspect, keith richardson. he died on tuesday. the norfolk police department scheduled krijger's funeral for tuesday at the police k-9 range. the dog will be buried in virginia beach. the ceremony is private, but you are welcome to pay tribute along the procession route. today we expect police to release more information on the double homicide that led to an officer shooting a suspect in newport news. the chaos began around 11 yesterday morning when a van crashed into a truck on wickham avenue, near 14th street. police found two men shot to death inside that van. witnesses
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men run from the scene. police reportedly found one suspect - armed - on roanoke avenue. an officer and sergeant shot that suspect. he's in the hospital this morning - but he is expected to live. jim bradley / lives near when i was a child and i don't know its just awful." 13:47:53 at last check - police were still searching for the second suspect. they have not identified the people who died in the van. the officer and sergeant are on administrative leave with pay. police plan to hold a news conference at 9 this morning. 10 on your side will be there. if you want to watch it as it happens - we'll stream it live on wavy-dot-com. other detectives in newport news are investigating a homicide. police tell us friends found a 59-year-old's body in his home on erin lane. that's off jefferson avenue. police tell us there was trauma to the man's body. we're working to learn what kind of trama and who the man
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as soon as we find out. resupply missions to the international space station will soon launch again from the eastern shore. governor terry mcauliffe announced the new deal nasa made with orbital a- t-k. the contract comes more than a year after a rocket exploded after a launch on wallops island. no one was hurt, but the blast damaged the spaceport. the next launch is scheduled for late may or june. the virginia aquarium is caring for cold- stunned sea turtles. crews rescued a cold green sea turtle from kiptopeke state park this week. they said the turtle came in with a body temperature of 48 degrees. it's the second cold-stunned sea turtle they've rescued this season. the stranding response team is slowly warming this guy up. c0014 14;06;59 these guys are cold blooded so they're very sensitive to their environment -- that's when they end up getting
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if you see a struggling turtle this winter, call the stranding response team right away. they say it may appear dead at first, so you should call no matter what. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. crash in virginia beach i-264 west before newtown
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: increasing clouds. warmer. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds south 10mph. tonight: rain moves in by this evening and lasts overnight. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds south 10mph. saturday: clearing skies. highs will be in the upper 50s. winds west 10-15mph. we'll see a nice day today until this evening. clouds will increase. rain moves in by the early evening hours. we'll see rain overnight, but it should move out by very early tomorrow morning. the rest of saturday looks good with highs in the upper 50s to near 60. on sunday a cold front will move through the region. also an area of low pressure will be well offshore, but it will push a little bit of moisture
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trended drier yesterday, but i am still calling for a few sprinkles or flurries on sunday during the day. check back for updates to this. regardless, we will be much colder early next week. highs will be in the 30s. hurricane alex is over the eastern atlantic ocean. it is moving north and will affect the azores islands will strong winds later today. other than that
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looking ahead to the weekend, there are a lot of fun events planned in our area. you can find a full list on our community website h-r-scene-dot-com. this weekend also kicks off restaurant week for two local cities. we put a full list of participating restaurants
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and newport news for you on h-r- scene-dot-com. switch over with us to fox-43 for breaking news. we're following an overnight meth bust. only
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