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this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend.
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monday. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. we have new information in a story we first told you about as breaking news last night at 10. in
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arrested 8 people tied to the standoff in oregon over federal lands. one of those arrests includes ammon bundy. he's been leading a group of ranchers who took over a national wildlife refuge more than three weeks ago. according to cnn, during the arrest, protester lavoy finicum and bundy's brother didn't surrender. shots were fired and finicum died. bundy's brother was hurt. right now it's unclear who started the shooting. the bundy ranch released a message on facebook last night saying in part "one of liberty's finest patriots is fallen. he will not go silent into eternity." cnn reports the people arrested face felony charges related to their occupation. this morning it's unclear if the arrests will put and end to the occupation. the case involving a gloucester high school transgendered teen is inching closer to washington. gavin grimm's battle for the right to use the boy's restroom goes before the u-s appeals court in richmond
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side plans to be there. rico bush joins us now with more details on his fight and what's happening today. rico - don, katie - grimm's attorney's with the a-c-l-u are asking the 4th u-s circuit court of appeals to overturn a norfolk federal judge's ruling, which banned him from using the boy's bathroom. grimm was born a female, but identifies as a male. in september 20-14, gloucester county school board adopted a new policy, which required students to use bathrooms based on their biology. grimm said that made him feel uncomfortable, and the a-c-l-u sued on his behalf. they sought a preliminary injunction, which would have allowed him to use the boy's bathroom until a possible trial, but last year a norfolk federal judge ruled against them. the a-c-l-u filed an appeal and wants to the court to settle the disagreement on bathroom use policies against gender identity. oral arguments are scheduled for later this morning and the a-c-l-u plans to hold a news conference immediately afterwards. the "bathroom issue" is
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the court rules in favor of grimm in the coming months. a republican lawmaker in the virginia house of delegates submitted a controversial bill that would require restrooms in schools and public buildings to be used based on biology. anyone caught using the "wrong" restroom could get a fine of 50 dollars. rico bush, 10 on your side. now to decision 20-16 news. republican presidential candidate donald trump got a big evangelical endorsement from liberty university president jerry falwell junior. this comes a week after trump's speech at liberty's convocation. falwell says he believes trump can lead american to greatness again. it's a big boost for trump heading into the iowa caucus. in 20-12, 57-percent of caucus-goers identified as evangelical or born again. more big news from the trump campaign yesterday - the candidate says he's skipping tomorrow's republican debate in des moines. he's unhappy with fox
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moderator megyn kelly. trump says he's holding his own event to raise money for wounded veterans instead. in other political news, democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is expected to meet with president obama today in the oval office. the white house says the meeting is informal and does not have a specific agenda. so far the president has not shown any favoritism toward a particular candidate. still ahead, new information about the so-called "affluenza teen". why he could be headed back to the u-s as early as this week. plus, health officials confirm someone with the zika virus is in virginia. why they say it doesn't pose any danger to the public. and we're learning new information from investigators about the
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered
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cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a
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the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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there's new information in the affluenza teen case. a lawyer for the texas teen accused of violating his probation and escaping to mexico, says ethan couch is dropping his deportation appeal. the lawyer says couch could be back in texas in one or two days. he's been in a mexican jail for weeks fighting extradition. in 20-13 couch killed
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his lawyer argued he was so rich, he didn't know right from wrong. couch got probation for the crash. investigators believe he and his mother escaped to mexico after couch allegedly drank alcohol at a party, which is a violation of his probation. new this morning, president obama wants to speed up research that would diagnose, prevent, and treat the zika virus. he met with top health leaders yesterday, and says he wants everyone to have information about the virus and how they can protect themselves. we learned yesterday from the virginia department of health that a virginia resident tested postive for the mosquito-borne virus. the person became infected after visiting a country where mosquitos are transmitting the virus. the health department says because it is not mosquito season in the u-s, the infected person does not pose a threat to anyone. the virus is strongly linked to cases of infants being born with birth defects. u-s officials and the c-d-c is recommending pregnant woman not travel to countries in the caribbean and south
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we have some new details about a portsmouth mother facing charges after police say she hit her child's assistant principal. a school resource officer at lakeview elementary arrested 43-year-old tracy lawrence yesterday. she's now facing assault charges. police say she spoke with the assistant principal about her child, didn't like the answer, and then hit the administrator so hard she lost consciousness briefly. police say no children saw the incident. we're learning new details from investigators about an american tourist killed while on vacation in the caribbean. 39-year-old jessica colker has ties local ties. she grew up in yorktown. police say sunday afternoon a man attacked her and her husband on a beach in grenada. the husband reported the man had a machete. "they were both attacked by this man, and the husband apparently escaped and ran and raised the alarm that his
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she was missing." an autospy didn't not show any knife wounds on colker. instead it said she died of a severe skull fracture. police say a man turned himself in, and investigators are questioning him, but he is not under arrest. meanwhile, colker's loved ones in yorktown are mourning her loss and remembering a dear friend. "jessica could fill the room with laughter in a second. and her smile just glowed. and she was such a caring person and open person. colker graduated tabb high school in 1994. we spoke with former classmates who showed us yearbook photos of her. they say the tabb community is grieving her loss. people in surry country are mourning the loss of a mother of three killed in a hit-and-run. christopher jackson faces charges in the death of angie cartwright. according to court records, he told police he had been drinking on december 20th. police say 47-year-old
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who was walking on the side of the street, and kept going. carwright's family says they both left the same party that night, and that jackson should not have been driving. "he was told not to drive. people at the party knew that he was to drunk even my sister helped him up when he feel because he was so drunk" i don't want his family to hurt, but he has to pay some kind of consequences for what he did. he knew what he did. and eventually down the road we might be able to forgive him, but right now i can't. i do not forgive him." cartwright's family says they are struggling with the cost to now raiser her three children. if you would like to learn more about how to help the family, just search for this story on wavy-dot-com. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph.
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lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will
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30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low
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scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along
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push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend.
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. today you have a chance to learn more about the newport news one city marathon. the first of several
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at 8:00 tonight at the denbigh community center in room 152. the city will talk about the race route, course preparation, weekend activities during the marathon, and the timeline for runners wishing to participate. if you can't make it tonight, there will be several other meetings next month. now to the water crisis developing in flint, michigan. governor rick snyder is asking for more health care services from the federal government to test children and young adults who may have been exposed to water contaminated with lead. meanwhile flint officials are trying to figure out how to replace the city's water system. the mayor says replacing the pipes could cost as much as 1-point-5 billion dollars. people are frustrated by the lack of action. no pipes have been replaced since the governor's announcement in october that the water organizing a water drive to help the people in flint. claudine ellis is taking water donations at the keller williams building off
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she say you can drop off water at the building during regular business hours or call them to set up another time that works for you. stay with us for breaking news coming up in our next half hour. we'll explain what happened overnight in washington state that left two people dead. plus, new video from anderson cooper's event in norfolk. we'll show you the touching moment when the audience recognized a local k-9 handler. but first, a state of emergency in california. why some residents refuse to leave their apartment that is just feet from
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this cliff. back now with a scary situation in california. in this drone video you can see dangerous beach erosion that's prompting a state of emergency. these are the bluffs along the pacifica shoreline. it is crumbling away, and putting people who live in that apartment building at risk. city officials declared the buidling uninhabitable monday, but some residents still refuse to leave. :36 - :50 "yes, i'm staying. i'm absolutely staying. the buildings, like we've said before, next door have way more damage and they're still standing after 5 years. so to displace 20 families and all their animals is ridiculous." butt to :58 - 1:08 "we don't have the money to leave anyway. we don't have the funds. we're living paycheck to paycheck and month to
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it and there's nowhere to go. there's nowhere to go." the pacifica city council says el nino storms are to blame for the erosion. we're learning more about the toll a fuel leak took on local wildlife in chesapeake. 75-thousand gallons of jet fuel spilled from a tank at a kinder morgan facility friday. the virginia beach spca and seven other wildlife agencies rescued more than 60 birds that were saturated in fuel. 30 of the geese and ducks were too far gone, and had to be put down. saving the rest wiped out the spca's stock of dish soap, towels, and gloves. the s-p-c-a asked for help, and people in the community donated a room full of supplies. banned from the boys bathroom. today a local
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to use the bathroom of his choice to federal court. plus people in portsmouth are unhappy with local leaders. you'll hear what they had to say to city council. plus a standing ovation for a local officer who lost his four legged partner. we'll show you the new video as c-n-n's anderson cooper helped to protect police k-9s in our area. that's such a great story, we can't wait to show you the pictures from last night. first we're getting you ready for the day with weather and traffic. jen lewis is making sure your commute runs smoothly this morning and meteoroloigst jeremy wheeler is tracking rain move into our area. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered
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the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a area of low pressure will see a few showers in the and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. good morning, hampton
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we're following breaking news from washington state. two people, a man and a woman, are dead and three other women are hurt following a shooting at a homeless camp in seattle last night. the police chief says she belives the shooting is not random, and the suspects targeted specific people inside the camp. so far there investigators have not made any arrests.
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searching for two people of interest. happening today-- the fight over which bathroom to use at a local high school is heading back to federal court. gloucester county high school junior gavin grimm is asking the u-s fourth circuit court of appeals to reverse a ruling banning him from using the boy's bathroom. we've been following grimm's battle with the gloucester county school board since november 20-14. grimm is transgender - he was born a female, but identifies as a male. rico bush is live in our newsroom with more on the student's lawsuit and what's ahead for the teen this morning. rico - katie, don, oral arguments are scheduled to begin in richmond in just a few hours - grimm's case is the first lawsuit in which a federal appeals court will weigh in on the "bathroom issue" for people who identify as transgender. and, advocates say a ruling in favor of grimm will be significant for transgender rights. in december 20-14, gloucester county school board banned grimm from using the boy's bathroom, saying he
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facilities or the woman's bathroom. officials say restroom use was based on biology, not gender. lawyers for the teen took the case to federal court and sought a preliminary injunction, which would have given him the okay to use the boy's bathroom. instead last year, a norfolk federal judge denied that request and sided with the school board. grimm and the a-c-l-u appealed the ruling to the fourth circuit in richmond, hoping to get the decision reversed. the federal government has backed the teen, saying the school board's policy is discriminatory. several states have filed briefs backing the gloucester county school board. look for a full report on the case on wavy news 10 starting at 4 p-m. live in the newsroom, rico bush, 10 on your side. also scheduled for court today is a travel agent accused of stealing thousands of dollars from local high school students. augstine acheampong faces mutliple embezzlement charges. 10 on your side has been following his case for months.
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smithfield high school paid him for their trip to europe, only to have acheampong cancel two days before they were going to leave. parents told us he promised them a refund. they say, they haven't gotten any money back. this morning we know what caused a fire that sent three people to the hospital. the york county fire department said children played too close a space heater and a piece of paper caught fire. chopper 10 flew above what is left of the mobile home at the harwoods mill trailer park. monday, firefighters arrived to find the fire had taken over the home. people nearby pulled the side of the home off to rescue a woman inside. a local councilman fights back after recieving a hefty fine over a post on social media. is it even legal? 10 on your side talks to lawyers. plus, what's going to happen after council rejected a proposed outdoor gym at the oceanfront? we'll get an update from the mayor. and the winter clean up continues as many people head back to work. we'll show you the big
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this morning in d-c. luana:1 on the next "the hampton
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon.
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40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly
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highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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portsmouth's mayor once again refuses to answer 10 on your side's questions. we'll tell you what he told residents concerned about his leadership and crime in the city. plus big projects proposed at the oceanfront. we'll tell you which one is stalled and which one could get a green light. plus c-n-n's anderson cooper meets the officers
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a follow-up now to a generous donation to protect four legged officers in our area. c-n-n's anderson cooper spoke in norfolk last night. he donated his speaking fee to spikes k-9 fund after learning a norfolk police k-9, krijger, died in a shootout. krijger's
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to hear cooper speak, and was met with a standing ovation. outside media officer mcniff standign ov for k9 nats of clapping these are pictures of cooper with officers last night. because of cooper and spike's k-9 fund, 38 police dogs across portsmouth, suffolk, chesapeake, virginia beach, and newport news will receive ballistic vests. portsmouth residents fired off concerns during last night's city council meeting. the meeting marked the first since disputes between city leaders made national headlines. the room was so packed, some residents were forced to stand. several folks expressed disapproval of the fine facing councilman bill moody - who paid 15- hundred dollars to council for a facebook post. councilman moody is fighing that fine. other residents called out mayor kenny wright for allegedly eluding the sheriff, and police officers, when they tried to pull him over
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c29 10:47:04 "our mayor, allegedly, refusing to submit to law enforcement orders and has been charged with a felony. no apologies to citizens. what an example to teenagers. how flattering to portsmouth... just like your grin right now." butt to c22 10:08:33 such as failing to yield to an authority requesting a stop, eluding the police." the mayor responded to certain concerns -- like, crime in the city. but he had nothing to say to folks concerned about his leadership. he also ignored 10 on your side's questions. now to more of the fight between portsmouth's city council. we told you councilman bill moody is disputing his fine for talking about a closed session. 10 on your side looked into what happened. councilman moody wrote on his facebook page the confederate war monument would be talked about behind closed doors. we spoke with his lawyer
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break any rules. runs:05 (2:42 1) ((i dont see any violation of law discussed)) councilman moody says he did not talk about any details from the closed seesion after the meeting. he wants to know why his post justifies a 15-hundred dollar fine. 10 on your side asked the city's attorney if the law is unconstitutional. he told us no comment. the future of a high-end hotel on the oceanfront is up in the air. that's because the state says it won't fund the project. virginia beach has also not approved using any money for the new development. an o-d-u professor reviewed the proposal and recommended the city would need to fund 30-percent to complete it. mayor will sessoms said he supports the project, but agrees with the state. the mayor says he plans to meet with the developers. new this morning we're also hearing from virginia beach mayor will sessoms, about another proposed redevelopment at the oceanfront.
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proposal to create a new pier, hotel, and more restaurants between 14th and 15th streets. a group of six families who own the land partnered to propose a 245-million dollar development of the land to the city. it's something mayor sessoms says he's looking forward to. feeds: clip: 15th street pier proposal - clip 48 17:04:43 at first brush its something very exciting in my opinion. and i really respect that we are going about this the right way. the developers and the city will reach out to the public 17:04:54 butt to 17:05:26 i feel confident that we're going to make that happen. i really do. 17:05:30 if city council gives the green light, construction could begin as early as the fall. life is starting to get back to normal for people affected by this past weekend's blizzard. as the major clean up continues, today will be a big test for the metro near washington, dc. many people plan to head in to work for the first semi-regular commute. schools are still closed in northern viriginia as crews try to
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for students. at least 48 people have died because of the big snowstorm. about 25 percent of those deaths happened to people shoveling snow, which in some areas was more than two feet deep. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back
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see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll
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area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. today: cloudy with scattered showers this morning. then mostly cloudy this afternoon. highs will be in the mid 40s early. temps will drop to the low 40s later today. winds north 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 5-10mph. thursday: mostly cloudy. scattered showers, but not a washout. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds north 5-10mph. we'll have some scattered showers this morning as a cold front moves through the region. temps will fall from the mid 40s to the low 40s today. we will dry out a little this afternoon as the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll
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area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. the front stalls out offshore. some clouds will remain. tomorrow an area of low pressure will form offshore along the front. this will push some moisture back towards our region. we'll see a few showers in the area with the highest chance for rain over northeast north carolina and the outer banks. then we'll dry out for friday into the weekend. we are looking at a very nice weekend. chance for rain on monday. good morning, hampton
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10 on your side followed up with mayor will sessoms about why the proposed fitness park at the oceanfront was turned down. residents who lived hear the proposed location were not happy that it would have been built near them on 46th street. the developer planned to donate equpiment that included pull up bars and ropes. feeds: clip: fitness park proposal mayor sessoms 17:06:24 unfortunately i believe we handled that request improperly as a city. and i think we could have done a lot more homework and prevented
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caused some of the citizens. about the location 17:06:42 the mayor told us the city and councilman john uhrin are working with the developer to find another location. mayor sessoms says he feels like they are getting close. a local transgender student takes his appeal to federal court.
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bush previews the case. new information. what we learned overnight about the deadly arrest of oregon protesters ocuppying a wildlife refuge. plus, a local transgender teen's case heads to an appeals court today. rico bush has more on his fight to use the boy's restroom. and skipping the debate. what donald trump will be
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