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10 on your side's brandi cummings is live in williamsburg with details. the alert was sent out on saturday, saying a student contracted the zika virus over the winter break while traveling in central america. the college will not release any information about the student - like the person's gender, or why he or she was in central america or even who he or she was with. officials will only say the student is still enrolled. officials have said the student is expected to recover and is not having any symptoms of the zika virus. zika is primarily spread to people through a college spokesperson told me the student alerted college officials on friday that he or se contracted the virus and the advisory was sent out on saturday. during an interview this afternoon a spokesperson stressed that they believe there is no risk to anyone else on
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no risk to anyone else on campus. our message to the campus community and the greater williamsburg community is that we are aware of this that we are monitoring it that our conversations with our own health and wellness team as well as the cdc show that there is no health risk here on campus or in the community. we spoke to several students today about the zika virus alert. you'll hear from them today on wavy news at 5. live in williamsburg brandi cummings 10 on your side. the world health organization predicts up to four million people could be infected with the zika virus over the next decade. most people get very mild symptoms with zika. the c-d-c says the most common symptoms are fever, rash, joint pain, or conjunctivitis or (pink eye). other common symptoms
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headache. evidence is growing that the virus could be causing devastating birth defects in babies born to mothers who became infected while pregnant. there's also evidence zika could be causing guillan barre (gee-on bah-ray) syndrome that temporarily paralyzes some people. coming up in our next half hour: i'll talk to a state health department virus. a williamsburg woman could spend decades in prison for stealing from an 82- year-old man. he hired her to help out around the house. but while she was doing that -- federal investigators say she stole more than 558- thousand dollars. 10 on your side's lex gray spoke with the victim today. anita, pete mcdonald tells me the woman now accused of stealing so much from him was more like a friend than an employee. he hired dana morris back in november 20- 11. they would watch morning t-v and go out to lunch. but morris also did his laundry and handled his mail and bills. and that's where he eventually found a problem. mcdonald says in december of 2014 -- a check
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had allegedly been doing. when he would write her 400-dollar checks every month -- she was apparently adding a one, then a 3, then a 4. eventually, mcdonald says she was paying herself as much at 44-hundred dollars a month. according to federal court documents, morris committed wire fraud when she sent the money to a bank in texas. she was arrested january 13. pete mcdonald/alleged victim 12:20 i'd say i was more disillusioned and hurt and angry, my god, you're supposed to know people. completely misjudged her, which is the same reaction from people around here who ate with us and knew her and they can't believe it. she's a nice person. :41 morris already posted bond, and pleaded not guilty. i reached out to both her and her attorney today, but didn't hear back. her trial in federal court is scheduled for march 31st. i'm lex gray, 10 on your
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now at 4: the weather. after a beautiful day there's rain in the forecast. chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler 10 weather center to show us what's on the radar. overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as
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overnight a chance of a between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as high as 30. toano-based lumber liquidators will pay more than $13 million dollars for illegally importing hardwood flooring. a norfolk federal judge sentenced the company today. lumber liquidators pleaded guilty to five federal charges involving illegal lumber trafficking back in october. the lumber was manufactured in china, but came from illegally logged timber in russia. a williamsburg man is behind bars charged with indecent exposure. police say on saturday --- 57-year- old barry holloway exposed himself
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several people at a hotel on york street. holloway is in jail without bond. the york-poqouson sheriffs office is looking for a gas station robber. these are surveillance photos from the tabb exxon on big bethel road. investigators say a man with a gun walked in around 6-45 saturday morning and demanded money from the register. he ordered the clerk to the floor and ran. chesapeake police are working to identify the two women in this surveillance photo. detectives say they used a stolen credit. the victim says she lost her wallet on january 4th in the centerville turnpike area. a short time later --- someone used the victim's credit cards at several stores in the greenbrier area. norfolk police are still working to make an arrest in a weekend drive-by shooting. bullets hit three people --- including two teenagers. it happened around 3:30 yesterday afternoon on a basketball court near widgeon road and partridge street. that's just a few blocks behind norview high school. detectives say someone fired shots from a blue s-u-v. a 13-year-old, a
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year-old were shot. police say all three victims should recover. norfolk police are investigating another shooting on east olney road. that's near downtown. it happened around 7-45 last night. police say the victim should recover. if you have information about any of these crimes --- call the crime line. a man is behind bars charged in the murder of his mother in norfolk. police say 22-year-old shawn hunter shot and killed sonya hunter saturday morning. it happened outside their home on westcliff drive, off east little creek road. detectives haven't told us about a motive. family members did tell 10 on your side hunter needs help for a mental illness. there is a memorial service tonight for a family of six killed in a murder-suicide. police found the bodies of todd, lori, landon, brooke, doris, and cameron dooley inside two different homes on north george washington highway and wildwood road last week. investigators say 26-year-old cameron dooley shot and killed his relatives before
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service for the family starts at 7 at deep creek baptist church. several friends and members of the community have organized to help family members cover funeral costs. if you'd like to donate to the dooley family, you can visit any towne bank branch and make a donation to the doris dooley account. you can also use a go-fund-me account. you'll find a link in this story on wavy- dot-com. new since midday --- the gloucester county sheriff's office is looking for the people who damaged school property during last month's snow storm. these are pictures from the surveillance system at page middle school on january 23rd. deputies say three people in a truck drove recklessly and caused a lot of damage. if you know anything about what happened here --- call the crime line. the chesapeake fire department is investigating what sparked the fire that destroyed a shed and damaged a home. it started around noon today on ormer road in indian river. when firefighters arrived --- the backyard shed was engulfed in flames.
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the vinyl siding and damaged the electrical panel on the back of the home located on the property. the three people who live in the home can't stay there tonight. tomorrow --- chesapeake residents can learn more about contaminated water in their community. 10 on your side first reported the issue near fentress a couple of weeks ago. test results showed that drinking water near the field had high levels of dangerous chemicals. the navy is providing drinking water to affected residents. tomorrow's meeting will be held at butts road intermediate school on mount pleasant road from 4 to 7 p-m. the navy, e-p-a, the city and state agencies will talk with residents . pulling strength from years of struggle, today in williamsburg a bell that's been silent since segregation rang out loud and clear. (nats of ringing) the first baptist church of williamsburg is rich in history founded in 1776. and people from all over the country
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likes of the reverend jesse jackson, and congressman bobby scott in its' pulpit today to kick off the start of black history month 2016. feed bobby scott--6:32 it is through the history of first baptist church that we can all see the parallels between african american history and the history of the united states 6:39 the hope here was that just as the bell was renovated, removing a dark past, people would hear a message of moving forward in healing. i'll have more on that message, the importance of this ceremony and who came here to hampton roads to be a part of it at five oclock. 10 on your side is working to learn more about a homicide investigation in virginia beach. what 10 on your side's jason marks uncovered today. we lock our phones to keep everything on it out of the wrong hands. but what if someone needs that information to save your life? we're on your side with what first responders want you to do right now in case of an emergency. life after release. 10 on your side investigative reporter chris horne has been looking into how difficult it is for ex-inmates to leave
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it's not about the past - it's about the future. that's what a convicted felon needs to emphasize when that person applies for a job. investigative reporter chris horne is looking into what options are available for ex-offenders. how do people who want to turn their lives around find work? they can't go it alone. resources on the state and local levels specialize in helping released inmates become productive members of society. so who's hiring? local agencies have developed partnerships with area companies that
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manufacturing. we found a furniture factory where a third of the workforce is made up of people with criminal backgrounds. they've been hiring ex-offenders for more than a decade, and say some of their best employees are people who are former inmates. how does a released felon even look for a job? agencies such as step up, second chances and the norfolk prisoner re-entry program all can help them develop job- searching and interview skills. the support and resources are there - and more employers are willing to hire. coming up at 5, we'll have more on a campaign to keep the question about of job applications. then at 615 - our full report, and see how we discovered how difficult it is for a
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the straight and narrow. chris horne 10 on your side. chief meteorologist don slater overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as
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here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news chief meteorologist don slater overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44.
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becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as high as 30. here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news here is a look behind the scenes as a dedicated staff on your side continues overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind
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the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as
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here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news here is a look behind the scenes as a dedicated staff on your side continues to work in the newsroom. i'm tom schaad in the wavy live center halfway through the school year, and the virginia beach educators are already looking ahead to next. at 5, an update that will affect you and your children. one week later, and no arrests. police in newport news want you to see a very important piece of video that could solve a robbery. and modifying human embryos, once thought to be science fiction. we'll tell you where this is becoming reality. see these stories when nicole livas joins me beginning at 5. a plan to revitalize an area of chesapeake. 10 on your side's erin kelly is learning more
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she found out --- next. something returned on flights today that many travelers haven't experienced in about ten years. we'll tell you what's back --- next. i do everything on the internet but, it's kind of slow.
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i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (husband) we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here. (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100 meg upload and download speeds, plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. switch to better. switch to fios. here in vineland, home of progresso, we love all kinds of chicken soups...
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white breast meat chicken every time. so if you're not going to make your own chicken soup tonight, do what we do...make it progresso. look at this sweet face. so sweet. ok, we're going to need a napkin gooey, flaky, happy. toaster strudel. the u.s. supreme court just denied the g-o-p request to put a hold on a new congressional map. this is a look at the old map - what republicans want to keep through the 2016
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could help democrats win the 4th congressional district, represented by republican rep. randy forbes. republicans are also asking the court to reverse a decision that said lawmakers in 2012 illegally packed too many congressional district. the court is set to hear that case - next month. on most smartphones --- there's a feature or an app that emergency personnel and police really wish you would use. on iphones --- it's right there in the bottom left-hand corner of the locked screen: the word "emergency." tap on it and a keypad pops up for a quick call to say 911. or if you're unconscious --- someone else like a paramedic can tap on "medical id" below the keypad and up pops info on yourself that could prove crucial. it's a standard app on iphones. you put in whatever information you deem important like your name, the person to call in case of emergency, and most importantly medical conditions. tony patillo / paramedic / charlotte, nc medic "if
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want to know that. if you have preexisting heart condition, if you have strokes, if you are diabetic, all of those major medical situations, which could actually determine the outcome of why you're having the medical emergency in the first place." certain android phones come with similar apps. there are also plenty online to choose from. the advice from the medical community: do it now. after more than a decade --- free snacks are back on america's biggest airlines. delta never dropped them. united airlines and american airlines are flying with free snacks again as of today. here's something most of us wouldn't do --- chase down a speeding police officer. one driver says a police cruiser frightened her so much --- she went after it. we'll show you what happened when the officer stopped. the iowa caucuses are just a few hours away. what the presidential candidates are doing to try and get votes. chief meteorologist don slater is working on your forecast live in the super doppler 10 weather center. he's
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chief meteorologist don
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overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then
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a thunderstorm after 10 to 20, with gusts as high as 30. 10 on your side is looking into a weekend shooting that left a man dead in virginia beach. it happened early sunday morning on newton arch. 10 on your side's jason marks spent the day at the apartment complex and out? anita the shooting happened just before 1 am-- when crews got on the scene they found a man lying on a sidewalk. let's show you the area where this shooting took place. neighbors say it here in the back parking lot behind the mayfair apartments-- that's just off of newtown road. i talked with several people in the neighborhood who say they heard several gun shots and followed by a woman screaming. just of sirens rang though the
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man was shot in the chest and died at the hospital. we saw several bullet holes in the wall at the complex. 10 on your side has learned the name of the victim but since his name hasn't been relased by police we aren't going to release it either. i spoke with the mother of his children today and she did not want to go on camera but she says he is a father of 8. police also have not said if they have any suspect information. we will keep working to find out anything new on virginia beach's most recent murder investigation. jason marks 10 on your side. chesapeake detectives are working to make an arrest in a double shooting. officers found a man and woman shot around 8 last night on booker street. paramedics took both victims to the hospital. we're working to find out more about their condition. norfolk wants to recognize crime fighters. every year the crime prevention awards committee recognizes people or groups who make a difference in the ongoing fight. it could be a teen steering his or her friends away from crime, a business working to eliminate opportunities for crime, or a police officer or city
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job to prevent crime. nominations are accepted until february 26th. we posted a link to the more about a proposal for a new fieldhouse in chesapeake. one council member hopes it will revitalize the chesapeake square retail area. 10 on your side's erin kelly spent the day learning more about the idea. councilman roland davis says the fieldhouse could attract people from across the region and increase real estate and sales tax revenues. his overview included these photos of the virginia beach fieldhouse - just for illustration purposes. he's picturing an indoor facility with turf fields, volleyball and basketball courts. it's not clear exactly where it would go. under the proposal - the city would use existing funds - and spend about 7 million to build it. then they would look for someone to lease, manage, and operate the facility -- 2012 i think the chesapeake square mall area just basically needs that area,
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you just need creativity. you just need ideas. 2028 this thursday at 630 - councilman davis will have a question & answer session - about the proposed project - at the portsmouth-chesapeake elks lodge on gum road. coming up at 5:30 -- you'll hear from a woman behind a very active facebook group -- aimed at moving western branch forward. live in chesapeake, erin kelly, 10 on your side. decision 2016. it's caucus day in iowa. the first ballots of the presidential election are cast tonight. as n-b-c's steve handelsman reports --- the winner in each party gets a big boost going into new hampshire and the rest of the primaries. (super: des moines, ia :00-:xx) to power up her volunteers to get out the vote, tonight, hillary clinton brought donuts. (sot hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate :xx-:xx) "i'm feeling so energized because of all of you!" she has the first time caucusers that he's counting on (sot sen. bernie sanders/
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candidate :xx-:xx) "we win tonight if voter turnout is high!" his workers are signing up first timers (sot no name available :xx-:xx) "i have never felt as strongly about an election as i do this time." sanders has a big lead in new hampshire (sot steve handelsman's question: steve h q: - you've got to win here in iowa - right? (sot sen. bernie sanders / (d) presidential candidate :xx-:xx) "no, of course not. (ah-ha-half laugh) you know - that's media mythology. of course we want to win here in iowa. but if we end up getting two delegates less than hillary clinton has - why is that the end of the world?" on the republican side, marco rubio visited volunteers (sot sen. marco rubio / (r) presidential candidate :xx-:xx) "it's going to make a big difference tonight. we're polls... then slipped... was in jefferson (sot sen. ted cruz / (r) presidential candidate :xx-:xx) "we have now been to all 99 counties in the great state of iowa ..." cruz filled a hall last night... he's counting on evangelicals donald trump today drew a smaller crowd than usual .... hours before trumps needs a big turnout of first time
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trump / (r) presidential candidate :xx-:xx) "win, lose, or draw. i love you folks all. i love you all." all eyes on trump tonight. will the leader in gop polling grab his first ever election victory? again its trump and sanders who say they need a big turnout. always tough to get here in iowa...especially with snow in the forecast. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, des moines, iowa. we have continuing coverage of the iowa caucus on wavy-dot-com. go to the politics page for "8 things you need to know", things to know about the delegates, how businesses are cashing in on the 2016 caucus and more. ahead at five -- hear from the man who says his once trusted housekeeper stole nearly half a million dollars from him. we're on your side addressing your concerns with the zika virus. i'm talking to an expert. february is the month we raise awareness about heart disease. doctors say a lot of people aren't doing enough of the one thing that reduces your risk. we're on your side with advice from the
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i do everything on the internet but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (husband) we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here. (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100 meg upload and download speeds, plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. switch to better. switch to fios. (vo) if you have type 2 diabetes, you may know what it's like to deal with high... and low blood sugar. januvia (sitagliptin) is a once-daily pill that, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar.
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and works less when your blood sugar is low, because it works by enhancing your body's own ability to lower blood sugar. plus januvia, by itself, is not likely to cause weight gain or low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). januvia should not be used in patients with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. tell your doctor if you have a history of pancreatitis. serious side effects can happen, including pancreatitis which may be severe and lead to death. stop taking januvia and call your doctor right away if you have severe pain in your stomach area which may be pancreatitis. tell your doctor right away and stop taking januvia if you have an allergic reaction that causes swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat, or affects your breathing or causes rash or hives. kidney problems sometimes requiring dialysis have been reported. some people may develop severe joint pain. call your doctor if this happens. using januvia with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. to reduce the risk, your doctor may prescribe a lower dose of the sulfonylurea or insulin. your doctor may do blood tests before and during treatment to check your kidneys.
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side effects may include upper respiratory tract infection, stuffy or runny nose, sore throat, and headache. for help lowering your blood sugar talk to your doctor about januvia. february is "heart month". it's a time to raise awareness about the nation's number one killer: heart disease. a new survey from cardiologists at the cleveland clinic finds 40-percent of us are not meeting the minimum
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exercise. february is "heart month". it's a time to raise awareness about the nation's number one killer: heart disease. a new survey from cardiologists at the cleveland clinic finds 40-percent of us are not meeting the minimum recommendations for exercise. 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week of walking, biking, lifting weights. any kind of moderate physical activity goes a long way in improving measures of cholesterol, blood sugar and blood pressure. fitness experts say start small and stay realistic. candice case - fitness director, ymca "don't expect to lose 20 pounds in that first month. don't expect to go to every class, you know, five days a week, right
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just as exercise can help prevent heart problems --- it's equally important for people already living with heart disease. doctors say they should be getting just as much physical activity as anybody else. and if you have those days that are impossible to work in a work-out --- don't take it sitting down. studies show simply standing for 2 hours a day can reduce heart disease risk by 10-percent. the white house wants to put one- billion dollars toward programs that speed up cancer research. it's part of the "moonshot to cure cancer" effort announced during president obama's state of the union speech last month. vice-president joe biden is leading the initiative to double the rate of cancer research progress over the next five years. the national institutes of health would receive the majority of the money. cancer is the number two killer in the u-s -- behind heart disease. the spread of the mosquito-borne zika virus is now considered an international emergency. we're working to calm your fears. i'm talking to an expert here in our studio about what you need to know. a virginia man escaped
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fire victim's son says what makes it so blind. overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in
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it's about time the taco...came out of its shell. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. 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 college of william and mary has confirmed a student has the zika virus. a school official says the student got the virus in december while on a trip to central america. the world health organization has declared the zika virus an international public health emergency. we know many have questions about this virus and especially the potential danger it poses to pregnant women and their unborn babies, (switch 2-shot) so, we've invited epidemiologist, lisa engle with the virginia department of health to help us anwers some of your questions. - are students or others in contact with that w&m student at risk? - should people think twice about travel to countries where its prevelant? - what are risks to pregnant woman and babies - how long will it stay in blood stream? how long shuould someone wait
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the c-d-c says about one in 5 people infected with zika virus become ill. the most common symptoms are fever, rash, joint pain, or conjunctivitis or (red eyes). other common symptoms include muscle pain and headache. zika is usually mild with symptoms lasting for several days to a week. deaths are rare. there is no vaccine or medication available to prevent or treat zika the c-d-c says about one in 5 people infected with zika virus become ill. the most common symptoms are fever, rash, joint pain, or conjunctivitis or (red eyes). other common symptoms include muscle pain and headache. zika is usually mild with symptoms lasting for several days to a week. deaths are rare. there is no vaccine or medication available to
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infections. the c-d-c says about one in 5 people infected with zika virus become ill. the most common symptoms are fever, rash, joint pain, or conjunctivitis or (red eyes). other common symptoms include muscle pain and headache. zika is usually mild with symptoms lasting for several days to a week. deaths are rare. there is no vaccine or medication available to prevent or treat zika
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two virginia tech students accused in the death of a 13-year-old girl will return to court in march. the suspects in the death of 13-year-old nicole madison lovell made their first courtroom appearances today. 18-year-old david eisenhauer is charged with first-degree murder and abduction. 19-year-old natalie keepers is charged with improper disposal of a body and accessory after the fact. the students did not enter a plea today. lovell's body was found saturday near the virginia-north carolina border. police have not said how she was killed or release a motive for her murder. investigators are working to figure out what sparked the fire that engulfed an industrial building in los angeles. propane cylinders and combustible storage items fueled the flames of this morning's fire. it sent thick black smoke over a business area. more than 140 firefighters battled the fire. there are no
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the son of a virginia man says it's miraculous his father is safe after a house fire. that's because the fire victim is blind. he escaped this burning home in amelia. rodger delpblind man's son "he felt an intense amount of heat on his face once he opened the front door. he treated back into the house grabbed his phone and attempted to call 911." "when that failed, he realized he needed to get out of the house immediately." "he continues to the back and gets down the stairs and in the backyard." "the neighbors noticed that the house was in flames. they were able to come and talk to my dad and get him over to their house." the house is a complete loss. the man is fine and staying with his son. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a man is in custody in pennsylvania for slashing a woman in the face. a group of good samaritans took him down outside a shopping center and it was all caught on video. police say the man had a box cutter when he tried to rob a woman inside her parked car. david hammond/good samaritan "i witnessed a
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yelling that someone just robbed her." "the way she reacted was pretty awesome, like screaming out for help and protecting herself like that which made it easy for someone to come and help her. "i just figured it was the right thing to do. good people should help good people." the victim suffered cuts to her face but is otherwise okay. a role reversal in florida. a miami driver noticed a squad car she says was speeding. she says it frightened her --- so she chased the officer down. (claudia castillo) "you were leaving me behind, and i was going 80 miles an hour, and i just wanted to know, what's the emergency?" (officer) "i don't know how fast i was going but i can tell you i'm on the way to work. i don't believe i was speeding ." (claudia castillo) "you were speeding." (officer) "well i apologize and i'll be sure to slow down." (claudio castillo) "all right." the driver says she recorded the encounter on her cell phone that was mounted on her dashboard mirror. the video has gone viral. the miami dade police
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chief meteorologist don slater overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1pm. mostly cloudy, with a
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10 to 20, with gusts as high as 30. straight ahead on wavy
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overnight a chance of a few showers, mainly between 10pm and 1am. cloudy, with a low around 44. light and variable wind becoming north 5-10 in the evening. tuesday mostly cloudy & cooler. highs: 50-55. northeast wind 10. tuesday night mostly cloudy. lows: 45-49. east wind at 10 becoming south after midnight. wednesday a chance of rain, then rain likely and possibly a thunderstorm after a high near 70. south wind 10 to 20, with gusts as
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straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 the zika virus has spread to a local college campus. 10 on your brandi cumming's will have student reaction in a live report. do you recognize this man? at five find out why police in newport news are looking for this suspect. then at five-thirty - right place - right time. how a woman rescued a man trapped under a fallen tree and why some are calling it "divine intervention." then at 6-- trying to start a new life. convicts fresh out of jail-- but what to do? see how getting back into the job market is more difficult than we even thought. a 10 on your side investigation-- at 6. but first ahead here at 4 amazing video of a surfer freefalling from a monster wave. wait until you hear what this man did the day
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a terrifying free fall caught on tape in hawaii. professional surfer tom dosland fell about 40-feet last week while trying to ride a giant wave in maui. he said he was actually blinded for a few seconds because of the strong sea spray before falling. dosland says it felt like being in a car crash.
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stiff neck and a broken board. he was out surfing the next day. wavy news 10 at 5 starts right now. brandi whip: brandi sot tease - clip 23 5pm 19:17:50 concerns being raised at the college of william and mary after officials say a student contracted the zika virus. im brandi cummings in williamsburg with what students and school leaders have to say. 19:18:02 sot: 13:01 dana morris would be the kind of person you would be glad to have as a friend. :05 but a williamsburg man found out that friendship came with a price, up to a half million dollars! editor: nats of bell and why this sound still means freedom decades after segregation. a 10 time saver traffic alert -- you're taking a live look at i-664 at the western freeway. you can see traffic is backed-up. that's because right now first responders are on the scene of an accident.
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blocked on i-664 past the western freeway. motorists are advised to avoid the area right now. we will update you as we learn more. our top story at five -- a local college student has been diagnosed with the mosquito-borne zika virus. today - the world health organization declared an international emergency. 10 on your side's brandi cummings live at the college of william and mary. brandi, how are students reacting? the students we spoke to today say they got the message from school officials over the weekend and were alert but quickly put at ease when school leaders said there was no health risk to the campus. it was back to class as normal for students at the college of william & mary that as a fellow student recovers from a virus now considered a world health emergency. sot - katie slacin, freshman w & m student - clip 4 19:09:03 im definitely saturday. in it, officials said a student contracted the zika virus during
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winter break - sometime between mid december and mid january. sot - jessie chiasson, freshman w & m student - was that much of a threat considering they felt the need to notify us. 19:06:24 according to the centers for disease control the zika virus is spread to people joint pain, and conjunctivitis or red eyes. william and mary officials say the student alerted them of the diagnosis friday but the campus is not at risk. sot - suzanne seurattan, director of news & media university communications -clip 27 19:18:48 after our consultations with no health risks to campus. 19:18:55 that has been enough to ease the minds of the students we spoke to. sot - jessie chiasson, freshman w & m student - second email so im not that concerned about it. 19:06:38 sot - ross anderson, apprehensive about it, life is pretty much continuing normally for me. 19:12:06 sot - katie slacin, right now. it might become a bigger concern
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