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this forecast between now and then.. we're helping you prepare for this winter weather. meteorologists predicts-- this could last well into the start of next week.
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palka has been checking into how road crews are preparing. she's live in virginia beach. liz? we are in virginia beach where public works trucks are in their place. plenty of work is going on behind-the- scenes. a public works spokesman says crews have their assignments and they are watching to see what the weather does. in norfolk, crews are pretreating bridges and primary roads today. that will continue through the morning. the same is happening on the interstate. vdot crews started pretreating the southside and peninsula roadways this morning. they say they want to make sure the evening commute tomorrow is a safe one. and in northeast north carolina ncdot is getting ready to. crews started applying brine in camden and pasquotank county
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treating the highways ahead of the snow. based on the timing, it evening commute. v-dot is focusing on southside and peninsula watch conditions through the weekend. vdot says take your time if you have to be plenty of braking distance. out, and give yourself plenty of braking distance. for the latest weather forecasts and winter currituck county schools currituck county schools will be dismissing on a regular early release schedule tomorrow. we will keep you updated on closures and delays. for the latest weather forecasts and winter safety tips you can check out out wavy weather app. it's free for all android and apple users. make sure you have your push notifications on so you can be alerted whenever there are weather issues. a hampton school bus driver went to the hospital after police say a 14-year-old girl assaulted her this
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charged the teen with assault and battery. this is the second incident we reported this week in which a school bus driver was hurt. monday we told you about a portsmouth bus driver injured while breaking up a fight. 10 on your side's erin kelly is live now. erin-- what else have you learned about today's case? police say they are still investigating -- it's not clear how this all started. but tonight an 8th grade girl faces charges from police -- and discipline from school. patrick linkous - of police activity outside his home on grimes road thursday. patrick linkous - neighbor 325 there was a bus incident out here. there was a bunch of cop cars. they had a fire truck were evacuating the kids off the bus and getting them on to another bus 339 the hampton schools division says a bus with
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board was heading to syms middle school and was stopped. that's when -- police say a 14-year-old girl, in the 8th grade -- assaulted the 59-year-old bus driver. she went to the hospital but was expected to recover. the student was not injured. patrick linkous - neighbor 456 wow, see just crazy things happening nowadays 459 you just really got to be careful out here 502 hampton schools issued a statement, saying in part, the division expects students to behave appropriately and that the student's behavior was unacceptable. the division says there is video from the bus. the division says it will discipline the student according to the handbook -- and follow up on the bus driver's condition. no word on how she's doing tonight. live in hampton, erin kelly, 10 on your side. a dog attacked and killed a perquimans county woman. she adopted the pitbull terrier -- just two weeks ago. 10 on your side's matt gregory joins us now in the newsroom. matt -- she thought the dog was harmless. that's according to her mother. she says her daughter suzanne story told her the
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the dog. but that it was great dog for children. something that proved to not be true wednesday afternoon. thursday in snug harbor, north carolina. debbie brown took the same trip down the street. to her daughter suzanne story's home. debbie brown / mother of suzanne story c0007 13:38:49 "we were together about everyday if we weren't together we was talking on the phone." 13:38:55 brown says her daughter loved animals. two weeks ago she added a fifth dog to the house, buddy a pitbull. her mother fighting through the grief says she never saw the dog. debbie brown / mother of suzanne story that said easy going good with kids." 13:36:42 the dog proved anything but easy going. wednesday afternoon, story went to clean the dog's cage and buddy turned violent. the perquiman's county sheriff eric tilley sent his deupties out. eric tilley / perquimans county sheriff c0001 13:01:21 "she had lacerations about the neck the face area it took approximately 5 to 7 minutes to control the dog." 13:01:28 by the time medics could get to the home, time had
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debbie brown / mother of suzanne story c0007 13:35:59 "she didnt die till they left here with her they were gonna put her on the helicopter and when they got there to put her on the helicopter she had alreayd died." 13:36:08 brown says today the rest of the family has pulled together. they'll try to salvage what they can for story's story c0007 13:39:24 "we wanna find the people that gave her the dog and told them it was good natured and everything we'd like to find that out." 13:39:30 a family trying to figure out how a love of animals could turn fatal. the sheriff says a chowan county veterianrian put down buddy the pit bull today. we called a virginia beach number suzanne story's family said was listed on buddy the pit bull's ad. the phone rang for 20 unnamed voicemail. i asked they call me back. in the news room your side. police call it "national day of johns arrests". 24 people face charges undercover prostitution sting in newport news. the first sweep was on january 29th. it was on the streets, in hotels,
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internet the second round happened on february 5th. the men face prostitution solicitation charges. we posted a slideshow with all of the mugshots on wavy dot com. reports are coming in to norfolk police about a car approaching kids in the larchmont neighborhood. now police are on the lookout for this vehicle. residents say someone in the 2000 nissan altima has been asking children inappropriate questions. they say it happened monday. norfolk police learned about this through a nextdoor post. officers are increasing patrols in the area. if you have any information about the car --- call the crime line. the case against the suspect in a deadly stabbing is moving forward. a judge has sent carl holder's case to the grand jury. police charged him with first degree murder. the grand jury will decide if he will stand trial for stabbing elvin elliot to death during an argument. it happened in august outside the farm fresh at victory crossing shopping center, in portsmouth. elliott died at the
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a woman is behind bars charged with setting an apartment on fire. the arrest is a result of a months-long investigation. 22-year-old charmaine march of virginia beach is accused of starting the fire in newport news on marcus drive back in october. no one was hurt in the guess a little bit of instinct took over - a man was in the water and he's cold so you got to get him out as quick as you can ahead at 5:30 -- see what happens when three local shipyard workers take action. (1)40:17 they showed up here and arrested me 40:20 a principal arrested is now trying to pick up the pieces after the charges were withdrawn. hear his struggle to regain his good name. and-- real talk about violence and black men. why this symposium is so unique to our area-- and why some say the group is not delivering the right
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gathered today in hampton in an effort to solve crime among african-american men. this type of gathering has never been held before. the goal is to reduce youth violence and boost black male achievement-- by featuring topics that engage young children and men. leaders hope people take ideas and information back to their communities-- and put them into action. governor terry mcauliffe outlined one of his goals to stop repeat criminal behavior-- at its roots. c0039 15; 53; 39; 16 so and go with small community based so that when they get our they have a skill and they can go right into the workforce. 15;53;52;08 mcauliffe said it's evident the current system is not working -- because 80-percent of juveniles will be arrested again, within 3 years. but some teens spoke to 10 on your side at the event saying-- the message was all about the budget-- and no one is asking the real questions like how to help today's youth. c0040 17 robert woodfoyd (spelling?) - jr hamton us why we need help or
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tellins us things. 15;58;07;09 the army corps of engineers is asking congress for $64 million dollars for its virginia work plan. that includes $875 thousand flood risk management study in norfolk, $31.4 million for the norfolk harbor project, $22 million to replace deep creek bridge in chesapeake, and much more. 41:15 to go through that process for bogus charges it just made me feel like less than a citizen 41:22 a former principal speaks for the first time about the case that made him away. right now chief meteorologist don slater is tracking snow headed into our region and much colder temperatures. currituck county schools will be dismissing on a regular early release schedule tomorrow. and perquimans is closed tomorrow. we will keep you updated on closures
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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.
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a school principal came to 10 on your side to restore his reputation. rickey eley resigned from bertie high last year, after police arrested him for leaving the scene of an accident. but this week, those charges were dropped. anita blanton sat down with him today. nicole to say rickey eley has been through a lot over the last four months doesn't fully capture his reality. there was an accident, accusations, an arrest, charges, and court dates all before his vindication this week. 45:19 none of this had to happen because the eley walked away from his job as principal of bertie high school last year with a cloud of uncertainty over head. 42:44 it was a media storm it was just starting to snowball into a huge negative story 42:51 43:46 i just thought it was better for me and my family and the district just to resign 43:50
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reason why. in fact we now have pictures from the night it all began. (1)37:41 we had a car accident 37:42 ricky and his wife had been in petersburg for a weekend in october. police came, conducted interviews. (1)38:03 we thought everything was over 38:05 but soon after friends got them back home to suffolk. (1)38:18 my wife called me and said there were two suffolk police officers at the door 38:23 with warrants from petersburg for my arrest 38:26 he was charged with felony hit and run and his wife was behind the wheel. problem two...failing to report? (1)38:52 i was the one who called 911 38:54 his verizon bill proved as much. and how do you get charged with hit and run when you talk with police at the scene? (1)39:28 when the police got there i gave them our identification he went through the whole interview and the other people in the other vehicle 39:36 along with facing charges rickey faced the scrutiny of others for months as it all played out but this week.... 44:49 i went up and i'm literally standing in
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seconds the da looked at the evidence and said to the judge we want to withdraw all charges judge said you're free to go 44:59 rickey says he's thankful for his attorney todd stone, his family, church, fraternity and the colleagues who supported him along the way. he's in the process of getting the charges expunged. and he's going to begin sending out resumes next week. he's not going back to bertie high because he says it's time to start anew. anita blanton, 10 on your side. no one was hurt when a debris pile caught fire in suffolk today -- editor suburban 1 & 2 we just got these pictures from the suffolk recycling facility. fire officials tell us they got the scrap metal fire under control around four this afternoon -- it didn't cause damage to any buildings.
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tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw 5-10 mph. wind chills: low teens. friday: cloudy with snow developing by 2 pm. highs: low-30s. winds: light south. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. cold and windy. highs: low-30s. winds: nw 15-20 mph. wind chills: upper teens to low-20s. despite a nice, bright breeze didn't help - that kept wind chills in the 20s. this evening, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies with temperatures dipping into the mid-20s by 9 pm with wind chills in the mid teens. on cold nights, it doesn't take much of a breeze to make it feel significantly colder. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of light to moderate snow during the early afternoon hours. expect snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. we could pick
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the metro, while north suffice to say, your evening commute will be a slow ride home. the snow won't stick around long - it'll be over by 8 pm at the latest. we'll be dry, but cold through the weekend. temperatures will only top out in the low-30s on saturday and upper-20s on both days, so it'll feel more like it's in the teens and 20s all weekend. by next monday with a wintry mix on monday, then change-over to all rain. expect rain for then it'll transition back over to a mix by tuesday evening. i this forecast between now and then.. tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw 5-10 mph. wind chills: low teens. friday: cloudy with snow developing by 2 pm. highs: low-30s. winds: light south. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. cold and windy. highs: low-30s. winds: nw 15-20 mph. wind chills: upper teens to low-20s. despite a nice, bright day, temperatures were kept wind chills in the 20s. this evening, we'll be
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skies with temperatures dipping into the mid-20s by 9 pm with wind chills in the mid teens. on cold nights, it doesn't take much of a breeze to make it feel significantly colder. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, we'll be under mostly cloudy skies with temperatures starting in the low-20s. an area of low pressure will skirt offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light to moderate snow during the early afternoon hours. expect snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. we could pick up 1 to 2 inches across the metro, while north carolina could see 2 to 3 evening commute will be a slow ride home. the snow won't stick around long - it'll be over by 8 pm at top out in the low-30s on saturday and upper-20s on sunday - some of the coldest air of the season....so far! keep in mind, it'll be windy monday and tuesday, we will be tracking more wintry weather. right now, it looks like we'll start with a wintry mix on then it'll transition back over to a mix by tuesday evening. i guarantee we'll tailor
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this forecast between now
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coming up on wavy news 10 - three gun bills passed the virginia house. how this legislation is supposed to be a middle ground between people who want stricter gun control-- and those who want to protect their gun rights. then at five-thirty - making good on bad loans. another big bank settles with the federal government for billions.
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a compromise over gun legislation has cleared the virginia house. three bills were approved allowing more concealed-weapon permit holders to legally carry guns in the state. this expands the number of concealed handgun permit reciprocity agreements virginia has with other states. the legislation also prohibits people subject to a protective order from carrying guns and requires police presence at gun shows for voluntary background checks. critics of the legislation worry the deal will make residents less safe. nearly one-hundred new jobs are heading to suffolk. emser tile will invest more than 16-million dollars, to make an east coast distribution center in centerpoint intermodal center of suffolk. virginia beat out south carolina for the project. mayor william sessoms announced today: 100 new jobs are being added in virginia beach. this comes as a result of the
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virginia beach-based "doma technologies" and "health net federal services". coming up on wavy news 10 - researchers believe they now have proof that the zika virus is linked to birth defects. then at five-thirty - a failed getaway. a woman tried to run from police in a stolen ambulance, until they found out who she was really running from. 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.
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researchers in slovenia claim they have proved a strong link between the zika virus and microcephaly in fetuses. until now, the link between zika and microcephaly had been suspected but not confirmed. an autopsy of an aborted fetus with brain anomaly showed the presence of zika in brain tissue -- but no traces of 13 other viruses that could potentially cause microcephaly. the mother had done volunteer work in brazil when she was infected with zika while pregnant. the research team said this confirms that zika can pass from
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brains of the fetus, causing permanent damage. stay with us. wavy news 10 at 5:30, starts right now! mayor will sessoms says the state of the city is good and only going to get better. he reflects on the past -- as he looks to the future of virginia beach. plus - fighting the zika virus. why federal funding could be even more critical -- now that the virus may have a new target. "he was soaked, we could see the water beneath him, puddling off of him" they were in the right place at the right time. three shipyard workers spring into action to save a young man from the frigid waters of the elizabeth river. it was cool -- but clear outside today! that's today -- now, there's not one -- but two big events headed toward hampton roads. chief
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is in the super doppler 10 weather center with more on that. don? tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-20s. winds: nw 5-10 mph. wind chills: low teens. friday: cloudy with snow developing by 2 pm. highs: low-30s. winds: light south. saturday: mix of sun and clouds. cold and windy. highs: low-30s. winds: nw 15-20 mph. wind chills: upper teens to low-20s. the breeze didn't help - that kept wind chills in the 20s. this evening, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies with temperatures dipping into the mid-20s by 9 pm with wind chills in the mid teens. on cold nights, it doesn't take much of a breeze to make it feel significantly colder. clouds will gradually increase overnight, so by the time you head out the door tomorrow morning, low pressure will skirt offshore tomorrow, so that will keep the clouds around and give some light to moderate snow during the early afternoon hours. expect snow through the afternoon into your evening commute. we could pick up 1 to 2 inches across the metro, while north suffice to say, your evening commute will be a slow ride home. the snow won't stick around long - it'll be over by 8 pm at the latest. we'll be dry, but

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