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riverside hospital to be treated. police have not released any information about a suspect vehicle. the state police bureau investigations is working on this. live in newport news, side. for the most in-depth coverage on this story go to wavy dot com. developing this midday, we're learning more information about a shooting that hurt a 3 year old last night in suffolk. it happened in the applewood farms neighborhood around 7:30 last night. we've learned to boy found a handgun and accidentally shot himself in the shoulder. the shooting happened at a home on jonathans way. the child is still at c-h-k-d. the child is expected to survive. neighbors tell us it's alarming. "sot- under s11 suff jonathans way erin moore- neighbor 01:00:00 "very sad, very sad and conflicted, definitely for sure so
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survives and does well." the shooting is still under investigation. police have not said if they will file charges. officers remind people to keep your guns locked and unloaded if you have a child in your house. shifting to weather - the sun is already shining bright this midday. word is - those temperatures will start to warm up over the next few days, as well. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk like don just said - you can see that sun outside right now. it sounds like we'll have plent of sun over the doppler 10 weather center.. this afternoon: mostly sunny. chilly breeze. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: near
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mph. high pressure will take control today, so we'll be enjoying plenty of sunshine through the afternoon. despite the sun, a northerly breeze will keep highs in the low to mid-40s. overnight, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies, so as a result, the mercury will drop into the upper-20s. expect a mix of sun and clouds tomorrow with highs back near 50. our average high is 51, so not a bad way to end the week. the weekend is looking..w ell.....awesome! we'll see mostly sunny skies on saturday with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s. a few more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will still be in the 60s! rain will be back in the forecast early next week, so enjoy the sun and the warmth while we have it! the york-poquoson's
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from earlier this morning. the sheriff's office sent an alert saying the robbery happened at the gas station on hampton highway in yorktown. deputies were at the scene. we're working to get more information. take a close look at the man in these images. virginia beach police say he's linked to at least yogurt stores. the first incident happened last month at the providence square skinny dip. then investigators linked him to another one saturday night at the beach boulevard. if you recognize him, call the crime line. new at midday -- a construction worker in portsmouth was hurt an accident this morning. just before 9 this morning - a man was hit by construction material the air - when he was hit by the material. the accident happened at the corner of washington and county street. we're working to get more information - as soon as we get it, we'll pass it along on-air and on wavy dot com. we're on toll patrol this
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a new bill headed to the virginia senate would give you more time to pay your toll bill, reduce any penalties, and v-dot would make sure you know what you owe. dozens of drivers went before a gloucester judge yesterday. they all had back-bills from crossing the coleman bridge, and as the fines and fees added up, so did the frustration. sot - kenneth king, gloucester- clip 29 14:49 to pay hundreds, thousands of dollars in fines is outrageous. 14:54 sot - kevin baines, gloucester 20:48 i feel like im being taken from.. like somebody's taking stuff from me it doenst feel moral at all. 20:58 the judge dismissed some drivers' violations and settled several others. as for the bill, it passed the house tuesday 69 to 10. it's now headed to the state senate. this midday we have a 10 time saver traffic alert for those of you living on holland road in virginia beach. today vdot will permantly close off barberry lane. it's part of the new holland road connection project that will increase the existing two-lane road to a new four- lane road.
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finish the expansion from dam neck road to nimmo parkway in october of next year. there's good news for local shipyards and their employees this midday. the navy signed a contract that could be worth about two and a half billion dollars through 20-21. that money could go to three norfolk shipyards including b-a-e systems, which plans to layoff 530 employees in march. the two other yards involved are marine hydraulics and general dynamics. the award won't be enough to stop the layoffs, but it could help workers get jobs in the future. new this midday - the number of people looking for unemployment help dropped last week to the lowest level since november. experts say it's evidence that stock market turmoil and slow growth overseas haven't caused u.s. businesses to cut jobs. the labor department says weekly applications for jobless benefits fell by 7-thousand. a rise in applications last month fueled concerns about greater layoffs. yet those job cuts likely happened among temporary employees
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holidays. recent reports have shown consumer spending and manufacturing grew last month, suggesting the economy is still growing despite recession worries on wall street. attention job seekers, target is hiring hundreds of new people to work in their distribution center in suffolk. the company says it's expanding the facility on manning bridge road and adding six- hundred new jobs. the new gigs are mostly in packaging and shipping. if you're interested, there's a link under this story on wavy dot com. republican lawmakers in north carolina put together a proposed congressional redistricting map that'll put two incumbents in the same district. at the same time - with the changes - the charlotte-area district will not have an incumbent if the map is approved. the boundaries released wednesday are in response to a federal court ruling. republicans disagree with the ruling - but created the new lines to meet the judges' order. the u.s. supreme court is looking into
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order. now to decision 20-16 news, and the flood of republican presidential candidates expected to visit virginia ahead of our march 1st primary. first on the list - john kasich. he's schedule to be in richmond on monday for a town hall event at virginia commonwealth university. donald trump is expected to speak at regent university next wednesday february 24th. you're looking at video of a town hall he did with m-s-n-b-c yesterday. according to regent's website, trump's visit is so popular there are no more tickets in the auditorium. the university is now giving out tickets so people can watch his speech on television in a different room. ben carson is also headed to regent unversity later this month on february 29th. he was one of several candidates to participate in a town hall last night hosted by c-n-n. ford motor company is touting the pot- hole protection technology on the 20-17 fusion v-six sport sedan. the company says the shock absorber system automatically stiffens
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sensors detect a pothole. that allows the system to keep the wheel elevated instead of dropping into the hole. some luxury cars, including ford's lincoln m-k-z, have similar technology. ford says the fusion is first mid-sized car in its price range that offers the feature. we're on your side with a massive recall warning you need to know about. toyota is recalling 2-point-8 million vehicles because of a seat-belt issue. toyota executives say a piece of metal could damage the seat-belt during a crash, which could keep it from properly restraining a person. most of the vehicles affected are the rav-4 s-u-vs made between july 2005 and august 2014. if you own one, toyota says it will contact you about replacing the belt. we've put details on wavy-dot-com. a virginia beach woman has a lot more money this midday - after going off the advice of a complete stranger. chanel skinner won 200-thousand dollars. she
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mart on virginia beach boulevard when a man pointed to a jewel 7s in the display case. skinner says she plans to donate some of her winnings to her church, and possibly buy a new car. still ahead - a huge first step - we'll tell you what president obama is doing to improve relations with cuba. plus - fake money bust - we'll tell you how much fake money federal agents found at a major international airport -- and why the suspects didn't go to jail. plus - a shift in the polls - we'll tell you why things aren't going as well as they had been for one presidential candidate. plus - big bus fire - the video that shows a school bus going up in flames. where firefighters say the fire started. and - don't be fooled by the sunshine! it's chilly outside! meteorologist jeremy wheeler has details on
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president barack obama is expected to visit cuba next month. the white house plans to make the announcement later today. this will be a big step as the u-s and cuba continue to normalize relations after decades of broken ties. the white house is eager to make progress on building trade and diplomatic ties with cuba, before the president leaves office. earlier this week both nations signed a deal that would restore commerical flights. the last sitting president to visit cuba was calivn coolidge in 1928. before going to cuba - the president and the first lady will visit the supreme court tomorrow. they'll pay respects to the late supreme court justice antonin scalia. the late justice's body will lay in repose friday in the supreme court's great hall. the white house says vice president joe biden and his wife will
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scalia died on saturday at the age of 79. he joined the court back in 1986 and was its longest-serving justice. developing news this midday, americans are split as to whether or not the senate should vote for the president's nominee to the supreme court. that's according to a new nbc news-wall street journal poll. the survey found voters are divided along party lines. 43 percent said they wanted the senate to vote this year, while 42 percent wanted to wait for the next president. president barack obama said he would pick a nominee in due time. thousands of active-duty troops suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. and a new study reveals that the military is struggling to provide adequate care for them. the rand corp study reviewed 40-thousand cases and released its results thursday. the group found many of the troops with p-t-s-d and depression are not getting the minimum number of therapy sessions. officials blame it on a lack of mental health professionals... and say the military will turn to civilian
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available through pentagon contracts. a couple traveling from south korea is accused of trying to smuggle more than 4 million dollars in fake money into the united states. u-s customs and border patrol offers found the money friday as the couple traveled from vietnam to detroit. according to federal agents, the couple attempted to import the counterfiet bills and vietnamese dong into the u-s and burn it as an offering to the deceased. agents say because the vietnamese couple never tried to spend the money, they were not arrested and allowed to continue on their travels. a fly infestation has an arizona neighborhood buzzing. they're called midge flies and they have overtaken a phoenix neighborhood. despite spraying to kill the tiny flies, they continue to pester homeowners. midge flies live in water, but bloom when the water and weather heat up. some say the problem is so bad they can't go outside at dusk, when the
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active. midges aren't harmful and don't carry disease. one of the oldest treasures in virginia is washing away. a tiny sea-faring oasis is fighting what many call a losing battle against climate change. this morning 10 on your side anchor tom schaad previews a way of life going under. (open chopper 10 nats) in the middle of the chesapeake bay, an oasis is visable from chopper 10. tangier island shows both an isolated independence, and a vulnerability to nature. david schulte/army corps engineers media 3 clip 0030 1010-19 on the west shore, that's why the tangier islanders think its a big problem. it really is. after an hour chopper flight from the eastern shore. we examine a way of life that appears in danger of washing away. media3 clip 0030 1213-1219 they are the last fishing community on an island in the virginia portion of the chesapeake bay all
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gone. it's people come from cornwall, england. for centuries, residents of bay, have been at one with the water, which surrounds them, and now threatens their very existance. media 1 clip 0114 5012-5018 and where we're going right now, this was all land to begin with. this was all land where we are now in the boat. (standup close) tonight at six you're getting a closer look at a way of life that is going under, solutions are being proposed to keep this unique culture on dry ground, and more importantly, if its not island. don't miss tom schaad's speical report: "a way of life going under tonight beginning at 4. ( weather anim - with track) this afternoon: mostly sunny. chilly breeze.
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10-20 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. high pressure will take control today, so we'll be enjoying plenty of sunshine through the afternoon. despite the sun, a northerly breeze will keep highs in the low to mid-40s. overnight, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies, so as a result, the mercury will drop into the upper-20s. expect a mix of sun and clouds tomorrow with highs back near 50. our average high is 51, so not a bad way to end the week. the weekend is looking..w ell.....awesome! we'll
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saturday with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s. a few more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will still be in the 60s! rain will be back in the forecast early next week, so enjoy the sun and the
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up next on midday - big poll changes - we'll tell you which candidates numbers are dropping in the race for the white house. plus - school bus
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"we all got off the back of the bus and we went over there and then the whole front of the bus caught on fire." caring for someone with alzheimer's means i am a lot of things. i am his guardian. i am his voice. so i asked about adding once-daily namenda xr to his current treatment for moderate to severe alzheimer's. it works differently. when added to another alzheimer's treatment, it may improve overall function and cognition. and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. vo: namenda xr doesn't change how the disease progresses. it shouldn't be taken by anyone allergic to memantine, or who's had a bad reaction
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before starting treatment, tell their doctor if they have, or ever had, a seizure disorder, difficulty passing urine, liver, kidney or bladder problems, and about medications they're taking. certain medications, changes in diet, or medical conditions may affect the amount of namenda xr in the body and may increase side effects. the most common side effects are headache, diarrhea, and dizziness. all my life, he's protected me. now i am giving back. ask their doctor about once-daily namenda xr
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covering decision 2016 this midday a new nbc news wall street journal poll shows donald trump is no longer the frontrunner in the race for president. ted cruz now holds the top spot with 28 percent.
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26-percent. marco rubio is in 3rd at 17-percent. he's the most widely liked g-o-p candidate among republicans. john kasich has 11-percent, and doctor ben carson isn't far behind with 10- percent. jeb bush is in a distant fifth place with just four-percent. a new democratic poll shows hillary clinton and bernie sanders are nearly in a dead heat for nevada. clinton has a slight lead with 48-percent of caucus attendees saying they'd support her. 47-percent say they are for sanders. the poll isn't good news for the clinton campaign. in october she was leading sanders by double-digits. coming up on midday-- bus fire - the video you
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we're back at --:-- on wavy news 10 midday i'm katie collett. and i'm don roberts. thanks for staying with us. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... this afternoon: mostly sunny. chilly breeze. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s.
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friday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. high pressure will take control today, so we'll be enjoying plenty of sunshine through the afternoon. despite the sun, a northerly breeze will keep highs in the low to mid-40s. overnight, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies, so as a result, the mercury will drop into the upper-20s. expect a mix of sun and clouds tomorrow with highs back near 50. our average high is 51, so not a bad way to end the week. the weekend is looking..w ell.....awesome! we'll see mostly sunny skies on saturday with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s. a few more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will still be in the 60s! rain will be back in the forecast early next week, so enjoy the sun and the
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we continue to follow developing news from newport news. that's where police say someone shot two people along interstate 64. it's a story we brought to you as breaking news on wavy news 10 today. police say the shooting happened on i-64 near j. clyde morris boulevard this morning. around 2 - two men in a car were driving west on i-64 - when another vehicle puleld up next to their car and started shooting. the two who were shot went to riverside hospital to be treated for their injuries. they are expected to be okay. stick with wavy news and wavy dot com for the latest information. developing this midday, we're learning more information about a shooting that hurt a 3 year old last last night. we've learned to boy found a handgun and accidentally shot himself in the shoulder. the shooting happened at a home on jonathans way. the child is still at c-h-k-d.
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us it's alarming. "sot- under s11 suff jonathans way erin moore- neighbor 01:00:00 "very sad, very sad and conflicted, definitely for sure so i'm hoping the child survives and does well." the shooting is still under investigation. police have not said if they will file charges. officers remind people to keep your guns locked and unloaded if you have a child in your house. york-poquoson's sheriff's office is investigating a robbery from earlier this morning. the sheriff's office sent an alert saying the robbery happened at the gas station on hampton highway in yorktown. deputies were at the scene. we're working to get more information. take a close look at the man in these images. virginia beach police say he's linked to at least two robberies at frozen yogurt stores. the first incident happened last month at the providence square skinny dip. then investigators linked him to another one saturday night at the skinny dip on virginia
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if you recognize him, call the crime line. new at midday -- a construction worker in portsmouth is hurt after an accident this morning. just before 9 this morning - a man was hit by construction material hit the worker. portsmouth's fire chief says the man was 25 in the air - when he was hit by the material. the accident happened at the corner of washington and county street. we're working to get more information - as soon as we get it, we'll pass it along on-air and on wavy dot com. we're on toll patrol this midday. a new bill headed to the virginia senate would give you more time to pay your toll bill, reduce any penalties, and v-dot would make sure you know what you owe. dozens of drivers went before a gloucester judge yesterday. they all had back-bills from crossing the coleman bridge, and as the fines and fees added up, so did the frustration. sot - kenneth king, gloucester- clip 29 14:49 to pay hundreds, thousands of dollars in fines is outrageous. 14:54 sot - kevin baines, gloucester 20:48 i feel like im being taken from.. like somebody's taking stuff
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moral at all. 20:58 the judge dismissed some drivers' violations and settled several others. as for the bill, it passed the house tuesday 10 to 69, and is now headed to the state senate. this midday we have a 10 time saver traffic alert for those of you living on holland road in virginia beach. today vdot will permantly close off barberry lane. it's part of the new holland road connection project that will increase the existing two-lane road to a new four- lane road. crews are expected to finish the expansion from dam neck road to nimmo parkway in october of next year. virginia beach city leaders have about a month and a half to show commitment to the light rail project. the city's intentions came into question when word of a referendum on november's ballot got back to state leaders. transportation secretary aubrey layne now says, the city needs to apply to purchase rail cars. and sign an agreement with the
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project. if not - the state will pull the funding. a resolution on the topic came out the day hampton roads transit held a light rail open house. we asked residents what they think the city should do. james gardner - for light rail c5 8:20:21 - i can understand the city's perspective and not wanting to commit before they know how much it's going to cost. but i hope dane blythe - against light rail c32 8:41:13 - of course, locally id like for us to spend that 155 million dollars on road projects that are badly needed. and we have a back log right now any way.:20 layne said the agreement must be signed by april 30th, but it does not make the project a done deal. the city manager told 10 on your side the memorandum of understanding should be before city council in 30 days. there's good news for local shipyards and their employees this midday. the navy signed a contract that could be worth about two and a half billion dollars through 20-21. that money could go to three norfolk shipyards including b-a-e
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layoff 530 employees in march. the two other yards involved are marine hydraulics and general dynamics. the award won't be enough to stop the layoffs, but it could help workers get jobs in the future. new this midday - the number of people looking for unemployment help dropped last week to the lowest level since november. experts say it's evidence that stock market turmoil and slow growth overseas haven't caused u.s. businesses to cut jobs. the labor department says weekly applications for jobless benefits rise in applications last month fueled concerns about greater layoffs. yet those job cuts likely happened among temporary employees hired over the winter holidays. recent reports have shown consumer spending and last month, suggesting the economy is still growing despite recession worries on wall street. attention job seekers, target is hiring hundreds of new people to work in their distribution center in suffolk. the company says it's
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manning bridge road and adding six- hundred new jobs. the new gigs are mostly in packaging and shipping. if you're interested, there's a link under this story on wavy dot com. republican lawmakers in north carolina put together a proposed congressional redistricting map that'll put two incumbents in the same district. at the same time - with the changes - the charlotte-area district will not have an incumbent if the map is approved. the boundaries released wednesday are in response to a federal court ruling. republicans disagree with the ruling - but created the new lines to meet the judges' order. the u.s. supreme court is looking into possibly stopping that order. now to decision 20-16 news, and the flood of republican presidential candidates expected to visit virginia ahead of our march 1st primary. first on the list - john kasich. he's schedule to be in richmond on monday for a town hall event at virginia commonwealth university. donald trump is expected to speak at regent university next wednesday
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looking at video of a town hall he did with m-s-n-b-c yesterday. according to regent's website, trump's visit is so popular there are no more tickets in the auditorium. the university is now giving out tickets so people can watch his speech on television in a different room. ben carson is also headed to regent unversity later this month on february 29th. he was one of several candidates to participate in a town hall last night hosted by c-n-n. ford motor company is touting the pot- hole protection technology on the 20-17 fusion v-six sport sedan. the company says the shock absorber system automatically stiffens when sensors detect a pothole. that allows the system to keep the wheel elevated instead of dropping into the hole. some luxury cars, including ford's lincoln m-k-z, have similar technology. ford says the fusion is first mid-sized car in its price range that offers the feature. we're on your side with a massive recall warning
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toyota is recalling 2-point-8 million vehicles because of a seat-belt issue. toyota executives say a piece of metal could damage the seat-belt during a crash, which could keep it from properly restraining a person. most of the vehicles affected are the rav-4 s-u-vs made between july 2005 and august 2014. if you own one, toyota says it will contact you about replacing the belt. we've put details on wavy-dot-com. a virginia beach woman has a lot more money this midday - after going off the advice of a complete stranger. chanel skinner won 200-thousand dollars. she was at the circle d food mart on virginia beach boulevard when a man pointed to a jewel 7s in the display case. skinner says she plans to donate some of her winnings to her church, and possibly buy a new car. next to losing weight and saving money, stopping smoking is one of the top new year's resolutions each
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now that we are more than a month into the new year... smokers might need an extra push to follow through with their goal. britney glaser has more about smoking cessation. for the past 27 years, sue beezy-gary has worked as a nurse. she loves her job, but admits that she didn't always set the best example through decades of smoking cigarettes. (sot: sue beezy-gary, registered nurse) "i knew it wasn't a good thing to do, but i still did it anyway," she said. sue says she could put the habit on hold during the pregnancies with her four children, but when life got chaotic again, cigarettes were her best friend. (sot: sue beezy-gary, registered nurse) "certain stressers. it's like it calms you down, even though it's a stimulant." that's something joann brooks can relate to, all too well. she smoked two packs a day for 25 years. (sot: joann brooks, certified tobacco treatment specialist) "most people have been smoking for so long it's become such a huge part of their lives. it's hard to make those changes, so the more support you can get, the better off." brooks is now a certified tobacco treatment specialist - and 20 years
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(sot: joann brooks, certified tobacco treatment specialist) "i worked on the physical first, because i wasn't craving the nicotine, then i was able to work was really tired of feeling bad." this free program is not a "quit cold turkey" plan - it incorporates small, attainable goals for fewer cigarettes each day - combined with nicotine patches and gum. (sot: joann brooks, certified tobacco treatment specialist) "we can sign people up with the smoking cessation trust to qualify for free medication and also with the quit line service so successfully completed the program in october and is proud to be smoke-free today, something she uses as a teachable moment with her patients. (sot: sue beezy-gary, registered nurse) "you can also understand them. it's like, 'i'm a smoker,' and now i'm telling them 'you know what, i recently quit, the patches work, it works. if i can do it, anybody can do it.'" still ahead on midday- wave training... we'll introduce you to one man
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the waves to teach his dogs obediance. s/ chris de aboitiz/ professional dog trainer :11 "but, don't get me wrong, as soon as we get to the beach we throw the stick, we give them a lot of free time. how people who see the training are reacting. plus - we're on your side
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super doppler 10 forecast [ female announcer ] most of the time it's easy to know which option is better. other times, not so much. so it's good to know that mazola corn oil has 4 times more cholesterol blocking plant sterols than olive oil. and a recent study found that it can help lower cholesterol 2 times more. take care of those you love and cook deliciously. mazola makes it better. it's official. after months of controversy, the university of texas at austin will allow guns
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year. the ut-austin president submitted his report to the chancellor on the new "campus carry" law. but many on campus are not happy. phil prazan with our sister station k-x-a-n shows us why the university president says he didn't have much of a choice. the seat of texas government can be seen from campus... lately it's been felt here as well. last year lawmakers said the 2nd amendment rights of students outweigh the wants of the campus as a whole. sot prazan stand up @ 13 "for years now people could carry guns on sidewalks or keep them in their cars on campus. but many said guns inside classrooms was the line the sand. now that line's been crossed." sot lisa moore - english professor @:24 "as americans we have a long tradition of refusing to comply with unjust or unsafe laws." professor lisa moore founded the group gun free ut, a group of nearly 2,000 faculty and staff who don't want guns in their classrooms and wanted president fenves
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lisa "we have other work to do at the university and we need him to stand up for shouldn't be allowed in classrooms and this is the hardest decision he's made as president. sot president greg fenves, ut-austin @:56 "in the end as the president of the univesity, as the head of a state agency, i do have a responsibility to carry out the law." not enough for grad student robert oxford at a decision to make, maybe he shouldn't be the one making that decision." he wants fenves to put state funding, school policy, and possibly his job at risk - and stand up against the law and his bosses at the legislature. hundreds of demonstrators were outside and inside the illinois state capitol yesterday - as governor bruce rauner delivered his budget address. many of the demonstrators called for restored funding for map grants and for passage of a state budget to fund colleges and universities. among them
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students and others from chicago state university and eastern illinois university. the demonstrations included chanting, speeches, and a "die-in" in which the protesters laid on the capitol floor. the polls are open in uganda today... as people are voting in this year's presidential and parliamentary elections. in the capital kampala, many polling stations did not open on time because of the late delivery of ballots and other supplies. the president faces a strong challenge from a man leaders calls a dictator. although recent polls have shown the current president with a lead ... analysts say this will be his toughest challenge. the investigation into a deadly bombing in turkey continues this morning. authorities remain on the scene in ankara ... clearing any remaining vehicles caught up in the explosion. the bomb went off in the turkish capital during rush hour last night. 28 people are dead and dozens more are hurt. there has been no immediate claim of responsibility ... but turkish officials say they've identified kurdish militia members as the attackers.
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been arrested in connection to the bombing. just after a bus driver gets all the students of an alabama school bus the bus is caught on camera engulfed in flames. in this dramatic video, shot yesterday, you can see plumes of smoke rising from the burning middle school bus. luckily all 15 students on board and the driver evacuated as soon as the driver noticed smoke coming from the front of the vehicle. a witness in an office nearby noticed the flames and caught it on video. (s/dylan gackley/escaped bus fire:53-1:00) "we all on fire, and then eventually the rest of the bus caught on fire." some question mobile county school's transportation policies, saying the vehicle was picked up from mechanics just hours before it caught fire. fire officials say the fire started in the engine. all new at midday, watch this burglar's entrance.
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jacksonville, florida. monday, deputies say he fell through the ceiling of a popeyes restaurant. then he made his way to the safe and after several hours of prying and hitting, he finally got it open and stole the money inside. this morning, he's still on the run. (weather anim - with track) this afternoon: mostly sunny. chilly breeze. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10-20 mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows: upper-20s. winds: n 5-10 mph. friday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. high pressure will take control today, so we'll be enjoying plenty of sunshine through the afternoon. despite the sun, a northerly breeze will keep highs in the
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overnight, we'll be tracking mainly clear skies, so as a result, the mercury will drop into the upper-20s. expect a mix of sun and clouds tomorrow with highs back near 50. our average high is 51, so not a bad way to end the week. the weekend is looking..w ell.....awesome! we'll see mostly sunny skies on saturday with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s. a few more clouds expected on sunday, but highs will still be in the 60s! rain will be back in the forecast early next week, so enjoy the sun and the
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up next on midday - wave training - we'll show you how one dog trainer is using
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show you how one dog an australian dog trainer and former surfing champion is using surfing as a way to build healthy relationships with his four dogs. chris de aboitiz has been hitting the waves with his dogs for around ten years and now uses the sport as a method to teach people to understand their dogs. his unique method to teach owners and encourage them to take a more disciplined approach with their pets. s/ chris de aboitiz/ when they're on here they are not allowed to move. he says he's had positive response from dog owners, some of whom had taken to the waves with
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embraced his training but stuck to land. today: mostly sunny. chilly & breezy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 10-20mph. tonight: mostly clear. cold. lows will be in the upper 20s. winds north 5-10mph. friday: partly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. winds south 5-10mph. high pressure is bulding into the region today. this will bring us lots of sunshine, but it will also create a breezy north wind. so it will be chilly. tomorrow we'll develop light southerly winds with the sunshine. so we will warm up to near 50 in the afternoon. we'll sunday with a few showers possible by the evening. moisture will push into the region next week. so there is a high chance for rain tuesday into wednesday. looks very warm on wednesday at this time. stay tuned for
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>> shawn: so the money you've been spending like water, that's, uh--that's the money that sami stole from the dimeras, right? >> belle: you don't think she has the right to pay them back for everything they've done to her? >> shawn: look, i don't think it was right that she dragged you into it. but, hey, you know, you've got some mad money now, and what could go wrong with stealing from the dimeras? >> belle: they don't know. >> shawn: did it--did it ever cross your mind that you would be putting our family, our daughter, in their sights? the dimeras, they are not picky about how they exact revenge. >> belle: do you hear yourself right now? i mean, maybe, maybe i would listen to what you had to say about this particular issue if you hadn't judged everything that i've said and done for the last two years. >> shawn: okay. [stutters] oh, i'm sorry, am i supposed to just not care that you had an affair? >> belle: [chuckles] okay, shawn. you know what? you're right. you're right, right right, and i'm wrong, wrong, wrong,
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before i strayed. you and everyone who says that they love and trust me think good decision. >> shawn: look, did you think that aiding and abetting sami in an embezzlement scheme was a good decision? >> belle: [scoffs] sneering condescension-- that's what i miss most about you, shawn. >> shawn: fine. i'm done. but you are screwing up big time, belle. and if you think that i'm just gonna sit back and say, "fine, whatever," well, that's not gonna happen. you put our daughter in harm's way, and that is wrong. and i'm sorry if saying that hurts your precious self-esteem. >> belle: you arrogant son of a bitch. >> shawn: you know what? i'm gonna watch claire like a hawk. so the next time you come up with one of your terrific decisions, maybe you could factor our daughter into that process. >> belle: you know what? why don't you just go straight to hell, shawn? >> eric: i'm sorry. maybe this isn't a good time.

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