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he had more than enough to talk about in the rally. andy fox is live to tell us more. andy: there is a lot of things different about bernie sanders. first of all, he is an independent senator from vermont that he is running as a democrat. he talked about taxing the rich and taxing the rich again. he is a democratic socialist. and he also knows how to draw a crowd. [cheering] listened to the applause for u.s. senator bernie sanders.his populist message can be deeply rooted in his past .his father came from poland, could not speak english . this an integral up in a were in controlled building in brooklyn so it is no surprise he is anti-wall street go. >> these guys endless amount of do. >> they don't have you. >> they do not have me, they
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andy: he spoke against the family that was walmart. >> i say to the wealthiest family in america, get off of welfare. start paying your workers. andy: a living wage that he says would be boosted by raising the federal minimum wage. >> we are going to raise the minimum wage to a living wage. $15 an hour. andy: center spot how his revolution was born of a philosophy that real change never comes from the top down from the bottom up. he grew in contrast to hillary clinton and then defended her against the boos. >> where my opponent secretary hillary clinton and i disagree -- no, no, no, no. i respect secretary clinton. you can have differences. andy: grassroots is bernie sanders, and a grassroots at scope of this tuesday were
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they sure were. 4 million contributions bernie sanders has. an average of $27 per contribution. he is really reaching out to the grassroots, going for the middle income, going for the poor, trying to get the young, old, and minorities all in the same formula. that with him over the the on tuesday, he is helping. tom: three republican candidates will be at the university days ahead of the primary. . troubles began to a sold-out event tomorrow. ted cruz takes the stage on friday. ben carson will be there monday. tickets for the theater at all three events are sold out, but overflow tickets are still available. everything you need to know about the race for president is on the politics page of wavy.com . nicole: the all clear has been given after a bomb threat in hampton.
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before 2:00 this afternoon as a precaution. the fire department and police officers searched the school but new information out of virginia police. line. he wanted out after being in jail over the weekend -- he bonded out after being in jail over the weekend. a 17 year veteran of the force was found to be on the basement police were called to pick her up. her blood alcohol level was .23, which is almost triple the legal limit. tom: the trial against a former officer hit a snag today. a javascript it a motion for continuance, and that means the trial that was sent to start march 21 is now pushed back to august. her witnesses are not available in march. she also asked the judge to limit his ability to testify about william chapman's alleged shoplifting which happened before he arrived on the scene.
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>> you cannot sanitize the events. you have to tell the whole story so the jury can have the whole picture. tom: the judge said he would need more time to decide on that. today, prosecutors also asked the judge to limit the number of uniformed police officers allowed in the courtroom. the judge also chose not to rule on that today. nicole: authorities in york county say they have put a name and face behind a series of gas station holdups. 18-year-old william hayes was picked up yesterday. the one common item in several of the robberies and obvious in the surveillance video was found in his car. erin kelly has the latest developments. erin: in several of the cases, he wore a surgical mask, which is what was found in his vehicle. the bicknell road also says hayes admitted to six robberies, five in york county and one in williamsburg. >> this is an example of good police work at our police
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erin: he says his deputies read the report of a robbery at a gas station monday at the valero near the york county line in williamsburg. he went to check it out. >> and turn on the vehicle, followed it, stop the. that katherine traffic stop led to the arrest of william hayes for the robbery of the bolero that morning and five of the previous robberies in york county. erin: inside his car, investigators found a surgical mask, a loaded gun, and two wigs. >> in most of these robberies, he was wearing a surgical mask. so that was the piece that really brought it all together. erin: deputies think he is behind to armed robberies at the gas station on george washington memorial highway and one at the exxon on big bethel road. another at the show on hampton highway, and a robbery at the quick count last week.
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shows the suspect told the victims to count to 100 and 40 got away. the documents say that -- to count to 100 before he got away. >> anyone with an armed robber is bad enough but they become dangerous when the discharge of firearms. erin: he is being held at the virginia peninsula regional jail. we have requested to talk to him, but we have not heard back. nicole: still to come, the latest on a bidding file for replenishing a beach in one of the most wonderful spots in our area. >> we have to prepare for whatever. tom: hoping that the disappearance of a chesapeake man does not meet a tragic end. here from family members about this mystery for police. in sports, we know at least one big name who will not be back next year for the redskins. nicole: we have our eye on the
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possible rough weather for tomorrow.
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nicole: bringing sand to badly eroded beaches have to wait. tom: a few towns including kitty
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all the bids came in higher than the $43.5 million budget. dust town manager says contractors will have more time to work instead of an april 2017 deadline. they will have until the summer. one is concerned that her house and the others on the beach will not make it that long. >> if we were to have a large storm of that kind again, our section of duck will be gone. we simply do not have another year. we just don't. tom: a ghost town manager told us beach houses are always at risk during hurricane season but he believes the beach will hold up until the project is finished. nicole: next at 6:00, missing for nearly a month. a family's plea to being on their loved one -- to bring home their loved one and they don't know why he finished. tom: don's forecasts and you can get the same information between
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>> from the station on your side, you are watching wavy news 10 at 6:00. tom: we are back now with a big mystery for a family in chesapeake. nicole: their loved one disappeared into thin air nearly a month ago. andre disappeared on january 25, and they say this is not like him. we talked with family today. randy: without answers, all i can do is hold onto hope that he
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they say they have done all they can and now are asking the public for help. >> it is not like him to be missing. brandy: hurt my devastation, frustration, three words describe the sentiments of this table. the family has spent the last month passing out flyers, go ing door to door and even posting this picture on a car window to find 53-year-old andre. >> a.j., today's two days not calling him, it is not him. brandy: a last to his brother a month ago. he says a neighbor saw andre outside and spoke to him around the same time near their homes on hoover avenue. >>'s apartment complex chemical into to the dumpster, taking out trash. brandy: since that day on generate money five, nobody heard from or has the entree -- andre. the family is worried. >> not to know anything is what makes it real strange.
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on jobs in landscaping, was not married, had no children, and does not drive. he often wore hats and spent most of his time in chesapeake around the norfolk area surrounded by family and friends, none of know where he is now. >> it is a crisis. brandy: not knowing where he has been for a month is taking its toll on the family. they are holding onto their faith and each other to get through. >> we wish for the best, but we also know we have to prepare for what the worst may be. brandy: if you know anything about andre's disappearance, be department. i am brandi cummings, 10 on your side. >>announcer: now, your super slater. don: what a nasty day. we had the fog through the day. we are seeing very light rain.
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is going to be coming up tomorrow. we have rights for a drink -- we have widespread rain along the state line. this will continue overnight, changes. the texas storm will be here in 24 hours. you can see this world going on just to the southeast of the dallas-fort worth area right into here. that is where the store was located. you can see very big thunderstorms going on in jackson, mississippi, south of jackson, and likely to enter alabama as well. big storms going on in that part of the world. we can see some of that action about 24 hours from now. tomorrow will be exactly the opposite of what we see for the day-to-day. today, obviously coolish. knowledge of a breeze, but very damp and dreary -- not really a breeze, but very damp and
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by this time tomorrow evening, we see the possibility of severe thunderstorm. there is a slight risk for virginia. that means there is a little bit more of a risk for some damaging winds with thunderstorms.the enhanced risk for most of north carolina, but mostly out of our viewing area to the county of hartford. there is an enhanced risk. a little better chance of seeing more damage in north carolina, but mainly out of our viewing area for the latter part of the day tomorrow. let's show you going on with the whole thing. set up to thing and show you where it is coming from. overnight, still some scattered showers. northeast winds becoming more easterly and a southerly by tomorrow morning. it will warm up in a big hurry during the day. 10-20 mile-per-hour winds. mid to upper 60's to the noon hour. rather windy by 3:00. 73 degrees.
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any of these bands of thunderstorms could create damaging winds so we want to watch out for that. there will be patches where the skies clear. sunshine is our friend. that means the atmosphere starts heating up in the air starts rising creating bigger thunderstorms. you can see it in the neighborhood of i-95 and east and starting to push out of the region. 30 mile-per-hour winds and 70 degrees. northward closer to the williamsburg area by 9:00 over top of the hampton roads area. 20-30 mile-per-hour winds. by the midnight hour, it is gone. still rather windy, but big thunderstorms are gone. thursday is just fine. a little bit on the breezy side and a little cooler around 56 degrees, but not a bad day coming up thursday. it will not be back tomorrow until we get to the thunderstorm part, and that will be about 24 hours from now. one measure of how strong
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an acronym that means lift. 4:00, 5:00 take you to 6:00 in the evening. getting closer. once we get past 6:00 with a sky gets dark and the heat of the day is gone so the area of lift starts falling apart. it is still there, so we want to watch it carefully. right now, we have a lot of fog in the area. temperatures basically in the 50's and upper 40's throughout the area. tomorrow, likely be around 73 degrees in the afternoon. a good chance of big thunderstorms in near the end of the day. stay tuned. i will have more of 11:00. bruce: talking about the future of robert griffin iii and zimmerman speaks out about allegations he took
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bruce: ryan zimmerman, the leader of the washington nationals stung by unsubstantiated allegations he used performance-enhancing drugs finally space out. ryan zimmerman grew up in virginia beach. he played at the university of virginia. for the first time today, he talked about the pharmacist that
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power by providing them with a banned substance. the pharmacist charlie sly was reported by the al jazeera network. the tape was used in a documentary. an emotionalism and was blunt in his response today. >> i never met that guy, never heard of that guy. the guy supposedly helped me to rein in the off-season -- me train in the off-season. none of that stuff is true. i never did any of that. never even thought about doing any of that. it is a tough spot. bruce: i will have much more with ryan zimmerman tonight at 6:45 p.m. on the sportswrap. he along with phillies first baseman ryan howard is suing al jazeera for defamation.
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redskins official confirmed the obvious as bruce allen said on the radio showed today set rg iii will likely be let go of the next you weeks, and several teams are interested in giving him another chance. allen says griffin is liked by his teammates and coaches and everybody in the veterans organization has been impressed with how -- the redskins organization has been impressed with how professional griffin has been. his days with the redskins never seemed to be over. regional tournaments begin this week for public schools and tournaments for the private schools. a state finalist last season upset 54-48 to address to the semi finals in what is an expenditure made this year. johnson led them with 15 points.
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59-56. green run the top ranked fight a team in the state looked to be a favorite to win it all, but it will not be hampton against norv u.n. at one of the regional semi finals tomorrow night. we will have a full schedule tonight and all the scores at 10:45 p.m. on the box 43 sportswrap. miami got his confidence back last night, bouncing back from its 25 point loss to north carolina saturday. unfortunately for virginia fans, miami's 64-61 win came against the cavaliers were positioning themselves possibly for a number one seed in the ncaa tournament. we would hear from tony bennett tonight on the sportswrap. i will see you guys 11:00. nicole: thank you. tom: watching the changing weather. don: very much so. it will warm up in a very big way tomorrow it will be windy and about this time in the evening, we can see thunderstorms.
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nicole: always at wavy.com breaking news tonight. state of emergency as tornadoes explode across the south. millions under a severe threat. fears the town could be demolished in the dark. trump towers as nevada votes tonight and can he win three in a row? and can anyone stop him. murder mystery, chicago images of the uber murderer in a gun shop hours before prosecutorses say he went on a shooting rampage. a popular sports skast e fights back after being secretly videoed in a room next door. could someone be watching you. and eating natural. millions look for on the label, but what does it really mean? amid calls for a
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that might surprise you. "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. good evening. a violent and unseasonable weather outbreak is happening right now in the south. already several tornadoes have touched down in louisiana. the first images showing a trail of damage and destruction, and forecasters say the risk will continue overnight. at this hour tornado watches are posted across parts of three states and several others are under flood watches with heavy downpours predicted. the national weather service calling this a particularly dangerous situation. up to 19 million people are in the potential danger zone with alabama, mississippi and louisiana facing the worst of it right now, and louisiana is where we begin with nbc's jacob rascon. >> reporter: tonight a monster winter storm is wreaking havoc across the south and

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