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recap of super tuesday. plus, what is next on the schedule for the candidates. breaking news about a murder case from last may. u-s marshals caught the last three suspects 17- year-old in portsmouth last year authorities found rodderick britt, we have a lot more to get tower cam 10 at the skies let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center.. rest of today: partly cloudy and breezy. temps will hover in the 50s for a while, but will drop to the
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afternoon. winds nw 10- 20mph with gusts up to 30mph. a few gusts up to 35mph on the eastern shore. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 8-12mph. thursday: partly cloudy. chilly. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. the cold front has moved through the region. temps are holding steady in the 50s, but they will drop to the upper 40s later this afternoon. winds will be strong out of the northwest. we'll be dry and chilly through the region. it will bring us a rain/snow mix. most of this will be rain or melting snow as temps will be above freezing. however, there may be some light accumulations on grassy areas just north and west of our region as the system moves out to sea. this will allow cold air to move into the region
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breaking news about a murder case from last may. u-s marshals caught the last three suspects wanted in the murder of a 17- year-old in portsmouth last year authorities found rodderick britt, andre keel, and jalon trotter hiding out in atlanta together. they were hiding out in an apartment. the three are accused of killing 17-year-old jayzayvia hill in may of last year. two others were hurt in the shooting. the suspects were originally arrested for the crime last year. but, the original charges against the suspects were nolle processed, and they were released. the commonwealths attorney decided to bring up the charges again earlier this month. all five suspects in the case are now in jail. samking beale and raykwuan short turned themselves in earlier this month. later this afternoon, jesse matthew junior will be in court in abermarle county. he is expected to plead guilty to the murders of two college students. the prosecutor announced last week matthew will take the plea deal to avoid the death penalty. matthew
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hannah graham and 20-year-old morgan harrington in charlottesville. graham was a u-v-a student. she disappeared in september 20-14. harrington went to virginia tech and disappeared after a concert at u-v-a in 2009. matthew is already serving life in prison. a jury convicted him in june of last year for a sexual assault that happened in 2005. 10 on your side's erin kelly is in abermarle county for today's plea hearing. she'll give you a full report of what happened in the court room starting on wavy news 10 at 4. we're following developments in an earthquake in indonesia. tsunami warning after the seven-point-nine magnitude quake hit off the western coast of sumatra. the u-s geological survey says the quake centered about six miles below the surface of the indian ocean. the earthquake itseld was far from land, so damage wasn't too severe. but, officials still warned residents in coastal areas to get away from shore, in case a
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toughest sanctions against north korea in 20 years. the u-s and north korea's ally china spent seven weeks negotiating the terms of the new sanctions. they include mandatory inspections of items leaving and coming into the country by sea or air. it also bans the sale of weapons to the country. the news sanctions come after north korea reportedly tested a long range missile and upped its nuclear activity. this comes just after north korean media released these pictures of kim jong un touring a factory. the factory is known as one of the main places for developing missiles in the country. the state broadcaster says kim emphasized the factory needed to be updated, to make it more modern. the visit comes as the u-n is about to vote on a new resolution for tougher sanctions against north korea over its recent nuclear activities and long- range rocket
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super tuesday is in the books. and in case you missed any of the results we are here to recap for you. let's start on the democratic side, where hillary clinton won big over bernie sanders when it comes to including virginia...and she won by double digits in all but one state she took. senator sanders had strong showings in four states. he won minnesota, oklahoma, colorado, and his home state of vermont. on the republican side, donald trump continued his strong run during this election. he took seven states on super tuesday. however, senator ted cruz's campaign may have gotten a spark. he won three states, including his home state of texas. florida senator marco rubio got his first win of the cycle, taking minnesota. rubio also finished a close second to trump here in virginia, only trailing the billionaire by three points. now let's take a look how
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the delegate counts. hillary clinton has a strong lead over senator sanders. she has just a little more than a far. that's more than double than what senator sanders 2-thousand-three- hundred-eighty-three to win the the nomination. on the other side, donald trump has the lead over ted cruz by 90 delegates. marco rubio is in thrid place, 110 behind cruz. ohio governor john kasich and doctor ben carson are fourth and fifth. despite being far behind, both say they have no plans to drop out. all of the candidates are back on the campaign trail today. they are getting ready for the next primaries elections and caucuses. kansas, kentucky, lousiana, maine, nebraska, and puerto rico will be contested this coming weekend. 10 on your side will get you all the results as they come in. new at midday -- police in norfolk are trying to new at midday -- police in norfolk are trying to
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woamn dispatch tells us this happened on lafayette avenue around six this morning. dispatch says the woman told police the person who robbed her assaulted her and took her purse. we are working to find out how badly she was hurt. police haven't arrested anyone yet, but if you know anything about what happened, call crime line. norfolk police are looking for two overnight robbery suspects. investigators say two men with guns hit the 7-11 on granby street at la avenue just after midnight. that's in the riverview neighborhood. investigators say the men got some money and ran away. officers say no one was hurt. call the crime line if you have any information. also new at midday -- the northern landing bridge in chesapeake is operating under an alternate life schedule because it can't fully open. that's because a barge hit it yesterday morning. the barge was trying to go under the open bridge,
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that caused damage to the bridge. but, the army corps of engineers took a look a the bridge and say lift, and only small boats can go through. officials don't know how long it will take bridge. police in suffolk are looking for the person who killed a 42-year-old man. we first told you about this yesterday morning when investigators said they found wayne pleasant hill cemetery off old dill brother-in-law, keith edwards, says watford had troubles. c34 keith edwards - clothes and i would take my clothes, whatever i could give him you know to get his self back, get his self back on his feet for a little while and then he would fall, he would fall again." so far police have neither given us any suspect information, nor told us how watford died. call the crime line if you know anything. 10 on your side continues it's investigation into a
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investigation. but who -- if anyone -- could have killed a norfolk teenager with no known enemies. today marks one year since anjelica "aj" hadsell disappeared police later found her remains on an abandonded property 50 miles from her home. in the midst of the search, police arrested her adoptive charges. he became a person of interest in the case -- but never a suspect. even with all the time that has passed -- loved ones are still waiting for closure ((c1 22:22)) "you don't stop thinking about it. you never stop thinking about it. it's just how you think about it. some days you play over thinngs that were there signs, what would you do differently. some days i wake up and i think is this the day i'm going to get a phone call and charges are coming." 10 on your side's joe fisher has followed every development in this case
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beginning. tonight -- he investigates the mysterious death of anjelica hadsell. his full report airs at six o'clock, with coverage beginning at 4. new at midday -- local triple a is helping you protect your identity while helping the envioronment. the tidewater triple a is hosting a shred-a- thon at two different locations this month. people can bring up to five boxes of documents they want to be shredded. these events are free and open to anyone. you don't have to be a triple-a member to get your documents shredded. the shredded documents will be turned into recyclable paper. for more about the event and what documents you'll be allowed to shred, wavy dot com. still ahead - a teen is accused of shooting three members of his family. why police say he did it. plus - a norfolk southern train comes off the tracks in new york. why people had to be evacuated from the area. also still to come, a story of giving to the less fortunate. what a local girl did for
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shelter. and-- after somehow getting away from police after leading them on a chase, a suspect is finally caught in california. and - we'll get a look at
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forecast. a teenager in tennesee is in jail today. shooting several people in his family, all because he didn't want to go to school. investigators say the suspect's grandmother tried to wake him up for school. that caused the 16-year-old to go into a rage. police say he grabbed a bullets hit his grandmother, his 12- year-old sister, and six-year-old nephew. fortunately, they are all expected to recover from their injuries. neighbors say shootings happen often where they live.
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to it and it's sad that you have to be used to shootings in your own neighborhood mumford says: "the sixteen year old went to a closet, retrieved a handgun. the family was unaware that it was in the closet and he started firing." mos says: "i have a baby myself and there is a lot of kids in this apartment complex and it's not safe to be out here." the teen is charged with four counts of attempted homicide. a police officer and a suspect are dead after they shot each other. it happened in texas yesterday. police say 29-year-old officer david hofer walked up to the suspect and the suspect started shooting at him. officer hofer shot back. both of them died at the hospital. police have not said why officer hofer was approaching the suspect. hundreds of people were forced out of their houses in upstate new york. a norfolk southern train came off the tracks and spilled ethonol. 15 to 20 cars came off the tracks in ripley new york, just before ten
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the engineer and conductor were the only two people on the trian, and they were not hurt. officials say two of the cars were leaking onto the tracks. evacuate 55 houses. those homes were about one-thousand feet away from the accident. families went to a shelter at a nearby churchs which gave the things they needed to spend the night. (stella zeigler/mechanic street resident) "first it was the house shaking real bad, and then the train to derailed right in front of our house." (jill otto/south state street resident) "i just heard a loud ... almost like a tornado was coming through. it was just a loud wooshing, screeching noise." (mark smith/ripley fire department chief) "all the water is being secured. all the run-off is being retained and the appropriate measures to take care of that." investigators are working to figure out how the train came off the tracks. an attorney filed a federal lawsuit against the governor of mississippi. it's over the confederate
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part of the state flag. carlos moore says the flag makes african-americans scared, and fear for their lives. he says the flag amounts to quote "state-sanctioned hate speech." governor phil bryant responded to the lawsuit. he says the design of the state flag is up to voters and he doesn't have the power to change it. (gov. phil bryant/ (r) mississippi) "oh i think it's a frivolous lawsuit. i think it's a filed i think an inaccurate lawsuit because he's asked the governor to provide remedy that the governor cannot provide. i cannot issue some executive order and bring down the state flag." last month, bryant signed a proclimation to declare april "conferderate history month" in mississippi. state legislators recently killed a bill that would have taken the emblem off the flag. people in washington state are cleaning up debris in their yards today. take a look at this cell
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trampoline blowing across someone's back yard. the wind storm also knocked down trees and power lines throughout the town of enumclaw. more tha n 75-thousand people lost power. the national weather service says gusts reached nearly 60 miles an hour. chyrons: enumclaw, wa and people in alabama are cleaning up after a possible tornado hit the middle of that state. the national weather service says the radar showed a tornado, but they still have to confirm it touched down. people in several towns reported trees falling down, and cars and houses being damaged by the high winds and debris. the sherriff's office says four people were hurt, but they should recover. ( weather anim - with track) rest of today: partly cloudy and breezy. temps will hover in the 50s for a while, but will drop to the upper 40s by the late afternoon. winds nw 10-
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30mph. a few gusts up to shore. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 8-12mph. thursday: partly cloudy. chilly. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. the cold front has moved through the region. temps are holding steady in the 50s, but they will drop to the upper 40s later this afternoon. winds will be strong out of the northwest. we'll be dry and chilly tomorrow with highs in the 40s. thursday night an area of low pressure will move through the region. it will bring us a rain/snow mix. most of this will be rain or melting snow as temps will be above freezing. however, there may be some light accumulations on grassy areas just north and west of our region as the system moves out to sea. this will allow cold air
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briefly before the dry air settles in.. stay tuned for updates as the forecast may change. highs will be in the 40s. we'll dry out friday evening with lows in the 30s. we'll be dry and chilly again on saturday, but a little warmer on sunday. there may be an isolated shower
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up next on midday - a story that will probably warm your heart. why a little girl collected hundreds of dolls ...and now, hear what she plans to do with them. plus - a cursed cruise ship. why this vessel had to cut it's journey
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in a month. whole foods shoppers, we have a recall to tell you about. the company is recalling maytag raw milk blue cheese nationwide because of a possible listeria contamination. recent tests in iowa showed listeria bacteria in two batches of the product. the recall involves cheese sold in packaging like the one shown on your screen. maytag dairy farms suspended production and distribution while officials try to figure out the cause of the problem. whole
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become sick from the product. while most little girls are playing with barbies, a 9-year-old in norfolk is thinking of ways to give them away. gianni graham is a very special girl. at christmas, she set a goal to collect one-thousand barbies for girls at homeless shelters and foster homes. and yesterday, after a lot of hard work, she reached her goal. she sat down with our anita blanton to explain why she did this. editor: assist/p53 barbie dolls for homeless/c1 1:19 - 1:25 gianni graham "because i feel like girls in shelters should have the same as girls that are not in shelters" butt to 500" butt to c4 00;14;04 - ;14;13 just to know that i have daughter that's so selfless and so caring about others it makes me a very proud mother" gianni is planning to distribute the dolls during spring break. if you'd like to help in any way, just search this story on wavy dot com. coming up on midday-- a
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two college students is expected to plead guilty today.
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breaking news about a wanted in the murder of a 17- year-old in portsmouth last year authorities found rodderick britt, andre keel, and jalon trotter hiding out in atlanta together. they were hiding out in an apartment. the three are accuised of killing 17-year-old jayzayvia hill in may of last year. two others were hurt in the shooting. the suspects were originally arrested for the crime last year. but, the original charges against the suspects were nolle processed, and they were released. the commonwealths attorney decided to bring up the charges again earlier this month. all five suspects in the case are now in jail. samking beale and raykwuan short turned themselves in earlier this month. a lot more to get to in the next half hour. but now we want to get a check of the forecast. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. a few clouds, but nothing to be concerned about, at least for now. let's get the latest from
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wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... rest of today: partly cloudy and breezy. temps will hover in the 50s for a while, but will drop to the upper 40s by the late afternoon. winds nw 10- 20mph with gusts up to 30mph. a few gusts up to 35mph on the eastern shore. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 8-12mph. thursday: partly cloudy. chilly. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. the cold front has moved through the region. temps are holding steady in the 50s, but they will drop to the upper 40s later this afternoon. winds will be strong out of the northwest. we'll be dry and chilly tomorrow with highs in the 40s. thursday night an area of low pressure will move through the region. it will bring us a rain/snow mix. most of this will be rain or melting snow as temps will be above freezing. however, there accumulations on grassy
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air settles in.. stay tuned for updates as the forecast may change. highs will be in the 40s. we'll dry out friday evening with lows in the 30s. we'll be dry and chilly again on saturday, but a little warmer on sunday. there may be an isolated shower on sunday later this afternoon, jesse matthew junior will be in court in abermarle county. he is expected to plead guilty to the murders of two college students. the prosecutor announced last week matthew will take the plea deal to avoid the death penalty. matthew is accused of killing 18-year-old hannah graham and 20-year-old morgan harrington in charlottesville. graham
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20-14. harrington went to virginia tech and disappeared after a concert at u-v-a in 2009. matthew is already serving life in prison. a jury convicted him in june of last year for a county for today's plea hearing. she'll give you a full report of what happened in the court room starting on wavy news 10 at 4. we're following developments in an earthquake in indonesia. officials put out a tsunami warning after the seven-point-nine magnitude quake hit off the western coast of sumatra. the u-s geological survey says the quake centered about six miles below the surface of the indian ocean. the earthquake itseld was far from land, so damage wasn't too severe. but, officials still warned residents in coastal areas to get away from shore, in case a tsunami happens. the u-n just approved the toughest sanctions against north korea in 20
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the u-s and north korea's ally china spent seven weeks negotiating the terms of the new sanctions. they include mandatory inspections of items leaving and coming into the country by sea or air. it also bans the sale of weapons to the country. the news sanctions come after north korea reportedly tested a long range missile and upped its nuclear activity. this comes just after north korean media released these pictures of kim jong un touring a factory. the factory is known as one of the main places for developing missiles in the country. the state broadcaster says kim emphasized the factory needed to be updated, to make it more modern. the visit comes as the u-n is about to vote on a new resolution for tougher sanctions against north korea over its recent nuclear activities and long- range rocket launch. chyrons: kaesong, north korea super tuesday is in the books. and in case you missed any of the results we are here to recap for you. let's start on the democratic side, where hillary clinton won big over bernie sanders when it comes to delegates.
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eleven states up for grabs yesterday, including virginia...and she won by double digits in all but senator sanders had strong showings in four states. he won minnesota, oklahoma, colorado, and his home state of vermont. on the republican side, donald trump continued his strong run during this election. he took seven states on super tuesday. however, senator ted cruz's campaign may have gotten a spark. he won three states, including his home state of texas. florida senator marco rubio got his first win minnesota. rubio also finished a close second to trump here in virginia, only trailing the points. now let's take a look how things are shaping up in the delegate counts. hillary clinton has a strong lead over senator sanders. she has just a little more than a thousand delegates so far. that's more than double democrats need 2-thousand-three- hundred-eighty-three to win the the nomination.
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trump has the lead over ted cruz by 90 delegates. marco rubio is in thrid place, 110 behind cruz. ohio governor john kasich and doctor ben carson are fourth and fifth. despite being far behind, both say they have no plans to drop out. all of the candidates are back on the campaign trail today. they are getting ready for the next primaries elections and caucuses. kansas, kentucky, lousiana, maine, nebraska, and puerto rico will be contested this coming weekend. 10 on your side will get you all the results as they come in. new at midday -- police in norfolk are trying to figure out who robbed a woamn dispatch tells us this happened on lafayette boulevard near lens avenue around six this morning. dispatch says the woman told police the person who robbed her assaulted her and took her purse. we are working to find out how badly she was hurt. police haven't arrested anyone yet, but if you know anything about what happened, call crime line. norfolk police are
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granby street at la valette avenue just after midnight. that's in the riverview neighborhood. investigators say the men got some money and ran away. officers say no one was hurt. call the crime line if you have any chesapeake is operating under an alternate lift schedule because it can't fully open. that's because a barge hit it yesterday morning. the barge was trying to go under the open bridge, and it smacked into it. that caused damage to the bridge. but, the army corps of engineers took a look a the bridge and say it is safe for cars to travel on. however, only one span of the bridge is able to lift, and only small boats can go through. officials don't know how long it will take for crews to fix the bridge. police in suffolk are looking for the person who killed a 42-year-old man. we first told you about this yesterday morning when investigators said they found wayne watford's body in the pleasant hill cemetery off old dill road. his
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edwards, says watford had troubles. c34 keith edwards - clothes and i would take my clothes, whatever i could give him you know to get his self back, get his self back on his feet for a little while and then he would fall, he would fall again." so far police have neither given us any suspect information, nor told us how watford died. call the crime line if you know anything. we now know more about the woman who died in a fire in norfolk friday. family members say it was 65-year-old claudia ridley. she died in a massive house fire kingston avenue, in ocean view. firefighters are still looking for the cause. ridley's family says in her last moments she was a hero. she saved her roommate and her roommate's two children, but didn't make out of the burning home. roylen ridley "my sister
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asleep and they got up the son that was 13 and then they grabbed the baby the toddler that was 2 years old and they got to the window the 13 year old went out first then she with the baby in her arms tried to get out the window to jump and she lost her balance and she fell." the roommate and the two children were treated at the hospital and released. ridley's family is now planning her funeral. if you'd more information about how to help with expenses, look for this story on wavy-dot-com. it was a close call for a firefighter in newport roof yesterday morning. the firefighter was on top of a church on 35th street near chestnut avenue, trying to cut a smoke escape. that part of the roof had rot damage, and firefighter fell through up to his waist. other crew members pulled him out, and he was not hurt. firefighters say it's
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have to get on top of a building. lt. brian sanzo, newport news fire department "a lot of times it's the sure we keep an eye on our folks." "pretty much we get up there, get a hole in the roof, and get off of there. we don't like to spend a lot of time up there." investigators said the church fire was an accident caused by a malfunctioning wall heater. 10 on your side is looking into trampoline parks. kids and adults can jump, flip, and bounce - burning off calories and letting off steam. so how safe are trampoline parks, and what are your legal options in case of severe injury? investigative reporter chris horne has this preview of his special report, trampoline parks - your rights and your risks. c 1 6:51 upon tens of thousands of people who come through the door gavin grissom manages cloud9. the trampoline park in
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fall of 2013. he say his staff is focused on safe jumping and safe equipment. c 1 3:03 gavin grissom general manager cloud9 trampoline park -- let me tell you safety is absolutely our highest priority jonathan allen was jumping at cloud9 in late december. c 1 2:57 jonathan allen trampoline park visitor -- all i just heard was a crack and i looked at my head of the er says she's familiar with trampoline injuries. c 1 00:55 dr faiqa qureshi chkd emergency medicine -- broken bones, lower extremity and upper extremity, elbow injuries we ask this leading pediatrician how she feels about the safety of trampoline parks. we'll tell you how often an ambulance comes to a local park, and what steps the staff takes to make sure you're as safe as possible. and what about that release you have to sign? it says you have no right to sue in case of injury. we ask a lawyer if that's really the case. chris horne 10 on your side look for "trampoline parks - your rights and your risks" tonight on
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still ahead on midday- deputies in san francisco are facing charges. why they are accused of forcing inmates to fight each other. plus - nasa astronaut scott kelly is back on earth. you'll hear how he feels now his mission is finally over. plus - we're on your side with another look at the
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the anthem of the seas came back in port in new jersey this morning. the ship had a voyage cut possibility of severe weather brought the ship back home. the crew on the ship says at an average of nine new cases of the reported by passengers each day over the last week. you may remember, this is the same ship that was damaged in a coastal storm off the last month. three sheriffs deputies in san francisco are a facing charges. they are accused of forcing inmates to fight each other. two fights that happened at the county jail last year allegedly happened for the deputies' enjoyment. investigators say one of the deputies told the two inmates to fight, or he would handcuff, pepper-spray, and beat them. one of the inmates was reportedly much bigger than the other, and the smaller prisoner got hurt. authorities say the other deputies did not try to stop the fight. (jeff adachi/victim's attorney) "we called this sort of a game of
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because it really was done for jest and they were betting money on the winner." the deputies have two days to turn themselves in, or they will face more charges. a follow up to a story we first brought you yesterday. a man who lead california police say lead them on a low speed chase in a a man who lead california police say lead them on a low speed chase in a hummer was arrested by police, hours after the chase ended. police accuse thomas ueno of kidnapping his ex-girlfriend and her two children. police chased the hummer for two hours monday. the woman and kids were both inside. the chase ended, ueno let them go, and then went over a hill to keep himself from getting caught. he managed to avoid police for hours, before they finally found him yesterday afternoon. police say the woman and her
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a woman who cut off a four-year-old girl's head and held it while she shouted in the streets of moscow appeared in court yesterday. the 38-year-old woman was seen holding the child's head outside a moscow train station monday. a video on the internet shows the horrifying scene. investigators say the woman was the child's nanny. prosecutors believe she did not act alone in the killing. they think a group of people told her to kill the child, and she listened to them because she is mentally unstable.. people who live in moscow have been placing flowers and children's toys outside the train station in memory of the little girl. police in colombia arrested the brother of the former president of that country. investigators say santiago uribe was involved in murders and kidnappings. they say he was trying to form what they call a death squad in the 1990's. uribe has denied any involvement in the killings for years. a police captain says he belonged to a group called "the 12 apostles," who planned murders from his ranch. the former presideent, alvaro uribe, says his brother
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his successor, president juan manuel santos of plotting against his family. a senior executive for facebook is in jail in authorities say facebook vice president diego dzodan is being questioned. the arrest comes after the company refused to provide data from its "what's app" to help investigators with a drug-trafficking investigation. privacy concerns have put facebook at odds with brazilian authorities in the past. back in december, a court suspended "what's app" in the country for 12 hours after facebook wouldn't comply with court orders to share the information for a criminal case. the longest serving astronaut on the international space station is back on earth. nasa astronaut scott kelly landed in kasakhstan after spending almost a year in space. he and cosmonaut mikhail kornienko were part of a study on the effects of what spending a long-time in space will do to the body. scientists will be able to compare
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twin brother, mark. they hope that comparison will help them better understand the effects. meanwhile, kelly says he's excited to be back on earth. (s/ scott kelly/ nasa astronaut :14) [first thoughts back on earth after a year?] "the cold air was amazing, you know, fresh air. you know, the air - i don't mean to say it's not fresh on the space station but there's nothing like you know, new cold air coming into the capsule." (:14) kelly and korienko spent 340 days on the i-s-s. that's a new record. (weather anim - with track) rest of today: partly cloudy and breezy. temps will hover in the 50s for a while, but will drop to the upper 40s by the late afternoon. winds nw 10- 20mph with gusts up to 30mph. a few gusts up to 35mph on the eastern shore. tonight: mostly clear. lows will be in the low 30s. winds north 8-12mph. thursday: partly cloudy. chilly. highs will be in the mid 40s. winds var. 5-10mph. the cold front has moved through the
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temps are holding steady in the 50s, but they will drop to the upper 40s later this afternoon. winds will be strong out of the northwest. we'll be dry and chilly tomorrow with highs in the 40s. thursday night an area of low pressure will move through the region. it will bring us a rain/snow mix. most of this will be rain or melting snow as temps will be above freezing. however, there may be some light accumulations on grassy areas just north and west briefly before the dry air settles in.. stay tuned for updates as the forecast may change. highs will be in the 40s. we'll dry out friday evening with lows in the 30s. we'll be dry and chilly again on saturday, but a little warmer on sunday. there may be an isolated shower
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if you've ever been to a major league sporting event, you know it can be expensive. the tickets, the food, and the beer come at a high price. so we can only imagine how a fan at an n-b-a game felt after a beer got knocked out of his hand. take a look at this. the portland trail blazers are trying to get the ball underneath the basket, but the pass goes flying into the stands. a man sitting in the front row reacts to the ball coming his way, and his beer goes flying. it gets all over him, and the person behind him
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the fan just laughed it off, probably because if you can afford courtside seats, you should have no trouble affording the expensive drafts. a reunion in utah a woman never thought would happen. meridee mcfalls was shoveling snow outside her house, when her wedding ring slipped off her finger. it got buried in the snow. she posted pictures of it on social media, and used a metal detector in hopes of finding the ring, but had no luck. it wasn't until two months later the snow melted and a group of high school boys found it laying on the ground. the teens found a way to track it back to meridee. (s/ meridee mcfalls / before where you lose something and you never get it. just to have something that important be brought back to you.... i just thought that was cool." meridee says she is very thankful the teens did the right thing and gave her
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wavy news 10 midday. . [thunder booming]
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>> roman: hey, this place >> caroline: oh, yeah. only those with an engraved invitation may come. >> roman: [chuckling] give me a hug, mom. >> caroline: abe, hi. >> abe: hello, sweetart. >> caroline: aw. i'm so glad you two got off work early for this-- i don't know what to call it. >> abe: well, whatever we call it, it's a great-- >> marlena: whoo-hoo-hoo! >> caroline: oh, marlena, john. >> marlena: goodness. >> caroline: oh, thank you, coming out in this terrible storm. >> marlena: oh, darling. okay. >> john: boy, that sure blew in out of nowhere, didn't it? >> caroline: oh, yes. it sure did, yeah. >> kate: ugh. >> caroline: kate! >> marlena: oh, my goodness. >> caroline: i thought you were in new york on business. >> kate: well, i was. i decided to cut my trip short. i wouldn't miss this special occasion. >> caroline: [sighs] victor, my goodness, you're all drenched.

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