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after high temperatures well into the 70s on this monday, a cold front will knock about 20a11 off of our temperatures on tuesday! most of us will top out in the low to mid 50s. expect plenty of clouds to start the day, with more sunshine in the afternoon. but we will soar right back into the low to mid 70s on wednesday, with a stiff southwest wind. an approaching cold front will bring us a chance for some afternoon showers and thunderstorms. we will even be on the lookout for a few severe storms. some of the stormy weather sticks around for thursday, but the warmer weather does not. we are expecting high temperatures only in the upper 40s to lower 50s on thursday with a 40% chance for wet weather. and the mercury continues to drop on friday, with high temperatures only in the low to mid 40s. we will start the day with clouds and end the day with sunshine. and it looks like we will have plenty of sunshine for super bowl weekend. expect clear-to-partly cloudy skies high temperatures in the lower
a williamsburg nurse is facing serious charges for stealing prescription drugs -- according to james city county police. and apparently -- this isn t the first time she )s been accused -- of similar crimes. the story - new at 5. stealing drugs -- while working at the pavilion at williamsburg place as a nurse. that )s what 28- year-old meagan howell is city county police. the deputy chief tells us -- the crimes happened in december of last year -- and she was arrested just last week. the pavilion is an inpatient
according to their website. the charges -- which including possessing drugs and larceny -- are very similar to the ones brought against howell a year ago -- in january of 20-15 in newport news. she was going by meagan weis at that time. james city county police say -- that was the previous name that was listed for her -- on the paperwork that was used to secure the warrants for her arrest. it )s unclear where she was working at the time of her arrest in newport news -- but according to court records -- she )s facing a charge -- of obtaining a drug -- illegally. and currently -- she )s under advisement without finding. an attorney for the newport news commonwealth )s attorney s office says -- this usually means the person is a first time offender -- so the judge has agreed to hold off on his or her case for a year -- and if the person follows the terms of the agreement -- the judge can either dismiss the charge or make it a misdeameanor. cause her case is on-going -- e attorney couldn comment rectly -- but did say -- if e convicted for these arges in james city county at would affect her prior arges in newport news. now obviously this raises the
pending in newport news -- how was meagan howell able to work as a nurse in williamsburg? i reached out to a spokeswoman for the pavilion at williamsburg place -- and i am still waiting to hear back. live in the control room, kelly rule, newschannel 3. norfolk police need you to take action against crime. investigators are looking for the person who opened fire on a group of teenagers playing basketball. it happened around three-30 saturday afternoon. police say a 13- year-old, 16- year-old and 20- year-old were all shot. they were taken to the hospital, and we )ve learned-p&--they are expected to recover. witnesses told police the victims were at the basketball courts on widgeon road and partridge street -- when a man in a blue s- u-v fired shots into the crowd. we have another shooting to tell you about in norfolk.
last night on east olney road. according to emergency dispatchers-- a man was hurt. but officials say he is expected to be okay. police have not released a suspect description at this time. again if you know anything about either shooting - take action and call the crime line. making a murderer -- it s the true crime documentary series that has captivated the nation )s attention. and now a lecture told by a virginia beach law professor at regent university is doing the same. by telling people -- they need to watch their words when talking to police -- or don )t say anything at all. newschannel three s nadeen yanes has the preview. pkg nats making a murderer opening scene. it )s a 10 hour true crime drama -- that has millions of people asking millions of questions. was steven avery -- a man previously wrongly convicted for rape -- framed again for murder? did police tamper and plant evidence? and did detectives manipulate steven avery s nephew brendan dassey into giving a false confession? all questions putting a
the shady side of police. and all questions -- one virginia beach s professor had a simple answer to -- in a lecture back in 2008. a lecture called dont talk to police. ( 13:50 it was not even my plan to put this on the internet the lecture is making the rounds online in the wake of the popular crime documentary -- being viewed 9 million times in facebook. ( (17:08 a series that has apparently open a lot of peoples eyes for the first time to some of the ways in which the police even well intentioned honest sincere police officers who are trying to gather the truth can use psychological tactics and methods they learned in the academy to make people say things that they later retracted and insist it was not true and in the now viral lecture -- this professor shows w easily someone can give a lse confession with a simple question. 18:54 you are all wrong, everybody who raised thier hand, everybdoy who raised their hand, you are the kind of person who should never talk to police under any circumstnaces for as long as you live. watch how and why he says you should watch your words -- and hear what police have to say about
report tonight. his lecture -- in our special report tonight. ahead on newschannel three - a virginia police officers attempt to question a man on the side of the street - shooting. tonight - feed up neighbors - say their sick of the violence. a day that helped change the course of history - is being remembered today. hear from the man who says he sat a lunch counter - not know his actions would be honored more than 5
the ever- evolving tech company google - may be working to put solar- powered drones in the air. the drones could deliver high-speed internet from the air that is 40- times faster than 4-g. according to "the guardian" - secretive test flights are being conducted above spaceport america in new mexico. the project is code named--- "sky bender". almost every decade we see soda company - coca cola - revamping its bottles.
its newest remodel - we could see more colors. ck is now teaming up printing and tech company hewlett-packard to print one of a kind designs for 12 ounce diet coke bottles. the marketing campaign is called - "it )s mine". ahead on newschannel three - video games are not just for the kids. more and more families are getting in on the action. but why? a challenge for the big game. why a superbowl ring and glory aren t the only things on the line in san francisco. next at six -- what s at stake for these unexpected
on this day - 56 years ago - four brave college students in greensboro, north carolina took a seat at a woolworth )s lunch counter. their actions were a catalyst for protests and change surrounding race in america. the organizers: ezell blair, david richmond, franklin mccain, and joseph mcneil became known as the "greensboro four." by february 5th - about 300 students from diverse backgrounds joined the protests at woolworth s. just a month after that - demonstrators held sit-ins in 55 cities across 13 states. restaurants were integrating -
during a breakfast today at north carolina a-and-t state university - one of the greensboro four says he and his friends didn )t mean to become a part of history. they simply knew it was time to end segregation. the woolworth s lunch counter - later became the centerpiece of the international civil rights museum in downtown greensboro. today people marched from a- and-t s campus to the museum - in honor of all those who fought for equality. speaking of history in carolina - the panthers are gearing up to take on the denver broncos for super bowl 50! we )re officially six days out from the big game right here on newschannel 3. we know the teams are in san
there celebrating but how are fans in hampton roads getting ready? newschannel threes makenzie walter is bringing us the local excitement. both the broncos and the panthers the trip to california yesterday. and today - they were ready for interview after interview at media day. and while the players were doing that - the fans - were doing (this in super bowl city. stand up: so theyre already out there celebrating in san francsico im going to be out there tomorrow i cant wait but before i left i wanted to see who hampton roads thinks is going to win the big game carolina panthers all the way i think itll be the panthers although i wouldnt mind seeing peyton manning win one more that seemed to be a common feeling in downtown norfolk today... i feel really bad you know going to the super bowl again he deserves one but cam newton is my boy so panthers all the way i like peyton hes absolutely surgical with the ball but i think they... carolina has a better team right now yep - thats kind of what they all said... carolina panthers cam newtons gonna do the job he mightve had those fancy leather pants on the other day but you know what hes gonna get out there and do it hes gonna bring it home for the panthers guarantee it -
it thats it we ll find out if hes right - sunday night - in norfolk makenzie walter news channel 3. newschannel three wants to know if you )re going to superbowl 50. makenzie will be in san francisco with full coverage of everything super bowl. but before she takes off-- we want to hear from viewers here in hampton roads. if you or someone you know is going to the super bowl-- make sure to tweet at makenzie walter or leave us a message on our facebook page and tell us how we can reach you. if you can )t make it to the big game - you should watch it in style! each morning this week -- we re giving away one of these 50-inch smart t-v s. you have to watch to win. just look for the daily keyword on newschannel 3 this
busch gardens may be closed right now, but get ready for a wild ride. after high temperatures well into the 70s on this monday, a cold front will knock about 20a11 off of our temperatures on tuesday! most of us will top out in the low to mid 50s. expect plenty of clouds to start the day, with more sunshine in the afternoon. but we will soar right back into the low to mid 70s on wednesday, with a stiff southwest wind. an approaching cold front will bring us a chance for some afternoon showers and thunderstorms. we will even be on the lookout for a few severe storms. some of the stormy weather sticks around for thursday, but the warmer weather does not. we are expecting high temperatures only in the upper 40s to lower 50s on thursday with a 40% chance for wet weather. and the mercury continues to drop on friday, with high temperatures only in the low to mid 40s. we will start the day with clouds and end the day with sunshine.
breaking news - in norfolk - police are on the scene of a serious crash on 27th street and llewellyn. we initially told you this was a deadly crash - but officials are telling us there are injuries in this accident. we have a crew on the scene gathering more details - look of any updates right here on newschannel three. new at 5 - more and more parents are playing video games with their kids. thats the finding of a recent survey that shows parents like the ability to easily control what their kids are seeing. jill wagner - spoke to one family about the joys of gaming.
come- theres coins. most saturday mornings, 6 year old kaitlyn plays video games with her father for an hour or two. sot: eduardo hernandez/father )she looks forward to it at the end of the week, you know -the weekend. just start off our weekend doing that. its a common trend. the consulting firm magid interviewed 3000 parents and found graphic 92% of those whose kids play video games play alongside them.sot: mike vorhaus/president, magid advisors so this is not just a core device for hard core gamers. this is a family device. we like to think of it as the next new kitchen table in the family. standup: jill wagner/cbs news/new york the survey shows the majority of parents prefer that kids play with consoles that are easy to monitor- rather than on computers, smart phones or tablets. ) vo the survey also found that more than three quarters of parents say their primary reason to play games is to spend time with their children. nats kaitlyns mom agrees- citing busy schedules for everyone in the family. sot: julie babayeva/mother )when we finally have some time together, we like to do things she enjoys. and she enjoys other activities too. but this is one of them and we have fun together. we like it. kaitlyns parents
to play educational games...so shes learning, as well as having fun. jill wagner, cbs news, new york. many of you are pocketing the cash - you )re saving at the pump. on average - gas prices are still below the two dollar mark - and americans are taking that money to the bank. according to the commerce department - consumer spending was flat in december - but savings are way up. the savings rate is now 5 point 5 percent. police in north carolina are searching for the person who shot at a woman s car while her child was in the back seat. the woman told police it happened yesterday - when she was driving through winston salem. she says a car was passing her when the driver pulled out a gun a fired three rounds. two of those rounds hit the back bumper and the third shot struck the back passenger door - hitting her child s car seat. fortunately the bullet hit just below where her child was seated.
right now a man is in jail - accused of opening fire on a richmond police officer. jasmine norwood - explains what lead up to the shooting. broadcastify 9:53 the officers en route to mcv now a richmond police officer en route to mcv, after police tell us - he was shot while doing a routine stop sot gene lepley, richmond police 062545 stopped to talk to somebody there as they do all the time police say around 12:15 sunday morning...a group of officers stopped here in the intersection of garland and hooper street to talk with a man whod been standing there- 062725 just a stop and talk they call it, they do it all the time, see somebody out at night, you engage those people and see whats going on police say the man acknowledged them and then ran off—starti ng a police pursuit broadcastify 9:20 10-4 cpy 27 hundred block of hanes. black male all dark clothes units copy sot gene lepley, richmond police 062600 that person then fired multiple shots, one of our officers was struck in the leg nats barking broadcastify k-9s were brought in and a few minutes later - 23 year old keith smith jr was found and arrested. hes now charged with aggrivated assault on a law enforcement officer and
rake nats louise littles lived in the brookland park area for years nats honk she says she heard and saw the commotion from her front window and thats just too close sot louise little, neighbor 210321 the bullets dont have no name on them the bullets could have hit anybody, it could have hit my window little says its time for the gun violence to stop 210425 too many killings, too many shootings, kids getting hurt, its ridiculous its ridiculous look live tag again, the officer that was shot, were told he is suffering from non- life threatening injuries and is expected to recovery. officials say there will be a "use of force" investigation - because the officer fired his weapon. next at six. a case that keeps getting stranger. two virginia tech students arraigned on charges for their role in the death of a 13- year-old girl. a local college says one of its
a william and mary student student who contracted the zika virus. the announcement comes a day before it s declared a public health emergency. and remembering the family killed in a mass murder-suicide in chesapeake. we )re live at the memorial about to get underway. and the weather roller coaster continues with temperatures hitting seventy degrees today. but we )re tracking another drop in the storm team forecast. we begin with breaking news right now police are on the scene of an accident at 27th street and llewllyn. they say someone was injured -- but have not said how