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right now newschannel three is working with police to get more information on this breaking news story. we )re not finished with the winter warmth here in hampton roads. we )re also following storms and a return to more seasonal temperatures. here )s a live look outside at downtown norfolk. chief meteorologist patrick rockey is live with your storm team forecast. 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 theay, 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
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 both saturday and sunday with high temperatures in the lower
new at 6 new at 6 beach police are looking for a robbery and sexual assault suspect -here s a composite photo of the man. tuesday they say the suspect approached a man in a wawa parking lot on rosemont road - and asked for a ride. during the ride - police say the suspect robbed - and assaulted the man at knifepoint. they say the same suspect approached a woman in the parking lot of a restaurant with a knife - when she screamed he ran away. advance if he looks familiar - call the crime line at 1- 888-lock-u-up. a memorial for the dooley family will be held tonight in chesapeake. 5 of the dooleys were murdered at the hands of a family member--- 26 year old cameron dooley. the family played a major role in the community. today that community is mourning the loss at a memorial
church. newschannel three s allison mechanic joins us live there with more. yes -- according to friends and family of the dooley )s -- they were a pillar here in the deep creek community. tonight they are celebrating their lives again with a memorial service. while the community continues to mourn their deaths -- police are still working to find out more about what led cameron dooley to kill his family members. we know that all of the family members were shot -- except for doris -- cameron )s grandmother. the medical examiner has not yet explained how she died. but instead of remembering the tragic way they died -- the community is coming together to remember their lives. in chesapeake im
tonight s memorial service will be held at deep creek baptist church. it begins at seven p-m and there is a free shuttle service from deep creek high school already running. two virginia tech students are facing charges in connection with the death of a 13-year-old girl. the girl )s body was found in north carolina over the weekend. newschannel three s erica greenway joins us-p&live with more. today those two students had their first court appearance in montgomery county where they heard the charges against them. it )s a case that )s hard to hear about -- not just for people who live there -- but here in the hampton roads as well. two promising virginia tech students - are now behind bars -- charged in the death of a 13- year-old girl from the blacksburg community. police say 18- year-old david eisenhauer abducted and killed nicole lovell and 19- year-old natalie keepers helped dispose of the body. she was found over the weekend on the side of a road in surry county, north carolina. it )s about a
blacksburg home - where she d last been seen on wednesday. new of her death has hit the community hard. :13 you don t have to know them, or anything like that just to feel for the family, you know, your heart goes out to em :17 student and it s not just people who live there feeling the affects. i spoke with chris jennings - president of the tidewater chapter of the virginia tech alumni association over the phone about his reaction to hearing the news. 21:18:02 i )m the father of a 13-year-old girl myself and my heart went out to that family and when i heard that it was students involved, i just shook my head, and evil is everywhere, it can even be on campus, and you know the connection there was tough especially with everything the community has been through in the last 10 years. :25 there are still a lot of questions about what happened and how police tied the students to the girl s death. police have only said they arrested eisenhaur based on tips and leads obtained from social media and that he and lovell knew each other. today - dive teams with virginia state police and virginia tech police searched for evidence at a pond on campus.
what they were looking for, but said blacksburg police asked them to search for anything suspicious. 21;20:42 when something like this happens, it just kind of reinforces your resolve to be the light out there as a hokie as opposed to what these two students were doing :51 nicole )s body was returned to virginia for an autopsy. those results are expected just prior to the next court hearing in late march. in the meantime, authorities are working to build a timeline leading up to her death. in the control room - erica greenway - newschannel 3. williamsburg police have arrested a man after several people say he exposed himself at a hotel. this is 57-year- old barry holloway. on saturday night-- witnesses say holloway was exposing himself at a hotel on york street. police arrested and charged holloway for indecent exposure and obscene sexual display. he is currently being held at the virginia peninsula regional jail without bond. the world health organization declared the zika
this comes as we have learned that a student at william and mary contacted the school saying that person had been diagnosed with the virus. newschannel 3 s margaret kavanagh is live right now at the school. the student was in central america overwinter break when they apparently contracted the virus. school leader say the student is expected to be okay. pkg william and mary school leaders say they were contacted by a student who told them they had been diagnosed with the zika virus. sot: suzanne seurattan/william and mary spokesperson 05:57 "the student is not currently exhibiting any symptoms and is expected to make a full recovery" track school leaders say they informed the student body through email. we know the student had traveled to central america over winter break and isn )t experiencing any symptoms. but the school is not releasing any other details citing privacy concerns but say they took action when they found out. 07:12 we were in consultation with both our health and wellness team and the cdc and a sure that there was no health risk to campus track the zika virus has been
a problem in other parts of the world like central america and south america along with africa mexico the pacific islands and southeast asia. it )s spread to people through mosquitos. the cdc says 80% of people who get it don )t get sick. but there is a potential danger for pregnant women as there is a possible connection to birth defects in infants- born with smaller than normal heads. students we spoke to say they were glad the university informed them. sot: caprielle d )uilisse 14:22 but first i was a little concerned because it )s one of those strange viruses that you haven t heard of sot: brian jenkins/senior 13:34 students at william and mary do a lot of different places. 08:37 our message to the university was an informational one we wanted them to be aware we wanted them to facts about the virus itself and also point them to have questions is concerned about how quickly this virus is spreading in other parts of the world but say most the william and mary student d not have any symptoms and cording to the school.
in virginia, voters who cast ballots in next month s (republican primary will no longer ( have to have to sign a "loyalty oath". last year, state g-o-p leaders decided to require voters in the republican primary to sign a pledge, saying they d vote for the republican nominee in the general election, and not switch parties. a judge declared the oath was, in fact, legal, but the party dropped it, out of fears it might turn people away. time is running out to register to vote in the march primaries. virginia voters have until next monday, the 8th. in north carolina, the deadline is friday, february 19th. newschannel 3 is taking action to make sure you have all of the information you need to register to vote -- including where to sign up. find that on the main page of wtkr dot com. next on newschannel ththe at 6.
right now police are on the scene of an accident
at 27th street and llewllyn. we )ve just learned two young children were hurt - and have serious injuries. they were rushed to chkd. they are five and seven years old. newschannel three is on the scene - look for another update. the sound of history rang through williamsburg today -- in celebration of black history month. several special guests were also in town to celebrate has the story. it )s the first time (this has bell of the first baptist church in williamsburg is ringing. it )s one of the oldest african american
newschannel 3. 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 20a off of our temperatures on tuesday! most of us will top out in the low to mid 50s. expect plenty of clouds 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
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 both saturday and sunday with high temperatures in the lower 50s. tonight at 11 - the newest diet craze involves "more chicken." what chick fil a says to pick from the menu - to take off the pounds. but it doesn )t come "cheep!" details at 11. the north carolina zoo is
the north carolina zoo is taking on a super bowl bet. yesterday the denver zoo posted this video. the woman says if the broncos win the super bowl the north carolina zoo director will have to wear a broncos jersey -- and greet visitors as they enter but if the panthers win the denver zoo director will have to wear a cam newton jersey and do the same thing. and to see who will be wearing
our very own makenzie walter will be in san francisco starting tomorrow with everything super bowl. before she takes off-- we want to hear from our viewers. if you or someone you know is going to the big game- tweet us at makenzie walter or leave us a message on our facebook page and tell us how we can reach you.
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