tv WVBT Local News FOX February 7, 2016 10:00pm-10:45pm EST
sunday storm -- strong winds - big waves - as it pushes up the coast creates issues for people living along the outer banks. also, deadly morning - ((c13 39:24)) "it makes you scared to go outside." police spend the day searching for the person responsible of shooting and killing a man. and - a local mayor seeks re-election - we'll tell the announcment. tonight's big story - a storm moving up the coast is bringing big waves, strong winds and a chance for beach erosion along parts of the outer banks. here are live looks at outerbanks, and from towercam 10. here in hampton roads - we saw a little rain - even sleet in some areas. this is video of strong chesapeake bay in norfolk. helped create some big
this storm system is already responsible for watches and warnings from south carolina all the way up to maine. dare county officials say there is flooding and challenging road conditions along nc-12 near hatteras. meteorologist ashley baylor is keeping a close eye on the storm - from the the super doppler 10 weather center. ashley - will this linger into the start of the workweek? tonight: rain showers with some sleet mixing in at times. dry by morning. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. monday: partly sunny. a few showers developing late in the evening. highs: mid-40s. winds: nw 5-10 mph. tuesday: chance of sprinkles/flurries early, otherwise, partly cloudy. highs: mid-40swis: w 10-15 mph. we have been tracking rain through the afternoon hours in hampton roads, while north carolina has been getting wet all day. at times we have seen some sleet mix in, but it's rain (and some sleet) along with that brisk n/ne wind blowing at 15 to 25 mph, gusting up to 35 mph at times. nc/obx rain/sleet will taper off around 3 am, so it'll be a dry start to your monday. expect partly sunny skies tomorrow with temperatures topping out in the mid-40s. another area of low another round of
like ashley mentioned - the outerbanks took a beating with the wind and rain today. 10 on your side's matt gregory has been up and down the coast all this evening. he has more from the outer banks. (matt) 1:00:01 "im in kitty hawk where the wind is constantly the rain almost falling horizontally in front of me in fact some of it is sand as the dunes continue to push from north to south." the coastal storm bore department of transportation issued warnings to stay offf roads. in kitty hawk you tide eroded route 12's coming out of the north and northeast you can see what its doing to the dunes, mayor gary perry says he not kitty hawk c00032 1:08:02 "at the peak tide tomorrow and tonight you
and hopeful road. 1:08:15 by 8 o'clock dare county emergency management asked drivers to stay off nc 12 in hatteras so and in kitty hawk, road crews are standing by - again waiting out a storm to deal with the destruction. mayor perry says the area is still need of a long term solution to beach erosion. gary perry / mayor of kitty hawk c00032 1:10:31 "the truth is this has been a mild year we've not had any real storms and yet we are still getting damage so its because we don't have any beach." 1:10:39 in the outerbanks matt gregory ten on your side. don't forget we're on your side as this storm
area. here's a live look from banks. you can see some wet roads. drifting sand and flooding forced nc- d-o-t crews to have alternating lane closures just south of the bonner bridge along nc-12. for any impacts on your morning commute - don't forget to tune into wavy news 10 today - starting at 4:30. we'll until 9 a-m on fox 43. also - we'll have the latest weather conditions through our wavy weather app. it's free for all apple and android users. tonight norfolk police are searching for a shooter after they found a man shot to death around 10 this morning. it happened in the huntersville section of the city, off tidewater drive. we're still working to find out the name of the man killed. but we know he was on the phone with his brother just before being shot dead. crime scene tape and patrol cars on anderson street in norfolk's huntersville section around 10 sunday morning. police and forensics teams centering their investigation around a
on the sidewalk. william harris/working nearby ((c7 29:00)) "there's a body laying over there under a white sheet." ((c13 39:24)) "it makes you scared to go outside." police say someone shot the 21-year-old him. neighbors checking out the activity as police laid down evidence markers. tiara tyson says she and her five kids were inside their home three action unfolded. ((c12 35:30)) "i want to know if they are alright. i want to know what they heard. i don't like my babies to because it gets dark, and the train, so to hear gunshots makes them afraid." detectives came knocking on tyson's door shortly after the before the sound of several gunshots. shaniqua tyson/neighbor ((c12 38:03)) "they were cussing at each other saying that you need to get out my house and stuff like that." shy'heaven reddick ((c12 37:14)) 37:26 "i heard gunshots." "i was thinking i was scared." 37:26 "i heard gunshots." a family friend tells 10 on your by the time a small group of people made it the scene --- the many missing pieces. annie horton/neighbor ((c13 39:03)) "it's not safe out here. these feeds>production> joe fisher 2-7-16 @
i did see two people being taken from the scene for questioning. police, though, have not released any suspects in this case. of course, anyone with information, is being asked to call police. in the newsroom tonight, i'm joe fisher, 10 on your side. new tonight -- a person was taken to the hospital after a fire in hampton this morning. we're told that person was treated for smoke inhalation. just after 10:30 - a 9-1-1 call came in saying a house on banister drive caught on fire. firefighters had control of the flames by 11. the house will most likely be condemned because of the fire and smoke damage. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. we're just getting started here on wavy news 10 - still ahead.
looking to keep his seat in the city - we'll tell you how he announced his re- election. also - a tough week - those words coming from one virginia tech leader - after two students from the university are accused of killing a 13-year-old girl. and - shocking discovery - that's what people are saying after a runner dies during a race in
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10 on your side went back to tidewater drive - the road is dry - but one northbound lane is still closed. crews are continuing to fix a portion of the road that was damaged by the water main break. we're still working to find out when both lanes will be re-opened. the director of track and field at virginia tech says it's been a "tough week" for his team after a freshman distance runner was accused of killing 13-year-old nicole lovell. dave cianelli made his first public appearance friday about the case since 18-year-old david eisenhauer was charged with murder. another student, 19-year-old natalie keepers is charged with accessory before and after the fact. cianelli says the team is trying to keep everything basically as routine as they can. new information about a bad accident we brought to you as breaking news last night on wavy news 10 at 11. hampton police say the person hurt in the accident is still in critical condition. last night, just before 9:45 - police say a mazda bouldevard, ran a red light and and hit a chrysler s-u-v.
15-year-old female were also taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. the accident is still being investigated by police. a word of warning from the norfolk sheriff's office tonight - about a phone scam. a spokesperson says someone is calling norfolk residents claiming to be a sheriff's deupty, informing them they missed jury duty and must pay a court fee - or spend a day in jail. get residents to put one-thousand dollars on a prepaid card. if they refuse, the caller threatens to dispatch a unit to arrest the sheriff's office jury duty correspondence is always done through the mail. and the sheriff's office will never call asking for money. if you've recieved a call - report it to norfolk police not the sheriff's office - we've put the contact info on wavy dot com. multiple taxi services and a local attorneys office are teaming up to make sure people make it home safe if you're out celebrating the super bowl. bar patrons living in chesapeake, hampton and newport
of the safe ride home. for details on which taxis are participating go to wavy dot com. a big redevelopment is being planned for the riverdale shopping center in hampton. 60-million dollars are expected to be spent in renovations and redevelopments to the shopping center in the coliseum central area. the project is expected to start in the near-future. the center was built in the 1960s. the center will be renamed riverpointe during the redevelopment process. a suffolk family called 10 on your side because they have unanswered questions about the shooting death of their son. they're pointing those questions towards the suffolk police department. 10 on your side's andy fox is looking into what really happened to corey achstein super: ginnie kinsey/mother (21 16;46) ((he was my baby he was a eyewitnesses say 28 year old corey achstein snapped and that led to his death. 05=9:44:43 "and he started screaming a whole lot of profanity and then he started threatening that he was going to kill one of them" police called reports of a man
juveniles, we found one of them. what was going appears, or is something else not right with the death of corey achstein. (46 46:47) ((this is where my son's life ended right here)) runs:06 they say two sides to every story, maybe in this one there's three. i'm andy fox, 10 on your side. andy's 10 on your side investgation into the conflicting reports on this deadly shooting airs tomorrow night at six. coverage begins on wavy news 10 at four. an escaped work-release inmate from henrico county has been caught in florida. the inmate removed his gps monitoring device and left the commonwealth. 54-year-old james booth was caught early yesterday in palm coast, florida. he was hiding in a shed. officers learned of booth's location after a crash on
a running and donut eating competition went terribly wrong for a man in north carolina this weekend. officials say a 58-year-old man died after participating in the krispy kreme challenge at nc state univeristy in raleigh. the event requires most participants to run 5 miles while eating 12 donuts in one hour. race officials say the man stepped out within the first mile after having chest e nearby say its shocking to hear this happen. "it's kind of a shock to me i've done a lot of races and never heard of people are involved in with it...definitely sad to hear about." they've not released his identity. covering decision 2016 this evening. there's a lot at stake in new hampshire, and with the primary now just two days away, the candidates are investing a lot of time and effort to win over
less than 24 hours from state for more supporters. in a recent poll of likely republican marco rubio bumped up to second place. and donald trump came in first.. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "i picked up a lot of delegates in iowa and in new hampshire i think i'm going to do very well. i seem to be very positive for me. rubio says he plans to "same strategy in new hampshire. we want to get as many people to vote for me as possible. and we'll keep moving forward." the same cnn/ wmur poll for likely democratic primary voters ..shows senator bernie sanders leading with 58 candidate) "when we began this campaign here in new hampshire, we were 30 points down in the polls..." despite sanders' significant lead, clinton remains optimistic about tuesday's turnout. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) "i love the nh primaries. i love it because the interactions you have with voters in every setting is so rewarding butt sot "i don't know what's going to happen. i know i'm behind but i'm in very good spirits about that because i love the
highs: mid-40s. winds: w 10-15 mph. we have been tracking rain through the afternoon hours in hampton roads, while north carolina has been getting wet all day. at times we have seen some sleet mix in, but it's not causing any icy conditions. tonight, we will continue to track rain (and some sleet) along with that brisk n/ne wind blowing at 15 to 25 mph, gusting up to beach erosion. the rain/sleet will taper off around 3 am, so it'll be a dry start to your monday. expect partly sunny skies tomorrow with temperatures topping out in the mid-40s. another area of low pressure will drop in from the great lakes late monday evening. expect another round of sprinkles/rain showers after 7 pm. we could see be back under partly cloudy skies with highs in the mid-40s. the rest of the week will be dry, but chilly - temperatures will be stuck in the mid-30s to mid-40s from wednesday through
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overnight: rain showers with some sleet mixing in through 3 am. dry by morning. lows: mid-30s. winds: n 10-20 mph. monday: partly sunny. a chance of sprinkles/flurries early, otherwise, partly cloudy. highs: mid-40s. winds: w 10-15 mph. we have been tracking rain through the afternoon hours in hampton roads, while not causing any icy conditions. tonight, we will continue to track rain (and some sleet) along with that brisk n/ne wind blowing at 15 to 25 mph, gusting up to beach erosion. the rain/sleet will taper off around 3 am, so it'll be a dry start to your monday. expect partly
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we have new information about a deadly earthquake that shook taiwan. rescue teams worked through the night and into today hoping to find more survivors. people searched through the rubble of a collapsed 17-story high rise. more than 100 people are still believed to be trapped inside. rescuers pulled three dead bodies out of the ruins overnight. at least 26 people were killed in the quake. hundreds more are hurt. we continue to follow developing news from the korean peninsula. north korea says it successfully launched a satellite into orbit.
jong un signs the order for the rocket launch. critics say the test is a cover for a long- rang missile test. the u-s, japan and south korea are condemning the rocket launch. china says it regrets that north korea went ahead with the launch and is urging "all sides to exercise calm." russia and the u-k have also condemned the launch. a 29-year-old man died after he and seven others were shot on a rochester, new york street. it happened early sunday morning around 3 in the area of the mexican village night club. investigators details about the motive. an ohio police officer is in stable condition after he was shot twice - just north of columbus. officer skyler newfer went to a domestic disturbance - when he got to the house - a 47-year-old man on the front porch started shooting at police. he then led police on a chase. newfer was hit twice in the back and is recovering at a local hospital. the suspect is dead - investigators aren't sure if he killed himself or was shot
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in alabama... several hundred people continue to rebuild and salvage what they can from last tuesday's tornado. ep story. though the storm has passed... (david hendon, alabama disaster relief) "the reality has set in sapps community get to work as they pick through what's left of their lives. (nats) (houston lockett, volunteer) "when ladies come together, things happen, so we decided as ladies to clean the houses as the men cut the (gov. robert bentley, alabama) "neighbors looking after neighbors, that's the great thing about alabama." after touring the devastation, he took a
seeing all the damage around it is really the thing that helped save lives." (nats) the governor says after seeing so much devastation in the state over the years - it doesn't get any easier. (gov. because we've probably had more in alabama than anybody else, in fact i'm sure we have." up next----some coaching changes for the old dominion football team--- and a college basketball recap---- william & mary continues to climbconference madison goes to overtime against hofstra--- and is trey freeman the best player in the country right now--- all