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call us now. the results are in! find out which presidential candidates won last night's new hampshire primary. sot: donald trump ( r- presidential candidate ) :07-:21 we're not going to forget you - you started it! remember, people of new hampshire have sent a profound message to the political establishment who still has momentum heading into south carolina? plus children trapped inside this house fire. brian fox: i got there as i was kicking in the doors and i thought i'm gonna lose two of my four children today we'll show you how they are doing and tell you what investigators say caused all this damage. plus a local shipyard could face a big penalty. 10 on your side's rico bush explains how a ruling today could affect hundreds of shipyard workers.
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officials are still counting the ballots from last night's new hampshire primary. bernie sanders beat hillary clinton by double digits for the democrats. for the republicans, donald trump came out on top with 35 percent of the vote. governor john kasich was a distant second with 16 percent of the vote. it's too close to call if senator ted cruz, former governor jeb bush, or senator marco rubio will win candidates say they're looking ahead to the next primary in south carolina. we have a lot of news to cover before you head out the door on this ash wednesday. but first we check in with your weather and traffic. jen lewis has an update on a vehicle fire. and meteorologist jeremy wheeler is tracking colder temperatures in the super doppler 10 weather center. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few flurries or light snow showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be in the mid 20s. winds west 10-15mph.
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cold and breezy. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with showers and flurries early this morning, we'll see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. highs will be in the low 40s. we could see skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly sunny and breezy. wind into the region. a weak area of low pressure may form near the coast. this could bring us a few flurries or a possible brief wintry mix to the build into the region. as it builds, the winds will be strong. so highs will chills will be in the single digits in the mornings. we may see some more rain/snow mix by next monday night into tuesday. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. later this morning, a norfolk federal judge is
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settlement against a norfolk shipyard. the case is against b-a-e norfolk systems ship repair. nearly 200 women sued for sex discrimination. it could carry big price tag for the shipyard, which has contracts with navy. rico bush is live outside the federal courthouse in norfolk with more on the class-action lawsuit.
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don, lex, if the judge approves the settlement, it means b-a-e will avoid a trial that could have brought attention to widespread allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination that dated back for years. in 20-13, nearly 2-hundred women filed a class-action lawsuit against the shipyard, allegeding they suffered pay and promotion discrimination and experienced sexual harrasment while working for b-a-e systems. the company denied any wrong-doing at the time, but it appeared to reach a deal with the female workers. last year, the women asked the shipyard to pay three million dollars to settle the lawsuit. also under the proposed agreement, b-a-e is required to make changes to its promotional decisions and sexual harassment complaints. 10 on your side is expected to be in court today for that hearing. look for a full report from erin kelly on the class-action lawsuit on
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4 pm. live in norfolk, rico bush, 10 on your side. right now parts of n-c 12 on the outer banks are still closed. n-c-d-o-t says water and sand from this past weekend's storm are covering the road. crews blocked off parts of the highway in ocracoke and kitty hawk as they cleared the debris. route 12 could reopen as early as today. millions of federal dollars will go towards environmental projects on the outer banks. the army corps of engineers says it will award extra money for dredging in the oregon and hatteras inlets. congressman walter jones says he sent the corps a letter requesting additional funds. we've told you about boats running aground, especially at the oregon inlet. all together -- the projects will get four million dollars more than expected in the original 20-16 budget. a possible change in a local school district's grading system. you'll hear from parents against the move. a deadly fire on the eastern shore. find out
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plus a big retailer says it's closing one of its stores in our area.
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("jeremy ad libs wx flurries or light snow
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then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be in the mid 20s. winds west 10-15mph. thursday: mostly sunny. cold and breezy. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with flurries early this morning, we'll see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. highs will be in the low 40s. we could see skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly sunny and breezy. wind into the region. a weak area of low pressure may form near the coast. this could bring us a few flurries or a possible brief wintry mix to the build into the region. as it builds, the winds will be strong. so highs will be in the 20s and 30s single digits in the mornings. we may see some more rain/snow mix by next monday night
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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a potential change in a local school district's calendar. we'll show you how it could impact your child. new video of a local house fire. we'll show you the damage as crews fought their way inside. plus children narrowly escape this house fire. find out the toy
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the flames. some parents in virginia beach feel their voices haven't been heard when it comes to changing the public school grading system. families, school board members and others, interested in the issue, attended a forum sponsored by concerned parents last
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the meeting comes as the public school division looks to change grading policies for secondary schools - and develop a uniform standard. some parents want on-going practices to change, like teachers allowing students to turn work in late and retake tests. one mother believes students are not being held accountable. she's calling on change. sot vicky manning - concerned parent c2 c2 01:02:00 "we really want parents to be heard and we want the administration to open the door for parents to speak out and to be heard about this." a committee of teachers, parents, students and school board members are working on recommendations. so far, they haven't made any formal submissions. any changes the school board makes, will go into effect during the next school year. virginia beach school board members are also thinking about changing the calendar. they passed a motion yesterday to remove some teaching days from the school year. the official vote to change the calendar is scheduled for next week. if the vote does go through -- students will spend one or two fewer days in class, and
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time for professional development. new this morning, there's a bill in the general assembly that would allow students in underperforming schools to switch to a different one within the same district. the house passed the bill tuesday. it now heads to the senate. the virginia education association president says she has some practical concerns. for example -- she wants to know what would happen if a student switched to a school that is already overcrowded. this morning newport news police are investigating a late night robbery at a cell phone store. officers tell us someone with a weapon walked into the a-t-&-t store on from patrick henry mall. police say several employees were inside when this happened. no one was hurt. we're working to learn if officers have a description of the suspect and if he got away with anything. new this morning we can show you video of a house fire in newport news. firefighters put out the darden drive. that's in the denbigh section of the city. you can see it was a very busy scene, and there was a lot of fire damage around the front
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crews said no one was inside the home when they arrived. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a tennessee family is safe after a fire destroyed their home. fire investigators in nashville believe a hoverboard's lithium batteries are to blame. two teenagers were trapped upstairs. their father remembers seeing his home on fire, with his children inside. brian fox: i got there as i was kicking in the doors and i thought i'm gonna lose two of my four children today. the fire started on the first floor, trapping the teens upstairs. they smashed through windows to get to safety. one teen jumped from the second story into her father's arms. brian fox i was yelling for haley and i was begging her please jump please jump baby please jump 1128 53 and she jumped out the butt to megan fox: the fact that a toy cause this kind of destruction to our lives it's just wrong the family made it out with a few broken bones.
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million-dollar home is destroyed. state police say a fire on the eastern shore - was no accident. they say someone killed a woman found dead inside. the fire happened on occo-hannock neck road in exmore, two weeks ago. neighbors told us: 70-year-old shirley onley had no enemies. she used to be a substitute teacher and was active in her church. her friends and neighbors now worry for their own safety. shirley johnson/neighbor c0053 20:59:13 you don't know what to think. and when you think somebody killed a person who didnt know anything about her. butted 21:01:11 was there a reason why they did this to her? if not, i should be frightened we asked state police what evidence made them believe the situation was suspicious. but they're not commenting on the flurries or light snow showers early.
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cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be in the mid 20s. winds west 10-15mph. thursday: mostly sunny. cold and breezy. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region. after some light snow showers and flurries early this morning, we'll see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. highs will be in the low 40s. we could see some more flurries or a light snow shower late tonight. otherwise partly cloudy skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly sunny and breezy. wind chills will be in the 20s. on friday a stronger surge of arctic air will move into the region. a weak area of low pressure may form near the coast. this could bring us a few flurries or a possible brief wintry mix to the region.
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30s. over the weekend strong high pressure will build into the region. as it builds, the winds will be strong. so highs will be in the 20s and 30s over the weekend with lows in the teens and 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits in the mornings. we may see some more rain/snow mix by next monday night into tuesday. stay tuned for updates. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: a few flurries or light snow showers early. then partly to mostly cloudy. highs will be in the low 40s. winds west 10-15mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. a few light snow showers possible north of the metro area. lows will be in the mid 20s. winds west 10-15mph. thursday: mostly sunny. cold and breezy. highs will be in the mid 30s. winds west 10-20mph with gusts up to 25mph. colder weather has moved into the region. after some light snow showers and flurries
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see partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. highs will be in the low 40s. we could see some more flurries or a light snow shower late tonight. otherwise partly cloudy skies. even colder air moves in tomorrow. highs will only be in the 30s. we'll be mostly sunny and breezy. wind chills will be in the 20s. on friday a stronger surge of arctic air will move into the region. a weak area of low pressure may form near the coast. this could bring us a few flurries or a possible strong high pressure will build into the region. as it builds, the winds will be strong. so highs will be in the 20s and 30s over the weekend with lows in the teens and 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits in the mornings. we may see some more rain/snow mix by next monday night into tuesday. stay tuned
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good morning, hampton
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soon officers in elizabeth city will be wearing body cameras. this morning the police department will hold a news conference to talk about them. officers will discuss plans to buy and use the cameras. they'll also talk about the policies that officers have to follow while using the new equipment. the news conference is scheduled to start this morning at 10 at the pasquotank county public safety building. another big name store says it's closing its doors in our area. sears announced it's closing a k-mart in virginia beach this spring. the retailer says slow holiday sales forced them to speed up the closings. our n-b-c affiliate in roanoke says: it spoke to a company representative. that person says a k-mart in virginia beach will be shutting down in april. according to the store locators on its website-- there are two remaining in virginia
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a legal battle between a local shipyard and some of its workers could come to an end today. ahead 10 on your side's rico bush shows us what's at stake. plus a big economic update. find out what local lawmakers decided about bringing a major company to the area. but first a local father blames "the boss" for his daughter being late to school. wait until you see the note he
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its the tardy note that's gone viral! a father in new york was very honest in a letter to his daughter's teachers. the pair had seen a bruce springsteen and the e street band concert that went late into the night. " unfortunately, i didn't share that plan with my wife, and this is why there's a very good chance i could be divorced when she gets out of school today," in the note, he said taking his 12-year-old daughter to the concert was more educational than anything else. " when you can see an american icon, someone that's a master at their craft perform on stage, it's no different from going to a museum," after the three and a half hour concert, the daughter said they got
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in the morning. that's way past her 8:30 bedtime. apparently her teachers did not think it was much of an excuse. they still marked the girl tardy. the new hampshire primary is in the bag with two clear winners. trump: " i love you all thank you very much, thank you." sanders: "thank you new hampshire" ahead - more reaction from the campaigns, who came in second, and what's next for the candidates. discrimination lawsuit. what a judge could decide about the case women brought against a local shipyard. city leaders make a big economic decision. find out how they voted on a deal to bring a major company to the area, along with thousands of jobs. and it's some of the most
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