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commonwealth. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are already in place. several inches of snow is expected in central and western virginia. we could see some minor accumulations here in hampton roads and across the peninsula. snow's already moving toward us at this hour... here's a live look from towercam 10 over downtown norfolk it doesn't look like there is much, if any snow falling right now. meteorologist ashley baylor is in the super doppler 10 weather center to let us know when the snow will move into the area, and how much we'll see. overnight: cloudy with light snow developing. temps: low-20s, rising to mid-20s by morning. winds: light east. monday: cloudy with light snow through mid-morning, then changing to rain by 10-11 am. minor accumulations possible north and west of the metro. highs: mid-40s. winds: e 5-10 mph. tuesday: rain through midday, then drying up through the afternoon. effect for gates co, hertford co, and northampton co, nc...gloucester co, isle of wight co, james city co, mathews co, southampton co, sussex co, surry co, and york co...franklin, hampton, newport news, poquoson, suffolk, and williamsburg from 12 am low this morning - the
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shattering the old record of 23. our next storm system will approach from the we'll be tracking light snow into tomorrow morning, so if you do have to work, your morning commute will be a slow one. light, steady snow will fall north and the southside, northeast north carolina, and along the eastern shore..up to 1" across the peninsula, middle peninsula, and northern neck. before we change- over to rain, we could day. as temperatures warm into the low-40s by midday, we'll see the transition from snow to night into tuesday morning. another round of rain will move in tuesday morning and continue through midday. there could be some bouts of heavy rain at times..i wouldn't rule out an with highs, believe it or not, close to 60. wednesdadais looking like a really nice day - week with highs in the
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we already have some school closings and delays coming into wavy dot com and scrolling at the bottom of your screen. as schools are preparing for snow - vdot says they're ready for what could be a slick morning commute. crews have already started pre-treating roads west of our area. but - while that will keeps ice from forming - it does not mean roads wont be slippery. vdot says drivers in areas that do see snow - should avoid driving if at all possible. here in hampton roads - vdot crews are not pretreating roads because they say what they put down on friday - is still there. if roads get slick, local vdot crews will respond accordingly. as the snow pushes across the commonwealth - don't forget to stay connected through our wavy weather app. it's free for all apple and android users. even though tomorrow is a holiday - some people
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tune into wavy news 10 today - from 4:30 to 7 for all your news, weather, and traffic. plus, there's two more hours of coverage on fox-43. tonight - we're assessing the damage after a massive 3-alarm fire last night in ocean view. chopper ten was high above the scene this morning - you can see a big hole now in what was a dense willoughby spit neighborhood. this morning - smoke still billowed from the debris. four buildings are completely destroyed. four others structures are damaged. a lot of property even cars are completely frozen as water from fire hoses hit the cold air. the red cross says the fire displaced about 30 families. some lost entire condos or homes, others, live in buildings that sustained damage. 10 on your side's matt gregory spoke to a man - as firefighters began evacuating people living in the affected apartments by the dozen. deanna, 24 hours later and a block of ocean view avenue remains closed. the clean up begins, but so do the
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did this massive fire ignite. one mman first hand and tried to help. frozen wreckage reveals the aftermath of the now the charred remains burn a smoke like the one nathaniel raider saw saturday night. nathaniel raider / helped evacuate condos c0001 00:47 "there was a lot of smoke coming from a third story condo. so ii ran across ocean view avenue and i went to the first condo." 00:58 nathaniel raider says he snapped this picture of the initial fire. nathaniel raider / helped evacuate condos c0001 1:38 "there was flames coming from the 3rd story balcony and a lot of the roof tiles and stuff was already falling because of the wind blowing and the captured the fire as it roared from one condo to next. nathaniel raider / helped evacuate condos c0001 2:03 "i started going to condos next door to the next four hours a high wind fanned the flames. will mcadoo / called 9-1-1 c0034 53:17 "there's an apartment complex, right behind this apartment complex and a whole block
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more than 60 firefighters battled freezing temperatures while the flames continued to threaten more homes. carolanne ventura /evacuated home c0048 58:16 "i think we're gonna be ok though. i think they're gonna get it taken care of before it reahes any further. i have faith in them." 58:24 a faith rewarded for some, 16 families lost their homes. only one person was transported to the hospital - and no one died. the work of norfolk's fire crew and partly the help from the community nathaniel raider / helped evacuate condos c0001 3:47 "my whole first thought was make sure people were out of there. i mean it was a 3rd story so i didnt know if it was an actual aprtment comlex at this point and time i was just thinking help somebody." 3:58 a whole community that worked together and now will rebuild together. the caue of the fire that has not been determined. it could be weeks or even months before
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in norfolk matt gregory 10 on your side as we mentioned, the red cross is helping about 30 families. they provided shelter for the victims last night at the scene. today, volunteers set up a resource center at warm place to get out of the cold. any other people impacted by the fire can give them a call for help. many of you sent in photos and videos of the fire - we've put them together in a slideshow. you can find it on wavy dot com. we have new video of a house fire in newport news. it's a story we first told you about last night on wavy news 10 at 11. a family got out of the burning house safely. firefighters went to this house on jonathan court in newport news just after eight last night. as you can see -- the home is badly damaged. the fire is still under investigation. people made it safely out of a fire on parkview avenue in norfolk early this morning. we've learned the power was knocked out for hours after the fire started. nobody was hurt in that fire.
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went to another fire this afternoon. we've learned smoke and flames were coming out of the home on norview avenue. the fire was under control about 30 minutes after. two people were shot overnight in norfolk. we've learned the shooting happened near brambleton and tidewater just before 2. one person was shot in the hand, the other person in the leg. both had to go to the hospital. we're working to find out more information about a suspect. newport news police are investigating a meth lab bust on middle sex road. the call first came into 9-1-1 as a shooting...then dispatchers were told a shooting didn't happen, and police weren't needed. but, when officers got to the house, the started an investigation and found meth was being made inside the house. three adults lived at the home. they were all evacuated. so far there haven't been any arrests - but police continue to look into what happened. tonight a texas judge says there's no sign of foul play in the death of u.s. supreme court justice antonin scalia. the 79-year-old was on a hunting trip when he was found dead in his room at a west texas ranch saturday morning.
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correspondent casey stegall reports - a political fight is brewing over scalia's vacant seat on the nation's highest court. flags at half staff sunday...in honor of supreme court justice antonin scalia... from the supreme court chambers... to the texas ranch where he died saturday...on a hunting trip. late sunday scalia's body left texas for virginia. clement says: "i'm quite confident that law students will be reading justice scalia opinions a century from now." at the nation's highest court...colleagues are offering praise for scalia...who they affectionately called "nino." liberal justice ruth bader ginsburg...saying she and her conservative colleague were - quote - 'best buddies" for more than thirty years. meantime, justice scalia's passing leaves a supreme court now split between president obama says he plans to nominate a justice to fill the vacancy. and democrats say they support that. however, republicans say presidential campaign and somebody is going to win that and the person who wins that is going to have the right to replace justice scalia whether a democrat or republican." clinton says: "it is outrageous that republicans in the senate and on the campaign trail have already pledged to conservatives without a
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impact some major cases before the high court. the white house says president obama won't introduce a nominee this week. but, rather when the senate returns from recess. (on cam tag) officials here in texas say it appears justice scalia died of - quote - natural causes. in el paso, texas, casey stegall, fox news. we're just getting started here on wavy news 10 - still ahead. helping the homeless - we'll tell you how churches across hampton roads help those in need during
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plus - traffic tie-up - what officers say may have caused a 60 car pileup outside of indianapolis. and - snug as a bug - we'll show you some cute babies all wrapped up for the
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now to a 10 on your side investigation... with there, we have plenty of opportunity to tell the world about ourselves. but some websites can reveal information that we don't want others to know. investigative reporter chris horne has this preview of his special report - of particular interest to everyone who owns a car. c 17 13:37 mary callahan driver -- i don't like this at all. there's too much information, they can just look you right up c 61 are upset. they didn't know - until we showed them - what their cars can tell about them. c 9 7:58 cecelia holloway driver -- yes, it makes me feel insecure with the help of a website, someone can look at your car, and just by looking through the window, they
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that website to kick back your name, address, even your phone number or your email address. c 9 7:22 horne -- cecelia, we just came up with your name and your address by looking through your windshield, what do you think of that? i don't know, i don't like that. cause people can do that? we just did. keep in mind, the website is free and anyone can where someone lives from their address what type of economic stature that they have, it could go information, and what you can do to protect yourself. chris horne 10 on your side you can catch chris's investigative report privacy breakdown monday at 6, with coverage beginning at 4 pm. the north carolina supreme court will hear arguments on a controversial 20-13 law accused of stripping protections from public school teachers. the law is being attacked by groups representing police officers and state government retirees. the
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protections of veteran teachers. the challenged law ends protections for veteran teachers against what people call subjective decisions of administrators. teachers can be fired for poor performance, immorality and insubordination. as we continue to see below freezing temperatures, people without a place to stay are looking to local churches and shelters. church of saint therese in chesapeake hosted those needing a place to stay over the last week. a lot of churches across hampton roads participates to help give the homeless temporary shelter. father kevin o'brien says its a way to help those in need. c0002 21.21 we help them have upwards of 65 people stay at the church when they host those needing a
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overnight: cloudy with light snow developing. temps: low-20s, rising to mid-20s by morning. winds: light east. monday: cloudy with light snow through mid-morning, then changing to rain by 10-11 am. minor accumulations through midday, then drying up through the afternoon. very mild. highs: near 60. winds: s 10-20 hertford co, and northampton co, nc...gloucester co, isle of wight co, james city co, mathews co, southampton co, sussex co, surry co, and york co...franklin, hampton, newport news, poquoson, suffolk, and williamsburg from 12 am until 1 pm monday. this is 17, shattering the old record of 23. our next storm system will approach from the west, so expect cloudy skies by midnight with light snow developing around the same time. we'll be tracking light snow into tomorrow morning, so if you do have to work, your morning commute will be a slow one. light, steady snow will fall north and west of the metro, which north carolina, and along the eastern shore..up to 1" across
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neck. before we change- over to rain, we could see brief mix of sleet warm into the low-40s by midday, we'll see the transition from snow to rain. expect light rain through monday evening. we may catch a few breaks in the action monday continue through midday. there could be some bouts of heavy rain at times..i wouldn't rule out an isolated storm in north carolina or the outer banks. things will dry out tuesday afternoon with highs, believe it or not, close to 60. wednesday is looking like a really nice day - week with highs in the low-60s! up next - officers shot - we'll take you to where
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police are searching for two people in connection with the shooting of a mississippi police officer. corporal derrick couch was shot in the head while investigating a
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the two suspects walking into the convenience store. according to officials... the suspects appear to have separated after the robbery and shooting. corporal couch was taken to regional medical center... where he remains in critical condition. five people are dead after an accident saturday when their car plunged off the road into a canal in sweden. police say all five victims were british citizens, men between the ages of 20 and 35. authorities say the road was slippery and it was dark when the car drove capital. a 60-car crash on interstate-65 in indiana hurt at least a dozen people this afternoon. icy conditions and low visibility may have caused the pile-up. at least one person had to be cut out of his car. some drivers and passengers were taken to area restaurants and an area fairground to warm up before getting back on the road. the interstate's northbound lanes reopened at about six p-m
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still to come - fire investigation - we continue our team coverage on a massive fire that left at least 30 families without a place to stay this weekend. also - wrapped for the holiday - we'll show you some cute babies all decked out for the valentine's day holiday. yeah i ride. one thing i've come to realize: there's no easier way to save on motorcycle insurance
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overnight: cloudy with light snow developing. temps: low-20s, rising to then changing to rain by accumulations possible north and west of the metro. highs: mid-40s. winds: e 5-10 very mild. highs: near hertford co, and northampton co, nc...gloucester co, isle of wight co, james city newport news, poquoson, suffolk, and williamsburg from 12 am until 1 pm is 17, shattering the old record of 23. our next storm system will approach from the we'll be tracking light snow into tomorrow morning, so if you do have to work, your morning commute will be a slow one. light, steady expect a dusting across the southside, northeast peninsula, and northern neck. before we change- over to rain, we could see brief mix of sleet and freezing rain.
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the ground won't survive the day. as temperatures warm into the low-40s by midday, we'll see the transition from snow to rain. expect light rain through monday evening. of rain will move in wouldn't rule out an with highs, believe it or partly cloudy with highs in the mid-50s. next saturday will be the pick of the
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as the snow pushes across the commonwealth - don't forget to stay connected through our wavy weather app. it's free for all apple and android users. even though tomorrow is a holiday - some people still have to go to work. tune into wavy news 10 today - from 4:30 to 7
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weather, and traffic. plus, there's two more hours of coverage on fox-43. tonight - we're assessing the damage after a massive 3-alarm fire last night in ocean view. chopper ten was high above the scene this morning - you can see a big hole now in what was a dense willoughby spit neighborhood. this morning - smoke still billowed from the debris. four buildings are destroyed. four others structures are damaged. a lot of property even cars are completely frozen as water from fire hoses hit the cold air. the red cross says the families. some lost entire condos or homes, others, live in buildings that sustained damage. they all managed to get out safely. one person was treated for smoke inhalation. last night city officials used h-r-t buses to keep them warm as shelters were set up stay on the coldest night of the year. 10 on your side's joe fisher talked to people our team coverage. nats destruction and
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uncovering the dark reality of saturday night's three-alarm fire, just off the beach in ocean view. nats ((c91 52:34)) "i've never seen anything like this. to me, it's like ground zero. it's absolutely horrible." an iced-over nightmare. heavy machinery brought in sunday to level out the debris. smoke still rising from the rubble 24 hours after the fire ignited. mike herron/norfolk ((c98 :53)) "the house over here was engulfed and the one behind it was burning and the condos caught on fire." mike herron wacthed as eight buildings burned -- at least four to the ground. embers, he says, flew freely causing even more concern. mike herron/norfolk ((c98 1:47)) "they were flying all over the place. they were flying over the apartment house here into the 7-eleven parking lot." karen lyon's home across the street left with just minor damage, but she owns another home in the center of it all -- now unrecognizable. karen lyon/norfolk ((c91 46:13)) "this our house that we rent out. their were renters that were living there that lost their two dogs. the renters themselves are fine. i've spoken with them. i don't know where they're staying but
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cross stepping in help dozens displaced. this center set up sunday afternoon -- a warm place to stay while volunteers identify and help any additional victims. kristen hatfield/american red cross ((c141 43:51)) "we've got some food, some snacks and comfort snack. we're processing people to help them for their immediate needs." nats lyons allowed back in her home for a short time to grab a few belongings -- as firefighters continued to run their hoses and sift through the damage. julian williamson/norfolk fire- rescue ((c52 23:52)) "still some hot spots, we have our firefighters it here. we still have our lines deployed." thankfully, though, no lives were lost and no firefighters injured. positive pieces of information a tough time for this tight-knit community. karen lyon/norfolk ((c91 50:24)) "it's horrible and i grive." many of you sent in photos and videos of the fire - we've put them together in a slideshow. you can find it on wavy dot com. up next - wrapped up for valentine's day - we'll show you babies decked out in pink and
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norwood and joyce fell in love during world war ii -- a misunderstanding pulled them apart. ivan watson has this lost love story...70 years later. norwood thomas never stopped thinking about joyce morris. the pair first met in 1944. she, a 17-year-old british girl he, a 21-year-old paratrooper for the u.s. forces. young love blossomed. (joyce) "i romance was interrupted - when thomas was deployed to normandy to fight in world war ii. after the war, he returned to the u.s and invited morris to join him. but she misunderstood his letter and thought he was already married - so she refused his invitation separate ways. they thomas eventually became a widower morris got divorced. last year, one of her
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- and they reconnected on skype after more than 70 years. (joyce) "i have your picture framed on my bureau and i say good morning to you every morning. and say i've missed you to that photo (laughs)" (norwood thomas) "and i will say good morning back to you." (norwood thomas) "you broke my heart" (joyce) "i'm not sure that's true." (norwood thomas) "what would you do if i could give you a squeeze?" (joyce) "that would be lovely." a crowd funding campaign raised enough money to make that actually happen. this week thomas made the journey from virginia to adelaide. (joyce) "well you're still vertical hello!" a couple that first met just before d-day.
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later just in time for v- or valentine's day. (norwood thomas) "it's about the most wonderful thing that could have happened to me." ivan watson, cnn. check out these valentine's day babies! newborns at pennsylvania's washington hospital were decked out in red hats and tucked in envelopes created just for them. volunteers from the american heart association knit the hats for all babies born in february--at participating hospitals. the program is called "little hats, big hearts." it raises awareness for heart disease, in addition to celebrating valentine's day. up next---what both head coaches are saying about one wild finish at cameron indoor stadium yesterday---- what went wrong for old dominion in their home loss to rice---- history at hampton university on a
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saturday--- and 7 days away from the daytona 500---the new kid makes a
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the fox 43 sportswrap. i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (husband) we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here? (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100 meg upload and download speeds. plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract.
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the shortest offseason in sports is just about over---and we're now 7 days away from the start of the daytona 500---- and if nascar was looking for a way to kickstart the season----they certainly got it today at pole qualifying---- thanks to the 24 car-----no that's not jeff gordon----the 3-time 500 winner is now enjoying life in booth as an analyst----his replacement---20 year old chase elliot will start up front next weekend... considered by many to be the next super star of the sport----elliot is the youngest ever to win the race---- i don't think it's about me. nothing special i did to earn it, it's all thing i look at, and just they deserve. veteran---he'll start up front with matt kenseth--- the rest of during thursday--- technically the offseason ended last night---no points at stake for the sprint cup unlimited-----lap 23 of
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brian vickers----in the 14 racing for an injured tony stewart---big wreck---finished second to last---jimmie johnson--22 of 25----he had trouble a little later on----last lap---green white checkered finish---another wreck in the back---cleared the way for virginia native denny hamln--- some football news from old dominion---needing to replace two assistant coaches, head coach bobby wilder has filled one of those vacancies----charles bankins will take over for mike zikowski and coach special teams and running backs.. bankins has pretty good experience---he coached the special teams at vanderbilt over the last five years---and has also coached at maryland, coached on the richmond team that won the national title in 2008---before that, spent time at james madison and at hampton--- if you're a university of virginia fan----at this point, you're feeling the cavaliers

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