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trying to find a man they say shot a clerk after a robbery here wednesday moring. i'll explain what we've learned about another robbery here last night. "i'm jason marks at the cbbt. a trucker who drove off the road and into the water continues tonight. i'll have the latest on the investigation" tonight: mostly cloudy. mild. lows: mid-40s. winds: n 10-15 mph. brandi sot tease i'm brandi cummings in norflk with what's next after an announcement that three hampton roads macys stores are closing, impacting hundreds of employees. ((c415 46:12-46:6:)) "i'm joe fisher in hampton back of this business park. coming up, i'll tell you why catching the person or people responsible will be very tough." four robberies at norfolk 7-elevens in two days. police are looking for a man they say shot a store clerk during a robbery at a 7-eleven on chesapeake
see if you recognize 38-year-old kevin bristow. police think he's armed and dangerous. 10 on your side's erin kelly joins us live at that 7-eleven -- where police were called twice yesterday. erin? that's because they say there was a second robbery here last night. they're not sure if it's connected to the one involving the shooting. this is surveillance video from wednesday morning. moments leading up to the shooting. we're told the clerk is out of the hospital and the suspect got away with $50 dollars. then -- police say last night -- just before 9 pm -- an armed robber at a 7-11 on redgate avenue and orapax in west ghest demanded cash and ran off. 25 minutes later -- police say the same thing happend at a 7-11 on colonial ave and princess anne road in ghent. the finally -- back here at chesapeake boulevard -- police say an armed suspect went in the store and quickly ran out before getting money. police have not said if all 3 crimes last night
at 5 - i'll explain what may have prevented the suspect from getting money here last night. live in norfolk, erin kelly, 10 on your side. early this afternoon an attempted robbery in virginia beach led to a school lockdown. police found a hurt employee at the citgo on diamond springs road. we're told a man came into the store just before 12-30 with a knife. he didn't get away with any money - but he did cut an employee on the arm - and was last seen running toward driftwood apartments. meanwhile bayside elementary school was on an external lockdown during the investigation. that means no one was let into the school. the employee is expected to be ok. this store was also robbed on the first. hampton police are investigating two business robberies that happened 15 mintues apart. the first one took place at a family dollar on lasalle avenue just after 10 last night. new since midday: surveillance photos of the suspect police say went inside with a gun and demanded money. it was the same scenario 15 minutes later at kim's chinese food also on
detectives believe one suspect is responsible for both robberies. if you have any information call the crime line. new information in a hotel shooting in chesapeake. police say there was a confrontion between the suspect and the victim inside a fourth floor room before the gunfire. the shooting happened around four this morning at the extended stay america hotel in greenbrier. this story was breaking all morning. the victim is recovering. police say they have identified a person of interest. portsmouth public schools say multiple fights broke out at i-c norcom high school today - after the fire alarm went off. our crew on the scene found multiple police cruisers at the school. we're told the fire alarms went off just before noon - but there was no fire. as students were returning to their classes - several fights broke out in the hallways. the school tells us some people were hurt - but expect them all to be fine. classes went back to normal. police are looking into the incident. a norfolk state university basketball player is in the hospital with what school officials call "a serious medical condition."
spartans. 10 on your side's liz kilmer just talked to brown's sister. she's working on putting a story together for you at 5:30. an escaped inmate is back in custody. elizabeth city police say they found heather burton hiding under a bed in a home this afternoon. washington county sheriff's deputies are headed to pasquotank county to pick her up. burton escaped while at a hopsital to get an injury checked out. new information in this crash at the chesapeake bay bridge-tunnel. only chopper 10 gave you this view live yesterday at 4 of the truck in the water and crews taking 33-year-old matthew killmon to the hospital. bridge-tunnel police say killmon tried to pass a slower-moving 18 wheeler before losing control and plunging into the bay. 10 on your side's jason marks talked to the crews who saved his live and joins us live from the virginia beach side of the bridge-tunnel . tonight rescue crews are still in disbelief that matthew killmon is alive. they say not many driver who end up in the water
let's take you back to this scene yesterday just after 3 here at the chesapeake bay bridge tunnel. police say killmon tried to pass a car and ended up taking out 200 feet of guardrail before his big rig splashed into the water. crews were able to throw him a life ring until boats could rescue him. he suffered a broken arm, cuts on his face and hypothermia. it was an outcome that doesn't happen very often. 01=3:44 "unfortunately we have been the ones who have responded to vehicles that have gone off the bridge and this is the first recovery that i know of that we actually had a live victim" cheaspeake bay bridge police say they do plan to charge killmon. we're told precon marine out of chesapeake was hired to recovery the truck and trailer. we're told that process
saturday. in the meantime work to repair the guardrail has begin. live in virginia beach jason marks 10 on your side. a driver is in the hospital after police say they drove the wrong way in the downtown tunnel. this is video sent to us by a viewer. virginia state police say they driver was going west bound in the east bound lanes. the wrong way driver hit several cars. no injuries were reported. the driver went to the hospital for a medical evaluation. new since midday --- norfolk police have identified the man who died from gunfire that left another man injured. 27-year-old christopher allen was found shot inside a home on waverly way monday night. he died at the hospital. while detectives investigated the scene --- a 26 year-old man arrived at depaul hospital with several gunshot wounds. he is expected to survive. detectives say both incidents are related . they are still investigating what happened before the men were shot. norfolk police also identified the man who died after he was found in the parking lot behind
highway. 55-year-old richard winters passed away at the hospital yesterday. the medical examiner will determine the exact cause of death. right now detectives are investigating this as an undetermined death. now at 4: the weather. there's a chance of rain in the forecast. meteorologist ashley baylor is in the super doppler 10 weather center. tonight: mostly cloudy. mild. lows: mid-40s. winds: n 10-15 mph. friday: more clouds than sun. isolated showers possible during the afternoon. highs: mid-50s. winds: ne 5-10 mph. saturday: morning sunshine, afternoon clouds. rain developing late. highs: upper-50s. winds: e 5-10 mph. the clouds definitely had the upper hand today, but temperatures still managed to warm into the low to mid-50s. this evening, expect mostly cloudy skies with temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s through 9 pm. overnight, the clouds will drag their heels, so it'll stay relatively mild with lows in the mid-40s. we'll be tracking more clouds than sunshine once again tomorrow. there will be a chance
afternoon hours, but it won't be a soaking wet afternoon by any stretch of the imagination. highs will be back in the mid-50s. expect a few peeks of sunshine on saturday with highs in the upper-50s. another round salvageable - expect a mix of sun and clouds by the afternoon with temperatures in the mid- 60s! the 60s won't stick around long - it's back to the 40s on monday. the 60s won't stick are rehabilitating hundreds of sea turtles stunned during the cold snap after the
aquariums at pine knoll shores and roanoke island say 300 have been found on hatteras island alone in recent days. a rapid drop in temperatures can cause water temperatures in shallow water to drop quickly, stunning turtles and causing a condition similar to hypothermia. cold-stunning means that the metabolism of the sea turtles slows to the point where they can't move. they rely on the surrounding water temperature to regulate their own body temperature. some wash ashore, while others may die or become easy prey for predators. national park service employees and trained volunteers are working to rescue as many sea turtles as possible. aquarium officials hope to return many of the turtles to the ocean soon. you didn't win the powerball. no one hit the jackpot. the jackpot is now a record breaking 700 million dollars. no one matched all the
191-thousand tickets sold in virginia won prizes, including two tickets that each won 50-thousand dollars. get your tickets out here are the numbers 2 -11-47-62-63, and the powerball 17. the next drawing is saturday night. we're learning more about the impact macy's stores closing will have on our area. three are shutting their doors for good. officials in one city tell 10 on your side's brandi cummings the closing is an opportunity. a common new year's resolution is to eat better. the federal government has some advice in it's new dietary guidelines. what you should eat more and less of --- coming up. but first --- i will tell you about a special event this weekend in virginia beach that could change the lives of hundreds of young african-americans. a live look right now through towercam 10. meteorologist ashley baylor is up next with
virginia beach school district is hosting a big summit this weekend specifically targeting african american males. saturday beginning at eight a-m salem high school will open to hundreds of students from across the division. the purpose of the african american male summit is to be more than just a one-day event, but a movement with long-lasting effects for the young men involved and the 6)15:01 i feel like we have more students taking certainly the commitment to graduation is key 15:08 " coming up next at five, how this all came about, hear from students who've participated in the past, what kind of impression is leaving on them and is it
the d'art center is moving to norfolk's arts district. the organization was in the selden arcade building. you may remember the building collapsed in april. the d'art center and its studios, classrooms and galleries are relocating to the duke grace building on duke street. it hopes to open by march. a 10 timesaver traffic alert. there's construction going on at a busy norfolk intersection. through march --- lanes will be reduced at the intersection of saint paul's boulevard and brambleton avenue. h-r-s-d is performing utility work. avoid the area if you can. a heads up if you live near the jefferson lab in newport news. the facility will conduct the monthly test of its tornado warning siren tomorrow morning at 10:30. the test will last up to three minutes. you could hear the siren as far as a mile and a half away. parts of california are trying to dry out. el nino storms drenched california yesterday. several roads closed in san diego after heavy rain led to massive flooding. some people
cars by water nearly up to the windows. lifeguards rescued some drivers. there were also dozens of crashes reported. further north --- winds knocked down trees and caused other damage. a woman is in good condition after this rescue in california. authorities say her boyfriend drove the truck into standing water and they were swept away. the truck rolled over and ended up wedged against a telephone pole. the man was able to get out. but the woman was trapped on the passenger side --- partially submerged in the water. firefighters had to work below the water line to get her out.
tonight: mostly cloudy. mild. lows: mid-40s. winds: n 10-15 mph. friday: more clouds than sun. isolated showers possible during the afternoon. highs: mid-50s. winds: ne 5-10 mph. saturday: morning sunshine, afternoon clouds. rain developing late. highs: upper-50s. winds: e 5-10 mph. the clouds definitely had the upper hand today, but temperatures still managed to warm into the low to mid-50s. this evening, expect mostly cloudy skies with temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s through 9 pm. overnight, the clouds will drag their heels, so it'll stay relatively mild with lows in the mid-40s. we'll be tracking more clouds than sunshine once again tomorrow. there will be a chance for a few isolated showers during the afternoon hours, but it won't be a soaking wet afternoon by any stretch of the imagination. highs will be back in the mid-50s. will develop saturday evening and continue through sunday morning. sunday will be salvageable - expect a mix of sun and clouds by the afternoon with temperatures in the mid- 60s! the 60s won't stick around long - it's back
tonight: mostly cloudy. mild. lows: mid-40s. afternoon. highs: mid-50s. winds: ne 5-10 mph. saturday: morning sunshine, afternoon clouds. rain developing late. highs: upper-50s. winds: e 5-10 mph. the clouds definitely had the upper hand today, but temperatures still managed to warm into the low to mid-50s. this evening, expect mostly cloudy skies with temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s through 9 pm. overnight, the clouds will drag tracking more clouds than sunshine once again tomorrow. there will be a chance for a few isolated showers during the imagination. highs will be back in the mid-50s. sunshine on saturday with highs in the upper-50s. another round of rain will develop mix of sun and clouds by the afternoon with temperatures in the mid- 60s! the 60s won't stick around long - it's back
the 40s on monday. the 40s on monday. here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news here is a look behind the scenes as a dedicated staff on your side continues to work in the newsroom. i'm tom schaad in the wavy live center summer is months away, but people at a hampton office park are missing their air conditioning right now. we mean that literally. joe fisher is on the case of some bold thieves. what's the safest way to fly? airline safety
see who came in number one, and if any us carriers made the list. and the controversy about guns takes center stage tonight in a town hall tonight, hosted by the president of the united states. you'll get a preview at 5:30. see these stories when nicole livas joins me beginning at 5. a dramatic fire escape. we have video of a family jumping four floors to safety to escape flames. is dieting your new year's resolution? it is for a lot of people. why it may not be the best time to try and lose weight. wow. the internet is crazy fast here. i know, right? it's so nice to have everyone over. hi hey. mmm.
eat less sugar. a lot less sugar. the federal government has new dietary guidelines. the guidelines tell americans to limit their intake of added sugar to no more than 10-percent of daily calories. that's about 12 teaspoons of sugar a day. to put that in perspective --- a can of coke contains nearly 10 teaspoons. the guidelines also suggest cutting back on salt to about 23-hundred miligrams or about a teaspoon. and the recommendations include limiting saturated fat but not necessarily cholesterol. also --- increasing the amount of fruit, vegetables and whole grains in your diet. health and human services secretary sylvia burwell suggests making small, daily changes. hhs secretary sylvia burwell "when you think perhaps how you think
fruits or vegetables. these small changes can get you to a place where there's healthier eating for you and your family." the guidelines also suggest people start incorporating forms of protein like nuts, seeds and seafood into their meals. alcohol should be limited to one drink a day for drinks a day for men a common new year's resolution is to lose weight. but january may not be the best time to start a diet. british researchers say animals and humans have an evolutionary urge to maintain body fat in the winter months --- when natural food sources are scarce. and because modern foods are full of sugar and flavor --- the temptation to eat is stronger than our new year's resolutions. the american cancer society says death rates from the disease continue to drop. the latest data shows a 23-percent decrease in the cancer death rate since peaking in the early 1990's. that means more than one-point-seven million fewer people have
experts say advances in cancer prevention, detection and treatment along with lower smoking rates are responsible. a frightening situation for one woman when she saw this fall from the sky. what is it? and where did it come from? but first --- three local malls and shopping centers are losing macy's stores. 10 on your side's brandi cummings has learned more about the impact and why one city sees the situation as an opportunity. meteorologist ashley baylor is working on your forecast live in the super doppler 10 weather
meteorologist ashley baylor tonight: mostly cloudy. mild. lows: mid-40s. winds: n 10-15 mph. friday: more clouds than sun. isolated showers possible during the afternoon. highs: mid-50s. winds: ne 5-10 mph. saturday: morning sunshine, afternoon clouds. rain developing late. highs: upper-50s. winds: e 5-10 mph. the clouds definitely had the upper hand today, but
temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s through 9 pm. overnight, the clouds will drag their heels, so it'll stay relatively mild with lows in the mid-40s. we'll be tracking more clouds than showers during the afternoon hours, but it won't be a soaking wet afternoon by any stretch of the imagination. highs will be back in the mid-50s. expect a few peeks of sunshine on saturday with highs in the upper-50s. another round of rain will develop mix of sun and clouds by the afternoon with temperatures in the mid- 60s! the 60s won't stick around long - it's back
today we are learning more about the impact some store closings will have on hampton roads. yesterday at four we told you several macy's stores in hampton roads will soon close. we now know nearly 3-hundred employees are impacted. 10 on your side's brandi cummings spent the day researching what this closure will mean for the local economy. stephanie- hearing of a store closing and people losing jobs is not good news. but one hampton roads city says the closing presents an opportunity. across the country macy's will close 40 stores in the early spring. three of them in hampton roads. in all 273 employees will be impacted. some of them may be given
stores. the macy's at peninsula town center in hampton opened in 1977 but is now on the chopping block. the macys in chesapeake square opened in 1999, but will also close. and finally the macys in norfolk's military circle mall opened in 1976 and will soon close. the company ceo cited disappointing sales and earnings last year as a reason for the closings. this come as no surprise to leaders we spoke to. norfolk officials say the closure presents an opportunity to redesign and redevelop the entire area along military highway. we believe that we have a mix of retail but we also have a real opportunity with the amount of acreage involved to increase our business base dramatically - its a great central location for that. also to bring in new residential communities and other uses from a residential perspective coming up tonight on wavy news 10 at 5:30...i'll
closures means for hampton and chesapeake. and you'll hear from macy's customers on what they think about the closures. im brandi cummings 10 on your side. kroger is hiring. the grocery store chain is holding a career fair next week for 700 available jobs. the positions are full and part time. kroger has nine stores in the hampton roads area interviews will take place next friday, january 15th from 3 to 7 p.m. at the kroger co. hampton roads training center on lynnhaven parkway in virginia beach. you can also apply online. we posted more information with this story on wavy dot com. the health care repeal bill passed by the republican-led house now awaits president obama's veto. it's no surprise that the president will reject another effort to dismantle his signature health care law. but this is the first time such legislation
and senate. the g-o-p-led senate approved the legislation last month. the measure would also bar any federal money for planned parenthood. the mother of a woman found dead in a texas jail cell after a traffic stop is outraged that the state trooper who pulled her over is only charged with perjury. the april traffic stop for an improper lane change quickly escalated to a shouting match and a physical confrontation with the trooper and sandra bland's arrest. authorities say bland hanged herself in her jail cell three days later. bland's mother says the perjury charge doesn't satisfy her family's call for justice. geneva reed-veal/sandra bland's mother "it doesn't' make a different to me because guess what and indictment has to be followed up by a (snaps fingers) then that might mean something, but right here, right now now that's not justice for me" a texas grand jury indicted trooper brian encinia on allegations that he lied when he claimed in
uncooperative" after he pulled her over and ordered her out of her car. the texas department of public safety now says it ll "begin termination proceedings" against encinia. around the world --- police in france are investigating an attack at a police station in paris as an act of terrorism. officers shot and killed the attacker wearing what turned out to be a fake explosives belt after he threatened them with a butcher knife. police say he cried out "god is great" in arabic. investigators say he had a piece of paper with an emblem of the islamic state group and a claim of responsibility written in arabic. police are not looking for any other suspects. the attack is a year to the day after the deadly attack on the french satirical newspaper charlie hebdo. at least 60 policemen are dead --- 200 others injured after a truck bombing in libya. the bomb detonated as recruits were gathering at a police center. no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. a fire escape caught on tape.
jumped from the fourth floor of this burning apartment building in quebec yesterday. you can see the flames pouring from a top floor window. the child dangled from his father's arms before the man dropped his son to the ground. firefighters caught the 10-year-old boy. then the father and mother jumped from the fourth floor, and landed in the snow. all three went to the hospital and should be okay. it took crews about 2 hours to bring the fire under control. investigators are still looking into how the fire started. new information just in police say the two people found dead in a hampton home died in a murder-suicide. 10 on your side was on the scene at a house on charolais run - where the bodies of man and woman were found after a welfare check. police say 65 year old richard garrity killed himself after killing 55 year old barbara caton. police say caton was assaulted and garrity died from a gunshot wound. we're told the two knew eachother.
the jackpot for powerball is at an all-time high. ahead at five -- meet the man who won big in a virginia lottery millionaire raffle. help for the hungry from an unlikely source--- roadkill. the only place that's doing this --- coming up. thousands of companies are all in vegas showing off what they hope will be the next big thing. from smart luggage to smart refrigerators --- we'll show you some of the newest
the new year means a house full of new devices. and that can slow your internet down. so you should get verizon fios - quick. only fios has the fastest internet and wi-fi availablewith speeds from 50 to 500 megs. and right now, for $79.99 a month online, you'll get 50 meg fios internet, tv and phone for your firstyear. plus with a 2 year agreement, fios gives you $400 back, and all the premium movie channels for a year. hurry, this offer ends soon. so go online or call now. get out of the past.
what's happening now in vegas will show up soon all around the world. the consumer electronics show is underway. it's an inside look at definition t-v you can roll up like a newspaper. it's not clear why you'd want to roll up or bend your t-v. these t-vs won't be sold this year. l-g is just showing off what's possible. a chinese firm is showing off a prototype of a drone that can carry people. it's called the ehang 184. that stands for one passenger, eight propellers and four arms. the company says the contraption can take a single passenger to a pre-programmed destination. engineers say once the destination is entered -- the passenger will only have to push buttons to take off and land. the company claims the drone can reach heights over eleven-thousand feet and
hour. it runs on batteries that last up to 23 minutes and automatically avoid obstacles. the company has not gotten f-a-a approval for the drone or gone into mass production. you'll soon be able to buy a camera for your refrigerator and cupboard. it'll tell you how much milk you have left, suggest recipes with what you have and even order essentials. a company called bluesmart wants to help you keep track of your bag. bluesmart bills itself as the first smart, connected carry-on suitcase with built-in g-p-s. travelers can track their bag at anytime with their smartphone and lock and unlock it. you can also get distance alerts --- meaning your bag will alert your phone if you leave it behind. there's also a sensor to tell you how much your bag weighs and a u-s-b port to charge your devices on the go. an attempted crime caught
stolen at the riverdale business park, off cunningham drive. 10 on your side's joe fisher was in hampton today -- and joe, i can imagine it's a huge expensive to replace these units. anita -- air conditioning professional tell me these units are upwards of one thousand bucks each to replace! at the riverdale business park --- thieves took seven of them! this business park is made up of mostly medical offices. the employees tell me they help people --- and thieves simply helped themselves --- ruining their cooling systems. hampton police say the seven units were taken sometime between last thursday and sunday night. two employees at a dental office affected tell me they noticed the damage monday morning when they returned to work. the units now almost unrecognizable. ((c403 37:25)) "i had actually mentioned to my office manager they can't continue to leave these
copper will be stolen, you hear about it in the news all the time, sure enough we took a closer look, the copper is gone. everything that's salvageable to sell is gone." ((c402 35:56)) "it's a shame that you go around stealing people air conditioning, because we still use ours." and the copper is why a/c pros say these units are stolen. meantime -- riverdale property managers did not want to comment on the thefts -- other than to say they will soon be replaced. now, coming up tonight at 6 --- more form the police investigation --- including another similiar incident that happened around the same time. live in the newsroom, 10 on your side. a similar crime in suffolk. that's where police are investigating the theft of h-vac units. police say someone stole several units from behind a business on champions way. it happened overnight wednesday. 17 salt miners are safe with their families after spending ten hours trapped underground in new york. the miners were starting
night when the elevator got stuck about 900 feet underground. a crane was brought in to help with the rescue. the trapped workers were given radios and other supplies, including water and blankets. the crane lowered a basket with a rescuer -- who put safety harneses on the miners before lifting them all to safety. shawn wilczynski, mine manager, cargill "i also think all the training that we've done, we do have two mine rescue teams that train locally and collaborate with the local agencies on a consistent basis and that collaboration and that cooperation paid off. again, this is something that you hope that you never have to use but when it comes to fruition that it ends the way that it has today." the first 4 miners rescued waited nearly two hours until the last two were brought up to safety. no one was hurt. the mine manager believes a beam came loose under the elevator and caused it to get stuck. police in texas are looking for five men who tried to commit a smash and grab burglary. security cameras roll as
stolen pick-up into a dallas convenience store early wednesday morning. once inside --- they try to steal the store safe --- but it proves to be too much to handle. after repeatedly trying to lift the safe --- the five take off. they left the safe and a mess behind. they later abandoned the stolen truck. authorities in massachusetts are investigating why a tractor trailer burst into flames on an interstate. flames ripped through the roof of the truck yesterday evening along route 495 southbound in milford. it took crews two hours to clear the scene. no one was hurt. the driver says he heard a noise from the engine and pulled over. the truck then caught fire. the military is investigating why an airplane part fell from the sky. a piece of tail cone landed in a mississippi yard last night. the military says the part came from a national guard transport plane that was on a training mission. (wyneta smith, witness): "i heard this loud boom and i didn't know what
hit the highway, it was gone at that point, then it landed in the yard." (unidentified witness): "i didn't know what to think, i was more worried worried about the plane and the people in it." the national guard plane landed safely at its base. no one was hurt. this is surveillance video from inside an office during yesterday morning's earthquake in california. you can see computers and desks shaking at a produce company in banning --- near palm springs. rattles during the four-point-four magnitude quake. in the produce packing facility --- several workers duck under tables until the shaking stops --- then leave. a food bank in montana is something many would pass on. the charity is using roadkill to help provide 15-hundred meals a year to the hungry. the foodbank accepts "vehicle tenderized meat". it's taken roadkill from local
for decades. some might turn their nose up at eating the meat --- but food bank organizers say the meat is being put to good use. "more i see a fascination with it. we took some this year and we turned but they were fantastic and it was a good use of the meat." while many food banks around montana have donation programs for hunters, this food bank is the only one with a roadkill program. meteorologist ashley baylor tonight: mostly cloudy. mild. lows: mid-40s. winds: n 10-15 mph. friday: more clouds than sun. isolated showers possible during the afternoon. highs: mid-50s. winds: ne 5-10 mph. saturday: morning
clouds. rain developing late. highs: upper-50s. winds: e 5-10 mph. the clouds definitely had the upper hand today, but temperatures still managed to warm into the low to mid-50s. this evening, expect mostly cloudy skies with temperatures holding steady in the mid-40s through 9 pm. overnight, the clouds will drag tracking more clouds than sunshine once again tomorrow. there will be a chance for a few isolated showers during the imagination. highs will be back in the mid-50s. expect a few peeks of sunshine on saturday with highs in the upper-50s. another round of rain will develop mix of sun and clouds by the afternoon with temperatures in the mid- 60s! the 60s won't stick around long - it's back
the 40s on monday. straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 the new dietary guidelines are in. how does your daily routine measure up? and more than 60 people are dead after a bombing in libya. at five-- why political turmoil is a growing problem in the country. coming up at five-thirty - president obama -- hoping to change america's mind when it comes to gun control. will tonight's town hall make a difference? then at 6-- more from joe fisher on those air conditioner units-- swiped all at once--
a hot holiday gift is banned on many college campuses. at least 20 universities have banned or restricted hoverboards --- saying they aren't safe. aside from the risk of falls and collisions, several colleges are citing federal warnings saying some hoverboards have caught fire. among the schools that have issued outright bans are american university and george washington university in washington d.c. other schools like louisiana state university and the university of arkansas have banned hoverboards from dorm rooms or campus buildings. a lot of people have personal drones. the f-a-a says more than 180-thousand are registered as of the last two weeks. the f-a-a made drone-registration mandatory starting on december 21-th. some consumer organizations estimate more than 400-thousand drones were sold this holiday season alone. the f-a-a just launched a new app this week that tells consumers where they can and can't fly their drones.
a string of robberies at local 7-11's. we'll tell you who police are looking for tonight. "i'm jason marks at the and into the water. we ask that question to first people who plucked him out of the water." and from boys to men how to reach young african american males in one local city with message of hope for the future. first at five -- police are looking for answers-- after least six 7-eleven stores were robbed in hampton roads, in the past 24-hours. three of them happened in norfolk just last night. the locations are outlined here. also notice they happened nearly within an hour of each other. one of them: the same location where an employee was shot yesterday. right now police are trying to track down kevin bristow. 10 on your side's erin kelly joins us live in norfolk-- where investigators
that suspect today. right now -- police have only said they think he's connected to the robbery yesterday morning. and they consider him armed and dangerous. norfolk police are looking for 38 year old kevin bristow. they think he's the man in this surveillance video -- accused of robbing and shooting a clerk at a 7- eleven on chesapeake boulevard around 2 am wednesday. this shows the moments leading up to the shooting. we're told the clerk is out of the hospital and the suspect got away with $50 dollars. hours later -- police say they were at another 7- eleven -- just before 9 pm on redgate avenue in west ghent. officers say an armed robber demanded cash and ran off. 25 minutes later -- police say the same thing happened at a 7-eleven on colonial avenue in ghent. then -- just before 10 -- at the same 7-eleven where there was a shooting earlier in the day -- police say an armed suspect went in the store