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raids on massage parlors all across a hampton roads city. why it's not a big surprise to people in the area. plus the search is still on for marines missing in a helicopter crash. why families are still hopeful. and the man we all know as screech starts his jail sentence. we'll tell you how long he'll be in for. good saturday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra tate. new this morning -- police say a man died of they have not said if they think someone else killed him.
call about noise just today: sky turns mainly sunny...and warmer. highs around 60 degrees. wind: sunday: cloudy with showers possible from mid after last night's rain, bit of a warm up today courtesy of a southwesterly wind. highs sunday. this one will bring midday showers and there could be a wintry mix for inland areas. accumulations aren't likely. in the wake of monday...mlk day! so, dress warm if you're participating in any outdoor mlk festivities. it'll be chilly the rest of the week. new this morning -- police say a man died of a gunshot wound early
they're calling the death suspicious, but so far they think someone else killed him. police say they got a call about noise just before 1 o'clock this morning. they responded to jernigan avenue and chesapeake boulevard, where they found a man shot. we're working to find out if police are looking for any supsects in this case. i'll let you know as soon as we find out more. police in newport news are investigating a shooting. it happened around eight last night on warwick boulevard near bland in newport news police say someone shot the 23-year-old from williamsburg, after they got into a fight. the victim told police, the suspect rode off in a black toyota camry with two other people. the victim went to the hospital, but he's
you can help police find the suspect, call the crime line. officers need more help from the communities they serve. that message came from the newport news police chief, at a news conference friday morning. chief richard myers scheduled the conference after an intense investigation that involved two homicides, and officers shooting a suspect. but the chief didn't focus on just one investigation. he says since christmas -- his officers have investigated six homicides- including three on thursday. the chief says neighbors gave officers information that quickly led them to the suspects of a double murder at 14th and wickham. he says it's rare to get that kind of help, but they need it to happen more often. (sot) richard myers / newport news police chief c0006 14:40:37 "we are going to put more police with the community help us lets partner in doing this ." 14:40:51 myers says the extra patrols started tonight, and the city manager has
money for overtime. we have more from the chief posted on wavy-dot-com. in chesapeake - we're working to find out what charges will come out of raids at massage parlors across the city yesterday. local and federal investigators searched six businesses - and took workers into custody. chopper 10 was overhead during the searches. you can see two women in handcuffs, led into a chesapeake sheriff's van...this is outside of harmony massage on coastal way. over at sunny spa on kempsville road, people watched chesapeake police, and special agents with homeland security investigations swarm the property. police say they took at least ten people into custody. as soon as we find out who they are, and what charges they face - we'll let you know. we also found out that these raids are the result of a complaint and a year's worth of investigating. in july, city council voted on stricter regulations for massage businesses. they had hoped to prevent any unlawful behavior at the parlors. planning commissioner
people complained. he told us: he's glad to have support from police. c1 adam perry- commissioner, chesapeake planning commission 01:50:09 "i'm very happy that chesapeake takes things like this them." we have a list of all the businesses raided up on wavy-dot-com. the families of marines who went down in a helicopter crash off the coast of hawaii say they're still hopeful. we first told you about this as breaking news friday morning. witnesses say they hear a loud boom and saw a fireball crash into the ocean. a fisherman said it was so intense, he thought it was a meteor at first. (s/chase tantog/fisherman:41-:49) "once it hit the water it just like blacked out and then you hear the thunder roar right after it was really loud." 12 crew members were on board the two helicopters. the marine corps hasn't said what caused the crash -- but pilots say night- time manuevers are the most dangerous. the coast guard has now been searching
than 24 hours. rough surf is slowing them down...although early on, they did find debris and an empty life raft. some families have come forward, including crew chief ty hart's. the 21-year-old was married just six months ago. corporal matthew drown's family says he was in one of the helicopters as well - and they're still waiting for him to come home. (s/julie golvach/family friend1:01-1:06) "of course the family is still hopeful. i mean, we're talking about marines. so there's a lot of hope about them right now, and especially the children. well." we'll be watching for updates on the search throughout our next two hours on the air. al qaeda claims it's behind a deadly hotel siege in burkina faso. a government official says they found at least ten bodies inside a cafe near the hotel, which is in the capital city. burkina faso and french security forces freed at least 33 people from the hotel. but there are still more
may have already been killed. the supreme court says it will review former governor bob mcdonnell's corruption case. two years ago, a federal jury found bob and maureen mcdonnell guilty of trading gifts ans loan for political favors while he was in office. both were sentenced to time in prison, and have been appealing. since the justices voted to hear it, mcdonnell will not have to report to prison-- unless he loses the appeal. the order will also delay the appeals process for his wife. mcdonnell released a statement saying he was thankful to hear the news. a local delegate says he hopes to win a seat in congress. we'll tell you about his plan. plus, a city in michigan is facing a severe crisis with their water supply. why some citizens want the governor resign. but up next, less than a week after losing a k-9 dog officer, a local police department is getting more protection for their dogs. more about the
we're hearing from the organization behind the push to get bulletproof vests for norfolk's police dogs. the department's whole k9 unit will have the vets soon, thanks to a celebrity donation. cnn's anderson cooper donated tens of thousands of dollars this week to pay for all norfolk police dogs to get a vest. he went through spike's k-9 fund -- a non-profit that provides lightweight kevlar vests to police departments across the country. norfolk k-9 krijger was unprotected when a barricade suspect shot and killed him monday. super = james hatch/spike's k-9 fund probably brought attention to just how valuable they are and just how important it is
the next month. cooper donated the speaker fee for his talk next week in norfolk. n-p-d is holding a private memorial service for krijger next tuesday. we're on your side this winter-- making sure your family is warm and dry. our coats for families drive has provided coats for more than three- thousand people this season. we've been collecting new and gently used coats since november. we want to thank our community sponsors and you for donating. today is the final day to get a coat if you need one. there are several y-m-c-as where you can pick up coats from nine until noon today. they'll be given out on a first-come- first-serve basis. go to wavy dot com for more information on how students talk to each other anonymously. hear why parents are not happy about this. and the armed protests at
the boston marathon bomber's bid for a new trial.... and ordered him to pay restitution. the judge ordered dzhokhar tsarnaev to pay the victims of the attack more than 101-million dollars. it's really symbolic -- because tsarnaev doesn't have any money. the judge also rejected his attorney's argument that he could not get a fair trial in boston. tsarnaev was convicted and sentenced to death last year. the 20-13 attack at the marathon killed
more than 260 others. tsarnaev was also convicted of killing a police officer four days later. it took a jury less than an hour to convict a man of kidnapping and killing a real estate agent in arkansas. yesterday afternoon -- jurors found arron lewis guilty of capital murder. lewis and his estranged wife, crystal lowery set up a house showing with beverly carter in a rural area outside of little rock. then they kidnapped and killed her, and buried her body at a concrete plant. carter's family says justice has been served. s/carl carter, jr./son :22 "you know, you've heard all these horrible things about beverly but here are all the great mom, amazing wife, amazing grandma, and the world's a darker place without her, and i'm so glad i had that remarkable." lewis will serve life in
his wife -- lowery is already serving a 30 year sentence, since she pleaded guilty last year. the armed protest on a federal wildlife refuge in oregon is still going on. and now the protesters are claiming the government is using cameras to spy on them. the occupiers say they took down two cameras from a power pole yesterday. they claim the cameras were pointed at an access road to the wildlife refuge. and they say there are two other locations at the site where cameras have been put up. the protesters say they are not happy with the governement for doing that. : (lavoy finicum/citizens for constitutional somewhere to protect out nation's borders as they should, and not spy on the citizens of the state and the county." (ryan bundy /protest leader) "i believe we are to be doing so, so stop it!" the group seized the refuge in early january, saying they're protesting federal land policies.
civilians and police have been followed, intimidated and harassed since the occupiers came in. the governor of michigan is asking for federal help to deal with a water contamination in problem in flint. the water is flint is unsafe because there are high amounts of lead in it. the national guard is helping by giving people bottled water. but governor rick snyder asked president obama to declare afederal emergency and approve federal aid. those would provide grants and loans to help the city recover. flint's mayor says the city needs all the help it can get right now. (mayor karen weaver, flint, mi): "flint deserves more than what we've gotten, we need more help, we need more financial assistance, we lead levels in the water are blamed on a switch in water supply two years ago. some people claim they've developed dangerous or even deadly medical conditions because of the water. some residents are calling for the resignation and arrest of governor snyder because of the crisis. a 90's t-v star is now
wisconsin. dustin diamond reported to jail to start serving a four-month sentence. he was convicted of pulling out a knife during a bar fight last year. diamond claims he was protecting his girlfriend during the fight. he is best known for portraying "screech" on saved by the bell. today: sky turns mainly chilly. lows in the mid-
showers possible from mid morning thru early afternoon. wintry mix inland. highs in the low 40s. wind: ne 10-15mph. after last night's rain, today looks much better since the area of low pressure that brought the rain moves ne. expect a bit of a warm up today courtesy of a southwesterly wind. highs will hover around 60 degrees. the warm up will be short-lived as another low moves in for sunday. this one will bring midday showers and there could be a wintry mix for inland areas. accumulations aren't likely. in the wake of that system, it gets much colder....with highs only in the 30s on monday...mlk day! so, chilly the rest of the
angeles. 11 of the injured are children. most of the injuries are minor and medics were able to treat most of the victims at the scene. however, and adult had to go to the hospital. police are still trying to figure out what caused the buses to hit each other. duck boats are back on seattle's roads and waterways. yesterday was the first duck boat tour since they were shut down back in september. that's when one of the tour boats crashed into a bus. five people died and dozens more got hurt. officials say the tour bus company will now follow new rules. that includes having two operators on the boat all the time. passengers say they were a bit scared for the first ride back. s/passenger :05 "it was a horrible tragedy for everybody involved, but we should celebrate there is a little bit of inspections, it's been closed for the last couple of months, and i
safest one to be on." officials say the duck boat tour company still needs to submit a safety plan to the state to show it's continuing to address critical violations. a very close call for a driver in northeastern pennsylvania. the woman was driving when a deer crashed right through her front windshield. the impact was so hard, the deer ended up in the back seat. officials say it looks like the deer jumped off a nearby cliff and that's why it seemingly came out of nowhere. (joshua legg/ sugarloaf township fire company) 'seeing the not going to be a normal deer versus car situation." officials say the driver is very lucky to have come away from this with only minor injuries. the deer died on impact. officials in a rhode island city are trying to figure why a man was
elderly woman at a news conference last week. sue stenhouse, the senior services director for cranston held an event last week. an elderly woman stood next to her as she talked to the crowd. at least, that's what everyone thought. that woman was actually a man named david roberts. he works as a van driver for the senior center. the incident lead to stenhouse's resignation. a citizen says roberts got part of his disguise from her hair salon. (elaine mancuso / hair salon owner:10) "dave that i could borrow? i have to get dressed as a senior." (2 mos sots:07) "i think it was terrible in every way." "there's city stood next to roberts during the ceremony, and he too, like everyone else, had no idea who he actually was under the disguise. a man dies in a plane crash in middlesex county. we'll bring you what we
good saturday morning everybody, thanks for joining us, i'm lex gray. and i'm meteorologist deitra tate. today: sky turns mainly sunny...and warmer. highs around 60 degrees. wind: sunday: cloudy with showers possible from mid morning thru early afternoon. wintry mix inland. highs in the low 40s. wind: ne 10-15mph. after last night's rain, today looks much better since the area of low pressure that brought the will hover around 60 degrees. the warm up will be short-lived as another low moves in for sunday. this one will bring midday showers and there could be a wintry mix for inland areas. colder....with highs only in the 30s on it'll be chilly the rest of the week. new this morning -- norfolk police say a man
they're calling the death suspicious, but so far they have not said if they think someone else killed him. police say they got a call about noise just before 1 o'clock this morning. they responded to jernigan avenue and chesapeake boulevard, where they found a man shot. we're working to find out if police are looking for any supsects in this case. i'll let you know as soon as we find out more. this morning, we are still trying to find out if anyone was hurt after someone crashed their car into a building in chesapeake. this happened on south military highway near the railroad tracks. we are still working to find out if driver will be facing any charges. as soon as we know anything, we'll bring
on wavy-dot-com. federal investigators are still trying to find out what caused a deadly plane crash. 61-year-old gilbert gregory's plane went down in middlesex county, thursday. it landed in the woods just couple miles from from the small airport. rescue crews had to use chainsaws reach the plane. state police sent us this picture of the scene. troopers say the plane had a parachute, but it was not deployed. the n-t-s-b and f-a-a are trying to figure out what happened. virginia beach delegate scott taylor says he's running for congress. he hopes to win representative scott rigell's soon-to-be empty seat. taylor made the official announcement on the john fredericks radio show yesterday morning. this is video from a previous interview with him. the former navy seal has also been considering a run for lieutenant governor in 20-17. rigell said he would not be running for re-election. the announcement came after a court ruling to redraw local congressional districts. fellow republican randy forbes from the 4th district is calling people to say
rigell's seat in the second district. it includes most of virginia beach. republicans say forbes will be leaving a largely democratic district -- for a more right-leaning contingent of voters. (21;35 2) ((he would have substantial support one congressman has a excellent reputation as being a principled member our seniority if he moves over he stays on armed services committee representing our area on seniority )) runs;10 forbes office sent us this statement about his efforts: "numerous calls across the state have come in regarding rep. forbes' future plans... and he is actively considering all available options." we can now show you the people arrested during a meth bust in norfolk. this is a story we've been following since overnight friday as it happened. here's a look at mugshots of the four suspects. they're between 23 and 49 years old - and they now face charges involving making and trying to deal meth.
there as police, troopers and the d-e-a raided the home on templar street. investigators say they found materials that may have been used to produce meth the daughter of a man accused of keeping hogs on an illegal farm says he was struggling with family issues at the time of the police investigation. garry morris senior was charged with animal cruelty. virginia beach police say they found more than 100 hogs in deplorable conditions off salem road last month. according to investigators, the hogs' waste wasn't managed properly, some of the animals didn't have adequate food or shelter, and at least one dead animal was left unburied there. morris' daughter says his wife passed away around the time this happened. were in deplorable conditions. this monday is martin luther king day. there are several ways to honor the rights movement leader this weekend. that includes service projects throughout hampton roads. sunday and monday, odu is having mlk jr. service day from nine in the morning to two in the afternoon. and
march and wreath laying ceremony at the martin luther king monument on brambleton avenue in norfolk. for a complete list of everything going on, head to hr-scene dot com. the u-s delivers a massive financial blow to isis. we have video of the airstrike. plus a risky spacewalk for some astronauts on the international space station. why nasa had to cut it short. but up next, a new app lets people talk anonymously. we'll take a look at how it works and
kids are saying on the app. najahe sherman reports. the after school app allows teenagers to anonymously express their feelings. here is how the after school app works.. someone creates a message board for an entire that a student in fact goes to that school and lets them post without bring-hurst accessed the app through his daughter's facebook account... in a matter of minutes he came across a sexually explicit video. scan to some very inappropriate conduct. stand-up - i contacted after school app to alert them about what we found and to find out sent me a statement saying in part... "in regards to the post app due to violating our code of conduct and terms of service and we and coo of after school. university professor, dr. sybril brown told us there are things parents can do to
can do as parents is monitor to the best of our ability, in addition that apple provides within their software and data bases, and just being very, very accessing. bringhurst says as a father, is always a good idea to know the apps your children are using. a man on the f-b-i's most wanted list is no longer on the streets. we'll tell you about his
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dollars of it. the strike was part of a plan to weaken isis financially. l/ mosul, iraq :02 a man on the f-b-i's ten most wanted fugitives list -- is no longer a fugitive. federal agents caught myloh mason friday in denver. they staked out a motel, and caught him there. authorities say mason is responsible for a number of violent bank robberies and shootings in colorado last november. he faces charges of attempted murder, robbery, attempted kidnapping, and assault. mason had been on the "ten most wanted" list for a month. nasa had to cut a spacewalk short after a water bubble developed inside an astronoaut's helmet. it happened during an already risky spacewalk. the two astronauts only had 31 minutes to repair the stations electrical system -- in complete darkness. if they took too long and the sun rose, it would have charged the stations solar panels and shocked them. they were able to complete the job with 10 minutes to spare, but had to come in
problem with one of the space suits. both astronauts are okay. people in taiwan are at the polls today to vote in their presidential election. taiwan's china-friendly nationalist party is expected to lose power to the opposition. the leader of the opposition is could become taiwan's first female president. a win for her would mark the first time in eight years her party would be in power. the current president is not allowed to run again. people are also voting on seats for the legislature. the search will continue later this morning for a missing skier in california. carson may was last seen at the sugar bowl resort thursday afternoon. but, he wasn't reported missing until yesterday morning, when his friends realized he never came home. rescuers were able to pick up a signal from his phone, but they still can't find him. officials say there were some snow slides in that area. friends and rescuers are hopeful that may could survive the 20 degree temperatures overnight.
olympic games are working to meet all their deadlines. they are also trying to save $500-million dollars. the challenge for the international olympic committe is to balance the operating budget, which is at one-point- eight billion dollars. brazil is currently in its worst recession since the 1930s. the i-o-c has suggested that some restraints on the budget could help the games, s/ christophe dubi/ ioc executive director :15 "so what bothers me, or keeps me awake at night, is to ensure that each and every deadline, and we have millions of them, merely exaggerating, are "we are at crunch time. no decision can be delayed a day." in addition to the money issue, olympic officials say they have a plan in place to deal with the mosquitos that could spread the zika virus. that virus has been linked to birth defects in babies born to infected
today: sky turns mainly sunny...and warmer. highs around 60 degrees. wind: wsw 10-20mph. tonight: sky clouds over... chilly. lows in the mid- upper 30s. sunday: cloudy with showers possible from mid morning thru early afternoon. wintry mix inland. highs in the low 40s. wind: ne 10-15mph. rain moves ne. expect a bit of a warm up today courtesy of a southwesterly wind. highs will hover around 60 degrees. the warm up will be short-lived as mix for inland areas. accumulations aren't likely. in the wake of monday...mlk day! so, dress warm if you're participating in any outdoor mlk festivities. it'll be chilly the rest of the week. we are getting a look at the newest additions to
is next to lafayette park on granby street in norfolk. some are calling a dog a hero after she prompted the rescue of a turtle on a beach in massachusettes. this is veda, a two-year-old newfoundland. she was out for a walk with her owner along the beach when she noticed something odd. veda's owner, leah bares, says the dog stopped, and stuck up her tail. that's when bares noticied a loggerhead turtle washed up on the shore, struggling to move. a marine biologist came to the rescue and took the turtle to the new england aquarium. officials say veda spotted the turtle just in time. s/leah bares/dog owner :06 "she sort of just put her tail up, looked at us, looked at the turtle, looked at us again, and "this newfoundland happening to see this sea turtle really made a difference because it was a really, very, very cold morning." aquarium officials say the turtle is slowly recovering. you know the saying -- "records are meant to be broken." that's what happened in
shattered the previous record for largest ball made of stickers. the ball weighs in a more than 230 pounds, which easily passed the 220 pound record. the sticky creation is made of more than 150-thousand stickers. each one of them was placed by hand one on top of the other. raids at massage parlors all over chesapeake. what we know about the investigations so far. you, sir, definitely know how to save a little money here and there. that's why at anthem blue cross blue shield we'll find you an affordable health insurance plan,
lors all across a hampton roads city. why it's not a big surprise to people in the area. plus the search is still on for marines missing in a helicopter crash. why families are still hopeful. plus, a man loses his life in a plane crash. we'll have the latest on what happened good saturday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra tate.