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the blacksburg police department just wrapped up a news conference. we're working to get more information, as soon as we get it, we'll pass it along to you. tonight - flashing lights and crime tape a memory - as a community remembers six people killed in a murder-suicide earlier this week. we may never learn why a 26 year old man would kill five family members, and then himself. but tonight - we have new insight into the lives lost - from a relative of the victims. for the first time we heard from a dooley family member - about their incredible grief. michael dooley, whose mother and brother were killed, spoke. 10 on your side's liz
c38 31:20 - while i do not have the words to express the depth of our sorrow, we are encouraged by the outpouring of love and support of our family and friends and community. :27 the dooley family addressing the media three days after six members of their family were suddenly and brutally taken from them. c38 31:28 - we remain and we'll continue to cling to the old rugged cross. outside the church that's been part of their family for decades...friends, church members, and the deep creek community gather for a private vigil. as chesapeake police officers help with traffic and grieve the loss of one of their own. c38 31:37 - we want to say a special thank you to the chesapeake police department, members of the dive tea, and the law enforcement community all across hampton roads and our country for their overwhelming support. todd dooley was a retired marine police officer. he was one of the six members of his family lost this week in a murder suicide. investigators say 26 year old cameron dooley shot and killed his dad todd, mother lori, brother landon, sister brooke, and grandmother doris. he then shot and killed
standoff that lasted several hours at the home on george washington highway. interim pastor of temple baptist church - jerry greco - said this community is turning to their faith. c39 37:23 - faith is something you can't touch taste or see. so we're going to go through today and go into the week knowing that he wasn't taken by surprise. c38 31:57 - please continue to lift up our family in prayer. thank you. :01 tonight is not the only night to remember the victims. the dooley family will hold a visitation for friends and family tomorrow from 2 to 5 at the temple baptist chuch. then, there will be a memorial service monday night at 7 at the deep creek baptist church.
on this story - go to our website wavy dot com. let's take a quick look at weather. it's been a beautiful start to the weekend - the sun shining and the temperatures starting to warm up. but, of course, this time of year those temperatures can always get a lot colder. meteorologist ashley baylor is in the weather center to let you know how long the nice weather will stick around, ashley? overnight: clear skies. somewhat mild. lows: near 40. winds: s 5-10 mph. sunday: sunny and warm! highs: upper-60s. winds: sw 5-15 mph. monday: mostly sunny. another warm one! highs: sunshine with highs in the low-50s! if you liked today, you'll love tomorrow..but in the southerly breeze, so the mercury will only drop to 40 by tomorrow. with a southwest breeze, highs will be in the upper-60s - a perfect day to be outside! if you another chance on monday. with sunshine and a southwest breeze again, the mercury will surge close to 70 as we kick off the week. a cold the wake of that front, decent chance at rain will hold off until
safer streets and better schools. it's those two issues that portsmouth residents want to see as a priority in next year's budget. 10 on your side's joe fisher was there this morning -- as they took their message to city leaders. deanna -- just three months until portsmouth officials finalize their next budget. and after a highly publicized and critized budget process last year, the city is now polling the public on their priorities. ((vo)) seventy percent of people important issue in the city of portsmouth. that majority -- urging city leaders to improve police services both on the streets and in schools. superintendeanty dr. elie bracy says improvements include hiring additional teachers to knock down class sizes -- and expanding vocational learning opportunities. funding that's hard to
percent of the room had a positive view of the school district. sarah duncan hinds/portsmouth school board ((c196 31:35)) "i found it interesting that they said our schools need lydia money is not the answer to everything." ((c197 time. because we are will compile the data city has two additional budget input meetings planned. the next is this thursday night at i.c. norcom high school. the last meeting will be next saturday morning at churchland high school. i've also posted the city's entire presentation on wavy-dot-com. i'm joe fisher, 10 on your side. still ahead on wavy news 10 at 11 - forever changed - after a family of four is shot. what police are saying about the case. and - displaced - the american red cross is
stable condition at mary fredricksburg. neighbors close to the family say this comes as a shock. "i have worked in their house. i did the addition he put on his house last stunner." the caroline county sheriff says, "this investigation is ongoing...please keep the gray family in your thoughts and prayers time." still ahead - identified - police figure out the name of the person they found in the lafayette river on friday. we're on your side with the latest news, weather, and traffic as you get ready for
the suspect who was hurt - now faces several charges. the store employee legally carrying a gun shot the two. that employee isn't facing any charges and didn't have any injuries. police now say 25-year-old david isaac's body was found just before 4 yesterday in the lafayette river. that's near 26th street and villa circle. teenagers called 9-1-1 after they saw the body. the medical examiner is still working fo find out the cause of death. two buildings are damaged because a fire this morning. people called 9-1-1 shortly after 10 this morning to report the fire. heavy smoke and flames were shooting through the roof of one house. fire officials say embers from the fire spread to the neighbor's shed. no one was home when the fire started. jimmy gilleon/neighbor 45.20 "i was sittin in my house and heard a loud popping noise so i came outside to see what it was and saw smoke coming. so i grabbed my phone and of the size of the fire when they arrived on
the red cross is helping the family. the fire is under investigation. a 10 time saver traffic alert for you this weekend. the midtown tunnel is closed. here's a live look from our traffic cam. crews are taking down the elizabeth- river-trail pedestrian bridge. the tunnel will be shut down until 5 o'clock monday morning at the latest. your main alternate is the downtown tunnel. and the tunnel re-opens earlier than expect -- we'll be sure to let you know. more than 500 students from across the commonwealth competed in a statewide robotics competition today. the students, mostly high school and middle school students went to norfolk state university for the event. 52 teams registered for the all-day event. doctor patricia mead says the event is a way to teach students about science, engineering and technical opportunities. as for the robots... patricia mead c0053 57.58 "were talking about robots built by hand. most have metalic frames, the electronics is very automated i guess you might say." teams from as far as the
part in today's competition. overnight: clear skies. somewhat mild. lows: near 40. winds: s 5-10 mph. sunday: sunny and warm! highs: upper-60s. winds: sw 5-15 mph. monday: mostly sunny. another warm one! highs: highs in the low-50s! if you liked today, you'll love tomorrow..but in the meantime, we have to get through tonight first. tonight, expect clear skies and a light southerly breeze, so the mercury will only drop to 40 by the forecast tomorrow. with a southwest breeze, highs will be in the upper-60s - a perfect day to be outside! if you don't get a chance to enjoy the beautiful weather on sunday, you'll have another chance on monday. with sunshine and a southwest breeze again, the mercury will surge close to 70 as we kick
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play of the day------newport news---christopher newport---number 10 in the nation---and that's tyler femi---as the halftime buzzer sounds-----bank is open-----femi the freshman with buzzer-beater 3-pointer-----and the captains are a juggernaut--they win 90 to 41 over penn state harrisburg---now 17 and 1-----11 and 0 in the capital athletic conference---- i'm nathan epstein---welcome to the sportswrap---trey freeman joined the 1,000 point club at old dominion, while the monarchs managed a road win at florida atlantic on thursday---- still in the sunshine state--- tonight--taking on florida atlantic---both teams with identical 11 and 10 records---right next to eachother in the conference usa
who doesn't want a trip down to miami--- odu wearing the dark jerseys--first half---aaron bacote for three--- had 15 points off the bench--- boy has trey freeman been on a tear these last 6 games----burries the 3 ball--- odu led 26-24 at halftime--- second half----monarchs running---freeman off the backboard--- brandon stith with the cleanup dunk--- he had 13--- three 24 left-------odu only up 3----stith again--- minute 18 left-----odu is up 58- 56----freeman----with the dagger--- odu seals it at the line----they get the 64-60 win--- breaking news---for the first time in 6 games----trey freeman does not score 28---- he did have 25 to lead the way--- odu now 12 and 10----5 and 4 in conference usa---- rivalry weekend on the peninsula----norfolk state and hampton---the top two teams in the meac----only one could lay claim to first place after the day--- brian parsons was there--and now he's here---with the game story--- another edition of the battle of the bay hoops style.
in with a half game lead over norfolk state in the meac standings, so plenty at stake on the peninsula. that is how they do it. packed house at the convocation center and it was a good one. first half. off the miss. d'shon taylor with the one handed put back. think he's excited? then it's jordan butler, skies for the two handed jam. back in forth in the first half until hampton went on a run. quentin cheivous, blocked by butler, but he gets his own rebound and gets the strong lay in. 16 points for chievous. still in the first. hu goes down low to jervon pressley and he gets the one handed dunk. and here's how you finish a first half. reginald johnson, what a game by him, at the buzzer and he nails the three pointer. a 23 to 6 run by hampton, it led 46 to 37 at the break. second half spartans trying to rally. jeffrey short, nice move
he wanted a foul after the play, but no call 23 points for short. nsu did take a brief lead, but the pirates, too much down the stretch, make that too much reginald johnson, he gets the steal then the lay up. 29 points for johnson. hampton holds on to first place in the meac after defeating norfolk state "anytime us and norfolk state about as big a thing huge confidence boost for the guys going into the second half of the conference " nothings changed we still in second place chance to get in first place and control our destiony but 8 conference game left championships not won or lost in januaury be raedy to play next game. hampton and norfolk state meet again in the regular season finale on march 3rd in norfolk. but don't be surprised if they face each other a third time in the meac tournament at scope.
uva---number 11 in the coutnry----at 16th ranked louisville---cavaliers in blue----set the tempo early---- anthony gill---the steal and the stuff---he had 13 points---- as did malcolm brogden--- off another steal----takes it himself---cavaliers turned the cardinals over 18 times---- they led by as many as 23 points-----and hand louisville its worst loss ever inside the kfc yum center--- 63-47 the final---uva now 17 and 4----6 and 3 in the acc----- over to norfolk-----old dominion lady monarchs coming off that blowout win over florida atlantic----home against florida international---more of the same story----second quarter---ije ajemba----one of two players with 13 points-----still in the second----jennie simms---one of the best
led the team with 23 points----old dominion only led by two at halftime----they outscore fiu 30 to 10 in the third quarter and go on for a second straight blowout win----84 to 49---they're rolling---- the odu lady monarchs beat visiting florida internatioinal 84- 49----and this is halftime-----celebratin g 1,000 program wins----only the fourth program ever with that distinction---players from every decade going back to when the program started--recognized at midcourt----including anne donovan----and now virginia sports hall of famer marianne stanley----to hear from her, go to wavy dot com and click on