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head into wednesday. 43 in hot springs. 44 in blacks burg. your forecast first showing a lot of clouds around tomorrow starting out in the lower 40s. drizzle possible tomorrow under lots of clouds. wsls10 at 11:00 starts right now. this is wsls10 at 11:00. >> the fire trucks were parked down in there. >> now at 11:00, a deadly train crash under investigation tonight. what police are telling us. >> terrible. and i'm not prepared for it. i'm not. how can any father be prepared for it? >> coping with the loss of nicole loveel. >> plus nicole's father speaks
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>> thank you for joining us tonight. i'm john carlin. we have a live report from iowa where the results are coming in from the first caucus. >> what a night. here at iowa caucuses in des moines, still a virtual tie. hillary clinton who had a substantial lead in polls going in, just .4% above bernie sanders who desperately wanted to beat her here. on the republican side, all kinds of headlines. ted cruz with a head line win. marco rubio with a very strong percentage. just behind donald trump, rubio -- donald trump proved he can be beat and i know he was here in iowa. >> reporter: ted cruz is the
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across the state turn out was heavy. and -- >> obviously we suddenly had trouble with the feed from steve, but i can tell you in a recap tonight that donald trump was beaten tonight and as you heard him say just a moment ago, hillary clinton is leading by the smallest of margins tonight. ted cruz leading and marco rubio doing very well. rubio, cruz and trump on the republican side. hillary clinton and bernie sanders on the democrat side. we now know the names of the people involved in the deadly crash between a train and a work truck. 56 year old william linebury
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another person remains in the hospital tonight. bree, what do we know about the people who were involved? >> reporter: the two people worked for aep and i'm told they were both from out of town. the vehicle was struck at a train crossing. people who live nearby are trying to figure out what went wrong. these charred remains are what's left of the vehicle involved in monday's crash. it was hit by a train along these tracks by a spring hollow access road. jc whitlock was stunned to see the amount of rescue crews in their neighborhood. >> i see smoke rolling up where the fire trucks were parked down in there. >> that whole road lined up with vehicles but we couldn't tell what went on. >> reporter: investigators say two aep workers were inside the
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crossing and was hit by a train. william linebury died at the scene. crews took 22 year old johnny collins to the hospital. >> we did transport one stable patient. it was multiple systems, multiple body systems involved in the trouble. >> this was the scene as crews spent much of the afternoon searching for answers to the crash. the whitlocks can't imagine what went wrong on this day. >> i used to get out and walk up that road and cross the railroad track. >> when you can see both ways real good if a train was coming. >> reporter: and with trains, cars and people coming through the area daily, investigators hope to determine the exact cause of this crash and prevent something so tragic from ever happening again. >> and police say the train was material.
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in the studio, wsls10. new at 11:00, danville police are investigating a shooting that sent two men to the hospital. police say it happened a little after 7:00 p.m. 49 year old doctor ran dolph neil told police he was walking home when he was approached by two men who demanded money. police say dr. neil was shot several times before the suspects ran away from the scene. after the first shooting, a 48 year old man says he was shot in the 100 block of virginia avenue. both victims were taken to the hospital. anyone with information is asked to call danville crimestoppers. two suspects charged in connection with the killing of 13 year old nicole lovell made their first appearance in court this morning. 18 year old -- improper
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accessory after the fact. today was the first opportunity many got to see the accused in person. nicole's father and his family attended today's hearing. few details came out of the arraignments. according to -- eisenhower deliberately killed nicole. >> these two individuals took my daughter from this planet and i want to know why. >> keeper's hired her own attorney. the blacks burg community continues to be the site of a major police investigation tonight. state police dive teams scoured upon virginia tech's campus for the second day in a row. a criminal investigations unit was parked in the jefferson
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survey equipment to gather evidence there. lovell's family have been members of this church for the past 5 years. her youth pastor says she rode the bus to be at sunday school there every weekend and the news of nicole's death has shaken the entire community. >> shock. disbelief. and uncomfortable right now. i mean this, is home for not only this church, but for a lot of people around here and nobody wants to see stuff like this anywhere. and so -- a lot of hearts that are broken. >> aside from her church, we learned the middle school she attended is taking measures to help students cope. we want to bring you up to speed. we've been following this story since nicole was first reported missing 5 days ago. >> we've put together a time line of information that
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nicole was last seen in her home between midnight and 7:00 last wednesday. >> virginia state police issued an endangered child alert. they looked for her on land and by air using drones and cameras for 4 days. on saturday, blacksburg police charged virginia tech freshman david eisenhower in the abduction of nicole. >> on friday, police found nicole's remains just over the state line. >> on sunday, blacksburg police arrested natalie kiefers. story. there's a lot we don't know. when we're not on the air, you
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report on last year's amtrak derailment. there's no evidence that the engineer was texting before the crash. the data show the train's engine was functioning normally and there was no objects on the track. the passenger train derailed on may 12th as it entered a curve at 106 miles per hour, more than twice the speed limit. police report overall crime is down in the star city, however violent crimes including murder, rape and robbery have remained the same. comparing 2014 to 2015, officers responded to an increase in militia shootings. in 2014, police investigated 34 shootings, one of which was deadly in. 2015, there were 29 incidents
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>> let's talk about violence. you want to talk about danger? i showed you. roanoke per thousand has a better crime rate than a lot of cities in our area, our state, our region. >> elsewhere, jury selection began for 6 alleged gang members in the murder of kevin quick. that trial is being held in roanoke after a judge declared a mistrial. this time all the potential jurors are anonymous. they're referred to as a number based upon questionnaires they answered. all 6 suspects are charged in a total of 34 violations and are expected to be associated with a gang that is a faction of the bloods. one of the lawyers talked about the proceedings.
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well. there were no obstacles. based on what happened today, i would expect the case to remain on schedule. >> so tomorrow, there will be a second phase of jury selection and then opening statements are likely to happen tomorrow afternoon or wednesday morning. bradford police are in need of your help finding a man wanted in connection with several burglaries. 22 year old leshane ramos. this comes after burglaries in december. if you have information, you're asked to call police. the horse pasteur volunteer fire department -- the volunteer firefighters spent their own money to put "in god we trust" decals on all of their trucks.
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their captains who saw a youtube video -- >> he brought it to the deputy chief william martin who brought it to me. we thought it was such a great idea to put it on all of our vehicles. >> the only negative comment that they've received is someone saying they hope it
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one roanoke city police officer is changing his look, but it's all for a good cause it. all started with a bet when a fellow officer asked him what it would take to get rid of his mustache. he has had a mustache for 30 years now. he says if the police department can internally raise $2,000 for the american cancer society, he will shave his mustache. >> i would imagine that the skin underneath probably will be a little bit pale since it hasn't been exposed to direct sunlight in three and a half decades. >> a little spf on there. tardy says he did lose his father and grandfather to cans and he thought it would be a fun way to honor their memory. now, the area's best weather cast as awarded by the associated press. >> we could have a little
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the heavy rain has shifted well off shore. for tonight, dense fog. we're cloudy. overnight lows, 37 to 45. we have high pressure to the north. high pressure to the north will bring an easterly component to the wind. that mean fors us the good friend the wedge is back. cloudy, drizzly, cool tomorrow. highs in the upper 40s and then we're going have a powerful storm system move overhead on wednesday. even potential for thunder. it could bring us 1 to 1 and a half inches of rain. tonight, a little drizzle possible. as we head into tuesday, some drizzle possible throughout the day. i think we're cloudy tomorrow as well. as we head through tuesday night, we meet see rain showers moving in. as we head into wednesday, the chance is there heavy rain as
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so tomorrow looks to be a day where we'll have drizzle around. wednesday looks to be the day around. we could have thunderstorms embedded in that. i would think around dinner time, the showers and thunderstorms will be for the most part gone on wednesday. so what to expect on wednesday: heavy rain, flooding possible and there is a chance of stronger thunderstorms as well. for the day tomorrow, looks like we're going to have an enhanced threat for severe weather for kentucky south into tennessee, parts of alabama and mississippi could have damaging wind and even an isolated tornado can't be ruled out. the storm system tomorrow will be stronger as it moves overhead to us for the day on wednesday. we're going to have a chance for wintery weather.
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way up toward the upper peninsula of michigan. lots of snow possible in these areas here over the course of the next 24 hours or so. up into the great lake states could see well over a foot of snow into parts of nebraska, even into parts of kansas. no snow for us here for the next 5 to 7 days. temperatures for us will be cool. your forecast for the day tomorrow, cloudy, damp at times. highs in the 40s and 50s. 3 degree guarantee high for the day tuesday is 48. the next 7 days look like this: lower 60s on wednesday. wednesday, showers and thunderstorms will be around. thursday, we're looking at skies partly to mostly sunny. highs to the 50s. and by the way, tomorrow, happy groundhog day. today's forecast 63. actual high, 64.
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den dollars so far raised for the open hands back pack program. >> not bad. >> not bad at all. >> i'm going to track him down. we have 6 more weeks. i know where he lives. >> punxatawny. >> this winters not going to be a long one. the acc produced a big time
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we'll take a closer look at now, wsls10 sports. from the ford sports desk. >> carolina's won 12 in a row. here we go. two-point game, second half. damian for 4 of his 24 points. carolina would battle back. watch them go inside. bryce johnson. find him off the window, 2. louisville, they are athletic and when you allow this, you are in trouble. the catch and convert for 2! louisville pulls the upset.
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second-ranked tar heels. but probably not second ranked for long. duke is not in the ap25 poll. have you to go back to the 07- 08 pre-season poll to find one that duke has not been ranked in. they've lost 4 of their last 5, including home games with notre dame and syracuse. the run of 167 poll appearances is over. but u.c.l.a. has the record. here's your top then. it is an interesting mix. keep in mind carolina has just lost. but oklahoma begins its third week at no. 1. virginia up to 9 after dispatching the louisville team that you just saw defeat north carolina. so as i alluded to in the
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we bring you the first in a two-part look at virginia tech's upcoming recruiting class. >> reporter: i'm in blacksburg. our virginia tech recruiting expert. we want to talk about any new recruits coming to virginia tech. >> they had a lot of guys visit -- over 12 that kind of got pushed back from the week before. couple 4-star guys. a lot of guys committed elsewhere looking at virginia tech. >> reporter: do you think this visit flipped anyone, anyone in particular they're really wanting that they think they have in the bag at this point? >> i really like timon fox. 4-star defensive end currently committed to north carolina. teammates with emanuel bellmar who committed to virginia tech last summer.
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commitments we want to talk about is edmunds out of texas. what do you think about him? >> i love him. he's the highest rated junior college quarterback coming out of the 2016 class. i think he's every bit of that. he has a big-time arm. really can turn nothing into something a lot of times. very smart, very quick on his feet. i think probably is going to be -- have a leg up on being the starting quarterback this fall. >> joshua jackson out of michigan what does he bring? >> for the first down -- again, can run, can scramble, but more going to be the between the
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>> reporter: fuentes has been pushing -- >> they got a chance to flip a 4-star guy. rick wells from jacksonville. he would be a big-time flip, along with timon fox. >> reporter: talking about offensive recruiting. we'll be back tomorrow with defense. all right. thanks. we'll look forward to it. meantime, the nfl on nbc thursday night editions. we'll have 5 of those coming up this season. the broncos in a minor bus crash leaving practice on the west coast. everybody is a-okay. they got back to the hotel. just part of the fun of super bowl week on the west coast. the raiders reportedly looking for a new home have visited las vegas and the nfl hasn't ruled out that city. i gotta show this again.
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tom doslin attempting to drop in on what he called a sea monster of a wave. broken board, stiff neck, but he did call it a day that day, then came out surfing the next day. many are saying he's, quote, lucky to be alive, unquote. that was in maui. that's not the type of wave you
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>> for the latest numbers, make sure to head to our website. and tune in tomorrow morning to virginia today starting at 5:00 a.m. we have a little wedge coming to pay us a visit. >> you got that right. take a look at the 7 day. temperatures tomorrow only in the upper 40s. we're back in the lower 40s on wednesday. heavy rain possible. then full force on thursday and friday.
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