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    Myles’ Forecast: Slow warm up ahead

    Skies will clear of Sunday has temperatures start a slow climb for the first half of next week

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    One hospitalized after fiery crash in Suffolk

    Suffolk, Va. – One person was hospitalized after a car burst into flames after a crash early Saturday morning in Suffolk. Suffolk Fire & Rescue and Suffolk Police responded to the scene of the single vehicle accident in the 6200 block of Route 58/Holland Road at the Downtown Holland Exit at 4:37 a.m. and found the vehicle fully engulfed in flames in the median. Both the driver and the passenger were able to escape  the vehicle. The passenger was ground […]

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    Caramel apples linked to fatal listeria outbreak

    (CNN) — A sweet treat has turned potentially deadly for dozens of people in multiple states. At least four people have died — in a fifth case tests are pending — after eating caramel apples that may have been infected with Listeria monocytogenes. Some 28 people have become infected with the deadly bacterium in 10 different states according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of the people who have gotten sick, nine were pregnant. Pregnant women are 10 […]

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    Woman arrested after allegedly stabbing, biting husband

    Newport News, Va. – A Newport News woman has been arrested after allegedly attacking her husband for the second time in a year. On the evening of December 11th an officer who was working on another investigation at a local hospital was told by emergency room staff of a stabbing victim in the emergency room. The victim told the officer he had been bitten and stabbed by his wife during an argument. None of his injuries were life-threatening. 19-year-old Abigail […]

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    Dominic’s Forecast: Not as much rain this weekend, but rain chances go up next week

    Unsettled weather moves in for our holiday week.

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    Pictures: How long can Cuba’s beautiful classic cars last after thawing of relations with the U.S.?

    (CNN) — With U.S. President Barack Obama announcing a historic overhaul in relations between the United States and Cuba, the largest island in the Caribbean stands on the precipice of dramatic change. One casualty of change could be the classic American cars — many still in everyday use — that have long been a point of interest for international visitors. In late 2013, Cuba eased restrictions on car imports and acquisitions in the country, doing away with a law that […]

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    Weird Al reveals secret behind the ‘floating orb’ magic trick (you’ll never see it coming)

    Looking for something to amaze your relatives with over the holidays? Musician, comedian and magician Weird Al recently shared this video revealing the secret behind the “Mysterious Floating Orb” magic trick. “Thanks to Justin Willman for showing me this stupid trick,” Weird Al posted on his YouTube page.

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    Watch: Drone captures another amazing Christmas light display on a Virginia home

    Virginia photographer Daryl Watkins has shot another amazing home with his Phantom 2 quadcopter, this one in Midlothian

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    Watch: The most incredible Jenga move you’ll ever see

    If you’re playing games with the family over the holidays you might want to try out this amazing Jenga move. Warning. Language is not safe for work

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    ‘Digital nose’ on a chip can sniff out diseases

    (CNN) — It’s long been known that dogs and cats, with their highly developed sense of smell, can be trained to identify the volatile chemicals released by human illnesses. In some cases, researchers have even trained household pets to detect cancer or predict epileptic seizures. But what if we could fine tune that sense and put it into a microchip, allowing us to create a breathalyzer for diseases? For Dr. Andrew Koehl, the inventor of the microchip spectrometer technology at […]

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    On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me… plastic surgery?

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me … two breast implants, a tummy tuck and a rhinoplasty. That may be a riff on the original, but it’s a tune many are singing this holiday season, as more people are asking Santa to go under the knife. Holiday gift giving has become a staple at many cosmetic surgery practices, and the popularity has grown over the last several years, according to Tom […]

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    Fantasy Flight brings sick kids to the North Pole to see Santa

    Singing and cheers filled the plane, and children jockeyed to meet their host.


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