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Weather in the World : 23 degrees  in Philly, 22 in NYC< Boston has clouds at 22 degrees . 16 in Denver. Minus one in Mackinac islands Michigan, Minus 16 in Bismarck ND, Minus 27 in Igloolik Canada.

79 Degrees in Crown Bay St. Thomas.  Under clear skies.
81 %  humidity
Barometric pressure is 30.02  inches
Wind is from East at 10 MPH
No rain at WSTA in the last 24 hours. 

National Weather Service says : Partly cloudy. Winds ESE at 10 to 20 mph.
Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies are expected to prevail today across the Virgin Islands. Only light passing showers are expected in the morning hours. This afternoon, low level moisture may bring afternoon showers. No significant rainfall. Temperatures will top off in the mid 80's and winds will be generally east-southeast at 10-15 miles per hour.   Across the coastal waters, seas to six feet and winds to 17 knots

Cruise Ship News :  Carnival Valor Is at Havensight Dock, Emerald Princess is at Austin Monsanto Marine Terminal:

Headlines : Beverly Nicholson Doty will deliver State of the Industry address, Jasmine Campbell is showing our flag at the Olympics, avoid this phone scam and Justice is our virtue of the week 

At the top of the news on  !!AIR – February 10 Monday

She is showing our flag at the Winter Olympics in Sochi Russia.  Jasmine Campbell is the sole athlete at the winter Olympics from the US Virgin Islands. She was born on St. John and she moved with her family to Idaho when she was 9 years old. She began ski racing in Idaho; and has trained as an Alpine racer, in Slalom and Giant Slalom. During the parade of nations during the opening ceremonies of the Winter Games she proudly waved a large USVI flag. We got an interview with her in Sochi. She said the whole Opening Ceremony  was surreal. She meet interesting people from countries she didn’t know how to pronounce, She said you can travel the globe in just 100 meters. She called it a real honor and privilege to be a part of that. Backstage before the parade, everyone was kind and welcoming as they asked where you were from and what sport you were doing. Everyone wanted to exchange pins. Her race in the Giant Slalom comes up February 18th, and on February 21st she races in Slalom. Between now and then she is adjusting to the time zone and training for the races. Jasmine Campbell offered a big thank you to everyone for their gracious support and kind words of congratulations. “It's an honor not only to represent the Virgin Islands And I'll try to make y'all proud.”  You can follow her on Facebook at We will bring you a voice report later this week.

Good news from the Daily News about Frederiksted Health Care Inc. which is about to expand into Christiansted. They offer primary health care services and plan to open a facility in Le Grande Princess on Northside Road. Chief executive Sprauve Webster says many people come to the clinic in Frederiksted from the Christiansted area - so opening the facility near the Christiansted makes sense. They are a freestanding nonprofit organization, not part of the health department. And their mission is to serve the underserved whether they have insurance or not.

HOVENSA dropped the price of regular gasoline and diesel by 2 cents per gallon. No change to the wholesale price of premium gasoline.

Our Youth Scholastic Chess Tournament was held on Saturday  at the Charlotte Amalie High School.
Among chess players age 9 and under - 3rd place went to Ronit Totwani and 2nd place to Arman Israni both from Antilles School. Top of the youngsters was Amir Ottley of Montessori school.  Age 12 and under, 3rd place: Alessandro Gever, 2nd place to Viren Punjabi both of Antilles and 1st place: Kamden Benjamin of Montessori school.  Among the older chess planyers, ages 13 and up,
3rd place to Noah Stolz of Montessori, 2nd place: Brianna Rhymer of Charlotte Amalie High School
1st place: Shamael from Charlotte Amalie High School. Our chess players making Good News.

You're listening to Good News Headlines on WSTA. More news, first this
Today at Government House,  Commissioner of Tourism Beverly Nicholson Doty will deliver the State of the Industry Report for the Caribbean Tourism Organization. Governor John DeJongh will make opening remarks. This is the 2013 State of the tourism industry address. Doty is the Chairperson of the Caribbean Tourism Organization and represents the region in international settings. We'll have a full report on the Carl's Newsday.

Have you gotten a phone call from the technical help company? People say they got a call from Microsoft's Windows Technical division – offering help. It's a scam. They charge money to “fix" your problem, but actually lock up the computer and demand money to unlock it. The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs warns us to be alert for scams.  People who call out of the blue to offer help are probably trying to scam you. Microsoft says that they do not make unsolicited phone calls. They do not charge for computer security or software fixes. If someone tries to scam you call DLCA 774-3130

The Democratic Territorial Committee is meeting on Saturday, February 15 from 8:00 at Gertrude’s Restaurant at Castle Coakley St. Croix. The early meeting time means everyone can go to the St. Croix Agriculture Fair.  They are planning for the 2014 Election, adopting bylaws relating to membership, and getting an update from the staff meeting with Governor de Jongh. If you can’t attend, send a proxy to the secretary This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Of call State Chair Cecil Benjamin at 642-1553

The Bureau of Internal Revenue wants business owners to know about filing their tax returns, where to file, what forms to file, when to file.  There is a seminar that will make business owners aware of what needs to be done and when.  The seminaris on St Croix at the Small Business Development Center  on Tuesday from 6 to 8 PM. On St. Thomas the tax seminar for business owners is at the Small Business Development Center on Thursday feb 13 from 6 to 8 PM.

Our virtue of the week  is Justice. Practicing justice is being fair. It is solving problems so everyone wins. You don't prejudge. You see people as individuals. You don't accept it when some-one acts like a bully, cheats or lies. Being a champion for justice takes courage. Sometimes when you stand for justice, you stand alone.
You are practicing justice when you ...
* Treat everyone fairly
* Think for yourself and refuse to prejudge
* Avoid gossip and backbiting
* Own your mistakes and fix them
* Protect people's rights, including your own
* Solve problems so everyone wins
Affirmation: I act with justice. I stand up for the rights of others and myself. I have no need to pretend or defend. I choose to make amends.

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