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the colder night. freeze watch in effect for much of the viewing area, i'll talk how cold for your neighborhood in a few minutes. you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic on wbtv news this morning. first alert traffic brought to you by toyota of north charlotte. >> christine: checking with cmpd here and right now, no major accidents being worked to start the 6:00 a.m. hour, the commute has been fantastic so far, you can see 485, 77, 85 all highlighted in green. if you have to get on the roads, this is the time to do it. traffic is moving smoothly. looking live at the state line where it does get backed up a good bit during the morning hours, but again at this hour, north and southbound traffic moving well, volume picking up only slightly. le we'll let you know of problems first on wbtv. >> john: we want to get over to brody o'connell. >> christine: continuing to watch breaking news happening now out of mooresville.
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>> brody: this is mcneeley avenue, we have a crew there live on the scene. we're told apparently when firefighters got on scene they saw smoke coming from this house but from this live look you can tell no sign of flames, they are extremely close to the home indicating that there might not be any severe threat at the moment from any flames. looks like they got it under control what may have happened but they have the caution tape up around the home, earlier we saw two to three fire trucking outs, noword on what caused this smoke or fire here, also no word on any injuries at this point. iredell county communications have been helpful filling us in on the scene there and apparently this started an hour and a half ago athour-and-a-half ago. back to you. >> christine: 6:02 right now. police are searching for a man
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south charlotte this morning. it happened around 4:30 a.m. at the kangaroo express on park road at woodlawn. a man with a knife or screwdriver went in the store and stole an unknown amount of money. we're staying in touch with police on the latest on the investigation, whether we learn more we'll bring it to you more on air and online at >> john: two people killed until a healed-on collision in south charlotte. of this was the scene yesterday morning on i-485 near providence road. one of the drivers was driving the wrong way when it happened. mark davenport joins us live this morning with much more on this story and mark, i find it interesting people who live in the area are not surprised this kind of crash happened, what is going on? yeah, around the crash, that is providence road near 485, we spoke to them back and forth why they weren't so surprised when
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they hear ambulances, police cars, all emergency vehicles pass by their houses on a daily basis to go to accidents on 485. when they heard about the news they were not surprised at all. i want to show you more from the scene off providence near 485, a man named luis menacho got on the wrong side of i-485 on the outer loop, driving in traffic for a few miles. around 2:00 m. a sunday 2:00 a.m., he crashed head-on to victor castillo. they have not confirmed if drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash. toxicology report will take a couple weeks. there have been two other wrong way crashes since 2009, neither resulted in death. alcohol was a factor in both cases. the family we spoke to off providence road say they are not surprised these wrong-way collisions don't happen more often. >> the area, it could easily happen.
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either, especially up the road. >> reporter: troopers are looking over traffic cameras to figure out where this driver got on 485 in the wrong direction. once we get more information, we'll get it ba can to you as soonback to you.mark davenport, wbtv on your side. >> christine: a teen was killed when she was hit by two cars in cleveland county. 16-year-old nccia copes and a man were standing at in the intersection in many shelby hit both of them, a second driver hit nycia copes. the troopers say copes dialed on impact. alcohol and speed do not appear to be factors at the time. >> john: tim moore hopeses to call a special session to discuss charlotte's controversial non-discrimination ordinance. discussions are happening with
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of the ordinance centerses on allowing transgender people to use the bathroom of the gender with which they identify. the new ordinance goes in effect april 1st. the regular session for legislators begins after that date on april 25th, why they may meet early they want to get in before the ordinance goes in effect. under state law the house speaker and senate leader can call a special session if three-fifths support the move. moore is pushing for special session to take place at the end of the week. u.s. immigration and customs enforcement has temporarily halted deportation of a north carolina high school student.
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until durham, he's being held in georgia. >> education not deportation. >> christine: while his detore payings was delayed, advocates are trying and rallying for a charlotte-mecklenburg school student to be released and more like him. was arrested in january, faces deportation,. >> he was born in a different country does not mean i get education and he faces violence. >> he is in a detention center with a pending stay of removal request. ice officials say he has plenty of time to file an appeal to a final order of removal issued by a judge in january but they have not received one. still plenty ahead in the
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>> john: several manholes explode, what caused it to happen and hearing from witnesses. first, before we go to break, a quick check of the first alert weather, cool start to the day out there, you'll need a jack kept, jacket. below freezing in boone, 28, 35 statesville, 36 chester, 41 wadesboro, 39 shelby and in gastonia, a live look at i-77 at the state line, things are moving smoothly. no significant issue also on thes except volume.
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>> john: welcome back, several all-new stories you need to stick around for in the 6:30 half hour. at 6:32, looking ahead to the vote on major bond referendum in lancaster county. what it will mean for you if it passes. grocery stores are becoming ambassadors for healthy eating. at 6:46, what changes you may see in a store near you. >> christine: firefighters across the carolinas sending out condolences, a firefighter in south carolina died after he was hit by a fire engine on the job. conway fire and horry crews responded to the scene yesterday afternoon. christopher ray died at the scene. he worked for the city six years. he leaves behind a wife and two daughter also. daughters. >> john: police in greensboro say two manhole explosions were caused by an electrical malfunction. several streets were closed,
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some people in a near-by restaurant described it as as scary experience. >> very sudden. a sense of urgency that came very abruptly out of no where. we're handling it well but very taken aback by it one of those things you almost can't take it seriously it was serious. >> thankfully no one was hurt. >> christine: looking ahead, apple's spring press conference today is expected to go small this year. the headliners is believed to be a smaller version of the it phone followed by am small version of the ipad pro. event taking place at the california campus, starts at 10:00 pacific time. that will be 1:00 p.m. eastern. speaking of iphones, a scary story from flight hot hawaii, an iphone 6 caught fire mid-flight. >> eight inch flames off my phone. i flipped it on the ground it got under someone else's feet
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bunch of people stood up. >> alaska air says the crew is trained for situations like this and they quickly put the fire out. there is no word what comsed the phone to catch fire. >> john: 6:13, you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic on wbtv news this morning. here ismanman. >> al: meteorologist alhere is meteorologist al conklin. >> al: you had a skiff of snow, a us ding of snow in the mountains. the snow is gone, everybody in the 20s, below freezing, there may be a few icy patches on some of the back roads where we had the little bit of snow last night. later this afternoon, a gusty breeze, boone will rebound to 43, outlying areas chillier than that. most of the day in the 30s. hard to believe this late in the season with sunshine. laker skies from the hd tower cam, the sun will be up in a
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with that we will rebound. yesterday in the 40s, this afternoon in the 50s. below average but improving. 38 this morning at 8:00, 52 launch time and 58 late this afternoon. the spurs are in time to take on the hornets, they have been hot as of late. but again going in the arena, 52 degrees, coming out well down in the 40s. overnight lows in the 30s. tonight is the colder night and i will highlight that, how cold for your neighborhood in the seven day planner, 6:14, check income on first alertcheckin on first alert traffic. >> christine: this map updates updates us instantly. ful 51 by the arboretum, let's take you live up in the university area, i-85 at 29/ 29/49, roads
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start of spring means snow for some. >> john: later on "cbs this morning," the latest on winter weather still gripping parts of the northeast. >> christine: i don't know if i could handle that. at 6:00 here, a wild first weekend has come to the end at ncaa tournament, the record set by the acc and show you the top moments. wbtv is always on your side, in
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good morning, it is 6:15. >> john: 19 after 6:00, a school delay, alleghany county is operating on two-hour delay. no other delays we know of. we'll let you know if any come up.
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in the alert center with new details on an officer-involved shooting from durham. >> brody: one officer shot, apparently suffered minor injuries, happened around 3:45 this morning. apparently something didn't go right in the transfer process of an inmate, because it says that the officer was actually shot in the sallyport at the durham jail. the officer was shot suffered minor injuries, treated at the hospital and released. the suspect was in custody at the time of the shooting. the name of the officer not released yet. they have not said anything about what led up to the shooting. something we'll keep an eye on but happy to hear the officer only suffered minor injuries. >> john: 19 after 6:00, the nascar sprint cup series wraps up the west coast trip to fontana, california. austin dylan on the pole,
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harvick dominates the race, jimmie johnson wins, 77th career win. the rest of the top five, harvick second, denny hamlin, logiano, stenhouse and now martinsville. >> christine: the sweet 16 is set, will include two teams from north carolina, unc and duke, both advancing to the second week of the tournament. along with four other teams from the acc. duke will play oregon in anaheim, california thursday at 10:00. tarheels will have to have wait until friday night to play indiana in philadelphia. that is going to be a great match-up. sunday featured spectacular
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m-northern iowa game. aggies trailed, 44 seconds left left, down 12, put together the biggest last minute comeback in division i basketball history. everyone will talk about it. aggies win, 92-88 in double overtime. notre dame took down cinderella against austin. they win 76-75. wisconsin hits as game winning three pointer to beat xavier. that play had one hornets player going crazy. >> al: the guy there last year. >> christine: we'll show you
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>> john: was that bill murray? >> christine: probably. >> al: lots of folks at michigan state go "now on what do i do." weather wasn't ideal yesterday, looking ahead to the easter weekend, get you caught up, as we headed for. we're chilly, that follows yesterday, welcome to spring, right? 47 degrees, after having so many days in the 70s and 80s. clear skies out there right now, this is belmont, sun will be up in less than an hour. i expect we'll have plenty of sunshine, dry conditions this morning, dry in your neighborhood, last night's rain pushed out and we have clear skies out there. 36 degrees in charlotte, we continue to drop and with a little bit of a breeze out of the north, feels like temperature, windchill of 32, chilly out there early on this morning. most locations are in the 30s. although you get in the mountain, well down in the 20s. for jefferson and boone, 38 morganton, shelby, 36 lincolnton, concord.
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up in the mountains, upper 30s to low 40s, getting back toking 43, 44, no chance for any rain or snow for that matter. you had some yesterday, in the foothills, 57 morgan-on-to, lenoir, taylorsville, bright sunshine, little bit of a breeze this afternoon. in the charlotte area, upper 50s, may be a few spots toward wadesboro and rockingham that get close to many 60, 58 shelby, mooresville over to concord and lincolnton, we go south of town, upper 50s to about 60 from patrick and pageland toward rock hill and fort mill. sunny skies. the growing season has not started yet, no advisories in the mountains, but we have a freeze watch tonight and frost advisory east of there, as temperatures will be cold enough or likely to get frost to develop down close to freezing for most communities, outside of the mountains even, this is going to be the colder night coming up tonight, we rebound tomorrow afternoon, getting in the mid and upper 60s, if you like that you'll love going
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high pressure is with us now, the high sets up on top of ups tomorrow morning, the coldest part of the day right at daybreak, as the high builds off we return, wednesday, thursday, getting up in the 70s before this frontal system moves in on friday, could bring a couple showers late thursday into early on good friday, by afternoon, the showers and storms are gone and right now i think easter sunrise will be okay. the sun will be up this morning at 7:25, septembers at sets at 7:37. 75 on wednesday, thursday about 74, we get late showers thursday night into friday morning, chance for showers showers at the end of sunday. you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic on wbtv news this morning. first alert traffic brought to you by toyota of north charlotte. >> john: the current conditions map and this is significant because most of the map is in green right now, as it has been
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folks are taking a good drive out there this morning, being very careful. and here is a live look at independence and you can see right now that things are flowing smoothly there and that is a good sign for everyone, because charlotte-mecklenburg police right now reporting no significant incidents. we'll keep you posted throughout the morning just in case. >> christine: the alleged master mind of the paris terror attacks remains in custody. >> john: after the break, find out what he told investigators that have them concerned. and united kingdom kingdom asked the public to name the newest research ship.
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>> christine: union county schools searching for a new superintendent, we have a look ahead to today's special meeting on that very topic. >> john: brody o'connell hard at work in the alert center, will join us with another check of breaking news or news that is just in. >> christine: president obama has become the first president in 100 years to visit cuba. today he will meet with the raul castro. >> john: good morning, thanks for waking up with wbtv news this morning now 6:30 i'm john carter. >> christine: i'm christine sperow. hope you had a great weekend. there is one school delay today, allegheny county schools operating on a two-hour delay. let's get to meteorologist al conklin who has the most accurate look at what to expect today. going to need a jacket. >> al: you need a jacket this morning and sun glasses for later today as we will get the sun to come back. yesterday, overcast, rain last night cleared out, now we have clear skies, sun up in less than
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east, hd tower cam, dry conditions and traffic is picking up. current temperature, 36 in charlotte, 38 in monroe, albermarle, rockingham, 39 from rock hill, northward toward gastonia, 36 chester and hickory, 38 morgan-on-to,ton, 28 in manyboone. lots of sunshine but cool, 58 is still well below average this time of the year, there will be a breeze as well, no the a fan of the chilly conditions, hold up, nice warm-up on the way toward the middle part of the week. talk about that and give you specifics coming up in the seven day planner in a couple minutes. 6:30, check in, first alert traffic. first alert traffic brought to you by toyota of north charlotte. >> john: here's a live look at the current conditions map and you can see look at that, a lot of green out there this morning. we haven't had any significant issues whatsoever, in fact take a live look at i-85 near
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traffic is very thick but no significant problems on the interstates that are going to slow you down other than normal volume. we'll keep you posted in case any issues are out there. remember, you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic on wbtv news this morning. also continuing to follow this breaking news for you, firefighters on the scene of a house fire in iredell county, this is mcneeley avenue. they got the flames under control. no word on injuries. >> christine: the union county school board will hold a special meeting today to discuss the search for the next superintendent. current superintendent dr. mary ellis announced her retirement earlier this month. mark davenport live this morning with more so mark, how is union county schools doing things differently in their search? >> reporter: well, christine, with cms they are doing a
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in union county, they are going through the north carolina school board association, they will get together a list of candidates for the union county school board to choose from. this morning we may find out if the that association has put meeting. this special meeting to discuss the superintendent search taking place at 11:00 in the morning in union county. the one thing they learned from cms' search is getting the process starting instead of putting it off. some of the school board members wanted a new leader in place by next year. but they want to make sure it is done correctly. the new hire will replace dr. marchry ellis,dr. mary ellis. i'm mark davenport, wbtv on your side. >> john: voters in lancaster county will head to the polls for special election tomorrow.
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million school bond referendum aimed at easing overcrowding, will build a new elementary school and high school in indian land. the bond would require residents to pay higher taxes. >> christine: all new, dozens of student and staff have gotten sick at one school until many in rockingham county. 15 students went home friday due to nausea and vomiting on sunday they reported 60 people are showing symptoms. there is no word what the illness is but officials say the school has been thoroughly clean cleaned. >> john: charlotte officials are asking for your opinion on new projects in the city. they are hosting a transportation and planning workshop from 4:00 until 8:00ing tomorrow night at grady cole center. on wednesday, proposed increaseses to fares for buses and trains.
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at the charlotte observer, rates cost go up in july auscults looks foras cats islooking traits looking to raise revenue. if you like to comment, sign up by calling. get over to brody o'connell. >> brody: there is a boat load of plutonium heading our way. this is a ship in japan, this is a british ship that will be carrying 730 pounds of plutonium to a u.s. government facility in south carolina. that is according to cnn and associated press. the picture courtesy of yahoo news. the two ships arrived today, they will load up the plutonium and brought our way.
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apparently dozens of atomic bombs and this was worked out in in bilateral agreement. all of of this part of an agreement. something you don't hear every day, an interesting headlines that caught my eye in the alert center. back to you. >> christine: thanks, brody. al quick look at top stories across the nation and around the world. >> john: president obama meets with cuban president raul castro. the president touched down in havana sunday along with the first lady and their daughters. he's the first u.s. precedents to visitpresident tovisit cuba in 88 years.
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ted cruz and john kasich in the winner take all state take all state of arizona. bernie sanders is hoping super delegates switch sides. >> john: the alleged master mind. paris terror a2:as attacks was planning new attacks. salah abdeslam was ready to restart new attacks. he was captured friday in a police raid in brussels. >> christine: a live look at the commute at the state line, traffic getting a little thick here on this stretch, this is north and southbound traffic, moving smoothly, no one really slamming on the brakes, just know things are picking up some as far as volume is concerned. let's go to meteorologist al conklin now, with the roads drying out in that live picture, al. >> al: they are drying out,
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weekend, .03 of an inch, .11 yesterday, most coming last night once the sun went down, that is not much rain. we had less than a half inch of rain in charlotte during the entire month of march. we're on the dry side. but as far as cold temperatures go, keep in mind, this is not that unusual. the average last frost in charlotte is actually the first week of april and so, we still could have another one down the road, i'm not seeing that but lows will be back down in the 30s tonight. so our wbtv numale fishing forecast, 38 this morning, 52 lunch time, 58 late this afternoon. sharon camp sent in the big catch picture with 84-year-old and still catching them in the subject line. this is johnny doing what he loves to do, that is fish. when not fishing, he's active in the community, attends island creek baptist church and is our big catch. day today. look at the temperatures, start to warm up, back in the mid
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good looking shot there. from our friend cotton ketchie. we have sunshine for today, will it last in the weekend? i'll let you know, the forecast straight ahead. you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic on wbtv news this morning. >> john: next on wbtv news this morning -- >> christine: grocery stores making changes as they try to get you the healthiest and freshest products available. we'll tell you what they are doing right after the break. >> john: the south carolina lady gamecocks are going to the sweet 16. we have highlights from their second round and a match-up. here is a look at what is coming up tonight on cbs and
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22 minutes befor live from charlotte, this is
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>> john: 6:42, the south carolina lady gamecocks are bound for the sweet 16 in the ncaa tournament. the top seeded team taking on kansas state in the second round of the ncaa women's tournament. mitchell playing the final game in front of the home crowd in columbia, led the way with 20 points in this one. lady gamecocks win 73-47, advance to play syracuse friday. >> christine: single game playoff tickets go on sale at 10:00 for the charlotte hornets. you can buy them at the website, ticketmaster or the time warner cable arena box office. the hornets are the sixth seed in the east. one-and-a-half games behind the atlanta hawks, for third. we have seen boats named after former presidents, war heros and some have puns.
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united kingdom, to name thisle research vessel top vote getter is, boatie mcboat face. other suggestions r r ruin sane boat and ice ice baby. >> christine: that poor boat has no say. >> john: neither does the crew. >> al: i don't know, i like the ice ice one,. >> john: more appropriate. >> al: we have a gorgeous start to the day, lake norman cam from the, sun will be up in 40 minutes, getting brighter sky toward the east. a little bit of a ripple on the water, north breeze this morning and that will be with us all day long, it will be a chilly breeze, look at the seven day forecast and break it down for you, first off very low rain chances the next several days, again, not a fan of cool weather, the next couple days we rebound very nicely.
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sunshine to go believed a, around. most of us in the 50s, in the mountains getting back toking to 43, charlotte, 58, concord, boone will be chill liar. keep in mind, down to freezing here in charlotte, most of us are going to be very close to freezing, we have the advisories for frost and freeze, late tonight, early tomorrow morning. 30 in boone, 32 charlotte, salisbury, albermarle, monroe, and shelby, keep in mind the outlying areas in between the cities will wind up below freezing, perhaps in the 20s. wednesday, 75 degrees, we rebound very nicely, with nothing but sunshine coming back courtesy of high pressure. the high building offshore, we get in southerly flow in advance of this front and that will promote warmer conditions here. that frontal system arrives we think late thursday night, early friday morning, our rain chances
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wednesday we're dry, thursday if we get any rain, probably after the sun goes down, then early friday morning, good friday afternoon looks fine. i think the weekend overall looks good. we do have a small chance for late showers on easter sunday but in the morning if you're heading out for services should be 45 degrees, that won't be too bad. nice warm up on the way. not a fan of the chilly temperatures, keep in mind in the 70s starting wednesday. out there right now, looking good, chilly, 36 degrees headed for 58, lots of sunshine, check >> first alert traffic brought to you by toyota of north charlotte. >> john: give you a look at our live current conditions map of the charlotte and you can see again, most of the area is in green this morning, however, we just had a report of an accident at north i-77 at the john belk freeway, north i-77 at john belk freeway, things get hectic at
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we have an accident reported there. that within the last ten minutes. here's a live look at i-77 northbound at lasalle street you can see traffic is very thick, seeing a lot of brake lights being hit. we'll keep you posted because you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic on wbtv news this morning. >> christine: we're on your side with health news. national nutrition month and you may notice your local supermarket making some subtle and not so subtle changes to help you get healthier. we take a deeper look in the trend that has pro processed food and junk food taking a back seat to healthier options. >> reporter: chocolate, candy, sweets got your attention in the check out line before. but now you may be more likely to find multi-grain chips and other healthy options in their place. someone of the changes to healthier options shoppers are searching for. >> supermarkets will respond to
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products, will respond the top consumer also. the >> peter larkin says stores have been trying to get money pouring in specialty stores. organic, natural products and freshness. >> consumers want the freshest product available, so when we think of fresh in a supermarket, it is the perimeter of the store. the produce department, the meat department, the dairy department, deli. >> another contributor, a push to get stores to step up the health game. >> encouraged summer markets to be ambassadors stocking healthier products, a gentle
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a number members hired dieticians, have them available in the store to help them figure out wham is the best diet for them. >> some stores are adding kiosks to highlight healthier options. or a universal scoring system to simplify the process. >> some scoring systems go from 1-100, 100 is the healthiest. >> in the end, consumers benefit. >> we change the environment, hopefully easier to make the healthy choices without having to do too much research or thinking. >> kristen miranda, wbtv on your side. >> christine: many stores are also going to offer nutrition charless to helpclasses. >> john: one erie moved from playing in theyear removed fromplaying in the final four, how
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his team winning. >> christine: leap design will be live in the studio showing a few ways to naturally dye juries teryour easter eggs. here is where to find bounce on your cable provider or live stream at coming up, president obama's trip to cuba, we have the historic step in diplomacy and human rights issues still remaining. how new electronic trans mixes may be putting drivers at risk. more real news coming up on "cbs
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>> john: 6:53, a quick look at top local stories. the. >> christine: we have been watching breaking news this morning where firefighters have been on the scene of a house fire in iredell county. this is a live look on east mcneeley avenue in mooresville, you see police still out there, the fire trucks have left the scene but officials remain to continue to investigate what happened here. we have learned that one person was inside this house at the time. got out safely, it is under investigation. >> john: police searching for are a man who robbed a gas station in south charlotte. happened before 4:30 this morning at this kangaroo express on park road at woodlawn. a man with a knife or screwdriver went in the store, stole an unknown amount of money. we're staying in touch with police on the latest on the investigation. >> christine: on your side with one school delay, if you're just joining us, alleghany county schools operating on two-hour delay. you're never more than seven
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traffic on wbtv news this morning. here is meteorologist al conklin. >> al: skies have cleared, gorgeous start to the day. traffic picking up on 77 and belk freeway, however, a chilly start to the day, 37 degrees in charlotte, lancaster, 37 salisbury, 36 around hickory, 39 gastonia, mid to upper 50s this afternoon. big improvement over yesterday, lots of sunshine, will wind up being a nice day, a little on the cool side this time of the year year, we should be in the mid 60s. we do it tomorrow but after a low of 32 in charlotte. outlying areas colder than that. 75 wednesday, 74 thursday, late showers thursday, early friday. most of the weekend is dry. the pattern nice, if you're wanting warmer conditions. gorgeous sunrise from lake norman. now, first alert traffic. >> first alert traffic brought to you by toyota of north charlotte. >> christine: a closer look at an accident we told you about a few minutes ago on i-77 at john
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and emergency vehicles looks to be blocking at least one lane there on 77 as you get on the john belk. let's see how much of a residual delay this is causing. you can see that stretch there right as you get to charlotte, highlightedhighlighted in red. >> brody: here is three stories we're following an officer shot in the durham area, fortunately he is expected to survive. the >> president obama making the first visit to cuba in more than 85 years. 730 pounds of plutonium on the way to south carolina being picked up japan, safely stored here in the united states. >> christine: we have seen great reactions to game winning plays in sports over the years.
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turn, watch. >> oh! >> a nice celebration, badgers hit the game winning three, and earned a trip to the sweet 16, how sweet it is.
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we are in havana for the historic trip. plus how airbnb is one of the most successful companies in the country. >> donald trump rallies at a trump rally. we talk with the republican chairman about a possible convention. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. this is a historic visit. and it's a historic opportunity to engage directly with the cuban people. >> reporter: president obama arrives in cuba. >> it's very chic, very chichi for less to celebrate vicious communist dictator. >> the head of cuba was there to greet him. honestly he should have turned the plane around and left. >> i would rather lose with trump than try to win with him. >> you hold out being donald trump's running mate?


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