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police say they know the hack of hundreds of celebrities. good morning, everyone. thanks for watching north carolina news. i'm russ bowen. >> good morning, russ. good morning to you as well. i'm stefan chase. let's get you to meteorologist alyssa core front and the beautiful color she's got on this morning. hopefully it will be a beautiful day as well. i'm ready for the high temperatures. the record is 86 degrees. we'll be close to that as we head into the afternoon. meantime, we're starting off with clear skies. back to our west, the faint line of showers is developing right ahead of a cold front. that will be moving into our overnight. we have a small threat for a shower or two later today. dry. we dropped back into the upper 50s. we're at 58 in raleigh.
lillington, you are at 58. 80 for your high. the record 86 set in 1945. just a stray shower after 3:00. we're back to 80 by 6:00. right now, we send it over to kristin with the traffic. >> reporter: if you are hitting the roads right now, i-40 and aviation parkway, you can see the headlights, traffic's moving fine in both directions on 40 and most of the major thoroughfares are looking good as well. let's look at our traffic map here. we have some of our closures and project fortify today.
295a and south saunders streets. if you are head together games, tip-off at 12:40 or the fist set of games. 7:20 for the second set in the evening. it'll cost you about 20 bucks to park there. leave yourself extra time because it should be on the crowded side getting into there but a lot of fun as well. we'll have more weather and traffic coming up in a few minutes. we begin this morning with breaking news out of durham where police are investigating a homicide. officials were called to the scene just after 2:00 this morning after the report of gunfire. right now, we'll look at where it is right on hardy street in durham. cbs north carolina's lauren haviland has been on scene at the morning. what's the latest there, lauren? >> reporter: well, we now know
murdered here and police remain on scene. the car that you see right now with its doors opened, police confirmed that that is part of the crime scene. there is crime scene tape around this amount. we're in the 500 block of hardy street. just behind that car is another apartment building, and we believe that is also somewhat part of the crime scene. investigators were callinged to this complex around 2:00 this morning in report of a shooting. that is when they found the 24- year-old man. police say they have not made any arrests at this time. you can see they are definitely searching for evidence as the forensics team is out here and several police officers and the homicide investigators are also on scene. they will be here until 9:00 this morning. that's when they hope to pass along the name and more information about who this man that was murdered is and of course, any other information, maybe a possible arrest of course. right now, no arrests at this time.
call the durham police department or you can always remain anonymous through crimestoppers. live in durham, lauren haviland, cbs north carolina. >> details are continuing to come out of this death investigation. lauren, thank you so much. we know you'll stay on top of the breaking news and bring an update on wncn.com. breaking overnight now. in campaign 016, major victories in the race for the white house. for the democrats, hillary clinton rolled up primary victories in both states, florida, ohio, and north carolina. >> as for the republicans, trump continues his big streak of wins. he took the top spot of florida, illinois as well. missouri is still too close to call for both parties. john kasich won in ohio. marco rubio ended his campaign last night, throwing his support to senator ted cruz. breaking overnight, the race for the governor's mansion
governor pat mccrory and roy cooper locked up their party's nominations in tuesday's primaries. cooper took a commanding lead hoping to unseat pat mccrory. throughout the campaign, he has questioned mccrory's priorities. >> we node a new set of priorities, helping everyone in this improving economy, making affordable, quality education better than ever. >> meanwhile, governor mccrory swept the nomination for the republican sid getting 82% of the vote, but last night, he didn't comment much on his victory. he did, however, post a facebook video outlining important issues the next governor needs to address. >> we need a governor who will lead and do what's right to prepare our state for the future. we need a governor that will continue to focus on jobs and the economy and will focus on improving education and raising teacher pay. >> as it sits right now, the race for governor in our state
expensive races in the country. >> governor mccrory was also focused on another win last night. the connect nc bond passed a referendum on the ballot for parks and universities across north carolina like wake tech. emma right joins us from the belt line education center. why has the bond been such a hot topic? >> reporter: this has been a hot topic since it was proposed months ago. a lot of opponents saying $2 billion is just too much money, but now the voters have spoken in the bond, and it will go through. much of that $2 billion will be spent on the colleges and universities. chapel hill will get $68 million for a medical center.
here at wake tech, $12 million. now, passing this bond has been a bipartisan effort, but republicans and democrats have been lobbying hard for it to go through so we could get the new education buildings here in north carolina. coming up, we'll hear from the head of the universities and what she thinks. >> thanks, emma. florida senator marco rubio dropped out. the question remains, though, can trump lock up the nomination? >> reporter: another tuesday and the race getting more narrowed down than ever before after donald trump was able to force florida senator marco
trump getting an amazing win in florida showing the trump momentum that has been happening so far and not going away any time soon if the polls are to be believed. rubio had a chance 0 speak to supporters after the polls closed making it clear he was proud of his campaign and that while he will be the nominee in 2016 and will see the future with the republican party with the possibility of another campaign down the line. he certainly wasn't able to define it for this year. when it comes to the republican race, ohio governor john kasich doing very well tuesday night, winning his home state. that was essential if he wanted to stay in the race. he thanked his supporters, family, friends. mitt romney was out on the stump with him monday. it certainly seemed to help there in ohio as he was able to continue on the race.
determined to stay in the race as well. >> while it is not god's plan that i be president in 2016 or maybe ever, the fact that i have come this under is evidence of how -- come this far is evidence of why america is a great and why we must do everything we can to make sure this remains a special place. >> hillary clinton was more than halfway to the nominations. last night, the victories give her the momentum she's been looking for over bernie sanders. she spoke to her supporters last night saying she's ready to take on the republican party and their nominee as to who that will be, we'll have to wait to find out. that's a quake look at where
that could bring us the unsettled weather as we head towards, say, 3:00 this afternoon and after. showers are not going to be widespread. so temperatures 54 in durham and siler city. in the upper 40s believe it or not. the mid-70s at lunchtime. high of 80, and near record breaking. we're back to 80 with an isolated shower possible. more on the cooler weekend forecast ahead in just a few minutes. stefan? 6:14 is the time right now. still ahead, busted for hacking some of hollywood's biggest stars.
that man has not yet been identified. this is an ongoing investigation money anyone with information is asked to call crimestoppers. you thought you saw a lot of ads before. just wait. it will be an all out showdown in north carolina's race for attorney general. cooper and mccoloryry will go head-to-head. >> the connect nc bond passed by nearly a 2-1 margin in north carolina. much of the money will go to improving college campuses across the state. the bond will be used to make improvements to parks and infrastructure projects. president obama could announce his decision on a nominee for the supreme court justice as early as today. according to cnn, the obama
the vetting process. several celebrities exposed by a hacker when their private accounts were compromised has an update. >> rachel kim has the latest and how you can protect your own e-mail account against hackers. >> reporter: actress jennifer lawrence and model kate upton are one of many exposed when private accounts with are hacked into resulting in the leak of very private pictures and videos. tuesday, the feds announced they arrested a 36-year-old pennsylvania man involved in the celebrity gate. using a phishing scheme, he sent the victims an e-mail that looked like they were from apple or google asking them to provide user names and passwords. when he got into their accounts, some of them cloud- based storage. collins found the personal info which later ended up online.
user and you being smart with your information and data. >> reporter: mike hopes celebrity gate teaches us all an important lesson. he says if you have any information on your computer or phone that you don't want anyone to see it's simple. know who's asking for your info and secure it. >> one big one is encryption. if you are encrypting information on your own personal drive that requires a password for a view or maybe a token or key of some sort. if someone gets access to the data, it's completely encrypted. >> reporter: i'm richle kim, los angeles, california. >> the pennsylvania man was charged with hacking with the accounts but no evidence linked him to the actual leaking. >> so scary to have your personal information. >> this is what i live by.
assume someone can get into it. >> someone asked one time would you rather your phone be compromised or your social security number. i don't know. >> wow. >> he think it's a hard -- i think it's a hard road back either way. a lighter subject, let's get to the forecast. >> i have my sweater ready. >> we're looking at highs near record breaking. we are quiet out there this morning. this is cardinal bivens high school in raleigh. the sun doesn't rise for another hour or so, so we'll have the clear skies and temperatures continuing to drop. of course it's long before the students arrive here this morning. 56 in henderson. 54 in durham. 58 in lillington, but neighboring stanford is in the upper 40s. it's been quite sometime as we've been talking about 40s in the morning. let's talk about today first.
84 our afternoon high. warmer than where we were yesterday. there is a small chance we could see a shower or fee later today. that's because this cold front will be sweeping through. ahead of it, unseasonably warm. near record breaking, a few showers as the cold front comes through, and we're in the wake of that front tomorrow. so it's not going to be as warm. high pressure is starting to nudge in. overall, it is going to be a dry day. here's what i'm thinking. we're dry out there this morning. plenty of sunshine early. remember the sunglasses for the morning commute. 5:00, 5:30 this evening, we could see a few extra clouds home for the drive home. can't rule out a spotty shower at this point in time. most of us will stay dry. while be dry for thursday. 85 our high today in sanford and pinehurst.
84 in rocky mount and wilson. 84 near benson and smith field. 83 in durham. 82 possible in roxboro. then tonight, it's going to be cooler. 52 degrees our overnight lows so i'm expected to see more of the 40s where we're seeing isolated spots today. then we head into tomorrow. yes it's st. patrick's day and the start of the march madness tournament. we're looking at the first round of games kicking off. 74 our high tomorrow. cooler than where we'll be today. in the 50s over the weekend. don't forget, spring starts early on our sunday. let's send it over to kristin now with a check on traffic. how's it looking? >> good morning, everyone. off to a quiet start on the roads right now. let's take a live look at the roads. this is i-540 and six forks road. no major issues to report there. traffic moving along just fine.
in the fortified construction project i-40. the shoulder is closed between exits 293 and 301. we have that exit ramp closed on southbounder street exit 298a. march madness officially kicks off tomorrow. round one at pnc arena. tip-off is at 7:20 tomorrow and 12:20. we'll have more coming up. it is currently 6:23 in the morning. coming up, first han solo, now harrison ford is about to return to a iconic role that made him a household name. >> the obama administration pulling the plug on the oil and gas drilling in the atlantic.
we've got those sto indiana jones is coming back for a fifth film adventure. will be 77 years old when the film is released. the newest installment will hit theaters on july 19th. >> he doesn't look a day over 55. a major decision for the white house and environment. cbs news hannah daniels is live from the floor of the new york stock exchange. good morning. >> good morning. news that the obama administration will not allow oil drilling in the at lantic coast is being hailed by environmentalists. a decision made last year would have opened up the large area of the coastline's drilling. the oil industry, however, is now pleased.
petroleum institute says the government's decision "appeases extremists. "stefan? >> i just followed you on instagram. congratulations on your recent nuptials. beautiful pictures. speaking of instagram -- >> thank you. >> your follower maze know more about you than yourself. >> the photo sharing social media app will order your fee in interest and not chronologically making it specific to the topics you search the most and that are most relevant to you. stefan? >> cool stuff, hannah. thank you so much reporting live from new york. we'll see you back here tomorrow. it is currently 6:27 in the morning. coming up -- >> continuing to follow breaking news. we'll have another live report on a deadly shooting that's keeping detectives busy in durham. >> and what does the forecast hold for today?
that's coming up next. good morning, i'm russ bowen. >> good morning. i'm stefan chase. we're following breaking news out of durham where a man's body was just found earlier this morning. >> cbs north carolina's laura haviland is on the scene, and emma right is in raleigh. first, let's get straight to meteorologist alyssa corfont. >> hey, guys, good morning to you. we're going to start off with clear skies and plenty of sunshine for the morning drive in. as we head into the afternoon, there is a small chance for a shower or isolated storm as a cold front comes through. that cold front back to our west is quickly losing steam this morning with a few faint showers moving through kentucky and tennessee. meantime here locally, temperatures are in the 40s, 50s, and even the 60s. we're holding on to 61 in
here in raleigh, we're at 59. south hill is at 53 degrees. your forecast in detail today, 59 at 8:00 a.m. i'll walk you through the changes for this week coming up. right now, though, time to throw it over to kristin for a lack at traffic. >> we are seeing traffic volumes increasing but at this point, moving smoothly on i-40 right now. if you are hitting the roads, grab the sunglasses. you will need them this afternoon.
298a for south saunders street. march madness officially kicks off around 1:00 in raleigh tomorrow. game time as the pnc arena set for 12:40 and 7:20. if you are planning on heading to the games, parking lots open two and a half hours before each game. leave yourself extra time. we'll have more traffic and weather updates coming up in a few minutes. get to. a man found dead after an overnight homicide in durham. officials rushed to the hardy street area in durham after 2:00 this morning after a report of gunfire. there's right now no word of any arrests at this point. lauren haviland has been on scene throughout the morning and joins us live. have they identified the man yet, lauren?
but we do know he is 24 years old. police tell us they hope to give us the name of the victim by 8:00 or 9:00 this morning of course when family and friends have been notified. you can see behind me that it is a very active scene. the car that you are seeing, police have confirmed that this is part of the crime scene. they also say that they are investigating all around that back building as well. you can see there are markers and forensics teams out there at 2:00 this morning. they found the 24-year-old victim shot to death, okay? he is, again, 24 years old. police say he will be on scene until 8:00 this morning. we are seeing a lot of traffic. if you can, take an alternate route. police needing information from
they say no arrests have been made. if you have any information, you are asked to call the durham police department directly or you can always remain anonymous through crimestoppers. lauren haviland, cbs north carolina. just last year, the same block of hardy street was the site of another shooting. these two were arrested with attempted murder in january. the charges stem from a shooting last june when police found a taxi driver with a gunshot wound. police say two men robbed and shot the driver while he was walking to his cab. new numbers rolling in on the race for the white house. democrat hillary clinton and republican donald trump have won the presidential primaries. north carolina republicans. ted cruz a bit of a close second. you can see the numbers right
on the democratic side, hillary clinton winning big in north carolina. taking a look at who won the counties in our area. on the gop side, trump won lee, vance, and cumberland counties. tedd cruise nash, wake, durham, orange and wilson. on the democratic side, hillary clinton took most of the state. in our area, bernie sanders took the lead in orange county. >> more results are announced. governor mccrory and attorney yen roy cooper will face off in the governor's race. the race is shaping up to be an expensive one. pat mccrory spoke sidedly about the passing of the nc bond not the nomination. however, later, he did deliver a message on facebook to all of his supporters. >> we need a governor who will lead and do what's right to prepare our state for the future.
to focus on jobs, improving education and raising teacher pay. >> last night, cooper delivered a victory speech as well. through the course of this primary, cooper questioned governor mccrory's priorities and alliances within his party. >> there will be nothing less at stake than the heart and soul of north carolina this november. are we really ready for a trump/mccrory ticket? >> no! >> north carolina republicans responded by calling cooper an insider and wanting to raise taxes. voters gave the stamp of approval to a $2 billion spending bond money we've been telling you about it for months now. emma wright is live with reaction from the new unc
emma, what are you hearing? >> reporter: we're hearing people are excited about it. opponents say $2 billion is too much for people to spend, but now that the voters have spoken, the state says they are ready for it and the schools are excited about it. the $2 billion bond will be used for infrastructure projects around the state. most of the money will go to the state colleges and universities, the university system and community colleges. we're told unc will get a new building for their medical school and central will get a new business school. getting this $2 billion bond passage has been a bipartisan effort. republicans and democrats working together to get the measure passed. the schools say they are excited about the new money.
system with a big focus on math and science centers all over the system. is this a great victory for the fuel of north carolina and the students in the system. >> reporter: we're expecting governor mccrory to hold some kind of event this morning to thank voters for passing this $2 billion bond measure. reporting live in raleigh, i'm emma wright, cbs north carolina. more on campaign 2016. deborah ross will be going up against senator richard burr for his senate seat. the former state representative won the democratic primary. she was locked in a four-way race. durham businessman coven griffin and earnest reeves of greenville. she took the podium soon after it became clear she'd come out the winner this time. she wasted no time going after burr.
has been shirking his constitutional responsibilities by refusing to consider nominees to the supreme court. that upsets all of us, and we're tired of these games in washington. >> did ebb bra ross represented wade county in the house of representatives for ten years. it's now 5:39 in the morning. coming up next -- >> i'm going to connect this and it basically makes them. >> a crazy cool app that could make your ncaa tournament experience a lot more memorable. >> plus, a brazen prison escape from canada. >> temperatures are cooler. we're in the 50s for the majority of you. 50s in roanoke rapids.
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happy wednesday morning to you. this is a live picture from cardinal bivens. clear skies this morning should pave the way for a nice sunrise. i want to point out this broken line of showers. it's hard to see it. that cold front will bring us a small chance for a late day shower or isolated storm. 50 in roxboro.
sanford, you are the chilly spot. your forecast for today, afternoon high of 84, back to 80 and the drive home is what i'm thinking could see a small chance for a shower. back to you. all righty. thanks so much. this is just into our newsroom. you might recall this very big international story. it's from erika back prison. you can see two men climbing up the rope to get onto the roof of the prison where a helicopter was waiting. the inmates were captured within hours. cool stuff. still ahead, changing the
no corn, wheat or soy. support your active dog's whole body health with purina one. wade county superintendent jim merrill presented his budget to school leaders. among the highlights include a proposed base pay for teachers. $700,000 is being requested to spend on technology in the classroom. turning now to the voter turnout at yesterday's primary election and issues at the polls. voters headed out until the very last minute all across central north carolina. this is the scene in clayton as the polls were closing there. now to fayetteville. lots of voters kept the workers busy all day. this was the scene before polls closed doors at 7:30 last night. you can find all of the results of the races scrolling at the bottom of our screen throughout
we've got a special section of wncn.com dedicated to any and all campaign news. just go to the news tab. if you are heading to the ncaa tournament, you are going to have to remember the experience. >> now a company offers an app that users can share photos with and video business dragging and dropping from one phone to another called photo swipe. >> reporter: for basketball fans, this is the very best time of year. time to stock up on team gear. >> this is what you are all fighting for at the end, just to make it into the tournament and see how far you can go. >> reporter: for those lucky enough to go to the game, a great time to snap, share, and save pictures of all of the action. >> i went to a duke basketball game recently. >> reporter: getting pictures from one device to another is easier than it used to be,
the app was launched in 2014 and has been downloaded 2 million times. >> you don't need to sign up and you don't need to know the contact information. >> reporter: i downloaded the app to try it out. >> i basically swipe them to your phone. >> reporter: the app works for apple and android devices. you don't need the same type of phone to share. >> we can have a thousand per minute. >> reporter: they can transfer photoswipe.com. >> all i have to do is select the photo, swipe it, and the code will appear on the phone. i'll type that code in here, the photo. >> reporter: with the best game in basketball rai around the corner, fans are sure to be snapping pictures.
>> reporter: no doubt, they'll have meanty of photos they want -- plenty of photos they want to share. photo swipe is being used across the globe and it's currently available in seven different languages as well. the duke blue devils are hoping for another successful year in dancing in the ncaa tournament. last year, they won it all. this year, they start as the number four seed in rhode island. the team tweeted out thighs photos. joking in this one that the luggage conveyor belt needs a turbo belt. unc wilmington shared these pictures. it looks like they had a good time getting to providence. now the tough work begins. team members already have the new march madness gear and you can see they are showing it off already and look happy about it, too. david hurst is in providence following all of the action as the teams prepare for
it's part of our team coverage. sports reporter toms gibson will have all of the latest on unc's first round battle with florida's first coast. >> looking forward to the games starting tomorrow. let's go ahead and switch gears to talk about the forecast. we're starting to see brighter conditions spread across the horizon. look at that ray of color. just beautiful as we start off this wednesday morning. 59 degrees right now. let's check temperatures elsewhere. 54 in siler city and durham. one area in the 40s is sanford and lee county 49. actually reporting 61 in moore county. let's go ahead and talk about how long the warm temperatures will hang around. 59 at 8:00 a.m. 75 at noon. then 84 our high. i cannot rule out a stray shower and isolated storm later today. keep in mind, though, most of us will, in fact, stay on the dry side. here's the setup for today.
our west and warm front off to our west. behind that cold front, high pressure is building in. it's not as warm but it will be dry. still warmer than it should be as we head towards tomorrow. for today, let's talk about it as that cold front comes through. we'll start off sunny at 8:00 a.m. heading into the afternoon and evening hours. i think after 3:00 is when we could see that stray shower or storm. here we are at 6:00. we could easily be dealing with unsettled weather. you'll notice our in hi-house model keeping us dry. for the majority of you, you will stay dry. we could see a few clouds at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. other than that, a dry day for thursday. there is a marginal risk for severe weather later today. it really just includes a few counties towards the 95
northern portions of edgecombe county. 85 in sanford. 84 in smithfield, goldsboro and benson. 82 around the virginia border. speaking of the virginia border, 82 in south hill. raleigh and cary today right around 84. overnight tonight, dry and cool with a low near 52. 86 degrees in the raleigh area. both records have the chance for falling today. st. patrick's day tomorrow, and 67 on friday. a chance for a few showers over the weekend will cool us down. that's your latest forecast.
we'll head over to kristin. >> we take a live like outside. traffic volumes are increasing so be prepared for that. outside right now, we have one minor incident to tell you about hear on ridge road. there's an accident at again eden glenn eden drive. march madness round 1 officially kicks off at pnc arena tomorrow. the afternoon games are at 12:20 and the evening games are at 7:20. plan on leaving yourself extra time. we'll send things back to you guys. next year, raleigh police will put 100 body cams into use followed by 250 each year through 2019. police chief deck-brown presented the plans to council on tuesday and the council did pass it.
for the department and is not in response to recent events. >> the issue of body-worn cameras has been around in law enforcement for a number of years. we've been watching the evolution of the body-worn camera. so it's not new technology. it's just new here to raleigh. >> this comes two week as a fatal officer-involved shooting. we'll be right back with more news and weather as we head out this morningp. >> first, let's take a look at what "cbs this morning" is working on for us. good morning, gayle. >> good morning to you, stefan and russ. what's next for runs after marco rubio dropped out. >> plus, concerns over cities installing free wi-fi. could that create a hacker's paradise? >> and why fighting with your teenager could be healthy.
cnn is reporting president obama could name his pick for the supreme court nomination as early as today. he has finished vetting all of his candidates. we'll be on the lookout for that news. attorney general roy copper and pat mccrory will go head-to-head for the race for governor. he pulled ahead with 82% of votes on the republican side while cooper snagged 71%. looking good and a nice sunrise. >> yeah, beautiful sunrise because we're seeing cloud-free skies. we'll continue with that sunshine as we head throughout the morning. later today, we could see a stray shower or form. we're at 58 in raleigh, 58 in durham, siler city and lewisburg. 75 at noon.
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hours from now. marco rubio drops out of after lose is his home state. >> a north american is serving time in north korea off allegations he stole a banner. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. this is another super tuesday for our campaign. >> clinton and trump pile up the delegates. >> i want to congratulation donald trump on his victory, a big victory in florida. >> nothing like it. lies, deceit, viciousness, disgusting reporters, horrible people. >> a long night for donald trump. a speed bump but the question is -- is it a road block? >> i have to thank the people of the great state of ohio. i love you! i love you! >> president to defy republicans and nominate a federal judge to replace the late supreme court