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north carolina news at 4:30 starts now. >> it's personal when this is in our community, and this kind of stuff doesn't normally happen. >> right now on cbs north carolina, after an amber alert, a little girl kidnapped here in north carolina is safe this morning thanks to a massive search chl now, the wilmington man accused of taking her is in court. >> it's a very emotional time for us right now, but i know i'm trying to deal with something i've never dealt with before. a 79-year-old man is set to head to court today after he called 911 and admitted to killing his wife and daughter. plus this. and i will never give up. i'll never walk away, no matter how tough the going gets. >> democratic presidential nominee, hilary clinton, is back
stop here in north carolina. good friday morning. thank you for watching north carolina news. >> happy friday to you. >> good morning to you, as well. we're going to have a look at your morning news and a check on traffic. first, let's check in with meteorologist alyssa for a look at the day's forecast. >> we're starting off certainly on the dry side. this is our satellite radar composite. absolutely no rain being detected. now, if you are stepping out, i know i ran into a little bit of drizzle this morning. that may impact your morning drive, but it's n to slow you down that much. let's get to the current temperature. 70 in raleigh. 69 in durham. upper 60s in roxboro. milder temperatures around fayetteville. 73 there and 72 in pinehurst and ray ford. your forecast for the day ahaed, 80 at lunchtime. high of only 84 this afternoon. can't rule out a stray shower later today but most of you will stay dry. the all-important weekend forecast ahead in about ten minutes. >> thank you.
kidnapping a six-year-old is expected to be in court today. >> new hanover county deputies say the girl was playing in her yard near carolina beach when she was abducted. she was later found chained to a tree in a wooded area miles from her home. cbs north carolina's david hurst joins us live in studio with reaction and really relief. >> it's a parents' worst nightmare but a fortunate ending as a six-year-old was found safe thursday morning. police say someone kidnapped castro while she was playing outside her home. an amber alert went out and 15 hours later, a k-9 unit led police to her in a wooded area a few miles to her home. witnesses say she was chained to a tree. police took 46-year-old douglas edwards into custody. the wilmington man is a registered sex offender released from prison back in 2012. authorities say they do not believe edwards knew the girl. >> it was the worst day for us
her, if she was doing okay. >> the six-year-old was taken to the hospital, but the family tells us she is in good condition and is expected to be released today. back to you. >> all right. david, thank you cht we move now to some breaking overnight news. fire crews from chat ham and wake hounties responded to a fire at a business around 2:00 this morning. firefighters responded to boise cascade wood. no one was hurt. no word on what caused this fire. a a cumberland county courtroom, accused of killing his wife and daughter. police say bobby king shot and killed his 84-year-old wife, dorothy, and 54-year-old daughter cynthia early yesterday morning and then called 911 to admit it. authorities say he did not provide a motive. a family member told cbs north carolina he suffered from depression and dementia. a funeral will take place today for the shelby police officer shot and killed in the
officer tim brackey was serving a warrant when police say he was shot. officer brackeen died two days after being shot. he leaves behind a wife and a child. governor pat mcrory will attend his funeral. a man in new york city is in critical condition. police say officers confronted 32-year-old when they say they saw from the wheel of a car he apparently was living in. after a brief chase, he hacked an off-duty detective's face with an 11-inch meat cleaver. police shot him and detective was treated for his injuries. turning now to campaign 2016, hilary clinton is back at work trying to win votes to get into the white house. her first stop returning to the campaign trail after recovering from pneumonia is north carolina.
had a cough that turned out to be pneumonia. i -- i tried to power through it but even i had to admit that maybe a few days of rest would do me good. >> clinton spoke to the crowd at unc greensboro for a little more than 20 minutes. she addressed key topics including the acc and ncaa pulling tournament events out of the tarheel state. she says house bill 2 amounts to saying north carolina voters do not trust clinton. her supporters say it's donald trump that voters don't trust. this morning, trump's campaign is trying to shut down speculation the republican nominee still believes president obama was not born in the u.s. yesterday trump unveiled his economic plan he says will create millions of jobs. >> under our plan, the economy will average 3.5% growth and
jobs. you can visit our web site. just look at the math. it works. >> trump returns to north carolina next week. he has two stops planned tuesday, the first a rally at high point university. that's at noon. and in keatonsville for a 5:00 event. in the hb2 battle, evangelist franklin graham, billy graham's son is, quote, outraged over the acc's decision to pull championship games out of north carolina. in a letter to the commissioner, he called political pawns of student athletes. he also went onto say companies and organizations now boycotting the state are guilty of, quote, profound hypocrisy. during a radio interview scheduled today with governor pat mcrory, we expect him to address the controversy surrounding house bill 2. yesterday for the first time since they pulled championships, mcrory spoke about the decision in charlotte. communities across the state are expected to lose millions of
come forward saying they think the legislature should consider repeelg house bill 2. mcrory criticized the ncaa and acc for how they characterized the state. >> that's not the type of state we are, and i don't know of one example that the media has brought up where we've discriminated against anyone at our arena or football stadium or anyone else. >> i'm hoping the movement you've heard about this week means there are people here interested in fixing it so this is a one-time hit and not a five-year hit. >> the governor will be today on the american pastor's network. his interview begins at noon. let's head to the roads right now. here is allie with a check. good morning. >> good morning. happy friday to you if you are heading out the door bright and early on 540, 440, 40 moving well. no accidents to report to you as you head out the door. if you are traveling through durham, roads look just as good, and down through fayetteville, the time to get out there this morning not too much going on, on the roads out there.
do have howell street to fort bragg fairgrounds closed. your detour is i-295. access control point for some construction there. flying out today, no trouble at the airport. looks like all your flights will be arriving at these major airports on time or at least to la guardia. i checked, though. other major airports, you'll also be arriving on time there. time right now is 4:38. police officers are under investigation this morning after 13-year-old in ohio. later, what investigators say happened and who is looking into this case. plus, apple's iphone 7 is available today sort of. in just about two minutes, why you will not be able to get your
preorder one, don't plan onlining up outside any apple stores. they are already sold out of the iphone 7. this one getting a lot of attention because apple is bringing back the traditional black phone. apple says the iphone 7 and 7 plus are water resistant, have improved battery life, and new camera features. so i guess you don't really have to worry about the weather for standing outside because you won't have to be there in the first place, right? >> that's exactly right. so 70 degrees our temperature right now. this is a live picture from our tower camera. lookou pretty much all quiet. no rain, no even fog to really contend with as we do start off our day. keep that um prel la nearby, though, because i can't promise you we'll stay dry throughout the afternoon. let's get to these current temperatures. we are in the 60s northward. 66 in henderson and lewisberg. right now, lillington, you are reporting 71 along with clinton. those low 70s stick around through pinehurst, rayford and fayetteville, as well.
you'll barely notice it on your windshield. 70 degrees by 8 a.m. 80 at lunchtime and 84 for an afternoon high. nowhere near as warm as where wech been. stray shower possible through 6:00 this evening, then as we head into the coming days, does look like those mid 80s will stick around tomorrow. back to 88 by sunday. i'll have a closer look at that weekend forecast in just a little bit. the time right now is 4:42. still to come, a woman in new york is charged in connection with the death of her and the misdemeanor charges she now faces. plus this. >> this is what we do the job for right here, kids like sam. >> later, why police officers in texas staged such a special texas staged such a special you know your heart loves megared omega-3s... but did you know your eyes, your brain, and your joints really love them too? introducing megared advanced 4in1... just one softgel
time from the hospital this morning. >> witnesses say authorities found stephanie lopez castro in a wooded area near her home chained to a tree. 46-year-old douglas edwards is facing a kidnapping charge. he is expected in court today. also, a suspected serial killer in ohio is expected to be arraigned today on murder and kidnapping charges. police captured sean gray after a woman he allegedly abducted called 911. authorities later found the remains of two other women today for the shelby police officer shot and killed in the line of duty. officer tim brackeen was serving a warrant when police say he was shot by 23-year-old irving fenner. >> oh my god! oh my god! they shooting! >> in ohio, police shot and killed a 13-year-old boy after thinking his bb gun was a real one. it started with the report of an armed robbery as officers tried to take the suspects into custody, they say one of the
believe was a weapon, prompting officers to fire, killing him. >> this is what that gun looked like. in addition to this appearance, it also had a laser light attached to it right underneath the barrel. our officers carry a gun that looks practically identical to this weapon. >> evidence from wednesday's shooting will automatically be involved will face charges. i will light you up. get out now! >> wow! >> get out of the car. >> the family of sandra bland, who you see in this video here, reached a $1.9 million settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit three days after officers arrested the texas woman, bland was found dead of an apparent suicide in her jail cell. a special inspection report later found that jailers were
an ex-convict who posted anti-islamic rants online confessed to setting fire to a florida mosque. it's the same mosque that the orlando nightclub shooter occasionally attended. an arrest affidavit says 32-year-old joseph michael shriver also says he was embarrassed by the crime and never intended to hurt anyone. no one was injured in the fire. the fire took place on the 15th anniversary of the september 11th terrorist attacks. a new york woman will appear inrt connection with the death of her two-and-a-half-year-old boy twins. investigators say heather ace left the boys alone at their home for an hour and a half. that's when a fire started inside the boys' bedroom. investigators do not know what started the fire. their 25-year-old mother is now charged with two misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of a child. bipartisan lawmakers are pushing the president not to pardon edward snowden. a newly-released report says he's not a whistleblower, as he
documents he stole were military and defense secrets that had nothing to do with americans' privacy. snowden insists he helped the country by revealing secret domestic surveillance programs. former charlotte mayor pat cannon is out of prison and in a presidential reentry program here in raleigh. he was sentenced after pleading guilty to accepting more than $50,000 from undercover agents while serving as mayor. he took over as mayor in december of 2013 and was arrested four months later in march. at the university of south carolina is suspended because of misconduct. a pledge had to go to the hospital last week because he had too much to drink and had injuries to his face. the fraternity had no comment. this now leaves four fraternities under suspension at the school with five others on probation. >> most of us are just trying to have, like, a good time and, like, get to know the community and stuff like that. we are trying to contribute, but it's just a few individuals are making bad choices and it's
all public colleges to keep a web site listing fraternity and sorority violations. that's where you can see all of the violations at usc. the act was named after a clemson fraternity member who died in 2014. tropical storm julia continues to be a problem for much of south carolina and georgia. the slow-moving system weakened then strengthened again overnight. the storm dumped record rain in parts of florida and georgia so it keeps toggling, alyssa storm, tropical depression. what's the latest? >> well, the latest, it is a tropical storm, and it's way off the coast of south carolina, not really bringing any rain to the coastal areas. so it's 70 degrees right now. here is a live picture from our raleigh durham international airport. we'll get the latest track in just a moment, but i want to talk about our conditions first. temperatures south were pretty mild this morning. look at fayetteville, 73 degrees. 72 in pinehurst and ray ford.
as you head out the door this morning, temperatures should be close to 70 degrees at 8 a.m. not really tracking any fog this morning so that's a welcome change from where we were yesterday. the big changes it's a little breezy out there taking any foggy conditions with it. 75 at 10 a.m. this morning. 80 then at lunchtime. you will notice we only get to 84 this afternoon. that is the closest to seasonal that we have been all week long. yesterday, as a matter of fact, we hit 90 again. we peel be back to 81 by 6:00 th e here's the setup for today. tropical storm julia is still south of our air off the coast of south carolina. it's really not moving forward because this front is holding it south. that front is also close enough to us to bring us a stray shower later this afternoon. most of us are going to stay dry. good news for any high school games going on this evening. now, as far as the timing is concerned, let's take a look at our future forecast. partly to mostly cloudy skies this morning. we'll see more sunshine throughout the afternoon hours.
i don't think we'll see that much rain as what we were seeing on this in-house model. overnight tonight, we should be on the dry side. as we head throughout our saturday, again, sun and clouds, a few showers or storms possible in the afternoon. should wash out the state game that's going on tomorrow at 6:00. so here's the latest on tropical storm julia. yes, it is a tropical storm. it's located about 215 miles south-southeast of cape fear here in north carolina. so movement at southeast at about fiil just meandering really off the coast of south carolina/georgia. really going to continue to weaken over the next few days. could become a tropical depression as early as tomorrow, a remnant low as we head into early next week chl winds, though, really not extending out from the center very far so they are not feeling those winds across the coastal areas of georgia or south carolina. 84 our high today in raleigh. 83 in durham. mid 80s around the fayetteville area. then overnight tonight, we should drop to near 67 degrees.
comfortable. 85 our high tomorrow. small chance for a shower or storm. it will be warmer sunday afternoon. 88 there. 87 on monday. that's the best chance for rain, and most of us starting to see drier conditions by next tuesday. 4:52, let me hand it over to allie. >> good morning. you can see things are moving pretty well through the construction zone there. if you take a look at our maps, all green, which means no delays. if you are heading on 540, 440, no incidents to report to you there. if we take you down into fayetteville 95 corridor and local roads towards fort bragg, no problems to let you know about there. we do have brag boulevard closed today. a very busy road there. that is going to have you taking a detour. that detour is posted on my facebook page. airport travel conditions look good. if you are flying today's major airports, no delays. take you back outside to i-440
>> i agree. i'm with you there. >> thanks a lot. time right now is 4:52. still ahead, a bridge is glowing blue right now to remember a little boy kidnapped and killed decades ago in minnesota. in just three minutes, when a memorial service will honor the life of jacob. before we get to that story and head to break, here is a look at what's coming up later on cbs this morning. >> i'm sharly rose. coming up, the united states ambassador to the united nations ?? you didn't listen to your parents. you ignored every piece of advice. you failed over, and over, and over. and look where it got you.
s than ever! maybelline's fit me make it happen maybelline new york. right now, raleigh police are searching for a bank robber. police say this man here we're about to show you robbed the feft third bank on six forks road just before noon yesterday. they say he gaef a teller a note and got away with some csh any information, you are urged to call police. through sunday, a bridge in minnesota will glow blue to honor the life of jacob. danny i had kidnapped, sexually assaulted and killed the 11-year-old in 1989. earlier this month, he led authorities to his remains. a memorial service will take place for jacob on sunday. the bridge is lit blue representing child abuse. tomorrow, hundreds of people are expected to attend an event
for. someone beat faith to death four years ago in her chapel hill apartment. police still have not found her killer. tomorrow from noon to 5:00, you can buy a barbecue lunch in support at the building in hollister. the money supports two scholarships for native american college freshmen. police officers invaded a texas neighborhood, all for a six-year-old boy. sammy wrote a letter to police thanking them for friends. he also said he was, quote, thankful for them putting the bad people in jail. sammy's mom shared the letter, and it ended up getting to the fort worth police force. officers wanted to say you're welcome to sammy in a very special way, and so they did. >> i love you so much. >> i love you too. >> was this a neat surprise? >> uh-huh. >> i'm never going to be able to top this, am i? >> huh-uh. >> police officers say kids like sammy are the reason why they do their jobs. austin police honored one of
diesel has been with the department since 2011. he's an 8-year-old belgium dog who has helped make 55 total arrests. he's retiring because of medical conditions. he's, you know, done with the job. he'll now live with his handler and hopefully be very, very happy in retirement. did you see that cake? >> yeah, i saw the cake. i've been hungry all morning already so you knew i saw the cake. >> cute story. all right, time right now is 4:57. >> r having fun, hugging everybody, kissing everybody. she's so happy. she just want to be with mom and dad and the friends, and she want to go back to school. >> and aren't we happy to report this good news? a little girl kidnapped from her neighborhood is safe and is expected to leave the hospital today. also coming up in our next half hour. why we expect to learn more today about the suspect and the case. keep it here. you're watching cbs north
north carolina news at 5:00 starts now. >> when they found, thanks to god. >> right now on cbs north carolina, a kidnapped little girl from the wilmington area is safe this morning after rescuers find her tied to a tree. plus this. is there any way you can get out of the building? >> i don't know without waking him, and i'm scared. >> a in ohio after a 911 call led to his arrest. >> and this. donald trump's campaign says he now believes president obama was born in the united states after hilary clinton blasted her republican rival for his past birther beliefs. i'm hannah daniels in new york. i'll have more on campaign 2016 coming up. a busy morning to get to. happy friday to you first.
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