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they said they did see the video. >> but the police chief said he has no plans to release it to the public. >> reporter: 15 minutes ago the attorneys along with the families left the police station after viewing the footage of the police-involved shooting. they didn't comment on what they saw. one of the attorneys said they were able to watch multiple times. this comes after the police chief said he would allow them to see it after they requested it. >> we saw different angles from the body cams. we're making an assessment. we're sure at some point the public will seat -- see the video. we'll let the process work
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as we like. >> we also learned today for the very first time that scott's wife saw the police officer shoot and kill her husband earlier this woke, something she -- week, something she will never forget. the police said scott was armed and the family said scott didn't own a gun and didn't regularly carry a gun. >> when we look at what what's happened across the country we can't talk about those incidents in isolation because we have to look to the root problems. >> reporter: and looking forward top tonight, city leaders are bracing for what could be another chaotic night. it has the scott family calling for a peaceful protest. >> this family does not -- does
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innocent individuals being injured or killed but they do support spit zens and -- citizens to voice their frustration and anger. >> reporter: the governor said he's brought in the national guard as well as hundreds of state troopers. reporting live in charlotte, david hurst, cbs north carolina. the national guard as well charlotte as the city prepares for more demonstrations tonight a vyingful for -- vigil for scott. as the night went on some demonstrators turned violent. one person was even shot and killed. >> there's a lot of information about who did the shooting. we're assessing it.
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so we're investigating that to find the truth, the absolute truth. >> now as the state of emergency is in place, several hundred troopers and members of the national guard are in charlotte. >> primarily their responsibility but it could be changed under the chief of police to help protect the buildings and other structures so the police department can >> the governor mobilized the national guard last night. meanwhile demonstrations in response to scott's death continue across the state. in just under an hour a peace march mr. get underway in downtown durham. cbs north carolina carleigh griffeth is in ccb plaza where people will be gathering shortly. what are the organizer's goals
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peaceful night. they want people to talk and pray about ways to heal this communities. now williams believe there is is a problem with how african- americans are treated by police. he said the shooting in charlotte is prime evidence of that problem but he said rioting is not the way there get their voice heard. he's upset that the queen city is being torn apart in such away so he's asking folks in durham >> our brothers and sisters, black and white, listen to me food. we shouldn't be at odds with each other. we're chris shans. we're supposed to come on common ground and think about everybody. >> now williams says he's hoping tonight's march remains peaceful and he is asking anyone who leave who incites
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live in durham, carleigh griffeth, cbs north carolina. and scott's death has caught national attention. it's part of a larger discussion. jonathan rodriguez is here with what state and national leaders want to see. >> state leaders said they want the federal government to step in. >> and for the second dray in a proprotests in response to mr. scott's death took place in those protests were marred by violence. >> attorney general loretta lynch was quick to call for an end to this. >> i note events of recent days are painfully unclear and three call out for answers, but i also know that the answer will not be found in the violence of recent days. >> reporter: she reemphasized the department of justice and
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>> the congressional black caucus is outraged with the shootings taking place involving unarmed innocent african-american citizens. >> reporter: in d.c., butterfield said it's time to create a new policy. >> there must be a national standard regarding the use of lethal force. body cameras must be required. we must have better training for police officers and officers with a propensity to overreact. >> reporter: she had this message for her fellow north carolinians. >> most of the demonstrators were exercising their right for a peaceful protest. we need your voice and passion but i urge those responsible for bring violence to stop because you're a drowning out the voices of commitment and
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>> reporter: he wants federal authorities to aggressively prosecute unlawful shootings. the carolina panthers and the national football league said they're monitoring the unrest in charlotte. jeff jones has been in contact with officials there and we'll have more coming up in sports. d in the meantime -- in the meantime follow as this story continues to deve the american flag in class met with the superintendent today. >> lee francis said he was simply teach lag lesson about free speech. what kind of punishment was laid down. >> temperatures mainly in the 70s for four days in a row but there may not be a fifth. we'll track them both coming up in the forecast.
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nearly 400 people across the triangle came together for the second annual deah day. >> it honors the three in muslim students shot at chapel hill. the students put finishing touches on the light house, once owned by deah barakat.
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wife and sister-in-law razan. >> to see that happen in a way that fulfills what he would have wanted done with the house, i think on both those levels that's important. >> the name the lighthouse is a direct connection to deah. his name in air back translates to light. >> coming up next, a fayetteville teacher who stepped on the american flag has part of a free speechless son i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures.
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a durham man accused of mrs agricultural lee -- murdering a raleigh man is behind bars. mitchell will be back in court in october. less than 24 hours after locus was found dead, 24-year- old aaron jacobs was found dead in his hospital. a gray car we have an update to a story get lag lot of reaction. a fayetteville teacher said he stepped on the american flag in class as part of a lesson. >> but the siewcht -- superintendent said there are better ways to teach freedom of speech. >> reporter: lee francis said his job here at massey hill high school reanswer in limbo. he's waiting to see if further
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taken by the school. >> i thought it was pan appropriate method of teaching. >> reporter: lee said he has no regrets. on monday a student snapped this photo of francis stepping on an american flag. francis said his demonstration was meant to convey that freedom of speech can be con sprayed in different way oughts lesson was if i am mad, which he was not, i can step on the flag and i h you can't tell me i don't have the right. >> reporter: over the last several days the picture has gone viral. francis said he's also received hundreds of death threats on social media and is seen through email. he also received this email. >> why don't you burn that burning flag up your [ bleep ]. how does that sound? >> reporter: francis is
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he called today's meeting productive. outside the school some remain outraged past what francis did. >> he's teaching our children that it's okay to stopple on a flag and i served a year in vietnam and i just don't agree with his actions. >> i am not afraid of my actions. i'm not afraid. i'm not going to run an unknown when he will hear from the district. we reached out to the district and they said they're still investigating. i'm nate rodgers. >> the district attorney had previously said francis would not face charges. a state law does make desecrating the flag a misdemeanor. people living in a small durham town are able to drink clean local water for the first
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leaks caused petroleum con tam naismghts today, decades later people were able to drink from the well fed water system for the first time in decades to. >> to finally be here after 31 years, this is a remarkable effort. >> this will give rougemont lap chance to get some -- a chance to get development. >> the project cost $2.6 million. this is the first county owned county. well, some of the best places to work in the triangle are being honored. the awards were presented at the crabtree marriott in raleigh. 50 companies were selected. they look at vacation policy, flexible work options and even healthy food options. >> it's a family type organization and people feel
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family. >> this event continues to grope and grow every year. it's our 13th year doing this. >> well, some of the companies honored include red hat, fidelity investment from durham and several start-up companies from the area. >> i'm chief meteorologist wes hohenstein, speaking of best places to work by far we have the >> fall is here and maybe the 90s are gone forever. >> maybe not forever but the rest of the years. of the showers are not gone forever. four delays in a row we had the clouds rain. notes of us saw temperature -- most of us saw temperatures in the 70s. heavy downpours south of the triangle. so south of siler city.
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area. then another one that tries to start here in johnston county and winds up over pine hurst and aberdeen. come back to the east. you see a line developing here over goldsboro through sampson county and cumberland and to the north where you have scattered showers. the showers are moving om east to west, not severe, not flooding rains but showers that will stay around as we head creep into the low 80s today in a few spots thanks to a little bit of sunshine, most of us are in the 70s. that's where we'll stay. 73 by 8:00 with a 30% chance of rain. we'll keep it up through 10:00 and taper off by the overnight hours. tomorrow morning, 20% chance of rain with temperatures around 70 degrees, but there are
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couple degrees warmer. we're talking about getting this hear of low pressure out of here moving to the south. high pressure taking over temporarily and a cold front coming through this weekend. so tomorrow the first full day of fall after fall officially started at 10:20 this morning there's the area of low pressure, a little weaker meaning we'll have some sunshine, especially in the that goes farther south on saturday leaving us with good amounts of sunshine. the tradeoff is temperatures will get close to 90 on saturday. that won't last forever because this cold front comes through. sure it's going to bring us a small chance of rain on sunday but it will bring us noticeably cooler temperatures. so here's your weekend break
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tops out atle -- at 88. we're dry. if you want cooler temperatures but don't mind a few clouds and a small chance of rain sunday looks good as we'll top out in the upper 70s. tomorrow, before we get to the weekend we have morning clouds with afternoon sun a small chance of rain and temperatures that will top out at 81. 80 our friday night football is nash central and bunn. the second half mid-70s but we are dry for friday night football. saturday college football, the tar heels a warm one. sunny and 88. there's the cold front and there's your 10-degree drop in temperatures. the 70s not only here for sunday but most of next week. our warmest days next woke look to be around 80, so welcome the first full week of fall but,
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got some clouds. we've got a stray shower but by the second half of tomorrow things are definitely looking brighter. >> by saturday looking like summer. >> i know. there's apparently some confusion on the whole season change. >> thank you. the big story of course, charlotte with all the confusion. we're waiting to we have happens. jeff jones is here with that answer. >> with the panther stadium a few blocks away of the protest, they woke up with a big question to answer. will the league allow hem to
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i'm roy cooper...and my mom used to teach in this school. she was so proud to be a north carolina teacher. she wouldn't have liked how we've fallen to 41st in teacher pay... 44th in per-student spending... or that governor mccrory tried to cut education funding to its lowest budget share in over 30 years. schools my mom would be proud of. will it or won't it? that's been the question all day regarding the panthers. will the ongoing protest force the charlotte tomorrow to
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fires, rioting looting. it's scary to watch and obviously dangerous to be around. that's why the team and nfl officials met this morning to discuss the increased security at sunday's game. the idea of relocating was discussed but they will keep the game in charlotte at left for now. they said he do state of north carolina. >> i think last night some agitatetors took over and created a situation that wasn't charlotte. i've seen charlotte's true character firsthand. my house burned down, my brother passed, the way the community showed us love, that's charlotte. >> reporter: we'll have a crew at sunday's game.
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the panthers will be in action and looks like they'll play on their home field. the wolfpack are a little over halfway through their bye weak- - bye week. they have time to rest, recover and apparently self-reflect. >> you look at any tendencies that you have and how you can add things in to break te coaching them. maybe they're not getting what we're asking them to or is it personnel driven where you have to replace a scream or a player. >> the wolfpack will take the foamed gen october 1st against wake forest. in less than two hours patriots rookie jacoby brissett will get his first nfl start. that will be against jj watt
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seen right here on cbs north carolina. obviously brissett wants to get that win. this is his first start but historic. the patriots is one of two nfl franchises that has never started a black quarterback. jacoby brissett is about to make history. if brissett plays well tonight could be 6-0. >> awesome. >> looking outside it will be
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m hillary clinton and i donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together.
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: now it's a criminal case. the the tulsa police officer who fatally shot a black motorist is charged with manslaughter. >> a warrant has been issued for her arrest. >> pelley: also tonight, the national guard moves in to charlotte to try to prevent the fatal police shootingf a black man there. a cbs news investigation. did a general delay important intelligence meant for the president? more hack attacks. the white house is a target, and so are half a billion yahoo! accounts. and the president honors the man who put the mo in motown


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