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>> good morning, everyone. thank you for watching north carolina news at 6:00 a.m. i'm russ bowen. >> good morning, everyone. i'm stefan chase. glad to have you along. ali warshavski is here with the morning commute. >> oh, that one. >> we turn to alyssa for let us know. let's head to our forecast from the tower camera. it's 68-degrees and we're looking live over the beltline. it's that time of morning where more people are starting to get going and will be a dreary start to our day so let's start with isolated showers that have been reaching ground across person, orange, durham, granville county in wake
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the time being, can't stress that enough. doesn't matter if you see dry conditions this morning or not. there will be a better chance of rain for the afternoon so you still need to find that umbrella for the weekend. 66 durham, 68 raleigh, 69 lillington. fayetteville falling a few degrees but 70 degrees there, 64 henderson and lewisburg, 67 in roxboro. as you look at the day ahead, a few snow showers the drive in, 69, muggy, actually, and chance of rain for this afternoon, 78 our high, cloudy and wet. the evening drive home will take you longer, 76 by 6:00 p.m. a closer look at the forecast and rain chances that will continue in a little it. we are following breaking news from rocky mount this morning. >> an amber alert is in effect as police continue to search for a child abducted.
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>> reporter: rocky mount police have confirmed already this morning the child was asleep in her mother's car when it was stolen around midnight this morning. take a look. this is 2-year-old nevaeh richardson last wean seen in a white t-shirt. girl inside could be a devour green mitsubishi endeavor. there's a spare tire on the front left side and dent on the right back door. there's a "live, laugh, love" sticker on the back of it. we have little information about the suspect and police are unsure if the car is in the area.
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lauren haviland, cbs north carolina. more breaking news from moore county. two people are in the hospital after an overnight house fire in whispering pines. firefighters were called to the home on pine lake drive around 3:30 this morning. they were able to quickly get flames under control and the people inside were able to make it out but sadly, their six pets died in the fire and seven other pets had to be taken to local vets. > against donald trump, hillary clinton is on the campaign trail. >> one stop is in raleigh. justin quesinberry will have more on the story. >> hillary clinton will rally supporters at wake county technical college. at 11:00 a.m., door will open to the physical education building. >> she will speak at 1:00
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envision her "stronger together" slogan. both candidates differed on their support of trade agreements. it will be her first visit since the unrest in the queen city, something she touched on briefly last night. he had to postpone a past visit because of the situation. >> we'll talk about donald trs hour. a man is due in court to face new charges for a shooting. one of the men hurt in the shooting has died. as a result, authorities are upgrading charges against anthony neal. one person was hurt and a second person was not hit. the psychiatric facility in wake county serves patients
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carolina county. the old building had been around 130 year and faced problems so crews built a new three-story, $138 million facility. an investor is increasing pressure on lawmakers to get rid of house bill 2. 60 want the controversial legislation repealed. >> there are concerns including clients asking for north carolina-free portfolio. think about that. i have clients asking carolina-free portfolios including divested from municipal bonds. >> this is more of the same corporate bullying across america to force people to violate the privacy and protection of their daughters, their wives, their sisters, and their mothers in public bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers. >> the investors working with $2 trillion wanted to voice concerns about the law this past summer but heard a
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statement, the governor said "it was the height of hypocrisy to tell the state what to do." good morning. it's 6:00 on this tuesday. i-4 40, things moving well. 440 by wake forest road, a crash not causing congestion in the area. so far major highways are moving well, same thing through durham on the freeway on 40, 85, no accidents to re fayetteville, moving well and local roads, no problem getting to work on time. a look at southbound drive times on u.s. 1 from 540 downtown, 16 minutes, i-540 downtown, 12, and better breakdown, the longest stretch of the commute winn road and not too bad at old irwin road,
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>> it's almost 6:07 now. things go from bad to worse for a driver in texas. how he ended up in a dangerous situation. a chase spans several counties in california. how the dramatic scene came to an end. alyssa? temperatures are quite mild, 64 roanoke rapids and lewisburg but 69 tar borrow. we're fracking rain for the commute and will have the
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narrator: look up the facts on richard burr. one-point-one million dollars. that's public record. and richard burr wrote a plan to privatize medicare. "new profits for private insurers would be as high as sixteen to twenty-six billion." but seniors would pay nine percent more for medicare. richard burr is looking out for himself and the insurance industry... not you.
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governor mccrory is promising to help people in eastern north carolina any way that he can as the region recovers from historic flooding. he and other officials toured areas of berthoud county. downtown windsor was hardest hit with some businesses gutted.
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water rescues last week. you have to feel for those folks. >> um-hmm. we're talking historical flooding now. >> they had over a foot of flooding and we could have more rain this week as well. i'm thinking more rain chances today and tomorrow so something we will be watching. let's take a look from your tower camera. most of us are starting dry. key word "mo scans skies on the big picture, doesn't look like anything is going on. portions of person county, off- and-on again showers, mecklenburg county but, really, latest ten minutes or so, most of that is dried up so we'll have to wait before we see the next chance of rain start to move in. 66 durham, 68 raleigh, 68 lillington, 70 fayetteville,
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rocky mount are near 68. the bus stop forecast very important, cloudy with a few isolated showers this morning, better chance for rain into the afternoon, 78 our afternoon high today and as we head into the coming days, you'll see increased rain chance hang around for tomorrow, 76. we'll stay in the mid-70s thursday but just a smaller chance for rain there. by friday, i think we will finally see, finally, a dry day to the work week and looks first weekend of october, is looking nice. i'll break down those change in your complete forecast. >> thank you. scary moments for a driver trapped in flooding monday morning. you can see the driver on top of the car trying to grab onto a ladder but as they tried to grab it, he slip and nearly falls into the creek. he's able to get on top of the car and managed to grab the
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attempt. he said the navigation app led him into the high wears. a shy-speed chase in california ends with a suspect trying to jump from an overpass. deputies were called to a casino for reports of a suspicious car but when they got there, the car took off, hitting speeds of 100 miles an hour. after two hours, the suspect stopped and got out of the car with a weapon. during the standoff, the suspect planned to jump off the bridge but a deputy managed to sneak up behind him him to the ground. the time right now is 6:12 on your tuesday. how one local city is trying to change the punishment for having certain amounts of marijuana. >> oh, man, 102 in december. don't let his old age fool you. a phoenix man is still going strong.
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well, it took nearly 30 years but police in goldsboro are closing a cold case with a season behind bars. over the weekend, authorities arrested sylvester braswell for sexual assault investigation from 1987. police said he raped a woman who had just left the pizza inn but wasn't identified until now. he is facing several charges including first-degree rape and first-degree kidnapping police are trying to figure out who's responsible. police said eight people were inside brown's garage on hillsboro street. the men told the workers and customers to get on the ground and give up their money. workers said one of the mechanics was shot in the leg after trying to run away. police said thieves got away
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phones. police officers will issue citations for misdemeanor marijuana charges. its will reduce the tension between african-american community and durham police department but the national group calm, which opposes any marijuana legalization, said the normalization of marijuana is detrimental to our society. a weekend for an army veteran in phoenix. he got the chance to go on a special ride thanks to and family. he is 101 years old and has been riding harley davidson motorcycles since he was 10. there he goes. he worked for the company for 24 years so the local vfw and harley club had that chance to go on a ride through the streets of phoenix. trust us by saying being a tough reporter can be tough at times. that's true when it comes to animals on live report. a san diego reporter found that out the hard way.
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what -- where is this going? >> is reporter was at the san diego zoo and came face-to-face with a friendly baby giraffe. video of the encounter is becoming pretty popular online. you can watch it a long time. >> that's pretty adorable. >> so fun. i love doing segments with an mams time with a tarantula. yeah. it bit someone. [ overlapping conversation ] >> oh, no. >> pigs and insects i'll stay away from. >> how about bacon tarantula? let's talk the forecast.
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shaw university, a dry start, no fog or rain in this direction, which is good news. some of you have seen a few showers the past few hours. most of you will be dry so we'll see some of this rain today. it's moving quickly into our area, bringing cloudy skies and showers likely as the front comes through, maybe an isolated storm. the catch is it's not going to move a lot tomorrow. it has bee portions of the state, bringing more wet weather for the afternoon and even thursday, we could see a few showers so here's where the rain is falling, back to the west. boone, asheville seeing wet rocks and approaching charlotte but here locally, you can see on and off again showers in person, warren counties.
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don't be surprise if the ground is damp towards roxboro as you get up and going this morning. hour by hour forecast -- temperature of 69 at 8:00 a.m. at 10:00 a.m., 73. still in the 70s towards noon today and we don't get out of the 70s this afternoon, 78 our afternoon high, scattered showers in our forecast into the afternoon. actually, a better chance this afternoon than what you will see for the morning dr need to find the umbrella before you head out the door. showers at 8:00 a.m. they will continue through noon today and as we head into the afternoon, more scattered showers started to develop for us and could continue with a stray shower that in the forecast.
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week and certainly don't need it. we're loot not looking at deficits but could help out for sure. we have rain chances taper off thursday. that's good news. we'll see sunshine by thursday and tried. 66 right now durham. raleigh, 68, 68 littleton and clayton and 66 south hill. going city by city today, 78 fayetteville. overnight tonight, around 65. we're pretty cloudy and mild with a few isolated showers. we'll go ahead and look at the chance of scattered showers tomorrow and most of our area tomorrow under a marginal risk for severe weather, damaging wind gusts in our forecast. again, the threat will be isolated in nature. we'll see sunshine return and 74 on friday and nice, sunny
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weekend ahead and will feel great, very fall-like, mid-to- upper 70s, lows during the time in the 50s. it's 6:21 right now. that's your latest forecast. let me hand it to ali. good morning. outside to the aviation parkway near 540, things are pretty good out there. so far, so good on 540, 440, 40 -- really not too much going on. through durham, 85 get to work on time and local roads are looking well. glenwood to u.s. 64, 17 minutes there on 440 from i-40 to capital boulevard, about 10. glenwood avenue, two. capital boulevard, about four. a good start. nc 54 in cary quiet at 6:21 as well. >> currently 6:21 right now.
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biggest company in the whole world. how markets react to disney buying a major social network. and new revelations about the company that makes epipen
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six years ago, my mother was murdered. her name was kathy taft, and she had touched so many children's lives
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er murderer if roy cooper hadn't fixed the problems at the state crime lab that he discovered when he became attorney general. now governor mccrory is attacking mr. cooper, trying to gain politically from the pain of victims and families. governor, please stop. one of the biggest social networks could have a new owner and a week after the company's ceo testified on capitol hill, we're learning just how much money mylan makes on epipens. jill wagner joins from the floor of the new york stock exchange. hello, jill. >> reporter: good morning, russ. mylan makes a lot more than heather bresch said.
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"the wall street journal" said the $100 figure had reached of taxing 37.5% from profits, even though it pays less in corporate tax. twitter is reportedly getting close to a sale. sales rose 3% on report that disney is looking to buy twitter. on friday, shares surge 21%. alphabet are putting together bids. twitter has struggled ai what's happening with this new gift card this holiday season? >> reporter: okay, uber will start selling gift cards from $15 to $500, available in about 35,000 stores including wal- mart, target, cvs. >> i think they will do really well. a lot of people would love to have that in their stocking. everybody i know uses uper. >> yeah. >> reporter: gift cards you
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maybe you can load up the app as soon as you get the gift card and throw it away. that would be the easiest thing. >> reporter: a great idea. >> we'll see you tomorrow. thanks, jill. >> you can give one to me and i'll upload or download -- >> and give one to me, meaning there's no point to gift because it's an even exchange. it's 6:26. there's a highly- anticipated showdown expected to draw millions of viewers. a look a debate. and before you head out the door this morning, the forecast
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>> good morning, everyone. thanks for watching at 6:30 in the morning. i'm russ bowen. >> i'm stefan chase. we have alyssa corfont with the forecast. >> good morning, guys, and good
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to be honest, they're not going anywhere any time soon. we'll have a good chance of rain throughout the day. a few isolated showers from time to time across portions of orange and person county. other than that, most of us have stayed on the dry side and these temperatures are pretty mild at 68 in raleigh and clayton and lillington. fayetteville, at one point, low- to-mid- 70s. you dropped to 70 so that's an improvement from earlier this 66 south hill and 64 henderson. your forecast for the day ahead, a few showers out the door at 8:00 a.m., 69 there, 76 at lunchtime, mild. we'll call it muggy as well, 78 with showers likely for an afternoon high, and it does look like scattered showers could continue and slow you down for the evening commute home, 76 by 6:00 p.m. this evening. i'm tracking a good chance for rain tomorrow. i'll let you know the timing on that in your complete storm
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hillary clinton will campaign in our area today. >> she's going to speak at wake technical community college one day after her debate with republican donald trump. cbs' justin quesinberry is live at the college with a look. >> reporter: i will step out of the way and you can see a few supporters -- three, to be exact -- are already lined up. one man told me he came from winston-salem to hear hillary clinsp spots. doors open at 11:00 at the physical education billing. she will deliver remarks at a north carolina democratic party event at 1:00 p.m. clinton will outline for her vision for "an america that is stronger together and puts families first." she will discuss her plan for the economy. the economy was something she and trump debated last night, particularly their differences on support for trade agreements
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to the state since unrest in the queen city, something she touch on briefly last night. she had to postpone a planned visit to the queen city this past weekend because of the situation there. both clinton's campaign and that of republican rival donald trump have made many stops in our state. in many given week, they will send a candidate or family member or vice presidential candidate to speak. north cana race with just 42 days left. while hillary clinton is in raleigh today, donald trump will campaign in florida. live in raleigh, justin quesinberry, cbs north carolina. >> thank you, justin. it's one of the most anticipated debate in memory. >> the battle of- hofstra was
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>> you haven't done it. >> -- and i have been -- >> reporter: the first of the three anticipated presidential debates was anything but friendly. >> hillary has experience but it's bad experience. >> i know you live in your own reality. >> reporter: the debate focused on topics many have heard before. >> i will release my tax returns when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted. >> it was a mistake, and i take responsibility for that. >> reporter: topics of race, national security, and jobs dominate pointed attacks making headlines. >> i don't believe she has the stamina to be president of this country. you need tremendous stamina. >> a man who can be provoked by a tweet should not have his fingers near the nuclear code. >> reporter: many question if he is prepared to lead a nation. >> i'm prepared to be president, and i believe that's a good thing. >> reporter: trump accused clinton of being soft on crime. >> secretary clinton doesn't
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and that's "law and order." and we need law and orderer. >> reporter: trump reacted to his performance. >> i think we got our point across. she's not going to make america great again. she has been saying these things for year and nothing ever happens. >> reporter: while clinton stopped by a watch party to thank cheering supporters. >> we were able to talk about what we want to do to get the economy working for everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: candidates are on the trail in battleground jamie yuccas, cbs news, hempstead, new york. >> people across our area came together to watch the debate. republicans held a watch party at rallywood cinema and grill. they even changed the marquee. trump supporters hope with a large audience that watched the debate he was able to win over people who question his temperament. >> democrats held parties of their own last night.
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one of them atrophy brewing company. supporters talked about what clinton needs to do with the race in north carolina being so close. leaders of the state democratic party said this sake chance for clinton to show the contrast on key issues. we need to get back to breaking news we have been following from rocky mount. in it's an amber alert in effect and police search for a child that was abduct. lauren aver from rocky mount with the story. >> police confirm that the toddler was asleep in her mother's car when it was stolen around midnight. here's 2-year-old nevaeh richardson, last seen in a t- shirt with a rainbow in front. the car was stolen with the 2-
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police said the stolen vehicle that the two could be in is a 2004 green mitsubishi endeavor. the suv has a spare tire on the front left side and dent on the right back door. there's also a "live, laugh, love" sticker on the back of it. we have little information about the suspect himself. rocky mount police are not saying whether they know if the two are in the area and ask call 911. we have all the information on our website, live in rocky mount, lauren haviland, cbs north carolina. be on the lookout for the car. not too much on the roads, i-40 and lassiter mill roads, starting to get busy as people head to the roads. you can see all green, meaning no accidents out there just yet
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if you're heading through durham, same thing -- 40, durham freeway moving well and as we take you to fayetteville, 95 no, accidents to report there. fort bragg if you're heading there to work, you will get there on time. the research triangle park from durham to the freeway, five minutes there, ten minutes nc 55, and usm, 15 minutes as whelp. pack outside to 540 at capital boulevard, a lot at 6:36 this morning. body cameras are topic of debate for law enforcement across the country. >> find out how much more money a local police department is getting to start its own program. temperatures before you get ready to head out the door, 6 smithfield, 69 clinton and fold borrow, mid-60s for goldsboro. i will have [music] >> dr. stanley: we can understand and realize, it's through the gospel that you and
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well, we wanted fall -- we got some fall. we have some rain coming. >> just wait until this upcoming weekend if you want fall-like weather. we will be brutally comfortable by then. 68 and partly cloudy. sunrise doesn't happen until 7:07. plenty of camera. as you look at the drive time forecast, upper 60s and those temperatures aren't going to move a lot through 8:00 a.m. this morning, small rain chances for the morning drive in, 71 by 9:00 this morning. so a look at your satellite and radar composite will show where the rain is really falling and it's, to be honest with you, to the west. the cold front approaching area today, sparking, in some cases, widespread showers. we're certainly going to see
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some green in person county. other than that, we're dry. now, it has rained at times through portions of person, orange, and durham counties so those areas of kid are standing in the grass for the bus stop. the ground could be damp. otherwise most of us dealing with pretty dry conditions. now, visibility fluctuating, 4 miles sanford and lewisburg but below a mile and a half in siler city, fog not a concern for us in the 5 miles smithfield and goldsboro. i'll let you know if it gets worse. in the meantime, planning day, lunchtime, showers, 76. we'll make it to 78 for an afternoon high, showers likely into the evening drive home so find the umbrella as you head for the door this morning. i will have more on the rain chances for the rest of the work week in a little bit. russ? >> 6:40 in the morning. a look at the magical moment in miami as a team works
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>> you do not deserve to be the mayor of this fine city. taking their protest from the streets to city hall, what they called for last night in the wake of the city's ongoing protests. we blindfolded dale and told him to find the chicken with no antibiotics. the thing is, by federal law, all chickens must be clear of antibiotics before they leave the farm. how's it going, dale? workin' on it! some chicken companies try to get you to spend more money without antibiotics." at sanderson farms, we don't believe in gimmicks like that. well, how'd i do? no antibiotics to worry about here. hmmm...that was easy.
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hundreds of people in charlotte are bringing their concerns straight to city leaders. >> they crowded e police chief. last week, keith lamonte scott was shot and killed. >> one little girl made a tearful plea. >> [ sobbing ] our fathers and mothers are killed and we can't even see them any more and it's a shame we have to go to their grave
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tear and we shouldn't have tears. >> a man was killed by a civilian during a protest last week but for the most part, protests have been peaceful. a deadly shooting at a burger king. authorities said john mark coffee of warsaw pointed a gun at an officer before being killed 143 shots were fire. police later learned the shotgun was unloaded and the district attorney said they saw a threat and acted. law enforcement agencies around the country is getting money for body cam. raleigh is getting $600,000 in a grant. the department of justice said
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21st century policing. marlins took the field against the new york mets day after learning one of the teammates, jose fernandez, died in a boating accident. >> something amazing happened. >> the first home run of the season for dee gordon. >> the world watched in amazement as the first batter hit it over the wall. >> this was dee gordon's first homer of the season and you can see the teammates getting emotional as that crosses home plate. >> it breaks down and after the game, the marlins left the pitcher's mound and left their hat in tribute. the whole team wore number 16,
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>> a huge impact. >> up-and-comer. bright future. >> amazing. >> the baseball world will miss him. >> gave me chills, first pitch of the game. how cool is that? let's get to the forecast. 68 degrees, pretty dreary from the raleigh-durham international airport, pretty quiet. there's not a loof this direction and hasn't rained at the airport yesterday so fairly dry around wake county. you have seen some wet weather up to our north, and over the last few hours, most not reaching ground right now. the cold front to our west will be the big influence for today's forecast with widespread showers throughout the afternoon and the front won't move much wednesday and
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chance of wet weather tomorrow so the next stop would be us and i think rain chances will go up later today. no rain scanning the skies and we have person counties and the ground may be damp. at 8:00 a.m., 60s and we'll climb in the 70s and won't get out of the 70s this afternoon. a few passing showers and 78 our afternoon high. the better chance of showers after 3:00 this afternoon.
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we head into scattered showers as the cold front approaches this afternoon. we don't think anything will turn severe. most of us are on the cloudy side and rain chance wednesday afternoon. this will have a chance of storms. scattered rain chances today they're starting to be a light at the end tunnel with isolated chance and sunshine by thursday and more sunshine by friday. so temperatures, if you're get ready to head out the door, 64 henderson and lewisburg, 70 in fayetteville, 68 in raeford. the city by city for you, 70s raleigh and durham, making it to 82 in fayetteville, and overnight tonight, passing
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actually a few degrees cooler than this morning and we had to head to wednesday with a chance of shower or storm. a few storms could develop. thursday, peeks of sun, more sunshine and dry weather friday and will be around for the in the 50s. looks really nice for the weekend. good morning. roads don't look too bad, i-540 and is crowded but otherwise pretty good out there. look at our maps, no accidents yet, 540 east or west, 440, same thing, and heads up going
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today in brentwood and carolyn drive, we have emergency sewer repair going on. 85, 70, 40, fayette, 95 corridor, and accident-free. if you're heading webs on 540 to glenwood, wade avenue, and the longest stretch is capital to there. durham freeway, more headlights we'll see more headlights joining them. >> 6:50 in the morning. we'll be right back with news before you go. before you go. >> and here' after over 20 years in congress, senator richard burr has been making washington work... for himself. burr voted 5 times to raise his own pay, while his net worth has increased over 500%...
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on a bill to make insider trading by congressmen illegal, burr voted no, calling the law a waste of time. that's how 20 years in washington has changed richard burr.
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here's a quick look at news before you go. america is trying to answer just one question this morning. who won last night's presidential debate?
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for 90 minutes. they answered questions about the different aspect of their plans for the country and took several jabs at each other as well. clinton is getting back on the campaign trail today and will visit raleigh at lake community college today. the building starts at 1:00 this afternoon in the education building, rather. doors open at 11:00 a.m. head to our website to rsvp. a teenager is being sentenced in the case of double murder in garner. two people were victims of a gang dispute but he was found not guilty of charges but found guilty on gun charges. his uncle was sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty last year. two people are in the hospital after an overnight house fire in whispering pines. firefighters were called to pine lake drive around 3:30. they were able to get the
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inside the house out but sadly, six pets died in the fire and seven others were taken to local vets. many will move into the curie hospital complex. the psychiatric facility serves 38 eastern north carolina counties but the old building had been around 130 year and faced problem and issues. crews built this with a three- story, $138 million facility. >> i know that. chapel hill police help a composite sketch after the death of a sophomore in 2012. no one was ever arrested in the case. officials used dna traits to create this image. anyone who may recognize the man you see here is asked to contact police. after pleading guilty to
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prosecutors said christopherer falsified document christopher -- miller falsified documents. the town fired him after he admitted to lying about where he got the water samples from and how many he actually clerked. >> it's just a little wet right now on the roads and whether you're talking to work or school or whatever. not everyone seeing it but te chances. the evening drive home could be trickier. 67 right now. we dropped whole degree over the last hour and look at cloudy skies as we start off our tuesday. we have seen a few passing showers north and west of wake county so orange county, durham county, person, granville counties, if you're waking up, it may be damp, especially if kids are in grassy areas for
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keep in mind and you want the umbrella because of rain chances. fayetteville, 61. mid-60s goldsboro. we have durham reporting 66 along with siler city and roanoke rapids and 78 our high today, scattered showers this afternoon, wet weather continues tomorrow, can't rule 48 hours. looks like rain chances taper off for thursday and friday could be our dry day of the work week with sunshine expected into the upcoming weekend and talk about fall. mid-to-upper 70s saturday and 50s, a nice weekend ahead. we have to get through the rain over the next few days.
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now, so that's pretty good. construction will go on tonight with lane shifts. hopefully the rain will hold off. they have postponed that. tomorrow morning you could have new lanes to drive on. be careful because one little change leads to mess people up when they're following the lines, you know? be more cognizant tomorrow morning. >> especially when it's wet on the road. us. we'll continue coverage at noon today and update you on the weather and hillary clinton's big visit to raleigh. "cbs this morning" continues after this.
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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... to its lowest budget share in over 30 years. it's why thousands of teachers are moving out of state. as governor, i'll make schools the priority again.
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? good morning. it is tuesday, september 27th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump and hillary clinton clash over is, is fit to be president. we fact-check the arguments in their first debate. plus their running mates join us. a focus group of undecided voters from the battleground state of pennsylvania shows us how the debate influenced their opinions. plus, why do cops of pasts keep continue to be hired. we investigate gypsy cops. >> but we begin this morning


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