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wral's bryan mims is on the scene. what happened? >> reporter: please got the call after 2:00 this morning when they arrived here at the hardee terrace apartments, they found the man shot to death. hardee street is where we are standing now, north of holloway street in durham. for a good while this morning the focus of the investigation was centered on a nissan altima parked behind me. in the last 30 to 40 minutes, police removed that car, it is no longer on the scene. let me show you video of the scene earlier this morning, it stretched across a couple of parking lots here are hardee terrace, the one where i am standing alongside, and another just a few yards down the road. police have given no information to us about the circumstances surrounding the shooting, they have not released the identity of the victim. so we have no name.
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any information about sestak, so they are asking the public's help for any information about a suspect or suspects in the information desk shooting. i had a conversation with residents in the apartment complex. one woman told me she heard at least three gunshots this morning. we are seeing more people coming out of their homes and i hope to talk with a few other residents this morning to see if they heard or saw anything suspicious this morning. we will bring it back out here live to the parking lot that has been the focus of the investigation. as i mentioned, that nissan has been taken away from the scene. i noticed detectives and forensic investigators out here collecting evidence throughout the morning and interviewing people here at the apartment complex. we hope to get some information in the next hour or so, perhaps the durham police will send another news release to give us an update.
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hardee street in durham. >> appreciate your efforts, bryan mims reporting on a deadly shooting in durham. all of the presidential candidates are taking the day off today except for ohio governor, john kasich.donald trump is halfway to the nomination, hillary clinton is celebrating a huge mega victory. tracie potts tells us what it >> thank you, florida, thank you, north carolina, thank you, ohio! >> reporter: those three states plus missouri and a more narrow victory in illinois leaves delegates and clear path to the nomination. bernie sanders is in arizona for next week's primary. >> we will win if the voter turnout is high. let's make it high. >> reporter: donald trump won every state but one, even with
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>> you explain it to me, because i can't. my numbers went up. i don't understand, nobody understands. losing florida to >> reporter: losing florida to trump was the last straw for marco rubio, he is out. >> after tonight it is clear that although we are on the right side, we will not be winning. >> reporter: losing ohio to donald trump means john kasich needs 60% to avoid a broker delegation. ted cruz is hoping to make it a two-man race. >> america has a clear choice going forward. >> reporter: but apparently not an easy one. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. >> exit polls show half the voters in ohio, florida and north carolina pick someone other than trump. in florida half the republican said if trump was the nominee
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party candidate. donald trump is backing away from a comment he made that he might pay the legal fees of people charged with violence during rallies. yesterday during interview he said he was not condoning violence and would not pay legal fees. 78-year-old john mcgraw was charged with assaulting a protester at a rally in fayetteville. attorney general roy cooper is the democratic nominee for roy cooper and is already looking to the next fight. >> it's time for us to come together. and get ready for the battle ahead in november. because we know it's coming. >> in a speech last night, he took shots at the record of governor pat mccrory and compared him to donald trump. former state representative deborah ross will take on richard burr for the u.s. senate. she thanked her husband and supporters and attacked burr's voting record in the senate, saying north carolina could not
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richard burr. >> with your support, we are going to win this thing. >> [ applause ] >> and we are going to give the people of north carolina a real voice in washington. >> [ applause ] >> ross is no stranger to public service, spending 10 years representing wake county in the state house. she is also a practicing attorney and law professor at duke university. we had some good races in north carolina. sure. along with it. >> and, we will be blitzed with ads, no doubt about that. >> certainly some beautiful weather this spring, the last couple of weeks we have had temperatures above normal for the most part. take a look at what's happening in fayetteville, plenty of
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temperatures about 20 degrees above normal. reality sets in over the weekend and i'll show you what that looks like coming up in a little bit. certainly gorges this morning, 58 in cary, 52 in wake forest, 53 in south hill, 63 southern pines. in the planner, expect temperatures mid-50s to near 60 this morning. 78 lunchtime and high of 83 this afternoon which puts us into a couple of degrees of a record high this morning. as we drop over the weekend, temperatures are just getting back to more of the average for this time of year. brian is here taking a look at the roads. this time yesterday there was that huge backup on the beltline and i- . i am glad it is quieter this morning. >> nothing like that this morning. it is 8:07. we have a number of minor accidents popped up around raleigh, none of which are
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we have a couple downtown, one on morgan and wilmington street. another at boylen downtown. also a report of a minor accident on the shoulder of the ramp from 440 westbound onto lake boone trail, not causing any problems. saint albans street in the north hills area, minor crash, also capital boulevard and brentwood road, seeing a slowdown on the approach from the beltline on inbound capital. elsewhere again, minor accidents but as far as we can tell major routes not slowing down much. getting clearer right now through garner on 40 westbound, we are seeing delays through the fortify work zone. not enough that you need to consider using 440 westbound as an alternate route, plan on some minor break tapping. over in durham, 40 eastbound, slow between 54 and the durham freeway, allow extra time. northbound of the durham freeway, looks all right on tw alexander drive, ellis wrote
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we will check the cama downtown at 147 and mangum street, a 10 minute drive. let the games begin. basketball games. >> local businesses say, yeah, let them go because it means a lot of business. we take a look at the effect of basketball on the economy and town of raleigh.
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breaking news from the white house this morning, president obama says he will announce his choice to supreme court justice replacement antonin scalia, he has devoted considerable time to the decision and has made up his mind after consulting with legal experts and people across the political spectrum and is expected to choose from a small circle of federal court judges. he will reveal his choice at 11:00 in a news conference from the rose garden. senate republicans told the white house not to bother filling the vacancy in an election year. gop leaders want to leave the choice to the next president. raleigh could be a big winner in this year's ncaa tournament. the city hosts rounds one and two. teams arrived with their bands, cheerleaders and players. pnc arena has hosted four times, most recently in 2014. that year it attracted 17,000 visitors to the area who spent more than $4 million.
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repeat performance. >> they are going to draw across the street, it brings additional people here, whether it is locals or a lot of visitors. >> for raleigh to have this time is a great accomplishment. it's exciting to host this event. >> we hope all the visitors have a great time here in raleigh. there are four games tomorrow and two on saturday. the tar heels play tomorrow night at pnc. what to do about closing duke energy's coal ash impoundments, the public hearing in person county tonight. the department of environmental quality is seeking your feedback on the proposed classifications of coal ash ponds across the state. this is a key step in cleaning up the ponds and setting closure deadlines. tonight's meeting focuses around the mayo and roxboro power stations, it will be at the person government building
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federal workers in washington dc can take the day off or work from home. they are giving them that option with the entire metro system shut down for safety reasons. it will remain closed until midnight tonight. they will be doing emergency inspections on all equipment. monday, there was a cable fire, but they will not safe that has a connection. it is 8:14. 20 inches of rain in the last week. how texas and other sections are doing with historic flooding. plus, the wake county superintendent reveals his plans for centurylink prism tv has all your favorite channels, tons of live sports, and more -- all in crystal-clear hd. watch when and where you want with advanced features like our wireless set-top box, whole home dvr, and prism on the go. and choose from a variety of great packages to fit your home.
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of raleigh. >> oh. >> [ laughter ] that's what i said. it is an artistic picture. i see raleigh in the background. >> it is that clear, bill. keep looking a little higher. >> i was in the mountains a couple of months ago and you could see charlotte. we were at blowing rock, up near the house, you could see charlotte. the skyline. >> that is so cool. >> so, you could see raleigh from fayetteville. if you got up high. >> we read the fine print.
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>> [ laughter ] >> we are going to head over to the solar farm in the eastern part of wake county. take a look at these pretty skies, but it's beautiful everywhere. collecting a good bit of energy from warm temperatures, lower humidity and all the sunshine we will see today. tomorrow and friday, we will still be plenty bright but temperatures will drop more which should be this time of year. spring is the season of change, so is the fall. we rarely have a long streak of temperatures this far above normal. you know that trend has to reverse and it does start reversing the next couple of days. 58 at the airport, the wind is southwest at 6 miles per hour heard it will be breezy as we have a cold front coming through. dewpoint 51, on the low side with temperatures in the 80s, it's going to feel fantastic.
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in rocky mount, 60 in fayetteville. it is that time of year where the pollen count tends to go up in people who suffer from allergies are starting to see that a little bit. it has been high for trees the last couple of weeks but this last week, pine is one of the predominant offenders if you will. it probably won't be long until we see yellow pine pollen on everything. it is not terrible just yet but maybe a few more days. satellite and radar picture telling the story of what is going on. we are on the warm side of this front but we have cooler air on the other side of the front. when it comes and it may bring us a few clouds, isolated shower or thunderstorm. it won't bring much rain with it, there is not much with it right now. all of the action has been near the great lakes and will remain there. here is futurecast through the afternoon and into the evening, there's lunchtime, a few clouds passing as that front comes through. futurecast does not have much
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there's a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm. another front comes too late thursday, it's not likely to bring us precipitation but will help temperatures fall. 83 today, certainly well above normal, a couple of degrees away from a record high. there is a marginal risk for severe weather for the northeastern counties including edgecomb county, northern nash county, it includes northampton county and halifax county and a little bit of warren county, too. keep that in mind north and east of the triangle. today st. patrick's day, 73 degrees but we set the temperatures down, 10 degrees cooler thursday, almost 10 degrees cooler than that friday and morning" down as well. morning saturday, 39 degrees. the attempt at the world record kilted run done glenwood avenue starts at 9:30, not bad for spectating.
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getting into the weekend, kind of a nasty day, it's ironic, that is the first day of spring with the kind of weather we have had lately. 49 degrees at noon and at 5:00, 48, 53, the high temperature. a chilly start to the season. monday and tuesday, temperatures in the low 30s. we will have to pull out the winter coats to start next week. >> have fun doing that. i'm not going to do that. >> i'm going to be coming in with my coat. i've got to find it. a disaster continues to unfold in texas this morning where floodingalong the louisia rd ithe worst since the 1880s. thousands of people are out of their homes after four days of heavy rain pushed the sabine river over its banks, several riverside communities are underwater. the texas governor will tour the area today, he has already issued a disaster declaration across much of the state. water rescue teams are trying to assess how many people are inside a car the plunged into
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this happened after a massive pileup on a bridge leading from kentucky to cincinnati. the accidents caused a chain reaction as other cars tried to slow down and navigate around them. it took hours for teams to find the submerged car. now they are trying to figure out how many people are inside and how to get the car out of the river. north korea's highest court sentenced an american college student to 15 years in prison with hard labor. 21-year-old otto warmbier was arrested in january after officials said he tried to steal a political banner from his hotel as his tour group prepared to leave. he gave a tearful plea. this morning he was convicted of subversion following a one hour trial. new overnight, 15 people are dead after a bus bombing in pakistan. the bus was carrying employees to work in a norwest city. nearly 40 people were wounded in the blast, from an
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planted under a bus seat. so far no one has claimed responsibility, pakistani authorities suspect the taliban and other militants who have been fighting in the state for more than a decade. there was finger-pointing at a congressional hearing on the lead tainted water in flint, michigan. officials blamed each other for failing to protect the city's 100,000 citizens. committee republicans meanwhile targeted and environmental agency official who resigned as the crisis got worse. susan hedman directed the agency's midwest regional office and told the panel that she does not believe anyone at the epa did anything wrong, but that they could have done more. michigan governor, rick snyder, is expected to testify today. u.s. is easing travel restrictions with cuba, it will be easier for americans to take
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rather than going with a tour group. it will also be easier for american banks to offer services in cuba and u.s. citizens to offer it freely. president obama is preparing for a historic trip to cuba this weekend. voters showed overwhelming support for a multimillion dollar bond. >> by the government says the pond should be a model for the nation. the nation's leading medical experts issued new
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prescribe strong painkillers. it is 8:26. i'm renee chou with your top
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killer after finding a man shot to death on hardee street. officers responding to the shooting call found the victim of little after 2:00 this morning. the victim's name hasn't been released. roy cooper moves ahead in his bid to change jobs. cooper won the gubernatorial primary setting off a battle with republican incumbent, pat mccrory. it's going to be a gorgeous day and the warmest this week. >> 83 degrees, our high temperature. we could be warmer down south around fayetteville or goldsboro. take a look at the tall tower camera, it looks beautiful. starting off with sunshine and mostly sunny skies for most of the day. a front moves through this evening starting to drop temperatures. 10 degrees colder tomorrow, almost 10 degrees cooler than that on friday. changes are coming.
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in fayetteville, the high today 83, 73 thursday, 66 friday. slight chance of a shell or thunderstorm, expect plenty of sunshine. a few accidents shown up on the live commute map including one onward hills drive not too far from six forks road, not causing any big problems as far as we can tell. looking out for a crush on capital boulevard in brentwood, still seeing a bit of delay. and, in earlier accident on boylen still in the clearing stages. elsewhere, looking for some backups on us-1 northbound coming through cary, eight minutes from 55 it apex up toward i-40 in raleigh. earlier delays through garner have cleared up nicely but we are seeing significant backups through the fortify work zone
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coming up on 8:30. a lot of election news in the news this morning including the connect nc bond which gathered a lot of support in north carolina. >> voters overwhelmingly approved $2 billion for higher education construction projects, parks and the national guard. supporters credited a push that brought together leaders from different professions and political parties. the last two candidates for governor, a democrat and republican, found common ground on this bond. >> while the rest of the nation is going through a lot of political divide as we see tonight, i want to let you know that maybe north carolina could be a role model for the rest of the nation on how we ran this
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developed it. we did it together as a team. >> in north carolina, beauty matters. in north carolina, safety matters. in north carolina, economic development matters. and in north carolina, educational opportunity and workforce training is important and it matters. >> the state will raise money through a long-term low interest borrowing with no new taxes. governor mccrory will travel to various locations of the state today to thank voters. he will be at jordan lake state park this morning. a former charlotte mayor will be in court facing charges of fraud. patrick cannon will be released from federal prison so he can face charges in mecklenburg county. he is accused of fraud in the 2014 election while a convicted felon. he had been sentenced earlier on a bribery conviction but had
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prison term. raleigh city leaders gave the green light for police body cameras. they will be phased in over a three-arerd. the cost? a little more than $5 million for the first five years. chief cassondra deck-brown told the city council it was a matter of transparency but pointed out cameras cannot replace face-to-face interaction with community. >> public trust has to begin with who we are as people. the camera does not make us trustworthy. i have to earn that trust. >> there is still a lot of work to do regarding policies including how long video will be stored and who will have access to it. the body cameras could be on officers as early as the end of the year. wake county school superintendent, jim merrill, announced his budget. for the 2016-2017 school year. it adds up to $1.5 billion and is comprised of federal, state and local funds.
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increase from the county. the superintendent says growth is one of his biggest challenges with plans to open five new schools and add 2000 new students on the upcoming year. >> commissioners will have a lot of challenges. they have safety issues, they may or may not have transit. there is a lot more than just schools and we recognize that. >> merrill says 10% of funding request focuses on new spending programs. raleigh is getting its own bike sharing program. bike rental stations will be set up around downtown. there will be 300 bicycles at the city council approved the health, recreational and economic benefits. no word on when the program will start. >> the council also voted to allow food trucks to operate on downtown raleigh streets during lunchtime.
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project. the city will select four spots around the town. nearby property owners will manage the area to make sure trucks rotate on a regular basis. currently food trucks are only allowed to park on streets for like food truck rodeos. they will be able to park until 3 pm. law enforcement is targeting drunk drivers, the booze it or lose it campaign kicks off, nearly every law enforcement agency kicks off in the campaign, running sobriety checkpoints in all 100 counties. tomorrow for st. patrick's day, bill and i will be wearing green. elizabeth won't get to wear green. >> i can't because i stand in front of a green wall, and if i
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green, i will just look like a map. i will be wearing green in my thoughts. let's take a look at the raleigh skycam, beautiful sunshine glinting off of the tower, the diocese of raleigh, beautiful new church. everybody seeing beautiful weather right now. that will continue for the rest of the day, 63 clinton, 52 roxboro, big spread in the temperatures from north to south, 52 rocky mount, 58 in apex and 60 degrees and hope mills. downtown durham lunchtime, 78 degrees. a great day to spend your out -- lunchtime outside, today, temperatures will jump down over the next few days, windy conditions today, southwest wind at 10 to 15 miles per hour at a little gusty. it stays warm with a high of 83, almost a record. 86 is the record for this afternoon. we'll talk about the chilly weekend in the forecast in a few minutes. >> thank you. the cdc is giving doctors guidelines for prescribing new
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the agency says the risks from for most people. doctors are advised to prescribe the lowest dose possible for the shortest amount of time. this is the first time the cdc issued guidelines for prescription painkillers. it comes as a response to a rising number of addictions. the cdc's most recent data show that americans either abuse the drugs or were dependent on cuban officials have detected the first case of the zika virus transmitted in the country. that ends their status as one of the last countries without cases of the disease linked to birth defects. a 21-year-old had been a woman who had not traveled outside of cuba was diagnosed with the virus. the white house is getting into the st. patrick's day spirit, the fountain on the
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president obama hosted irish prime minister, enda kenny and the two attended the friends of ireland luncheon. first lady president michelle obama borrowed the idea of turning the water green from a chicago tradition that dies the river green in a similar fashion. there is a new report out to help parents of tetehing babies. >> the signs and symptoms that you are grown tiles may have more than a tooth trying to
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the new i know it's something my grand daughter, elizabeth, is going through right now.
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crankiness and drool. one study says new teeth are not making them sick. >> it's common for parents to confuse cold symptoms with a babies teething but a new review published in the journal of pediatrics hopes to shed light on the issue. joining us this morning to tell us about how the study can help parents tell the difference is our go ask mom editor, sarah lindenfeldt hall. what are the signs? >> crankiness, fussiness, sore gums, sometimes they have some drool coming out, they have to wear that bit about the time. those are the signs. >> this study did debunk some theories about what this causes, right? >> i heard this when my kids were this age, that kids will have diarrhea, loss of appetite, and high fevers from teething. the study found that is actually not true.
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be sick and that it is not related to the teething. i think that will surprise a lot of parents. >> what could be the cause for that fever? >> probably, and i spoke with doctor allison cavanaugh and she said it's that time that babies put things in their mouth because they are teething, trying to get some comfort, they are out and about and more mobile. they are sucking on things, chewing on the grocery cart. >> that's how they discover the world, right? >> what can we do to help our teething babies? >> you want to give them teethers that you put in the refrigerator. things like massaging there comes with your finger, and just giving them extra love is really the thing. it's going to pass, i promise you it's going to pass and there will be something else later on. >> we did get through it, i'm glad to say. are there remedies that parents should avoid? >> doctor cavanaugh recommended not using any topical medicine for the gums.
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serious side effects. frozen objects are also not a great idea because they are so hard that it could actually injured the babies sensitive arms. cooling it down in the refrigerator is fine, not the freezer. and also be careful of amber necklaces that are really popular right now, they are tiny beads that they can pose strangulation or choking hazards. if your child is going to wear it, make sure they are supervised. >> with move ahead to tweens who suffer discomfort when molars and canines, out. what is the best way to help them? >> kind of the same thing, i was surprised when my teenager was complaining of this and i thought we were over this already. but, things like comforting
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ibuprofen is good. if it is really painful, go to the dentist or doctor and make else going on in there. >> good advice. this. >> it will be okay and then there will be something else. >> for go ask mom advice or a mom on 8:42. controversy. >> how the academy is taking action. plus, what happens when a van gets stuck on the train tracks. "pick 3" numbers, 1, 8, 3. sum it up, 12. "pick 4," 4, 8, 7, 5. sum it up, 24.
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i know that is not raleigh. >> beautiful shot of wilmington, easing us into our wednesday morning with tracy chapman. >> that's one of those unique voices. when you hear it, you know exactly who it is. >> we were talking about fast cars, or not fast cars a little while ago, and i think somebody found a picture of the austin healey, i think they quit building them back in the 60s but my dad had one when i was growing up. and it was so much fun to drive to school in that. it made this rumble, and you can almost tell in this picture, they look like they have a smile on their face if you are a kid, and so i nicknamed it chitty chitty bang bang since the movie was out. >> you must have looked pretty school riding up to school in something like that.
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was, i think that the grand marquis that brian had was probably faster. >> the living room on wheels. >> you made it to school. >> we did. i will say it spent a good time in the shop, being that it was a number of years old when we had it. >> are you saying you were trudging through 6 inches of >> i was, certainly. but that dinosaurs were mostly gone at that point. let's take a look at what's going on. there is the fayetteville skycam, beautiful with plenty of sunshine. temperatures almost 20 degrees above normal, temperatures a couple of degrees below our record high today. feels great, pleasantly cool, not too humid. 58 at the airport with the southwest wind at 6 miles per hour. dewpoint 51. when the temperature climbs up to 80 degrees it should feel great, not terribly humid with the dewpoint in the low 50s.
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52 in rocky mount. we have had a nice quick warm- up from temperatures in the north, 63 in southern pines, 60 in fayetteville, 62 in smith's skill. we have cold air knocking on our door behind this front. we are in the warm sector of the sector but will get a shot of cooler air which will drop temperatures by 10 degrees tomorrow. as that front moves through we could fire up the view more showers or thunderstorms, we have potential for severe weather in the northeastern corner of the viewing area. i'll show you that in a minute. we get shot number one bringing temperatures from low to mid 80s to low to mid-70s tomorrow, then another shot comes through and we see temperatures in the mid-60s friday. all of this warm air is moving on out. it was a long run while we had it with temperatures above normal for the most part for the last two eks. we will probably rebound a
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this nice warm pocket of air here with 50s and 60s is going to shift offshore making way for this cold air back to the west. 34 denver, 29 bismarck. we will see morning lows like that for monday and tuesday. we may not get to 29 but we will get close to it. talking about 30 degrees for the morning low tuesday. enjoy this warm day. there will be plenty more of these to come, it may just be a few days. we were talking about the severe threat, a marginal risk including edgecombe county, nash county, halifax, north hampton and warren counties under that. very slim chance of a thunderstorm. tomorrow 73 and beautiful, st. lunchtime 68. high of 73 degrees, a really pretty day. not so pretty over the weekend. saturday we will see sunshine to start the day but a high of 60 puts us a couple of degrees below normal and that 39 a couple of degrees below normal, too.
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time of year but he keeps on following sunday and we have rain in the forecast. the first day of spring looks like the worst weather day of the week. lunchtime 49, high of 53, showers on and off. don't forget monday and tuesday morning we will see very chilly temperatures to begin with, 35 monday morning, 30 tuesday morning. 41 is the normal and 22 is the record low. we still have freezing temperatures fairly commonly on up until the second week of april. that is not unusual but seems that way because we have had a long stretch of above normal temperatures. >> do not be fooled, things will change. >> don't start planting, yet. you will have to cover them up. starbucks is celebrating the return of spring with a limited edition cherry blossom frappuccino.
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and cream with white drizzle sauce , the cherry blossom is available through march 20. starbucks has offered a version of the beverage in japan. it will make the first appearance in the restaurant chipotle says it will likely record its record loss for the first time in three months of this year. sales were down 26% compared to the year before, and improvement in january. chipotle faces a federal criminal investigation into the e. coli outbreak. the restaurant is considering raising prices due to additional food safety protocols in the restaurant. chipotle launched an aggressive marketing campaign to win back customers. the academy pictures, arts and sciences is making changes, adding three new governors to its board and appointing six minority members to other leadership positions. the academy is apologizing for a racially insensitive skit during oscars that offended asians. the board ratified other
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within the academy's ranks including limiting oscar voting rights to those in the movie business. "indiana jones" is making a comeback, disney announcing harrison ford will return for the adventure. he will be reunited with steven spielberg. he has played the role of professor jones since "raiders of the lost ark," where we learned he hated snakes. the newest installment does not have a title but we know it will hit theaters in july 2019. >> hoping it will be better than the last "indiana jones" in 2008. >> it was just not as rich as the others. >> there are a lot of those franchises that once they are in the ground, leave them in the ground. you know? you can't make lightning strike twice. >> still looks pretty good. we'll see. >> and harrison ford.
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news items in ohio. take a look at this incredible video from brook park, ohio, where poceama caught this van stuck on the tracks as a train was coming. he gets his stuff out of the van and look at what happens. >> good thing he got out of the way. >> exactly. seriously, what a good reminder not to stop on railroad tracks. you still see that, where the stop light is red, and people just walk up on the railroad tracks. so dangerous. anything can happen. there is a strange news item number one from ohio. let's watch that one more time. >> it happens more often than you think, you do hear about it. >> very dangerous. >> don't drive through flooded roads, either. >> and don't drive drunk. >> so many things. or better yet, stay at home and
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it's perfectly safe. >> longa burger basket company has one of the beauties -- one of the most beautiful headquarters they have. this is known by the big basket. built in 1996, seven stories. that is part of the issue right now, they are moving headquarters to the plant now, and they are vacating this very cool building. if you wt to buy it, they are taking offers good >> almost as cool as dorton arena. >> almost.
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after this. time now 8:56. i'm renee chou. >> time bill leslie with your top stories. raleigh city leaders gave the green light to police body cameras. they will be phased in over three years at a cost of a little more than $5 million for the first five years. chief cassondra deck-brown told the city council it is a matter of transparency. voters overwhelmingly approved a $2 billion trick 13 -- connect nc bond which will be used for education, the parks and national guard. it will raise money through long-term low-interest borrowing with no new taxes. makes plans to have lunch outside if you can because it's going to be gorgeous, elizabeth. >> if you are a warm weather fans soak it up today because temperatures will ratchet down between now and the weekend.
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skycam, absolutely beautiful down jones street and across the daily planet. what a beautiful day in stores. 60 fayetteville, 52 in rocky mount, a bit of a spread in temperatures. 63 southern pines, 54 degrees in roxboro. in your planner by lunchtime, expect temperatures in the mid- 70s, high of 83 degrees, a couple of degrees below our record high for the day. by the time we get into the weekend we are looking at much colder conditions. brian? 8:58. have an accident on 440 w. underrun capital boulevard. it has been moved over to the right shoulder but we are seeing a delay that has formed when the floodplains for a while. 17 minutes from i-40 out to wade avenue. there is a look at the live commute map. we do have accidents although
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