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being remembered in the triangle. >> and breaking news, the leaders of japan and south korea are reacting to north korea's claims it conducted a nuclear test. how the united states is responding as well this morning. >> and the man hunt continues for the person who shot three people in two locations in durham. thanks for joining us this friday morning. i'm l,na toulette. the time is now 8:00. >> good morning, everybody. sunday will mark -- suns that horrible 9/11 attacks in america >> today at the the justice department, there will be a moment of silence. members of the house will also hold a ceremony on the steps of the capital. . the new york stock exchange will honor the victims of 9/11. the exchange will observe a moment of silence this morning at 9:20. after today's moment of silence, the opening bell will ring, and they will start
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>> there are a number of observances in our viewing area beginning today. >> including one over at unc, and event that started this morning at 6:00. it has since wrapped up. wral's mikaya thurmond has been there, watching it live. really quite powerful, m,kaya. >> reporter: it was so powerful. and, bill and l,na, this was especially meaningful it did happen at usc. hundreds of people that showed up. i want to show you the video. you're seeing hundreds of runners up and down the steps at keenen memorial stadium. rotc students, community members, including local firefighters and police officers, climbed 2,706 steps. that's the same number of steps that were in each of the world trade center towers. the chapel hill fire chief was in attendance. he said it was meaning for him
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recovery effort at ground zero. >> a tough time, but it wases a and example of the perseverance of our responders, but also the out pouring of compassion and support after probably one of the most horrific days that happened on our country's soil. >> reporter: and this was the third year for the memorial stair climb. i think one of the best parts is the increase in numbers. so last year there were 150 people. this year about 300. so this event continues to grow, and it was so wonderful to see everyone come together. bill and l,na? . >> all right. mikaya thurmond live. thank you. >> and there will also be a memorial stair climb at wayne community college in goldsboro. the paramedic class, basic law enforcement academy, and local responders will climb 78 flights of stairs in honor of the public safety personnel who lost their lives responding to the
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there will be a gun salute at bragg today. >> [ music ]. >> local police and firefighters will lay a wreath during a ceremony at bragg. the event honors it more than 3,000 people who lost their lives on 9/11. the ceremony starts at 10 this morning on the main post -- field. and wake tech will commemorate 9/11 with special tributes on o campuses. at 9:00 a.m. wake tech's -- will hold a special ceremony. it will include a candle lighting at the memorial wall, placing of the wreath at the campus flag pole, and release of doves. the northern wake campus will hold a tribute at the flag pole at 11:00 a.m.. breaking news now, the leaders of japan and south korea are using strong words to condemn the latest nuclear test in north korea. the north claims to have successfully tested a nuclear warhead, one that could
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ballistic rockets. as andrew spencer reports, u.s. officials have not yet confirmed the test, but they are taking this matter very seriously. >> an explosion registered as a 5.3 magnitude earthquake in north korea. north korea broadcast a very excited announcer on its state-run media, delivering news of what is believed to be the country's fifth nuclear test and the largest one yet. standardized -- they can mount to ballistic missiles. >> they are not doing these things to get attention or be provocative. this is a military testing program that they have. >> reporter: state department spokesperson john kirby released a statement, saying in part, "we are aware of seismic activity on the korean peninsula la in the vicinity of a known north korean nuclear test
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force c135 constant phoenix joins four similar jets from japan testing for radiation. former u.s. ambassador to south korea says this is not a question of whether the test was done, but of what the u.s. government will do about it, and christopher hill says he doesn't think sanctions and security council resolutions alone will be enough. >> i think we have to sit down with countries like china and go through what could be conceivable options that would physically slow this thing down. >> reporter: spencer reporting. durham police are investigating a crash where a car ran into someone's front yard. this happened just before 3:00 a.m. on dowd street. we're told the driver of the car hit a parked van and came to a stop in the lawn. he should be okay, but his car is totaled and durham police are still searching for a shooting suspect. they surrounded a location on taylor street where they thought he was holed up, but he wasn't there. they say the gunman shot three people at two other locations in durham yesterday afternoon. we're working to get the names and conditions of the
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to duke hospital for treatment. going be another hot one today. >> it will be. yesterday 96, 90 -- yeah, 95 for today. and than, after that, temperatures should gun to drop off just a little bit. take a look at solar -- 5, certainly a good day for generating energy there in the eastern part of wake county. we're going to see lot and lot of sun. as a matter of fact, it stays pretty sunny for about the next 7 days with the exception of a chance of thunderstorms late on sunday. and i'll show you that on it's 72 in durham, 69 in holly springs, 68 in wake forest. town by town, 72 in south hills, 66 in rocksboro, and 73 in fayetteville and goldsboro. temperatures haven't started to climb too much yet, but they will by lunch time. nearly 90 degrees. it will be a quick warm up this morning. 95 at 4:00, then back down to about 82 degrees by 8:00 this evening. going to be nice and dry. it's a friday. if you are headed out to hopscotch or any other fun things going on this weekend,
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it's just going to be on the warm side. brian is here, checking roads this morning. what's your latest problem spot? >> well, we're still watching delays in the fortified work zone, elizabeth, some earlier congestion back up still lingering here at 8:70. you can see that red line on the south side of raleigh. let's get the latest drive time according to sensors. from 440 to wade avenue, the trip is taking about 20 minutes. you'll notice most of the delays are between the rock -- road area out toward gormon street. beyond that toward u a little slow. by the time you hit u.s. 1 toward -- chapel hill road, it really starts to thin out, and traffic improves considerably. one issue that may be adding to some of those delays this morning, although probably not creating any huge problems is that the ramp from 40 westbound to gormon street is closed. they closed it last night as part of the fortified project. you see them out there this morning, working to tear up that section of the road to rebuild it. they're going to have that ramp closed through the
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monday morning commute. suggesting you take 440 westbound out toward kerry town boulevard, then double back to 40 eastbound. your best option is probably going to be trion road. it roughly parallels i-40, and should be a little oozier to get to gormon street that way out from garner or kerry. let's head out to near the airport. we have a crash reported on aviation parkway at your trip up to the airport, as far as we can tell on sensors. heading out of chapel hill toward durham, no big problems on the north side of -- boulevard. however, it's slowing down between i-40 and downtown, about 14 minutes, some of those interchanges. and 40 eastbound is looking good to the durham freeway. bill? . >> thank you, brian. an incredible out come to the 22nd annual radiothon for churn's hospital.
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drive. the fundraiser raised nearly $440,000. it pays for anything from toys to books and games to parking passes for families when they have an appointment. it is not too late to give. everything you need to know is in the don't miss it section of you can find it on our home page. presidential candidates are defending and criticizing after this week's commander-in-chief forum. >> coming up, why donald trump is hearing criticism from his own party, and why hillary clinton is airline passengers after samsung issues a recall of its flag ship
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have refused to take accountability for her failed policies in the mideast that have produced millions of ref ewe squeeze. >> reporter: trump is getting push back from his
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president vladimir putin. >> i think this is the biggest miscalculation since people thought hillary was a good guy. >> reporter: mike pence defends his running mat, as the republican most like ronald reagan. >> they say he was little more than a celebrity and entertainer who entered politics lit in life. sound familiar? . >> what would ronald reagan say about a republican nominee who attacks america's generals and heaps >> reporter: hillary clinton is in new york today, pulling together democrats and republicans on national security and foreign policy after a softer message to the -- convention last night. >> we need a president who understands that none of us has all the answers, and no one person can fix our problems alone. >> reporter: try say potts, nbc news, washington. new help for veterans enrolling for va health
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benefits. wake county -- services and branch of veterans of foreign wars are hosting an event today and tomorrow. it's at the herbert young -- attendisease are asked to bring proper i.d., all available document station about their cases. i was actually in kerry yesterday, passed by the center. it was completely packed. the parking lot was packed. it's good people are actually taking advantage of that resources. it is 8:14, one of the nation's largest banks to us customers. >> the fraud investigation that led to the firing of hundreds of wells fargo employees. >> a chance at redemption hangs
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impact. >> absolutely. >> it's certainly soothing -- yeah. everybody is up and running out the door now. . and the beach is a great price to go. temperatures still warm. really all of september can be delightful down at the beach. the water temperatures are still warm. it's not quite as hot. it's going to be pretty warm down there this weekend. of course, i see the school bus in south hill. it does make it a to spend any extended time at the beach for some folks. but if you don't, it makes it pretty nice issues pause you can avoid a lot of the crowd. 72 is our temperature at the airport, at rdu, and a dew point is at 68. that's a little higher than it was yesterday. it's not progressively muggy. it's muggy, but maybe not that progressively muggy level yet. it's 70 in rocky mount, 72 in southern pines, and 73 in fayetteville.
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not terribly hot yet. we get into 10, 11:00, those temperatures are going climb quickly. it's 66 in rocksboro. that's our dew point. upper 6 0s, low 70s, really starts to feel muggy. irwin and clinton rally starting to cut across that threshold into the muggy- feeling condition. lot of sun courtesy of our high- pressure system. high pressure is sinking air, and typically brings clear skies along with them. here comes that front. that front, all this moisture has been forced back the how will weaken and gradually shift off the coast, and that's going to allow that front to climb. it will happen late on sunday. in the meantime, nice and dry all day today. we take it out to saturday morning. noticeable cloud cover. we will see a southerly southwesterly flow during the day saturday, and so it will be warm and a little bit more muggy, but should stay dry. here comes our front there saturday at 5 p.m. that front approaching the mountains by sunday morning, and then starting to
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now, if you take this literally, as long as it doesn't speed up or slow down, it looks like we'll stay dry during the day on sunday, but about the time we get to dinner time, the rain begins to roll on in, and behind that, we'll have a pretty nice week next week. we're still watching the tropics. we're still in the peak of the hurricane season. a couple little waves of low pressure we're watching. one of these north of the leeward island only has a 20% chance of developing. but this wave that's come off the coast of africa came off the coast a days ago, still has about a 60% chance of developing. right now the computer models with that one -- into the atlanta, which would not have any real impact on land, certainly. 95 our high today. certainly going to be a hot one. we and the to think of allergy problems happening during the spring. but those of you who do suffer from allergies know that once the weeds start to pollinate, it's tough. my son is suffering from that. so the weeds are high now,
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particular. we have a lovely weekend in our forecast, a lot of special events happening over the weekend. 89 on sunday. so definitely on the warmer side. but behind our sunday front, it's be nice. we're going to see cooler, drier air, less humid. another little front cops through wednesday and drops our temperature on thursday to 81. and 82 is actually our normal. 95 is the record set back in 1927, and we check out, ofcourseour morning lows, too, looking good, mainly in the 60s. >> we're looking forward to next week. >> aolutely. >> but we'll enjoy the weekend, too. why not? thanks, elizabeth. classes and extracurricular activities are canceled today in a texas district following a shooting at a high school. investigators say the 14-year- old student took her own life after shooting another female student at the school in alpine. the injured student is in the hospital, and is expected to survive. the sheriff says a federal officer responding to the
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when another officer's gun accidentally went off. authorities haven't released a motive for the shooting. bill cosby's lawyers are suggesting for the first time that the sex assault case against him is racially motivated. celebrity attorney gloria alred, who represents system of the accusers who could testify against him, calls the attack desperate. cosby is due to go to trial in pennsylvania in june. air bnb is apologizing for its slow response to accusations of racism. the company is taking steps combat the problem. one step, automatically blocking future reservations for dates where a host has told someone that a property was unavailable. some african american guests posted on social media that they were told listings were not available on the dates they wanted only to later see those listings and dates advertised. the federal aviation summation is warning airline passengers not to turn on or charge samsung galaxy note 7 smartphones during flights.
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numerous customers reported that batteries exploded. the concern is that and incident with the battery could spark a fire on board a flight. the faa's warning is extremely unusual, and also cautions passengers not to put phones in checked baggage. 5300 wells fargo employees are out of a job this morning for opening unapproved accounts. the bank was hit with a $185 million fine for opening millions of unauthorized accounts to satisfy regulators, wells fargo will also compensate customers who had to pay fees or charges. investigators say employees opened accounts and moved funds that led to customers being charged. the new nfl season started the way the last one ended w the denver broncos defeating the carolina panthers. the panthers, who were leading in the 4th quarter, missed what would have been the game winning field goal with closing seconds, a 50- yarder, wide left. broncos win it 21-20.
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>> heart-breaking. well after months of debate and a decision from the circuit court, a decision is made on early voting. >> the rules three local election boards must now
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sunday will mark 15 years since the 9/11 terror attacks. today local police and firefighters will lay a wreath, and soldiers will offer a gun salute in a ceremony at bragg. that ceremony begins at 10 on
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just about anything, elizabeth? . >> it will be. taking a look at reynolds climb. it looks pretty, but it looks hazy, doesn't it? you can almost tell how hot it's going to be today. expect it to be very similar to yesterday, when highs were in the mid-90s. it's 72 in raleigh, 68 in rocksboro. still feels pleasant. our warm up will happen pretty quickly this morning. feeling more like with the heat index. 89 on sunday. we do have a chance of some thunderstorms late on sunday. much of the week will be dry. good news if you have outdoor plans if you don't mind it being hot. brian? 8:27, elizabeth. we have an accident on 42 near the -- interchange, heading away from 50. you can see a fire truck is on the scene, and something going on on that street just before you get to the i-40 westbound exit
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western side of johnst,n county. not really seeing any delays. need to consider that as you head out this morning. also we have a couple crashes on the north side of raleigh, one on leesville at mill brooke, another at -- we are picking up some pretty heavy southbound delays on six forks this morning. back to you. >> brian, thanks. still ahead on fox 50, great ready to hopscotch all over town. the great performers coming
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they agreed it would not be in the interest of justice to retry sm in front of the courthouse in wilmington. we'll be there and have a live report on wral's news at noon. early voting is expanding in counties across the state. a court order required a longer early voting period. yesterday's state board of elections officials heard arguments in more than 30 counties over where and when that voting should take place. wake county, the state board added polling locations. in orange county, early voting hours were extended. and in cumberland county, sunday setting was restored. for more details on changes at
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raleigh police are following up on a series of public meetings -- series of four face-to-face public meetings. yesterday the police department released a report listing the concerns they heard at the meetings and steps that have been taken in the last few months. the top concerns were community policing, body cams and other technology, transparency and accountability, diversity, and engaging the latino community. addresses each topic in detail. you can download a copy from their web site. a kenley police officer charged with felony involuntary manslaughter for killing a suspect with a stun gun remains out of jail one day after facing a judge. jesse s&lafort turned himself in to authorities yesterday. . the charge stems for a march high-speed chase with police that ended with the suspect crashing in johnston county.
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his hands up and was in his truck when santafort shocked him with a taser four times. the medical examiner says that killed him. . >> he says that in his opinion, the taser -- he would not have died but for the taser. >> santafort told fbi agents it suspect lung him. is on unpaid leave from his job. community lead rester rolling out a new campaign to support the transit plan. new wake forward is supporting the bipartisan plan to improve connections between the 12 municipalities in the county. it will cost about $2.3 billion to build and operate in the first 10 years a referendum on the november ballot would add a half-cent sales tax to pay for the program.
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sea turtle rescue and rehab station center in surf city. petunia, dandelion, sweet pea, piglet, and rosebud, those are their names, were all staying at the center, being nursed back to health. the center is staffed by volunteers, many who are faculty and staff at -- veterinary medicine. the group has been rescuing sea turtles for over 20 years. >> so do you like the name sweet pea that's 200-pounds? >> i don't know if it quite matches or reflects how huge it is, but it could be ironic. >> it is. i think that's what they were going for. >> i think bubba is is a better name. >> a perfectly fine name for a sea turtle, too. it's going to be very warm along the coast as well as here. our tower camera is looking west across wake county. it does look a little hazy out there this morning. right now it still feels okay
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8:30. 72 in durham and clayton, 72 in roanoke rapids and irwin, and 73 degrees in goldsboro. you heading out the door for your morning run, still feels fine now. if you wait until after work, oh it's going to be sweltering. if you head out now, feels just a touch muggy and warm with temperatures in the low to mid-70s. we do have some cooler temperatures on the way for indication week. we'll talk about that in just a few minutes. some of the biggest names in hollywood are gett cancer. they'll take over tv during prime time for a fund raising special. this is a ground breaking initiative aimed at speeding up research and getting therapies to patients quickly. this is video from last year's event. among the stars participating, matthew mcconaughey, emma stolen, and vie control la davis. substantial doubt up to cancer airs tonight at 8 p.m. you can watch it right here on wral and fox 50. it's 8:34. the fall festival time is here in the triangle, and
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through raleigh tonight. >> [ music ]. >> go on and on and on. >> found out where herbsrika badu, aka sarah bell,m -- i can't believe you guys did this, find out she'll be tonight.
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thank you so much for joining us. it will us about hopscotch. >> we were talking about erika bad,. we love erika badu. she is going to be here tonight. her and gary clark, junior, will be playing at the red hat amp theater. there are just performers happening. there are single-day tickets available. there are ticks just for red hat amp theater, city plaza, tons of stuff. or you can buy a throw-day pack. shows are happening through saturday night. >> i love that name, beericana. beericana celebrating, i don't know how many years at this point. it just keeps getting better and better and better. tons of breweries, food trucks, live music. tickets are still available for
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they also have general admission tickets, $45. >> tell us -- festival. >> so yummy. they are -- it's always a good thing. it's over at the north carolina state fair grounds, the grand building. through sunday. lot of food, live performances. i know, if you go on the greek festival web site, you can get free tickets >> greensville has got i think for the second straight year, the folk festival. >> that's a three-day festival happening. hundreds of acts, performances. just a variety of there. admission is free. so it's a great event to bring your family, too, lots of food. just huge. >> so it's a lot of music there? . >> a lot of music, a lot of, a lot of live performances, and performance acts, people playing drugs, people doing dancing and stuff. >> yeah. it sounds interesting. >> it's a variety. >> dig a little deeper. >> okay. so darius rucker will be -- >> i love him.
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night. you can check him out. he has gone full-on country. he is a country star at this point. he is over at -- music park at walnut creek. >> do you think weird al will mention donald trump and hillary clinton? . >> i never know with weird al. he's so much fun. weird al tonight at durham -- center. he's been doing the same thing for decades now. >> people love him. he's a comedy icon, also music icon, which is not something i would have thought in the ?80s. a nice guy, too. >> the downtown raleigh home show, in the's really exciting. >> raleigh convention center. if you want to do interior design for your home, want to learn more about getting a hot to beings getting a pool, or just ding any kind of work on your home, you can go over there. it's happening all weekend. they're going to have speakers. our smart shopper is going to
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>> yes, from i know his face, don't necessarily know his name. he does hgtv. he's going to be out there helping you, figure out what you can with your home. i think we all need tips from him. >> and kate prosser will be here. >> she always fills you with so much information. >> the 25th annual dog olympics. >> i love the dog olympics. north medicine -- it is so much fun. it's saturday. ening bring your dog out there. they're going to have an olympic village with 20 vendors. thaw ear going to have a dog agility competition. just a lot of fun for your dog. >> and the og festival, which immediately in my mind, i think original gangster festival. >> no. cowboys. . they're going to be in windel, and everything starts friday night. there's a big gathering of
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they're associated with first- touch horse home. live music, line dancing. tomorrow they're going to do trail rides, all couldn't of fun stuff. you can go out there and get in touch with nature. >> good grief. another incredible weekend. >> . >> and for more information on kathy's picks out and about, go to you can download the -- app, and take it with you on the go if you would that's pretty amazing. >> yeah. . i thought we were going to listen to darius rucker a little bit. this is as toking me here. >> okay. >> all right. we need to move on, and -- >> this week's local dish features another great meal inspired by a cooking contest at the north carolina state fair. and this dish is sure to be a hit at your next get together. >> brian and lisa make beef pin wheels. >> and the boss, he can still put on a show, and he
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so kathy was just talking about all the amazing things going on, of course, this weekend. this kicks off our it's value season, you know, just tons and tons of them in september and october, all the way through the state fair. because the weather is usually fantastic the it's going to be a little on the hot side, though, this could woo. here's our fayetteville skycam. you can see, it looks a little hazy there. a lot of sky cams we're looking at look a little hazy.
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southwest wind at 8 per hour. still feels fine. our dew point is getting a little closer to 70, and -- it hits 70, and that moves us into the progressively hot feeling, progressively muggy feeling zone, in my opinion. it is 75 in south hills, up 73 in rocky mount, 72 in chapel hill. we head south, 72 at southern pines, 73 fayetteville and goldsboro. the temperatures have not yet started to climb too much, but they will. and of course we've dry period minus hermine last weekend. our drought update prior to hermine showed about normally dry conditions stretching from the triangle south and west. after with had all that rain on friday and early saturday, a lot of that was just erased from the map. this came out about 9:00 yesterday. we show it on the noon show, but we don't get a good sense of it during our morning newscast until friday. so franklin county, nash
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normally dry. we have a dry weather pattern with us, too. it may be next week when we check the drought monitor we see more about normally dry conditions. we'll see. a lot of folks did see a good amount of rain from hermine. high pressure keeps us hot and dry for today. we are waiting on a cool front set up to our north and west. that arrives on sunday. the computer models have been back and forth how much rain there may be with this. it's mainly been not very much, little bit, not very much. i don't hold out a whole hope we'll get much of a soaking with that rain. looks like it's going be pretty late on sunday. be sure to tune in during the weekend, and we'll be talking more about the timing of the rain, especially on sunday morning. you'll want to tune into mike moss. look at the heat. these gray colors are where it's hottest. and, boy, we're going to see a lot of that for the weekend. now the hot air now being all the way up to our north begins to shift southward. we get a little break on
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have another little blurb where it's going to be fairly hot. after that, temperatures really drop behind wednesday's front, and cool things down nicely for thursday. 95 degrees our high temperature for today. weed, pollen is high. we typically think of the pollen season as being spring, but the fall, the weeds really come out. ragweed and pig weed are high. i know people at my house are sort of sniffle ling and suffering from that. so you may be also. related to that in some way is one of the garden tours weekend. it's a pollinator tour. and of course a lot of the pollinators are on decline. so at this tour, you can learn how to attract pollinate to your garden and help support them. going to be warm on saturday, 79 at 10:00 a.m., and at 4:00 92. the be better garden tour. you can pick up that more on line. we turn cooler on monday after our front comes through. it's going to feel less humid. a nice change for us on monday after a fairly warm weekend. and then, on thursday, this will be our coolest day of the weekend.
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it's going to really feel nice. going to start to feel more like fall. >> bill can't wait. >> i don't do heat very well. >> changes are coming. the north carolina state fair is next month. hopefully it will be cooler for that at least. on local dish brian and -- lisa prince are sharing dishes inspired by the fair's cook >> gary: this week they have a beef dish that will be the hit of your >> all right. so the nc cattle men association theme this year for the cooking contest is beef appetizers. we thought why not come up with some type of a beef pin roll up. puff pastry makes everything good. >> reporter: saute some onions and peppers. add some salt and pepper. then brown some hamburger. when it's done, we make our sauce. >> mix together mayonnaise, a little fresh horseradish. >> i can't stand horseradish
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it's going to give it a creamy little flavor versus like horseradish. don't worry. i would say trust me, but i you really don't. >> reporter: flour the counter, and unroll a puff pastry. then spread the horseradish mixture all over it. top wit a hamburger and pepper mixture, then place some cheese on top. we're using muenstrr. >> now we're going to roll it up. >> reporter: lot of responsibility. >> it's up to you. i think you can do it. >> reporter: i'll try it. that you don't -- >> i'm not going to complain. >> reporter: we decided to work together on this project. once it's rolled, cut it into 1- inch slices. then place the slices on a baking sheet, and bake them for 350 degrees about 20 minutes. itis a sump the appetizer you can make ahead of time and bake when the guests arrive. >> those are good little beef appetizers. >> that's delicious. >> uh-huh. >> reporter: these things will get you in trouble. >> they will.
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like little philly cheese steaks. >> reporter: that's very, very good. >> get a cup of the recipe on the recipe is in the search box, and look for a ink will to the printable version. next week, brian -- and lisa prince share a super recipe that includes north carolina pork. you can get information about entering some of the state fair cooking contests at the fair's web site. employees at lenovo stepped desks to help others. >> you guys are at 30,000. >> the company partnered to package dehydrated middle schools to send overseas. by the end of the day, they completed 100,000 meals to be sent to no zack beak and sam by i don't. the project was part of national hunger awareness month. >> good work. good people. bruce spring stein again breaks the record for the longest concert in america. wednesday night's concert in philly lasted nearly four hours and four minutes.
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morning. that tops the band's old record set on august the 30th when the band played four hours at met life stadium in new jersey. it auto's record in the u.s., but still not the boss's longest show ever. that happened in finland in h,lsinki in 2012 when his band went four hours and six minutes. spring stein's u.s. river tour wraps up next week. >> four hours? wow. that's a lot. >> that's a lot. >> good shape. >> that's also a are watching. >> heard my favorite songs. >> bet the crowd was thrilled. >> i'm sure they were. electric cars -- >> yeah. >> -- take a look at what a canadian company is coming out with, the one-seater electric car. it's called the solo. a company called lek try mechanica is beginning release this next year. you can go ahead and order your
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it costs $15,500, goes a hundred miles on charge, and it can do 0 to 60 in 8 secs. >> really? . >> when you plug it into a 220- volt socket, 3 hours to charge fully. not bad. >> when somebody says, "hey, buddy, can you give me a ride." . >> you've got an easy answer: "no i can't." . >> might as well drive your kid's little toy car. >> it may not be the most attractive little consider in the world, but it will get you from point -- >> pretty zippy, too. >> yeah. now you're about to witness digi the cat in usa, who is in the guinness book of world records 2017 as having done the most cat tricks in under a minute. and you're watching these tricks. there are 20. sit, give the left paw. what number are we on? that's the every what. then the sit up.
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go to one side. yeah, exactly. the guinness people screwed it up. where are we? we're coming up on 11 now, and you're going to see the stand and the shuffle to the right, the shuffle to the left. >> oh my -- >> these are stretching the definition of "tricks,"
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next week's a little better. >> it's lot better. have to get through the week, though. hey, if you can get out to the lake, pool one more time before it cools down, this is your weekend for that. our durham skycam looks nice. a bit of high thin cloud cover in places. a lot of blue to be seen as well. 73 rocksboro, 75 south hill. we do warm up quickly to 95 this afternoon, about where we hit yesterday for our high temperature. 92 saturday, and 89 sunday. there was a chance of storms mainly sunday late in the day. so if you do have daytime plans sunday, you should be able to get these in before much of the rain bins. brian? 8:57 now, elizabeth. have a number of minor crashes that have popped up in the last little while. look out for one on 40 eastbound around the u.s. 1 interchange. also we have a stall vehicle on
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things have slowed down coming in from holly springs. at an accident getting cleared up from six forks road at -- leesville road. we'll head over toward the orange durham county line. look out for an earlier crash on the right shoulder of 85 northbound. back to you. >> thanks, brian. a wilmington man wrongly convicted of murder in 1988 is expected to attend a rally on his own half today. the district attorney decided not to retry johnny small for the crime. wral will be at today's rally. at noon. >> that's our news for now.
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