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a homeowner says he showed support for donald trump may have put a target on his home. >> we look at the damage and stifle his confidence. >> minority voter turner has been low so far. fbi the disposition of charges against hillary clinton has not changed. here the truck campaign has to say about it. >> we begin with the fbi bombshell, nine days after
email as investigation, fbi director gives the all clear. comey set a new letter to congress saying after examining thousands of additional emails, the agency hasn't changed its original opinion that clinton should not face criminal charges. the revelation comes after review of newly discovered emails linked to a separate investigation of former congressman anthony weiner. >> last month he says the newly discovered emails could be of a private server to cop a spokesperson for clinton says the findings about a clinton's interest in the fbi did not find anything. >> two days before election, the polls continue to show a tight race for the white house. the final nbc wall street journal poll shows clinton gets the award for 44% of likely voters compared to trumps 40% met gary johnson is backed by
clinton's advantage over travis 40 to 43% it should be noted clinton's lead is down from 11 point margin from a poll taken in october. the truck campaign kept its foot on the gas pedal in north carolina today. vice presidential candidate and penn state is stop this evening. he promised a crowd a stronger america he also used the clinton email scandal as reason not to vote top competitor. is it the lack of charges against hillary clinton are a function of a great system. pgas, the market people can put an end to decades of clinton corruption. we can close the history books on the clinton's once and for all by letting donald trump. >> with that mike pence was off to have new hampshire for another rally earlier in the
>> celebrities making the final performances to show support for the candidates. among them, jon bon jovi performed for crowd in charlotte in support of hillary clinton and the state democrat party. them credit candidate for governor ray cooper also made an appearance. >> north carolina continues to be a must win battleground state for both candidates. donald trump needs a rally tomorrow in raleigh. hillary clinton also tomorrow for an election eve midnight get out the vote rally scheduled to be at reynolds coliseum on the campus of nc state. the doors open at 8:45 pm. >> a local home targeted by vandals. while police can't say for sure the shooting was politically motivated, the homeowner says he has no doubt. >> this report shows a weapon may have been a bb gun. the homeowner says he's no less concern. >> these are holes here and
door and double doors and circled on his front porch. >> gunshots, james powers counts at least 20 to go also his work front porch is a 4 x 8' trumps line. >> this is my right. as an american citizen. >> this is your home. >> this is where we live. this is where sanctuary. >> he's convinced someone shot of his house because of that sign up for all the other big trumps science he has put up in the area. he happened to be out to dinner with his son who lives here with him when the bullets flew. between seven and a 30 saturday nights. they got home i called police. >> i don't try to speculate on the what is. every bit of this can be
we're safe. it's disappointing. >> this is not the first time his science have come under fire. mr. powers is a big trumps sign here on more so parkway that has been set on fire. he filed a police report and assign still stands. >> the semiretired landscape contractor and grandfather says this is the fourth time he his science. >> i've never picked up somebody else's sign, hurt somebody else's sign or property. >> he's not about to take down any of his science. >> as an american citizen, my rate to choose is my right. >> there on his front porch, the flag yet waves. investigators urge anyone who notices suspicious activity in the area last night to give
election night. >> 20 journalists be in the field of candidates as you learn the results will have the fastest selection and returns of anyone in the area, coverage begins at seven and will continue well into the night and includes a special one-hour edition around 11 o'clock news. will have election coverage focused on local and state races. over coverage be available our app and our website. >> i candidate for the state house passed away. >> the day county commissioner is seeking to represent house districts six. the governor issued a state -- a statement on his death. the state gop and democratic party offered condolences. >> parents may find out if the be given paid leave after the
vote on the proposal tomorrow night which includes six weeks of paid leave. the price of mothers and fathers and adoption and foster them. right now please have to do unpaid leave the family medical leave act. last month, john county incremented what's considered to be one of the most generous municipal benefits in the south with 12 paid weeks. rally doesn't offer any paid leave at all. is up and running after a deadly explosion. the company reports service resume this morning. the pipeline was gasoline from the gulf coast new york city provides 40% of the supply on the east coast. the pipeline was knocked off- line monday. as it is a excavation hit the pipeline killing one person and injuring four others. officials that could take several days for the delivery supply chain to return to
september there's a leak that led to a gas shortage in our state. >> another body has been found on the south carolina property of man accused of chaining a woman inside a storage locker. >> prosecutors say a man admitted to killing people. the suspect has been charged with four counts of murder but the prosecutor expects more charges. >> search efforts will resume tomorrow for unlikely places. tomorrow night, we talk with former nc states an nfl quarterback eric kramer who opens up about his battle with depression, his suicide to attempt and his new outlook on life. watch his ultimate comeback story in two parts at five and six on wral tv 5 tomorrow night. a rare illness is not contagious pop-up and eight children from the same area?
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numbers and north carolina. >> the number of some minority voters is still low. candace smith spoke to some groups making a last effort to get more of them out to the polls tuesday. how do the numbers that? >> as analysts study the numbers of minority voters who have gone to the polls early, this is making headlines because there is a marked difference when you look at the numbers compared to 2012 depending on which demographic you're looking at phone banking for volunteers. >> we want to get that culture of civic participation more entrenched in our communities. >> recent number show early voter participation within the latino community is up compared to four years ago. according to the north carolina board of elections, more than 165 the latino community is up compared to four years ago. according to the north carolina board of elections, more than 165,000 registered voters are
by nearly 2%. >> we're told language barriers are a concern for many spanish- speaking voters at the polls. beyond that they say they're much more similarities than differences. >> the issues they carry that are similar to other voters. things like education, housing, immigration is clearly a concern . >> we have to keep doing what we're doing. >> what really voting numbers african-americans appear to have gone down. but not to deter the naacp. >> with scheduling rights for churches and citizens to take people to the polls tuesday morning. they will be there bright and early. >> nationwide the number of african-american voters has increased 12 with 9 million in 2000 to nearly 18,000,000 in 2012. even with that, some political analyst do not expect the numbers that were seen in 2012.
great turnout tuesday. we have done our best to educate people on their rights. >> the naacp as well as a publicity part of the challenge has been re-educating voters following the ruling that state lawmakers adopted a while back there was discriminatory in nature but they say they won't be deterred. the the the day, the how the final numbers and for minority voters and they will go from there. >> just two days away. moving on to medical mystery as doctors in washington state are puzzled. eight children have rare neurological illness and no one knows how they got it. it's called acute flaccid my life and effects the spinal cord. it's so weird to see the disease that they see no cases
it's not contagious, there's no connection between the children , all of them are expected to survive. overseas, a deadly tornado tore destructive path to rome italy. take a look at this video shows a violent the stress of knocked down buildings, trees and power lines. at least two people died in the storm. one of the victims was in a building with the top two floors were ripped off. dozens of injuries have been reported. >> several roads and forcibly is shut down. heavy weekend rains flooded farms and fields throughout the rest of the region. this weekend marks 50 years as the worst planning to head to florence braced to the streets killing dozens. a magnitude 5.3 earthquake is shaken central oklahoma. happened within the past 90 minutes for the epicenter was
arkansas. scientists have noted oh, sharp increase of earthquakes with the under water -- >> the north carolina museum of art has a new showcase written to greet you before you get to the front door. >> will show you the new expanded park now open to visitors. >> you may not need to grab a jacket as you head out to work. we will see how long
we count on them now buck newton wants to be our top law-enforcement officer, but he failed to show up in the state senate. buck missed nearly one out of five votes, more than any senator but one. 10 times, buck newton was penalized for missing tax deadlines. the press says, "an attorney general should show more respect for the rule of law."
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park reopened in celebration this afternoon. constructed to expand the park began in august of last year thanks to the integration do parking and the new promenade connecting the park to >> those guys so blue. not a cloud in the sky. >> did you go see the big giant bunny? >> tonight was it. you missed it. >> was talking about those big illuminated funnies. you can see the online. >> let's look at cool teeratures, 40s and 50s out there. 43 in south hill. 46 in raleigh.
milder in fayetteville. the frost advisory in effect tonight for parts of the piedmont back towards the mountains, it's very unlikely we have any widespread frost. maybe a couple locations and some patchy frost overnight tonight but shouldn't be a big deal. better shot at getting more frost tomorrow into tuesday. here's a live look from the sky cam, it's a quiet night. high-pressure to the north partly cloudy sk currently calm. dew point in the 40s and humidity at 93%. lots of blue sky. how gorgeous day. it started off cold temperatures in the 30s but warmed into the 60s and 70s with plenty of sunshine. clouds streaming in from the north and west. will have northeasterly flow overnight
likely to be cooler than today thanks to a week cold front. surely overnight upper 30s, 42 in raleigh, 42 in rocky mount and 42 in fayetteville. i chilly night tonight. if you're going to stand around , have jacket handy and temperatures in the lower to middle 40s with plenty of sunshine. i chilly start plenty of sunshine in the afternoon temperatures climbing to 65 degrees. tomorrow's high, the warmest spot down toward fayetteville. cooler locations to the north. 63 in roxborough and 64 in south hill. temperatures close to normal, i chilly start 42 below 65 for the high. normal 67. very close to normal. the records 80 degrees. tuesday is election day.
temperatures in the upper 30s and we could have patchy frost tuesday morning. pulls open at 6:30 am. 730, once closes amateurs dropped to 59. 69 wednesday with a few clouds starting at the 45 my temperatures comfortable thursday and friday, write a one of the best days of the week and it's veterans day. a lot of people have off from work and school. i too much of 70 and mostly sunny skies that we'll watch this cold front moving in late friday, early saturday ago i remain but cooler temperatures for next weekend with lows in the 40s and 30s and high temperatures in the 50s for saturday and sunday. with fabulous weather this weekend. did you see the panthers game?
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like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! lcv victory fund is responsible for the content of this advertising.
after the rams. we also hear about the hits on cam newton as we move along this week. will start the first quarter this one, the panthers off to a really good start. cam finds greg olsen. the panthers up 7-0 at halftime. not a lot of scoring. thomas davis, go up and get that. he is an old man football wise but that was a great effort to stop the drive. they give it to kenny britt's who gets into the end #kick on the way. the panthers minutes 13-10. >> they should up a good defense sacking cam newton five times. that's not what is concerning pakarinen talked about not getting calls last week from officials, let me show you to its and appear to be helmet to helmet on cam, neither got a flag.
that one wasn't flagged. here's another from aaron donald later launches himself into newton. it was also not flagged. cam is asked about the officiating after the game.>> i'm not worried about that just trying to find ways to win a football game. >> that's all he had to say. they accomplished that. first road win of the season next week they will play the chiefs at home. cowboys and brown's in cleveland. how about that dak brisket. brown's lead 3-0. he finds jason witten for the touchdown. this talk about benching this guy with tony romo as well. i don't think that will go over well in dallas at this point. second quarter, press kits to beasley. the berky completed 21 of his 27 passes for three touchdowns, dallas winning big 35-to 10.
in the latest poll december 15 after beating georgia tech family. they don't have much time to get ready for the next game, they will play duke rival thursday night as they get ready to battle for that bill. this is a short turnaround will make a busy week. he said there's and urged to try to get a lot done but he also knows the value >> the key is to make sure they are fresh thursday. it's a big deal, how much energy they use in the game. ill be beat up, bruised. the key is making sure they are fresh thursday. as a coach you want to put in things and game plan all these things but your two days. they have to be able to execute. >> long weather delay in texas on a nascar race is scheduled
still going on in them a while to go. i would tell you who wonder what that means for the chase after the nfl game. the canes got issue about win last night -- a shootout win last night. >> the hurricanes had that look on the talent of a tonight, to city stretch. missed opportunities abound against the devils. >> everyone and made it difficult for us to create. >> michael cammalleri a crater on his own in the second period. he to score a new jerseys previous 10 games, he gets to on the devils only two shots of the second period, as a third in the third to pick up that. they prevent them from their first shutout.
unit once near the top in efficiency, zero for 12. >> the constant execution and confidence. it comes down the guys doing their part. if they start getting frustrated and taking the easy route, if they think will be easy, it's not. >> they shoot a lot and get second and third chances. the winners play through same for the >> bill meet again on election night, up in the garden state. maybe a couple needed a flag. >> i know it's football. i know he will get hit but the complaints last week, the thing is a running quarterback and he gets hit, this time he was in the pocket. >> he didn't say as much this time. you wonder who got to them.
commissioner. >> i believe coach ron rivera said let me take care of that. he talks tomorrow so we'll have to wait and see. chilly tonight, temperatures in the upper 30s to low 40s tomorrow morning. a beautiful afternoon, lots of sunshine tomorrow the high 65, 67 tuesday, milder with mostly sunny skies, colder start for election day. bumping it up to 70 by wednesday with a few more . very comfortable over the next few afternoons but chilly in the morning. thank you for joining us. we'll take a look at major stories coming up next. after that, our next newscast is on wral tv 5 after sunday night football, have a
cooper: when we lost the nba all-star game... the ncaas... and the acc championships... it hurt north carolina's economy and our national reputation. but this election
for governor is not just about one bad law. it's about them. i'm roy cooper. and this election is about finally stopping the loss of our teachers, lowering taxes on families and growing our economy. we need to fix this... for their sake. a congressional district known as "the octopus", another called "the snake", and 28 state legislative districts all drawn by politicians in raleigh to segregate african-american voters, all upheld by judge bob edmunds. but federal judges rejected edmunds' decision for misusing race for partisan gain. the clear choice for state supreme court? judge mike morgan. he's endorsed by president obama.
even as crews continue to work to bring it back online. a rape investigation on duke's campus. wral has learned it involves a former student --
related to a family that's given millions to the university. and, wral investigates the state's daycare rating system. why the number of stars a facility receives -- only provides a snapshot of the care and safety of children. i'm ken sm good evening...thanks for joining us...here are some other stories we're covering this week on rewind. a helicopter crashes shortly after take off in moore county... a campbell university student dies - after a fall out of a 3rd floor dorm room window.... and..candidates are leaving nothing to chance -- as they visit our state trying to secure undecided voters. let's begin on monday - charges are expected to be upgraded against a man accused of shooting his ex- girlfriend and