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the sometimes polarizing figure is a clinton administration and she was 78. candidates get ready to make the final pitch. less than 24 hours before election day. where they plan to hold rallies in hopes of getting voters to the polls. starting the workweek with cooler temperatures. texas department of public safety sargeant elizabeth carter tells us how much it will warm up today. thank you for joining us. i am le age of 78. >> she died of complications from parkinson's disease. bill leslie is in the newsroom with more.>> reporter: jana reno was the first woman to serve as a us attorney general. she was a former miami prosecutor who famously told reporters. she served eight years as attorney general under president former president bill clinton. the longest stint in a century and was one of the administration's most
figures. she faced criticism early in her tenure for the deadly raid on the branch davidian compound in waco texas where david rash and 80 followers died. in the spring of 2000 reno and raged her hometown's cuban- american community when she authorized the armed seizure of elliott gonzalez. before he was taken from the little havana home of the his relatives so he could be returned to his dad in cuba. after leaving sh returned to florida and made an unsuccessful run for florida governor that was back in 2002 but lost in a democratic primary marred by voting problems. the goddaughter says she spent her final days at home in the -- in miami surrounded by family.
candidates will be in raleigh today on this the final day before the election. as tracy potts reports, north carolina as part of a final push. >> reporter: with 42 million votes already in, hillary clinton has a four point lead in the last nbc wall street journal poll. and the fbi review is overwith no smoking gun and no charges and many of those 650,000 emails duplicates . not mention it in new hampshire but she did talk about the day after the election. >> we will have some work to do to bring about healing and reconciliation after this election. we have to begin listening to one another and respecting one another. >> are we looking forward to tuesday evening? >> donald trump claims the fbi is protecting clinton. >> hillary clinton is guilty and she knows it.
the people, the fbi, they know it. i think it's very embarrassing. and now it is up to the american people to deliver the justice. >> president obama joins clinton tonight. >> the most qualified person ever to run. >> clinton is leading women, african-americans, latinos and early voters while trump leads men, seniors and whites without college degrees on this final full d polls open tomorrow. tracy potts, nbc news. trump is in florida , north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire and michigan today. clinton is making two stops in pennsylvania plus michigan and north carolina. early voters turned out in north carolina. 3 million voters cast ballots for the election.
there are more than 1.5 million registered african- american voters in north carolina. those numbers have not reached the 2012 levels. hispanic early voting in north carolina is up by 75% with 165,000 registered voters. wral is where you want to be on election night for prospective you will not find anywhere else. 20 journalists will be in the field with candidates as they learn the results. we will have the fastest election results of anyone else. our coverage on wral begins at 7:00 i it includes a special one-hour addition of our 11 fox news. david crabtree and laura leslie will be on wral 2 focused on local and state races. find that on channel 5.2 an time warner 555 . all coverage will be on wral.com and the app.
james courtney retry for the death of james deberry in 2009. the charges against courtney and another codefendant were dismissed in 2010 after a jury failed to reach a unanimous verdict. recording was rearrested last year. a deadly domestic incident and garner. 32-year-old randolph davidson and 26-year-old kelly harris were in a fight that officers say davidson stabbed harris. the neighbor saw this and fired shots at davidson. he died from his injuries. harris is recovering. no word on whether charges will be filed against the neighbor. the mornings will be downright cold. >> temperatures in the 30s and 40s this morning and we will see that on through the week. this is the museum skycam. from the north carolina museum of natural sciences, look at the blue sky above downtown
temperatures are starting to warm up a little bit with the sunshine. sunrise this morning at 6:45 am so we have a while now for the sun to warm things that. 45 in kure. 36 roxborough, 48 southern pines, 47 rocky mount, so starting to warm things up a touch. temperatures close to 60 at lunchtime and low to the afternoon. it will be fairly cool compared to yesterday's a 71. it stays nice and bright for election day. we will talk about the forecast for tomorrow morning. some places under a frost advisory tomorrow morning. brian is here with a look at the roads. slow of the northbound durham freeway. no specific incident causing this. it may just be congestion or
looking at 42 minutes to make that trip from i-40 to macon street. it is still a good option, 55 westbound from i-40 to durham freeway is the best choice. 14 minutes to make that trip. as people hear about the delays they will start using 55 westbound and we will see those drive times increasing. also looking at an incident blocking the median on 40 westbound as you had through the 540 interchange. traffic around that area but overall the right on 40 westbound through wake county is slow. using up and garner. then from 442 way to south and west raleigh, 25 minute ride. then 17 minutes from wade avenue to high port. because of those delays between wade we see heavy traffic on out be -- outbound wade avenue. glenwood avenue area heading to the 440 interchange towards
of time to there. also an accident on carey parkway northwest at chapel hill road between cary and morris fell. heavy traffic on 54 west. saw that west drive time on the northbound durham freeway and seeing slow traffic this morning with sun glare delays on 40 eastbound away from 5501. it is 8:00. many communities are fighting back from hurricane matthew. where they will deal with the cost of the storm today. the latest on the bass pipe
we count on them to show up for us. 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."
state and local leaders will meet today to talk about hurricane relief efforts in
wayne county. it was among the hardest hit by flooding following hurricane matthew. officials from the county and city of goldsboro will discuss storm relief in next year's budget. the budget director will be at this meeting . state officials hope to educate you on flood damaged vehicles after the storm . they will give tips on how to avoid scams involving the sales of such vehicles . 5 on your side has tips on how to avoid flood damage vehicles on wral.com. find it in the consumer section. durham police trying to find out who shot a bb gun at a
a bus was on glenbrook drive and was struck with a bb gun pellet. this was 6:30 pm last night. the bus was damaged and no one on the bus was hurt. fire department is gathering feedback on a redo project of one of the fire stations. fire station 14 is being relocated to hardin road. the current location on lakeland trail is a big enough for future fire department growth. construction of the new site is expected to begin next year. you can review the plans and meeting at jc park community center tonight at 7:00. an election season full of twists and turns and of course drama. >> what action many broadway shows are taking on election night to get into the dramatic role. it could be part of a growing trend. companies offering paid parental leave. which city could join that parental leave. which city could join that trend. washington has made richard burr wealthy. we know that. burr voted himself 5 pay raises
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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. mike morgan: north carolina needs a judge who's fair. what's happened to our north carolina? pat mccrory's disastrous hb2 discrimination law has cost us jobs and damaged our reputation. coal ash threatens our drinking water, but mccrory's given them a sweetheart deal, leaving us to pay for cleaning up their mess. and while mccrory's given huge tax breaks to those at the top, his education cuts have left our schools falling behind.
just gorgeous. i will say as much as i hated getting darker earlier it is nice to see the sun earlier in the mornings. it is warming up temperatures as well. that is a bonus. let's be positive. [ laughter ]. i was talking about how much i hated when it gets dark earlier. trying to spread it around a little bit. we're looking at chilly especially tonight. we have potential for frost advisory in the western part of the new area. western counties, back closer to charlotte and asheville. frost advisory in effect for tonight. we had chilly temperatures and we have not yet had a widespread frost. the front arrives on wednesday
cold this weekend potentially of this fall. with high temperatures in the 50s on saturday and sunday. look at this pretty sunshine today. this is eastern wake county, really soaking up the sun today. 47 is the current temperature so that's up a little bit from overnight. wind north that 3. it make it blustery later on today. henderson, 43. cornell 43. 10 degree jump from last hour. 44 south hill, 47 39 sanford. 48 sender pine. 51 erwin. a quick jump with all the sunshine. we could have a number of spots in the 30s. it will stay cool today. temperatures in the low and mid 60s today instead of low 70s like yesterday thanks to the high pressure system getting cranked up and pushing the cool air. to the of their we have showers and a cold front and
on wednesday. along with that we will see clouds beginning up tomorrow and cloudy tomorrow night and into the day wednesday. here is a look at all of that cloud cover and rain. you will notice we stay dry to the rest of the day today as well as tonight and much of tomorrow. we start to see the clouds warming in the afternoon. you can pick out the front right there. that band of rain looks well organized through tomorrow night. we get into wednesday morning and it crosses the mountains. st scattered showers. 63 today, 67 tomorrow. temperatures are very close to normal for afternoon highs. a chilly morning. a few places will see patchy frost. election day, 38 degrees and a high of 77. as the polls close, 59.
no rain for election day but up to a 30% chance mid to late afternoon and the front moves on bye. it will be cool on thursday. the morning low stays okay but just 62 for the high. another front friday and it will be dry. saturday is chilly. 56 degrees. the record was 80 degrees and 2015. just last year we had the record high posted as a cold sunday morning with mp that maybe the call this morning we've seen so far this fall. kurdish led forces backed by the us have announced the start of a campaign to retake caracas, isis headquarters in syria. the us considers the syrian kurdish fighters is the most effective force against isis. defense secretary ash carter welcomed this announcement. in mosul, iraq he kurdish fighters exchange gunfights this morning.
directions on a town east of the city. it is believed to be deserted except for dozens of militants . it is part of the broader push to drive the islamic state out of mosul. in italy a tornado tore a destructive path through rome. this video captured on camera shows the violent twister as it knocked down buildings, trees and power lines. two people died. one of the victims was in a building when the top two another person died when a tree fell. dozens of injuries reported. jury selection today in the trial of dylan roof. he's accused of killing nine african- americans at a church in charleston south carolina. he was indicted on 33 counts related to 9 murders in the june shooting of last year. the initial jury pool had been narrowed to 512 charleston residents as of friday. a panel of 12 will be drawn from that number and will answer the question of guilt
search resumes for more remains buried on the property where a woman was found alive and chained in a metal container. two bodies have been found and one body has been identified as a boyfriend of the women found alive two months after her disappearance. todd cold is charged in four murders and is telling investigators where to find gravesites. a strong earthquake struck oklahoma overnight. near one of the world's largest oil hubs. in cushing, oklahoma. brick fagades collapsed and windowpanes shattered. the city manager questioned whether the buildings may be unsafe and an assisted living center was evacuated. the quake lasted about 10 seconds and was felt as far away as iowa, illinois and texas. there have been 19 reported earthquakes in oklahoma in the
widened their investigation into volkswagen's emissions scandal to include the chairman of the board. hans dieter poche was the chief financial officer when the company scandal breaking a year ago. volkswagen said in a statement yesterday two board members were under investigation for the second. the board members along with the former ceo of the company are accused of taking too long to inform investors of the problem. disabled gas pipeline up and running again in alabama after a deadly explosion. service resumed yesterday. the pipeline moves gasoline from the gulf coast to new york city and provides 40% of the fuel supply on the east coast. the pipeline was knocked off- line last week in a deadly explosion and in september there was a leak that led to a gas shortage and higher prices. the transit unit and the
overnight. the union representing 4700 workers has been on strike for one week. it shut down buses, trolleys and subways. the great white way is vowing tothe power of election night. were taken the night off including the popular shows like phantom of the opera, and the wicked. they will not sing a note on election night. some shows including the lion king and hamilton will play as normal tomorrow night. team coverage previewing rallies in north carolina today. >> one day before the election. candidates return to north carolina for a final push. how the graham family plans
11 minutes from wade avenue to 540. need to allow extra time to that area. look out for sun glare delays creating backups as you leave chapel hill. we are following breaking news. brought in high school in raleigh was placed on lockdown after an incident near the school this morning. these are pictures of the scene. this is near the p street market n cars are there. there was an assault but no details. we will gather information this morning and bring details to you when we get them. the weather looks nice. sunshine and the sunshine is warming things up nicely. bright blue skies over boxborough -- over roxboro. we did start with a number of places in the 30s.
north carolina may never have been this critical in a presidential election. donald trump and clinton they know what. >> both are making final campaign stops here in raleigh. team coverage this morning. emmy victor is at the state fairgrounds and mikaya thurmond is at reynolds coliseum. we begin with emmy.>> reporter: today is what many people would final opportunity for donald trump to make an impression with voters in north carolina. the polls will be opening bright and early tomorrow and many people will be headed out there. there is still a number of voters that have not taken part in early voting and that will be doing so tomorrow. north carolina is a must win state that republican nominee. donald trump has been in north
he ends the swing of events in raleigh. today's rally will be at the arena at the north carolina state fairgrounds. door is open at 12:00. it begins at 3:00. as for his running mate governor mike pence, will be in another battleground state today. hillary clinton will be here and she will be visiting north carolina state university is where mikaya thurmond joins us. >> reporter: this will be clinton's final visit to north carolina before the election and she wont be visiting alone. she will be joined by her husband and former president former president bill clinton and she will be joined by her daughter chelsea clinton. they will host an election evening midnight get out the vote rally. she will discuss her economic plans and her vision to create an america that is stronger together.
of nc state. doors open at 8:45 pm and the event starts at 11:45 pm. space is only available on a first-come first-served basis but with two nominees in our state, things will be very busy on the political front. wral will have coverage of both. mikaya thurmond. out the vote news conference in fayetteville today. it's held at noon at the evans metropolitan ame science church. cumberland county is one of the three counties ordered by judge to restore canceled voter registrations. a federal judge ruled that the purge of voters from the rolls violated the national voter registration act. it prohibits voter removal within 90 days of a federal election. the purge targeted african- american voters. a local home targeted by
the homeowner says he has no data was politically motivated. james powers has a campaign sign on his front porch. he says when he went out to dinner with his son saturday night someone fired shots from what may have been a bb gun at his house on mooresville carpenter road. his front door and windows were shattered. carry police investigating the shooting and they are not sure whether it is politically motivated but powers said he assured >> as an american citizen my right to choose is my right to choose. you know. and i have never picked up somebody else's sign or hurt somebody else's sign. >> powers said this is the fourth time he's called police about a attack on his science. a large sign was burned last weekend. no arrests in either incident.
being retried for the death of james bayberry in 2009. the charges against courtney and another codefendant from 2010 after a jury failed to reach a unanimous verdict. courtney was rearrested last year. deadly domestic incident and garner. randolph davidson and kelly harris were in a fight that spilled outside onto spring drive. vi the neighbors saw what was going on and fired shots at davidson. he died from his injuries. harris is recovering. no word on if charges will be filed against the neighbor. wake county employees could get six weeks of paid leave after child birth or adoption under a new proposal. commissioners plan to vote on the measure tonight and it calls for eight weeks for moms and dads if there are complications. the city of raleigh doesn't offer paid leave right now. employees have to do unpaid
cary is studying this as well. durham county implemented a policy for 12 paid weeks of leave. billy graham's 90 birthday. no big events planned. 800 people helped billy graham celebrate his 95th birthday at the ministry facility in asheville. his son, franklin, said it's a party every sunday because he's made it through another week . franklin graham will host a prayer for the nation on his facebook page. it is cool out there. we started with 30s this morning. temperatures have warmed up quickly with all the sunshine. towards the nc state fairgrounds, lots of blue skies. 40 in hillsborough. 49 holly springs, 39 henderson. 50 smithfield, 47 wilson. temperatures warming up nicely to 60 at lunch time.
-- 5:00, 67 degrees. heading out this afternoon, 63. that will be cooler than yesterday. yesterday's high at the airport was 71. it will be jacket weather all day. the sunshine will feel great. sunshine in the forecast and tonight we may have more spots that have patchy frost and we will talk more about that in a few minutes. and 6:00, jeff takes us to california where former quarterback eric kramer describes his battle with depression and attempted suicide. >> there were morning as i can remember driving to the office and looking for motivation and inspiration just to get to that day.
ending moment for eric kramer turned into a life altering moment. >> it is powerful. this is the ultimate care of -- come back. tonight at 7:00 only on wral. thousands of runners lace up and take on the streets of the oak city. a look at the 10th annual city of oaks marathon. the little critter that caused a stir on the football field. linda coleman: i'm linda coleman, and hb2 is a disaster. hb2 has cost us thousands of jobs. the state cabinet what it takes to bring good jobs to north carolina. we have to recruit businesses based on our state's reputation. right now, north carolina is showing how not to create jobs. as lieutenant governor, i'll work with roy cooper to get rid of hb2 and create good jobs, not chase them away. narrator: want to go to paris?
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marathon finishing in just over two hours 24 minutes. in the men's division, lassie of eric trail across the line 1st at two hours seven minutes. the streets of raleigh doubled as a competitive running course. thousands of runners tested stamina and time for the city of oaks marathon. the event included a 10k, 5k, and the kids mile. downtown streets were blocked off and the man's marathon winner is evan massachusetts and kevin veltri of new jersey. a popular raleigh attraction as a new way to while crowds before they get to your door. still ahead, the expanded park that is now open to you. the winning streak continues for marvel. doctor strange was able winning streak continues for marvel. doctor strange was able to cast a spell. i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face.
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getting there. >> we are ready now. transitioning to a new phase. whatever happens. >> we are transitioning into fall like conditions as well. this past weekend was chilly in the weekend before, temperatures in the 80s and we don't have any of that in the forecast anytime in the next week. into the middle of november the chances of that are slimmer. beautiful fall color right now. this is the backyard. wral. 47 is the current temperature. a quick warm-up this morning. back to standard time over the weekend so when the sun was coming up at 7:45 am we weren't that warm. the sun came up early this morning. nice warm-up. upper 30s and almost now into
feel glorious. it will be cooler than yesterday. keep that in mind as you make plans for being outside today. high pressure system pushing cool air around and down to north carolina. back to the, you can see rain and it would be nice to have a good shower and rain. this will do it for us and neither has any front really since early october. we've been to the stripe pattern. october and november are st which is where we keep the records. is not unusual but definitely dry. temperatures -- warmer air on the other side of the mountain starts to creep in tomorrow. we get closer to 70 and then after that a cold front coming through wednesday. back to the low 60s for a few days. friday back up closer to 70 again and then we get a shot of really chilly air and we don't
by saturday and sunday. the high temperatures will be in the 50s. likely to be the coldest weekend we've seen so far this fall season. today 63, tomorrow 67. it will be nice and dry. you will need a coat heading out the door. temperatures in the upper 30s tomorrow. we are waiting to see if there will be a frost advisory for the western counties. certainly some frosty we will let you know if we are under the frost advisory. 59 degrees at 4:30 pm. wednesday, a slim chance of showers. another front on friday. ahead of the front friday nice
the chilly air behind it. in roles and for 56 saturday and 59 on sunday. 36 on sunday morning. that may be another good shot at frosty conditions for sunday morning. 56 on saturday. well below normal. 80 degrees, the record high setback last year. not too long ago. a high of 80 degrees. and what's going on on the roads. situation on northbound side of the germ freeway. still seeing lingering delays. traffic heading away slow. 17 minutes to make the trip. the number gradually has been coming down closer to normal. it is just injection as you had away from this area towards downtown durham. alternate routes, 55 westbound in fine shape from i-40 to the durham freeway. eight minutes only. 40 westbound, back close to normal in garner between 42 and
24 minutes from 442 wade avenue. from wade avenue to 540, seven minutes. heading to the airport and rtp. that was partly due to an earlier incident blocking the median on 40 westbound. big delays on 40 westbound around the wade avenue interchange. outbound wade avenue is very slow between the 440 and i-40. inside the beltline outbound wade avenue has club -- has cleared out. into stop and world conditions towards edwards bill road. us 1 interchange, towards chapel hill road and beyond as well. harrison and aviation parkway, much better shape. another look at durham. another road that is slow, because of sun glare delays. the time change puts the delays in the middle of the worst part of the morning commute. we will see heavy delays
towards the germ freeway leaving chapel hill. 4:40 01 right now. alternate route is 54 eastbound between i-40 and tw alexander. stands at 13 minutes right now. another option for bargain hunters has reopened. the state fairgrounds fleamarket welcome to shoppers over the weekend. in the fall to make way for the north carolina state fair. the fleamarket will be open thanksgiving weekend but it will close friday after november 25. north carolina museum of art has a newly expanded park. the and and jim good night museum park reopened with a celebration yesterday. construction to expand started in august last year.
gardens and a new promenade connecting the park and the galleries. doctor strange was no stranger to high ticket sales. the film ruled the box office with $85 million. that is the 14th straight number one debut for the cinematic universe. the family friend he film trolls trailed at number two with $46 million. the world war ii drama hacksaw ridge rounded out the top three with $20 million. fox has renewed the simpsons for the 29th and 30th season. it will get to 669 episodes becoming the largest number of episodes for any scripted tv show. it will break the record held by gunsmoke which aired 635 times. you can watch this sunday nights on fox. 120-year-old pair of blue jeans for tens of thousands of dollars is still awaiting a new owner. technical glitches over the weekend prevented the auction
they were stored in a trunk. the original owner sullivan warner was a big fellow. it featured button fly any 44 waste and 36 inseam. he was a businessman and a pioneer who took part in the creation of the arizona territory. the genes will be sold in the coming days. a strange a spat between and the owner of the dallas mavericks. billionaire investor mark cuban is outspoken.
he revoked to the credentials for tim mack hahn and mark stein without saying why. he says the reporters are banned from the american airline center but they won't be allowed to cover the games they're adding it is between us and espn. mind your business they said. [ laughter ]. >> persistent squirrel livened up the crowd at lambeau field
first half and then returned later in the third quarter. with the packers driving at the colts, the squirrel -- on the goal line forcing the officials to call timeout. when the squirrel went out of bounds not before causing a stir on social media. as you would gas. no word
on whether the squirrel made the leap to celebrate. i don't think we've seen an interview from him yet. [ laughter ]. >> slow-motion. >> demonstrating athleticism there.>> good luck catching that squirrel. storm we will get another check on the top stories, weather and
i'm roy cooper... and when i grew up on this farm in nash county, i learned you have to work together to get things done. but for too long now, that hasn't been happening in raleigh. as governor, i'll put partisan politics aside... so we can
turn around our economy and fix our schools. no more social legislation that divides our state and hurts our reputation. we can build a better north carolina...
that prompted the school to go on lockdown. police responded to a call about a fight involving weapons. the college suggested there may have been gunshots. one person taken to the hospital. we're working to learn more. a cold start to the day but plenty of sunshine out there. looking at a gorgeous day today. look at the skycam from the north carolina museum of natural sciences. blue s temperatures are warming up. 48 southern pines. 49 goldsboro. it will be cool today with a high of 63. 67 tomorrow with sunshine. on wednesday, a slight chance of showers and a high of 74. 8:57 am. we're still seeing slow traffic in south and west raleigh on 40 westbound. 21 minute ride between 440 and wade avenue. give yourself a few extra minutes heading through the work sound and just beyond.
westbound to the airport. at durham, slowdowns on 40 eastbound. clearing up a little bit and 14 minutes from chapel hill into rtp. still a 20 minute ride on the northbound side of during -- germ freeway. christmas decorations are going up earlier and the sales are starting way in advance of black friday. they are trying to cash in on the holiday shopping season. toda day of great deals into a
month of savings. that is the news for now.
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