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65 degrees and almost 5:30. i'm barbara gibbs. john: i'm john clark. we will get to the stories in a bit but first weather and traffic together on friday. here is meteorologist don schwenneker. don: good morning to you. as you head out we have warm conditions around today. a look at the day by 9:00 almost 70 degrees. we will 10 to warm. we are in the 70's by 10:00 and stay there all afternoon. current numbers, 62 roxboro, 64 sanford and southern pines. 66 fayetteville. 65 goldsboro. first alert force for the next 12 hours a nice warm-up. notes much today because we start warmer. yesterday we were in the 50's, today 60's. lunchtime 77 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. through the afternoon 79 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. we have cooler temperatures for
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now we have traffic with amber rupinta. amber: happy friday and so far so good as you head out the door. this is what you are driving into, very clear conditions with road weather index not showing any weather that is a factor, no fog or precipitation. looking guys. we check some speeds and this is 440 around 64 and average speed is 63 miles an hour. no delays and accident free. there could be overnight construction until 6:00. durham freeway and alston avenue no problems or delays there. same at 40 and rock quarry. light volume. we will check the drive teams. there is a big event this weekend that could create traffic delays. john: we are learning the name of one victim killed in a double murder in johnston county. a woman says her son matt jones was killed. you see the picture. he and another woman were found dead yesterday. they have not confirmed the
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deputies responded to unity drive yesterday and were told a toddler was inside the home. it is with family. to arrests have been made. as you see here the sheriff deputy is still there. coming up in the next half hour hear from jones's mother who believes her son probably knew the person who killed him. barbara: the parade of candidates continues today. bernie sanders making a stop in the triangle. john: a day after hillary clinton spoke in durham. gloria rodriguez is live in raleigh where sanders supporters will have a chance to see him. gloria: bernie sanders held a rally in florida yesterday and drew thousands so there could be a large crowd here. this auditorium holds more than 2,000. it is hard to see but there are a couple of people already out there waiting for the rally. i spoke to a couple of them who
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sanders is expected to discuss issues range interesting the economy to immigration reform and college it is free and rsvp's are strongly encouraged. yesterday hillary clinton was at hillside high and it lasted about 20 minutes and focused on education. >> when i talk about wanting to get the economy moving, create support opportunities, it goes hand and hand with education so let me tell you what i want to do. if i'm so fortunate to be your president i want to be a good partner with teachers and principals and school boards and families and students. gloria: sanders's rally starts at typhoon and doors open at 10:00 this morning. already people lining up for that noon rally. he also has a rally scheduled
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live in raleigh, tkhror gloria: abc 11 eyewitness news. barbara: days before the florida primary the four republican presidential candidates faced off in their latest debate and what a different tone. donald trump wrote off rubio and kasich as having a chance. he has a double-digit lead in florida. immigration is a key issue for florida. one hot topic a visa program that encourages legal immigration for highly skilled workers but the most noticeable instead of mudslinging this was mostly civil. also today donald trump is expected to pick up the endorsement of a former rival ben carson. carson is scheduled to appear with donald trump today. trump says they have discussed education and how to improve schools. is your source of full election coverage. all things mets are on
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today in california for the funeral of former first lady nancy reagan. she passed away last sunday at age 94. today she will be laid to rest beidler husband. amber is here with more. amber: the public paid et cetera respects ande as close to him as though they could hold hands. night. at today's funeral there will be readings by her children, jerry brown and former governor armed schwarzenegger will be there.
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the wounded warrior project. "new york times" reports the c.e.o. and c.o.o. were ousted by the board of directors. this after accusations of laugh have been spending. it says the two helped them bring in more than $372 million last year but their leadership came under fire after former employees said they spent recklessly and were overly focused on fund-raising at the end of programs. raleigh residents calling for accountability and transparency. the latest on the ongoing debate over police body cameras. barbara: how you can help the durham rescue mission get ready for the annual easter basket give away. it friday. we made it. don: we have a great day shaping up. more clouds today, forth a ton of sunshine.
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at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped.
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not don: welcome back. let's look at what is happening as far as the out the window forecast. we have lots of clouds but it will warm quickly. we are into the upper 70's by lunchtime. look at some of the numbers. 63 raleigh. 62 hillsborough and roxboro. 64 south hill. 63 siler city and sanford. mills 62 fayetteville and 62 lillington. temperatures right now 60's. by lunchtime 77 degrees with lots of sunshine mix being with clouds and warm temps continue. mostly cloudy and up fearnear 80. could see rain for the weekend the we will have that in the complete forecast next.
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scorches 12 acres before being kold controlled. this is near the fayetteville regional airport. it started on airport property and spread. some drivers reported smoke on highway 87. no structure is near it and no injuries reported. barbara: today a day after state lawmakers heard about the pros and cons of body cameras rally residents are calling for accountability and transparency after a deadly shooting by a police officer. the task force presented the argument for cameras last night. it was scheduled before akiel denkins was killed by a police officer in southeast raleigh. minorities are said to be more likely to be targeted. >> basically if you are black you are 270% more times lebronikely but 10 times less likely to have contra ban. that shows there is a systemic
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barbara: it says if it would create more problems to help minorities it would help the community police itself. in nash county all patrol deputies have body cameras. in the next year it is anticipating more grant money to purchase more cameras to be used by or divisions. the sheriff says the use of cameras is part of openness and transparency within the department. john: durham rescue mission needs help to sredz easter joy. it is asking people to donate 1,500 easter baskets to be given out it year. hundreds of families are expected to line up march 25 for the give away. the manages says so far -- the mission sass they have only five so far. if you want to help bring a basket by the durham rescue
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barbara: they did great things. there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes,
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then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
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don: welcome back on friday morning, 5:45 and 65 degrees. a double murder under investigation in johnston county. that is one story making headlines. deputies responded to unity drive near newton grover and fond found the bodies of a man and woman. the a woman says her son was killed but authorities have
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a toddler was found in the home but was not hurt. the family of danielle locklear will have a vigil marking two years sense her murder. her ex-boy friend is charged with killing her. the vigil is at the autryville community center. relatives of every president back to john f. kennedy will attend the funeral for nancy reagan today at the ronald reagan presidential library in simi valley, california. she died sunday. john: a consumer alert before you pack lunch today nestle u.s.a. says they have issued a voluntary recall involving several popular frozen foods. it includes nearly three million boxes of digiorno, lean cuisine and stauffer's products because of glass. spinach may be the source. the recall includes digiorno pizza, lean cuisine pizza,
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souffle. the number of zika cases rising in the u.s. material 200 cases reported all traced to travel abroad. officials plead for congress to provide $1.9 billion to fight it in latino,america and help prevent spreading to the u.s. capitol hill republicans insist leftever ebola funds can be used but officials say new funding is needed. the virus is spread mainly through mosquitos. barbara: people in louisiana are bracing for more heavy rain. it is dealing with extensive flooding from more than two days of rain and emergency officials say three have been killed including a 6-year-old girl. more than 1,000 have been forced from homes. some rescues had to be carried
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can summer through flooded lice by a form fighter who was dis i willillusion disillusioned. barbara: some call the canadian prime minister impressive at the white house state dinner. the first couple hosted them for justin trudeau the first one for a canadian leader in nearly two decades. more than 170 guests attended dinner. john: remember to spring forward this weekend. the shift is 2:00 a.m. sunday but it is good to reset the clocks before you go to bed saturday night. if you have ever wondered daylight savings time exist one argument is fewer accidents
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tending it in winter an evening daylight in summer. not everybody goes along. arizona and hawaii don't observe the containing. barbara: i hear a lot of people saying i wish they would stop doing that. it is confusing. >> i hear you. barbara: i'm not saying. don: it would be difficult to decide which to finalize on in that work. evenings would be shorter but that sun could come up at 5:00 a.m. and we will like to sleep in. barbara: if you are able to do that that. john: sleep in? don: today warm. i don't know if you will feed the jacket going to work. you won't feed it coming home. you -- you won't need it coming home. you may need the umbrella by sunday. today 77 by lunchtime and a
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thick into the afternoon. palmer partly sunny and smoker and live look into joined raleigh -- jobbed raleigh and 63. 58 dew point, 84% humidity and southwest wind nine miles an hour. we go to a live look into downtown fayetteville and temperature is 66, 82% humidity. west wind four. numbers from across the region, 62 roxboro, 64 chapel hill and sanford. 65 goldsboro, 66 fayetteville, 63 louisburg. more cloud cover today and we are starting with more clouds and we will see they will all day. showers staying west. you can see the rain through mississippi and unfortunately for the folks in louisiana. we will see more cloud cover and could see a sprinkle this
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tomorrow a sprinkle in rocky mount. somebody sees a shower most places dry. sunday is when we anticipate showers and we could see showers and a rumble of thunder sunday. not anticipating severe weather. looking into the cities, more cloud cover and warm. 69 at 9:00. by lunchtime 77 and two the evening horse we will see temperatures around 80 degrees in the capital city. across region 79 holly springs. 78 durham, 80 smithfield. normal high is 62. we will be 80 in fayetteville. 78 sanford. 79 pinehurst and 75 south hill, 77 roanoke rapids and 79 rocky mount. tonight temperatures across the area back into the 50's. 56 raleigh and 58 fayetteville and 56 durham. first alert seven-day forecast powered by accuweather tomorrow temperatures back into the 70's, fear 80 under poke -- near 80.
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st. patrick's parade we will be there if you can't be we will have it on we spring forward saturday night and tuesday, wednesday, fear 80 and st. patrick's day is on thursday thursday. for that day we should see showers and temps in the mid 70's. every day of the next seven well before average for this time of year. barbara: crazy. i like it. john: hope it continues into summer. amber: we will have something to complain about. you know friends in leow places. there is a concert this weekend. barbara: somebody gets it interview him from amber: garth brooks. it is friday and he's coming and that is one traffic alert. no traffic alerts this morning. we are looking great at 5:51. light volume, to problems and no weather concerns.
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look at the green. that is the live returns coming back showing everything on time. this is what we were talking about, the garth brook concert friday, saturday, sunday, 7:00 and sunday 7:30 so there will be volume at p.n.c. arena so plan accordingly if that interferes for you. 40 and south saunders downtown fog nothing. on time. 40 eastbound five minutes 64 to own. no problems 440 westbound four minutes capital to 70 and durham freeway six minutes 40 to 15 fplt. new $1 menu. the items you can get. barbara: wake county church helping students feel like a
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after trying brookside crunchy clusters, @carlybeyar tweeted: at this point, i should just be a brookside chocolate ambassador. well, i am sorry, carly... it's something you earn.
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the son of a civil rights attorney josh stein learned early about justice, equality and doing what's right. senior deputy attorney general, one of the "most effective" state senators, josh stein fought to make schools safer, cracked down on domestic violence, and stein took on scam artists who prey on seniors. stein: we need an attorney general with the independence to stand up to the special interests and who will always put the people of north carolina first.
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also option the young messiah. barbara: we highlight good deeds and a wake county church is offering a prom shop because everything is tree. the apex united methodist church is providing prom dresses, shoes, jewelry and other accessories for those that may not be able to afford. it is open 3:00 to 7:00 and tomorrow 10:00 to 1:00. john: the construction of the new cathedral hits a milestone. holy name of jesus got its top yesterday. chopper 11 h.d. captured the shot as crews hoisted the dole on the facility -- the dole -- dome on the facility. it is expected to be complete in 2017 fplt 2017. 5:56 is the time and donald
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it is what happened in fayetteville that makes national
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killed by a hostage. >> this is my baby. i don't have no feelings right now. john: a mother in shock after learning her son is one of the victims of a double murder in johnston county. his toddler found unharmed. barbara: the punch seen and new charges a cumberland county man faces at a donald trump rally in fayetteville. >> another springlike day. don will tell us how warm and chance of rain this weekend. good morning, carolina, welcome on friday march 11. 6:00 and 65 degrees. i'm john clark. barbara: i'm barbara gibbs. we will have more but time for


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