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meteorologist don schwenneker is giving us details. barbara: multiple crashes shut down i-40. 100 vehicles involved and 21 taken to hospitals. a look at the highway now. john: campaign frenzy in high gear one day before tuesday's primary. the candidates containing in north carolina an important information you need to know before you head to the polls tomorrow. good morning, carolina, welcome on monday march 14. i'm john clark. barbara: withdraw barbara -- i'm barbara gibbs. it is time for weather and traffic together after a rough night. don: good morning to you. the showers have moved out and may see patchy fog in spots. you will see the temperatures jump quickly. by sock we are at 67, by lunchtime 70's. we will be in the mid to upper 70's, fear 80 in spots. current numbers, only one area
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roxboro at 59. louisburg. 63 chapel hill. 64 southern pines and 65 fayetteville. a look at the day ahead. right now 63. by lunchtime 72 and mixture of clouds and sunshine. late day we are near 80 with a shower or thunderstorm around. i think the better chance of thunderstorms this evening. we will talk about that but now traffic with amber rupinta. amber: examined monday morning and we are seeing a lot of fog. 40 and davis drive is the live camera and it is hard to make out any fog but durham county is seeing a lot of fog. you can see it on the darby the orange on the mapping system. pretty widespread around the viewing area with that fog cover especially i-85. roxboro seeing a lot there and
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roxboro plan for thick are fog there. but we are accident free and light volume. i-40 and south saunders nice. barbara: collapse of thunder may have awake wanted you. heavy rain raced through and by the time the storm reached raleigh it was weaker. you can get up to date on the weather conditions with the first alert weather app free in the app store and google play. check out live doppler radar and get the weather alert and more. crews working to clear this tree off a highway in wake county. this was about an hour ago on boyce mill road off highway 19 #. we are working to find out if the weather played the role in a pile-up in alamance county that left drivers stuck for horse. it involved about 100 vehicles and six miles of gridlock. anthony wilson is live with a
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it looks like it is smooth sailing behind you. anthony: the road noise is louder at the top of this hour people moving through with no problem and certainly a big difference when you compare the way it looked yesterday in evening when they had that massive pile-up that you mentioned. we will describe what happened. nine separate crashes hurt at least 21 people and they received treatment at alamance regional and u.n.c. hospital in hillsborough. we are told the first wreck was about 6:30 sunday evening. the backups lasted hours well into the fight and right before 11:00 the flow finally returned to what you would consider normal for a late sunday night. here on this early monday morning the commute is under way. we will let you know when we have more informatioioabout the
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causes of the massive pile-up. we are live in alamance county, anthony tony, abc 11 eyewitness news. john: investigator are looking into this favorite accident in moore county. it was just before midnight on 15/501 north. at the intersection with spring lake drive in pinehurst. the tkraoeufrdriver was killed after running off the road and hitting trees. the highway was closed for about two hours while the accident was investigated and debris removed. the cause is under investigation. we turn to vote 2016 and one day left before the crucial tuesday election. ted cruz is sending has wife to fayetteville instead of appearing as previously scheduled feel heidi cruz will be at fayetteville technical 5:00. donald trump heading to north carolina today. he will hold rally at
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that is 7:30 this morning doors open. protesters continue to disrupt his stops. in ohio he was visibly startled when a man tried to rush the stage. secret service officers subdued him and trump wasn't harmed. he has been charged with disorderly conduct and inducing panic. barbara: hillary clinton and bill clinton will hold separate stops todayment hillary clinton will be in charlotte and that is at grady toal center at 5:30 and begins at 7:30. bill clinton will be at the hilton hotel in greenville. that is 8:30 this morning. bernie sanders will appear at charlotte today. that is at the p.n.c. music pavilion at 1:30. john: we are just over 24 hours before polls open for the primary election in north carolina. here are some important pieces
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planning to cast a ballot. they open at 6:30 and close at 7:30 p.m. if you are in line at closing you will be allowed to vote. you must be photo i.d. barbara: we are working to learn about a shooting in durham that left a teenager injured. it was on worth street and found nothing. they kept searching and fond a teen shot on fidelity street. there have been no arrestsment john: a man freed after spending 20 years in prison is found dead yesterday. daryl was found in a car. he had a medical condition that required treatment. detectives have yet to release information about hunt's cause of death. was wrongfully convicted of rape and murder in 1984. d.n.a. exonerated him nearly 20 years later. barbara: new developments in the zika outbreak.
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the united states and tha in brain development putting pregnant women at risk. john: a brush fire leads to tense moments in the sand hills. the structure crash the illegal activity police say was occurring. barbara: some could run into fog this morning as we brace for the chance of severe weather later today.
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don: we are looking at the drive in and commuter forecast could be a foggy one in spots. i don't think it will be widespread but there is patchy fog. temperatures climbing through the 60's through the morning. current numbers 58 hellsboro, 60 durham and louisburg. 62 raleigh. cary 61. 64 pinehurst. 63 lillington and 65 fayetteville and hope mills, good morning to you, 65 degrees. patchy fog and 63. by lunchtime 72. through the late day 76 degrees and then we will see spotty showers and eventually thunderstorms. we will talk about the risk of severe weather with the seven-day forecast next. barbara: brush fire that got out of hand in cumberland county is
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you see the smoke as crews battled it on cypress lakes road. a barn burned but the fire didn't damage houses. firefighters are working to determine the cause. john: a crash fins our must-see video. a news helicopter was passing over this scene in california sunday morning when the pilot spotted the crash. you will see people running ward the fire making sure no one was inside the cars. police say the car on fire is a subaru forester that flipped aftering with tore car. the people in the subaru were ejected. their conditions not known.
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pect is believed to have stolen it from the police. look at these cutisers two black swans at a lake in australia welcomed three baby swans. workers created a pontoon to provide a nesting habitat. they weren successful at breeding planely due to heavy rain affecting the nest and eels and disturbances by dogs off the leash in the park. barbara: it is national pi day. as in pi equals 3.14. that is the distance around a
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to celebrate the tkaeuday a pizza company is offering pizza pies for $3.14 in morrisville and garner. that is a good way to celebrate. john: as long as i don't have to do any math to get it. a father and son killed in a mudslides danger. >> the duke lacrosse scandal 10 years later, the documentary
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john: good morning. 6:15 and 63 degrees. here is a look at the headlines. police in prince george's county, maryland, call the shooting of a police officer an unprovoke attack.
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going about their business sunday we a gunman fired at the first officer you saw outside the station. jacai colson was killed. i-40 and alamance county open after nine separate accidents involving about 100 vehicles. wet roads and rubber necking are pwraeupld for the pile-up. several were injured but to fatalities. on the eve of the presidential primary in north carolina candidates will make one final push for your vote. hillary clinton and donald trump and bernie sanders will campaign in our state today. heidi cruz the wife of ted cruz will showed a rally at fayetteville technical community college. barbara: a man and his son are killed in a car crash and troopers say it was because he put his son on his lap and let hill drive. they say they were not wearing seat belts. they were on in carteret county
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the sister line and hit another are worried they could be next as the hill hillside continues to slide. barbara: it is 10 years since the party that led to the duke lacrosse skablg. of rape. it turned out to be false. espn's 30 authority documentary looks back last fight. it is called "fantastic lie." as our bodies adjust to daylight savings time today is national napping day. napping day provides an opportunity to adjust after losing that hour due to
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dr. william anthony a boston university proffer and his wife created national napping day in 1999 as an effort to spotlight the health benefit to catch up on quality sleep. recent studies suggest napping is help you to learn. they say women need more sleep tan men. barbara: really? john: yes. they say. because women's brains are more complex complex. barbara: sitting between you two fawn complex people. -- noncompletionx people. don: i think i will work on the forecast. barbara: i need to take more naps. don: today i have to fill out my bracket. that is like a second job. forth that i would ever -- not that i would ever do that. barbara: i can't sleep at night if i take a nap.
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tkpwhrao must be my noncomplex brain. talking severe weather threats. flooding not a factor though any storm this afternoon or evening could spawn a tornado, the risk is relatively low. we see more risk of large hail and in the afternoon damaging wind is a possibility two the evening hours. we will talk more about that but let's look at the next six days. we are well above average. each day the normal high is 63 and we will be almost 80. over 80 wednesday. live look into joined raleigh and remember on friday sunrise was 6:30? not today. 7: 7:27. expect the day to start a little later. live look into joined fayetteville and 66, winds light out of the south three miles an hour.
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roxboro, you are 59. 63 chapel hill. 65 fayetteville. we see the cloud cover arson but we see all of the shower activity pulling out of here. a look at the evening storms and lunchtime we are cheer and dry. by 5:00 that is when we expect showers to fire and this evening we are and you marginal risk of severe weather. this morning more clouds and patchy fog. by lunchtime 72 degrees and then as we go into the afternoon mostly cloudy, a few showers and around 77. looking across the region today you will hit 80 in smithfield. 80 in cary. 79 durham. 80 fayetteville. 79 pinehurst, 77 henderson, 78 wake forest. tonight temperatures across the area back two the 50's. 59 fayetteville and first alert seven-day forecast powered by accuweather showing
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if you are heading out to vote weather won't be a factor or an cues. wednesday 82. thursday 76 on st. patrick's day. friday 68 and 60's for the weekend. it is that time we go to new york city. i want to welcome back ginger zee. that is from everybody. post ladies come a -- most ladies back from having a baby they ease back. you are doing "dancing with the stars." how do you cram it in? ginger: just so many mothers go right in and i have a huge family and friends and support team. you need to have a lot of people. first day back to work and i miss my little guy but we have to get the weather and i love my job especially when we talk about forecasting the weather and you mentioned the severe weather. we will into that and storms of the pacific northwest and
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fitness guru hasn't been seen in public some claiming he is held against his will. this morning he speaks out. march madness is here with the bracket leaked just moments before the show and how that occurred and all the favorites and cinderella teams. we will talk b-ball and i'm happy to be back but it is hard at the same time. but when it comes to dancing, that is keeping me on point if you know what i'm saying. don: on point. you tphoeknow that is great. that is in about 40 minutes. john: welcome back. amber: coming back after a baby is tough. you are in such a rush to get home and it continues at least the first year. john and r -- 10 you have a party. which is for the parents for surviving the first year. we are surviving fog. areas.
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the road weather index. we are seeing it around i-85 and there going into henderson and we are seeing it around roxboro, a little west of durham and u.s. 15/501 knew roxboro, 158, thicker fog this. 40 and rock quarry light volume and accident free on the majors. time change has people maybe moving slower. 40 eastbound is on time five minutes 64 to 70. 30 problems on the beltline and durham freeway on time. barbara: 6:23 and 63 degrees. cheaper smart phone headed to
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and then taking that water and pouring it into the back of a toilet so that we could flush it because we didn't have running water that month. i remember that existence. i didn't go to college straight from high school 'cause i didn't think i would succeed. after my first semester, i had straight a's. second semester, straight a's. when i looked at this report card and i thought, "what gave me such a low assessment of myself that i thought i wouldn't succeed here?" then i decided then and there that i was going to be a teacher so that any kid who came through my classroom would not walk away from my classroom not understanding his or her potential the way i did. i saw that photograph of bernie sanders chained to a black woman protesting segregation in the 1960s. that photograph tells me more about his willingness to fight for the rights of all people than anything any politician has ever said. being able to have a college education
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it shouldn't just be a small group of people who get access to that kind of experience. every american, regardless of their income, should have access to a college education. these things are possible. the impossible is possible. and that's one of the reasons that i love bernie sanders. he sees an america that's beyond the current limitations that we have. he sees an america that i see with his hope, where things you thought could never be done can be done. that is why i support bernie sanders.
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barbara: rough weather appear things calm down. when it could turn severe again. john: passive pile-up on i-40. what could have cau candidates make a football push. good morning, carolina, welcome on march 14, 63 degrees and i'm barbara gibbs. john: i'm john clark. we will get to the stories but first weather and traffic together. here is meteorologist don schwenneker. don: good morning to you. as you head out we have dry conditions now across the region.
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temperatures climbing quickly. by 10:00 upper 60's and lunchtime we are in the 70's. current numbers, running in the 60's. 62 right now in oxford. 61 sanford. 64 southern pines. 65 fayetteville and 62 in wilson. a look at the day ahead 63 now and patchy fog. not everywhere. by lunchtime clouds and sunshine and 72. late day 79 and we will see a shower around this afternoon. this evening is when it could be severe. we will talk about that in a bit but now weather and traffic. night. we are off to a fine start for the traffic. we have some fog coming back on cameras and radar. 540 and six forks you see a little haze there for northern wake county. plan for that areas north of the raleigh-durham area.
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around i-85 and roxboro. we want to peek into fayetteville. looks clear. skibo and cliff detail there and we are not getting reports of problems or issues heading into fort bragg. here is the fog on the road weather index all the orange especial especially i-85, henderson, roxboro. plan for that. you know how it can be. 501 and 158 seeing thick are fog. john: i-40 is back open after a massive pile-up. more than 100 vehicles were involved and it shut down part of the highway west of the triangle. around 5:45 sunday evening there were nine accidents in both directions from exits 153 and 147 in alamance county. 21 were hurt. the cause is under investigation but there were severe storms
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the highway finally reopened just after 11:00 last night. barbara: the edgecombe county sheriff office is investigating a possible drowning. they were called to shiloh landing and three men fishing apparently decided to go for a swim and one disappeared under the water. they have not fond him. fayetteville police release the name of a man arrested during a standoff sunday. a homeowner called police to report a burglary and the spgt fired a shot as he ran from the home and was tracked to morganton road. they coaxed him out. daryl hester is in jail charged with first degree burglarying breaking and entering and possession of a firearm. to vote 2016 and north carolina voters head to the polls tomorrow and the special candidates are making a final pitch.
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gloria rodriguez has a preview. gloria: most of them visited last week and today the democratic hopefuls will continue campaigning here. both bernie sanders and hillary clinton appeared at a ton hall in ohio last night -- ton -- town hall in ohio. they will both be in north carolina today. the clinton family has been campaigning for hillary here. bill clinton made stops in winston-salem and asheville over the weekend and he will be in greenville later today. chelsea spoke at shaw university in raleigh yesterday and hillary was in durham last week. bernie sanders drew thousands to his rally in raleigh last week. trump can stop in hickory today. we are told he reached out to a university there for a possible event but nothing is set. ted cruz was at the sharltcharlotte
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he canceled a rally in fayetteville this afternoon. his wife will attend at fayetteville tech at 3:00 p.m. all of this leading up to the primary election that is tomorrow. we have all the information you need to know we you go vote on live in the raleigh "eyewitness news center" gloria rodriguez. barbara: donald trump is saying that he may pay the legal bills of the man arrested for punching a protester at a rally in fayetteville. he said he instructed his people to explore the possibility of paying the bill for john mcgraw.
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doesn' i didn't even win new hampshire. john: we have everything you need to know before going to the polls. go to vote. we are your source for election night tuesday. we will have the results on abc11. early wake-up call for wake county parents. louisiana. don: as you head out our formal high for this time of year is 63. we are already there today. it will be warm and that continues. there's a freedom about asheville. an unspoken invitation to discover who you really are. come up for air.
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pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. there's more to life than the climb. there's the view. you've gotta stop and look around a little. come, shed life's layers in asheville. asheville. discovery, inside and out. don: welcome back.
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as the kids head out they will see a hreullittle patchy fog north of triangle. temperatures are in the low 60's. we will look at some numbers. 61 louisburg and henderson. upper 50's in roanoke rapids, roxboro, hillsborough. 60 siler city. 60 cary. 62 sanford and 63 pinehurst and 62 clayton. 63 goldsboro and 65 fayetteville. looking at the day ahead right now a mixture of clouds and starlight. sunrise 7:27 so you will have to be ready for that. lunchtime 72 degrees and mixture of clouds and sun. late day 76 with a shower around. when the showers arrive could be severe. we will talk about that in the complete forecast next. john: louisiana emergency officials say nearly 5,000 homes were damaged by flooding and
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reports come in from areas battling floodwaters triggered by heavy rain. officials say many rivers are dangerously high. the same storm is headed to arkansas. barbara: a protest planned in durham against a new police headquarters. the city council approved it for the headquarters last month. construction is expected to begin later it year but toes at a rally at the current headquarters say the money should go toward jobs, healthcare, affordable housing and other needs. in raleigh douglas hicks is charged with stabbing a man at a night club saturday. police made the arrest outside the mirage nightclub. derrick ethridge suffered injuries and he was tape to i can wake -- wakemed. parents lined up outside it community center. this is the first to sign up for
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amber: we are back. an investigation unway to determine what caused a passenger train to derail in kansas. 128 passengers and 14 crew members were on amtrak southwest
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of dodge, kansas. it was traveling from los angeles to chicago. hospital. the crash investigation is in the recall stages but witnesses on board say the train started shaking while traveling around derailed. "good morning america" is following this. more at the top of the hour. john: the u.s. is condemning two terror attacks overseas that killed dozens. the first was in the turk ishish capital. 37 are dead and 125 others injured. a consider bomb detonated. in response turkey has carried out air strikes agaed.
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west african country since november. barbara: dive teams have ended a search for a man missing after a tugboat crashed into a barge north of new york city that killed two others. the bodies of two crew members were found yesterday. the third is still missing but presumed dead. investigators are expected there to figure out what went wrong. french investigators recommend european aviation authorities adopt a more american time system to encourage pilots to come forward with member health issues. this is part of the investigation into last year's german crash that killed 150. the co-pilot was using several antidepressants when crashed the plane national alps.
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and doctors didn't br million prize. that will be donated to charity. barbara: tonight is the bachelor finale. ben has told two women he loves them but who will he choose? lauren and jo jo are the last two. following that the star bachelorette season 12 will be announced. this tonight on abc11 starting at 8:00. john: get the tissues out. barbara: see who gets the big ring. >> if anyone. barbara: probably won't get married. don: no! it will last forever. barbara: how many weddings have there been? don: there's one that lasted.
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there may have been two. john: oh, well. barbara: that is why we like it. tkpwhrao today could be a bumpy ride late afternoon and evening. i don't think flooding is a problem and any could spawn a tornado the risk is low. you could see large hail and biggest threat is from damaging straight line winds. we will so what you is going on as far as the chance of precipitation the next several days. today about 50-50 shot. some will see strong storms and others won't see anything. saturday is the next chance of rain. live look into raleigh and as you head out this is the first morning after the time change and sunrise 7:27. so kpwhraeur may be a -- glare may be a problem later.
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right now 65, .3 rain since midnight. 63 goldsboro, 65 clinton, 63 chapel hill, 59 roanoke rapids and showers done for now and we will see more clouds layout the day. a little bit of sunshine. through the midday well see sun and clouds mixing. we are dry at lunch. 5:00 to 6:00 we see spots of showers and thunderstorms and then into the late evening, 8:00 to 10:00 this line works through and that could bring stronger storms late evening to around midnight. as they arrive the storm prediction center has put the western half of or viewing area and slight risk for severe weather. that is the second lowest category. lowest is marginal but it is a risk nonetheless. biggest threat is high wind so we will watch that. evening. by lunchtime 72 degrees and into the evening mostly cloudy and
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and strong are thunderstorms late evening to overnight. 78 chapel hill. 79 durham. 80 smithfield. 79 holly springs and 80 fayetteville. 79 pinehurst, 80 goldsboro, 78 sanford. roxboro 76. 79 rocky mount. tonight 5 raleigh. 59 fayetteville and first alert seven-day forecast powered by accuweather showing temperatures tomorrow back into the 80's again and ward voting day weather won't be be a cues to get out. wednesday 82, thursday 76. a little cooler. cooler air arriving into the weekend. next chance of rain is sunday. "big weather" pic of the day our crew from the parade on saturday. thanks to everybody who showed up and said hi. some folks who were out on the route and our volunteers driving and giving candy out.
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we started a new campaign. abc11 still the ones. we want to see your ones. shows your ones. one and one together showing 11. abc11. show us your ones and hash tag them or upload them to the page a they may show pickup some of the promos. that is your shot. barbara: i like it. >> we are still the ones. amber: the weather held off. don: it was beautiful. nobody had a sun been because there was just enough countdownloud cover. amber: we will show you how things look on the cameras appear mapping system. you see some fog, i-85 and 70 we have been seeing fog around the durham area, roxboro seeing some and west of durham. on 440 it is different story, wake county not seeing a lot of fog as we switch cameras over to 440 you can see zooming along here at 495 without problems.
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monday morning. maybe the time changes people moving slower but we have light volume and we are accident free. the orange is the fog. that is all we have to tell you that might be in the way if you are heading through 95 and roanoke rapids, 85 to south hill and norlina. on 40 and south saunders and look at that green, out moving out problems or delays. 5 5 54011 minutes and we are clear 85 four minutes 70 to 55 fplt barbara: what police say about
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john: brackets are out barbara: welcome back. we are following several big stories. john: what we call the top stories you need to know before you head out. including this massive pile-up on i-40. more than 100 cars involved in t it in alamance county. 21 taken to area hospitals and non nonlife threaten injuries. it opened last night.
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candidates making one final push for north carolina voters a day before primaries. hillary clinton and bernie sanders in heart an donald trump hick industry possibly washington, d.c. say they have few answers in the shooting death of appear officer outside a position. prince george's county police officer says it was unprovoked. he credited the bravery of officers who returned fire wounding 200 confirmed
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let the madness begin, the tournament bracket is out and four north carolina teams are going. tar heels number one seed in the east and they begin close to home in raleigh. the a.c.c. champs open on thursday against the western of the florida gulf coast and fair hraeulay dickinson play in game. barbara: duke is number four in the west and start thursday in providence against u. unc-wilmington. the fourth n.c. team is u.n.c. asheville. john: good luck to them. don: take everybody's production down today because they are filling out brackets. patchy fog and temperatures in the 60's and that fog will burn off quickly. we will be warm and humid. amber: we have an accident with a camera no major delay but at wade avenue and 40 eastbound.
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roads. barbara: "good morning america" is next. john: make it a great monday. i believe in building ladders of opportunity for people, knocking down the barriers that stand in the way. hillary knows educationis the way up...
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so she wants pre-school for every child... ...great teachers... ...and college without crushing debt. together we can break down barriers for our kids so they get the education they need and deserve no matter what zip code they live in.
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america good morning, america. breaking overnight, an amtrak train with 142 people on board jumps the tracks and overturns.
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airlifted to a nearby hospital. now passengers describing those terrifying moments. >> they were yelling for help. it went dark. also this morning, donald trump's rivals take him on for the growing violence at his rallies. >> don't worry about them. i don't hear their voice. >> the break amake or back vote in ohio. >> where is richard simmons? the famous fitness guru gone from the spotlight for more than two years. new concerns this morning he's being held against his will. now the superstar is speaking out. i'm on the edge of floir from march madness to mayhem. after the tournament bracket leaks early the heartbreak over


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