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line and abc11 mobile app. we are covering it all. john: here is a live look at the raleigh sky line. many of you falling asleep to strong thunderstorms. rain and hail gone now and what do we have today? weather and traffic together now. here is meteorologist don schwenneker. tkpwhrao looking into the downtown area you see the buildings starting to disappear. we will see patchy position in areas that saw rain. it will burn off quickly. we are in the 50's to start and we will be in the 60's quickly and then the orange shows up. that is 70's, near 80 this afternoon. current numbers 51 in roxboro. 53 chapel hill. 53 oxford and 53 sanford, 59 fayetteville and 57 clinton. 60 goldsboro. 55 roanoke rapids. looking at the day ahead 56 and patchy fog. by lunchtime partly sunny and 70
afternoon 78 degrees under mostly sunny skies. gorgeous day shaping up today. we will see the temperatures jump even warmer tomorrow. we will talk about that and we have cooler air for the first day of spring in the seven-day forecast but now weather and traffic with amber. amber: good tuesday morning. if you are heading to the polls watch for the volume around the sites. at the open 6:30 until 7:30 tonight. now it sis pretty light volume with police activity, maybe a disabled vehicle 40 westbound at cary towne boulevard. looks like a tow truck just arrived. no delay there. a little glistening on the live cameras. this is skibo and raeford in fayetteville a aive camera no problems into fragment cumberland county off to a nice start. we have some storms that passed through so you may have wet roads. as far as shower activity we are
we were seeing showers around 95 and roanoke rapids and a little patchy fog in raleigh. barbara: thanksgiving you. john: north carolina one of five crucial states with presidential primaries today. barbara: 72 delegates are available for republicans and democrats 107. anthony wilson is here to explain how your vote could be a part of a critical turning point in the race for president. anthony:. the day is here and bill bryan is here from the durham county board offof elections. you say there is something else citizens need to be concern about and that is the location. >> the biggest problem election day is people don't show,at the right precinct to vote. we encourage them to check it out before they leave for the polls. they can do that by going to the durham county board of elections website and there's a link that
you can enter your name and figure out your precinct. anthony: it will be pretty busy. >> it should be. early voting takes a big chunk out of the election day turnout. it is getting to be a much bigger part. anthony: an kaegs of level of -- an indication of level of interest. >> yes. anthony: some are confused by what they need to bring to get the chance to vote. some don't have what is considered a valid i.d. >> if you don't have a valid i.d. you can fill out and a affidavit of reasonable it. you can vote provisionally. there is a myriad of different i.d.'s that work under the circumstances. the most obvious is the driver's license. there are military i.d.'s, tribal i.d.'s. things like that. if you have a passport, that is good.
>> same day registration is still committed in terms of the court orders. we are bouncing around on a daily basis with response to the court orders. it makes the election support exciting than others. they open at 6:30. anthony: vote early. we have lots of room. they may be busy. the earlier you get here perhaps you cannot have to stand in line as long. there is a lot of interest in the election on both sides. barbara: here are a couple of other primary races. pat manage career and roy cooper are heavy favorites in their gubernatorial primaries. charlie moss an robert brawley are challenging mccrory from the republican side and on the democrats it sis ken spaulding. john: for state attorney chen
jim o'neil head the packer the republicans. on the democratic side it is marcus williams the public defender who lost the 2013 democratic primary for u.s. house district eight. he is against josh stein a raleigh attorney. first statewide bond in 15 years is on the primary ballot today. the $2 billion connect n.c. bond act would be used to pay for new buildings on college campuses and new construction in state parks. governor mccrory led the way to get voters on board. the wake county board of commissioners out in support of this. barbara: to a story we first alerted you to. donald trump will not face charges in cumberland krld after an incident at his rally last week after this punch. earlier today the -- earlier yesterday the cumberland crumbounty
action and the legal counsel said it doesn't meet that law so there are no charges. john: we are your election headquarters for vote 2016. go to abc11.com/govote for more details about the photo i.d. law and there is a living to the presidential delegate counter. you can watch a question and answer session with an election official and get coverage of the primary we you want it. remember to stay with "eyewitness news" all night and we will have complete results as they come in on abc11, abc11 mobile app as well. barbara: we are working to get an update on the person hit by a car on capital boulevard. they were trying to cross near i-5 40 i-540 last night. paramedics rushed the person to the hospital. officers blocked part of the intersection during the investigation. john: in fayetteville police are looking into a convenient argument that ended with within man's death. it was cedar creek road two men shot during a fight with a third man.
this morning. one person shot died at the hospital, the other is in serious condition. 6:07. a parking garage putting safety and security under the microscope in raleigh. the free service that could help protect you while downtown. barbara: busy spring travel season is here. what you need to know to make sure the next strip is smooth sailing. don: as you head out we have dry conditions now on the first alert doppler network. not seeing any rainfall.
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welcome back. let's talk bus stop forecast. you may see patchy fog in areas that had showers last night. rain is done but you pay see a few puddles too as you look out and take the kids to the bus stop. temperatures in the 50's. coolest spot is roxboro at 51. day south hill. 55 right now louisburg. 52 hillsborough and 57 downtown
57 lillington and 59 fayetteville. looking at the day ahead patchy fog and 56. by lunchtime 70 degrees under partly sunny skies. then through the late day 77 degrees and 80's in the sand hills. tomorrow is even warmer. we will talk about that in the complete forecast in a bit. >> my god. upsetting and disconcerting. very scary to see that happen here. john: violent incident in a downtown raleigh parking garage is a startling reminder that you can never be too careful. brandon barb certify accused of -- barber is accused of attacking a woman. he appeared before a judge tuesday. to help keep you safety the downtown raleigh alliance has a free escort service to the car. we have that posted with it story on abc11.com. barbara: major adoption event this week to help get homes for
hosting it in sanford friday knew sunday. nearly 700 dogs and cats were rescued in january. it starts friday morning 10:00 and through sunday 6:00 p.m. you can learn more about it on the abc11 mobile app p der the featured section. john: more traveling through r.d.u. airport this month. that means you will need to take steps to keep your cool. r.d.u. officials say you will need to arrive at least 90 minutes before departure time. the airport is also doing work on the main parking deck between terminals one and two and they say spaces could fill up sooner. the meantime arrive early and try parking in one of the park and rides. barbara: 6:12. fallen officer showed vietnam heroism -- extreme heroism. amber: staying on top of
those words from his college football coach. we learned friendly fire is responsible for his death. it was during a gunman'sal bush in prince george's county outside washington, d.c. police say michael ford opened fire on a police station two brothers were in cars near the station videotaping the shootout. officer colson would have celebrated his 29th birthday this week.
john: president obama thinks this will go viral. that is a free tiling in the rose garden monday. he is the creator of hamilton the show chronicling the life of treasury secretary alexander hamilton. the president and first lady are fans. the president even said that is the only thing he and dick cheney agree on. barbara: i hear it is almost impossible to get tickets. don: it was such a surprise hit. some when you go to broadway you know they are big. lion king apbdnd others were big shows. this came out of nowhere and it is crazy. it will be here. today we've got pretty great weather temperature-wise. it is humid and you may see patchy fog. look at the trend.
then it start to fall. it will go below average. down in the lower 60's and springtime starts sunday and it will be cooler. live look into downtown raleigh and 56. dew point 65, 97% humidity. weekend calm. sunrise 7:25. live look into downtown fayetteville. right now 60, 87% humidity. numbers from across the region 51 in roxboro, eight degrees warmer in fayetteville and also goldsboro at 59. rocky mount and wilson 59. 61 smithfield, 53 sanford. 54 louisburg and roanoke rapids. not seeing any rainfall right now. we have cloud cover and we have humidity left from the rainfall so those spots where it rained you may see patchy fog. look at the dry weather into south carolina, tennessee,
this high pressure will slide east an -- and clear skies. as we go through the afternoon clear skies and lots of sunshine across region. clear tonight. tomorrow a weak frontal boundary approaches and it works through and it could trigger a stray shower. i don't think it will be wide spread but embedded in the cloud cover could be a shower wednesday. that presses through and it is cold er colder toward the weekend. the rest of today we will see in raleigh partly sunny skies and warm start. maybe patchy fog. into the afternoon mostly sunny and above average. into the upper 70's. across the area you will see temperatures in the 70'sers 78 holly springs and cary. 77 chapel hill and siler city. 78 durham, 79 smithfield 80 goldsboro and 79 lillington and pinehurst.
81 lumberton. 77 wake forest and rocky mount. 78 louisburg. roxboro the high 75. tonight temperatures back into the 50's for overnight lows. 58 raleigh. 60 fayetteville. normal is 40 so well above that. first alert seven-day forecast powered by accuweather, as we go into tomorrow 82, warmest day of the week and could be the warmest of the year so far. thursday 76 and colder air working in. friday 68. saturday 61 and on sunday first day of spring 62 degrees. could see showers saturday night into sunday. today gorgeous. barbara: spring here. amber: happens quickly. we are looking pretty good as you head out the door. it will feel a little warm as don said. we are starting to warm up a
40 and wade avenue is the live camera. all cameras fine. you may see a little precip on the roads from the showers. wake county looking good as you head out to the main roads. a little volume but no page problems. we have a secondary accident i will get to in a second in northern wake county. a little fog around raleigh but you can see showers push out and when we went on the air there were some around i-95 and roanoke rapids but moved on. going to the northeast they expect a foggy day. that is delta lake and duraleigh road road. that is around the airport so they are seeing a little fog. this sis 40 and 15/501 durham county nice and quiet. no problems on 540 eastbound 11 minutes 70 to 1 and same on 85 northbound on time four minutes
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barbara: welcome back. john: regular season ends with carolina ranked third in the a.p. and coaches poll. part of the success is down to bryce johnson. he was awarded first team all-america status tuesday by the u.s. basketball writers association. so his jersey will hang among the other tar heel hreplgdz in the rafters. the road to the file four begins thursday at 7:20 at p.n.c. arena. amazon may soon let people pay for things by taking a picture. barbara: here are our "tech bytes." >> making a purchase with a selfie. amazon reportedly developed technology to allow users to complete the transaction by snapping a selfie.
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tinder barbara: it is super tuesday round three and the polls are now open. john: this time north carolina voters get to weigh in on a presidential election and other state and local races. what you need to know before you head to the polls. barbara: severe storms pound the area for a second night. the damage left hyped. john: one county puts dog owners on notice.
you face if you don't. barbara: good morning, carolina, welcome on this primary tuesday 57 degrees and 6:30. i'm barbara gibbs. john: i'm john clark. we will get to thing about stories in a moment but first weather and traffic together. barbara: meteorologist don schwenneker, good morning. tkpwhrao good morning to you. as head out the door we have dry conditions. showers have pressed out and temperatures will jump quickly. 50's now. by 10:00 in the 60's and we will be in the 70's. 51 roxboro, 59 wilson and goldsboro. 52 sanford. 61 smithfield. 59 fayetteville. looking at the day ahead 56 now and patchy fog in areas that saw rain. by lunchtime we go to 70 and partly sunny. through the afternoon mostly sunny and 78 degrees. tomorrow we go into the 80's but then we get cooler.
complete forecast but now we've weather and traffic with amber rupinta. amber: watch for traffic heading into the polling sites. they are just opening. we also have a typical delay 40 westbound clayton bypass. always slow at the merge. that is folks from johnston county going to wake county every morning seeing the slowdown. five or section minutes -- six minutes there. road weather index showing the fog. that is the orange around raleigh. you may see some around 440. we had showers around roanoke rapids and they have pushed out. this accident u.s. 64 west at lake pine drive. that is around the apex area and then into north raleigh delta lake at duraleigh road an accident there. john: new this morning overnight severe storms leave behind damage. fire investigators say this home on knights bridge away in east
flames came from the roof and attic. the two inside got out safely. barbara: strong wind is to blame for this tree at the do you recall arrange county -- orange county. it was blocking traffic on erwin road until cleared. john: to the election. for weeks north carolina voters had to sit on the sidelines while the rest of the nation decided the direction of the presidential race. barbara: today north carolina is one state upper grabs in super tuesday around three. gloria rodriguez is live where the polls just opened. gloria: it is premium marry election day here in -- primary election day and the polls just opened a few minutes ago. you see the signs for the different candidates and it is a big day. if you are getting ready to vote there is a lot to know and we have dr. lee cooley with the state board of elections to navigate t. thank -- navigate
talk about the new voter i.d. law. what are the acceptable forms? >> they are north carolina driver's license, north carolina state i.d. we have the military i.d. for active active, retired and contractors and veterans card and those cannot be expired. the north carolina i.d. and north carolina state drivers license can be expired for up to four years. the other i.d.'s cannot be expired. in addition to the veterans card and military i.d. we have the federal tribal i.d.'s and some of the north carolina state tribal i.d.'s. if one has an out-of-state driver's license they can use that so long as they have registered to vote within 90 days of the election and that cannot be expired. gloria: i understand that you
even if you don't have an i.d. >> we want everybody who is a registered voter to vote. if one doesn't have an i.d., definitely they should still come to the poll because they will be able to vote and the vote will count. what they can use is if they have a document. help america vote act and that includes a utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck. medicaid card. medicine carry card. social security letter. items like that can assist one with voting a provisional ballot and that will could not on verification. however, when going into the polls within can show the voter registration card and if they don't have either of those, they can also state the last four digits of their social security number and date of birth and they will receive a provisional
verification. we want to make sure that everybody who is registered to vote gets out to vote today whether they have a photo i.d. or not. gloria: very important the get out and vote. thank you for joining us and telling us this. it is so important it everybody comes out and votes. the other thing we were talking about earlier is you should vote the whole ballot. even for the congressional races so you don't leave out any of spaces so you vote everything even though they don't count until june 7 fplt. thank you for joining us. back to you. now to anthony who has more. anthony: we have about two dozen people in line. many of them were here before the polling place actually opened. they are very enthusiastic obviously about taking part in the process. they have come with their information and they have
issued or acceptable i.d.'s. we are told that those who do not have them there are options. the other they can we heard is some are not sure where to go. some may go to the wrong place and we want to make sure you check online if you can before you go to the polling place and make sure you go to the correct one. that said, we will stay here at the library keeping an eye on t the things and talking to folks about why it is important to vote had time. the post are open now until 7:30. bring your i.d. and prepare with a good book and hand held device for a wait because it appears that a lot of people want to make their voices heard. barbara: anthony wilson, thank you. we have a vote 2016 hotline to answer questions and concerns today. amber has more. amber: volunteers from the
here all day to answer calls and that starts at 9:30 this morning and goes until 6:30 this evening. if you have questions before you vote or concerns after you vote, we want to hear from you. the number is on our website abc11.com/govote. we are the selection lakers headquarters and go to abc11.com abc11.com/govote for information on the photo i.d. law. you can watch a question and answer session with an election official and get coverage of the primary. tonight we are the source for election night. we will have the results as they come in here on abc and mobile poebl poebl. john: discussion on equipping raleigh police with cameras is expected back. the chief was going to make a presentation on the issue when a raleigh police officer shot and killed akiel denkins on february 29. today she will make the presentation at the city
the chief will provide insight about the technology, what other equipment is needed and the cost. barbara: crews will return to the tar river to searcher a missing volunteer firefighter. they have been trying to find him since sunday we he disappeared swimming. they were on the water when he vanished. they have not yet identified him. john: march madness comes to raleigh. barbara: p.n.c. arena hosting first and second round games but we have a warning before you buy tickets. john: the dog dos appear don'ts. where you -- and dos. where you could face a big fine for not keening up. don: i think you could say dogs do, do or don't. just saying.
we will have don: the morning commute could be foggy in spots. i don't think you will see a ton of fog but it will be patchy especially areas that saw rain. into the 60's by 10:00. current numbers, 51 roxboro, 52 hillsborough. 54 durham and 54 louisburg. 56 raleigh, 55 cary. 56 pinehurst and lillington. 58 goldsboro, 59 fayetteville. 57 hope mills. by lunchtime 70 degrees under partly sunny skies and through the late day mostly sunny and 77 degrees. that sunshine breaking out into the afternoon. we have warmer temperatures heading in tomorrow then it cools off. we will have that in the complete forecast in a bit. john: raleigh's new dangerous dog around -- ordinance is in
it creates clear restrictions for keeping a dog that is declared dangerous. barbara: a crackdown on dog owners in durham county going after owners who do not pick up after the pets. until now not picking up would get you appear eye roll or stare down but now it could cost you fines. that is largely in part to elois johnson who fought six years for an ordinance to force them to clean,. >> it contaminates the water and can affect children and makes it unhealthy. period. barbara: understood the ordinance if you are caught leaving a mess you could face a fine from $250 to $500. durham county is giving people six months to get in the habit of keeping up. john: raleigh is hosting first and second round games of the ncaa tournament and attorney general's office is urging you to be on the alert. there are four games thursday including the tar heels and two
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i john: in syria's civil war russia is withdrawing its forces from syria. this is new video of fighter planes leaving the region. russia started air strikes in september in support of the syrian government. that government has been
in a five-year-old war. barbara: iraqi intelligence officials confirm death fof a top commander who died monday in an air strike last week. al shishani was one of the most prominent isis command ersers in syria. john: five states up for grabs today and north carolina one of the top prizes for the special candidates. that is evident by the attention they paid to voters here. donald trump campaigned with new jersey governor and former candidate chris christie at lenoir resign university. protesters interrupted him three times. the clinton camp trying to do all it can. hillary clinton held a rally in charlotte and bill clinton was wooing voters in greenville. the other democratic candidate bernie sanders also making a
he is trailing clinton in delegate county. the cruz campaign was in fayetteville. ted cruz was initially set to appear but sent his wife to fayetteville tech. barbara: today could be key for two republican candidates. marco rubio face as wincoverage. john: you can't blame the weather for keeping you away from the polls. don: no. it is my son's first time to vote. he is 18 and i will pick hill up on my lunch break and we will vote. john: well done.
vote weather not a factor. tomorrow, thursday and friday no rain chances. next chance of showers on saturday saturday, next good chance. you could see a sprinkle tomorrow. looking at raleigh temperature humidity. winds calm. from there to a live look into r.d.u. and 55 right now and north wind six miles an hour. from across region, everybody in the 50's from 51 in roxboro to 54 roanoke rapids and louisburg. 52 sanford and 55 southern pines and 59 fayetteville and 58 goldsboro and 59 smithfield. the rain has moved utah and cloud cover -- out and cloud cover with us. you may have a little puppy fog if you -- patchy fog if you had rain overnight. clear back to the mississippi river valley and that works
and warmer temperatures. lots of sunshine today. clouds off to the north and east but going lue the day they -- through the day they burn off. mostly sunny to end the day. sunshine. approaching. the model not showing rain. could have isolated sprinkles tomorrow afternoon. as it goes knew the cooler air comes in and gets cooler toward the weekend. the rest of today temperatures topping out by lunchtime in raleigh 70 degrees under partly sunny skies. the clouds go away through the afternoon and we will see the 70's under mostly sunny skies. still well above average for this time of year. looking across the region in the 70's from chapel hill to siler city. 78 garner, 79 smithfield. 78 durham and 80 fayetteville.
70 from roxboro to roanoke rapids. 77 wake forest today and 76 henderson and 78 wilson. tonight temperatures across the area back into the 50's for overnight lows. 58 raleigh and 60 fayetteville and 57 don't recall. 53 roxboro. first alert seven-day forecast powered by accuweather showing temperatures tomorrow the warmest day of the year so far as we get to 82. thursday is st. patrick's day and it hrwill be cooler, 76. that cool air filters in through friday and 68. saturday 61 and sunday spring officially begins, 62 degrees. "big weather" pic of the day from jennifer oakley in durham last night and took this of ail -- hail. we had lots of reports. folks who have the first alert weather app you can see that and send the picture to us directly
it with the first alert weather app and that helps us see the reports. so thank you to everybody who sent them last night. john: thank you, don. barbara: you have an issue. amber: serious accident on 40 and harrison. westbound. you can see the accident there. looks like it is blocking a lane or two. headlights heading westbound. we will show you the delays that are forming because there are several we can show you with the camera. this is wade avenue and big delay 40 westbound starting there up to the accident scene at harrison and we are just getting that information in so we will continue to follow that. plan accordingly extra time. emergency crews are arriving. hopefully it will be cleared shortly. we have a little fog around raleigh and we have a couple other accidents. one here and that is the one i
within at lake pine drive. the big story is that issue at 40 westbound and harrison and north raleigh one on delta lake drive at duraleigh road. john: the polls are now open. barbara: in the morning rush i believe in building ladders of opportunity for people, knocking down the barriers that stand in the way. hillary knows educationis the way
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barbara: vote 2016 topping the morning rush. this is a live look at polling sites in raleigh and durham. plenty of voters already lining up to cast ballots in the presidential primary. john: also on the ballot the first statewide bond in 15 years. the connect n.c. bond act would be used to pay for new buildings on college campuses and construction in state parks. barbara: governor mccrory and attorney general roy cooper are considered heavy favorites in their gubernatorial primaries. charlie moss an robert brawley are challenging mccrory an democrats it sis is ken spaultding. john: wilson native buck newton and jim o'neil head up the pack for the republicans. on the the democratic side marcus williams a public defender who lost in 2013 for u.s. house district eight. he is against josh stein a raleigh lawyer. barbara: a reminder abc11.com has everything you need to know before you go to the polls
go to abc11.com/govote for details about primary day, how to make it as smooth and possible and we are the source of results on abc11.com and abc11 mobile app don: the rest today we will see the out-the-door forecast with temperatures running in the 50's and patchy fog could be a problem. amber: big delays on 40 westbound due to an accident at harrison avenue and delays starting back to wade avenue. give yourself extra time. the accident scene is 40 westbound at harrison. barbara: "good morning america" is next. john: for barbara, amber, don and the rest of the "eyewitness news" team i'm john clark.
make it a great day. good morning, america. primary showdown. a make-or-break day as voters head to the polls in five states. gop front-runner donald trump looking to clear the field. >> you're gonna be dead in three weeks, doesn't matter, get out tomorrow and vote. >> sarah palin addresses violence at his rallies.
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