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detention center and the other is in juvenile services. >> the sheriff's office says the two were caught in the bingham area. >> another big story we are following for you this noon. he thought he was about to die. the victim of an armed robbery at a dollar general store tells his story to news 13. kimberly king is live outside that store. is the suspect in custody in. >> holly, he is along with another man and a woman, we understand. this happened at 8:42 last night. the three suspects we understand were arrested less than a mile from here at a residential neighborhood. david akon told us firsthand what he witnessed last night inside this dollar general. he asked that we not show his face. he is still shook up from the crime. shot.
it at my head, pointed it at a young mother. >> david said there were six customers including their children inside this store. he said the suspect was at the front door and fired his gun to get everyone's attention and told them it was a hold up. the suspect wore a black ski mask with the eyes cut out. david demanded that the clerk take him to the safe. according to reports, the suspect that was inside the dollar general stole over 2300 dollars. we have the names of the three suspects arrested. they are 37-year-old olive samuel, 39-year-old danny roanny and 31-year-old daniel jones. coming up, we'll tell you why david said the deputies did such a good job responding to the 911 calls. >> also new at noon, a graham
by a bag of drugs at the jail. a bag of meth was dropped off for an inmate. they say kenneth hid the drugs in bag of clothes he left at the jail for someone being held there. the powder was released into the face of the jailer as he searched the bag. gloven is being charged. >> the fbi report regarding the death of an inmate. ross died while in custody at the jackson detention center. the d.e.a.'s office said they determined ross died as a result of self-inflicted injury. there is no criminal misconduct by any of the detention center officers on duty at the time. >> today a probable cause hearing for a man killed in a triple murder was postponed. he is accused of killing johnson, alexander king and tatiana on the night of october 27. investigators say they believe
he led police on a chase. griffin's hearing is set for february 23 in buncombe county district court. >> the public will get its first look at plans for an rec center in asheville. the center is in the old shiloh elementary school building. last summer the building got input from the community for a master plan. the city will reveal those concept drawings at a public meeting from 6:00 until 8:00 at the shiloh center. comments can be made online. go to wlos.com. >> republican presidential hopefuls will meet for the first debate of this year in north charleston. it is less than a month until the iowa caucuses and five weeks until the south carolina primary. republican candidates will be divided into two separate debates at the north charleston coliseum and the performing arts center. the first starts at 6:00. the prime time debate will include donald trump, ted cruz, marco rubio, ben carson, jeb
both debates will be televised by fox business network. democrats will debate on sunday. news 13 will have a crew of both debates. we'll bring you complete coverage tonight and, of course, at wlos.com. >> we are hoping to get ready for a nice afternoon. >> we are seeing it already. look at this beautiful sunshine. the news 13 skycam network shows it is not too cold out there, 47 degrees. starting to warm up this afternoon. right now, 44. just under that 50 degree mark in forest city. upper 40's in franklin. low 40's in lake toxaway. a lot of us will reach not only the 50 degree mark but possibly into the low to middle 50's by late afternoon and by the time the sun goes down, temperatures will continue to cool once again. our headlines indicating a warm afternoon, the warmest for awhile so enjoy it.
when the rain will begin and how much we'll fall and the winter weekend weather threat. >> fire hydrants are on every street in asheville. can you count on them to work when it matters the most. an investigation looks into how hydrants are broeveng. we saw one example in december. a hydrant mall fupgsed while firefighters battled a fire. we wanted to know how that could happen and how many others failed inspections. >> the fact that it is out concerns me. >> jennifer looks through thousands of fire hydrant inspections. what she found out about hydrants taken out of service and if the city is having trouble keeping up with the repairs. >> the pour the powerball jackpot, we have three winners.
>> even without a winner coming forward, it was a party at this seven-11 where a winning ticket was sold. flooding in as the news came that this store in the los angeles area sold a winning powerball ticket in the nearly 1.6 billion dollar jackpot. the owners of the store thrilled. >> two other winnings, one at a melbourne beach grocery store. >> we were informed that this location did sell one of the winning tickets. >> one was sold in mumford, tennessee, a city of 6,000. >> hopefully they are out there getting the best legal and financial advice they can find before they come in and claim that wonderful prize. >> past winners have their
>> this single mom retiring and starting to stretch a $242 million jackpot, one with coworkers. >> budget and discipline. >> many living with the fact that they don't have to worry about managing a new fortune. i tried. >> we don't know who won this store yet. in california, lottery officials say ticket holders have a year to claem their prize and once they do, they cannot remain anonymous. anonymous. >> it wasn't a big jackpot but north carolina had a number of lucky winners in last night powerball. lottery officials say state-wide there were two 2 million dollar winners. one in raleigh and another in fayetteville. there were three 300,000 dollar winners including one in buncombe county.
the next drawing is saturday night, it is worth $40 million. >> more young people suffering strokes than ever before. few know what to do if it happens to them. the results of a troubling new survey. >> the latest over the restaurant e. coli outbreak and the new marketing campaign to lure its customers back. >> your mobile phone can be just as good as your tv tv. just download our mobile app by ny people clean their dentures with toothpaste or plain water. and even though their dentures look clean, in reality they're not. if a denture were to be put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists on the denture, and that bacteria multiplies very rapidly. that's why dentists recommend cleaning with polident everyday. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes,
doctors say within three hours strokes can be fatal or cause serious damage. a new survey finds strokes are going up and few know what to do. >> the symptoms jennifer riley experienced seemed like nothing, numbness followed by a bad headache. in fact, jennifer height have ignored her symptoms if not for a coworker who insisted she go to the hospital where she was stunned by her diagnosis. >> when the doctor told me i had a stroke at age 27, i almost didn't believe him. i almost thought this could not be possible. >> not only is it possible, it is happening more often. since the mid-90's strokes and patients under the age of 45 have shot up as much as 53%. young patients react just like jennifer. >> when they think of symptoms being mild or due to some of their medical problems. we toned delay and not come in immediately.
>> the doctor who diagnosed jennifer said she is lucky she got help in time because most young people do not. a study showing those under 45 given the symptoms of a stroke and asked what they would do in the first three hours. only about one of three said they would be likely to go to the hospital. a staggering 73% said they were likely to wait and see if they got better, a delay that could prove costly. >> the brain is sensitive to a lack of blood flow or bleeding and the consequences can be >> doctors say everyone should though the signs of a stroke and know what to do. if the face droops or speech changes, call 911. >> check it out, ask the questions because if i had it, i wouldn't be here. >> conditions like high blood
overweight can increase your chances of a stroke. it is estimated up to 800,000 people h he strokes each year in the u.s. that is one every 40 seconds. >> the cdc says north carolina is one of only two states reporting widespread flu activity. that means at least half of the region in our state has seen a spike. even the flu season is getting a late start, officials say the increase in cases means you neeeed to be prepared. >> widespread means it is picking up. when you start seeing that trend going up, you know, if you not had your vaccine, it is one of those things we highly recommend because it does take a couple of weeks for it to really peak in your system. >> at this time last year, north carolina had 26 flu deaths. so far we have not had any reported flu reported deaths this season. >> at least 250 people got sick with life threatening superbug infections linked to contaminated medical scopes in
last year the food and drug administration reported the medical device were linked to 142 patient infections. >> coming up, creating near interstates. the snow that is crippling drivers in parts of california. >> no snow here, just sunshine as the kids go back to the spring semester. 42 degrees, the news 13 skycam network. this is in cullaway. at the asheville airport, 48 degrees. coming up, i'll talk about how warm we'll get. the timeline of some rain and even the possibility of some
the skycam network way up above 5,000 feet. back into the black mountain, it is 44 degrees, a nice clear day. it looks like folks are enjoying going downtown. clear skies, maybe just a stray cloud or two. nothing really exciting to show you on the radar but this will light up, coming up in about 24 hours, if not before that, we have a chance for rain in the extended forecast. >> our departure is at an inch for the year. 21 is the low at asheville airport. that was unseasonably chilly but not by much. 26 degrees is normal. keep in mind that it is winter. 47 degrees is the normal high temperature. we have already exceeded that in asheville at 48. that's 13 degrees above what we were yesterday at this time. it is shaping up to be a nice afternoon. bryce city and out towards andrews, 14 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago into greer.
54 in anderson. 56 down into greenwood. back in western north carolina and most of us are in the upper 40's for now. the foothills and all the way up towards morganton at 55 degrees this afternoon. the winds have remained fairly light that will be the case throughout the day. winds out of the south at 5 miles an hour and also down into greenville. talking about the big picture here, high pressure pulling out of region. a system pulling up from the gulf. we'll see a chance for rain. it starts as early as tomorrow morning. timing is everything in the middle of winter. at 2:00 this afternoon, we are talking about nice and sunny. same thing through dinner time when the sun sets, skies will stay clear until later on, we'll see some of the clouds develop. this is at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow. still nice and dry. watch as we go through the next couple of hours. there is a slight chance that we
temperatures below freezing and the possibility of some freezing rain. it is dangerous if this does occur. this is pulling up a little bit in our western zones, not even into asheville. then temperatures warm above freezing and it is an all rain event from lunchtime into dinner time, 70% chance of rain. it will start to clear out we'll see some possibilities of lingering showers into early saturday, maybe a flake or two. how much rain are we expecting to see fall, this model is wanting to pull in anywhere from a quarter of an inch by friday afternoon, evening, into a half an inch especially south and east. they have pulled back on the totals from this morning. this is pulling back on how much rain you are going to see where you live. all in all, today is the day to head outside. 50's for highs in asheville. tonight we'll be chilly, back down to 30's. in greenville today, upper 50's expected. slightly warmer than what we
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it affects dozens of peopleen nine states. it includes tv commercials, direct sales and newspaper ads. general electric is moving its headquarters from the suburbs of connecticut to boston. massachusetts reportedly offered the company nearly $145 million in incentives to make the big move. dpshgse has been head quartered in fairfield for more than 40 years. a drop in sales during the holiday season and the company now expects a wider drop in the fourth quarter revenue. it is partly blamed on weak mobile phone and personal device sales. domestic same sales, fell more than 1% compared to growth of 3% during the same time last year. >> sunglasses several must have for taking a sunny vacation. why for some monkeys, those
why that >> you might catch skwarls and raccoons stealing from your trash. >> in other parts of the world monkeys are all over town. the cdc reports that the monkeys have learned to steal things from tourists. primarily taking their cell phones. i wonder why? it is not food. very smart. >> a cell phone is worth more than food. >> yeah. we'll be right back. . >> a gunman holds up customers inside this dollar general. we'll have a live report coming up in the next half-hour.