tv News 13 Early Edition 530am ABC January 20, 2016 5:30am-6:00am EST
3 parts of the mountains are bracing for snow and possibly ice today. this is a live look at our sky watch radar... some folks are already reporting snow in waynesville and cashiers. 3 3 there are also multiple schools that have closed ahead of the winter weather...and that list continues to grow this morning.in the last half hour, mitchell, and yancey county schools announced they will be closed today. now let's go to ingrid... good morning. here is a look at current conditions across the region. your day planner shows temperatures warming by noon. coming up, i'll show you our 7-day forecast for both the mountains and upstate. 3
3 we don't have any official reports of icy roads in our area... take it slow on the roads this morning.. especially on those secondary roads and bridges. there are some areas of slowing that i want to tell you about. i am seeing minor delays on i-26 between chimney rock road and u-s 25. *we're dealing with simialr speeds here on i-40. overall thats about at 25 minute ride from old fort over to i-240 *i'm jaclyn deaugustino with this on-time traffic report... brought to you by the wired mouse computer solutions. 3 3 3 3 3 new details this morning about a major fire in haywood county. officials now say it destroyed a commercial garage and four apartments. it
maggie valley on monday. when crews arrived, they saw flames shooting from the windows. witnesses say there was a loud boom before the fire broke out. ((stop)) 3 2318 "i was in combat before, and it just looked like an artillery round hit, and it exploded big time." 2325 one person suffered minor smoke inhalation. the other people displaced are staying with relatives or at a hotel. 3 3 the assistant principal at north buncombe high school is on paid leave pending an investigation. the district says it is looking into an incident involving a student after a basketball game at the school friday night. school officials are not saying what the incident was. barry owens has worked at north buncombe since 2004, and is also the athletic director. the district says putting him on leave is standard protocol when an accusation of misconduct surfaces. 3 3 3 you can help catch suspected criminals running from the law. in this morning's fugitive files, we are teaming up with the asheville police department. joining us is public information officer
we looking for? first we want to find okoye porter. a 22 year old male. he is 5 foot 10... 170 pounds. he is wanted for pre-trial release violation, attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault inflict serious injury, attempt common law robbery, and hiring with intent to defraud. next, we have...annette chrisman.. she's a 46 year old woman. she is a 5 foot 4.... 130 pounds. she is wanted for larceny. last, we have luis fuentes. a 51 year old man. he is 5 foot 9 ... 172 pounds. he's wanted for three counts of indecent liberties with a child. if you see any of these fugitives, you can call anonymously. the number is (828) 255-5050. again (828) 255-5050. thanks for being here. remember, you can also go to the "fugitive files" section of w-l-o-s dot com to see all of the suspects we've featured. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
coast guard suspends the search for 12 marines who have been missing since two helicopters crashed off hawaii. one of those marines is from woodruff, south carolina... sergeant jeffrey sempler. the two helicopters crashed last thursday. the coast guard says it was not easy to decide to stop the search. 3 18-35 "the dedesion to suspend this case, the searches is very difficult. we have not found survivors and this has a significant scope and impact stopping our search efforts."3 crews searched more than 40- thouound miles of ocean. any additional searches in the future will be left up to the marine corps. 3 3 3 3 3 3 we have another early bird gets the win giveaway this morning in honor of asheville restaurant week. we are giving away two 50 dollar gift certificates to strada. go to facebook dot com slash news 13 to enter. we will announce two winners just before seven this morning. and in just a few
3 it's 5:xx. let's take a look at business headlines. the dow was up 27 points yesterday to close at 16-thousand-16. the nasdaq was down 11 points to close at 44-76. 3 3 now let's take a look at today's business headlines across the web. unitedhealth expects to lose nearly $1 billion on obamacare policies, the nation's largest insurer said tuesday. unitedhealth, which is weighing an exit from the obamacare exchanges, reported it lost about $475 million on obamacare-compliant plans in 2015 and expects to lose more than $500 million this year. the insurer, the parent company of united healthcare, ended last year with about 500,000 enrollele in obamacare exchange plans. viacom, cbs and respective
tuesday for prioritizing the 3 interests of sumner redstone, the companies' 92-year-old executive chairman, over that of their shareholders. the suit, first reported by the hollywood reporter, states that viacom ceo philippe dauman, cbs ceo leslie moonves and other top executives "put their personal loyalty to mr. redstone... well ahead of their loyalty and respective fiduciary duties they owe and owed to viacom and/or cbs and their respective shareholders." the world is flooded with plastic garbage. there will be more plastic than fish in terms of weight in the world's oceans by 2050, the world economic forum warned tuesday. plastic has become one of the world's most popular materials, combining amazing functionality and very low production costs. its use has increased 20-fold in the past 50 years and is expected to double again in the next 20 years. 3 3 3 the time is now 5:xx. actor jamie foxx saves a man. what he did to help after the car accident. 3
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21 in fairview. 26 in high lands and marshal. 20 degrees. back over to you. >>holly: now through next thursday you can get a special price at certain asheville eatery for restaurant week. >>jay: anthony cerrato from strata is preparing some dishes you can have this week. >>holly: good morning, what do you have? >> we have a salad from the lunch option and it's a tricolor salad, three colors with a local quail egg drying. >>holly: quail egg? >> it's soft boiled. >>jay: where do you get those? >>holly: from quail. that's exactly what you would say to me. >> it's local greens from fork mountain farms and we have red onion. >>holly: seriously though,
>> the eggs . . . jay now you want to know? >>holly: i do want to know. >> there are a couple local farms out of marshal, not marshal, barnardsville, property ranch. so, i will have caesar vin that get and red win mixed together. >>jay: virtually what you serve at the restaurant is locally grown. >> ( ) absolutely. >>holly: that smells good. >> thank you. >>holly: why restaurant week? i know a lot of people participate, why do you? >> it bring as lot of people to asheville to the restaurants and that's obvious and it also really helps and last night we were slammed. >>holly: in a time when it's cold outside, maybe a lot of folks are not heading out. >> it's another reason to km out. last night was super cold.
quail egg. >>jay: which camamfrom the quail. >> it's simple. >>holly: very pretty. >> thank you. i appreciate it.t. >>holly: you guys are doing lunch and dinner for restaurant week. not everyone is doing that, but you guys are giving everyone lots of options? >> yes, we are doing two courses at lunch for $16. there is a menu right there. and then we are also doing three courses for 30 during the week. >>jay: how do you describe your overall menu? >> well, it's italian. >>holly: the interview is obvious today. >> the overall menu -- there are samplings of what we already do and we don't try to cut portion sizes. the only thing we cut down is a -- >>jay: it's local flair. >> yeah, absolutely, yeah. >>holly: check out strata. we will link all the information to restaurant week and all the participating restaurants at wlos.com and anthony is nice
2,000 varieties? i'm eating pepper jack. americans eat more than 31-pound of it each year. >>ingrid: i think i have done my part. >>holly: yeah. >>jay: i asked you a minute ago if you brought the knife and you didn't get my joke so . . . >>ingrid: oh, i just got it. i just got it. cutting the cheese. >>jay: delayed reaction. >>ingrid: let's talk somee weather outside, everyone. on a more serious note. you know, it's cold out there and we have a chance for snow. headlines indicate, you know, we will see one roundnd then a second round. so, we will talk more about when it begins, how much will fall today, and how much will fall for the second round coming up later this week. back over to you. >>lauren: it's a regular school kay right now for students in buncombe county, but that could change later today. we are riding along live with