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the theme of boy gets girl, or in this case, boy gets the oscar. >> and the oscar goes to, leonardo dicaprio. >> reporter: six nominations over 22 years and leonardo dicaprio is finally an oscar winner. >> i have to thank everyone from the very onset of my career, mr. kay ton jones, for casting me in my first film. brie larson won for "room," and host chris rock got in a dig at the oscars and a nod to the oscars so white movement. if they nominated a host, i wouldn't get the job. so you will be watching neil patrick harris right now. >> reporter: alley han degree knowry toe ( ) brought his career trophy couldn't to 4, he also won last year. the ensemble film "spotlight" took home the best picture. >> we hope to become a choir
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>> in a huge upset, the actor won for "bridge of spies" and alicia vie can'ter won for her role inz_ppm#bk-> i will bring to you >> reporter: lady gaga stole the show with her i'm passioned rendition of "till it happens to you dwts. >> >> reporter: and lady gaga's performance wasn't just powerful, it was taking a stand and vice president biden introduced her and leonardo dicaprio addressed climate change and several winners addressed the oscars so white controversy and the cast o o spotlight instead of talking about abuse, actually called out pope francis directly.
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diane gallagher back to you. >> holly: temperatures are staying mild after a springlike sunday. >> jay:, ingrid, any chance the weather will last? >> ingrid: yes, indeed. e it's in the 50s. 42 cull low way, 53 lake toxaway, weaverville 49 degrees. and staying in the upper 50s through lunchtime, with mostly sunny conditions. another day in the 60s. how long will this warm trend stick around, i will tell you coming up. and if you're heading out in asheville, the morning commute looks good, jack lib? >> jaclyn: yes, all the time. everything is up to speed on i-40 this morning. it's a nice and smooth 5 minute commute from fairview road over to the i-26 merge. it's the same story here along i-26 in asheville. traffic is flowing smoothly road. and finally, lease take a look at i-40 eastbound from tunnel road. traffic is moving right along in the area, with 60 miles per hour speeds there.
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that's a look at your on-time traffic report, brought to you by the wired mouse. back over to you. >> holly: today, mcdowell county dss is calling a special meeting in hopes of finding families for the county's foster children. >> jay: lauren brigman joins us live from the dss office in marren yo. they are experiencing a critical need for foster families? >> lauren: yeah, right now, about more than 100 children here in mcdowell county are in need of foster homes. so, that need has more than doubled compared to this time last year. they are holding a special meeting tonight at mcdowell county dss tonight at 6:00 for anyone interested in fostering a child. we are talking to jenny milsap this morning. we have been talking about how the need is there, but it's also a very difficult thing to take on, to become a foster parent? >> absolutely. the families take in the children, they love them and take care of them when they are crying after visits i. takes special people to become foster parents. >> lauren: what do you look for when you're talking to
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foster parent? qualities i guess? >> we look for someone who is willing to give their time, their energy and just be there for a child and is willing to take kids to the visits, and just love the child and be there. >> lauren: as you all as part of mcdowell county dss put a lot of time and effort into placing the children into the perfect home. how does that placement process work? >> absolutely. we work really hard to match up the child with the family, so we want to try to child in the same school district and make sure it's a good fit for the child and the family. >> lauren: these number, these are huge numbers compared to last year. more than 100 children we are talking all different ages, why do you think this need continues to grow here? >> i think it continues to grow because we have seen an increase of drug use of birth parents and smaller children being concern testing positive for drugs. >> lauren: why would you encourage someone in mcdowell about it and think they have the time and ability do this. why would you encourage them to take the next step?
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next step because we have so many kids that just need a family, someone that will take care of them and love them. >> lauren: definitely a lot of love needed and it's a very difficult situation sometimes i imagine. >> absolutely. >> lauren: all right. if you would like more information, come here at the 6 p.m. mcdowell county dss. i'm lauren brigman. >> holly: a major theft case involving the largest chir you much in the mountains, involves jeffrey steevers is accuse of stealing $40,000 worth of equipment and pawning it and breakg into the church vehicles. arrest warrants indicate he took tools worth $9,000 from someone else. >> jay: three men many shelter are accused of shooting up vehicles in a downtown hotel lobby. 50 shots were fired into a suv, a van and lobby door of the hyatt hotel. no one was hurt. investigators do not believe it was a random act of violence. the suspects are charged with
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dwelling and discharging a firearm within city limits. >> holly: in this morning's news reel, massachusetts police investigate an officer-involved shooting that left a man hurt. >> jay: authorities say officers shot the man after responding to a reportf a domestic disturbance between a mother and son in dartmouth. police say the man charged the officers with a knife. police reportedly used a taser but it didn't help and an officer then fired his weapon. the man was taken to the hospital for treatment. >> holly: the faa investigates a plane crash in texas that killed two adults and two children. the sheriff's deputies say the kids were ages 5-12. it appears it was a hard landing in a wooded area half a mile from the airport's landing strip. all passengers on board died. >> jay: a small plane makes an emergency landing on a highway in indiana. the pilot safely guided the aircraft into the median to avoid you know coming traffic. police say aaron wright and wife and 13 year-old son were flying to a soccer game when the plane
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>> they lost power. mr. wright tried to turn it around and make it back to the seymour airport. realized they weren't going to be able to make it that far. >> jay: the faa is investigating. >> holly: making news around the world, a building collapse in china killed at least six people. >> jay: the top three floors opt six story complex came down. the incident report was caused by the fourth floor collapsing, they were able to pull survivors from the debris. >> holly: a teenager confessed to a hostile act and gave an emotional plea at a news conference north korean officials say he requested the conference. >> jay: he is accused of stealing a banner of a wall. they say he was encouraged by a secret university society and the cia. >> holly: there was a mining accident that is believed to have left 36 people dead.
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believed to be caused by methane gas. officials say data show there was no oxygen in the underground area where the miners were trapped. >> jay: the u.s. coast guard says 16 reported cuban my grants were picked up by carnival cruise ship workers in the gulf of mexico. pittsburgh steelers linebacker james harrison posted photos of the rescue to his instagram page. it is the legend of pittsburgh tripipith athletes and musicians on board. migrants will be taken to the next port of call, where immigration will be waiting for them. >> ingrid: here is your "harry's on the hill bus stop forecast." , starting off today in the 30s, maybe a few showers. 60 by drop off time. coming up after the break, we will talk about when more rain returns and just how cold we turn in the seven-day forecast. >> stay with this afternoon at dunkin', save when you sip.
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go grande with veggie or sausage today. america runs on dunkin'. now, in high definition, this is your news 13 skywatch forecast. >> ingrid: what a gorgeous day yesterday. will we see another repeat today? it's looking promising with 60s. but first, we are starting off some portions of the region looking a little bit of light rain, nothing too much to worry about. dry conditions and mild. 49 degrees in black mountain. the leicester carpet sales skycam network. we stayed dry at the ashville airport, so nothing in our rain gauges just yet. we have a greater chance as we look forward in time towards ted cruz and wednesday. but still a surplus of more than an inch and a half for the year. let's talk temperatures. this is the category where we put how warm we have been since midnight. we really started off very mild
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40 degrees, which is about where we are right now. but look at where we normally are. 42 degrees. 51 in burnsville. or bryson city rather. burnsville 42. asheville 48 and forest city, upper 40s in gaffney and greer to greenwood at 50 degrees so starting off on a positive note this morning. it's only a 10% chance today, 40% chance for rain on tuesday, bump it up to 60 on wednesday, when we do have a chance for thunderstorms and a few of those to turn severe. and we will drop it back down to a zero pocket chance on thursday. the wind has picked up in asheville, but not much. three miles per hour. looking at knoxville at 20. 9 in greenville. clemson 15 right now in anderson at 16 and boone. we are expecting our winds to increase especially in the higher elevations as we go throughout the afternoon. and then we will have this quick moving cold front, it's not going to do much to us today. as high pressure then builds in. 8 a.m. this morning
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across the region. 50s and 60s once again. shine expected today. dinnertime, still in the 50s but then cooling back down to the upper 30s in some locations. and then we will start to see the clouds to on the increase and a a chance for the rain by around lunchtime tomorrow. and then more widespread on wednesday, with that chance for some thunderstorms. how much rain are we expecting? it won't be much according to my model here, showing a quarter inch by 5 p.m. on tuesday. then more widespread as we look forward into wednesday afternoon. and, of course, we see the thunderstorms. that's when we have those downpours. 62 degrees for a high temperature in asheville. so a couple degrees cooler than what we got to yesterday. in asheville tonight back down to up ther 30s. upper 60s, close to 70 degrees in greenville today. and tonight back down to 44. seven-day forecast shows scattered showers, ted cruz, wednesday, and then we turn cooler by friday. maybe a quick shot at a wintry mix as temperatures drop below the freezing mark.
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looking nice. sunny and warmer. upstate locations, expect that chance for rain ted cruz and
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afternoon in cullowhee. it was a]4+%9n1so
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college hoop, coach k. and no. 15 duke on the road in pittsburgh sunday afternoon. in the first half duke's dark thornton turns it over and sheldon jeter coast-to-coast with a jam and up big. gray son allen turns over the basketball and look at the pass with jamel ardist to michael young for the finish at the rim. watch it again, ardist ( ), the artistic pass and later pitt up by 20, ar diss breweries the 3 from the top of the key as pitt pulls off the upset beating duke 76-62. and that's a look at sports. have a great start to your dare, everyone. i'm luke notestine for news 13 sports. >> ingrid: starting out outside it's mild. >> jay: not bad, ingred. >> ingrid: i have the green light, it's only 40 degrees, so wear a light jacket for a lot of locations fntion still in the 50s. a slight chance of rain to start the day but most won't see any rain at all.
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breezy conditions and warming up to the low 60s once again. what about this evening? you. clear and cooler, 45 by dinnertime. cooling down to the upper 30s tonight. right now, let's get another look at the roads around asheville with jaclyn. >> jaclyn: thanks, ingrid. the morning drive is still looking good for you. we don't have any accidents or delays to worry about so far. it is a clear commute along both you. it will take about 5 minutes to get from i-40 eastbound to i-240 westbound. here is a look at your commute along 19/23 this morning. speeds there at old haywood road clocking in at 35 miles per hour. so moving right on time in the area. turning to i-26 in polk county, eastbound traffic is moving right along through the saluda grade, a 15 minute ride from exit 54 over to the state line. that's a look at your on on-time traffic report brought you by the wired mouse. we will be back with your facebook feedback. >> >> holly: here is your live
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>> >> holly: today in facebook feedback we asked what was your last night. >> jaclyn: bridgitte says lady gaga's powerful performance. >> holly: lynn says in light of the controversy surrounding it, i thought chris rock did a great job. a lot of people saying that this morning. >> jaclyn: i watch add little bit. i thought there was some interesting outfit choices, so i'm excited to hear what jay has to say this morning. >> holly: oh, the fashion police monday. >> jay: indeed. looking at the sometimes from the oscars last night. i didn't find too many that are too bad but there are a few. >> ingrid: whoa, that is a lot coming from you, jay. >> jay: i know. classic black, in four different
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jennifer garner in versace, kate wince let in ralph lauren, julian moore and another one. my favorite is the lauren. and this one, i have ven chi, she forgot the storm trooper hat on the left ( ). >> ingrid: i see where you're going with that. >> jay: and it's going so quickly, she forgot her bra. here, dazzling metallic, naomi watts, ronan in calvin klein and margot robbie in gold. >> ingrid: i love that. >> jay: i did, too. this one on the left here. >> ingrid: what about the bottom? >> jay: this alicia i have can'ter wore ( ), you have to be young and cute and tan to pull it off and she did. >> ingrid: yeah, i think so.
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blanchett in armani, she was strolling through a garden and picked it out and put it on. >> ingrid: i think it's pretty. >> jay: you do? oh my gosh. look at the third one. charlotte ramping in armani, looks like a test pattern. >> ingrid: i don't love it. >> jay: i don't love it. and chrissie teigan is trying to take the focus off being pregnant. >>ingrid: i don't think so. >> jay: it's like she stumbled in a rose garden there. i don't love it. i don't love it. but for the most part it was really a good night. >> ingrid: pretty classy. a if at any time look final look at weather, winds out of the north at 3 miles per hour. looking at the headlines for today, yeah, a few showers possible this morning. and then more rain coming up in our seven-day forecast. i will let you know when we turn cooler and how low the temperatures will go coming up in my full forecast in just a few minutes.
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>> holly: backpacker magagine is featuring national parks for the 100th anniversary. >> jay: joining us this morning is aiden and madison, thank you for being here. you have been all over the country and photographed park after park. what stands out in your mind, first? >> boy, we have been all over the place. it's hardd to pin down anything. i think the photograph that you just saw on the screen was yosemite, which was my personal favorite park. i know madison would say differently. >> i think that people don't think of south dakota immediately as a travel destination but i think everyone needs to visit the badlands national park sometime before they die. >> holly: thrnd you have the highlights of western north carolina? >> actually, we just arrived last night so we're new to the area. >> jay: so you're scouting it out then. >> absolutely. >> the photograph we had last night was very good. >> jay: what make as good photograph?
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foremost, the light, the quality of the light is going to be one of the most important factors and obviously your subject matter. having something that is interesting and engaging to the viewer. >> holly: when can we see this whole spread? >> backpacker magazine will be slowly distributing all the footage and photographs through their magazine. working up to -- >> working up to an 8 page spread in august that will focus on the photography and waving in people's park experiences. >> jay: and you have the to havey presentation tonight at 6:00? >> yes. >> jay: we had the graphic up there. it's down the street from us here. >> holly: run outdoors and thanks for coming in, we will talk to you later in the next half hour. we will be right back. >> >> >> lauren: mcdowell county dss is seeing a critical need for foster families.
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to expect at their special information meeting to day. >> >> holly: chris rock trying to sell girl scout codie, one of the many highlights. >> jay: two bloodhounds are finally receiving name, when and
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diversity and leonardo dicaprio finally get as win. >> jay: chris rock tries to sell girl scout cockies. >> ingrid: interesting. those were just some of the many highlights at this year's oscar awards. >> jay: good morning to you. >> ingrid: i'm sure they did well. >> jay: of course they did. to buy it. >> ingrid: and they're hungry, they have not eaten all day long to fit into their dress. >> holly: and wolf bang puck was serving those little tiny plates. >> jay: that he's true. >> ingrid: i hope you got outside, it was fantastic weather. we are in the 40s and 50s. a 2 cull low way, 50 lake toxaway, weaverville as well. next couple hours staying mild with maybe a slight chance for hours. then sunshine this afternoon. so, if you didn't get out yesterday, got another shot today. what about the rest of the seven-day forecast? severe storms. i will show you that in a moment.
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in asheville, jaclyn? you are seeing delays out there? >> jaclyn: patton avenue is getting busy through the morning commute so get ready for the delays. if you are heading into the downtown area along patton avenue, speeds are slowing down to 21 miles per hour there at parkwood road. so keep that in mind. better news here in south asheville, traffic is flowing smoothly along hendersonville road here. that's a nice and easy 8 minute ride from long sholes road over to i-40 westbound. that's a look at your on time traffic report brought you by the wired mouse computer solutions. back over to you. >> jay: it had to happen eventually. leonardo dicaprio, after getting snubbed nearly half a dozen times finally took home an oscar. >> holly: the big surprise in the best supporter actor category, we recap hollywood's famous night. >> "spotlight." >> >> reporter: a film about a newspaper investigating sex abuse by boston's catholic priests won best picture.
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>> it was oscar host chris rock who really owned the night, addressing academy's diversity controversy right out of the gate. >> i'm in daneer girl. >> placing black actors actors in par dis of several nominated films. >> don't worry black astronaut, we we will. >> even calling hollywood racist. >> hollywood is sorority racist, it's like, we liked you, rhonda, but you're not a kappa. >> leonardo dicaprio after five acting nominations leonardo dicaprio's losing streak finally ended. his gritty performance as a wounded frontierman seeking retribution winning him gold "revenant," his speech a warning. >> climate change is real and itit happening right now. it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species. >> best actress, as predicted
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the biggest surprise mark rye land in a field full of heavy hitters and alissa vie can'ter took home best supporting actress but the film that won is not the sensitive ones that dominated but instead "mad max: fury road" with a six win oscar haul. as the oscar theme winds down, one moment stuck with viewers? leonardo dicaprio's best actor win generated 440,000 tweets per minute. the most tweeted moment ever of an oscar telecast. lauren lister hollywood abc news. >> jay: right now more than 100 children in mcdowell county are in need of foster homes. today, the county's dss is reaching out to gain more foster families there an information session. >> holly: lauren brigman is live from the dss office in marion. so, lauren, what time is the meeting? >> lauren: it starts at 6:00 tonight here in mcdowell county dss. here near downtown marion. we are talking with becky
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becky, what can folks exbecket if they come out to this meeting tonight. what will be taking place? >> just to know more about what it's like to be a foster parent. the things they need to cover, which is like the environmental test, the home inspection and that kind of thing. >> lauren: it is a long process. it's not a very quick process, either. >> it is not. >> lauren: so if someone is interested it's important to come out tonight to begin learning more about this and start the process. who makes a great applicant for someone if they are considering becoming a foster parent? >> anyone over the age of 21. someone who has love to give to a child. >> lauren: talk about the emotional toll it takes on someone to take on something like this. it is a shard job i imagine. >> it is. you get children that come from families like -- that are addicted to drugs and different things. some have been subjected to domestic violence. they are fearful. some of the children are. and they're just needing love
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they need a lot of love and that placement process, we talked a little bit about at 6 a.m.. it is a very thought-out process you all take as far as matching that child to the perfect home life. >> right. that's correct. a lot of times we have parents or fosters, people who only want children from zero to five or something like that. we try to make sure that's what they get or if they get an older one, sometimes we get sibls and we will try to place them together but maybe a six year-old where they wanted to go up to 9 five. >> lauren: you are putting out the call. if you are interested in becoming a foster parent here in mcdowell county, the meeting is tonight at 6:00, here at mcdowell county dss. live in marion, lauren brigman, news 13. >> holly: new this morning, a husband and wife are dead after a car crashes into a cleveland explosions. it happened around midnight in the town of fallston. we have a photograph from our abc affiliate in charlotte. troopers say a white truck hit the home causing propane tanks to explode. the couple living there, both in
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charges are end thing against the driver. so far it's not clear what caused that truck to crash. >> jay: happening to day, suspects in two high profile murder cases in asheville are scheduled to appear in court. a probable cause hearing is scheduled this morning for pierre griffin the second. the hearing was continued earlier this month. griffin is accused of killing uhon johnson, alexandra king and tatiana diabetes. buncombe county district attorney also request add rule 24 hearing to determine whether the state will seek the death penalty. robin richardson, the woman accused of killing a wlos employee is also scheduled to be in court this evening no. richardson is charged with the first degree murder of tim fry. back in december, warrants state richardson shot him, claiming he assaulted her. she remains in jail without bond. >> holly: buncombe county deputies are investigating a bizarre theft at a home depot on fairview road. a deputy says james mayson stole a leaf blower and returned it for credit and did it again with
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he is charged with misdemeanor larceny and two counts of felony obtaining property by false pretenses. an asheville man remains in critical condition after a weekend car crash. troopers say on saturday afternoon, christopher love was hour on the charlotte highway when he lost control and slammed into a concrete wall. vehicle. he is now charged with dwi and several other traffic >> holly: happening to day, the newest addition to the henderson county sheriff's office will be named. as we reported, two bloodhound puppies started training last month. fifth graders from hill endale and etowah schools picked the names and they will be revealed at 2:00 in a pep rally at clear creek. >> jay: hundreds of physical therapies across north carolina are getting an extra line of work. they are now using needles to treat patient's pain.
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there is no minimum training. a lawsuit cites a collapsed lung as a result of therapy. >> we are told that we are in charge of the practice of acupuncture in the state, and we are to protect the public. >> jay: tonight at 11:00, news 13 investigates the battle between acupuncturists and physical therapists over dry needling. plus, we look into whether the state should step in to keep patients safe. >> holly: celebrating 100 years of incredible views from our national parks. >> jay: just ahead, we talk to
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photos of their >> ingrid: slider showings a few light showers in the northern done zones this zones this morning, a wonderful weekend. wi we return to the 60s this afternoon? it's looking liabilitily. it's mild in north asheville at 52 degrees. on the leicester carpet sales skycam network. our departure a a sure splus, more than an inch and a half over the year. let's talk temperatures though because we are unseasonably
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cool as we have gotten down to since midnight. 32 is normal for this time of the year. so not too bad outside. in fact, it's even warmer in burnsville at 52. 48 in morganton, now warmed up in asheville, to 48 degrees. 49 in greenville. clemson, anderson and greenwood, in the 50s. so, enjoy that start today. let's talk about our chance for precipitation here in asheville the next few days. going to be very low today at a 10% chance back up to 40 on tuesday and the chance for some severe weather the next couple of days as well. 60% on wednesday, what back do zero on wednesday. winds are not bad, 3 miles per hour in asheville, but knoxville 20, clemson 9, 15 anderson. so, just keep in mind the wind will pick up throughout the day, breezy conditions expected. as this weak cold front moves through the region, a slight chance for rain this morning. a few clouds, then we will start to see the sunshine return. so this is lunchtime today.
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60s in many locations. dinnertime, partly clear skies and then into tomorrow we start to see the clouds increase and a greater chance for some showers late day tuesday. maybe even a few of those turning severe. and then we will start to see another chance again on wednesday. this model is not picking up too much in the way of accumulation. anywhere from a quarter to a half inch. although, if we see the thunderstorms, you know how that works. we could have the downpours across the region. above average today, so if you didn't have a chance to get outside yesterday, you have another shot today. 62 degrees in asheville. mostly clear, a little cooler tonight. 38. and in greenville, 68 degrees. some locations close to that 70 degrees mark. and tonight, 44. seven-day forecast, does show chance for rain ted cruz, wednesday, and then we turn a bit cooler thursday night into friday morning. quick shot at wintry weather. next weekend looking nice and warm with a chance for showers in the upstate, not only late day tuesday, but showers likely on wednesday.
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good overall, but get ready for minor delays on patton avenue, jaclyn? >> jaclyn: yeah, patton avenue is getting busy throughout the morning drive. traffic is slowing down on both sides near new leicester highway, keep that in mind if you are heading that way on your commute. otherwise, the morning drive is in good shape. here is a look at i-40+ hi _> jay: this morning we have been talking about the national park services 100th anniversary. >> jay: aiden and madison are part of2 backpacker magazine's annual tour, thanks for coming in.
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us about the experience. >> it's kind of indescribable. we spend most of our time camping each night. i would say, if i had to guess, i would say about 80% of the past year has been spent in a tent. >> holly: wow. >> it's been a while wind of meeting people and just finding ourselves in absolutely gorgeous places. >> jay: what is among the most gorgeous? >> oh, man. i really enjoy glacier national park in my home state of minnesota, which is a park that is mostly water and i islands. which is mostly traversable only by canoe or house boat. there is not a lot of ton people around. a beautiful place. >> holly: how did you get this lifetime experience. we saw it. it was shared a lot of times on social media. and it has a very strange requirement, you didn't actually
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turn in a 100 page sentence and a 15 second video about why you were the best candidate. >> holly: what do you hope to get from here? i know you just got into town, i'm guessing the great smoky mountains park? >> we have heard a ton about the great smokies and don't know a ton about it so we are excited to get in there and just do some exploring. >> jay: okay. you have a carl sandberg house not down toofer from here you might get to. thanks for being here. you have an event tonight at diamond brand outdoor, where people will learn about your photography and you can give them an education on it as well.
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>> holly: thanks for coming.
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choose for democratic nominees. >> holly: it's supertuesday, and the single day contest represents a key junctionture in the primary race. >> donald is not going to make america great, he will make it orange. >> >> reporter: republican candidates turning up the insults the day before the single biggest day in the primary and donald trump deflects questions whether he would disavoid support from kkk leader david took ( ). >> would you say you disavow them and don't want their support. >> i don't know what group you're talking about. >> i'm talking david duke and the clue clucks clane clan. >> i don't know david duke. he said he dis appeared him on friday. disavow, okay? >> rubio and cruz pounced, trying to slow his momentum going into supertuesday. >> donald trump refused,
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klux klan. >> donald trump as the nominee means hillary probably wins and we lose this country. >> reporter: rubio throwing in donaldstyle attacks. >> he is 6' 2," which is why i don't understand his hands are the size of minnesota who is 5' 2," you know what they say about someone with small hands. >> reporter: from the democrats a more cordial tone following clinton's big win in the south carolina primary, her saving her pointed attacks at the gop, taking attacks at donald trump's slogan. >> we don't need to make america great again, america has never stopped being great. >> reporter: i'm reed banion reporting. >> jay: the sanders campaign be will open an office tonight at 6:00 and nerve off the loss in south carolina, bernie sanders supporters took to the streets of asheville over the weekend. wnc for bernie held a rally at new mountain before the large
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they say their candidates grass roots approach is the right way to run a campaign. >> the expense to which the money and politics has tipped the scales is quite possibly past the tipping point, if not, it's so close, if there is any way of saving it, we need to do it now. >> jay: there is an open house tonight at 7:00 in swannanoa across from ingals. >> holly: the man accuse of shooting an ohio masstor is expected in court. >> jay: the accused shooter, daniel schooler is the brother of will cam schooler, one of the church members says he went into the church following prayer and he was followed inside. >> then we heard, pow pow pow pow, that's when everyone started running. >> holly: daniel schooler is charged with murder. court records show he has a history of violence date k dating back to 2001.
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for a police officer shot and killed to on the first day of her job. >> holly: she responded to a domestic disturbance call and when she arrived there was already a killed female. >> jay: the man opened fire on glendon and injured two other officers. >> a young woman goes out to do a job and this kind of thing happens. it's sad. >> jay: hamilton is a member of the army who works for the pentagon. he is being held without bond. >> holly: three people are stabbed and 13 arrested during a kkk rally in anaheim gathered for an antiimmigration rally, dozen of protestors gathered to protest, a melee between the two groups spread over a city block. >> a guy stabbed one guy with a confederate flag and people started rushing at him, throwing
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>> holly: six chance men and 7 counter protestors were arrested. people were also critical ( ) of police department presence saying there was not enough. >> jay: who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks? >> holly: the video shows dogs acting as ball boys during a tennis match. >> jay: first, let's look at today's mind teaser. during thes cash how long do the oscar, how long do
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>> holly: 6:55, let's recap this morning's local headlines. today a man charged in a major theft case involving the largest church in the mountains will go before a judge. >> jay: jeffrey silvers is accuse odd stealing $40,000 of equipment from a church in arden and pawning it and is accused of breaking into several church vehicles.
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involved in a weekend car crash. troopers say saturday afternoon christopher love was driving more than 100 miles per hour on charlotte highway when he lost control and slammed into a concrete wall. love was thrown from the vehicle. he is charged with dwi and several other traffic violations. >> jay: buncombe county deputies are investigating a bizarre theft at home depot on fairview road. deputies say james mayfield junior stole a leaf blower and then returned it for store credit. they say he then did it again with a different leaf blower, a few days later. he is now charged with two counts of misdemeanor larceny and two counts of felony obtaining property by false pretenses. >> holly: today's mind teaser answer, we asked during the oscars how long do the winners have to make their acceptance speech? >> jay: the answer is a mere 45 seconds. >> holly: four shelter dogs have a new gig. >> jay: the dogs were trained as ball dogs for the brazil open tournament. they had to retrieve the balls that went out of bounds at an exhibition match and then give them back to the players. >> holly: the local shelter hopes to raise awareness with
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and in case you are wondering, the four dogs were frida, mel, isabelle, and cos tellla ( ), the portuguese word for "rib," look at that. they are all dressed up for the occasion with a little bandanna. >> ingrid: i love that. a final look at weather everyone, outside your door, we have a slight chance for rain this morning but other than that it will be sunshine and 60s. so, if you didn't have a chance to get outside yesterday, you have another chance today. scattered showers tomorrow, severe. same thing on wednesday. when we see a cool-down and return to the 40s for highs, 50 on thursday, and then overnight lows will be back below freezing eventually in the extended forecast and then into next weekend, too. upstate location, look at this, close to 70 degrees this afternoon with mostly sunny skies and a few isolated showers beginning tomorrow. >> ingrid: on the road it's also looking good. >> jaclyn: we are all good, look accident free in asheville. >> jay: thanks so much for
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