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>> the big story remains the dangerous heat. >> temperatures in the 90s, the heat index near 100 degrees. wes hohenstein starts us off with the latest. >> purpose 90s in the sand hills. outside you can see many in the low to mid-90s. 96 in the capital. 90 91 in rocky mount. factor in that humidity. it still feels like 102 in clinton. 101 in south hill. even though it is incredibly humid. oddly enough we do not have showers or storms. so it's hot and dry and that's what we expect heading into tonight. as we go hour by hour, by 7:00 91. still going to feel like 95. still feels like 94.
through the 80s. coming up in a few minutes we'll tell you not only when we will cool down but excitement in the sky. >> more than a half a million dollars is missing from nearly 30 homeowner associations in wake and johnston counties. amy cutler talking with some of the hoa's today. they have money is going. >> reporter: we came to the corner stone community management office to get their side of the story. no one was here when we arrived. the company around the corner telling us no one's been back for more than a week now. garner police said they are investigating this company after three hoa's came forward saying they noticed money missing from their account. the initial report filed last
have followed. they are unable to say how much is unaccounted for. they still have to go through the bank records. one village estimates it's out more than $100,000. >> this was just shock and disbelief, the company that we've been with apparently has caused these problems for us in terms of ours finances. so we're now looking into that with our position is. >> reporter: again, garner police investigating this management company. they are calling this a criminal matter, but they decline to say exactly how long that investigation would take. again, 29 hoa's involved in this. you may be wondering if your hoa is a part of this. we posted a full list on our website wncn.com.
crabtree valley mall. a series of loud pops or bangs led to the chaos. eight people were hurt running for the exmps -- exits. police have not released the 911 calls. key evidence is being thrown out in the x-rays of a former unc student accused of driving drunk the wrong way hand killing three people. as david phone records. >> reporter: chandler kania was back in court today a little after a year when troopers say he drove drunk the wrong way killing three people, including a 6-year-old girl. his attorney wants key evidence thrown out but the focus today was on cell phone records. they want to keep out any texts, photos or videos leading up to the crash. kania's attorneys argue the
served. the state said it was properly served. kania's attorneys said it's not easy for kania's family to sit through the hearings and they think about the families every day. >> our family struggle and that family is appropriately keeping in mind the victims and talk about that all the time and they will never be okay, never will be okay. r motion sometime later this week or next week. the defense attorney also made a motion to have it continued to a later date. however, the judge immediately denied the motion. >> kania's thorns have filed motions to dismiss other parts of key evidence but those most likely will not be heard until the trial in october. a durham man is charged with kidnapping three young women and taking them to
willingly left with juan guteirrez. the girls were found safe in sell ma. he is also accused of abducting a child last summer in johnston county. the remains of a 3-year-old girl missing in gaston county have been found and the mother's boyfriend has been charged. the reallies of were discovered. william "skip" mccullen was watching her when she was reported missing. the death of a harnett county woman found in a hotel in wilmington is being investigated as a homicide. police found the 21-year-old dead at the best western on market street. a fourth person has been
party in sampson county. anthony king, jr. was shot and killed during the fight at the makewood country club. emanuel carr is charged with his murder. today police now charged one with aggravated assault. a home is a total loss after a fire this afternoon. it happened at 1 can no one was hurt. the purchase is help -- red cross is helping. a traffic alert for folks in estate -- in fayetteville. starting at 10 a.m. northbound traffic along bragg boulevard at randolph will be
something wrong in the way they're diverting the traffic. i haven't figured it out. the flow of traffic. they need to do something to better control the flow of traffic. >> dot officials said nearly 60,000 drivers travel along bragg b every -- boulevard every day. the deal could include a the houston astros would bring their class a club from california and the team would have 70 home games a year. yesterday in asheville tim kaine called north carolina really, really important. >> what the vice president am candidate had -- vice- presidential had to say about the economy.
an idea that came out of the blue is aimed at showing love to the men and women who wear the blue. >> restaurants are stepping up to feed the force. an owner came up with the idea to provide meals to uniformed officers over labor day weekend. a facebook page is attracting more and more local restaurants
positive attention to our local police officers by providing them with a free meal to any uniformed officer that comes in on those two days and in here or any of the other participating restaurants. >> o'malleys will also be selling t shirts donated by local printer. 100% of the proceeds will go to the program that provides any family who lost someone in the line for more information visit power website, wncn.com. a wake county school board is meeting to finalize their budget. coming up next, a live report from the meeting on the changes coming this school year. >> and we've got another day of extreme heat with not a lot of rain but we also have better rain chances on the seven-day.
cooper: governor mccrory wants you to believe there's a carolina comeback. but raise your hand if your taxes have gone up while those at the top are the ones getting the tax break. and raise your hand if you're working more for less. i'm roy cooper, and that's not a comeback. that's moving backwards. raise your hand if you agree that those at the top should pay their fair share.
that a comeback should include everyone. presidential politics returned to north carolina today. >> democratic north carolina. >> reporter: anytime we talk presidential politics, the economy is always going to be an essential topic. cayen talked on -- kaine and his wife standing by, talked about his own record.
will be 9-0 in november. >> reporter: democrat tim kaine said he is confident. >> the only way we will win is because of you. it will not be one more tv ad that will tape this thing. >> reporter: he spoke inside the cape fear botanical gardens. he talks about jobs and infrastructure, a big part of the clinton campaign. >> in manufacturing coming back. north carolina, too. it's different. it's a lot of equipment but there are advanced manufacturing opportunities. >> reporter: he also spoke about the clinton campaign's plan for shared prosperity. >> make sure workers have the rights that they need and making sure that we payee equal
asked one question. >> does anyone believe in donald trump? no. >> an idea on how to improve our country instead of just it's horrible. >> reporter: kaine also spoke about military related issues. we have the information on our website, wncn.com. from here kaine heads to clinton will be in ohio. thank you. this afternoon, the cumberland county republican party responded to clinton's economic plan saying she's going to raise taxes. >> when you elect a democrat, put a democrat in office, they want to tax us more. with more taxes people cannot grow. the economy cannot grow. corporation can't hire more people because they're taxing
>> looking ahead, the republican nominee is expected to be in charlotte on thursday. there's not a lot of details about donald trump's visit but there is a rally for one fund- raiser. we will' update you on air and online at wncn.com. after months of back and forth and speculation, wake county parents could learn what changes would be made carleigh griffeth is outside meeting -- care -- cary where the meeting is going on. >> reporter: they're trying to see a if they can decrease the number of weeks before a facility is changed. this vote has been delayed week after week because the school
final funding -- see the final funding number from the state and county. we know what items could be on the chopping block, decreasing the number of days the facility is cleaned from three days to two days, a hiring freeze on vacancies for 90 days and postponing the construction. these are not exclusive to county. they are being felt across the state because he felt the general assembly isn't doing enough. >> what's in the coming through is the fund -- not coming through is the funding. teacher pay, we need that but we need the rest of the funds to come along with it. >> reporter: school board members have also expressed their frustrations with funding as well. they said to produce graduates
will compete in today's workforce, they need to have innovative programs but without funding they can't do it. because of the heat wake county schools canceled tonight and tomorrow night. nasa said last month was the hottest month history. hottest month in recorded history going alt way back to the 1800's. i want to show you a couple things. we're talking global temperatures. since the 1980s, this is a simple line graph showing the anomaly. so since about 1970 you see what's going on the temperature
what we're expecting. we're expecting the average to be way above than what we were last year. this is a trend that's continued for the last year. this is really amazing. so each line here represents a different year since 1880. i know they're clustered together. cooler years are at the bottom and warmer years are at the top. look at what 2016 is doing. it i year and that's a trend that we expect to continue which would make the entire year the hottest year that we've ever had. so that is your scientific proof that the globe is warming. now we have to decide what to do about it. today is hot, unrelated to what's going on long term. we're in a hot spell that has dry weather, nothing cooking on the radar but temperatures are
when you factor in that humidity, it still feels like 102 in clinton, 100 in fayetteville. we'll do it for one more day before we get changes later this week. so not many changes tonight, generally dry. as we go hour by hour, 89 degrees. we'll feel like 94. at 10:00 we'll feel like 94. and tomorrow morning, 74 muggy degrees. high pressure keeping us hot and dry and this frontal boundary teasing us off to the west with hopes of cooler temperatures and better rain. that is eventually going to get here but tomorrow the weather pattern stays the same, just as hot, just as dry. as this area of high pressure starts to move on thursday and friday, this frontal boundary and the rain that comes with this will also move closer to us.
while it technically will be cooler, i don't know if you will feel it. temperatures will not change that much. they mr. hold around -- will hold around 90 with a few scattered showers, but we do have some showers. speaking of long term, more than 3,000 miles away we'll continue to watch with the national hurricane center. this cluster of clouds that they now have a 90% chance of storms, we expect it to move north over the next couple of close to that with the bigger story. those two days will be the higher rain chances. we'll keep it hot and mostly dry this weekend. guys, circle next tuesday because right now it looks like not only are we going to dry out completely but we'll do it with slightly cooler temperatures and noticeably lower humidity. that's not until next tuesday. >> okay.
david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family,
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fault, at least a little. >> we're responsible, too. we got a guy for not finishing. missing a play or block or tackle. so that's the thing we have to be careful of. >> the panthers play again this saturday at tennessee. >> to basketball. even though coach k is in rio, the guys at duke are still making there was a shake-up in the seasonal opener versus am ban -- albany. that also meant the game was canceled. but after a month of not having a season opener duke decided to open at home. >> last but not least at rail hawks were at practice.
as a college student he earned a starting spot and as an adult he is now a captain for the rail hawks, the same team he cheered for as a child. >> it means a lot. i've come to all these games since they got a team. i'm very passionate about the game and also wanted to play. it was always my dream. i'm glad things
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