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state investigators want to speak witnesses in charlotte who may have seen the car chase and possibly the deadly shooting. last week a trooper tried to pull harris over for speeding. the chase ended in his neighborhood. hay shot haste during an encounter. he dieded at the scene. the fbi hopes witness can answer some questions about what happened that night. a south carolina woman is accused of killing her the refrigerator. she removed him after three hours and then sought medical attention. she's charged with felony homicide and then child abuse. >> a cigarette in a pot sparked a fire. fire investigators say the flames started in the back of the home on the deck and then spread to the attic. fortunately the family was not in the house at the
family dog. that's when they were killed. cbs north carolina's derek louis is there for the emotional testimony. derek? >> sharon, it was emotional without a debt. family members got a chance to speak to the person police say killed their relatives back in 2005. i spoke with two parents who told me it was tough reliving that pain again from >> there was not a dry eye from any family member. >> i pain came back as i watched other people in their pain. >> marsha harris' son was shot and killed throong with three others. pleading guilty to four counties of second-degree murder and armed robbery robbery.
i loved my son. and he is someone's son. so i couldn't look at him as a murderer. >> that kind of damage, carnage to sheub'sing smg's wrong. you don't have any horizontal. >> he did not speak to any of the families during court. >> i hope you he can turn his life around even in jail. >> duncan was sentenced to 44 years there iz pr. you'll hear more from the family members live in durham. i'm derek louis. cbs north carolina. >> a child who went missing just before 2:00 this morning is now safe. fayetteville police send out an aletter after he was missing from a neighbor's home. it turns out the 8-year-old was with his father and
>> some graduate student workers are braiting their right to form a union. they've been trying to unionize for some time in hopes of correct -- imreufg work conditions. they'll now be able to -- a natural gas leak forced a closure. you could see gas but blowing around the le. well over an hour. no one was evacuated and once the line was capped everything wept back to normal. >> in an area still dealing with deaf staitding flooding. president obama got his first look add the damage. cbs reports from baton rouge, louisiana. the prayers of the entire nation are with everybody who lost loved ones. >> the president toured east
people's lives have been upended by in flood. families have in some cases lost home scwhrs. water in in house came up to the shoulders. they gutted the home ands toed it on the lawn. >> all of your clothes, bed stuff, baby thing. everything's gone. o.k. god has a reason for us. we're going to en he will provide for fus. >> more than 106,000 people have registered to emergency frald aid. 80% do not have flurnls. the president says the government is beginning to distribute $127 million in federal disaster relief to those who have had to clean their homes. >> i need all americans to stay focused on this. if you're watching this today make sure that you find out how you can help.
louisiana. the republican nominee criticized the president for not cutting short his vacation. today trump tweed tweeted the visit by the president was too little too late and -- house bill 2 may be the reason charlotte doesn't get the 2017 all-star game but it's not stopping the city trying again. the ci same incentives to get it once before. staitd law upset the nba because nay deemed it discriminatory even though steps were taken to change part of the lei law it was not enough. that's according to their wedding planner in an interview with the knot. she said the couple changed locations after the law
fayetteville police force is retiring. cbs north carolina's nate rogers was there and joins us now live. nate? >> i spoke with -- but police officers as well as city council members who were surprised by the announcement. chef metlock standing behind him. announced retirement this coming december. shoulder injury for more than a year now. he says after working nonstop for decades, it's time to focus on himself and family. he thanked fellow officers and city leaders for their support. >> i'm hum to be have been splected so lead this fine disproportionate almost four years ago and this is the greatest department in north carolina in the greatest city of north
his blessings in my life, my long suffering wife gloria. he's been with the department for nearly four years. his reer in law enforcement extends some 28 years and previously he served on strategy. cbs north carolina. >> thank you and duke blue devil freshmen moved in today. time for parents to support their students as they begin their college experience even if not every participant was on board with their kids' choice. >> we'll come to visit every now and then. even though i'm -- even though i'm a tar heel fan. >> no, no, no. do not mention.
i'm a tar heel fan. >> oh. >> yeah, yeah. he said it on television. that's snumplet that raleigh family was able to laugh and it -- after being displaced from their home in raleigh. lightning sparked a fire earlier this month. and they've been living in hotels for the past two weeks. and they say sending their daughter to school brings much needed excitemented to the family right know, like going out party a little bit. even though it's not a good fight because i'm standing by -- >> some n some ways it's scary but i'm not too far from home. i'm lucky to have my parents. 40 minutes away who can provide for me. well that is exciting. more than 1700 students make up the freshman class and they come from 70 countries and 49 states.
duke students are working to cash in on move-in. >> the online date that turned deadly. coming up what went wrong for the victim and the warning for anyone looking for lover online. >> and those students moving in today. you picked a much better
today than what we had last week and what we have later this week. i'll tell you when exactly. 90s are coming back if your forecast. eight times higher than it was a decade
he's charged withed 2015 deaths of the parishioners at a church in charleston. the fbi is investigating a stab vabbing in virginia in which the subject -- god is great while allegedly attacking a man and woman. the subject is charged that took place at the pines apartments in rhone roak saturday. police center said they believe the attack was random. and in the midwest authorities believe a deadly apartment fire was set on furp a person of interest is it took 200 firefighter thes three hours to get the flames under control in south chicago early this morning. sadly three sisters were killed ages 3 months old and 4 and 7 years old. a man also died in that fire. chicago police brought in the bomb squad to investigate. detectives believe a man set the fire after some kind of domestic dispeutd. he began to punch and kick at the door. i went in my room and ignored it because i'm like
never did i think he would set anything on fire. when he started my fire he started the fire and started it on my back por glch of the man is believed to be the person the -- at least three other people were injured. two firefighters were also hurt and we're told they're doing o.k. now. according to police 26-year- old aimed hillary meant haley on the online dating center plenty of a twisted plan. a few hours after a date, police say the woman returned with three men. investigators said there was a struggle and hillary was shot. they want his death to be a warning for others. >> there's so many places that you can check people out now on the computer. it's probably a good idea to do that first. also on a first date, you really shouldn't take somebody to the place that you
including conspiracy to commit robbery and murder. found dead at school inside a rolled up gym mat is suing 9 people. the lawsuit filed in federal court aalleged classmates killing him and they covered up the crime. the investigators say it was a freak accident and not a crime. florida now has five more cases of locally acquired zika. one of those hundreds of miles away from he disoans. one of the new cases came out of the tampa bay area. they're investigating what that person had been to miami. that brings the total number to 42. battling breast cancer reaches settlements with a former business manager who did not pay her insurance bills. according to the court documents.
the doctor. the suit claims if it had been caught earlier she wouldn't have had to go chemotherapy. >> ed price for a life-saving epipen they want no know. they help help ward off allergic reactions. a two hof dose pack -- t closer to $400. a few la hearing to ask makers why it's so high. they have a monopoly since they had to recall last year. the company does offer coupons for patients. is recalling its fitness bands from happy meals. they started have skin irritations or burns. 29 million were given out. on our website wncn.com we
>> all right. the streak is now two days in the 80s. i know it's not 13 days like we had in the 90 busy you but we'll take t. comfortable humidity. and no rain. making getting outside a little more possible than it has been over the last few weeks. temperatures range anywhere from the low 80s up by the virginia border to the mid and upper 80s here in the tri angle to upper 80s and even closer to 90 down in the nd only a few more days left before really hot and humid weather returns by the end of the this week. that dewpoint temperature remains in that comfy zone. that's where we like this. we like it all year round. it's been out and here and the steamy zone. it's eventually going to start to duoback up as we go to the end of the this week. you will feel that mainly in your late evening and early morning temperatures. so want to with comfortable humidity will be comfortable outside but 8:00 drop the temperatures
we're at 76 with just a few clouds and no rain. slowly dropping intoed low # 0z and wind up in the mid-60s. that's pretty good. so the surface map doesn't look that different. of course, the last couple of weeks there haven't been many charges keerl but a situation we didn't want. we still got that front to the south. that hasn't changed. high pressco remember, when this high starts to shift around a little, that's when hour temperatures and humidity levels are going to start to shift back up. let talk about when that's going to happen. form, about the same. same as we had today. same as yesterday. generally mostly sunny. just some fair weather consume lus clouds. no rain in the forecast and pretty warm in the upper 8 0z but not hot and that humidity stays comfortable too. that's until the high starts to shift to the east.
shift out of the south. that's when we start to raise that dewpoint. you'll feel the humidity at night and in the morning. we'll also have temperatures in the low 90s. as we get into the weekend not many changes in heat and humidity. but we will add some isolated storms back into the forecast as another cold front approaches us. but it never quite make it is through our area so it stays hot on into next week. so that pretty much takes care of the next let's talk about what's going on in the tropics t. remains rather busy. it's that time of year. august and september is when tropical activity starts to peak. there are now just two things we're watching. fiona is no long ary trackable system but we still have this system just east of the caribbean that the national hurricane center still has a 60% chance of developing. and tropical storm gaston is
the third hurricane this season many that's concerning; right? but it take more of a northerly turn. more concern for shipping interest, fish and the island of bermuda. we're not worried about gaston but this system just east of the caribbeans. the hurricane hunter aircraft out into the system today but it didn't stay long. it didn't take long for them system is really disorganized. sure it looks like clouds but doesn't have a circulation and it could run into some issues when it gets close tore land and also fiona is just up to here to the forth. not a lot working for this system to develop but we're still keeping an eye on it. late this week it could run into better conditions to develop. the computer models -- the
caribbean. and we also watch where the clusters are going. many of them are taking but remember this is just the track of the system. this isn't telling us if it's clouds t. doesn't talk about intensity. not a category five hurricane but tells us the track. we really need to wait and see when this going to develop into if anything and the area of high pressure that's going to help warm us will help steer . tomorrow to get a better idea of what's going to happen with that system. in the meantime get ready for the 90s. they're coming up. upper 80s tomorrow but right around 09 thursday with low 90s friday on into the weekend. you'll feel the humidity by friday. a few isolated showers as we head into the weekend. no heat advisory. no heat index of 105. >> very nice.
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>> and tomorrow conservationists will hold a rally to the red wolf population. their concerned since u.s. fish and wild fire service is considering ending its recovery program and there are fewer than 40 red wolfs left in the world. >> saving for retirement is seem like a headache. when some companies are doing to make it easier. then at 5:0 focused on small businesses. what each side i'm roy cooper, and you deserve the truth about the crime lab. when i became attorney general, we discovered a backlog of more than 5,000 dna test kits and years worth of shoddy investigations. but what governor mccrory isn't telling you is that we cleared the backlog. we also solved over 2,000 crimes and put killers and rapists in prison from cold cases.
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if automatically enrolled 88% of workers participate in the plan. but when employees have to sign up themselves, less than half participate. they recommend putting 15% of your salary towards retirement. >> apple ceo is hosting a fundraiser for hillary clinton in california tomorrow and get this, attendees are being asked to contribute $50,000.
executive and venture capitalist tring to raise big money. now this interesting the worldwide web went public 25 years ago today. tim burner -- gave u.s. accessed to web for the first time on august 23, 1991. it allowed nontech salve vie people to use the information age. >> it makes me feel old. >> makings me -- it does. >> well there's more to come here. including why some drivers in garner will need to keep a special eye out when school starts. >> ordered to testify in the beau bergdahl case. why the team says that general should be qualified. the goal of the presidential candidate is to get
>> the folks wanting to make that happen were in raleigh today. who was in town to win over votes. >> i'm here this afternoon to try to make some points about how strong hillary clinton's plan is for small businesses. >> as far as small businesses are concerned really there's a whole lot to be said about that. >> right around the same time today the two presidential campaigns both visited raleigh small businesses. laura trump, donald trump daughter-in-law was downtown. >> would be a continuation of what we've seen over the past seven to eight years. that doesn't work. obamacare in particular. >> speaking for hillary clinton's plan, former state treasurer. he spoke atrophy brewing company in raleigh. >> hillary clinton wants to have one of the best investment plans that i've seen
that would clow allowing them to expand $# million when they plan and spend money to -- they plan to expand within the next few years with a restaurant and e. space. >> i think hillary clinton makes sense for the united states because she has an eye on small business. he isn't looking to make tax cuts. at brigs the owner is looking at trump's plan. and his calls affordable care act or obamacare. >> the rates keep getting higher. i'm having to pay more out of pocket and now with the mandates upon small business to have to pay employees. i wont be able to do that. >> ahead at 6:00 more on impact that small businesses could plaw on the election. >> cbs north carolina. >> while their reps talk busy both candidates continue to battle familiar
a judge's ruling ensures hoib will be answers questioning about the e-mails until election day. >> how trump is trying to win over a group of voters who have been reluck tenant to support him. >> hillary clinton went to justin timberlake's home. it included an appearance on jimmy kimmel live. >> i do feel sometimes like this campaign has university. >> she talked about debating hillary clinton antelatest twist in her e-mail controversy. the state department is reviewing 15 theurks previously undisclosed messages the fbi uncovered during its investigation. >> many i e-mails are so boarding. >> i know. >> i'm embarrassed by that. they're so boring. so we've already released, you know, 30,000 plus. what's a few more? >> but trump isn't laughing. he wants a new look into the e-
access clun ton foundation donors not to her. >> require an exme did dieted -- immediately, immediately, immediately. >> speaking to a mostly white audience democrats have let down minorities. >> for the african-americans who i employ so many, so many people. to the hispanics, tremendous people. what the hell do you have to lose? give me a chance. >> trump is no longer talking about all illegal immigrants but inis cysts his plan isn't going anywhere. and donald trump is fundraising in texas today before holding a rally in austin later tonight. husband running mate is meuk pence will be in charlotte and we'll be there
after a search warrant was served. they say they found marijuana paraphernalia, several hundreds in crash and guns. they found more than a hundred rounds of ammunition. a lot of people are forgetting to leave their guns at home when they go to the airport. they had a record-number of guns earlier this month from august 12th to august 18th. they took took 81 guns from pe planes. 70 of them were loaded. they confiscated swords, and a machete. any active military member with a valid id can move through tsa lines more quickly. it's expected to speed up service at the airport. and a traffic alert in cumberland county.
brag. who's working in the 295 project. starting at 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. this week. >> a top general accused of killing more than a -- that's the decision from the military judge overseeing the trial at fort brag. the rerls are not relevant but paragraph they should approximate disqualified. we're now talking about stream heat or severe storms. we're talking about the tropics tonight. anything we need to be concerned about here in north carolina? >> not any time soon. maybe down the road. it's something we're going to have to watch but thank goodness we're not talking about heat and severe weather. >> this is lovely weather. >> it is august.
here's an updates. i got circled there. gaston is way out. there might become a hurricane later this week but also expected to turn more to the north. it's this cluster of showers and thunderstorms that if it ever gets upgraded would become her mean but it is going to get upgraded. the hurricane hunters flew out there today. investigative for a shore of time. it doesn't look like anng associate with the tropical system. there's a 60% chance of something developing. so here's why we're not going to turn our attention away from it and i want to bring in the sea surface temperatures. this is how warm the ocean water is. a lot of the same colors; right the ocean water is warm out there. that's why tropical storm systems form but it's going to be heading closer to
you see some durcht shades. that's because that area is close to 9 # degrees. when it gets that warm that's like gasoline and fire when it comes to tropical system and what they need to explode and develop. that's why we have to watch it closely. where it's going to go as early next week. a big question mark about. that we'll know a lot more tomorrow and thursday so we'll have some more definitive answers there. we've got to keep an eye on everything out there. some of us still head to the beach this time year. back here at home weather looks good. we're going to keep it dry with just a few clouds. comfortable humidity as we drop through the low 8 #-z. low 70s by late tonight however the comfortable humidity even that's going to go away. when it's going to get hot and humid again coming up. >> west, thank you. come comes with a safety warnings.
the county is expanding it complex with two new courtrooms and extra space for the sheriff's office. sidewalks with closed enthe boards and tires will keep them safe. we want to make sure people -- preserve all of the street escaping that current gong on. >> the county says this work should be finished by the middle of next week. they plan to prak grounds on mobts. >> people in southern pines -- about the possibility of a new shopping center coming to town. the proposed center would be off morganton roid. it would be anchored by a public -- pub whrrks ix grocery store. from 57 to 7:00. that's on northwest broad -- and people who live in the air can offer into it.
extra traffic may not be in the places you'd expected. cbs north carolina shows us how one road in particular is expected to see more con aggression. >> the hustle and bustle of back to school bring buses, parents and students to new locations this year. over 2,000 of those people will now travel on the church road in garner. th'll attend class. ga i renovation. >> about half of them will take the bus. oog -- a quarter of the students will be driving thelses. town officials say they have made adjustments. they've had a signal at that intersection. they have also added turn lane and adjusted the signals a the intersection of
bethel church road. >> that these additions are going to be very helpful in making sure that traffic can get into the area. safely and with as little impact that are already in the area as possible. >> in raleigh. green maght elementary school stations will be back on the campus and brooks maght elementary students will be in a modular campus. >> brand new school raleigh. opie elementary, pleasant grove elementary or grove church road and a white oak elementary on white oak and apeks. they all start class at 9:15 on monday. cbs north carolina. and don't forget to brake for buses. out there. >> a man tries to impress a woman and gets more attention than he probably wanted.
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members. it was a rough night for a pennsylvania man. he's recovering after being trapped between two buildings for several hours. police say the man was trying to impress a woman last night by jumping from one roof to another but he missed. instead he ended up wedged between the buildings. crew hs to breakthrough the brick wall of a nearby restaurant to rescue him. he was taken to the hospital. the only injury was a broken ankle. a new jersey police officer offered to a house fire. he caught a child who was juching from a window hen he broke fall of another. >> i looked at the people who were getting the ladder and looked up and she was already jumping. so she was on her way down. i caught her. >> two more children and one woman watching the children jump next. they are all o.k. the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
old. people are rallying around here and her family. >> she has been in the hospital since is she was born. after 145 face of waiting she just had a heart transplant and it could change her life. >> friends, family and strangers are reaching out to share they love and support. love you. >> bethny and -- stood oaft hospital encouraging woodses. she has known nothing but hospitals shins she was born. >> we had no idea that ything was wrong until she was born and she was blue. >> she had left started stroam. her heart was so underdevelop the only way to survive was a transplant. she within on the or tban donation list. >> woe make sure to make etch day count.
surgery to receive a donat heart. >> she has really improved a lot of her emotional attitude and she's smailing a lot more. >> with guidance. able to mobilize the community to help pay for medical bills >> . we have had -- guided by a 9-year-old in garner. >> we had little children coming in with th guy banks. and hope to raise 100,000 in the end. >> it's been just a real encouragement to see how many people out there really do care. >> token of support are triking in help the them stay strong with nye naomi. you're a fighter. we're so proud of you. >> cbs north carolina. >> she's a fighter.
help you can find out website. just go to wncn.com. >> you remember how hot july was? august is not that hot but it's been hot. in fact as belook back we're now 23 days into the month of august. and as you can see we've only had -- count them with me. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 days at low normal. and normal this time of year 88 or9. the rest of this week we will warm back up toward the 90s. but at least today in the triangle was the second day in a row. 90 in fayetteville. 87 here at the capitol. that's going to allow us to get somewhat comfortable overnight. a warm evening by 8:00.
overnight. you're out the door tomorrow morning. mid-# 0s still a lot were than the 70s we had in the morning last week. and the 70s we have joseph night as we head into this weekend. high pressure still in control. the effects of that cold front are slowly going to start to go away over the next couple of days. more of the same. more upper 80s. more comfortable um motion through thursday and friday. the highs start to moves east. our winds move out of the south and you know what that's going to do to us. low 90s. i think you're really going to feel the humidity. you'll feel a little bit of it thursday and friday but this weekend you'll feel the traditional hot summers we've come to love. this cold front not going to move through and cool
isolated storms am few thunderstorms out in the tropics twosm thing we're watching. remember fiona is no long ary trackable system. i don't know if it's more famous because of a disney philen or the third hurp later this week. we do expect it to stay in open wears of atlantic. >> a little close tore the caribbean has a 60% chance of developing. even though the hurricane hunters did not find anything today. they're going to and investigate again tomorrow. the next game is hermine. and it could develop late this week. so where will it go if it does develop. these lines can be these pa tbe ty plots are just forging the path not the intensity but the path has
drivennian. staying north of land which would tear it a part. staying over water longer. giving it more time to strengthen and remember, very, very warm waters over the bahamas. so in the next 24 to 36 hours, while there's still a lot of uncertainty about what happens after saturday think by tomorrow if not thursday a better idea where it's going to duo. we're trying to figure out how strong or weak it's going to be. that's d afghanistan where this system goeses and see how long it develops. that's our biggest concern in the tropics but it's not eminent. we have other things to worry about like warming temperatures. upper 80s tomorrow in the triangle. 90 in fayetteville. we'll go up to 90 on thursday. 9 # on friday. the overnight low temperatures. notice they start to anemic back and that's when you know it's going to be human out
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that's moving backwards. raise your hand if you agree that those at the top should pay their fair share. raise your hand if you agree that tax breaks should be going to the middle class. and raise your hand if you agree that a comeback should include everyone. donald
trump facing new criticism - he appeared to mock a reporter with a disability. "you gotta see this guy. 'uhhhh i don't know what i said, i don't remember.' he's going like 'i don't remember'." "putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. t." "you have to be wealthy in order to be great. i'm sorry to say it." "he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured." women vote! is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. letterman:"has a line of clothing, now where were these made?" trump: "these were made, i don't know where they're made. but they were made someplace. but they're great.
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we call it the kpac. the skin on frame holding boat. >> he got the idea years ago. >> we were carrying a canoe down to the lake. everything's very heavy and very -- we had to get it back up on the car roof and it just seemed like a lot of work. that was the beginning of thinking there's got to be a better way of to do that. he found the ideal design. it weighs 21 pound and easy to carry down the wa >> light, i can fish out of it. i can board in it. can use it for nature. >> it glides smoothly along the pond leaving even less wake than nala. >> very low center of gravity. you get used to battling it. he's working on new dine designs for the future. >> some people carry golf clubs with them and i carry a folding boat.
it's sold online right now but he's in talks with some retailers of getting it in stores >> . that's pretty neat. >> had is also pretty cool as well. county officials want to make sure students have everything they need. this morning, dumb berland county gave the school district more than 800 backpacks. pencils, papers, pens and other school supplies. school bags to student opposite the first day of class. >> students are probably pretty happy about their teach ear new homework policy. >> she isn't formally assigning any homework because there's no proof that it helps students learn. she says she'd rather they spend they eat dinner as a family, reading together, playing outside, playing -- i'm just kidding.
? i'm up against the sky ? ? i said i'd taken it all in ? ? to make the good life ? ? and i don't feel like i'm falling ? ? i'm up against the sky ? it's ours to preserve... because we're only borrowing it from our children. ?? cooper: governor mccrory 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. raise your hand if you agree that tax breaks should be going to the middle class.
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cbs north carolina joins us -- where he pleaded guilty to six charges. you talked with the family of the victims. >> yeah. di. and those six charges include four counts of second-degree murder. one count of attempted first- degree murder. as well as armed robbery. roger duncan sat in handcuffs listening to the family members of the victims. several relatives had tears in their eyes as they spoked to suspect. one victim said she has no anger towardeds dup can.