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. anyone wanting to soak up the last days of summer.
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>> some people from the area trying to enjoy one last sunday at the beach. i am justin quesinberry glad you are spending part of your sunday with us. >> i am beairshelle edme here with kristin ketchell and you can get the bus stop forecast as well. >> not bad for today and the bus stop tomorrow either. not as warm as we have been over the past few mornings. >> here is a live pike tour. -- live picture and satellite and radar. we have a few clouds popping up and sunshine and clouds today and little bit later. and mainly this afternoon into the evening. >> it is 72 degrees in raleigh and durham and clayton. goldsboro and in fayetteville. we are watching few isolated storms very similar to yesterday. >> temperatures climbing up to
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this afternoon. cooler weather as we head through the week. > >> we will have the details coming up. >> police are investigating two shootings that left three people hurt. >> they took place early saturday morning and just before 4:00 a.m. a man was shot three times on house avenue. meanwhile on main street. 30 minutes later. two other people were also shot and they have not said whether or not two shootings here are related in any way and all three were shot in recovery. >> they say they are happy with a u.s. district judge's ruling allowing three members of campus to go against the bathroom restrictions. >> friday, the u.s. district judge thomas schroeder. and joaquin and two other students will use the bathroom for which they identify. >> they were happy with this ruling and if anything. would like to see the restriction lifted for
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>> i don't support it at all. >> it is ridiculous and supposed to be endporsed in schools and that is dittry meantal to people's mental health and may be confused about the gender identity. >> unc will not enforce it on its students and they say they will continue to enforce north carolina law. >> the sheriff's office your help. they installed skimming devices and it is from the back of the credit cards. this woman driving a white minivan is wanted for questioning. >> they saw the woman installing the device and called deputies who responded and removed it before they used the machine. if you have any information call police. >> we now know the name of a man who died friday night after he tried to cross i-40. and hit by a car.
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when 42-year-old jonathan brew center tried to cross the road. >> brew sther ran out in front. >> no charges are expected. >> new information in the 7-year-old missing person's case. >> 17-year-old brittany drexel of rochester, new york disappeared in myrtle beach in 2009. >> now a fbi agent said a statement from a prison inmate could shed light on her was abducted. gang raped and shot to death and thrown into an alligator swatch. this is from the courier of charleston. the inmate claims to have witnessed the killing. >> they said the story is false. >> . heading back to school.
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some tips to keep everyone safe. beware of backing out of your driveway and be sure to brake for buses. stopping to pick up or drop off kids. >> parents, make sure your kids stay well an away from the curb until loading onto the bus and loading onto the bus when loading on or off and they continue the mission to keep kids safe when boarding and getting off of school buses breaking for buses. >> looking for tomorrow. >> they are having the million march to school, 50% of children there receive reduced or free lunch and some are homeless. >> police chief, churches and members of the community, and the families of students are involved. they all plan to walk each and every child into school. the goal is to show the
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be there for them. >> coming up on 7:06 right now. impact from friday's storms in indianapolis, indiana can still be felt by people who live there. >> this is an estimate of homes still without power. >> not exactly like her but must have earth like that we should be excited about it. a plan met has been -- planet is found existing close to earth. proxima b. >> we are seeing beautiful sunshine here from raleigh durham international airport. how long the sunshine is
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come on... dogs just won't quit. neither does new frontline gold. its triple action formula is relentless at killing fleas and ticks for a full 30 days. good boy! go for the gold. which you are you? be the you who doesn't cover your moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. who hugs a friend. who is done with treatments that don't give you clearer skin. be the you who controls your psoriasis with stelara? just 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses. stelara? may lower your ability to fight infections and may increase your risk of infections and cancer. some serious infections require hospitalization. before treatment, get tested for tuberculosis. before starting stelara? tell your doctor if you think you have an infection or have symptoms such as: fever, sweats, chills, muscle aches or cough.
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or if anyone in your house needs or has recently received a vaccine. alert your doctor of new or worsening problems, including headaches, seizures, confusion and vision problems these may be signs of a rare, potentially fatal brain condition. some serious allergic reactions can occur. do not take stelara? if you are allergic to stelara? or any of its ingredients. most people using stelara? saw 75% clearer skin and the majority were rated as cleared or minimal at 12 weeks.
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philadelphia? garden vegetable. rich, creamy... ...and delicious nothing else tastes like philadelphia?. . welcome back to cbs north carolina. >> i actually took this earlier that was a pretty shot and we would love to see your photos. e-mail them to us. it is send it at wncn.com. and kristin, i know you are starting to get some of them in. >> i will uses a many as i can. you will see it on tv, if you send it to me. and we will see sunshine across the area. already seeing some there. showing some clouds moving into parts of the area. and we are dry.
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be dry. we will have a few of the storms popping up during the afternoon and evening hour. very similar to what we dealt with. and it rained for 20 minutes and five minutes after the rain stopped and the sun was out again. we could see a situation similar to that this afternoon. right now. we are dry. it is 71 degrees in rogue. it is 70 outside in durham and louisburg and cooler along the border. >> 67 seven -- roks and -- in roxboro and it will stay offshore. with it nearby. we will see a chance of showers and storms and especially the closer you are to the coast and the farther east you are. best chance of seeing a pop up shower or storm. >> we are looking at good mixture of sunshine and clouds. >> this is at noon. >> 91-degrees. not as hot as yesterday and few of the isolated storms possible
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expect for the week ahead. >> it does include cooler weather. >> this is coming up in the complete storm forecast. >> do you love navigating the waterways in a canoe or kayak. waterways in a canoe or kayak. but don't look forward to ?? from the mountains... to the beaches... the piedmont... to the sandhills... north carolina is possessed of spectacular natural beauty. [ man vocalizing ] run! ?? ? i don't feel like i'm falling ? ? i'm up against the sky ? ? i said i'd taken it all in ? ? to make the good life ?
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it's ours to preserve... because we're only borrowing it from our children.
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. just before nine after a report that a cessna aircraft carrying three people had crashed into a lake. vice-presidential running mate mike pence will visit winston-salem. he will speak at the millennium bridge on to one of england's busiest motorways. m 20. it left one person with nonlife-threatening injuries and it led to the tunnel and caused massive back ups for those headed to and from france. >> washington d.c. is famous for not getting things done and they are working on legislation and some would say the proposed
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washington. >> not much gets done in dc, sometimes an entire week can wait and on days and months of recess right now. they are bustling comparing to the capitol. >> say aye. >> you do see consideration of some important items and at least when they are here. >> take a look at the official 2016 senate calendar. now, when you delete the days they will spend in ce and the whole truth. >> mental health reform remain on the shelf. they might surprise you. house resolution 642 feeling with of all things. magic. >> it would quote. recognize magic as a rare and valuable art form and national treasure. and supports evidents to make certain that it is preserved. understood and promulgated and then you have business son.
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president obama. >> they asked the white house. >> does that mean. business son boat out humans. >> it is a robust legislative effort on the part of the white house. >> we were determined not to get buffaloed on this one. >> this is a low back to bourbon which is regulated down to the barrel. > >> this tour through the distillery shows the artistry of good booze an what qualifies as straight bourbon whiskey is just as complex. >> federal government said it must be aged in a barrel that is charred on the inside. it can be used only once and borbon can only be made in america. >> now you know what congress is up to. after elections and recess. >> i am chance seals. it is still summertime which means a lot of people
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don't lugging around a kayak or canoe. they have a solution. it is called the k pack and it is what is next. >> basically, it just comes up like this. it is a backpack. it is pretty compact and makes it easy to take anywhere: with a boat inside. >> just unfold the frame and attach a few pieces. inflate a few more. >> and in a matter of minutes. >> that's it. we call it the k pack and it basically a skin on frame folding boat. they got the idea for the portable boat years ago. >> we were carrying the canoe and everything is heavy and it is, we had to get it back up on the car roof and it just seemed leak it was a lot of work. and that was the beginning of thinking there is a better way to do that. pete said he found the ideal design. it weighs 21 pounds and easy to carry down to the water. >> light.
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en explore with it. and it needs nature photography. it floats smoothly along the pond. leaving even less than pete's dog nyla. you are on top of the water here and once you get used to paddling it. >> pete is working on new designs for the future. >> take a boat any are with. >> some carry golf clubs with them and i carry a folding boat. >> that was and pete is in talks with retailers about getting the folding boats into stores. >> they are hosting a blood drive and the rock n' roll up sleeve kicks off this tuesday. august 30th from 10 in the morning to seven in the evening. >> you can find more information on the website that is wncn.com. >> it has been years in the making. researchers have conpersonalled
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closest planet to us in the universe. liquid water could exist on the surface and it could be the home outside the life outside of the solar system. they hope it provides an opportunity for robotic exploration in the coming centuries. you speak of this in the coming hour. >> we perhaps won't be seeing the fruits of the labors. and researchers today and it is ex freedomly exciting to see >> it is really interesting stuff and we will wait and see what new developments come out and if they decide to make plans robotally. and eefng actually. we will see if they can get there at some point and it will be neat to see the progress. >> speaking of progress. we did have sunshine across the area today. we made some progress temperature wise and we want to start things off with the beautiful picture here all morning and asking for the sun
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>> cheryl lynn anderson. this is from yesterday morning. sunset beach, north carolina. is that not a gorgeous view or what. >> perfect to start off the morning and the atlantic there. and beautiful day at the beach there and another nice day at the beach as well. this is the exception of maybe a few isolated storms moving through and we will see them pushing inland as well. and right now. things are looking quiet and clouds popping up on the satellite and rad located here. it is 71 degrees here. and 70 in durham and fayetteville and in the upper 60s along the virginia border and little cooler. >> temperatures going to rise to the low 90s and improvement over yesterday and in the mid- to upper 90s. we are looking at a high around 91 degrees. we will see a chance of an isolated afternoon shower or storm and after 2:00 today. >> very spotty at best.
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the sun came back out and we have morning on the same. we prepared for that. >> little lower today. >> 68 degrees. that put us in the muggy category. it is an improvement over the steamy category and it will still feel muggy this afternoon and not as comfortable as yesterday. >> we have high pressure sitting to the north. that is going to lead to partly cloudy skies and at the same time we have the low pressure system spinning offshore and inch its way closer bringing an isolated shower or storm into the evening. >> the front or the low sits right offshore. so the closer you are. the better chance you have of picking up wet weather and there is a small rain chance and below, it does stay offshore through tuesday and wednesday. it pulls it off to the northeast and watching for the next colds front which will move into the area thursday and this is for the ends of the
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>> we have very active tropics. now, we are keeping a close eye on the wave here and this is in the caribbean pushing towards the gulf of mexico. and they have given us additional chance of formation. and there is a chance it could. and we head into tomorrow and tuesday. and keeping a close eye on. >> hurricane gaston sitting out in e it did intensify into an at a hurricane last night. no threat to land. and it will stay out over the open atlantic for the other side. >> we have tropical storm madeleine. we don't talk about storms in the pacific because it has little impact since the ocean is so large there. how far, this tropical system will be making a likely
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it could potentially make landfall as a tropical storm. and a strong one with 60 miles an hour wind on the big island of hawaii. >> temperatures across the area. low 90s. and in fort bragg and 90 in goldsboro. and in rocky mount and wilson and durham and chapel hill and in had raleigh. >> temperatures right around 90 degrees. stay near 90 for wednesday. thursday will be the warmest day of the week. give us the best in and behind the front, we are cooler. >> friday and saturday. temperatures in the mid-80s. overnight lows falling into the 60s. hang in there for a fridays. >> we will have to and the 90s. they seem to be staying. we want to slither away. >> they will gradually for the ends of the week. >> thanks. we are following breaking news coming into the newsroom right now. two people are dead in fayetteville and they are
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>> before 5:00. they responded to the southwood apartment complex on southwood drive and when they arrived they found victims dead from the gun shot wounds. we will bring you more information as we get it. time right now is 7:24. players are back to the gridiron as both nfl football and todd begin sob gives us a
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. if you head to a carolina panthers game. there is limit the parking. there are several projects in downtown charlotte. and if you live it there. that's what they call it. fewer parking spaces are available. >> now head on carolina's todd gibson. >> he has the sports wrap. he is one of the most positive guys you will ever meet and if thomas can maintain the attitude given what he has gone through. for the second time in his blow devils career. it is an entire season of football. he suffered a partial tear of his left achilles. and his senior season is done. he worked so hard to get back and it looked like he would until thursday.
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quarterback position to parker bain or freshman jones. >> tony romo's season isn't over and durham cowboy's qub has a broken -- quarterback has a broken bone in his back. romo has a history of back problems. surgery in 2013 and sufficiented a back injury in 2014. last season. romo played in four games after breaking his collarbone. >> he has missed, are a dismal 10-23. impressive rookie. prescott is expected to take the reins. now, back to you. they will be watching that very closely. >> coming up in the next half hour. >> i want to get justice for my daughter. >> two families are asking for the attorney general to seek justice for their love the ones who died in two separate incidents involving the legal system: hear their message at a weekend rally.
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for the tarheel state. >> we have the report newspapers say it's time pat mccrory and republicans in raleigh tell the truth about our schools. instead of putting our children first, billions in tax breaks that could have lifted north carolina's schools have been diverted into tax cuts for the wealthy and big corporations. and what are we left with? the ratio of teachers to students is worse. funds for textbooks and supplies are scarce. teaching assistants have been depleted.
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. coming up a rally for justice and they are concerned and the message they have for the attorney general. >> two presidential candidates are not easing off the campaign trail and tell you how the
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for the white house. >> . here at raleigh, 71 degrees at 7:31, sunday. august 28th. >> and thanks for joining us here on north carolina news. i am beairshelle edme. >> i am justin quesinberry. >> glad you could be with us. now, it is 71. it was 72 earlier. that is not the heat us up across the area. and looking at temperatures cooler than yesterday. it is # one. and raleigh durham international airport and not looking too bad and you can see some of those on the satellite here. the radar is clear and will stay dry through this morning. we have a small chance of a shower or storm moving in. and temperatures across the area in the 60s or 70s and
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rocks and -- roks and the -- rolesville. and -- rocksboromuch a and not as hot as yesterday. >> 86 degrees at lunchtime. 91 degrees is the high. and still above average for this time of year. much cooler than yesterday. few isolated storms into this evening. >> 88 degrees is the temperature threat over the next couple of days. i will have the details coming up. breaking news out of fayetteville. >> two people are dead and they are investigating it is a a double homicide. >> it happened just before five. they responded to the south apartment complex on south wood drive. they found two victims dead from gunshot wounds. >> this is an active investigation and bring you new
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the newsroom. two north carolina families are asking the state attorney general for help. they want justice for they're family members. >> this is outside of roy cooper's office to ask for help in the two days cases: they were shot by a state trooper in march. >> he was found dead in the prison cell last year. her death was ruled a suicide. family members say they have not been given a death certificate. >> i want to get justice for my daughter. >> nothing has has been a year yesterday. and i was waiting for a year. and then since nothing has happened. i am ready to go in another direction. >> we contacted attorney general roy cooper's office for a statement and have not yet heard back. >> ecuvmentd football player is dismissed from the team after he was arrested on a felony. animal cruelty charge. >> they found a dead shih tzu after responding to a
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the animal died after suffering severe trauma. they arrested 21-year-old darius kamishon and he was dismissed from the team following his arrest. >> return now to campaign 2016 where we are actually 71 days away from the 2016 presidential election. >> cbs news shows hillary clinton is gaining ground in ohio. >> meanwhile here in our battlend present a new image to voter. >> top voters say he is back on track after a series of controversies. he is tied with clinton. trump's new campaign manager said they are seeing a more focused candidate. they disagree with the claim. >> this is the best week so far in the trump campaign. >> because he is able to be himself. the authentic donald trump and the pivot he made is on substance.
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>> in terms of raising money. clinton is far ahead raking in a total of $326 million since 2015. and more than twice what trump has brought in. >> he is funds raising in massachusetts and hold nor events monday in california. >> vice-presidential running mate governor pens will -- north carolina will buy equipment to make railways safer. this is update to a story our investigates team has been following fornearly a year. >> they received a federal grant for positive control. and they help reduce collisions. you can find the full story under the investigates tab under wncn.com. kids in southeast raleigh
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year yesterday and lion's park. head coach. nate mcmillan spoke at the back to school and the jam and book pack giveaway and before coaching. mcmillan grew up in the community and pled at nc state. >> i want my message. that i came from a single family home and my mother had six kids and you know, she did the best she could. and you can make it. >> you got to do the right thing. and you have to be willing to work. and you have to be willing to geur do the right thing. some wise words and motivation out there. this is the fourth year. coach mcmillan has headed back to raleigh for the giveaway. >> north carolina wants to see your back to school photos at the bus stop or in the classroom share them using the hashtag wncn on social media. >> kids at two schools are bonded together through one student's plan and generosity. >> just feels good.
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tangible benefit and helping kids somewhere. >> that's all i ever want from the whole project. >> i am glad it is happening. >> that student you just heard from uses his talented teammate it is and doesn't even know at the nativity school. you see them there. >> tonight on the news at six. >> i will tell you how they all benefited from that and they are excited to share the story with you. >> coming up later in the show. >> this is the that is a real title. and yes, it is not justin quesinberry for the winner. >> facebook news headlines will no longer be written by people. we will tell you how the stories will be written and the reason lined the change. >> they are starting off in the 60s and 70s. across the tarheel state and not as hot as yesterday and cooler temperatures in the forecast as we head through the
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which you are you? be the you who doesn't cover your moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. who hugs a friend. who is done with treatments that don't give you clearer skin. be the you who controls your psoriasis with stelara? just 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses. stelara? may lower your ability to fight infections and may increase your risk of infections and cancer. some serious infections require hospitalization. before treatment, get tested for tuberculosis. before starting stelara? tell your doctor if you think you have an infection or have symptoms such as: fever, sweats, chills, muscle aches or cough. always tell your doctor if you have any signs of infection,
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recently received a vaccine. alert your doctor of new or worsening problems, including headaches, seizures, confusion and vision problems these may be signs of a rare, potentially fatal brain condition. some serious allergic reactions can occur. do not take stelara? if you are allergic to stelara? or any of its ingredients. most people using stelara? saw 75% clearer skin and the majority were rated as cleared or minimal at 12 weeks.
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there's something out there. that can be serious, even fatal to infants. t knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a whooping cough vaccination today. .
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river and 100 homes live the mere the trouble spot for flooding and it says the river is already at flood stage. >> so. >> we have been fortunate in our area and not having the seer weather in indiana and here as well. in the tornadoes in the midwest and feeling with the heat. >> it has been an issue for us this summer and we have several extended days and heat advisories and feels like temperatures over 100. and folks in the midwest and heavy rain. now, we are going to see rain across the area in some spots and this morning, waking up to views like this. >> you can see a few clouds out there. and mixture of sunshine and clouds. this is the story throughout the day. >> just a few clouds. and moving through the area. and what we actually experienced and it is at best.
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and little cooler along the border there and this 75 degrees in fayetteville. >> expect temperatures to climb through the 80s into the low 90s this afternoon and up to 75 degrees. and 86 degrees at lunchtime. high temperature around 91. and falling to 88 degrees at 6:00 p.m. and shans of showers and storms after two this after moon. >> what you can expect for the week ahead and cooler weather and that is coming up in the complete to >> some local rural areas are struggling to get the same access as the others in the region. >> how one local library is using their tools to change that. >> superstar barbara streisand is featured on sunday morning.
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. it is 7:45. this is a investigating two shootings that left three people hurt saturday morning. one man was shot three times on house avenue and two people were shot on main street. a few moments later. >> hoe arrests have been made and police do not know the shootings are related and all three victims are expected to be okay. >> they are trying to identify a suspect caught on camera skimming an atm, they saw the womb installing the device and
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removed it before the customer's machine. if you know anything. call police. mike pence will visit the state and he will be in win symptom-salem at the millennium center. libraries in orange county are helping to bridge the divide. libraries like the main branch is called a hot spot twice that connects users to the internet and you can check out the device for three week. free of charge. communities have access and the library staff said they will let them borrow hot spots to connect to the internet. >> streaming. >> there wasn't lags. and having multiple devices looked up to it. no problem at all. >> it department seem to lose system periodically. there is too much traffic on it at one time. >> you can connect up to 20 devices to the hot spot and be
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algorithms are in. >> people will no longer be writing headlines. facebook is changing that over to ago go rhythms and they generate topics and text. >> this is months after facebook was accused of political bias and said freelance writers supported liberal views over conservative ones. they conducted an internal investigation. no evidence of and all employees will go through political bias training. barbara strais sand has a new album on the way. first gained fame and has recorded a collection of broadway standard. >> streisand sat down to talk about that and a lot more with anthony mason for sunday morning. >> it is funny. i used to come on from the other side of the stage, i remember. >> from the wings over there.
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1964. >> does it feel the same. >> i have to have a moment to feel it. >> jewish girls with prominent noses weren't seen as leading lady material. >> but the message of barbra streisand in funny girl, the critic pauline kale would write, talent is beauty. >> i don't necessarily agree. >> you don't. >> no. >> you know you change things. >> i have read about it. >> i couldn't feel the power behind what you are saying. i couldn't feel really. i did that. >> i couldn't feel it. >> for a long time. >> the legends dear barbra streisand and interview with megaryan and a visit to a summer outing for santa clauses this sunday morning on cbs north carolina. that starts at 9. show you this video here.
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here and storm is moving through here and what a sight moving the clouds so quickly and time lapse and to have all of that moving above the skyline in the city there. >> rain was reported across the area yesterday. and there is a potential for more flooding and tropical downpours in the coming weeks. >> we saw some downpours yesterday. short-lived, however. >> very short-lived. >> it is 20 minute downpour and after it ended, the water and i am thankful for that, too. and grass doesn't do too well in the hot temperatures. >> we have had plenty of temperatures and more heat heading the way for couple of days outside this morning. visibility was restricted a little bit due to fog that started to roll in and this is from shaw university showing the raleigh skyline. visibility is 2 miles and down to under a quarter of a mile
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and three politicals in roanoke rapids and watch for fog out there this morning. we will see it lifting pretty quickly over the next hour or so here. >> it is # 2 degrees in raleigh and 70 in durham and in roxboro and in rocky mount and goldsboro and 75 degrees in fayetteville. >> temperatures will be climbing into the low 90s. we are looking at a high of 91 degrees. we head through the afternoon. our threat for showers and storms picks up a bit. 20e% chance this evening. >> that is just a small chance of an isolated shower or storm. advice similar conditions to what we did see across the area yesterday. >> dewpoint is lower than yesterday. >> 72 yesterday afternoon. dewpoint temperature is 68. that puts us in the muggy category and we dropped a category on the comfort index scale. >> it will be warm and humid and not as uncomfortable during the day yesterday. >> this is up to the north here
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system nears us. that is a chance of an isolated storm again. and these will move in a direction we don't typically see. >> east to west throughout the day. we will watch those closely. small chance of a pop up shower or storm today. then tomorrow and tuesday. >> that coastal will happening out here and small storm chance and closer you are to the coast and better thanks of seeing wet weather for the start of the week. >> by wednesday, it starts to pull out to the northeast and we cold front pushes into the area. few storms possible wednesday and the front won't cross the area until thursday. >> things are getting active in the tropics here. >> we are still watching the tropical wave in the caribbean and we have a 60% chance now of the continuing to develop and form into a tropical system as it continues the westerly trek into the gulf of mexico. >> compared to the caribbean and atlantic ocean.
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warm and fuel the intensification of the storm there. >> this is gaston over the atlantic and restrengthen into a hurricane last height and still a hurricane this morning. it will stay out at sea and not an issue for any land masses. it is in the pacific and we have tropical storm mad line and we don't talk about the specific storm as they really impact land masses and however, the system is going to impact hawaii and it will actually be making landfall in the thursday morning here and this is a strong tropical storm and definitely something worth watching here over the next couple of days. >> as frars a the forecast back home. it is cooler than yesterday. >> isolated storm possible. >> 91 degrees at for brag and fayetteville and also in dunn and littlington today and 90 in goldsboro and 90 this afternoon
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raleigh. very similar conditions to today. >> temperatures around 90. small chance of an afternoon shower or storm. >> tuesday is mostly dry for us. >> maybe an isolated storm. >> points to the east. we are on repeat. >> 90 degrees. >> shower or storm possible. but the best chance holds off until thursday. that's when the next cold front arrives. it is not only going to bring the best chance for rain and behind it. we have cooler a saturday. >> 86 degrees for friday and high on saturday. with temperatures overnight in the mid-and upper 60s. so a cool down coming our way finally. lots of kids back to school tomorrow. >> forecast in the morning right around 70 degrees. >> not too bad. >> good for them. >> all right. >> time now is 7:53. the new pop unrest trant is testing a new concept in our area. we will tell you what is so
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come on... dogs just won't quit. neither does new frontline gold. its triple action formula is relentless at killing fleas and ticks for a full 30 days. good boy! go for the gold. which you are you? be the you who doesn't cover your moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. who hugs a friend. who is done with treatments that don't give you clearer skin. be the you who controls your psoriasis with stelara? just 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses. stelara? may lower your ability to fight infections and may increase your risk of infections and cancer. some serious infections require hospitalization. before treatment, get tested for tuberculosis. before starting stelara? tell your doctor if you think you have an infection or have symptoms such as: fever, sweats, chills, muscle aches or cough. always tell your doctor if you have any signs of infection,
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street in the district. >> pet wash 24. and and veteran and business owner wants to. use his art to bring back the good memories, the veterans have. >> what i really like. >> they come up and see the work i am doing. >> they will see a unit patch that they were in. and all of a sudden, there is a connection of, oh, wow, i haven't seen this in ar in their eyes and that to me. >> makes the hard work so much more meaningful. the money raised from the festival will go to three different military organization tion. >> cafe in the triangle is trying out a new concept to pay for what they can afford there at the restaurants. >> place at the table will be raleigh's first pay what you can cafe and there are five
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including someone else's and it is to raise money and awareness for the restaurants. >> 80% of people are i paying the suggestioned donation and 20% are paying a little bit less or by volunteering for a meal. it balances out. >> a place at the table is finding a permanent location in downtown raleigh and we will continue to do pop each month. > >> well, check this out. and the fourth time was a charm for american matt bushes at the air guitar championships. that is a real thing. after three years of second place finishes he won friday night and said it was extra special win. >> this is a olympic year and to bring the gold back to my country back this year. it is really special.
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a whooping cough vaccination today. . i think that is detrimental and especially young people and it is a stand someone would take eventually and i am glad it was people from my school. >> unc students are weighing in on a house bill two law. we will hear reaction identifying a crook attempting to steal money and what they are saying about the discovery of a skimming device at a bank. >> and this is the cases. first, we will get you outside right now. this is a shot of atlantic beach and giving you a nice look there. >> slow zoom. >> look at that. >> ha a nice way to start the day.

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