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what e reveal. come here,ve got ice cream and candy. >> a north carolina city is on edge, after a man in a clown costume tried to ignore them into the woods. >>donald trump headed to the tar heel state where he is speaking, and where hillary clinton will make he stop, this week, north carolina. >> thank you for watching cbs north carolina, it is 5:30 a.m. ood moing,thank you for tuning you got your morning news check on traffic, we also have your forecast meteorologist, kristetcasthat. off to a quiet start to r day outside, lot of people go back to work and school. the forecast looking pretty nice here. a live look at the raleigh skyline. temperatures are feeling pretty good here, we've got nothing to
no clouds popping up on the satellite this morning. the shower setting u the east, they are going to do just that. they will stay off to the east today. temperatures not quite as cool as many of us woke up to yesterday. 63aleigh, 66 durham, a comfortable 67 degrees in fayetteville. thanks to the system ogh pressure that began building and this weekend. we can expect hotter conditions with a high temperature today up to about 90 degrees, low humidity this afternoon a day. i let you know how long the sunny skies are sticking ar a week. now overyo moing drive. most of you are heading in for your second week of scho, roads it looked pretty good if that what -- is it what you are about do. overnight construction, capital boulevard at peace street and wade avenuebridge replacement projects so overnight expect some closures. heading through durham no accidents to report to you
slowing you down and fayetteville taking 95, the local adheading toward fort bragg you should get to work on time. raleigh 542 downtown taking us one, 16 minutes on 70 between 540 and downtown about 11 minutes there. i 85 and us 70, as you casee, very quiet start. get out there now. "breaking news", fefights and fayetteville say they have discovered one person dead inside of a burninhome a flames tore through the house on mcneil circle around 1 a.m. that area is n the fayetteville area technical community college. justin quesinberry has been on the story all morning long. any survivors? >>reporter:we know that there
some smoke inhalation. at this point we do not know exactly how many peoe were inside. we do know three dogs were found inside the house dead, along with one person, as you mentioned at the top of this newscast. one person dead inside this f ire. firefighters responding afr 1 o'clock on mcneil circle. firefighters arrived, finding the remains of oerson inside. another person, as i mentioned, treated on the scene. three dogs dead inside. the fire is out, at this point. firefighters, as you see remain on the hotspots that might pop up. ere is significant damage to the house. the investigation is s going on. they anticipate that they will remain on the scene through at least the lunchtime hour today. we will be here and bring you updates throughout the morning as we did rom the firefighters on same. live in fayetteville, justin
special rces killed three gunmen who stormed into a ildingl. the building houses the eight organization care international. a suicide bomber struck ne the building oe n man entered it. the tack happened a day after twin attack bombings tha killed people and wounded 90 others. president obama began historic visit to the country. the obama administrati is committing $90 million to help clean up the unexploded the us dropped on the country during the vietnam war. the esident was supposed to meet with the philippine president, but the white house abruptly called it off after the leader publicly insulted the commander in chief. early this morning, the ilippine president said he regrets saying that. this week is a busy one in north carolina when it comes to campaign 2016. former president bill clinton will campaign for his wife and durham. democraticice presidential
wilmington and chapel hill. donald trump will be in greenville, has democratic rival, hillary clinton will campaign in charlotte, on thursday. we will have team coverage of all of the events on wncn.com and also during our evening newscasts. e naacp heads to harnett county, they will hold a vigil and they are calling it, praying for justice, the vigil will focus on three ntroversial cases including the death of john livingston. he was the man shoand killed by deputy nicholas last that death has been ruled a homicide. the deputy was never charged, but he did resign. we are learning more about what led to the 10 -- to the death of 18 and a local community pool. 17-year-old rachel was a lifeguard at the pool. this happen in wake county near north raleigh. autopsy results a the pool had an electric charge and she may have been knocked unconscious. >> she must have gone in when she got here, to clean up after
lightning and the electricity hadn't fully dissipated. >> her family and friends are too distraught to go on camera. her friends now going on facebook saying, this is so heartbreaking, may she rest in paradise. another, rachel was an amazing member and an amazing person. a man is expected in a wake county courtroom today accused of a murder last month in raleigh. anderson was found shot to death in the back yard of a home on fishertr 18. sunday authorities arrested jeffrey reynoso and charged with murder. they did speak with anderson's family who say they believe more people were involved in the crime. reynoso is being held without a bond. now to an update on storm system hermine. at least three people are dead, their deaths are associated with the storm, as it moved along the east coast. new york city officials have extended beach closures there
hermine is expected to begin weakening but could continue to impact areas from north to new jersey to southern new england with pounding waves, coastal flooding and beach erosion before it moves out to sea. breaking overnight, the highway patrol announced troopers investigated nine deadly crashes across the state, during the labor day holiday period. one person was killed in anklinounty, another in nash county. the holiday weekend began at 6 o'clock friday night and ended at midnight on monday. last year, troopers investigated 10 deadly crashes. raleigh firefighters and police officers are set to protest during today's city council meeting. they are upset with their pay. they have been pushing for raises, saying tir current salaries are not enough to live on. councils approved a 5% rai earlier this summer, but police and firefighters say they pushed for 7%. it is what our parents warned us about, and what we warn our own children about.
there's something out there. that can be seriou even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough, and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a whooping cough vaccination today. newspapers say it's time pat mccrory and republicans in raleigh 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 wo funds for textbooks and supplies are scarce. teaching assistants have been depleted.
it is that time of year where we may have these days that are quite warm,
but you can still feel a little bit of fall in the air when you get up early in the morning. >> especially on mornings like this morning where temperatures are in the low 60s across the area. it feels very nice out there. heres a live picture from our tower camera in north raleigh
are off to a quiet start for our tuesday here. back to work and school for a lot of folks around the area. looking good as we hathrough this afternoon. no satellite or radar issues popping up here. thin will stay that way throughout the day what is left of her mean is sitting off a short here. not to be an issue for us. we can expect dry conditions to continue through most of this week ahead. a little bit of ha waking up to temperatures in the upper 50s. we can expect sunny skies, a dry and hotter day today across the area next to the system of high pressure. temperatures today around 90 this afternoon. 64degrees at eight, 83 by your lunch hour, 90 hour high today, falling 287 by 6 p.m. even hotter weather in the forecast for the week ahead, i will have an update of what to expect coming up.
before he finally moved out to sea. former president bill clinton will campaign for his wife and durham, and tim kaine will be in wilmington and chapel hill, and republican presidential nominee, donald trump will be in greenville, north carolina. his democratic rival hillary clinton will campaign in charlotte this coming thursday. he will continue with all of these events on wncn.com, and on our evening 2 man accused of beating and killing a man in fayetteville are due in court today. hubert underwood and stephen rosser are charged with first- degree murder. the victim, mike mansfield and the 2 men were at 301 wings after midnight on sunday. when they left, they began fighting in a parking lot. mansfield was beaten and suffered serious injuries - ellipsis left their unconscious. he was pronounced dead at a hospital. more than 200 people
mansfield hired people who had once been arrested and had trouble finding work. mansfield devoted his life to god, and wanted to tell everyone -- to help everyone he could. >> 17 years ago, mike would tell you, that he was a drug dealer, at one time. on the streets, selling drugs, doing drugs, he said he was his best customer. >> homeless people, in the area, also had meals unattended prayer services behind mansfield's carwash every week. kids in winston, salem, say a man in a clown costume try to lure them into the woods. is comes after kids in south carolina say a similar thing happen to them. here is what police are doing to capture whoever is responsible. >> he kept on saying scary stuff to us. >>reporter: 5-year-old kendra
hearing strange noises from across the street. >> we heard [inaudible] >>reporter:her friends walks closer to the wooded area where the noise was coming from. she says, that is when they spotted him. a man, dressed in a clown suit. trying to lure them into the woods. >> he said come here, i've got ice cream and candy. >>reporter:smith ran home to her grandmother who called the police. >> they woke up still >>reporter:police still say this was not the only report. another reported clown siding about 4 hours later, in the same neighborhood. >> canvassing neighborhoods, speaking with anyone who is out, or saw anything. >>reporter:smith says until this man is found, she will keep a closer eye on her grandchildren. >> i did not want them going anywhere, without me.
who has any information to please come forward. authorities in connecticut discovered a marijuana rowing operation in a home daycare. they pulled 600 marijuana plants from behind a fence. street value of more than $1 million. several people were taken into custody. >> fact that have been so much worse. -- things could have been so
carolina. most of the wet weather will stay off shore, that is all thanks to what was once tropical storm hermine. 63 raleigh, 66 durham, 67 faeville all of these temperatures in the 60s will climb to near 90 this afternoon. after a comfortable start it does get warm later 87 degrees at 2 o'clock, our high temperate at 90 at 4 p.m. we will start feeling that mugginess returning by tomorrow, but mostly into our day on thursday. at least for today and tomorrow, we are sunny and hot, but not too humid here is this area of high pressure continues to build into the region here. it is going to stay put for a couple of days but then gradually shift offshore a bit, we have hot conditions for
by sunday, that high slides further offshore, that makes room for our next colton to arrive. the small chance of rain, but until then we are dry. dry weather in the forecast through the start of this upcoming weekend. hermine is still a post- tropical cyclone, 65-mile per hour to 75 miles per hour. it is sitting south of the massachusetts, rhode island, connecticut area here. it will make a very close brush with landfall herethrohout our day today and into tomorrow. something we will keep a close eye on before it starts to fizzle out ando longer becomes an issue for folks in 92 in fort bragg and fayetteville today. 92 raeford, 91 degrees in sanford, 91 also in smithfield and benson. 90 in wilson and rocky mount,
moow we heat up to 92, a little bit warmer, we are still starting the morning off in the 60s. 94degrees on trsy,92 friday and saturday. a few re clouds by the start of the weekend. a chance of a few showers nday as
our next cold front moves in. showers d storms a lingering as well. temperatures back in 80s. let'turn things over to ally who who has a look at your traffic. traveled through the raleigh area looks good on 540,
fayetteville all green
on the traffic maps which means no delays if you are heading toward the fort bragg area. heading south into reigh o us one from 5402 owntow about 12 minutes. outside 440 at athens drive, not too many headlights just out there at 5:52 this morning. >> we like to see smooth sailing out there. and oceanfront home in rhode island is up in flames. look at those flames. what made the fire even more difficult for crews there. here is a look at what is coming up later on cbs this morning. coming up, oprah has a big announcement about her next
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strong winds are making it ha for crews in rhode island to put out a fire in a multi- million-dollar home there. flames that tore through that home late last night, according to online tax rerdis house belongs to a minor-league baseball team owner that died more than a year ago. and 17 cuban migrants are safe this morning after aters found them stranded off the coast of miami. they got stuck at sea a week ter their motor broke down. the boaters who found the group gave them food and ater in called the coast guard. th >> when they realize we are going to get picked up, hey, can you call, so he gave me 2 relatives, from here, r me to call, then hey, one of them, and i still get goosebumps, can you call my wife, in cuba, let her ow that i am alive. >> the american said the migrants begged to get on the boat and get taken to us soil. they just had toe themsome food, and water and wait until
chevche s tucked into a rehab facility, in minnesota, for treatment for anohol problem. chase put says he needs what she calls a tuneup, and his recovery. he is 72 years old has struggled with substance abuse during hisareer. he checked into the betty ford clinic in the 80s for treatment for ddicti to prescription painkillers. we are certainly hoping that he gets better soon. the controversy all moved by 49ers color -- quarterback, colin kaepernick did not seems to hava positive impact for his bank account. his jerseys are fg off the shelves now. a sports store in san jose moved to several unsold jerseys from the background to the sales floor because it is suddenly hot again. they are still half off price. his jersey jumped six places to become the top seller there. >> meanwhile, president obama weighed in on the controversy.
>> the meeting that that hold for our men and women, in uniform, and those who fought for us, you know, that is a tough thi for them to get t. >> colin kaepernick says it is not an anti- american gesture to way to bring attention to racial injustice. other players are now i beginning to join colin kaepernick's quest. also, us soccer starmegan rapinoe, took a knee before the of her match, and a lot of people are talking about it still. >> it is a big talker. still ahead, we are continuing to follow "breaking news" in fayetteville. that is a live picture you are looking at where firefighters are investigating after discovering a person dead, inside a home. we have a crew at the scene. we will have live reports throughout the morning.
"breaking news" and fayetteville, one rsonre. we are live there as firefighter search for answers. lawmakers return back to work today, what is on top of the priority list ahead 4 year since a murder shocked a local college campus. friends and family find a new way to remember the victim. good morning, thank you for watching cbs north carolina. it is a.m. >> we have kristen ketchell in for alyssa, you are letting know what is happening out there before people had out. >> a cooler start of the morning, not feeling too bad out there.