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thks for joining us. i'm sean money. >> i'm sharon tazewell. we continue to follow breaking news out of durham. two people were shot. one of the shootings was on north maple. >> reporter: we're at the 2300 block of north taylor. behind me is an active scene. police are confirming they're investigating following these confirmed whether or not this is in connection with a suspect or suspects from those two other shootings. now the first shooting took place just after 3 on maple street. a man and woman were shot. they were rushed to the hospital and they are calling their injuries not life- threatening. then 10 minutes later another one. this one happened on harvard
hospital and is expected to survive. police are telling us the two shootings are connected but at this point they have not made any arrests that would suggest that the suspect or suspects remain at large. we'll be t here gathering more information. i'm amy cutler, cbs north carolina. different counties, different early voting rules. the state board of steve? >> reporter: over and over again the issue over sunday voting came up. now a lot of counties don't want it because they said we have 17 days of early voting instead of 10, but others say the sunday voting is or for minority participation. the board unanimously approved
very very but no sunday voting. >> i am aware of the stats and will not support it mels the board tells me. so your position is -- >> are respective of what the law requires you to consider, you as an individual will never support sunday voting. should i infer that is. >> if you as a board ll support sunday voting. if left up to me, i will not. >> what's the basis? >> we have extended sites. we have extended hours. we have 17 days to vote. >> reporter: but the state board approved the democrat pick plan which allows four hours of sunday voting. >> we'd like to call your attention to the data on 2012,
highest for sunday voter turnout it. did show we overwhelmingly received the support of the community and they adopted that sunday. the community voters are asking again that we please consider sunday voting again this time. >> reporter: now the board is working on approving those plans since early this morning and we're told they until 8, perhaps 9:00 tonight before they wrap up. in the meantime those who challenge the original voter i.d. laws said if necessary they will go back to court because they mayed up challenging them. i'm steve sbraccia. hillary clinton zeroed in on the controversy surrounding
no time criticizing gop lawmakers. >> north carolina under the current everybody and legislature has been trying to restrict people's right to vote. >> reporter: that wasn't all democratic presidential follow me hillary clinton had to say about the now overturned voter i.d. law in north carolina. >> these laws are a blast from the jim crow past d they have no place in 21st century america. >> reporter: national director for political engagement if the expanded number of early voting days could impact. >> the more people have access to voting, the better. we think that's good for all voters. >> reporter: clinton also expressed more concern with her republican opponent donald trump and the comments he made that america's generals have
suggested -- rubble. >> he suggested he would fire them all. everything is like a game. it's like he's living in his own celebrity reality tv program. this is real people. these are real decisions that have to be made. >> reporter: we asked clinton's supporters. >> i'm looking for someone who's knowledgeable i think she has shown that. >> reporter: she will attend a fund-raiser before flying to kansas city. in charlotte, beau minnick, cbs north carolina. clinton's rifle donald trump is -- rival donald trump is headed to the state monday. >> you can see stay on -- can stay on top of all things
as we get ready to put wraps on the shortened workweek, we're not ready to put the wraps on the heat. no showers to cool us off but unlike we've had the past several months, the humidity is not critically oppressive. no triple digit heat index temperatures but hot this high pressure. it's not going to be here forever. we still have our eyes on this cold front. it will be here later this weekend changing our weather. i don't know if you like this. boy 7:00, 88. 2 -- 82 at 9. upper 70s at mid- night. a lot of football, high school
will be like. we're learning more about the kenly police officer charged with involuntary manslaughter in the tasing death of a smithfield man. we know that's impacting other criminal cases in johnston county. carleigh griffeth was in the courtroom today and has the details. >> reporter: the psecution said the investigation into the involuntary manslaughter charges revealed information about santifort that who possibly discredit him as a witness. the district attorney'fi pending cases santifort had charged as a kenly police officer, which amounts to 27 charges. d.a. susan doyle said in court today she didn't think it would be ethical to call him to testify. >> i think in a trial that the employment records would
credibility. >> reporter: santifort's lawyer, however, defended his clean the's reputation saying he had been with the department for six years and had just received a promotion. we also learned that santifort is from wayne county and his father is a former goldsboro police officer. still, the prosecution believes back in march santifort unnecessarily tased alex thompson four times and for longer protocol. thompson died in the hospital three days later. the prosecution tried to get a stricter bond but the judge allowed him to walk out of the courthouse on a $20,000 unsecured bond. in less than an hour more than two dozen hoa's will be meeting with garner police. garner police said they started investigating about a month
came forward. they said upwards of a million dollars may be missing. they understand many are frustrated. that's why they said this was important to hold this meeting. >> obviously, the biggest question for most of them is how clan we get our money back. >> the hoa, district attorney, and civil attorneys will be there. we'll have more on t months after surgery, cbs north carolina catches up with a man who received the state's
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the state's first hand transplant is getting use of it. he lost his hand as fast forward, duke peferred the first surgery of that kind. since then chavez has been attending therapy every day for four hours. as of now he does not have full feeling but through his interpreter, he said the procedure has been life changing. >> it's amazing everything that i do. i don't know if this is the
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breaking news we've been tracking. you're looking live at the scene on taylor street in durham. right now a police investigation is underway, this after three people were hit by gunfire
at two different locations in the city. at 3:00 this afternoon two were hit on north maple street. minutes later a person shot on harbor avenue. police said they're following leads about a potential
overdose drugs. the deputies are carrying narcan nasal spray while on duty. that includes the school's resource officers. the counties narcotic's division captain said schools must be ready to respond if something happens nearby. >> they're still not off duty per se but they're clos smartest thing. >> a spokesperson for lee county school said she's glad the sheriff's office is being prepared. others are adding it to their tool boxes. and the highway patrol and state dot honor a fallen trooper with the dedication of a bridge in nash county today. the trooper was hit and killed on u.s. 64 while trying to lay
speed chase on september 8th, 2012 and four years to the date of his death, the bridge is named in his honor. the widow said it speaks to his character. >> all around great person, would do anything in the world for you. great father, great husband and as you can see from the turnout, an awesome friend. >> he also worked with the office and served in the marine corpse-- corps. >> you're taking a live look at the memorial service at rogers and breece. mike mansfield was beaten to death outside a fayetteville bar. after battling drugs and homelessness mansfield opened
tonight. there's a celebration at 1:00 at feat feapt community church and a motorcycle procession at 10. hunger awareness month. 400 employees worked to pack hundreds of meals at the raleigh nonprofit. yesterday they -- last year they packed 25,000 meals. this if you want to help stop hunger now the organization says it always has a need for volunteers and donations. i'm in the weather center with chief meteorologist wes hohenstein. >> i think about now given the heat we would like the rain and cloud cover to cool us off. nothing in the rear view mirror or looking ahead.
north carolina of course, with the dry weather comes the heat. boy, are we cooking. we're about 10 degrees above normal. the normal is 85. we were in the mid-90s. many of us in the low 90s. 93 in fayetteville. 92 up in approximate broa. as we head into tonight we'll keep it warm. 84 degrees. 80 at 10. plano we continue hour by hour we'll kee 70s. friday morning as you head out the door, temperatures out 70 degrees. now there is some good news with the heat. at least it's not coming with overly oppresssive humidity. the dew point was in the 50s and has since jumped to the upper 60s. at least it's not in the 70s and we don't expect it to go there. high pressure will stay in
sunny, generally dry. we finally start to see some changes on sunday. that area of high pressure moves away. that allows our cold front to move. now it mr. not get here until sunday night which means all day. we're ahead of the cold front and warm and muggy. then we expect a few showers and we don't expect this huge severe weather outbreak but a little dry. we'll welcome in cooler temperatures with lower humidity, although because the front will hang close by, we'll keep a few showers in the forecast on monday. as we alluded to, there's not a well lot going on in the tropics but there's two things the national hurricane center is keeping an eye on. this cluster has a 20% chance of developing. and this cluster off the coast
development. that wouldn't happen for several days. so nothing imminent but a few things that's keeping us busy. in the meantime this will be hot. yes, it's friday. 94 in raleigh. 93 in durham. 96 in fayetteville. if you've got plans to play or atend some of the high school football games, kickoff temperatures about 90 degrees getting into e the mid-80s. if you're holding off for college football, the game kicks off saturday at 3:30. 91 kickoff temperatures, only cooling off to the upper 80s by the time that game is over in durham. tomorrow we're up to 94. that will be the hottest day the rest of the seven-day. sunday night we've got that 20% chance of rain and the cold
80s next week for daytime highs and overnight lows in the 60s. as i mentioned it is football season and grown men will assemble. >> for the panthers, like you said, west -- wes, today is game day. it's time to kick whoever the 2016 season. for the team they have a few reasons not to be happy about tonight's matchup. they'll tell us why. plus, high school football is just around the corner game of the week involves one
first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan. today is the day all panther fans have been waiting for. the regular season kicks off in two hours. that means carolina will have lap chance to -- a chance to
both thepanthers and the broncos have had seven days off while the other 30 teams will have at least 10 days off. if you ask head coach ron rivera, that problem is only the tip of the iceburg. >> if i had my droughters, i would like to start the season different. first, it's thursday and you only have a week and it being defending the champs. it would be nice to open at home but it didn't work that way. >> game day is here. they will kick things off in denver at 8:30. our game of the week wakefield versus southern durham. they were nearly unstoppable but this year they stumbled out
first three games. they look to turn things around tomorrow night in one of their nonconference matchups. >> you have to take them through tests and then you get in the playoffs and you understand you had to respond. you understand how to fight through that. >> we'll have highlights and rye action -- reaction tomorrow night on the blitz. the other quarterback.
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