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right now, break overnight, north korea announced it conducted another nuclear test. and nearly 3,000 people died during the 9/11 attacks. how you we've got a look at the final seconds that ended with a loss. >> mmm, ah, people waking up -- >> not so happy. >> maybe not waking up, saying, you know what? another day. thank you for watching north carolina news. i'm justin quesinberry, in for russ bowen. >> good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm stefan chase. first, let's find out about the forecast.
>> how about another hot day? mid-90s yesterday. we'll be there today. lower 70s, satellite picture cooperating if you don't mind the sunshine, hot sky, 95 raleigh and durham and 96 in fayetteville. we have some relief coming. you have to be patient -- what do patience is a virtue. we'll have more soon. >> thanks, bill. north korea announced it conducted a higher level nuclear warhead explosion. >> it's the second in eight months. south korea's president said it's an act of fanatic recklessness. someone shot a ninth grade student right in the head outside a school in salt lake
squealing tires and a shot. there is no word if police have made any arrests. in texas, a 14-year-old shot a female classmate before turning the gun and shooting herself. the victim is expected to survive. the family of the girl who brought the gun to school had just moved to that area six month ago. today is the first day the board of election will mail absentee ballots. beairshelle edme will break down what you need to know. >> reporter: good morning. yesterday we were trying to hammer out details of the schedule and less than 24 hours later, ballots are being mailed to thousand of voters. that means you're voting by mail and making your selection, sending to the post office and sending it back to the state board of elections but there are requirements about who can
walk you through that. the first requirement is that you are resident and register to vote here and the option is available to all voters. you see it with military members overseas or based elsewhere around the country or college kids who won't be home for election day but could be used for someone on vacation noveer can't easily get to the polls. the first step for any of those people is requesting the absentee ballot where you can provide i.d. like a license, social security number. once you have completed the form, you mail it out and in several days or internationally, several weeks, you will get it back.
by november 1. we will have all the information on wncn.com. beairshelle edme, cbs north carolina. >> thank you. the board of elections voted on 33 voting plans for 12 hours yesterday. 33 counties did not come to a unanimous decision and had to present plans. the focus for a lot included sunday hours, extra voting hour, and additional location. several counties were against options but wake county will have eight additional locatings for the first week of early voting. >> i'm really not shock. i'm obviously excited and joyous for voters. i think what we asked for will make sense.
location. two men are accused of killing mike mansfield. a verbal altercation between mansfield and the men began on sunday morning before spilling outside. police said the attack was caught on surveillance video but don't plan to release that yet. the funeral starts at 1:00 at fayetteville community church. today, several events will take place to mark 15 year since the september 11 at paramedics and off the officers will join first responders in climbing 78 flights of stairs. it's to honor 403 first responders who tied. the 78 floors represent the highest they reached before the south tower collapsed. the run begins around 9:30 this morning. unc will hold a stair run
attack. six were unc alumni. they will climb 2076 step, the same steps in same of the world trade center towers. it will start at 6:00 at the memorial stadium. the airborne corps will hold a ceremony at fort bragg. members will honor the victims with a wreath laying, gun salute, and music a ceremony will begin at spring lake middle school on spring avenue with a slide show and also two teachers who were in new york the day of the terrorist attack will be speaking. you can head to wncn.com for a full list of local 9/11 remembrances today through sunday. the information can be found on the right hand side of the home page. new this morning, the first
rematch of super bowl 50 turned to be a thriller. funneau missed the field goal. broncos won 21-20. the defense shut down hue- powered quarterback cam newton by sacking him three time. not the news you want to wake up there if you're a panthers fan. nothing too bad to let you know about if you're heading on 40 this morning. we told you this yesterday ut it's closed until monday morning for a project so the tears are carryy town and durham freeway, up north, no issue. through fayetteville, roads look good but people will head to the cumberland county fair, crown coliseum. park east lots.
no delays if you have made it to the airport. >> we appreciate it. thanks a lot. the time on your friday morning, 4:38. three people are recovering after being shot in two separate shootings we talked to police and find out what they had to say about the investigation. conflicting reports about what happened the night a kenly
building. the victims are expected to survive. we called the watch commander and told us officers are still investigating and following up on leads but there is still no word on any arrests. if you have information, call police. what weaver got for you today is another hot day. we're finishing up very hot, 72 raleigh, 73 fayetteville, 72 rocky mount so sylar city, mid-60s. it's about as cool as we will get, may drop a degree or so. we have 72 at 6:00 but 71 at 7:00, sunrise at 6:53, 73 at 8:00, 76 at 9:00, nearly calm this morning. you can see skies mostly clear here and we're looking for high, thin cirrus clouds through the 9:00 hour.
high 95 degrees -- oh, my. 92 on saturday. not quite as hot sunday because of the cold front with a couple chances and looks like better chance of one thundershower or thunderstorm in the evening before we cool down next week and we'll show you the seven day in a few minutes. >> thanks, bill. 4:42 now. still ahead, an update on the $1 million in missing money. plus what the first hand
also the 2016 candidates are sharpening their verbal attacks. hillary clinton labeled donald trump a gift for i.s.i.s. and criticized his praise for the russian president. trump is standing by his remarks and called the democratic nominee trigger happy for voting to go to war in iraq. consumers and agencies will receive money after bank of america opened consumer accounts without authorization. thousand of employees were fired. a kenly police officer set to head back to court charged with involuntary manslaughter. investigators said he unlawfully used a taser on alex thompson after that chase. he later died. the police department said
follow orders, but the district attorney revealed they have two credible witnesses. >> they say he turned and put both of his hands up. they said he never got out of the truck and he never put his feet down on the ground. >> the officer was released on $20,000 unsecured bond. former charlotte mayor patrick cannon is expect be released from federal prison last week. he's been in custody in west virginia since november 2014 after being convicted of bribery charge. he resigned four months after he took office. can common will also continue to serve probation and pay off the fine. virginia's former governor will not face a second trial. bob mcdonald was convicted in 2014 and spent two years in
receiving gifts, money, and loan from a business owner in exchange for official acts. the supreme court threw out the conviction but noted the actions were "distasteful." more than two dozen hoas targeted and is million dollars missing. we have been following this story for weeks. amy cutler has the officer's message for concerned groups. i live. that's the purpose of buying the home. >> reporter: that's why she became a member of the homeowners association. she, like many, had the right intention, volunteering to help their community, but police said cornerstone community management took advantage of that. >> 28 homeowners associations identified as victim, close to is million dollars in losses. >> reporter: hoas entrusted
properties. a month ago, police tell us several came forward, reporting money missing from their accounts. >> we understand this has had a huge impact on them. >> reporter: wake county district attorney freeman, along with a representative from the state attorney general's office, police, and private attorneys, attending the meeting, telling hoas the investigation would take time and their focus should be on moving forward. do you think they will get their money back? >> i think it's very the process. we're lucky to know a good form have insurance policies. >> our yards are getting high. we don't have insurance policies. if there's a situation, how will we take care of that? >> amy cutler reporting. police have not made any arrests or filed charges. they said that will take time. the state's first hand transplant recipient is
rene chavez underwent a hand transplant at duke and has had not complications. he does not have full feeling but through an interpreter said the procedure is life changing. >> "it's gotten everything to do with my hand -- i mean, little by little, slowly, but i am discovering everything i can do with my hand." >> he is being able to return a 58-year-old grandson so we have been working on how he can play with his son. >> he has received calls from people interested in future transplant. >> he's so appreciative. >> so true.
it was nice to have 80s before and then the rain and all of a sudden the heat came and now it's in full force again. it is september, right? >> you would think so. that's what the calendar says. rays of sunshine. >> nine. >> sunny skies for the most part. humidity levels will and muggier and steamy as dew points will go in the 70s and uncomfortable even though it will be cooler sunday than today and will be hot and humid. 73. 89 at noon, 92 in the afternoon, mainly sunny skies or mostly sunny, a few clouds on sunday and raise that to 30% chance after 4:00, depending on
shower or storm. otherwise we'll fall into the 80s next week, which is good news. skies are clear here with temperatures generally in the 70s with 66 roxboro and sylar city, 73 fayetteville. lots of sun and heat today, 81 at 10:00, 90 at noon, 94 at 4:00, close to the high of 95. heat index similar to yesterday and at 8:00, 84. hot day today. i have 95 is an hurst and fort bragg and fayetteville. 95 smithfield and 95 cary and raleigh and durham, 94 henderson. the frontal system has developed north of us but sliding east. there's the high with the sunshine today.
quite warp and dry, mostly sunny skies tomorrow and what we'll see as we head into sunday is we will see partly sunny skies develop and this front will come our way, a little front will develop so better chance in the evening so with the low -- it disappearedded there -- a shower 92 on saturday, storm chance late sunday, 84 monday, and tuesday is not bad, 85. another front wednesday -- we heat up to 88 and next thursday will be part sunny. >> is that chilly right here? >> no. we have hot weather and a lot of great events that could cause traffic delays. the hopscotch festival going on, fayetteville closed between
earn i-40 west, we have the exit ramp closed off for road work, cary town and and lake wheeler are alternates. 85, 40, durham moving well and fayetteville, so far so good but another thing going on, the cumberland coun because of the north lot being packed. you don't want to wait for delays. will >> >> thank you, ali. 4:53. a major rescue underway in the french alps. why people had to stay in a cable car and what they were given before crews could roach them. >> here's what is coming up.
when a cable car stalled yesterday in after cables became tangled in high winds. half had to wait until this morning. the stranded tourists received survival blankets, water. it was not safe for helicopters because of the darkness and rough flight conditions. the stand up to cancer telethon will air on cbs carolina. celion dion and dirks bentley will perform tonight. more than $370 million has been pledged for research. raleigh's seventh annual hopscotch festival underway. you can expect to see more traffic downtown as a result.
perform. "in god we trust" signs and decals have been approved. it won't cost a dime. harnett county approved having the decals placed on county buildings. independent lane decided to add the signs on cars in rash of the killings. the golf club in sanford is currently an appraisal company is taking online bids. it was designed by the protege of donald dross, who designed pinehurst number 2 course. the value is just over $1.9 million. >> 4:57 right now. still ahead -- north korea conducted its fifth and largest test. >> how world leaders are
>> it's important these companies play by the rule, basically. wells fargo is facing a $185 million fine for cheating nearly 1 million customers. we'll tell you what it could mean for you. >> and also breaking -- north korea said it conducted its fifth nuclear test and is capable of putting nuclear warheads on ballistic missiles. i'm hena daniels with more on the test and how world leaders are reacting. plus hear the -- >> time to put country over party. i would be saying that even if i were not running against him. >> hear the harsh words hillary clinton had for donald trump when she visited charlotte. >> you made it.