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losing ncaa tournament games could be the tip of the iceberg. >> north carolina cons to deal with negative effects of house bill 2. how people are reacting to the cha >> it's difficult because we're so close. how people in shelby are honoring a fallen officer. days after two shootings in durham, police i.d. a suspect. who authorities want your help finding. >> good morning and thanks for watching north carolina news. i'm beer beairshelle edme. >> i'm stefan chase. we need to look what is going
a beautiful week heading our way with a small chance of a shower. we're starting off dry. 66 is where we are in raleigh over the beltline, no changes to the skyline just yet. sunrise is not until 6:57. in the meantime, we have something to talk about, foggier conditions, south of the triangle so let's check the visibility. right now 5-mile in fayetteville and clinton but check out lee county, half a miles towards pinehurst. here in raleigh, lewisburg, smithfield reporting full visibility along the 95 corridor, things are touch and go and not really causing that many slowdowns so if you're getting ready to head out the door, take it easy if you encounter foggier conditions. mid-60s in durham and raleigh, 69 wilmington, low 70s around the sandhill, fayetteville, 72.
it will be a comfortable commute for you, 69, good for weather for those at the bus stop, 82 lunchtime, still dry, 87 this afternoon, but normal is 83. most of us dry throughout the afternoon, back to 85 by 6:00. i will have a look at the rest of today's forecast and rest of the work week in a little bit. send it over to ali with a check of the commute. good morning. yes, good to keep in mind visibility could be slow during the commute, not to thing with the crashes, none out there, 540, 440 moving well through durham, no accidents to report to you there and fayetteville, as you get ready to head into school, the bus should arrive on time, no delays to report yet. from durham to research triangle park on the freeway, four minutes there on 55, going to take you nine, and 70, 14,
busy and we know it's going to get a little bit worse. we'll keep you updated. >> get worse before it gets better. the ncaa pulled seven championship events from north carolina. they say it's because of the controversial law restriking transgender bathroom access. >> it's another major plow to the state and for college in the triangle. david hurst joins us live from downtown raleigh. have we heard from the governor beairshelle. there's still no response from the governor. he will be at the council state meeting this morning at 9:00 a.m. he may address the issue then. the ncaa made the decision last night they are pulling seven championship events from north carolina due to house bill 2, most notably the first and second rounds of the men's basketball tournament. that was expected in greensboro. the head of the ncaa said they made the decision because they
respectful environment at the events. the announcement follows the nba's decision to pull the all- star game from charlotte that was expected to have a $100 million impact. the bill has been responsible for canceled conventions and concerts. >> it sends message h.b. 2 is bad for the state. >> what are we going to do? are we going to let our male cheerleaders? that's what that bill is saying. >> reporter: the acc has yet to make a zig on their acc championship game, including the acc championship football game scheduled for december in charlotte. david hurst, cbs north carolina. >> thank you. we'll check in with you in a half hour. we're getting a lot of responses after the announcement. officials with duke, unc, nc
their frustration. >> we have full statements from them on wncn.com. you can also find the full background behind this controversial law by scrolling over the "news" tab and then hb 2. 19-year-old israel vazquez faces first-degree murder charge in the death of maria and jose mendoza. the two were unidentified victims of a attorneys expect to start prison in vazquez' case tomorrow. police in durham are looking for a man they say shot three people in a ten-minute span last week. this is 38-year-old patrick parker. officials say he shot two people on thursday before shooting another man on harvard avenue. all three victims are expected to be okay, but investigators believe the shoots are related. police said parker faces half a
is mourning the loss of a police officer. officer tim pracking died after being shot over the weekend in shelby. the suspect, 23-year-old irving benner, jr., took off. hundreds died in shelby for a vigil in his honor. >> they took a daddy from a little girl. they took a husband wife. you took a brother from a police family. this causes deep hurt. >> this is something our community and our town is not used to have happen and it's going to affect us tremendously. >> state and federal authorities are still looking for center. the state is offering $10,000 for information that leads to his arrest. a north carolina man is facing charges this morning for an odd crime. police said he not only impersonated a firefighter but
arrested cody herring after he tried to help with a medical call sunday. he is a former volunteer firefighter and that officers on the scene told him to leave. deputies in eastern north carolina are investigating a weekend shooting that sent five people to the hospital. it happened at a nightclub in raven county. it started with bottles thrown before escalating to gunfire. deputies found at least 50 shell casings outside of the club. one of the victi arrests have been made. it was a brazen gold heist that made headlines last year and a florida man will spend 11 years in prison for his role. last march, almost $5 million worth of gold and silver parts were stolen from a truck along i-95 in wilson county. the thieves used gps to trace the tractor trailer before using pepper spray to make the truck driver sick before the robbery.
in federal court. >> it's 6:08. let's get to what else is happening. after months of waiting, the iphone 7 is hitting stores soon. how the phone's camera is getting a big endorsement from a popular magazine. plus this. >> videos. it's the only time i ever think i have seen something like this. it wasn't in a high speed chase but left a trail of damage. what police had to chase down responsible. alyssa? well, temperatures this morning are feeling great. take a look at this, 67 in sylar city, chapel hill, mid- 60s. i'll have a closer look at what the highs will do coming your
>> my dog was, like, growling at me yesterday and i was so tired. a short walk, i promise, but today, i will take her longer. >> good for you. everyone should. it will be a nice day. >> it is. it's going to be a nice week, really. let's start with today. 66 on this picture from the raleigh-durham international airport, things starting to move, and if you look closely at the sky, it is getting just a bit brighter but remember that official sunrise is il of bed this morning, get that cup of coffee before we start to see the sunrise. satellite radar composite not showing any rain like what we were dealing with yesterday. we had a few showers around the sandhills. if anything, you will see a little fog getting ready to head out the door. let's look at temperature, mid- 60s raleigh and durham, feeling good, 69 wilmington, 66
degree or so, 64 south hill and henderson. plans for your day ahead, it will be great at 8:00 a.m., 69 there, 82 at lunchtime, still dry. if we're going to see any rain at all, it will be around the sandhills, 87 our afternoon high, and the rain chance probably sneaking in for the evening drive home, 85 by 6:00, and over the next few days, look at this, the 80s stick around. tomorrow will be the warmest day of week, 88. we're area, and behind the front, we drop to 80 to wrap up the work week on friday. i'll have a look at the best rain chance in your complete storm team forecast. back to stefan. >> thanks a lot, alyssa. stunning images coming in from san francisco. take a look of video of a volcano sending lava high into the sky. wow. >> this is on the french island reunion. its name translates into "peak
to its name over the weekend. the eruption was a surprising treat for 250 tourist who happened to be in the area at the time. sticking with volcanos, a prankster in south carolina tried to trick student and parents into thinking school was out this week because of volcanic activity -- yeah, right. the school district found out about the fake facebook page and clarified school is still in session this week. sorry, charlie. time now 6:13 on your tuesday. to set his boss on fire. >> onto the sidewalk -- look at somebody running! a late-night police chase through the streets of los angeles. the desperate attempt to
how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think
i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? a driver in southern cal was arrested after a wild chase through the streets of los angeles. the suspect was driving a
police said he ran several red lights, almost ran into several other drivers. at one point, he started driving on the sidewalk, nearly hitting pedestrians. eventually he stopped the car and tried to run away, but police were right there and made the arrest. also new overnight, authorities in detroit, michigan, are investigating why someone shot a police officer. police said the officer was on patrol when he pulled to a gas station. they heard gunshots. one of the bullets hit him in the shoulder. the officer was taken to one person is in custody in connection with the shooting. a very disturbing story out of kansas. authorities said a hospital employee set his boss on fire in an attempt to kill her. he's accused of throwing gas len on his female supervisor, lighting her on fire, and assaulting her with a raysor. one person who went to help was hurt. the suspect could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.
it happened when the two men tried to test a protective vest. now, the suspect is charged with manslaughter in the death of his cousin. a witness told police the victim was wearing a flack jacket and wondered if it worked. that witness said the cousin pulled out a gun, said, "let's see," and shot him in the chest. the flack jackets are designed to stop fragments from explosives, not bullets. a massive fire at a chicago strip mall kept officials busy it started at one store before quickly spreading to the others. it back hours to put out the fire. two firefighters were taken to the hospital for heat exhaustion but otherwise no injuries or deaths reported. the fire's cause is under investigation this morning. the search is on this morning in milwaukee, wisconsin. authorities are looking for a 17-year-old suspect who was seen jumping out of a police van over the weekend. someone driving behind the van recorded the escape. police arrested the suspect
out. officials are still looking for him this morning. police in maine say two teen who will likely face several charges after stealing construction equipment and taking it on a joyride. officials said the two 14-year- olds drove the front-end loader and ran into several cars. police chased them and tried to stop them, but they refused, ramming into a police cruiser. officers say that is when they decided to shoot the tires. deliberately striking police car and other vehicles, it's a deadly situation and had to be stopped right away. >> police expect to charge the teens over the next few days. not good when you're just 14 years old. you don't have your license yet. come on, guys -- or girls. >> you never know. we'll turn things over to alyssa and ali, our "a" team. >> "a" team is here. great forecast. >> i don't see any problem with
forecast. heading out the door this morning, it's 69, right around the morning hours, patchy fog. that's the only negative with the forecast. as we head into the afternoon, 87, a little warmer than where we should be this time of year. keep in mind it's going to be on the dry side so kids, i don't think you need the umbrella on the bus so let's look at the tower camera where we're starting to see the color across the horizon an we're in the mid-60s so cooler than where we were yesterday, refreshing as you step outside. 64 henderson, 65. roxboro, 68. low 70s around the sandhill. here's your hour by hour forecast, 76 at 10:00 a.m., 82 at lunchtime. we will climb to 87 for our afternoon high. it's very similar to yesterday and then we head into the evening, more comfortable conditions for you.
most of us will stay dry. if you're going to see wet weather, the best chance will be mainly around the sandhills because look at this, the stationary front still hanging off to our south, really going to bring the best rain chances towards south carolina and north carolina border, mainly dry with this front nearby. that finally moves off to our east. next front is in the wing through the ohio river valley tomorrow and won't bring us rain until thursday or friday. ahead of it, a temperatures so far this week will arrive on wednesday. the forecast is looking pretty good. noon, anything going on outside whether it's lunch, exercise, you're taking the kids for a walk, weather will cooperate. as we head towards 6:30 this evening, we're still, for the most part, on the dry side, isolated showers around the sandhills. as we head through our wednesday, look at this, dry in the morning, dry in the afternoon. make plans to be outside.
forecast. 87 our high today in raleigh, 86 durham, 89 fayetteville. overnight tonight we'll fall around 67 degrees. again, a pleasant night for you, maybe that a/c will have a break shortly. as head into wednesday, 88. that's the dry day for us. thursday, friday, that's our cold front we have been talking about and look behind the front. we drop back to 80 degrees on friday, lingering showers, maybe a few isolated storms expected as we head into anything severe, 83 our high saturday, 84 sunday, and also looks like we'll stay in the low 80s early next week. we may see extra cloud cover as we head into early next week and remember, 83 is actually where we should be this time of year. 6:21 right now. let's hand it over to ali for the latest on the road. good morning. we have good news to report to you, really, not too much going on out there. people are starting to get out there where it's getting busy
well, same thing with 40 in the clayton bypass, no delays yet. durham roads look good and fayetteville, 95 corridor moving well. your drive times, nothing out of the ordinary here if you're taking 540 from u.s. 64 to glenwood avenue heading west, 16 minutes there, newburn to wade will take you eight. clayton bypass, u.s. 1, 11 minutes there, better breakdown for you south saunders street to u.s. 1 will only take you five minutes. outside at 6:22 to i-40 at old irwin road, a lot of people have had their coffee and hitting the road but not causing any delays. >> thanks, ali. >> time right now 6:22. the new iphone isn't out yet but we're already seeing what it can do. the incredible images captured on the sidelines of football days. >> pretty cool stuff. plus the wells fargo execs
wells fargo is getting negative attention but an executive is leaving that behind and one of the new iphones is getting a chance to show off its camera. jill wagner joins us live fr >> reporter: good morning, beairshelle. the exec who oversaw the unit that oversaw the fake accounts is retiring and will reportedly have a payout of $124 million. that does include stock. check out the first photos taken with the new iphone 7
snapped pictures at the titans/vikings game. the camera is completely upgraded with new zooming feature and a lens that can capture brighter colors. will it be enough to spark sales? we shall see. >> so many of russ using these things so seeing the upgrade and photography up to par that could be a nice bonus. >> reporter: yeah, i haven't seen -- oh, sorry, go on. >> no, it's okay. i was going to say we heard bit to shopping -- who doesn't want to talk about that? for some people, the worst part is paying for everything but the other thing is getting the cart into the store. wal-mart could have an easy fix. >> reporter: wal-mart is working on a self driving shopping cart. customers could hail it with an
cameras and return itself from a car in the parking lot back to the store. >> i don't know. i don't know about that one. i think a little exercise from the car to where the carts belong won't hurt too many people. >> reporter: unless it's raining. [ laughter ] >> that is true. jill wagner, thank you very much. we'll see you tomorrow morning. >> how does that work? the car could avoid all the other car in the parking lot? >> i n' [ overlapping ] >> think about black friday, something like that. how will that work? >> too much traffic. >> just give me the items i bought. maybe i will have to walk it off. >> walk it off, get your exercise in. 6:27 on your tuesday. in our next half hour, call of the night. many of us were sleeping when the rams and the 49ers squared off last night but it was a fan who has a lot of people talking this morning. plus before you head out the door, we have a look at
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>> good morning and thanks for watching north carolina news at 6:30. i'm beairshelle edme, in for russ, who's enjoying time off. >> thank you for joining us. i'm stefan chase. alyssa corfont has the forecast. we can see comfortable afternoon. fog is driving in. this is your visibility map. 2 miles sanford. we're watching that. 7 miles in durham, not so bad. grim, 95 corridor dropped to a mile or less so take your time. things seem to improve in
nodated about that, 63 henderson, 61 lewisburg. through durham, we're in the mid-60s and will make our way to the sandhills, low 70s. keep in mind that's a degree or so below yesterday. a mix of sun and clouds, 87 our afternoon high. most of us stay dry today and we'll have a look at the small rain chance that could develop in the complete storm team the roadways. >> good morning. it's 6:31. as we look at 40 and 95, we have reports of a crash there but isn't causing any delays. if we take you into durham, roads look pretty good and through fayetteville, same thing. it's been quiet and we'll keep an eye on the crash in penson and let you know if it starts to slow things down. westbound drive times on 540 from u.s. 64 to thenwood
bypass to u.s. 1, still got a couple of minutes before it's busy, 11 minutes there. outside, a look at i-540 at buffalo road where a lot more people are up and at' em. stefan? >> thanks, ali. the ncaa pulls seven championship events out of north carolina. it comes just two months after the nba pulled the all- star game from charlotte. cbs north carolina's david hurst joins us raleigh with what to expect from the governor. >> reporter: yes, stefan. governor mccrorys has yet to respond to the decision but will have a public appearance at the council of state meeting at 9:00 a.m., where he may bring it up. the ncaa announced they're pulling seven national championship games from north carolina last night, most notably the first and second rounds of the men's basketball turn talent were supposed to be
tennis, division i lacrosse, division ii baseball in cary. the head of the ncaa made the decision because they wanted to provide a safe and respectable environment at the events. the decision has democratic leaders in the senate calling for a special session to repeal house bill 2. >> truly seems like the alarm bell keeps ringing and nobody's doing anything. >> i think standing by this is the right thing to do is the privacy and safety of >> reporter: the future of other major sporting events in north carolina may be in jeopardy. the acc has yet to make a decision on what they're going to do about the upcoming acc championship games, including the big football game in charlotte in december. for now reporting live in raleigh, david hurst, cbs north carolina. >> thank you. cbs north carolina is getting a lot of responses after the ncaa's announcement. officials with duke, unc, nc
their frustration. >> we have full statements from all of them on wncn.com. you can also find the full background behind this controversial law by scrolling over the "news" tab and then down to h.b. 2. house bill 2 was a topic of discussion when vice president joe biden visited raleigh yesterday, campaigning for hillary clinton. he attended a fundraiser where roy central piedmont community college and talked about clinton's plans for education. campaign rally continues with this week. chelsea clinton will hold a women in leadership panel before opening a campaign office in durham and will stop in raleigh tomorrow at a women in tech panel. on the gop side, wilmington native laura trump will be in charlotte as several campaign
>> donald trump is hitting hillary clinton hard for calling half of his supporters "a basket of deplorables." that happened during speech in asheville yesterday. he brought a group of supporters on stage and gave each the chance to explain how they're not deplorable. the republican nominee said the comments disqualify her from becoming president and calls on her to apologize. >> well, my opponent slanders you irredeemable. [ crowd booing loudly ] i call you hard-working american patriot who love your country. >> the campaign is release agnew ad blasting clinton for the comments. clinton regrets using the word "half" but also said she doesn't regret calling out some
by the neck and swung at him. as the male protestor was escorted out, the trump supporter tried to grab a female protestor who was being escorted out. the trump supporter was not arrested. a cofounder of linkedin really, really wants donald trump to release his tax returns. hillary clinton supporter reed hoffman is joining a crowdfunding campaign start by a marine corps veteran who is looking to raise $1 million. he said he will donate to next monday. hoffman said however much money the campaign raises, he's going to match it five-fold. hillary clinton is defending herself against criticism over the transparency about her health. clinton appeared wobbly while leaving a 9/11 event on sunday morning and her campaign reveal shed had been diagnosed with pneumonia on friday but clinton said it wasn't something she thought she needed to be concerned about. >> just didn't think it was
it's just the kind of thing that if it happens to you and you're a busy, active person, you keep moving forward. >> clinton did cancel events in california yesterday and today so she can get some rest. the man who who jumped the white house fence last thanksgiving is pleading guilty for entering restricted grounds. a secret service officer spotted joseph caputo scaling the fence, wearing an american flag. he made to it the north lawn before being stopped. hel 6. he will receive probation with several conditions including that he stay away from washington, d.c. the president met with senators mcconnell and reed and paul ryan and minority leader nancy pelosi. they discussed what's on the agenda for congress in the coming weeks including everies to avoid a government shutdown later this month. time check for you on your tuesday, just about 6:38.
lochte makes his television dancing debut as two protestors storm the stage. above the crowds. where you'll find the world's highest bridge. see what it means for drivers -- as long as you're okay with heights. what do you think? >> oh, no way. no, thank you. 61 in roanoke rapids and lewisburg, 63 tarborough. who could have a good chance of
oh, here comes nancy. re fabulous formula, she's not splashing. you can wear anything and pour bleach. and her whiter whites, just dazzling. clorox splash-less bleach. also try crystals and packs. well, it seems like summer is over because we have 80. >> it's a welcome change, in my opinion and fall is nine
right? today we're starting off with pretty clear conditions. this is a live picture from the raleigh-durham international airport, 66 right now and look at that, skies definitely getting brighter if you're getting ready to head out the door, really not considering much in the way of weather to be an issue this morning so here's your satellite radar composite, no rain this morning. remember yesterday we had a few lingering showers? just not the case this morning and as a matter of fact, temperatures are more comfortable than yesterday as durham and around 65 sanford. wilmington, 68. we have the low 70s around the sandhill, 72 fayetteville, 71 in raeford. if you're making plans for your day ahead, be prepared for comfortable temperature, a little fog this morning, 69 at 8:00 a.m., 82 at lunchtime, ideal for whatever you have going on during your lunch hour, 87 our afternoon high. normal is closer to 83 so we're above that mark.
of a small chance of a shower around the sandhills this afternoon into the evening. as far as the temperatures are concerned today, tomorrow looks to be the warmest days of the work week and then another cold front before the cold front approaches friday, 80 behind that front on friday, still in the low 80s, which is normal, towards the upcoming weekend. we'll have more on rain chance in your complete storm team forecast. this story has both of us talking, whether or not we would do this. if you're afraid of heights, you may not like the story. workers in china are putting the finishing touches on what would be the world's highest suspension bridge. it's more than 1800 feet off the ground. the two ends of the bridge were linked over the weekend and the bridge is expected to open before the end of the year. officials say it will cut the trip between two major cities from five hours to two -- well,
if building a bridge high in the sky is boring, what about dancing? some people in china were close to a mile in the air, dancing while attached to safety ropes. people who watched the performance were in awe. time now is 6:43. two rosters packed with multimillion dollar athletes but a fan has the top highlight from monday night. see what you missed from the ramses/49ers game. plus like someone ripped my heart apart. we'll show you what
firefighters were worried about the fire spreading to nearby buildings. a strong show of force from the u.s. meant a warning to north korea. the air force flew two supersonic bomber over south korea. it was intended as a warning to north korea that conducted its fifth nuclear test last week. south korea does not have any nuclear weapon and relies on the threat of nuclear attack from the north. ryan lochte debuted on "dancing with the stars" but as the judges favor his performance, there was a surprising interruption. >> excuse me. hey, back off! excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. >> the men who. haved the show were later arrested.
suspended for ten months because of the incident. >> well, we've had trouble all road trip with this camera and i'm just really thrilled and this camera is so swell. no! look at his face after that. you can tell he didn't mean. a playful mistake for keith hernandez during last night's loss to the washington nationals. hernandez tapped a camera with a highlighter and appears to crack the le certainly had a good laugh, though. hernandez played for the mets for several season in the ?80s and you may remember seeing him on "seinfeld." >> i don't think that's real. >> i don't know. colin kaepernick's protest continues to grow. he kneeled during the national anthem before last night's game against the rams and he wasn't alone, joined by teammate eric reid, several other 49ers and rams players also sit with
>> that game creating an interesting situation people are talking. a fan managed to get on the field but kevin harland is getting attention for the play- by-play of the situation. >> some goofball in a hat and redshirt, now he takes off the shirt, he's running down the middle by the 50. he's at the 30. he's bare-chested and panging his chest, now he runs the opposite way! he runs to the 50! to the 40! the guy is drunk but there goes! the 20! they're chasing him! they're not going to get him, waving his arm, bare-chested! somebody watch that man. >> here comes the blue coats. >> i think that is professionalism at its best, ad- libbing. it's getting a positive response online and great laughter -- >> i looked up. [ overlaps conversation ] >> goofball in a hat. i like that. >> and i like the coach's reactions. [ overlaps conversation ]
faster than half the guys on the team. >> sign him up, right? let's talk about the weather because it's a great day. slight chance for rain. >> small rain chances, which we actually actually could use some rain so later this week, better rain chances for us but overall, really comfortable. look at this, 66 degrees, a live picture from our tower camera, still not in time for the sunrise. we have seven minutes to go so grab that p ready for a nice little show this morning. let's take a look at our visibility concerns and you can see visibility now at 5 miles fayetteville so not so bad there so check out sanford. it's been the area that's seen the densest fog, visibility a mile, improving in raeford to 5 miles, 4 miles in pinehurst so take it slow if you encounter fog this morning as you get ready to head out the door.
62 henderson, mid-60s durham and raleigh, mid-60s sanford. pinehurst, 70. raeford and clinton are reporting 71. hour by hour for you today, comfortable heading out the door, maybe you're going for an early morning bike ride or run, 69 at 8:00 a.m., 76 at 10:00 a.m. lunchtime, whatever you have planned, the weather will cooperate nicely. we'll make it to 87 this afternoon. you see the isolated shower chance. i think this will be mainly today because this is still where we're watching the stationary front, the same front that moved through on sunday and not moved whole lot, really going to bring the rain chances toward south carolina, extreme portions of north carolina. that's why we have the extremely small chance of rain around the sandhills. that will get out to the atlantic tomorrow but there's another storm system waiting in the winfs, our next cold front moving through the ohio river valley tomorrow.
dry, and pleasant. we really don't have much to worry about. dry through today. there's a small chance of a shower around 6:00 so drive home around the sandhills. as we head into our wednesday, dry in the morning, dry throughout the afternoon, a good day for us. it will be the warmest day this week so do be prepared for that. let's get the latest on the forecast for the tropical tropical stormer ian. it has slowed down and not expected to slow down until thursday or friday and will encounter warmer temperatures in the ocean and encountering less shear. shear could weaken the storm in the next 24 hours. 87 our high today in raleigh, 86 durham, 89 fayettevill . overnight we should drop to 67,
break. 88 for our high on wednesday. we're at 85 thursday. that front i was talking about actually comes through and look at that, drops us to 80 on friday. as we head into the upcoming weekend, 83 is normal and will be very close to that mark saturday and sunday. 6:52 on your tuesday. let's check in with ali. good morning. we have two accidents to let you know about. we have a stalled tractor ai near high house road so heads up. that will cause you delays. we have a crash new burn at burney near 440 in raleigh. in durham, nothing to worry about in that area and drive times and you're heading to research triangle park, not too bad on 540 from u.s. 6420 rtp.
road, u.s. 1 to rtp, 15 minutes. u.s. 1 to the durham free ware, ten minutes, so not too bad. i-40, getting busy at 6:53 this morning and we'll have an update in a few minutes. >> thank you, ali. up next, an update on a teen shocked in a pool. we know the water. >> here's what is next. good morning. charlie's conversation with former president bill clinton. he talks about hillary clinton's health, what the clinton foundation is doing to mix charity with politic, and why he thinks the presidential race is so close. plus only on "cbs this morning," the president of the ncaa in studio 57. he'll explain the decision to move championship events out of
a quick look at news to know before you go. the highway patrol is investigating a deadly crash in grandville county last night. troopers say lolita evans tried to turn to u.s. 158 when she hit a motorcycle. the motorcyclist, victor clay, died police received a call about a shooting in the area last night when they arrived they found a man who had been shot and don't know the victim's identity or if anybody is in custody at the time. a 17-year-old was found dead in the heritage pool on september 3. a document
the pool found electrical firing was not up to code and was completed without a permit. it was original wiring from when the pool was built nearly 40 year ago. talking about weather and traffic here, really not too much bad news. i haven't seen too much traffic on our cameras and the weather is nice. >> temperatures in the 60s this morning, 80s later today. the only thing we have to worry about is fog. we're not seeing any of that in downtown raleigh and are it in durham, sanford, roxboro, pinehurst, visibility in those areas at a mile or a little above that, 4 miles right now in rocky mount, so your current temperatures mid-60s in raleigh and durham, 72 fayetteville, 87 this afternoon, most of us staying dry. ali? a look at your drive times before you head out the door, taking 540 from u.s. 64 to glenwood avenue, 17 minutes, slowing down the clayton bypass
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