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we are calling for calm. we are calling for dialogue. >> whod heading to the queen city to investigate the deadly office-involved shootings. good morning, everyone. thanks for watching north carolina news. i'm russ bowen. >> and i'm stefan chase. we will have more coming up but first, let's check in with alyssa corfont for a check of the forecast. more rain or will it dry up? >> more rain again but tomorrow many of us are water withlocked. steady rain in northern portions of the viewing area and make sure you take your time. 71 raleigh and lillington, 72 fayetteville and clinton, 72 goldsboro. rocky mount, 72. it will be breezy, 74 at
scattered showers and 76 this evening. we'll walk you through the rest of the week and weekend ahead, the first weekend of fall, in ten minutes. back to you guys. let's go back to the news in charlotte. a second night of protests after an officer-involved shooting turned violent. >> at last check, one victim was in critical condition. we have video of the charlotte mecklenburg officer shot keith scott. someone in the apartment complex release this video here. police have not publicly released the video. >> the naacp will be in charlotte to review their push to release the video. hello, robert. i can see behind you the mess in front of the store. >> reporter: that's right,
over here and a few offers remain in the epicentre, home to high-rises and hotels. the hornets arena has scattered windows with graffiti on the road for black lives matter, including this atm and there are some officer in the area but others include the president of the naacp of north carolina who will meet elected officials and leaders to find out what to do to improve th official from the department of justice who worked on the michael brown case in ferguson will try to help out and the national guard is coming after governor mccrory declared a state of emergency. >> these police officers are showing a tremendous amount of
few hundred people who have come to the town center in charlotte, north carolina, a great city and their goal seems to be destruction and harm and that's wrong and is unacceptable. >> reporter: one person is on life support in critical condition after being shot by another civilian and four police officers were hurt, none suffering plan was called as public transit was canceled. this is the public transportation center. we saw buses rolling a few minutes ago. live in charlotte, robert richardson. >> thank you so much. this is rakia scott, keith scott's ice, releasing a statement saying in part,
members of law enforcement or take thing that do not belong to you in the name of protest. she said keith was a loving husband, father, brother, and friend who will be deeply missed every day. the stories between police and witnesses are not matching up. police said scott exited the vehicle with a handgun and did not follow orders, but family members said he was unarmed and only holding a book at time. the officer who shot smith has been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. more than 100 students gathered for a rally after the deadly officer-involved shooting in charlotte it lasted an hour and students spoke to the crowd about their own feelings. organizers said it was a healing student and was demanding change happen with
country. >> to be able to take this rage and mourning and turn it into action and hold people accountable. >> it was one of many rallies around the state at historically black colleges. many plan to take action. after the the country. the 40-year-old was unarmed with his hand in the air when he was shot and kill by betty shelby. state and local authorities are investigating the case in oklahoma. he was waiting for help when his car broke down. we'll update the story on wncn.com and throughout the day
year-old charles mitchell with murder and possession of a firearm by a felon. he killed 23-year-old christopher locust. investigators believe the suspect knew the victim and someone saw the body and called 911. a teenager is accused of assaulting his grandmother. kenneth hawker is charged with assault on a female and grabbed his grandmother by the nec floor. court records show he was suses penned from panther creek high school after he was accused of assaulting someone in the cafeteria and was accused of attacking another student and threat and creating a hit list. lee francis was teaching a
the american flag. two students left the classroom. the principal said there are other ways to teach the first amendment and an investigation iseunderway. taking you to cornwallis road, few more headlights are out there. 440, western boulevard, same thing, and we have wet it's perfect conditions for hydroplaning. jones street, near the 202nd block, a crash, o'neill road, kingsland drive, very busy with school buses so heads up to you on leesville road. major highways look good, same thing through durham and have rain. it could becoming down so 95
time. henderson, taking 85, extra time needed. drive times south into raleigh and nothing out of the ordinary. >> 5:38. durham police investigate two reports of suspects trying to grab children at their bus stops. what investigators want parents to know and do. a colonial pipeline is repaired and means gas shortage problem will soon end but how long before everything is back
raleigh durham international airport indicates light rain falling. we saw some rain overnight and roads are pretty wet as you head out the door. we have seen on and off again showers in sampson county with steadier rain to our north and this is tapering off, wet conditions near stovall. henderson and vance county, wet conditions d because of the chances of rain throughout the day. there's the chance of fog and is developing as we speak through johnson and wayne county. it continues to get worse so, please, plan accordingly and take it easy. small rain chances through 8:00 a.m. and noon, 74 at noon and high 78 degrees. warm conditions on the way. we'll let you know when they
forecast. >> thank you, alyssa. 5:42. the fbi needs help finding two men removing a wired pressure cooker minutes before the bombings in new york. in three minutes what the fbi is calling the men now. plus days after blue bell ice cream finally hits store shelves again in north carolina, the company is pulling the product yet again.
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a second night of violent protestses after a deadly officer-involved shooting prompts governor mccrory to issue a state of emergency. >> reporter: police said a person shot
a man last night. at last check, he's in critical condition. protests were sparked by due's shooting of keith scott. the family maintains he was unarmed and holding a book when he was shot, but police
recovered it. >> we'll check in with robert richardson in just a moment. hillary clinton calls incident unbearable, while donald trump calmed for a stop and frisk policy to prevent crime. the candidates meet face to face for the first debate in four days. four medics died in a monday, 20 people were killed. the u.s. said there's reason to believe monday's attack was launched by a russian war plane. the fbi is searching for two men in connection to the bombings in new york. they are called witness and not suspects. you can see they removed a bomb from the luggage moments before the other went off in chelsea.
hurt. ahmad rahami faces federal charges. a student was arrested in california for having a list of 33 names of student and staff whom he wanted to shoot. a parent told the sheriff's office about threats made on social media. the sheriff said the teen had a plan that was "very well- detailed" to carry out a mass shooting. police do not believe it was tied to terrorism and believe he acted alone. police said on monday a 13- year-old and an 11-year-old were chased by a man who jumped out of a brown suv near their bus stop. two men, one with a knife, tried to grab a 13-year-old and
children playing all the time. >> i'm saying if i saw something, i would do something about it because i've got grandkids. i got kids, and then i got little one in there. >> yeah. >> and you can see. >> frightening to say the least. police do not know if the incidents are related but are asking parents not to leave their children alone at bus stops and call 911 if you see will continue after ryan ott wander from home and drowned in a pond. before he died, he was returned to the custody of his mother, despite objections from his foster parent and guardian ad litem. reviews have been kicked of the agency but the county commissioner wants an independent agency to take a closer look. >> the complication of it is
criminal case that's pending but it's really moving along and coming together. >> the mother is facing involuntary manslaughter and child neglect charge and is due in court next month. blue bell ice cream is at the center of a recall yet again. it was just put back on store shelves in north carolina this week. blue bell is recalling half gallons and pines of the chocolate chip cookie dough brand after it may have been exposed no illnesseses have been reported but last year items were pulled because of contamination fears. some schools are delayed or canceled because of widespread flooding. remnants of tropical storm julia dumped 10-inches of rain in spots. several roads in northeastern counties have been shut down and parts of highway 12 were
my goodness, a lot of rain. >> we have rain in our area and will continue to see it today so if you're heading out the door or maybe later this morning, take the umbrella with you. this is a live look from the raleigh-durham international airport showing you a dreary start to this thursday. it's hard to get going on mornings like this. 71. grab a hot cup of coffee before you we have showers through sampson county and portions of person county, grandville county, orange and durham, northern portions with light areas. newton grove, sampson county, wet. clinton is dry but wadesboro, little shower. we have seen lightnings from time to time with these cells
of widespread concern so 70 lewisburg and pinehurst, 72 fayetteville and clinton, 71 goldsboro. we'll be in the upper 60s. breezy and cool at lunch. we'll see a better chance this afternoon, 78 our afternoon high and will be we have a stationary front on the coast continuing to bring us the chance of scattered showers and cloudy skies. we have high pressure starting to nudge in to control our forecast saturday. a lot will be change over the next few days and into the weekend ahead. a few isolated showers this morning, better rain chances
umbrella handy. tomorrow, that's when the first changes will start to happen and will have cloudy sky. the best chance of rain will happen to our east so on the 95 corridor and closer to the coast to keep it considerably drie . 78 raleigh, 80 fayetteville and norma mall is 81. temperatures are below normal. 68. the rain should taper off close to midnight. fall officially begins at 10:21 this morning, just in case you're counting down, 82 tomorrow and a small chance of a shower. saturday, won't feel like fall, high of 88. sunday will feel like fall, 78, most of us staying dry. 5:51 on this friday eve.
near leesburg, starting to get busy. we have a crash downtown raleigh at west street near jones street and o'neill road, leesburg at kingstree, and 540 near leesville road. you will need extra road this morning. let's henderson, 158. some woads are still seeing rage so have the wipers on. another day that we have to do that. 540 glenwood to u.s. 64, 17 minutes, i-40 to capital boulevard, ten minutes and u.s. 2 to 64. fayetteville street, a few more
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who buy more vehicles than anyone... flip your thinking about buying your next one. repair crews are working to restore electricity to puerto rico's 3.5 million people. fire at a power plant officials hope to restore service by morning but some schools have been cancelled for the day as a precautions. the hospital had to cancel elective surgery and nonemergency appointments. an event takes place prompted by an investigation into a sexual sexual assault claim against football player. a student said she was raped on
misdemeanors. the alleged victim criticized the university's handling of the investigation, saying it's been six months with nothing done. he was suspended indefinitely from the football team. at 4:00 this afternoon, in rtp, the rti probably gender center is hosting a panel discussion with the local university women's center. participants will discuss sexual assaults on campus and gender-based violence. they will talk about programs offered to help students. unc students in the school of dentistry will honor three mu murdered in chap l hill. in february 2015, craig hicks shot a man and his wife and her sister. some say it was a hate crime. student will once again complete community service projects in the triangle including working with the interfaith food shuttle and habitat for humanity. 400 are expected to participate.
a reception. having trouble getting gas? the colonial pipeline is back up and running. it's expected to take two or three service days to return to normal in our state. however, a.d.'s office continues to investigate price gouging reports and issued five subpoenas with more later this week and don't top off if you can help it. in that's something to keep in >> keep it at least half full. >> don't learn the hard way, right? >> 5:57. breaking news out of charlotte. violent protests erupt after the deadly officer-involved shooting tuesday. in we continue live coverage. in our next half hour, the move the governor made that allows more help to tweet the queen
>> jerry, get out of there! a state of emergency in north carolina as the queen city deals with a second night of violent protests. >> police donned riot gear and used tear gas to clear dozens person was badly hurt after being shot by a civilian and many had to be treated at area hospitals. >> people were seen damaging businesses, lighting things on fire, and clashing with police and the media. >> thank you for joining us for cbs north carolina. i'm stefan chase. >> i'm russ bowen. this is a story we have been following closely. >> it started tuesday when a charlotte police officer shot and killed 43-year-old keith scott. >> for the past two nights