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i will lease. my tax returns. contentious for sure. for the for the since becoming the party's nominees, hillary clinton and on thed a trump meet on the national stage. >> the first of three presidential debate and a preview of clinton's visit in raleigh. thank you for watching north carolina news. it's 5:30. i'm russ bowen. >> i'm stefan chase. thank you for having you along this tuesday morning. let's find out about the forecast because good morning to you as well. some of you are wake up to wet weather across wake county. it's in durham county. you know we're the next stop so wake forest could have rain in the next hour. also granville, person, mecklenburg county in virginia as well. temperatures as a result are very mild, 68 raleigh and clayton, 66 but happen,
few showers at lunchtime, better rain chances later this afternoon, high of 78, normal this time of year. i will have a closer look at rain chances in the complete storm team forecast. breaking news now, an amber alert for a missing rocky mount little girl. >> investigators are conducting a statewide search for 2-year-old nevaeh richardson. lauren haviland is live with all the new information she's >> reporter: good morning. i spoke to police already this morning, and they say the toddler was in her mother's car when it was stolen around midnight. take a look. this is what nevaeh richardson, a 2-year-old little girl, looks like, last seen in a t-shirt with a rainbow in the front. her mother was at a friend's house in nashville road in rocky mount when the car with
the vehicle is a 2004 green mitts pea she endeavor. it has a spare tire on the front left side and a "live, love, laugh" sticker on it. we have little information about the suspect but have more information about the car like the license plate on wncn.com. rocky mount police are unsure whether or not they're in this area and urge anyone if you see lauren haviland, c best north carolina. two people are in the hospital after a fire in whispering pine, pine lake drive, around 3:30 this morning. six family pets died and seven other pets are at a veterinary hospital for treatment. investigators are trying to find out how the fire started. the first presidential debate between clinton and
>> reporter: after trading barbs more than a year, the nominees met face-to-face as a polls show them virtually in a tie. craig boswell has the latest from hofstra university. >> reporter: trump and clinton shook hands at the start of the debate but the fireworks started during a discussion about the economy. >> it would be the most extreme version, the biggest tax cuts for the people in this country that we have had. i call it trumped up trickle down. >> for 30 years you're doing and it are just thinking of solutions. >> well, actually -- >> excuse me. i will bring back jobs. >> reporter: they took aim at controversial issue. >> when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted, as soon as she releases them, i will release, i will release my tax returns. >> it must be something really
trying to hide. >> at times attack were personal. >> she doesn't have the look. she doesn't the stamina. i said she doesn't have the stamina. >> as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, cease-fire, or spends 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina. >> reporter: clinton brought up that trump was sued by the justice department in 1973 for not renting apartments to africa engaging in racist behavior. >> we settled the suit with zero, no admission of guilt. >> reporter: craig boswell, hempstead, new york. >> candidates agree on restricting gun purchases for people on do not fly lists but differed on the controversial tactic of stop and frisk. people came together to
anticipated events. republicans held a watch party at a cinema and frill and trump supporters hope with the large audience he was able to win over people questioning whether he has the temperament to be president. in they see he has far more integrity than some people think. >> democrats held similar parties in we stopped by this watch party atrophy brewing company downtown. folks there said she needs to be authentic and let people know who she is. >> the more they can -- it's really scary, the idea of a trump presidency scares me to death. >> leaders of the state democratic party said it was a key chance for clinton to show
related to family and national security. the nominees spent no time after the debate. hillary clinton will stop in north carolina, campaigning at a democratic party event at wake tech in raleigh. doors open at 11:00 a.m. for the 1:00 event. she plans to discuss her plans for the economy. beau minnick will have live reports and updates on wncn.com. time to check out traffic now. good morning, 440 at 64, newborn avenue. we have a crash brights and early on 440 as you travel on wake forest road and nighting gail so heads up to you. no accidents to report, roads look good, same thing in fayetteville, so far, so good, other than the crash. i-40 at airported boulevard,
flying out at 5:36 this morning. russ, stefan? chapel hill invest fay fors hope science and a tip from the public can solve a murder mystery. how authorities came up with a sketch of who may have killed a unc student. and a look at a special tribute for a young baseball star killed in [music] >> dr. stanley: we can understand and realize, it's through the gospel that you and i can be absolutely assured at what paul said when he said, "absent from the body, present with the lord." we don't have to fear death. it's through the gospel that our whole eternity has been changed. i'm roy cooper...and my mom used to teach in this school.
just about 5:40 on this tuesday and switching gears, we'll talk about your forecast. this is a live picture from shaw university towards downtown. you can see, clearly, the buildings lit up with no fog or rain downtown. some of you are dealing with a few passing showers and will continue throughout the morning so here's a look at drive time forecast. sunrise doesn't happen until 7:07. we're in the upper 60ds for the majority of the morning, no change throughout 8:00 this morning but a dreary start, certainly, to our tuesday. now, the clouds are here but what we want to talk about is the rain so let me bring you in to a closer look. northern person county, granville and southern portions of, it looks like, mecklenburg county and virginia seeing light rain this morning. not a lot of you will wake up to wet weather but will continue throughout the morning. we'll become more widespread
60s in clinton while fayetteville the only area reporting low 70s. here's what you need to know as you plan your day. small chance of showers this morning, 69, 70 at lunchtime, an isolated shower possible, but into the afternoon, we'll take it to 78, which is pretty seasonal this time of year. we're also looking at scattered showers through the evening drive home that could easily slow you down so plan ahead. 76 your temperature around 6:00. i laugh look at including more rain chances in about ten minutes. russ? >> 5:00 she in the morning. >> any time you have kids involved, it's hard. a lot is the unknown. a woman is accused of killing her children. what she did that ended the man hunt for her and her children. >> i been born and raised in charlotte and i never felt this way till now.
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breaking news. amber alert is in effect for a missing rocky mount toddler. >> 2-year-old nevaeh richardson was last seen with a t-shirt with a rainbow on it. a man stole her green mitsubishi endeavor with the little girl inside the suv. presidential nominees donald trump and hillary clinton have wr the showdown took place in hempstead, new york. for complete coverage, go to wncn.com. hillary clinton will campaign at a democratic party event today in raleigh at wake tech. doors open at 11:00 this morning for the 1:00 event. she plans to discuss her plans for the economy. poe minnick will have live reports today and on wncn.com.
military-style apparel with nazi emblems shot nine people. he had more than 2500 round of live ammunition and got into a shootout with police and was killed. police have not identified the man but have been searching the condo of nathan desai where they found vintage military guns and other items. [ gunshots ] the clinton police officer and trooper involvedded in the shooting death of a man in this year have been cleared. 143 shots had been fired after john coffee of warsaw pointed a gun at police. the district attorney said police responded to what was considered a threat. right now, there are cause for resignation in the wake of the officer-involved shooting in charlotte as protestors took over the city council meeting. >> okay, we're going to have to recess. >> that was charlotte mayor jennifer roberts, whom we have
weeks, addressing the crowd. people took their message straight to leadership. >> i'm disgustedded with our leadership because y'all lack integrity, morals, and self respect and dignity. what does that mean for the rest of the citizens? if you going to continue to kill us for protesting peacefully, if you going to continue to kill us because we're black, if you're going to continue to kill us for no reason, then why are you taking >> many of those who spoke called for mayor robert and the police chief to be fired after the shooting of keith scott. officials released portions of the dashcam and body cam video. more than 50 people of all ages spoke during the meeting. some were young children who are afraid to step outside their homes. >> i been born and raised in charlotte, and i never felt this way till now.
[ sobbing ] our fathers and mothers are killed and we can't even see them any more. it's a shame we have to go to their graveyard and bury them and we have -- [ indistinct ] and we shouldn't have kids. we need our fathers and mothers. >> one person took to the podium to support the police chief but he was quickly booed from the microphone. the man shot inside a minivan in raleigh has died. police updated charges against anthony neal to murder. he's already in custody. police found 23-year-old travis malloy in middle branch road around 8:15 last friday morning. the jury found the second teenager accused in a 2013
guilty of murder. israel vasquez faced first- degree murder charges. they were unintended victims. he was found guilty on a stolen weapon charge and his uncle was sentenced to prison after being found guilty last year. faith hedgepath was found dead in her parent four year ago. the snapshot tool uses dna if you recognize the man seen her, contact police. no one was arrested in the case. local golf courses are honoring arnold palmer. flags are flying at half-staff to honor the king. palmer attended wake forest college, where he became the first-ever ncaa champion. it was college and is wake forest college before it was a university. >> very touching now.
of september. >> it's hard to believe. >> yeah. beginning to feel like fall. >> it's looking way better than this work week because of rain. we needed it last week but was dreary last week and looking in the surplus category for the month, 68 degrees right now. this is from the raleigh-durham international airports as we start off our morning. we have a cold fron see some rain approaching the area. the rain really going to spread in into the afternoon and charlotte work up to stormy weather. that's not the case. today in our area, we had light showers mainly north and west of wake county towards bethel
virginia where we're seeing light rain towards clarksville. other than that, most of us are on the dry side. again, though, small chance for a shower this morning, better chances develop this afternoon so let's get straight to your hour by hour forecast, upper 60s at 8:00 a.m. 76 at noon today. we'll eventually make it to 78, scattered showers for the evening drive home. grab the umbrella, regardless if it's raining orbit this afternoon. a few passing showers for the lunchtime drive. mostly dry with a stray shower possible and in the afternoon hours, more scattered showers moving in. those will continue into the evening and overnight, a stray shower possible so possibly wet weather tomorrow morning, overall just like today, the better rain chances will develop as we head into the
showers and then we'll see rain showers thursday. if you're just wake up -- or maybe you're getting ready to walk out the door, 68 raleigh and clayton, 69 clinton and lillington, upper 60s raeford. henderson and lewisburg reporting 64. city by city today, 78 our high in raleigh, 77 durham, and 82 fayetteville. fast forward to tonight, a few isolatedwe forecast. we drop to around 65-degree and will look at the next few days. tomorrow, 76 our afternoon high. can't rule out an isolated storm or two and look at this marginal risk of severe weather tomorrow, gusts our primary concern. i expect the threat to be isolated in nature. 76 thursday, a small chance of rain there and finally a dry day friday, 74. heading into the weekend, i was talking to stefan about the
look at this sunshine saturday and sunday, highs in the mid-to- upper 70s, morning temperatures in the 50s, and very pleasant fall-like conditions will continue into early next week, sunshine, upper 70s. i know someone happy about that, our resident runner, ali. >> i'm sad to see the warmer weather go. i-40 at farrington, it looks good. 440, we have a crash out there bright and early this morni heads up to you. check the traffic cameras, not seeing it cause major delays but is out there so give crews time to clear it up. durham freeway moving well, and durham into fayetteville, 95, no incidents there. driver times west, research triangle park, 540, 64 to rtp,
rtp, 45. pretty average this time of the morning. lake wheeler road, a lot of headlights at 5:53 this morning. we will have more news coming up but before the
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she was so proud to be a north carolina teacher. she wouldn't have liked how we've fallen to 41st in teacher pay... 44th in per-student spending... or that governor mccrory tried to cut education funding to its lowest budget share in over 30 years. it's why thousands of teachers are moving out of state. as governor, i'll make schools the priority again. schools my mom would be proud of. two children are dead and their mother charged with their murders. an amber alert was set out for hernandez and pastor. police believe their mother kidnapped them. she did not have custody of them. she went to the police station and said she had two bodies in her car. the kids were found in the back seat. two boys are in the
playground. 11-year-old oscar and 6-year- old daniel were playing soccer when a fight broke out. they were hit by stray bullets. a 15-year-old and 16-year-old were hit by gunfire and police are searching for the suspects. if you're one of the millions of americans following the debate between clinton and trump online instead of on television, you were not alone. cnn reports 1.6 million people watch the youtube live stream and more than 1 million on the nbc live strea during the debate, trump appeared to be sniffling in the micro phone. many people compared it to al gore's 2000 sighs. trump claimed he was given a defective mike and wonders if it was on purpose. two people on opposite sides of the political aisles. >> michelle obama embraced george w. push at the opening of the museum of african-
president obama often mentioned the push family's kindness when they moved in, including the advice the bush daughters gave to his daughters. >> they told them to surround themselves with loyal friends, never stop doing what they love, slide down the bannisters occasionally. >> i bet they did quite a few types. >> it's good to see. 5:57. we statewide amber alert for a missing little girl. we will have a live report in the next half hour. from taxes to jobs to foreign policy, the first presidential debate in history. we'll look at the jabs trump and clinton took at one another
>> good morning, everyone. thank you for watching north carolina news at 6:00 a.m. i'm russ bowen. >> good morning, everyone. i'm stefan chase. glad to have you along. ali warshavski is here with the morning commute. >> oh, that one. >> we turn to alyssa for let us know. let's head to our forecast from the tower camera. it's 68-degrees and we're looking live over the beltline. it's that time of morning where more people are starting to get going and will be a dreary start to our day so let's start with isolated showers that have been reaching ground across person, orange, durham, granville county in wake