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good morning. thank you for watching cbs north carolina news at 7:00. >> thank you for starting your sunday morning and with us. going to the as it turns south of jamaica. the effects of the category four storm have already been seen and parts of columbia triggering widespread flash flooding in neighborhoods on the coast. >> the hurricane is expected to move closer to jamaica, haiti and eastern cuba by early tomorrow. hurricane warnings are already in effect for those areas. >> strontium meteorologist trent 22 is watching the storm and has the latest projected path. >> good morning everyone.
matthew is a powerful category four storm. when that 150 miles per hour. gusting up to 185. still a well-defined eye and center of circulation. it took a northwesterly turn. is moving to the northwest here is a look at the latest updated track from the 5:00 a.m. updated track from the national hurricane center. it shifted ever so slightly to the east. it wilim bahamas over the next several days. it will likely cross into the bahamas as a major hurricane by thursday morning. as far as our weather at home, dealing with patchy fog visibility reduced mainly along i-95 and to the east. watch for the patchy fog this morning. temperatures in the 50s and 60s will be climbing into the 80s this afternoon. a warm day for us. high temperature climbing up to
the week ahead. residents in jamaica's capital of kingston are preparing for hurricane matthew. many business owners boarded up the windows of shops but remained open for people going to grocery stores to stock up on food and supplies. >> at home, the fayetteville congressional leaders were in the city yesterday to survey the damage from a storm wednesday mayor robinson gave pittinger a tour of areas where water overflowed into streets and businesses. about 25 people had to be rescued from water this week. the congressman play praise to the leadership for declaring a city emergency. >> the government has been very cooperative. we have to determine whether this rises to the level to ask the president for a declaration. >> the medical arts pharmacy is among the shots with
destroyed massive amounts of medicine. they say they hope fema will provide assistance. following an explosion in southern spain hurts at 90 people at a cafi. five victims are in serious condition. the blast happened during a festival at a popular tourist town. authorities say a gas leak may have caused the explosion. in investigation is underway. closer to home, durham police continue to search for one person in connection with shooting on north roxboro shoot roxboro street friday. we are told a man suffered a gunshot wound to the back. victim was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. if you have information, you're asked to call durham police. and we are told someone shot theo washington multiple times around 3:30 a.m. yesterday morning.
wilmington avenue and sycamore street. no word on his condition. if you have any information on that incident, you are asked to call goldsboro police. no word on an arrest on a violent crime committed in broad daylight at the campus of nc state. a student reported being robbed and stabbed while walking through the varsity lot. a woman says a man in his 20s stopped her with a knife and took her book back. and ntsb investigators had interviewed the engineers of the commuter train that crashed in hoboken, new jersey. a woman on the platform was killed more than 100 others injured. we have the latest. >> a source familiar with the investigation tell cbs news that after months of concern about a leadership vacuum at new jersey transit, federal regulars launched a deep audit of the agency's operations in june. discovered dozens of safety violations. regulators were preparing to implement enforcement measures prior to the accident thursday.
late saturday, the train's engineer, thomas gallagher, tucked into the garage of his new jersey home after meeting with investigators. the ntsb did not release details from the interview. the former chair of the ntsb. >> he will tell us that he was attempting to work the throttle or break. he will tell us if he ultimately tried to put the emergency brake on. he will tell us if he saw signals. he will tell us exactly what happened in that cab. >> work to remove debris at the hoboken crash site contin keeping investigators from the crucial data recorder and front facing camera in the first car. and the ntsb vice chair had this to say. >> as soon as the site is safe, the ntsb will retrieve the other event recorder from the lead car as well as the forward facing image recorder. investigators will use that information to validate speed and get the information about the train. >> the second data recorder removed from the rear of the
sent -- and has been sent to the manufacturer. >> hoboken, new jersey. >> investigators found no sign of signal or track issues and continue to collect video from the scene including from other trains at the station during the crash. a durham police department introduced a new position that aims to build stronger ties with the lgbt community. charles strickland is the ever durham lgbt and -- officer who has been in law enforcement for ten years. he says with his knowledge, he may have resources that other officers are not aware of and hopes to build stronger ties with the community. lgbt community members say they are looking forward to working with him. >> we need police like everyone else needs police. sometimes we need them more. and we need to be able to reach out to them. it is wonderful that we can reach out and find a member of our lgbt family that is there
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a warm day yesterday. today, it seems like it will be similar. >> very nice outside. yesterday afternoon was a little hot for early october. but today looking similar. temperatures in the 80s. we will see sunshine. this morning, a different picture compared to yesterday at this time. some of us woke up to pick -- thick fog. today, skies more clear. a university showing the raleigh skyline. the sun about to come up. not a bad start to the day. dealing with thick fog along cap-95 corridor. three tenths of a mile visibility in roanoke rapids. so use caution if you are in some of these counties dealing with the thick fog. it will not linger very long. we will see sunshine today. making for a nice afternoon.
goldsboro, 67. and 56 degrees in pinehurst we will stay dry today. the satellite and radar right now showing wet weather primarily offshore. that is where the showers will stay. we have sunshine in the forecast. a few clouds. overall, a warmer day. patchy fog having way too mostly sunny skies this afternoon. the high, 83. after a few clouds this morning, looking at a nice afternoon. temperatures falling over the next several days. and we will have to watch hurricane matthew. i will have all the latest on that coming up in the complete strontium forecast.
stories. the highway patrol is investigating a deadly crash in franklin county. troopers say makel breece ran a stop sign at pilot riley road around 9:00 last night. another car t-boned his. one of the passengers, an 18- year-old died. makel breece faces charges. jacob hall, the 6-year- old boy shot at his elementary school playground in south carolina has died.
fire at the school. another student and a teacher were hurt. hurricane matthew is churning in the caribbean. the hurricane is expected to move closer to make a, haiti and eastern cuba by late today and tomorrow. many students rely on fafsa when applying and paying for college. there is a big change coming this year. we have more from new york. >> college students and their families, take note. the critical financial aid form, the free application for federal student aid or is available this weekend. three months earlier than previous years. go to fafsa .gov. fafsa is used to determine how much money students and families will get for college including grants, scholarships and low interest loans. the release date was moved up to make sure that recent tax information was readily available. recent analysis from nerd wallet found that as much as $2.7 billion in free federal
incomplete or un- submitted forms. many don't bother to complete the fafsa because they think they earned too much. the department of education notes that aid is not based on a simple income line in the sand. it depends on your individual circumstances. for more on how you can qualify for college money, go to jill specifies oncollege money.com. the link between hormonal nt link to depression. >> millions of women worldwide use hormonal contraceptives. a new study published finds that these birth control methods such as pills or implants can increase the risk of pills to depression. >> they found there was an increase compared to non- users of hormonal contraception in terms of depression diagnosis
>> this was looked at from women ages 15-35. the study found that adolescents were at the greatest risk. >> the cognitive development was not as mature as the women that were older. relationship issues may be more prevalent in that population. i think that sort of reflects that trend. >> doctors say the study does not change whether hormonal contraceptives should be prescribed to women. but the link is something clinicians and patients should be aware of. >> women, if they do de signs of mild depression, they should interface with their provider. >> doctors say more research is needed to prove the link. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. >> it is estimated that 68% of women of reproductive age use contraception in the u.s. with pills being the most common. not a cloud in the sky. a perfect morning to launch hot air balloons from all across the world yesterday in new
hot air annual event took place in albuquerque. more than 500 balloons participated. spectators say the site and the skies never cease to amaze those that attend. >> it is so exciting. >> one of the balloons -- the balloons are inflated side- by-side. some passengers were ceded to were treated to a splash dash where a pilot dips into the rio grande. they certainly have great weather for the events in new mexico. we had great events. we are hoping this continues into the work week. . >> it has been a nice change some dry weather in the forecast. we had some flooding rain down in cumberland county.
the mess. we did have a dry day yesterday. another dry day today. if you are still cleaning up from the flooding or hoping for the dry weather to last, we have great news. a look from the tower camera in north raleigh. looking east, you can see the sky is getting brighter. the sun is officially up. a few clouds this morning. overall, a nice day. to wet weather that has been so stubborn to finally push out of the area is offshore. you can see we have a few showers falling across the outer banks. this wet weather is pushing further east. it will not be an issue today. what is an issue for some of us -- is a little bit of fog. that is mostly a problem along the i-95 quarter. we do have reduced visibility in roanoke rapids, and even
morning. we will see the fog lifting quickly. a lot of sunshine in the forecast today. it is 62 degrees outside and raleigh. it is 58 and durham. it is 61 in lewisburg. it is 64 in clayton. and 67 degrees in fayetteville. all these temperatures will be climbing into the low 80s this afternoon. the little bit of fog out there will lift quickly. mostly sunny skies in the forecast. 83 degrees as the high today. similar to yesterday. a warm end to the weekend today. a warm day tomorrow. thanks to this area of high pressure from the west work that will continue to build in today, tomorrow and tuesday, wednesday and thursday. it builds an overhead. that will usher in dry air. also some cool air too pixel temperatures will be in the 70s for the middle of the week. we will be staying dry as the high continues to protect us from wet weather moving in.
northeast for the end of the week and into next weekend. we are watching another cold front push in from the west. a couple things we are watching for friday into saturday. the first is the cold front. the second is the track of matthew. the exact track may have an impact on the forecast friday and saturday, depending on how close it is to the coast for we may potentially see wet weather moving in. let's take a look at the tropics. the latest on hurricane matthew. the 5:00 a.m. update from the national hurricane center has matthew at 150 mile-per-hour wind gusting at 185 miles per hour. a very powerful category four storm. very well organized. yesterday, it was moving due west. today it took a turn northwest. it will impact parts of jamaica parts of haiti, cuba, turks and caicos and the bahamas the next several days.
where matthew will go beyond that. at this point, the model consensus does actually have matthew pulling out to sea, having very little impact on the east coast. still the potential is there for it to be close by. so something definitely worth watching. as first temperatures the next to days, highs in the low 80s today and tomorrow. tuesday, the high, 77. mid-70s for wednesday, thursday and friday. the chance of a few showers here as we had thousand to friday and saturday.
bills to pay for cleaning up their mess. pat mccrory: not looking out for us. gd finishes. none better locally then tallahassee. they appear to have the game won when the quarterback scores giving the fsu a lead. but nick weiler gets a kick of a lifetime. 54 yards. let the celebration begin. north carolina upsets the seminoles. >> not nearly as dramatic and -- and west raleigh. 300 yards for three touchdowns.
calvin harmon for becoming a force of the pack. wake forth, first loss of the season, 33-16. duke hosting virginia. plowing in for the score. can they avoid the upset a week after winning at notre dame? no. duke turns the ball over six times. including this cavaliers touchdown. 34-20. ending a 17 game road losing streak. at east carolina, the pirates have another special touchdown. this one for the second weekend a row. a kickoff return by central florida. now lost three straight. 47-29. that is a look at the sunday morning sports. don't forget the sports rep tonight at 11:15 p.m.. today, the carolina panthers will face the atlanta falcons. last time the panthers traveled the georgia dome, they were 14-
atlanta leads the subdivision as the highest scoring team in the nfl. the defense is the third worst in the league. kickoff at 1:00. >> and the crowd goes wild after an amazing shot by the kansas university basketball director of operations. rightfully so. a half-court shot. and won a student this also happened last year. and he was the one that hit the shot. i do not remember ever having that opportunity as a student where it was like -- we will have a faculty or staff member hit this shot and give you $10,000 because of it. i'm sure that student is extremely excited. >> an amazing shot too. amazing skill. >> it is 7:27 a.m. . he is in heaven smiling
what hack and -- what happened to jacob, he forgives already. >> a south carolina mother brings us her message after her 6-year-old son dies after a gunman opens fire at his school, good morning. we begin by tracking the tropics. hurricane matthew is the strongest atlantic ocean since some to thousand seven. the hurricane is expected to move closer to jamaica, haiti and eastern cuba by late today, tomorrow. >> we start with kristin ketchell who has been tracking matthew and have a look at the latest track and what it could mean for us in north carolina. >> it is still a major hurricane this morning. a category four storm. it will likely hit parts of
category four storm. that is later tomorrow and into tuesday as well. here is a look at the current satellite imagery. matthew is very organized. very well-defined as you can see on the image. 150 mile-per-hour wind gusting up to 185 miles per hour. still south of jamaica this morning. it has taken a northwesterly turn. it will move northwest over the next couple of days. we can expect parts of jamaica, parts of haiti, cuba, turks and caicos and the bahamas to be impacted storm with heavy rain, high wind, high surf also. something we will be watching the next several days our weather at home -- we have fog to deal with along the i-95 cord or. visibility is reduced. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we can expect temperatures to climb into the low 80s this afternoon. 76 degrees by lunchtime.-today, 83. breaking overnight news.
crash in franklin county. troopers say makel breece ran a stop light around 9:00 last night. another car t-boned his. one of the passengers, 18-year- old tachina smith, died. authorities say she was not wearing her seatbelt. no one else was seriously injured. the driver is charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and failing to stop at a stop sign. troo d authorities are still investigating. the trial for a former unc student accused of driving drunk and killing three people is set to begin tomorrow. troopers say chandler tractors crashed into another car knowing the wrong way on i-40. a 6-year-old girl and two adults died. a judge ruled last week and decided to allow blood test, cell phone dash camera video as well as autopsy videos in this case.
alert. patricia jordan is 75 years old. she was last seen wearing a green the sleeveless shirt and black pants in princeton. if you know where she is, you are asked to call authorities. a south carolina teenager would face an additional murder charge in connection with plastic's shooting at an elementary's will in anderson county, south carolina. the 14-year-old is accused of killing his father yesterday 6-year-old jacob hall died from his injuries. another 6-year-old and a teacher survived the playground shooting. instead of thinking about the shooting that led to the death of jacob hall, his family wants everybody to remember a happy caring boy who was. we have that story. >> [ singing ] >> jacob hall used to sing this song to his mom renie.
a bad day, he would touch my face and tell me to pray to jesus. that jesus would make it okay. >> his family says they know about -- they know now that his six short years of life are meant to show everybody to love and not hate. >> jacob was an angel brought to this earth to show love, kindness and forgiveness. >> they say he loved sunday school, superheroes and going meghan hollingsworth. she was also shot on the playground with jacob wednesday. >> he says, every time i look at her, she looks at me. and she smiles. >> meghan hollingsworth, put her life in danger to get my baby to safety. >> his parents say greenville memorial hospital did everything they could to try to save him. they are grateful for the community support that allowed them to stay by his side until the end. >> think you for putting love
in your heart. thank you. >> now they believe jacob is making others smile by singing his song and heaven. -- in heaven. >> just heartbreaking. in a statement, the greenville memorial hospital says even though jacob did not overcome the severe blood loss he suffered from the shooting, he was a tremendous fighter. officials captured more zika carrying mosquitoes in miami beach. it was the first time they found any and two weeks. this can cause severe brain related birth defects when pregnant women become infected. authorities are investigating a deadly officer involved shooting in los angeles for police say it started as a pursuit of a stolen car. according to authorities, the
officers said they found a weapon at the scene. they are looking for the driver. a controversial move or kicked off the game for ecu. twenty members of the marching band took a knee well pertinent -- while continuing to perform. afterwards, the band walked off the field. musicians say they wanted to show support to athletes that are taking a stand against police treatment against respects the rights of students and staff to express their personal views. expect more protests this afternoon when nfl players take the field. according to tmc, washington wide receiver, jackson, plans to make a big statement with his footwear. we are told the athlete will wear specially designed cleats that feature yellow caution tape to protest social injustice.
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a dozen homes and several more structures destroyed in a california fire. authorities say it happen near the santa cruz mountains were seven square miles has been burned. firefighters contained about 66%. there is still a threat for hundreds of other buildings take mandatory evacuations remain in effect in santa clara county. we have been reporting on stories like this. many firefighters are battling the fires as they move through mountain areas. we do not have to deal with that type of severe weather we are dealing with flooding. >> tough terrain and california. when they do have these wildfires, it is tough to get those fires contained because of the terrain across a large portion -- portion of the state.
yesterday we had sunshine. more sunshine across the area today. here is a live look from the cary area. beautiful on the golf course this morning pick the sun coming up over the tree line. it is going to be a nice day today. a warm day today. a nice afternoon. after we get through some thick fog this morning, we have thick fog along the i-95 quarter. the clinton visibility is under a tenth of a mile. a few hundred yards at the most trick be careful on the roads for the next hour. temperatures across the region, in the 60s. and upper 50s. it is 58 and durham. it is 62 in raleigh. sixty-eight in fayetteville. dry at this point. seeing sunshine stick around throughout the day. temperatures climbing into the low 80s as afternoon. seventy-six by lunchtime. cooler weather in the forecast. i will have everything you need
it is 74 -- it is 7:44 a.m. the highway patrol is investigating a deadly crash in franklin county. troopers they makel breece ran a stop sign at pilot riley road around 9:00 last night. another car t-boned his one of the passengers, 18-year-old tachina smith, died. makel breece faces charges. people in jamaica are preparing for hurricane matthew. the hurricane is expected t and eastern cuba late today and tomorrow. the 6-year-old boy shot on his elementary school playground in south carolina has died. investigators say a 14-year-old killed his father and opened fire at a school in townsville hitting jacob hall, another student and teacher. thousands of mourners gather to honor michael fahy. chevy he was remembered by
far. the bravest lining the streets around annunciation church in yonkers. they come to remember fdn i -- fdny chief michael fahy. >> he was a firefighter but more portly, a father of three and a husband. >> i'm nowhere near starting to make sense of this. life with a thoughtful man who was filled with love. >> the last remnants of the flowers he bought me for no reason last week still sit on my kitchen counter. last friday, he sent me a text. the entire text simply read "i love you, your beautiful." >> michael fahy died after an explosion outside of a bronx home tuesday. >> he put him self in harm's way so others could be protected.
job. his fellow firefighters say he insisted on dressing properly. >> we asked him, why are you wearing pants? it is 100 degrees outside. without hesitation, "did you ever see patent wear shorts?." >> he graduated law school but decided to forgo that career to follow his heart. >> he could have become wealthy. he felt a different calling. >> he loved the department but his children. and today, the heartbroken little ones had the courage to step forward and say goodbye. >> my dad was a fair, kind and honest man and a wonderful dad. he was the perfect dad. he was coaching sports games and fighting fires. >> dad, you are the greatest. i could always count on you to be there when i needed you. you were always there on the
i know you were proud of me and i am so proud of you. debt, you are my hero. -- dad, you are my hero. >> what a powerful story and a well spoken child. two men believed to be part of the drug operation that were part of the explosion were arrested. twenty people were hurt. a 16-year-old facing charges after police in omaha, nebraska, say she killed her newborn. police say the teenager went into labor and delivered the premature baby girl at her apartment. investigators say the teenager threw the baby from the apartment window. her family claims they did not know she was pregnant. hillary clinton's campaign is challenging donald trump to release his taxes. this after a new york report claims that donald trump echoes business losses were so large that they could have allowed him from paying federal income
that donald trump is accusing the times of just trying to promote clinton. a state gop uses sarcasm to poke fun at bice presidential nominee tim kaine. they sent the senator from virginia gift back ahead of the vice president until debate. republicans in the basket included items for a nominee that they say has a history of flip-flopping on issues such as a weather vein, headache powder and north carolina peanuts. a well-known actor campaigned jeffrey wright, best known for his roles in the hunger games and james bond films, stopped at the clinton field office and raleigh. he is encouraging voters to take advantage of early voting. he also made stops in rocky mount today. parts of orlando, florida are dealing with flash flooding. you can see cars stuck in the water after a shopping center flooded. no reports of injuries.
any rain with the hurricane barreling through the caribbean. >> it looks like most of the hurricane will stay offshore. i will show you the latest weather model trends in a moment let's talk about what is happening right now. we have a beautiful start to the morning for most of us across north carolina. a look from shaw university showing blue sky and sunshine as we kick off sunday. guys are pretty clear. not much in the way of cloud cover popping up on the satellite. the radar showing some showers along the front that will continue to push offshore. not everywhere is seeing the sunshine. we do have some very thick fog. mostly along the i at 95 corridor. roanoke rapids, visibility down to a half-mile. about three tenths of a mile in rocky mount in. zero and smithfield. clinton, under a tenth of a mile. definitely a foggy start. use caution on the roads.
which is now in the 50s and low 60s for most of us. sixty-two and raleigh. and 58 in durham right now. it is 69 in rocky mount. it is 67 and roanoke rapids. and 67 in fayetteville. all these temperatures will be climbing into the low 80s this afternoon. after some patchy fog this morning, mostly sunny skies on the way for most of the day. nice outside. eighty-three is the high this afternoon. that is several degrees abo temperatures fall back into the 70s. we have this stationary front finally moving offshore. an area of high pressure beginning to come in from the west over the next couple of days. we can expect mostly sunny and warm conditions today and tomorrow. as a head into tuesday, wednesday and thursday, -- we will get cooler air ushered in.
temperatures in the 70s, for highs for the middle part of the week. friday and saturday, the forecast gets tricky. watching the next cold front approaching from the west at the same time, watching the track of hurricane matthew. the exact track may have an impact on the forecast for friday, saturday and sunday as well. something we will be watching closely. tracking the tropics here this morning. the latest on matthew. right now, as of the 8:00 a.m. update, the one just released from the national hurricane center, matthew has 150 mile- per-hour went, gusting up to 185 miles per hour. a strong category four hurricane. it will continue to move northwest today, tomorrow and most of the week, impacting jamaica, parts of haiti, eastern cuba, turks and caicos and the bahamas. it will be in the bahamas as a major hurricane -- category
strength. as matthew continues to move out of the bahamas back over the atlantic, most of the computer models in better agreement that matthew will not make an east coast landfall. likely writing the east coast and move further out to sea. something worth watching over the next couple of days. high temperatures across the area, 80s. eighty-three is a high in durham. tom -- tomorrow, still in the 80s. back tuesday, wednesday and thursday. extra clouds at the end of the week. the chance of a few showers friday and saturday. that will depend on how quickly the next cold front arrives and the exact track that matthew takes that we will be watching that very closely. >> you can always keep track on wncn.com. and check the latest on what the storm team is working on. it is 7:53 a.m. puppy kisses.
slaughter farm in south korea, they are in several no kill shelters in our state ready to be adopted. organizers with the humane society international and a maryland shelter rescued the 31 dogs took since the program started two years ago, the agency has transported $500 to the united states. early this morning, pope francis left georgia after he numb today visit to the country for his efforts to improve relations with the georgian orthodox setback. they decided not to send an official delegation to the pope's mass and reminded the orthodox faithful that they cannot participate in catholic services. talk about an assignment everybody would love to get. a big cooking competition. spending the morning eating the tasty entries during the farmer's market challenge. the event features chefs from all of your favorite restaurants. this marks the second year for the event. sean is always munching on good
i'm a little bit jealous. >> i saw him yesterday at bluegrass. >> we crossed pathways for a minute yesterday. >> yesterday was great across the area. temperatures warmed into the 80s took similar this afternoon. a little more sunshine. the high today, 83. tomorrow, 81. in the 70s after we get through tomorrow. the next chance of rain holds off until possibly friday into saturday. depending on h next cold front arrives. and the exact track of matthew. at this point, it looks like matthew will stay offshore. that is how the computer models look. >> matthew is certainly on the minds of many people in jamaica. we will have a look at the projected pathway. we will tell you what we can
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good morning. thank you so much for watching cbs north carolina at this 8:00 hour. >> good morning. we start right now with the latest on hurricane matthew as it turns south of jamaica. the effects of the category four storm have already been seen in parts of columbia triggering widespread flash flooding in neighborhoods on the coast. >> the hurricane is expected to move closer to jamaica, haiti and eastern cuba by late and i come early tomorrow. hurricane warnings are already in effect for those areas. >> projecting the pathway of the storm and what we can expecting north carolina. >> we just got the latest update from the national hurricane center.