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>> good morning and thank you for watching cbs north carolina. i'm beairshelle edme, in for stefan chase. >> good morning, beairshelle. we're glad to have you this morning. i'm russ bowen. matthew is starting to bring strong winds to jamaica. a hurricane warning is in effect for gentleman may >> alyssa corfont has been tracking path. we will have to watch the path of the storm late this week into the upcoming weekend and is south of jamaica, 225 miles south of jamaica.
look at this wind as strong as 130 miles per hour. it's still a powerful hurricane. we'll track its path coming up. i want to bring you closer to home and look at this. it makes me smile on a monday. a little bit of fog and could slow you down so let's get to the latest on the fog and is less than a take your time if that's where you're heading this morning. 60 degrees at 8:00 a.m., 78, plenty of sunshine at lunchtime. we'll make it to 82 this afternoon, a bit above normal, normal high being 77 this time of year and a closer look at matthew in the forecast. >> thank you. the man accused of killing three people while driving drunk will appear in court. he was underage at the time of
>> according to the district attorney's office, there will be a hearing this morning, a motion hearing related to the jury selection process. carleigh griffith explain what is this will mean. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, russ. jury selection will begin as early as tomorrow. today, a judge will hear a motion to use a process caused voir dire to find a jury. it will allow attorneys to speak individually with each juror to better determine each serve. this comes after another last weekend which came to attorneys asked to throw out two piece of evidence in the case, cell phone records and blood tests. a judge denied those motions. the former unc student's attorneys said it's not easy for the family to sit through
victims and talk about that all the time and they will never be okay, never will be. >> reporter: if allowed, the jury selection process scheduled to start tomorrow will take more time. court is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. this morning and we will have a crew to bring you new developments. back to you guys. >> carleigh, thank you. after two students from north carolina a&t university were killed yesterday, police said no arrests have been made. this brought you as breaking news. they were attending a house party and caught in the crossfire a few block from the university campus. >> i felt like it was a devastating situation because two lives were lost and, like, it could have been me, you know what i'm saying? i could have been at the house party. >> there's no evidence the victims were part of the fight
a man has been charged in a shooting in fairfield after an argument at home on cardswell drive. the 32-year-old shot his uncle. authorities said the men were business partners and shot him after an argument. white is charged in last malloy. the 23-year-old was found shot in a minivan outside an apartment complex. neal was charged with murder two days after malloy's death. the d.o.t. and governor safety program will announce the zero initiative at nc state. the goal is to have no traffic- related deaths on north carolina roads through
reduce risky driving. our state has 30 state troopers in ranks but that's not nearly enough needed to patrol our roads. there's a shortage of nearly 200 troopers statewide and budget cuts during the recession are key issue. the force had trouble filling positions due to retirement. nearly 200 troopers retired from 2012 to 2015. there are 1600 troopers on donald trump's campaign is trying to move past a new york times report on his tax return. hillary clinton stumps in ohio today. latest poll have her trailing the republican nominee. jamie yuccas has the latest from new york. >> reporter: donald trump supporters deferred the republican nominee against a "new york times" report that claims the billionaire businessman may have paid no federal income taxes for nearly two decades. >> absolute genius. it's a perfectly legal
shown more genius in their way to maneuver around the tax code as he rightfully used the laws to do that. >> reporter: in 1995 he claimed $9,916,000,000 in losses after several businesses went bankrupt. >> this information is extremely relevant and on point to the election that we're in the midst of right now. >> reporter: trump is threatening to sue the newspaper for what he insists is a obtained material. >> hillary clinton thinks bernie sanders support it are hopeless and ignorant basement dwellers. >> reporter: the democratic nominee had this veiled jab for trump while courting black voters in north carolina yesterday. >> there are some out there
division. >> reporter: on sunday, clinton picked up an endorsement from cavaliers star lebron james. >> lebron called clinton the clear choice for president and later today, trump campaigns in colorado. good monday morning. we're off to a quiet start on our roads outside around the area, no major issues to make you aware of on i-540 or a change if you're heading eastbound through project fortify. the weather finally cooperated for the lane shift from lake wheeler to south saunders street. drivers will be in three new inside lanes instead of outside lanes so watch for slowdowns as drivers figure that out for the monday morning ride here. westbound, things looking good on triangle expressway, 540 and 40. as you step out the door,
moving just fine. we'll have updates throughout the morning. >> thanks so much. just before 5:08. the triangle heart walk took place. how much money was raised for heart health education and research. and investigation into the new jersey train crash continues. we'll tell you what the ntsb is saying about the investigation. well, temperatures are pretty comfortable. check these out, 61 smithfield, 62 clinton, 60 goldsboro. the rest of the i'll look at your forecast and latest on matthew 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
the door, here's the drive time forecast. sunrise doesn't happen until 7:12 now this morning, later and later. we're at 62 right now but do believe we'll fall to the upper 50s through 7:00 a.m. before we climb again, slowly at first, 60 at 8:00 this morning, 64 by 9:00 a.m., cool enough for the kids at the bus stop and you may want a light jacket there. as far as visibility is concerned, things improving in visibility and 5 in fayetteville, 4 lewisburg. you can see numbers updating now, 0 visibility around the smithfield area and where we see these white clouds is where the fog is densest this morning so certainly portions of nash, edgecombe and wayne counties. 59 roxboro and south hill, 63 lillington. planning your day ahead, we talked about the morning drive
to 77 for a pleasant evening ahead. we will have more in your complete storm team forecast. >> thanks, alyssa. thousands of people took part in the triangle heart walk. some heart disease or stroke survivors walked for themselves and others participated in memory of a family member. experts said cardiovascular disease if is the number one cause of death in america. the walkers raised $1.6 million for donations with money used for life-sav education. the time right now is 5:12. a community dadders to remember a 6-year-old boy in south carolina killed after gunfire opened at his school playground. up next, how the community came together to honor his memory and his six short years of life. then a scary day for several hot air balloon passengers in new mexico. we'll show intense video of a
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look at top stories. the u.s. national hurricane center said matthew, a category 4 storm, is expected to be close to the southwestern tip of haiti today or tomorrow and residents are bracing for flash floods and strong winds. troopers said tasheena smith died when the driver she was riding with did not stop at a vigil will take place today at whitley park. a spokesperson for kim kardashian west said she was unharmed after being robbed in her hotel room. the robbers were two mask mend dressed as police officers. her husband cut short a performance in new york after getting word. the engineer in the commuter train that crashed in new jersey last week said he was going only 10 miles per hour when he approached the station in hoboken. thomas gallagher has no memory
hundreds of balloons were released to remember a 6-year- old shot and killed on a school playground last week and to help their small community heal. a community service was held at oakdale baptist church. jacob hall's family said they were overwhelmed at all the support. >> i'm glad to see our community came together. >> this is overwhelming. words cannot express how i feel right now. i feel with me. >> jacob's memory will live on at townville elementary and in the community. what seemed like a picture- perfect day for balloons in new mexico turned to a nightmare for some. two balloons crash into power lines during the event and one balloon hit a fence. this video captured of the landing. fortunately, nobody was hurt in
early yesterday morning we were talking about the same event and went smoothly and here you have a very different outcome there. >> the weather conditions have to be just right for hot air balloons. i've always wanted to go for a ride in one but seeing these stories -- [ indistinct ] certainly good conditions here. 62 degrees. here's a live picture to start our morning. we're looking from our tower camera. downtown raleigh, the only real will be some morning fog so if you're get ready to head out right now, visibility just a few miles around lewisburg, rocky mount, raleigh. look at goldsboro, reporting visibility at a half mile throughout portion of johnston county, 0 visibility so please, take your time and remember low beams you encounter the fog.
lillington. pinehurst, 60, and raeford, 61 so there is some fog. we're back to 75 at lunchtime and feeling great. we'll make it to 80 this to 77 towards 6:00 this evening. not a lot going on, high pressure in control meaning clouds from time to time and no rain to worry about today tonight, or tuesday. we're starting off dry with a few clouds towards tomorrow afternoon as well and this is hurricane matthew, still a
wind at 130 miles per hour and south-southeast of jamaica. it will stay to the east of jamaica and could cross over extreme western portion of haiti before traveling to cuba as a category 4 storm. high terrain here so i wouldn't be surprised if the storm weakens but only a category 3 as it passes the bahamas thursd wind of 120 miles per hour and let's look at where the storm would be friday into the upcoming weekend, still a category 2 storm as it traveling off shore but very close to florida, georgia, south carolina. certainly going to be watching this closely. i have some rain chances in the forecast friday into saturday
where we look at the trends and when they get closer to the north carolina coast, it will spread because it's far out over the weekend ahead and will have to fine tune the forecast in the coming days. 79 in durham, and overnight tonight, 60, partly cloudy, comfortable. as we head into the coming days, 77 tomorrow, 74 on wednesday and low 70s matthew will be here friday into saturday. 5:20. let's check the roadways with kristin. >> good morning, alyssa. good morning, everyone. roads are in great shape to start your monday morning drive, no major issues on i after 540, 440, but on 40, we have a change you will notice for monday morning. the weather finally did cooperate for the fortify lane shift from lake wheeler to
three inside lanes and the struck vehicles. things are looking pretty good and rtp to 64, 24 minutes and things are looking good. here's i-40 at wade avenue. we'll have more in just a little it. >> good to see it flowing, nice and easy. 5:21 in the morning. it was a scary game morning sports report. plus an update on the
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14-0. that was the panthers record the last time they went to face atlanta. carolina was trying to pull off franchise history. this time around, records were different but the stakes were just as high. cam newton and the panthers entered yesterday knowing they could not afford a loss. unfortunately, that is exactly what matt ryan wanted to give them, 5 for 5 on the opening drive to finish that drive with a touchdown toss to tight end tammey. very good for the fantasy team. after a failed drive, the falcons get the ball again and score again.
defense had its moments. coleman picked off the pass to take it to the end zone to mirror atlanta's lead. they were up by seven. panthers went into comeback mode. they were down three scores until cam newton found benjamin for the touchdown. that's nice. on the two-point conversion, things get scary. for some reason, newton slowed down before get into the end zone and took a huge hit at the goal line and had to go to the locker r in came anderson. he led care lie that down the field and check out that, very nice one-hand grab by olson. if you're a panthers fan, that's the play of the game. if you're a falcons fan, this is. he's only the fifth player to have 300 yards receiving in one game in nfl history and the
they did some really good things and you know, we saw julio as an explosive player. we knew he was an explosive player. sometimes you have to give credit to the opponent and, again, i'm giving credit to them. they did some good things. >> they will take on the you can nears week from -- buccaneers one week from tomorrow. you can see great plays on the high school football field and last week was we added up the votes and emannuel's pick six against lees road give some light in the first half. that's all the time we have this morning for sport but be sure to tune in at 6:00 and 111 for local sports news. we'll update you on the concussion cam newton suffered yesterday and we'll head to chapel heel where the tar heels
on cbs north carolina. >> tough season for sure for those panthers. well, the time right now is 5:26. coming up in our next half hour -- the trial for kenya will start this week but first, the student accused of killing three people while driving drunk will be in court today. i'll tell you why, next. before you head out the door this morning, here's a look outside. a little foggy and a lot of question about matthew and if it will affect the united states but before it is roaring through the caribbean right now.
>> i'm sorry, family emergency. i have to stop the show. breaking overnight, we learn what family emergency forced kanye west to leave the stage. what happened to his wife, kim kardashian. a lot of people are talking about that this morning. thank you for watching. it's 5:30. i'm russ bowen. >> i'm beairshelle edme. we start with tracking the tropics. matthew is threatening to bring torrential rainfall and winds. a hurricane warning is in effect for jamaica. residents are urged to leave ahead of matthew. >> it's become the strongest hurricane since felix -- i keep wanting to say "phoenix" -- back in 2007. alyssa corfont has a look at matthew's latest path. >> hey, guys, good morning to you, and good morning to you at home. here's the 5:00 a.m. advisory just in from the national hurricane center, wind of 130 miles per hour, gusts as strong as 160.