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>> 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.
you can see a defined eyewitness the last two images so we'll continue to watch that to see if the eye continues, a clear indicator of the storm. it's moving north at 6 miles per hour and that will put it through the jamaica area, haiti, cuba later today into tomorrow and does not look like it will make landfall but can travel very close to each one of those countries, something we'll watch very a nice change of pace from last week. there is some concern as you head out the door, visibility a mile in rocky mount, less than that in lewisburg, zero visibility across johnston county. your forecast for today, 60 out the door with patchy fog, 78 at noon, and 82 our afternoon high. we'll let you know when some rain chances will return to the forecast in about ten minutes. chandler kenya will be back
trial. >> he is accused of driving drunk in orange county and crashing into another car, killing three people. last week, a judge denied two mogs to suppress evidence in that case. carleigh griffith has more. >> reporter: today motion hearing will be at the process that will start tomorrow and today's hearing will most likely determine whether or not a more in-depth process called voir dire will be used. in voir dire, each potential juror is interviewed individually instead of being questioned in a jury pool. it's used to weed out jurors with perceived bias or reasons a juror may not be fit to serve. this hearing comes just days after the defense filed motions to throw out several pieces of evidence, including cell phone
improperly served. the prosecution maintains it was valid and his parents never objected to giving up the phone. >> he did it. he had a cell phone, and three people are dead and one child is severely -- significantly injured. so it's a different, common sense approach. >> the judge denied the defense's motion to exclude that evidence. court is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. and we'll have a crew to bring you any new infor back to you. >> carleigh, thank you. police will remain the replaning portions of dash and body cam video from the death of keith scott. the family made a formal requests to be released to the public. official will grant the requests after the family views it. scott's family claims he was holding a book. the man accused of killing a shelby police officer is
extradited to north carolina last week and was captured in rhode island after he killed tim brackein. deputy have sought the death penalty against him. people have the chance to remember an 18-year-old who died after a week crash in franklin county. this is an update story we brought you. he ran a stop sign at pilot wiley and williams wright roads around another car t-boned his and a passenger, 18-year-old tasheena smith, died. she was not wearing a seatbelt. no one else was seriously injured. the suspect is charged with misdemeanor death and failing to stop at a stop sign. authorities are still investigating. neighbors near the intersection where the wreck happened said crashes are common. traffic does not have to stop. people who live there.
don't stop and ignore the stop signs. safety measures could include a four-way stop and adding flashlights. >> people going to drive through and see it and keep things from happening like what happened last night, took some 18-year-old's girl life. >> she was t-boned in the same spot assarted night's wreck and said it can be hard to see cars as the road curve in opposite direction on either side intersection. tasheena's mother's faith is keeping her going. she dreamedded of becoming an ob/gyn and her family is asking for help with burial expenses. >> the first to go to college, she was home for the weekend, visiting. she was happy, a bright student, and so upset her life
she recently graduated as an honor roll student. her mom is is inviting people who would like to honor her and her life to come to whitley park tonight at 6:00. breaking overnight, a spokesperson for kim kardashian west said the reality star was held up at gunpoint inside her parents' hotel room. the celebrity said the seasons were two armed masked men dressed as police officers. kardashian west was "badly shaken but physically millions of dollars of jewels. her husband, kanye west, was performing in new york at the time. >> all right, this is a family emergency, i have to stop the show. >> west abruptly ended the concert and left the stage. no word on whether the couple's two kids, 3-year-old north and 10- month-old saint, were in the hotel room. she's in paris for fashion week. last week, someone tried to assault her as she walked into
good monday morning. if you're get ready to hit the roads and head to work, many areas looking in pretty good shape this morning, 540 and 440, no issues. i-40 eastbound side, the weather finally cooperating for that lane shift overnight so on i-40 from east wheeler to saunders street, drivers will use three new inside lanes so a new traffic pattern as you start your monday morning drive, definitely keep that in mind here this morning. as far as road thenwood avenue that will take you 17 minutes. on 440 from newborn to wade avenue, a smooth 8 minute ride. here's 40 at aviation parkway, where traffic volumes are picking up. we'll have more update in just a few minutes. >> thanks so much. 5:37 now. roads blocked, buildings vandalized. more protests after the deadly shooting of a teenager in los angeles. what some are now calling for. plus the rescue operation
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time is now 5:40 on this and this is a live picture from the airport as we start off our morning, not a lot of fog in that direction but if you travel to our east, that's where the densest fog is visibility less than a mile in lewisburg and rocky mount, still reporting zero visibility in smithfield and johnston county, half a mile visibility in goldsboro, 1.3 miles in clinton. you can see the fog really dense up and down the 95 corridor and we spread out towards mecklenburg county and virginia, visibility at 1.5
temperature, 60 south hill, upper 50s in roxboro and lewisburg, 62 right now in raleigh, 63 lillington, 64 in fayetteville. all in all, pretty comfortable, dry, as we start off our morning, kids heading to the bus stop may want a light jacket as they're standing out there. let's get to the forecast patchy fog on the forecast, 60s. 80s as the kids get home from school, plenty of sunshine, and warmer than normal this time of year and towards tuesday and wednesday. wednesday right around 74 degrees. we'll have the latest on matthew and when it can bring rain to our area in your complete storm team forecast. >> oh, matthew, such a nuisance. 5:41 in the morning. up next -- >> i been born and raised in charlotte. and i never felt this way till now. [ indistinct ] how could anyone forget this little girl who got national attention from last
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hurricane matthew is heading towards haiti. the powerful storm is expected to be close to residents are bracing for flash flood and violent winds. a motions hearing is set to take place for a form other unc student accused of driving drunk and killing three people. chandler kenya crashed into another car while heading the wrong way in orange county. a 6-year-old girl and two adults died. police are searching for the person who shot and killed two student from north carolina
a shooting at a party on campu . police in los angeles are called to name the officer involved in a deadly shooting. protestors took to the streets again last night. an 18-year-old was shot and killed near his home after he was a passenger in a stolen vehicle and ran from the scene and had a gun. witness said the teen did not have a gun and was running with >> and it's not right. we supposed to be god's children. why us? why? because we don't look like y'all? that's why? >> police said the driver did escape after the chase and is still on the loose. a man accusedded in a nearly 30-year-old rape case in goldsboro is expected in court today. a woman was raped after leaving the pizza inn in 1987. a suspect was not identified
first-degree kidnapping and two other crimes. jury selection will begin for the judge accused of bribing an fbi agent. judge arnold jones wanted copies of text messages between his wife and another man and offered to pay for them. jones tried to get his case dismissed but was denied. the trial will happen in wilmington. this comes as jones is running for reelection for his superior court seat. michelle obama will be in carolina tomorrow, campaigning she will stop in raleigh and charlotte and speak at the charlotte convention center at noon and then appear at nc state's reynolds coliseum at 3:00. she will focus on younger vote and lay out what is at stake in november and encourage north carolinians to register to vote before the october 14 deadline. clinton made a surprise visit yesterday to a charlotte church, speaking to the predominantly african-american congregation of the ame church.
of scott and had a message about division in the country. >> they say all of our problems would be solved by more law and order, as if the systemic racism plaguing our country doesn't exist. >> the girl who told the charlotte county about the sheeting was there. clinton is trying to rally support from people who are unenthusiastic about her as a candidate for president. people are still trying to dry off from flooding in cumberland region, especially after more than 10 inches of rain fell in fayetteville. several homes and vehicles were
ditches remain full of water. some people said they need the city of fayetteville to do more. >> we have to recover. our house smells like mold, mildew, the furniture is messed up. every time it rains, we have to leave. we can't, you know, chance it, because we have to leave every single time. >> her mother is looking to sell their home and relocate. more than 3 feet of water damaged furniture and other household items, certainly no fun for folks down there last the weather from matthew and feel for those folks in haiti because that is a country where the infrastructure is not really, you know, substantial enough to handle a 4. >> they could be on the very dangerous side of that storm as we head towards later today into tomorrow. >> absolutely. >> we'll work on the track and show you warnings and watches in effect. i want to show you a live picture from shaw university as we star off our morning.
shot this morning, no fog to really impact that view in downtown. now, there is plenty of fog elsewhere and really densest fog to our east this morning, really eastern portions of wake county, the 95 corridor, seeing visible at times -- look at that, johnston county, zero visibility, less than a mile lewisburg, less than a mile and a half rocky mount, less than a half mile in goldsboro, full visibility in raeford and pinehurst, goows let's get to the latest temperature, 62 raleigh and durham, clayton, 59 in lewisburg and roxboro. walking you through the day, let me show you what we have planned, patchy fog, 60 there, 75 at lunchtime. if you're taking lunch outdoors, weather will cooperate perfectly. 80 as we head into the afternoon, a little warm for this time of year, a pleasant
those conditions. let's get to the future forecast. we'll talk about this quickly because not a lot will go on, high pressure controlling our weather, bringing us fantastic conditions today into tonight and tomorrow morning, the a/c won't run full blast because it will be comfortable, plenty of sunshine, just a few clouds from time to time. now, let's get to the latest on matthew. russ and i were just talking about this, 130 miles per hour is the strongest wind with this right now, moving north about 6 miles per hour so let's go ahead and put the track into motion here it looks like it will stay east of jamaica, could cross extreme western portions of haiti and extreme eastern portions of cuba tomorrow. tomorrow at 2:00, wind at 130 miles per hour, category 4 storm there. it will weaken into a category 3, a major hurricane as it barrels through the bahamas thursday morning, wind around 120 miles per hour.
stays off shore of georgia and south carolina. we're watching this error cone because charleston, south carolina, wellington, north carolina, in that. most of the models still keep this strong off shore and could be close enough to bring very dangerous rip currents to north carolina coast and high surf as well. that wouldn't be until late this week into the beginning of the weekend. now, speaking of all warnings and across the caribbean, we have a hurricane warning where you see the red color including jamaica, western haiti, cuba, 80 our temperature and will be
rain associated with what is hurricane matthew, low-to-mid- 70s during the time frame. good morning, everyone. we're off to a quiet start and we have major a big change on 540 east side this morning. the drivers able to use the inside lane and construction vehicles will move to the outside. traffic is looking good and i- 40 to u.s. 264, ten minute
have you ever paid $10,000 for a tank of gas? i really doubt it, but a florida couple said a that much. they didn't realize they were charged $10,000 until they tried to use the credit card the next day. the couple had accidentally been charged for 27,000-gallon of gas. when she went to cancel the card and talk to the business owner, it was frustrating. >> it stemmed from the glitch in his gas pump, and he just wouldn't ever own up to the fact he was wrong.
putting their own spin on the "biggest loser" challenge. the river church's lead pastor suffered medical scare. he encouraged members to join him in getting a healthy mind, body, and soul. the program included 5k walk and runs and partnered with a local gym. >> i mean, if they would be in the physical and spiritual, it would amazing, a great initiative for us. >> we have seen blood pressures lowered, weight drop, people accomplish their first 5k ever. >> the winner of the challenge walked away with a $300 check. an estimated 15,000 people packed franklin street for the art festival. nearly 100 showcased photography, jewelry, and other
for the 44th annual event. 5- month-old baby manatees are safe after being rescued in the florida key. the mom died, likely after a boat strike. because they could not survive on their own, they were rescued and evaluated before undergoing rehabilitation and being release into the wild. >> good to know they're safe. >> absolutely. 5:57 in the morning. the sound of chainsaws has jamaica as people prepare for hurricane matthew. and alyssa is tracking matthew and will have a look at its projected path and what with it could mean for us. we have a lot of fog outside, kind of dangerous in specific areas. alyssa will tell us where you need to be careful as you head to work or take the kids to school. stay with us.
>> good monday morning. thank you for watching. i'm russ bowen. it is 6:00 in the morning. >> good morning to you, russ. good morning to you at home. i'm beairshelle edme, in for stefan chase. let's look at what is going on with matthew and if it could have an effect for us here. >> that's the big question what will matthew mean for us. it won't impact us until the weekend. this is category 4 hurricane spinning around the caribbean, wind at 130 miles per hour but gusts as strong as 160 miles per hour. it's really moving north very slowly at this point in time at about 6 miles per hour so