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north carolina news at 6 starts now. >> right now on cbs north carolina, a little girl missing at this hour, who police are looking for. >> plus a local prison on lockdown after what some call a riot. we'll show you what's going on there this morning. >> and the impact hurricane matthew is having on the election. >> good morning, everyone, thanks for watching this morn could start your week with us, i'm justin quesinberry in today for stefan chase. first, we want to get a check of what's going on with the weather and alyssa's got that for us. >> yeah, today is going to be a little bit warmer than where we were yesterday, but we're still starting off with those clear skies. the clear skies actually going to continue for the next few days. right now this is a live picture from our satellite radar composite, and not showing anything in and around central north carolina.
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good news as you get ready to head for the door on this monday morning. stars the temperatures are concerned, they have dropped a few more degrees here in raleigh. we are now at 47 degrees. 46 in clayton. we have 49 in lillington and sanford. right around 50 in pinehurst, 52 in durham, and then the mid- 40s continue around roxboro and henderson this morning. here's your forecast for the day ahead, sunny skies from start to finish. 68 at lunchtime, a bit warmer later today with a high of 75. i will walk you through changes this workweek will bring in your forecast coming up in about 10 minutes. we begin with breaking news, a north hampton county girl is at the center of an amber alert. the sheriff's office is looking for zahreiah gilliam. the 12-year-old was seeing wearing a pink long sleeved shirts, she was last seen at 6:30 yesterday afternoon in woodland. the other big story is in wayne county.
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four-hour disturbance there. >> lauren haviland is at the prison with the latest developments. >> reporter: normally there are 800 inmates housed at the neuse correctional institute here in goldsboro. earlier this morning about 500 of them had to be moved to a different facility because of the damage caused during that disturbance. the department of public safety officials tell us a small group of inmates set at least two separate fires at the prison afternoon. one was set in the prison's diagnostic building, and one was set in the storage shed that held supplies and that is destroyed. officials say the inmates involved also broke windows and damaged four dorm rooms. you could still see the smoke coming from the minimum security prison around midnight. according to authorities one prison employee is being treated for minor injuries while responding to the disturbance, one inmate was assaulted but has been treated and released.
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they consider it a riot if the inmates take control of the facility and in this case they did not. pamela walker who is a spokesperson for the state department of safety says she's been with the state for 17 years, and there has not been an instance like this at the neuse facility. >> they're going in and assessing what damage the inmates -- that the inmates caused inside the prison facility but all the inmates are in secure fence. >> and there do remain about 300 inmates here. those other 500 inmates had to be moved to a different facility. for those inmates that still remain here at the neuse correctional institute, there is still a lockdown in place and extra staff on hand. live if goldsboro, lauren haviland cbs north carolina. with just 15 days until election day, north carolina will once again be in the spotlight. republican vice presidential
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donald trump will be in kinston on wednesday. hillary clinton and first lady michelle obama will hold a rally together on thursday in winston-salem. and donald trump will spend today campaigning in florida. the gop nominee continues to claim the election is rigged against him. that strategy appears to be working. those claims have resonated with members of his party and he's cutting into clinton's lead. >> if we win on november 8th, we are going to fix our rigged it's a rigged, broken corrupt system. it's rigged. it's broken. it's corrupt. they want me to take that back. let me tell you, folks it's a rigged system. >> hillary clinton will campaign in new hampshire today following a visit to north carolina on sunday. the democratic nominee spoke at st. augustine's university along with the mothers of the movement. they're mothers whose children died in gun violence or police- related incidents. she addressed a crowd in charlotte on sunday. clinton talked about her plan
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old fashioned idea, if i'm asking you for your vote, i should tell you what i want to do, right? and maybe i'll admit, maybe it's kind of a woman thing, we make lists. right? we make our lists, and then we try to figure out what we're going to get done and cross it off. but i feel strongly that everything i'm proposing is doable. i'm not -- i think we can get the economy to work for everyone, not just those at the top. i really believe that. >> before the rally, clinton stopped for services at the union baptist church in durham. the mothers of the movement joined clinton where they discussed clinton's vision for criminal justice reform. and the commander in chief is on the trail campaigning for clinton. president obama will be in los angeles today following a rally in nevada last night.
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>> you got an ace and you got a jack. but you got to make sure to turn over the card by voting. this game doesn't start on november 8th. the game ends on november 8th. it's starting right now. >> early voting continues today here in north carolina. for many hurricane matthew victims hitting the polls might be the last thi >> the tar heel state is up for grabs and every vote counts. as jamie yucca shows us many votes were lost in the flooding. >> like i don't have anything. >> it's been almost a month since hurricane matthew barreled down on north carolina, but towns like fairmont are still feeling the effects. alice mcnair 's home is flooded out, full of mold and water logged floors. >> i'm just doing the best i can to keep my head above the
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that i lost. >> mcnair and her family are now crammed into one home, but they're some of the lucky ones. close to a thousand people were still being housed in emergency shelters this week. others are lining up for food instead of lining up for early voting ballots in the toughly contested battleground state of north carolina. more than 550,000 registered voters live in the six income counties where almost a foot of bridges for weeks. even some polling places were swept away. election workers are struggling find places for people to vote. a person needs a mailing address where the ballot can be sent. >> i don't think the early voting is stirring up a lot of enthusiasm due to matthew. a lot are not interested right now. they're just trying to get back in their homes, get some normalcy back. >> the stakes are high.
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just 14,000 votes in north carolina. mcnair plans to vote but right now that's not what she's focused on. >> finding me somewhere to live on my own again, that's my number one priority. >> early voting in north carolina continues monday through november the 5th. voters have until november 1st to request an absentee ballot. that may allow some people enough time to get back into their homes. jamie yuccas, cbs news new york. getting busy as people head on into work on this monday morning. we do have a crash if you're traveling through the raleigh area, major highways look pretty good. we have one on i-40 eastbound near chapel hill road, exit 290, nc54 area. otherwise we do have road closures because of hurricane matthew. you can see them here in red, a bunch out there, especially if
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hoke, cumberland counties. nc581 closed at u.s. 70 as you travel near the princeton area and wayne county one of the areas hit hardest. fayetteville we have a lane blocked on nc59 hope hills road. have another check on traffic coming up. 6:09 right now, coming up on your monday morning, rescue at sea. incredible video, watch as the coast guard helped save this entire family. >> and it's truly a once in a lifetime wait until you hear just how much people are spending on world series tickets. >> and temperatures before you get ready to head out the door this morning, 46 in smithfield, the low 50s in goldsboro and clinton. i'll have a close look at what
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run right now. this all started last night in wellston, 35 miles northeast of oklahoma city. police responded to a call and found two people dead, that's when someone started shooting at the officers. authorities are looking for michael dale vance junior. they believe he's still armed. the ntsb is heading to palm springs california to investigate a deadly bus crash. at least 13 people died yesterday when a tour bus hit a semi truck on main thoroughfare. dozens of others were injured. right now investigators are looking into the speed of the bus. authorities say the trailer of the semi truck entered about 15 feet into the bus. >> in almost 35 years i've never been to a crash where there's been 13 confirmed fatal accidents so it's tough. >> it seems as though most of the victims were unrestrained and thereforwere flown
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sustaining facial trauma. >> passengers told if officials that most people were asleep when the crash occurred. the 1996 bus did not have seat belts and likely did not have a black box that newer vehicles do feature. check this out, the coast guard rescued three adults and an 8-year-old girl this weekend in the gulf of mexico. you're looking at the rescue from about 12 miles west of johns pass, florida. when the coast guard arrived they found a family clinging to the hull of a boat. jackets and they are expected to be okay. that's good news for them. >> absolutely. >> so i walk outside this morning, and i'm thinking one of two things has happened. >> okay. >> either it's warmer or i've just gotten used to the cold mornings we had over the weekend. >> i thought you were going to question if alyssa has her snuggie or not. >> it was cold this weekend. we started off yesterday in the 30s. and no, you aren't getting used to it. it is milder this morning.
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earlier this morning. before we get to that, i want to show you another picture from our one and only russ bowen. >> so beautiful. >> it's gorgeous. this is along the blue ridge parkway from the weekend. along the tops of the mountains they're seeing a lot of color already. here on the lower elevations here in central north carolina, we're really not seeing a lot start to change just yet. if you want to check these pictures out, head to russ' page. we'd also love to see your pictures. you can e-mail those to @ we're at 47 in raleigh, 52 in durham, 50 in siler city. also 50 in pinehurst, and yes, there are no 30s on the map this morning. that's some good news. enjoy it because tomorrow these numbers, these comparisons are going to be completely opposite. it will be much colder. for today we are 12 degrees warmer in durham. 14 degrees warmer in sanford. a 10-degree jump from yesterday in south hill and in roanoke
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heading to the bus stop. remember, sunrise doesn't happen until 7:30. please pay attention at those local bus stops. 48 getting on the bus this morning, clear and cool. 75 our high. warmer than where we were yesterday, and today's going to be that last warmer day because look at this, tomorrow we drop into the 60s. we'll stay there for wednesday and thursday. we do have small rain chances in our forecast for the week ahead. i'll let you know when they arrive coming up. thanks a lot alyssa. 6:15 right now, and next, a possible cure for jet it's still early but researchers might be close to finding relief for travelers. >> and that masthay. hundreds of women in yoga pants
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in a new approach in breast cancer treatment. >> doug champion has some of the day's top health stories. >> a new study suggests doctors
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chemotherapy. researchers surveyed more than 1500 women with early stage breast cancer and found nearly two-thirds regarded the precision medicine test helpful when deciding if chemotherapy is necessary. researchers in north carolina say measurable changes were found in the brains of young football players after just one season on the field, even among student who is had not suffered concussions. doctors say the new data indicate the need for further study long-term health. and more americans are having medical procedures outside the hospital operating room that require nearby. that's according to researchers in dallas. they found more than one third of americans undergoing such procedures have them done outside the or, an increase of 27% in the past five years. those are some of the day's top health stories, don champion cbs news dallas.
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for jet lag, temporary oxygen deprivation. they discovered the solution is thin air. they say decreasing oxygen intake for a short period of time helped mice recover from jet lag faster. does it work best before, during or after a flight. all of us have had it. it would be nice to know if there is something to make it better. >> i feel like i have jet lag sometimes on this shift because you get up so early. >> i like having >> i don't know if i'd give that up. [ laughter ] >> let's get straight to it, today is going to be a warmer one, so highs in the 70s. right now, though, we're at 47 degrees, and this is a live picture from our tower camera. certainly seeing more cars get out on the roadways as we do start off our monday morning. it's a new workweek, we're right around 45 in henderson,
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fayetteville, pinehurst good morning, you're at 50 along with siler center and thanedom 52. hour-by-hour for you, it's a cool start to the morning, not quite as cold as where we were yesterday. that's some good news. 48 at 8 a.m., 58 at 10 a.m. 68 at noon. 75 for an afternoon high back to 70 as we head towards 6:00 this evening. your satellite and radar composite not showing a lot, but this is a past few hours. you can see those showers moving across central pennsylvania fading out. that's the only indicator we have on our map this morning that we actually have a cold front to our north. that cold front is going to drop through our area today, and as it does it's going to usher in much cooler temperatures as we head into our tuesday. highs in the low to mid-60s which is much cooler than our normal high for 71 this time of the year. here's your future forecast,
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right on through the afternoon hours. as we head into overnight tonight, clear, which means tomorrow morning will likely be chillier than where we are right now. that sunshine isn't going anywhere. it's still looking at pretty clear skies as we head towards tomorrow at 6:00. your high today 75 in raleigh, 74 in durham, right around 77 in fayetteville. then overnight tonight, how does 44 sound for an overnight low. some of you may have to kick on the heat. i know i bit the bu 65 on wednesday. a small chance for a shower late thursday into the first thing friday. we could also see another isolated shower or two as we head towards saturday. all in all, the weekend ahead doesn't look like a washout. the sunny skies will be back for us by sunday. 6:21 right now, lets go ahead and check in with ali. good morning, bright and early on this monday morning i- 40 at old irwin is starting to slow down. we have a crash on i-40 as well.
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side. lets take you right to it. it hopefully will be cleared in a few minutes. i-40 near chapel hill road we have a reported crash there. taking you out of the raleigh area and giving you a bigger picture of our whole viewing area here, we do still have a lot of roads closed because of hurricane matthew. as you head out the door you still have to be very careful and probably give yourself extra time if you're heading through cumberland county area. hope mills road southbound side times heading to rtp on 540, u.s. 64 going to take you 23 minutes from garner on 40 and on the toll road u.s. 1. back outside to i-40 at airport boulevard, you can see a lot of people have had their coffee and are out there. we're seeing a lot more headlights out there. >> a loft people on the way to work. >> coming up, a new way to monitor astronauts in space.
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those space suits.
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it's called "the snake:" a long, skinny congressional district drawn along i-85 to segregate african american voters. "the snake" and others like it were drawn by state legislators as a partisan power grab. and justice bob edmunds?
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for supreme court, we deserve better than bob edmunds. wal-mart is investing millions in an effort to feed china and the latest technology for astronauts focuses on their underwear. cbs's hena daniels joins us live york stock exchange. i can't wait to hear this one. >> a lot of good stories today. good morning russ, happy monday. wal-mart says it will pump $50 million into a company called u data, china's largest online grocery business. it will offer a two-hour delivery window on groceries new data has more than 25 million customers and delivers to more than 300 cities. the canadian space agency
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an almost $2 million contract to advance technology on smart shirts for astronauts. astro skin is a biomonitoring system designed to be warn to collect data on astronaut's vital signs, activity and sleep quality. the shirt will get a test run on the international space station in 2018. russ. >> i feel like that's going to catch on for many people who are just athletes in general here on earth. you know, like fit bit kind of >> exactly. >> especially when we work off those girl scout cookies we're going to eat. what's the big thing they're trying to do outside the cookie box now. >> we're always hungry and the girl scouts at general mills are working on a girl scout cookie cereal, thin mint and caramel crunch. they will be available come this january, and russ, i have a weakness for thin mints so i'm very excited about this.
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certainly as a little dessert or a nice little snack. so delicious. >> lunch, dinner, send it my way. >> 3 a.m., you know, which is actually, you know, early morning for us, and most people are asleep, but it would be certainly very good. good to see you, thanks so much. we'll see you tomorrow. >> i'll take them for breakfast or anytime of the day. what's your favorite kind. >> of what? cookie? >> yeah. >> any one that is in the b in my mouth. >> i like all of them, what's the one with the coconut and stuff. those are good. what are they called? >> i forget, our producer's trying to tell us. it's like chocolate and it's got some caramel. >> samoa. >> that's the one. love it. >> is that what you said? let's go to break and talk some more about all that because coming up we do have a salute to bill murray.
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>> and before you head out the door this morning, we have your forecast. we'll tell you what to expect. it will be a warmer day which
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north carolina used to make education a priority. we all understood the importance of having good schools. but pat mccrory seems more interested in giving tax cuts to millionaires. we rank 44th in spending per student. drop-out rates have gone up for the first time in 8 years. we're 41st in how much we pay our teachers. there is a textbook shortage.
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but pat mccrory is shortchanging our schools. hello and good morning everyone. it is monday at 6:30 in the morning. i'm russ bowen. >> good to have you here justin. >> i want to update everybody to something we were discussing research. we've got to go to storm team meteorologist -- i can't even get that out, alyssa corfont, another gorgeous day. >> i can be the judge if you bring them in and let me taste test them. that's all i'm going to say. i'll help you settle this argument. let's get to our forecast for today, clear skies right now, this is our satellite and radar composite. those clear skies mean for some of you you're starting off on the cool side, 47 degrees right now in raleigh, 45 in clayton,
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and roxboro. some of you are still in the 50s. the good news is yesterday if you were up early maybe for that doughnut run, you saw the 30s. none of those on our maps this morning. 48 out the door at 8 a.m., 68 at lunchtime today, plenty of sunshine. that sunshine warming us up nicely spot afternoon where we should hit 75 for an afternoon high. we're back to 70 by 6:00. we are looking at cooler temperatures in the coming days. i'll let you know when they arrive in your storm team forecast. >> the top story th that's where several people were hurt during a disturbance at the neuse correctional institute. >> the prison is on lockdown this morning. lauren haviland joins us live from wayne county with the latest developments. >> about 500 inmates here at the neuse correctional institute out of the 800 normally housed here had to be moved early this morning because of the damage caused during that disturbance yesterday afternoon. the officials with the department of public safety
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separate fires at the prison around 4:30 yesterday afternoon. one was set in the prison's diagnostic building, and one was set in the storage shed that held supplies. that one was destroyed. officials say the inmates involved also broke windows and damaged four dorm rooms. you could still see the smoke coming from the minimum security prison around midnight. according to authorities, one prison employee is being treated for minor injuries while responding has been treated and released. at this point in the investigation officials would not call this a riot. they consider it a riot if the inmates take control of the facility. in this case they did not. >> that's all under investigation. we'll work closely with the local law enforcement, the wayne county sheriff's office as well as the other law enforcement to investigate why and who exactly was involved. >> pamela walker, the woman you just heard from has been
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she said has not been an instance during that time here at the newscast correctional institute. again, about 300 inmates remain in this facility and it is continually on lockdown and will be until further notice. live in goldsboro, lauren haviland cbs north carolina. breaking overnight, one person is seriously injured after a wrong-way crash on i- 440. at least five vehicles were involved in the crash. happened westbound lane. the highway patrol was closing that area for hours and reopened around 2:30 this morning. today governor pat mccrory will tour one of the areas hardest hit by hurricane matthew. he will tour princeville and talk about the hurricane matthew recovery task force. princeville was last underwater because of flooding as you may recall. new jerseys ved millions of gallons of water from the -- engineers removed millions of glance of water from the town.
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this thursday at a new location in tar brunch the battle for mosul enters its second week. >> kurdish forces are advancing against isis but the extremists are hitting back. holly williams is embedded with troops as they hope to take back iraq's second largest city. >> reporting from the front lines of the front of the fight against isis is sometimes chaotic. we city of i can cook between isis militants and a local s.w.a.t. team. our camera man and producer trying to capture the reality of this conflict without getting themselves hurt. the battle for mosul pits america and its allies against a sadistic death cult. air strikes and helicopter gun
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on the front line north of mosul on thursday, these kurdish fighters spotted a small drone overhead causing panic and drawing a hail of bullets. it's not surprising they're nervous, an isis drone loaded with explosives killed two kurdish soldiers here earlier this month. the u.s. military insists that its role here is only to advise and assist the iraqis, but the combat sometimes seems a fine distinction. members of the u.s. military are operating in this area, although we're not allowed to film them, and we've also seen troops from the coalition from a european country firing on isis. >> but even with america's help, this battle against barbaric extremists will come down to these men fighting for
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holly williams cbs news northern iraq. hundreds of women in yoga pants took to the streets to protest a scathing letter. they're upset because of what a man said in letter that was published in a local newspaper. he wrote yoga pants only look good on children and women who have nature subleasing of youth. he told women over 20 to grow up and wear something else. they showed up carrying signs and banners, the crowd made their home. >> it's about women choosing what they're choosing to wear and everybody being respectful. >> i think it a's take on society today and decorum in our society and people really, you know, having manners, respecting each other. >> sorrentino said his letter was meant to be a joke and said the protests were stressful and
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yet. 6:36 looks pretty good. the durham freeway at mangum street, you can see no major delays. major highways moving well, 540, 440 and 40. heads-up if you're taking your kids to school in the sawmill road area at prospector place. traveling through durham, no accidents to report to you there. major highways look good and a better view of our area show we have a lot of road closure fayetteville, heads-up to you. look at your drive times if you're heading to rtp from work this morning, going to take about 20, 30 minutes on u.s. 64 attacking 540 toll road u.s. 1 to rtp about 16 minutes as well. i-40 at airport boulevard starting to slow down on this monday morning. justin, russ. 6:37 right now, big question, how much would you
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wallets for the world series. >> insane. and a gut wrenching finish last night as history is made all because of a costly mistake. >> and temperatures before you get ready to head out the door. 41 in siler city and the low 50s in orange county towards chapel hill.
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she saw the boots and fell for fall all over again. was she expecting to find the perfect designer boots at such an amazing price? no. you never know what you're gonna find,
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if you love touchdowns and explosive team play, sunday night football was not for you. the seahawks and cardinals were tied at 6 points apiece when seattle had a chance to win it, but this happened.
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impossible s. >> steven houshka never misses. he missed this chip shot and this game ended in a tie. this also marks the lowest scoring overtime tie in nfl history. chicago cubs fans hoping to see their first world series of their lives are driving up ticket prices. the series between chicago and cleveland starts tomorrow and fans are spending tens of thousands of dollars. the average ticket $3000. 1st base, $18,000 a ticket. the highest told transaction game 7 of world series. a fan bought four tickets for seats behind the dugout for more than $24,000 apiece. $100,000 to see the game. there's no money left for garlic fries or popcorn or anything like that. >> what's a baseball game
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fan and they say he was screaming in the middle of the 11:00 newscast the other night. >> i believe it. >> i can't believe it. i don't know if i'd be buying those. >> i can't do it. lets get to the forecast. i'm using another one of your pictures. these are gorgeous russ. >> oh, thanks. >> thanks for sharing them. he has them on his facebook page if you would like to check them out. the tops of the mountains starting to show beautiful color as we head throughout weeks we'll start to see some of those colors spread into our direction. not yet. right now we're at 47 degrees here in raleigh. we're also at 47 at 7 a.m. 48 at 8:00 this morning, and then we should make the leap back into the 50s by 9 a.m. remember, sunrise doesn't happen until 7:30 this morning. the temperatures across the board this morning 40s and 50s. we have 45 in clayton, 45 in henderson, but 52 in south hill.
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was a chilly start to the day with the 30s on the map. these numbers certainly an improvement from then. it is about 12 degrees warmer. in durham it's 10 degrees warmer. the kids are still going to need a jacket heading to the bus stop but expect that to come rolled up in the backpack on the way home. a high today of 75. tomorrow will be much cooler. we drop back to 64 tuesday, 65 es head towards thursday. we have a small chance for rain later this week. i'll let you know when it arrives coming up. 6:43 right now. coming up, the deal that could create the world's largest entertainment company. why consumers should be concerned. >> hopefully this doesn't happen to hillary clinton and donald trump, watch narrator: it's all connected. richard burr wrote a plan to privatize medicare,
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lawmakers are raising questions about at&t's deal to buy time warner for $85 billion. >> the combined business would pair millions of wireless and paid television subscribers with time warner's media lineup. how does this impact customers. >> alexander graham bell first sent sound over a wire more than 140 years ago giving us the telephone. and soon aft telephone and telegraph company better known today as at&t. a company that has grown to control many of the wires and cables that bring you phone calls, websites and television, too. it just had another important day, a more than $85 billion deal to buy time warner, one of the nation's largest makers of tv and film. it's a shiny new toy in the hands at&t's ceo randall stevenson. >> the combination creates a
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innovation. >> and time warner's ceo is feeling the love for his new corporate partner. >> i'm really excited about the future we're going to help create with at&t. >> but is the deal good for consumers or is it dangerous to let one company control both the wires of communication and what the wires carry. >> donald trump left to say he'd scrap the deal. >> because it's too much concentration of power in the hands of too few. >> in a rare case of franken says the deal raises red flags and hillary clinton hopes it will be closely scrutinized. federal regulators will agree. they're expected to take at least a year to decide whether to sign off on the deal. at&t is a company that began with a want. >> mr. watson, from here i want you. >> and it's not going to drop this one without a fight, cbs news new york. chile's president is put to
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encountered setbacks when casting her votes for sunday's national elections. she first forgot her national identification card. she turned back due to forgetting to sign the voter registry book. the mistake could have been significant if the number of votes and signatures had not added up to be the same. >> what everybody's talking about locally here is warm today, colder this week. >> it was cold over the heat to get a little bit of the chill out of the air th morning. >> you guys are wimps [ laughter ] >> saying the lady from connecticut. >> she's like come on guys get some thicker skin. today is going to be a little warmer than where we were yesterday. we're starting to see the colors spread across the horizon, 47 degrees right now, and it's bright enough for us to see that there's not a single cloud out there. it's going to be a lot of sun
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49 in clinton. 50 in goldsboro, rocky mount, mid-40s in roxboro and henderson. durham, good morning, you're at 52. planning for your day ahead, it is cool outside. you'll still want that jacket, 48, 68 at lunch time and then 75 for an afternoon high. it's about 5 degrees warmer than where we were yesterday. heading into 6:00 this evening as the kids have practice after school, as you're heading home, sunshine is till here. 70 degrees as we head towards the evening dri our satellite and radar composite. high pressure still in control of our forecast. however, you look closely, there is a band of showers that have dissipated over the past hour or so across central pennsylvania. that's all that we have to indicate there is a cold front to our north. cold front to our nor sll high pressure influencing our forecast. as this cold front drops across our area later today, it's going to open the door for much cooler air to rush in. that will be here as we head towards tomorrow.
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8:00 this morning, we're looking at sunshine, sunshine and dry for our lunch hour. good news if you're taking your lunch outdoors or heading out for a quick run. as we head towards 6:30 this evening, the clear skies are still around. that doesn't change heading into overnight tonight or our tuesday morning. sunshine continues heading into tuesday afternoon. the chance for clouds and rain thursday and friday. high today of fayetteville. overnight tonight 44, it's going to be a chillier night for us. i wouldn't be surprise first- degree we saw one or two areas in the upper 30s tomorrow morning. we're at 64 tuesday, 65 wednesday. i mentioned a few more clouds later this week. also the potential for a shower or two. that would be late thursday into early friday. also, the potential for a few showers heading into saturday of the upcoming weekend. it is 6:50 right now on this
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avenue pretty quiet there. same thing with i-540 at lumbarly road. a couple of crashes on local roads not really tieing thinks up. heads-up if you take your kids to school near sawmill road. we have reports of a crash there. we take you out of raleigh and into durham, looks pretty good. a minor accident on 751, a heads-up to you, and taking a look at the greater raleigh area here in fayetteville, still have areas that are close because of hurricane matthew and the flooding there. if you're heading west to rtp, u.s. 64 going to take you about 234 minutes on 540. nothing's really changed over the last half hour. still a pretty easy ride into rtp. i-440 at hillsborough street, less traffic in the area because no longer have the state fair out there. kind of disappointing on this monday morning. traffic situation's looking
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around the state fair yesterday. 6:52 in the morning, we'll be right back with news to know before you go. >> plus bill murray receives the mark twain reward, coming up, the actor reflects on his career and the day he got fired. >> here is a look at what we're working on. a cbs news battleground poll shows donald trump is losing support in the republican stronghold of texas, how the map is changing 15 days before the election. >> plus the reason thousands received for reenlisting in the war in iraq and afghanistan. >> and what at&t taking over time warner means for customers. >> and the newest technology to build a better sneaker, which shoe is best for your foot.
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it's called "the snake:" a long, skinny congressional district drawn along i-85 to segregate african american voters. "the snake" and others like it were drawn by state legislators and justice bob edmunds? he wrote the decision supporting his party's discrimination. but federal judges rejected edmunds' opinion and said the power grab was all about race.
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neuse correctional institution set two fires in part of the prison. that's because of the damage. 500 inmates were transferred to other prisons. one correction staff member and one inmate were treated for nonlife-threatening injuries. an amber alert has been issued for a missing little girl. the sheriff's office is looking for zahreiah gilliam from north hampton county. she was last seen wearing a pink long sleeved t-shirt, black jeans and tennis shoes. she wa street in woodland at 6:30 last night. the republican vice presidential candidate will host a rally at catawba college. three hours later he'll hold a rally in greensboro. hillary clinton and michelle obama will be in north carolina later this week. bill murray is this year's recipient of the mark train prize for american humor. >> he was honored. the star-studded show featured
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his mind was on the chicago cubs who play the first game of the world series tomorrow night. >> the genie has come down effort the cubs are going to win the world series and i'm not going to have to give the prize back because it will be like, you know, noone's going to care. once the cubs win the world series they may give up giving out the twain award. i think the whole country will walk together holding hands in a circle for a long, long time. >> we could use that. that sounds nice. murray took the stage and he then reflected on his career outside of show business. >> i was fired from a number of jobs for just not enough cause honestly i never thought, but there was a lot of misunderstanding about who was supposed to be working and who was supposed to be, you know, just supervising. and so i ended up going to second city and hanging out. i was little murray still.
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awarded. some of the past recipients include billy crystal and richard pryor. he's been around a long time. >> so funny. >> a lot of his friends came out, david letterman and his beard. >> the beard thing is a little confusing to me. >> it's a little confusing. it's hard to spot him really with it. >> he can use it here in the next few mornings. it's going to be kind of cold. >> good segue. >> that's segue. >> from the top of the hill restaurant in chapel hill, we are starting to see colors spread across the horizon this morning. no beards necessary, 48 degrees right now in raleigh, 52 in durham. we make it to 75 today but tomorrow morning and wednesday morning certainly going to be chillier for us. mid-60s in the afternoons for tuesday and wednesday. chance for rain again late thursday. ali. >> better start working on growing our beards, too alyssa. i-40, 540, pretty busy.
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y25euy yi0y captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, october 24th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? the u.n. presidential poll gives hillary clinton a double-digit lead. donald trumpea telling voters not to believe the polls. a horrifying casino bus crash kills 13 in the california desert. the bus ended up 15 feet inside of a big rig. the truck's driver reveals what happened at the moment of impact. >> thousands of soldiers received cash bonuses to reenlist in the iraq wars and afghanistan war. now the government is ordered them to give the money back.


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