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>> this is a man that very much loved his family and children. he would mow his lawn and he would have his children on his back. >>reporter:jason markley also loved biking. he was on highway 751, on friday, when the highway patrol says he was struck from behind by a man driving a pickup truck. ramsey caps of apex faces charges of misdemeanor death by motor vehicle as well as today, a simple bouquet of flowers now sits at the site where jason died. chennai hears a man who went out to be strong, physical for his family and it ends up -- -- >> here is a man who went out to be strong and physical for his family and it ends up in pain. >> the home was easily better for sale, the markley's moved out to make it easier for real estate agents to show the place. the neighbor says jason, and
>> they did missionary work. they traveled around. they do a lot of things to help other people. >>reporter:and jason's online obituary, the family has asked friends who come to the service to bring a written memory of jason. they say they will put those written memories and a keepsake box for his very young children, so when they get older they will know exactly who their dad was. reporting live, steve sbraccia, cbs north carol >> this deadly accident comes just days after 2 women were hit by a car while cycling. lori cove and virginia davis were hit last monday, cove is now in serious condition, davis is recovering. police say the driver, christopher more, was driving under the influence. a man behind bars accused of driving the wrong way on i 440 while under the influence causing a deadly accident. carlos martinez gonzalez was
is trying to do to prevent these kinds of crashes. >>reporter:police were called out here at about 9:30 p.m., they say they found out that martinez gonzalez was driving against traffic here on 440 west one when he collided with another car. police and say the driver of the other car ended up passing away. 911 calls reveal what happened in a deadly wrong way crash on the beltline sunday night. the 911 caller's voice has been altered. martinez gonzalez was driving the wrong way when he crashed head-on into another car near the wake forest road exit. 59feet ---year-old died. no one else has serious i njuries. the north carolina department of transportation says there are about 30 wrong way crashes a year across the state.
wrong way crashes, 45% of them are alcohol-related. >>reporter:alcohol-related crashes can be tough to remember they are currently working to add more wrong way science and add reflective markers to existing signs. they just began a research project to help prevent these kind of crashes. >> they will be looking at what other states are doing, as well, and hopefully providing us a toolbox of countermeasures to prevent wrong way driving crashes from happening, in our state. >>po death by motor vehicle, dwi, and driving without a license. his first scheduled court appearances tomorrow afternoon. cbs north carolina. dara police say 2 men were hurt while walking along highway 147 near briggs avenue. it happened this morning around 345. police said the driver, 18-year- old taylor junior drove away after the accident but was later arrested.
taken to the hospital. trip is listed in critical condition. county leaders are getting ready to pick someone to take over the space. for some neighbors that has been very concerning, the last year that the er has closed, after about about 30 miles away to the next closest one. cbs north carolina michael hyland joins us now with an update on who could potentially take over. here now are these signs saying that the hospital and the er are closed. and this one explaining exactly what happened here year ago. since the closure, last october, the state has passed a law allowing for a freestanding emergency permit to open here. county commissioners consider proposals to reopen the site by wakeman, ducote. healthcare. in addition to opening the er, include adding beds for mental
this lecture has been trying. twice he has had blood clots in his legs. franklin regional haven't been here he says he would not be here. >> it has been scary that there is nothing there, and that is the place really that you know, i am living today. due to what it was. >>reporter:county commissioners held a public hearing earlier this month or tonight they are expected to discuss all of them and vote on all of them. we are going to be at that meeting we will have updates for your social media as well is on news at 11. michael hyland, cbs north carolina. we have been following the progress of the hospital since the initial announcement. to see how the county has managed without the hospital, and what may be coming visit our website, wncn.
each day counting, both campaigns, they are bringing in their heaviest hitters. right now republican vice presidential candidate mike hence is finishing up a rally in salisbury. he will then be headed to greensboro the 70 -- this evening to be with her donald trump. he will be in kinston on friday, he will also be the second visit to the states in a weeks time. trump has had in the past, that north carolina is a must win stay. draw in voters. elizabeth warren will be in raleigh hosting a rally. bill clinton will be touring the entire state all day tomorrow as part of the stronger together bus store -- bus tour. howard dean talks college affordability. then on thursday, first lady michelle obama returns to the state to campaign with hillary clinton. >> anyone that has voted already will tell you there are a lot of races on the ballot.
wake county voters will find a sales tax referendum at the end of the ballot. beau minnick next line with the money would be used for and what both sides have to say about it. >> there is something in this plan for everyone. >> it is not a good plan that is ill-conceived. >>reporter:you have likely seen the signs around wake county, some say phot for public transportation referendum others say no to a tax hike. they decision wake county voters had before them. are you for or against a .01 cents increase to be used for public transportation. >> it is necessary because the state and local governments are doing all that we can to improve transportation options. we can just do so much by building additional roads additional capacity. >>reporter: the mayor is the cochair of moving wake county forward. a group in favor of the
including a 37-mile commuter rail connecting garner to raleigh to duke university, and points in between. there also is a plant expansion of a bus service to the county including a new feature called bus rapid transit. >> basically a blend between bus and rail. they are larger buses, okay, but they can run on dedicated corridors. the stations are more updated, so it looks more like a rail >>reporter:the wake county taxpayers association opposes the plan of the sales tax increase before the voters. >> we have a lot of people here and a lot of people occurs. we do not feel unless the bus service is dramatically changed, and his improves, that you are going to get people out of their cars. >>reporter:wake county commissioner says with a typical family, the tax increase of -- amounts to less than three dollars a month. >> for basically the price of a cup of coffee you can quadruple
and 37 miles of commuter rail. >>reporter:at 6 o'clock we were people who use the bus frequently their take. in raleigh, beau minnick, cbs north carolina. >> early voting in our state may have tens of thousands of people headed to the polls. for those still dealing with the hurricanes, floodwaters being able to vote is very difficult. 55,000 registered voters in the six carolina counties were almost a foot of rain washed out roads and bridges for weeks. swept away. they are struggling to find places for people to vote. absentee voting may not be the fix. >> i do not think the early voting is stirring up a lot of enthusiasm due to matthew. how lot are not interested right now, they're just trying to get back in their homes. >> election officials do hope that voters to -- still have time to vote, register or request an absentee ballot, that many of these
we are learning more what a state prison was on lockdown for hours si. 2 people were hurt, inmates set 2 fires at the noose correctional institute in goldsboro. while prison officials are not calling it a riot, a police report it. carly griffith has more on the investigation. >>reporter:around 4:30 sunday evening multiple law enforcement agencies were called to the noose correctional institute for disturbance, inmates at the minimum-security facy and setting 2 fires. according to goldsboro police reports obtained by cbs north carolina, in the scuffle, an inmate, tristan phillips, was assaulted by three other inmates. reports also show an officer, michael collins, was punched in the face multiple times by an inmate he was trying to handcuff. it wasn't until 8:30 p.m. the corrections staff and other responding officers got the situation under control. we asked the director of north
hours. >> these are open dormitories, they are not cellblocks. to contain the situation we try to do it as peacefully and quietly as possible. so we try to determine who is involved, we try to video that's, or record that is best we can. and then we try to move into the phase of where we are going from there to separate those who are involved in those who are not of all. >>reporter:solomon says they believe a small group of inmates was responsible for the disturbance but will need to ve at the time of the incident. 500 have been transferred to nearby presence while the damage at noose is fixed. carly griffith, cbs north carolina. coming up at 6 we will take a closer look at what officials they could have caused inmates to act out, and why they say it could have been much worse. he spent nearly two decades in prison for a crime he did not commit. now he is about to get a large check. >> walking around in there, as
not forget, let's pretend. >> coming up, what the city of greensboro is giving him for 17 years of his life. a week and a day it will be november. can you believe that? can you believe how warm it was today and how much it did not feel like the end of october? that changes tomorrow. a deadly tour bus avenue senator richard burr. he's been in washington two decades. and burr's got plenty to show for it.
and the billions in tax breaks he's voted for them. while voting against clean energy jobs for north carolina. see, burr had tens of thousands of dollars invested in oil and gas stocks. big oil profits? so does richard burr. but in two decades, what's he done for you? league of conservation voters is responsible for the content of this advertising. richard burr, by the numbers: over 20 years in washington: burr voted himself 5 pay raises... pecial interests... and his personal net worth increased 500%. washington works just fine for richard burr... but he's not working for us, missing 66% of his senate committee hearings, including 65% of armed services hearings. that's richard burr. working for himself, not north carolina. afscme people is responsible for the content of this ad. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
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max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. federal investigators are working to determine the cause of a devastating southern california bus crash. 13 people were on the tour bus and they were killed yesterday when it plowed into the back of a big rig truck before dawn. the group was returning to la from a casino. we have reports from palm
dug through the mangled wreckage left behind sunday. the impact was so violent, the bus which was carrying 40 for people jammed 15 feet into the trailer. >> i do not know what the speeds are. what i will tell you is that the bus was traveling significantly faster than the tractor-trailer that it struck from behind. >>reporter:most of those killed were seated at the front of the bus. >> most of the victims were unrestrained, and therefore flown through the air. >> i hit all of the seats my jaw out of place. >>reporter:the driver of the big rig survived with minor injuries. the cell phone interview was shot by a taxi driver who says he picked them up from the hospital. >> i didn't see anything coming, the impact hit me from behind, and i just blacked out. >>reporter:government documents show the bus is owned by usa holiday, a los angeles-based tour company. according to those records it has no previous accidents at its most recent inspection, and april, turned up no mechanical
determine why the accident occurred because the driver has been killed. >>reporter:authorities continue to try to identify the victims, but they have been met with some challenges, because a lot of the ids that they found on scene have not been valid ids. we also know they are looking at the possibility of a black ops recorder device on the bus. however this bus was manufactured in 1996, there is no guarantees there will be one aboard. a manhunt is underway in the oklahoma city area for suspect accused of killing 2 family members and shooting them to police officers during a violent crimes reader continued this morning. authorities are on the hunt for michael vance, he is one of 2 suspects who fired shots at police officers on night in a town northeast of oklahoma city. one suspect was arrested but vance got away in a patrol car. soon after, vance pulled up to him and his mobile home park
>> we thought it was a cop, because of the aggressiveness and everything like that. he got about right here, our car is parked right here, he said, you know, he has an assault rifle, with a tripod on it. >> police believe, since then, vance has killed his aunts, and his uncle and shooting a man when he tried to still another car. apparently vance was taunting police by posting vehicles on social media while he ran from authorities. he has not confirmed vance as the man in the videos posted online. a man who spent nearly 17 years in jail but was released in 2012 as part of a pardon of innocence will receive a settlement from the city of greensboro. armstrong will see -- you see the $6 million as part of the settlement. the city will pay half of the russell gornment insurance committee. armstrong is grateful but says he has lost a lot. >> i knew there was no way i was going to get back all of those 17 years that i left inside the prison.
stand up saying to myself don't forget, let's pretend. >> armstrong was convicted of first-degree murder charges back in 1995. dna evidence helped overturn his conviction. a beloved statue is no longer standing. on saturday night a group of unidentified students attempted to steal the statue. only his boots you see there were left at the scene of the crime. the police say they now have the rest of the statue, in their custody what happened. trivia for you, the last time the chicago cubs played in the world series, there were 48 states in the union. if you want to see the cubs play in the first series is 71 years it will cost you. tickets are listed, on average, for $3125 for tomorrow's game. the cubs will be taking on the cleveland indians. one pair of dorothy's ruby red slippers have been saved by a successful crowdfunding campaign.
pair of the famous shoes worn by judy garland in the 1939 film the wizard of oz. the slippers are slowly degrading and losing their luster. the smithsonian confirmed its kickstart campaign reach this fundraising goal in less than a week. $3000. >> that is nothing, right? maybe cubs fans can start a kick starter campaign to get tickets to the world series including bill reh did ask me to borrow some money the last couple of days, and for some time off, we will see what happens. great weather again today, hopefully everyone enjoy the super weekend we had. it was a little on the warm side. 77 is where we are right now. any other time of the year you might think that is good, but remember it is the end of october. it is not supposed to be this warm. we are way above average for this time of year. our highest 78, average high is 71. the change comes tomorrow we
week. drastic change, cooler temperatures, you would need to swap out some wardrobe. we will drop off 270 by friday, for the rest of this week look for low normal temperatures. those temperatures outside right now, consist of anywhere 80 in the sand hills, hoke county we have upper 70s and the triangle and low 70s a little farther to the north and roanoke rapids and henderson. compared to where we were yesterday i but how much warmer it is today, a degrees warmer in rocky mount than it was last night at 5 o'clock. 9degrees warmer in clayton. tamara's math if i show you this exact same map it is going to have minus 15 on a lot of the temperatures. we are looking for a big change, into tonight, you will notice it as we get into the evening h ours. remember that sunsetting earlier and early, 65 na, 50s at 10. we have low 50s overnight, you
morning with temperatures in the mid 40s. a chilly start to your tuesday morning. the reason why it is going to be cooler? this cold front. it is up to our north right now, there is no rain with it. boy does it bring reinforcements of cool air. another area of high pressure, we expect sunny skies in addition to the cooler temperatures tuesday and wednesday. we will say goodbye to that area of high pressure, l an area of low pressure. none of which are that powerful, but they will contribute to a few clouds and a small chance of rain thursday, late in the day. and then maybe a little bit left over on friday. but, since it's not really that strong of a frontal system we are not going to see any drastic changes in our temperatures just small chances
65 raleigh, 64 durham, 67 fayetteville. your seven day forecast takes us again from the upper 70s today to 65 tomorrow, same thing wednesday, maybe a few degrees warmer on wednesday. we will have a few extra clouds on a small chance of rain keep an eye on those overnight lows, it will stay chilly tuesday, wednesday and thursday. we will warm back up i hear, by friday and saturday with highs around 70. we will call back to i am sure there are kids are focused on next monday night. we expect dry weather. we expect cool but not cold temperatures. no we had today with images close to 80 degrees, we are not going to see for quite some t ime, maybe even until next spring. once we get into november, we
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first plane, now trains, amtrak is not permitting the samsung galaxy note 7 on any of its trains because of the risk of fire. that applies to amtrak buses, stations and platforms as well. last week the faa banned the note 7 from all commercial flights. 85 million-dollar at&t time warner deal. regulators are concerned that at&t might overly control time
keeping some of it exclusive to at&t, giving time warner cable's networks better placement on channel lineups of its competitors, or charging its competitors in the distribion space more. at&t's president says the merger is a natural extension for the 2 companies. >> and seems to us like a very natural extension of what we do. we are in -- we are an environment where erica musters -- customers are demanding more. not only on the tv but the mobile device. discuss the proposed deal next month. how about thin mints for breakfast, the girl scouts and general miller working on a girl scouts cookie flavors. they will be available in january. >> why you need need a serial? just take the cookies. >> my kids would love that. a story of inspiration things to an 8-year-old, how a photo has this child and his mother willing to drive hundreds of miles to help
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washington two decades. and burr's got plenty to show for it. like the hundreds of thousands burr's taken from oil and energy companies. and the billions in tax breaks he's voted for them. while voting against clean energy jobs for north carolina. see, burr had tens of thousands of dollars invested in oil and gas stocks. big oil profits? so does richard burr.
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removed up here, to lose everything, and a storm that didn't even come up as bad as katra did. >> how a family person out of their home by that is
artful -- a star storm is cleaning the third largest cathedral, and the nation, is under construction right here in raleigh. we will ve you an inside look. people ask me a lot of time when i change it? my answer is no, i would not. >> a local couple faces a devastating diagnosis with bravery. they share their story and the journey ahead. neighbors in a storm ravaged community in fayetteville are working to put together the pieces of their lives one small step at a time. nate rogers joins us live from
area that is still recovering from hurricane matthew. >>reporter:absolutely, the crease edge apartments here sustains significant flood damage. take a look at what you see right now, all of the drywall, furniture, everything that was damaged in all of these apartments had to come out. that is what all of this debris is from right now. >> all of it is gone. there was >>reporter:piles of debris scattered everywhere. furniture, construction materials, and flooded vehicles. 130 families now forced out of their homes, by raging floodwaters. >> the only thing we had left, the day after the storm, was the clothes on our back. >>reporter:nicoletta and her mom have lived in these
when hurricane katrina tore through the region. >> after katrina we did not want to rebuild, was taking too long. we moved up here, to lose everything, and a storm that didn't even come up as bad as katrina did. >>reporter:today workers were out removing debris from front yards, construction crews are getting apartments which check in at least three feet of water. >> they actually went in and took all of the drywall down all the way up to chest high, they are checking the wallfor mold and stuff. they are trying to get them backp in. >>reporter:they did receive some assistance from fema. coming up tonight at 6, we will tell you how they say the funds they did receive only go so far. nate rogers, cbs north carolina. >> $19 million, that is how much farmers in johnson county lost due to hurricane matthew. 19million is just a starting number, since farmers across central and eastern north carolina have been impacted by
cotton were affected along with agriculture. besides farmers, everyday people are beginning the process of picking up their lives, such as the case in princeville where many are still in shelters. >> as i talk to people, in the shelters now, i can see depression, i can see frustration. we are trying to keep our spirits up and our focus on -- >> the governor visited the edgecombe county -- today. help them get out of the shelter and into a trailer. a little brown dog is waiting on his family after being displaced by floodwaters in princeville. the poor thing was discovered by animal control workers out of charlotte to came to the town to help feed strays. you can see here, the dog was happy to see people. >> he was looking for a hey, get me home and get me back to my mom and dad. we all made a decision to bring the star back in.
putting it to one of the kettles of the back, put them in the front seat. >> the dog was taken to the edgecombe county animal control center where he is still waiting to be picked up. there are 90 other dogs, and eight cats who are also waiting for their family there. new information on the murder of a taurus killed in tennessee where 2 of the suspects were caught in raleigh. at least they're picked up a third suspect though, 25-year- old joseph, the other 2 in girlfriend were arrested friday. authorities say the three each played a part in the shooting death of teddy. he was visiting nashville from california with a friend when he was killed in an attempted robbery. police are searching for those responsible after a deadly shooting at an apartment on flex. last evening police on a man shot several times. authorities have not made any arrests but do not believe the shooting was random. a good samaritan try to save a man who was trapped in a vehicle after an accident last
we are looking at is the aftermath. the unidentified person managed to pull 25-year-old stony crabtree from the pickup after it ran off the road and burst into flames. unfortunately crabtree still died from his injuries. this happened on highway 705 between robinson westmore. no other vehicles were involved. final days of campaigning, the senate race between republican richard burr and deborah cat deborah ross is a virtual tie. a coup poll, maintains 42% of the vote to ross 41%. since the race has gone negative, it is starting to hurt them slightly. both of them have a disapproval rate of 41%. ross is ramping up her campaign, today she announced a new digital outreach where she will be using facebook live and snapshot. she also plans to visit with people, today she took advantage of early voting. the national stage, both candidates and their surrogates are focusing on the battleground
the campaign. craig boswell has the latest on the race for the white house from washington. >>reporter:hillary clinton entrance in manchester, new hampshire drew attention to her whining campaign message. appearing with elizabeth warren and maggie hassan who is trying to unseat republican senator kelly ayotte. >> because we've got to break through the gridlock. >>reporter:clinton is now focusing on helping congressional candidates as well as battling her republican rival. >> we have got to make it of american workers, or american families. >>reporter:donald trump is midway through a multi- day camp lane bit -- blitz of the mustard win state of florida. >> there has never been a moment like this in the history of our country. >>reporter:in addition to a pair of rallies, he is holding a trio of smaller roundtables where donald trump landry simples. >> i think we are winning, what they do is they show these phony
pole that just came out. >>reporter:the cbs news battleground tracker poll shows donald trump trailing clinton by three points in florida. >> over 1 million voters have arctic cast their ballots, and today 50 of the 67 counties are beginning early voting. at this point, 61,000, vote by mail ballots have arctic been returned. >>reporter:early verdict -- voting already begun in arkansas, co wisconsin. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. "breaking news" from our nations capital, the amount you sharply next year under the affordable care act plants. premium for mid-level benchmark plan will increase an average of 25% across the 39 states served the federally run on night market. the obama administration also
after some major national companies have scaled back their involvement. we are just under a year away until the new roman catholic -- cathedral opens to parishioners in raleigh. right now it is under construction, but today. >>reporter:the new cathedral has really been a seven plus year vision, but now it is so much more than a vision for especially those here in raleigh, the construction is expected to be completed in may. today we got a tour of what we can is finished from the core -- worst of the costf the top of the dome will be more than 170 feet tall. the style of the cathedral is romanesque and classic. this is chosen so it will never look old. that it will also be inviting. as you walk into the cathedral, there will be 95 stained-glass windows. they will have marble, and the floors will be porcelain tile. a section for the fire will have pipe boarding which will
other instruments and acquire of 60 people. the pews on three sides of the altar will be made from oak right out of. those pews will be able to set up to 2000 people. making it the fifth largest cathedral in the united states. >> this is the mother church, it belongs to every single parishioner whether it is in the outer banks, doran, or anywhere in between. it is that which unites us. that message, that >> the construction is expected to be finished in late may. church officials say they are going to be holding a dedication here on july 26. this project cost $41 million, but church officials say those donations that they have received have exceeded that. laura hovland, cbs north carolina. >> is going to be absolutely gorgeous. a picture can be worth a thousand words.
kid [ crying ] wants to help. your mama is raising you right. >> when an 8-year-old boy from south carolina differ a family louisiana that even had his mother impressed. new recommendations for moms and dads, of newborns, why richard burr, by the numbers: over 20 years in washington: burr voted himself
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jerry vogel says the company failed to act on complaints about the former -- katy mclaughlin says subway knew about his sexual interest in children, but did not reported to law enforcement. mclaughlin is now suing the restaurant chain for negligence, and intentional infliction of emotional distress among other charges. vogel is serving a 15 year service sentence after possessing child pornography and commercial sex acts with a m inor. a georgia father charged with murder after his son died in the back of a hot and should be. justin harris is back in court today. in a video recording made hours after their son's death, harris and his wife giving her talking about having more children. prosecutors say he left his son to die, purpose, his defense claims it was a tragic accident. a tv reporter and host of nba inside stuff so she was carjacked and robbed at gunpoint saturday afternoon. she pulled up to an apartment
kristin tweeted out on sunday the three men stole her purse, car, and cell phone. she also believes the men knew who she was, and was waiting for her. police have not made any arrest. >> when you do good things, it makes you feel good, and when you do things for others, god will bless you. >> take a look at this, this is a photo coming up that got 8- year-old cameron smalls from houston to spend two months the photo was of ethan comeau during the historic flooding in louisiana. over the weekend the 2 boys got a chance to meet when cameron delivered for thousand dollars worth of donations for the south carolina boy and his mom drove 800 miles to make the hand delivery. cameron's mom so she was impressed by her son's actions and his dedication to helping others. >> his follow-through was so strong. he made sure that he had people
community, family, friends, he made sure everybody was involved. >> there is still good people out there. amazing people that they are raising a fine young man. >> has for the boys they believe they have a friendship for life. new recommendations for parents, little ones and to prevent sleep related deaths. the american academy of pediatrics is hoping to prevent a large number of babies who die from sids each year. cbs news marley hall explains it is all about where the baby sleeps. >>reporter:jessica swenson and her fianci make sure their two -month-old baby girl, melia, is close by for bedtime. >> we can see her, keep an eye on her, this into her breathing. >>reporter:that is right in step with new guidelines from the american academy of pediatrics to help decrease the chances of sudden infant death syndrome and other sleep related deaths. the group recommends infants share their parents bedroom for at least the first six months of life come and ideally for the first year. >> the studies that were done,
risks of sids, were done with throughout the first year of life, we know that reduction can be as much as 50%. >>reporter:the recommendations continue to remind parents that babies should be placed on their back on a firm mattress in the crib or bassinet. there should be no blankets, bumpers, pillows, or toys. >>reporter:doctor lori feldman winters says burke -- breast- feeding is also recommended. >> exclusive breast-feeding can reduce the risk of sids by offer a pacifier at naps and bedtime, and babies should get plenty of supervised awake tummy time to promote development. molly is parents are doing everything they can to keep her safe, including giving her her own space. >> we never let her sleep in the same bed with us. it is too dangerous. >>reporter:that way everyone sleeps better, but only for 3-4 hours at a time. marley hall, cbs news, new
it was fun while it lasted, the state fair is now over. more than 1 million of you enjoyed it on sunday, more than 116,000 people walked around the fairgrounds enjoying rides, the agriculture, and of course the food. yesterday broke a six year old record in attendance. the fair missed setting a new record by just under 64,000 people. the attendance record was set in 2010. perfect weather for it. >> did you make it out there? >> i wasn't able to. i mountains, instead. >> i think we ate enough for all three of us, right? >> yeah, i went sunday, it was perfect. >> we only had that one day that kinda, every day was perfect. i went last wednesday, we got out of town and went up to the mountains area this time of year i show you a lot of your fall foliage pictures that you send then, darn it i'm going to
it to just south of asheville, stayed on for about 1.5 hours, it was good traffic. a lot of people were out there because the colors are peaking. there is a shot about 46v, love this just driving on the road, you go through 5-6 tunnels on the colors on the sides are right at their peak levels. you have to go now, or they are going to be on the ground by the time you get there. there is the big ridge overlook about 3800 feet. notice the completely blue sky. there is not a cloud to be found across the state there is some live colors from asheville, think starting to turn more brownish and oranges than those yellows and reds. the colors are peaking up there where to 75 degrees. very warm for this time of year, same deal down in charlotte, billy -- buildings do not change color down there, but blue sky and 80 degrees in the queen city. here at home 77 degrees, very warm for this time of year,
gets ready to set there in wilmington as we look live through our weather bug camera it is 77 degrees. tonight and tomorrow, we've got a dry cold front coming through. that is when to drop our temperature from today and tomorrow by about 15 degrees. no rain with it, no cloud cover, cooling quickly down to 65 degrees by 8 o'clock tonight. 53 at midnight, 44 degrees is how your tuesday morning will start. there is the cold front. again, to our north, it will move through overnight. not with any cloud cover, no rain with it, but it does have some cooler temperatures. another area of high pressure. tuesday and wednesday will be much cooler, it is also going to be very sunny outside. later this week, the only interesting thing, in our near and long term is a warm fronts, an area of low pressure and a cold front. they are all very weak and they will skim by. the meat of the system is not going to come through our area. we have a few cloud's, and
little bit of leftover rain friday, as the system comes through and moves out. then there is another area of high pressure behind it and will give us a dry weekend for this upcoming saturday and sunday which is the last few days of october. there is a frontal system coming through later this week, but it is not going to do much rain or temperature wise. the one coming through tonight will change our temperatures. we look at the forecast in fayetteville tomorrow, it will be sunny but not near 80 like 65 triangle, we will keep it there on wednesday as morning temperatures, the rest of this week stay in the 40s. there is our small chance of rain on thursday, leftover rain on friday, that is about it for rain chances on the seven-day. we get into the weekend with dry weather, temperatures either side of 70 saturday and sunday. for halloween, 66 degrees. our three-degree guarantee high tomorrow, in the 60s, much
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if you knew how your life might and, it might not change the way you live it but how you view it as well. cbs north carolina shows us that a rare and severely debilitating disease has made one local woman stronger, not in body, but in spirit. is it back >>reporter:when most people say the words for better, or worse, most think or at least that the worst is a long way away. knowing the worst is tomorrow, and the next day, and the day after that, and you still say yes, that is commitment. that is love. >> from her, honestly. she holds me up and i hold her up, that is just how it is. >>reporter:that is the path harrison hill and his wife, rachel, chose to take together what he could have said no. >> i cannot live without his support in my life.
he met from early childhood, the signs were there, but it wasn't until her late teens that rachel found out why she was having so many problems with her motor skills. >> just watching them degenerate. it is very sad to see that happening to her. >>reporter:rachel has friedrichs ataxia, a single gene disorder that attacks the central nervous system. >> she is struggling so much in trying to fight so hard, not letting these things happen to her. there is no stopping it, is just no stopping the disease from progressing at all. >>reporter:among the constant sound of crowing roosters, in a rural and cluttered yard is where the couple is now living. after losing their home, then i'm to live in this tent in between staying with friends and family. >> i am more of an adventurer, this point, it can be fun sometimes, and that it rains. >>reporter:annalee mcwilliams has no rachel, since high s chool. >> it makes you want to take
yourself. and, it is very inspiring to see how active she still is and how active she has been in the last years. >>reporter: rachel harrison loves to travel, her dream is to travel across the country before she becomes completely immobile. most people with fa become bedbound, we was their ability to swallow, heart disease is the most common cause of death. rachel has already had 2 heart attacks. >> there are still things out there that i want to see, and things that i will do r egardless. >>reporter:that emphatic will you heard, >> i used to focus solely on the future itself. i realize that that kept me from living each day to the fullest that i could. >> she wants to get out and do things in life while she still able to. and able to enjoy them. >>reporter:and rachel's mind,
has so far been more better, then worse. >> people asked me a lot of time but i change it, and my answer is, no, i would not. i would not change it. if i can walk again, i would. without the wheelchair i would not have been able to see life the way that i have. >> what an incredible outlook on life. the couple -- the couple hopes to raise enough money to cap across the country harrison and rachel making each other stronger. >> seeing the country, and her position, and her condition, living in a tent. and then it rains, you have to remember, remember all of the rain we were complaining in our homes, imagine living in a tent and going through what she is going to. coming up, and inside look after a night of
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what we have learned about the man deemed responsible, what is being done to prevent future crashes. for the second time in a week, someone has been hit while biking and wake county. we are hearing from cyclist to say drivers may need to see things from a different perspective. hundreds of inmates evacuated, 2 people hurt and a lot of questions left unanswered after a right breaks out in a goldsboro present. good evening, i am sean maroney. >> and i am sharon tazewell, we sent griffith that way today to find out what started it, and also what is being done to stop it from happening again. >>reporter: the reason why inmates acted out, is still unclear. you can see the damage left behind is significant. 788 inmates were at the prison, when the riot started, barely below the facilities capacity at 790. state prison director george solomon says overcrowding should not have been a reason for the disturbance.