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we'll let you know if we'll reh 30s. evening. first tonight, we continue to llow breaking news as an amber alert issued out of greensboro after a pair took the from hospitalast week. dss went to the family's home to take custod the by yesterday but cldn't find him. ey endangered. >> these are his parents, jimmy they could bin a white ford f- 150. if you see them, call 1. authitiein johnston county are searchior m
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attempted str. atutthe third suspect? rund that's eputie on th are g to say abt right now until eso alive after engaging in a shootout ec- road two-mile as tu in cul-de-sac, where a deputy stood outside her vehicle with her gun drown. then the suspects and deputy exchanged gunfire. one resident took deep cover in the home. >> we were all worried about the safety, got down until everybody was gone.
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mabox. as pice faed out looking for them, one neighbortold u did what he cod to help the deputies in their search. they asked me do i have any dogs in the back, they was gointo wk back there and d in e back i hadotion lights and would turn on all the lightsack the. >> repter: within a few minutes they were able to pick up that suspect, take him aw hdc they d officer in the beginning? theye tryifigure that out right now and the investigation is continuing. . the man rgedr iving
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embodiment of what's wrong, wheru ve another person who's theving embodiment of what we can make right. >> reporter: former president clton talked about how he says his wife can make thing right, talngabout her plan to make public college more affordable and tackle student loan debt. >> there's something wrong with a country that's supposed to be in the fure business, that
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world with an inrest rate pares' home rt is. t their >> reporter: then it was onto wion, here he greeted foer democratic govern jim hunt, whhad just mjvoted rl in goldsboro, clinton speak had with a friend. >> this is such a mean campaign. i need being mean. he said, here it is. if you do not want someone to drive a truck off theclf,do not give them the keys. >> reporter: after bo rallies, we asked voters for their takes. e republican says she questions the clinton college an. >> my concern is where does it come from? that's nice and dandy but that money's owed to somebody.
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supporter for her response. >> both sides can say that. the truth is hillary's been training her whole life for this moment. >> reporr: d clinton has several stops in north carolina tomorrow, including one fayetteville. . princeville schools were underwater and pretty much everything inside is st. st of the 250 schools and 19 eachwill be relocated to the edgecombe county school resource center. that's where michael highland is now. how is the community coming together to help those who have lost so much? >> reporter: teachers, staff and volunteers have been
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place ready. they just had a dedication ceremony behind me and over here it's basically like recess this afternoon. they broht in bounce houses and games for kids tplay to check out the school for the first time. they wanted families to have fun tonight after the last few weeks of fficulty. we got a new look at the classrooms earlier and backpacks full of new supplies for kids to use. teachers have converted computer labs into classrooms. some went through this during hurricane floyd as well. >> i know this is the second time and everybody lost everything and going through this again. everybody's trying to get back on their feet and stuff. >> i think at this point we have to be very understanding and just work hard to help them do the best they can.
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kids who go to school here are still out of their homes. the district has been rerouting buses to shelters, hotels and other places to try and get kids to school, and they will have to keep making those changes throughout the year as some of these families keep moving around until they can get their life back together. you have your jacket on out there and you needed with 60s today, some of us dropping the 50s. 6:00 this tuesday evening, 56 in roanoke rapids, 58 in durham. everyone is going to be a little cooler overnight. as for right now, look at 24- hour temperature changes. it's 16 degrees colder right now in rocky mount than it was last night at 6:00. that cold front didn't bring any rain with it but there it is to our south. high pressure will once again
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today. temperatures will drop a few more degrees. this is what you're faced with lkg o tomorrow morning, 39 in roanoke rapids, 41 in wake county, low 40s down in the sand hills. after this we have a warmup. i'll tell you how much warmer it will be for the weekend, coming up in a few minutes. following hurricane matthew, animal shelters across the area are keep dogs healthy and also reunite them. >> we hope the owner will see her and come back and say, hey, that's my dog and thank us and take her home and love her. >> still to come tonight, meet some of the pets saved during thflooding and let you know how you can help. >> plus new documents unsealed in the ongoing unc academic scandal. what we have learned today and the big date scheduled this
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. now developments today at >> documents unsealed push back against the claim that the ncaa doesn't have the authority to hand out punishment. a rare preliminary hearing will be held friday in indianapolis in front of the ncaa committee on infractions. coming up next, among those
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animal shelters are overloaded. what you can do to help, next. >> and our first cold front this week brought us temperatures in the 60s.
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it's called "the snake:"
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"the snake" and others like it were drawn by state legislators as a partisan power grab. 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. for supreme court, we deserve better than bob edmunds. . tonight the story of a group helping an 83-year-old
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residents on this road that took in 3 to 4 feet of water during hurricane matthew. take a look, all the dry wall and everything destroyed. this is all clothing and food items. in this direction, appliances also lost. fortunately she did have help cleaning up. but the water line here ow area. jones has lived in her home for three decades. her kitchen now, mold growing on the walls. in her bedroom, this leather coat now covered with mold. >> everything is gone. they had operate blessing came in and helped me. and without them, i couldn't
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relief group. over the past few days they are torn out walls and flooring in her home and have worked to salvage whatever possible. once all the debris is removed here, she'll still need help remodeling her home, getting new appliances and plumbing and thin don operation blessing will be in town for a couple of weeks. if you would like to volunteer, go to for more information. nate rogers, cbs north carolina. animal shelters are packed full of dogs displaced by the flooding of hurricane matthew. some dogs are waiting to be reunited with families and others are still looking for their forever home. >> reporter: animal control officers have been busy since hurricane matthew, dealing with
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>> you can't deal with the victims and see the things they are going through. they come in here crying because we've saved their dog and thanking us for what we're doing and that kind of stuff. you know, it gets into your emotions at times. >> reporter: at one point during the week of hurricane matthew, the animal shelter had nearly 150 dogs. normally they hold 20 to 30 dogs. one of the dogs looking for found walking around main street in princeville. an animal control officer from charlotte caught this video on his dash cam. you could see the dog following the team. >> they took off down the road to go to the next house and she followed them. and she decided she wanted to come stay with us for a little while. she's been hanging out with us ever since. >> reporter: people in neighbors counties have been offering help and supplies over
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it's great to know we can come and help out when we can. we're going to collect a little more because they are in need of more items. but it's just great what they're doing here, you know, checking animals from the flood. we are in the weather center with wes and today felt >> yesterday it was 80, today in the 60s and breezy at times. it felt like fall. and the days continue to get shorter. that sun will set at 6:27, which is in nine minutes. that's too early. we don't like it when we get dark early. 61 degrees and when the sun goes down, it is going to get chilly. walk outside going to work and school this morning, it was 47
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be 41 degrees. then we slowly warm up back to the mid-50s by friday morning. out there right now, it is dry again after another sunny day. temperatures have fallen into the upper 50s to low 60s, 61 here in raleigh, 58 in durham and 65 in fayetteville. the cold front lurked and dropped our temperatures today, and it will drop them a little more tonight. we'll keep it clear and dry. hour by at 8:00, 51 at 10:00, through the 40s overnight and you're out the door tomorrow with 41. no clouds or rain but it did bring in cooler temperatures from the north. the high pressure from the north will stay with us overnight, helping us get a little colder. this is the weather map for tomorrow. temperatures won't be much different than today. but they will warm up getting toward the end of this week.
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disorganized warm front, low pressure, weak cold front that's going to come through. it's not going to do what it normally does. we'll have a small chance of rain late in the day thursday. put the maps into motion and that moves by, and it's going to warm up as we head into the weekend. there might be a leftover shower on friday morning, but we'll be sunny and dry this no, temperatures are not going to cool down after this one. they will be cool tomorrow with sunny skies and dry weather, highs in the mid-60s here in the triangle and close to 70 in the sand hills. we're up to 70 on thursday, low 70s by friday with a few clouds and small chances of rain. thursday night, early friday
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friday we are dry, normal high is 70 and we have 76 for saturday nd sunday. monday we'll be 71so t too warm or too chilly for trick-or- treaters. and then tuesday, the first day of november. that sounds weird. but it will continue to be sunny and 72 degrees. 17 days since hurricane matthew hit us have been near perfect weather. that stretch is kind of going to continue through next week. >> still need to dry out some, so that's good. tonight is a big night. >> going to be a great series. the indians and cubs have each played more than 170 games this season. seven at the most remain, and it starts tonight in cleveland with game one of the world
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been dreaming of that championship. >> to have the two longest droughts without a title facing each other, it's a good background for the series. >> you want to make it to this point. you want to be the last team standing and jumping in the dog pile and having fun afterwards. >> it's a hot ticket, some fans offering up to $12,000 for a chance to get a seat to the game. five regular season games remaining for duke and the blue devils need to get busy. the last five to get to the postseason. duke is coming off its bye week, a chance to rest up and get healthy for the stretch run. >> coming out of camp, seven straight weeks, it's a grind. long season. we're able to get healthy, rested and rejuvenated so we're ready to go now. >> duke and georgia tech saturday at noon. the state fair packed up and
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road swing. the canes will play their final game on the road against the red wing. >> four leads, you wish for another win. if we can go in there and get a win, we favor the home schedule if rest of the way. >> that's at 7:30, highlights tonight of the week is benson squaring off against the trojans. both teams are 5-0 in the conference. garner just wins games, so should be fun for friday night. >> getting back to the world series, we have the cavs playing tonight appear their
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>> and we've been there. it's a small area. it's park and walk. >> like the hurricanes and the pack having a game. >> during the state fair. >> it will be a parking lot out there. >> and cleveland tonight, it will be a little chilly. they have some clouds. there's a live look, jacobs field there on the left.
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after 30 years in law enforcement, i've seen a lot. and i can tell you, josh stein will be an attorney general we can count on. anyone that tells you different doesn't know what they're talking about. josh is endorsed by law enforcement because he has a record of making us safer. protecting children from sexual predators. and expanding the dna database to put rapists behind bars.
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