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this is wral news on fox 50 at democratic lawmaker who represented durham f up colleagues and fill it -- and colleagues are remembering the fbi is looking into more e-mails since the first time have -- hurricane matthew devastated the -- there county the students head back to class. i am lena gillett.
>> it doesn't seem right for temperatures in the 80s on halloween does it? nice to see a drop in our temperature. a mix of son and clouds as the clouds pops up and brighten things up and you will notice if you stepped out the door it is still warm. cooler temperatures for later today but are cold front is still pushing southward and gradually it will push in. dermot 67, studios. 50 and south hill. 60 goldsboro and 57 and southern punning. 66 at lunchtime and high of 69 down from mid-80s for our highs yesterday. with cool things down to warm things up back into the 80s were brief. and i will show you that coming up and her seven-day forecast.
traffic one in garner causing the got -- big backups. it is 7:02 a.m. and that it's the white oak bridge. just beyond the white oak bridge passed the clayton bypass we have an accident and the median. the left lane is blocked in traf take a look at the latest drive time. taking 49 minutes and that number is steadily climbing. consider alternate routes like highway 50 and weed county business 70 out of clayton and that might be an option. the only good news about this is because traffic is backed up we will see light traffic and if you can pick up from business 70 you should be in good shape.
here is another accident we've been watching. this is northbound crede more road down to one lane. we are starting to see backups building. we are able to get to the ramp on 540 eastbound on the southbound side we are seeing delays and you can get into that turn lane but it looks like that is a growing problem. also seeing delays coming of westbound 64 because of an earlier views -- vehicle fire. it looks like the scene is cleared. we're still trying to look through those residual delays. thank you very much, brian. we are waiting to learn about the funeral arrangements for an north carolina representative.
how he is being remembered. >> the man was diagnosed with leukemia a year ago and he benefited from treatment. he was able to continue working and to keep -- keep teaching sociology. he had a recent sudden return of the cancer. representative died at 70. governor corey said representative paul luke reflected his undeniable passion for serving his district and helping the people of north carolina. and patsy keeper who sue -- served with him in the assembly and considered him a member -- a mentor. >> we are deeply saddened by
thoughts and prayers are with paul's family. he will be missed. he was running for re-election. his name will remain on the ballot. they have to pick someone to fill his seat for the rest of his charm -- read place him in the iraq -- in the election. >> thank you very much for the update in the next 24 hours we can learn more about new e-mails may be relevant to its investigation to the private e- mail server. democrats are demanding answers may have broken the law by interfering in the presidential campaign democrats are demanding james comey provide details today with the new middle -- newly discovered e-mails are actually new, could be classified information or they are duplicates for which clinton has already been cleared.
come forward. >> he has a duty to move forward professionally and in a timely way. >> senate minority leader suggest comey man violated the hatch at by revealing vague new information just days before an election. >> it's a very unusual thing when 11 days before an election something like this just gets introduced as a distraction. >> clinton avoided the issue campaigning in florida >> there's a lot of noise and distraction. >> donald trump suggested without proof that the fbi may have discovered thousands of missing clinton e-mails. >> i think they found the mother load it could be a problem for other democrats. >> it will hang around the next of democrats who continue to support her. >> with 21 million americans already have voted. tracie potts, nbc news washington this is the last full week
mike kaine will visit stanford today. >> president obama will visit chapel hill on wednesday at 2:00 p.m. vice president biden coming to charlotte the day before the president gets here. no word yet whether donald trump will be campaigning in north carolina bill clinton kicked off this week's and he spoke at a rally in charlotte with the message targeted to our state. >> hillary has a plan to create more than 10 million jobs just through good infrastructure projects. not just roads and bridges and ports and airports but protecting coastal areas like north carolina because of climate change. >> former presidents entire
found on wral.com. prior to his visit the president spoke to supporters in greensboro a new wral news poll released this week. find out how north carolinians feel about candidates and how the issues are influencing their votes. we will have exclusive coverage beginning tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. on wral. floodwaters took out thousands of cars and trucks. >> where do they go? what you should look out for the next time you are on t the hunt for man wanted in connection with the double
wral news on fox 50 is back with bill leslie and alayna to let. >> robinson county schools opened with a two hour delay. employees will accommodate damaged roads. the library reopens today with limited service. the basement flooded during hurricane matthew as well. several offices were located in the basement and they're being relocated to the 1st and 2nd floors. the elevator doesn't work either a parking is limited because of renovation trucks and those are expected to last through the end of's -- the end of september. the book sale was flooded and
book sales have been canceled. >> the moore county sheriff's says heat -- fema teams will be in the county helping people affected by flooding. they will go door to door wearing fema identified clothing and carry id badges. look for them from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and feel free to call the moore county sheriff's office. state make sure you don't take taken. they are showcasing vehicles damaged by flooding in eastern north carolina. the department of motor vehicles will tell people what they should look for involving the sales of damaged vehicles. this is happening in raleigh at 10:00 a.m. >> a rocks army is making the move a mosul. >> what we're learning. >> a teenager and man accused of
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is showing how not to create jobs. as lieutenant governor, i'll work with roy cooper to get rid of hb2 and create good jobs, not chase them away. 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.
but federal judges rejected edmunds' opinion and said the power grab was all about race. for supreme court, we deserve better than bob edmunds. >> i don't know what happened but is that a halloween tall -- is that a halloween song? >> yes. >> what is it? >> it's something like the monster mash it was a graveyard mash.
about that. it's will smith singing that. >> it sounds like will smith. >> we are hip now. >> it's beautiful. >> i'm going to drink a little bit of caffeine and i will be right on it. >> it's pretty nice this morning temperatures are warm after yesterday temperatures climbed up into the 80s. our sky cam looking gorgeous with the breeze and sunshine popping up over the horizon are temperature 56 degrees which is well above normal for this time of the day and year. 54 is our dew point in roxborough 55 and 60 in erwin 61 and old goldsboro and these temperatures may not drop too much because the sun is coming up but now we warm things and it's a slow warm-up because we have cool air filtering in today behind the cold front crossing the state. here is a look at what we may or may not be seeing for halloween.
and we almost hit that yesterday. we will not today. we are close to it this morning and the wettest 4.18 inches back in 1887 and that would pretty much ruined trick-or-treating and that is not going to happen. temperatures mid and upper 50s and high just 69 in cooler and closer to normal for this time of year. we have a cold southward with rain and you can see underneath -- underneath the cool dome is the front moves southward the cooler air moves in and it will feel nice and cool. "futurecast" starting here at 8:00 a.m. showing cloud cover with the mix of son and clouds and they will stick around through the day. we take it out to tomorrow morning and you can see cloud cover in the morning and that lingers through lunchtime and through the afternoon it sends
completely gray day but we start with cloud cover. 69 the high and looking great for trick-or-treaters if you're heading at about 6:00 our sunset is after 6:00. 64 degrees in temperatures drop quickly by 9:00 down into the mid-50s. it will feel cool. 67 for tuesday. tuesday is a nice day for us and wednesday 78 we see the no rain between now and wednesday. we have a cold front coming through and behind the front 65 for the afternoon high. along that front there may be scattered showers. maybe a 30% chance of rain and as we get closer to thursday we can fine-tune how much we may see. 67 saturday and temperatures feeling pleasant and don't forget saturday night before
back one-hour so sunrise is at 6:42 a.m. and sunset 5:14 a.m. -- 5:14 p.m. it's nice to have the extra hour of sleep when it gets dark early on that first sunday it's a bit of an adjustment. brian here with adjustments you may need to make to your roof -- to your route this morning 7:19 a.m. let's start out in gardner where we have a crash in the median westbound on white oak road. 55 minutes from 42 up to 440. it is easing up just a little bit because we have rain -- lanes open but consider alternate routes coming in from that part of week puppy you might use 70 business down the westbound side from clayton to him and rode it will take 18 minutes. backing up 20 minutes to make the trip from 42 to the business 70 interchange and it
. we also have an accident on creekmore road at 5:40. you can get to the ramp to 540 eastbound but traffic is squeezed down to the one left the plane and big backups there. also on the southbound side we have a turn lane block trying to get on the 540 eastbound traffic is flowing more southbound side and that's not all as we head over to the eastern side of wake county we have an earlier vehicle fire and 64 right around lizard lick road and is you lead zebulun we see residual delays. let's take it to the camera earlier accident or vehicle fire is cleared up and you can see them backing up in just getting word of an accident blocking the southbound side of lewisburg road force bill brode coming out of roseville we need to think about alternate routes and we will talk about those in a few minutes.
a rocky special forces moving in to mosul over the east and under heavy fire -- i rocky -- iraq special ace -- iraq special forces are moving into moselle -- are moving into mosul. they are moving in with armored vehicles and abrams tanks as allied artillery and airstrikes hit positions. this is week two of the battle for last weeks if not months. a rocky police say a car bomb exploded in a bag dab -- a bag and neighborhood. the bombing hit a popular food and vegetable market in a predominantly shiite neighborhood. it was the fifth such explosion in the capital. today's casually tolls from the attacks stand at 16 dead and more than 16 wounded
destroyed. the biggest christian town in iraq snored and fell in 2014 and was retaken by iraq government forces last week as part of an ongoing operation to retake mosul a man wanted for double murder and a string of carjackings is over. michael j -- michael vance junior was killed shootout. an officer responding to a report that fans was shot in the shoulder and elbow. vance fred in -- lead in a car and was really -- later shot and killed. he is accused of killing two relatives and wounding two police officers it may be warm in north carolina but that is not the case everywhere. snowy conditions in northern california sierras slowed
which at one point shutdown a major interstate in both directions. at least six inches of snow fell in drivers who did not bring chains or weren't aware found themselves stuck in rising snow traffic officials say this is early for such dangerous winter weather. >> there will be game six today. today the cubs and the indians holding a three-two game way lead. that got there first win since 1945. the 4th inning was a big one. david ross with the deep flyball bases loaded and it was good for the sacrifice fly and what becomes the game winning run. some great relief pitching for the cubs who win it and they are now trying to become the first team to overcome three-one
royals. game six is tomorrow night in cleveland. it will be right here on fox 50 and they will meet
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i am bill leslie with your top stories. a big mess this morning and the triangle. let's start burner 40 westbound with an accident the median leading to big delays from 42 to 440 we are looking at 35 minutes to make the trip. the mark -- the number is improving. business 70 from clayton is a 17 minute ride and 50 northbound from 42 is taking about 19
540 interchange. heavy northbound delays and we need extra time. crash on for a one at forest hill road -- forceful road last -- forest hill road and consider using alternates back to you thank you, brian. no word yet for's date representative paul luebke. -- word yet for the date for representative paul luebke's services. and now elizabeth with our ever-changing forecast. >> very warm yesterday in our temperatures mild but we have a big cool down in the day is a cold front comes through. here is a raleigh sky clam.
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focused on people in community for 60 years, we promise a relentless pursuit of excellence and this is wral news on fox 50. >> it -- the time is 7:30. extra staff at a middle school in moore county to help grieving students and staff after 12-year-old student was shot and killed friday and southern pines. >> what a sudden and terrible loss. a 3-year-old shot and survived. a teenager in a man in jail charged in connection. we're joined mind -- we are joint live in carthage where they -- with >>reporter: the men are behind bars after a 12-year-old was killed and a 3-year-old is in the hospital. southern pines police arrested 16-year-old montese mcmanus who is charged with murder and assault with the deadly weapon. malika crawford is charged with accessory after the fact and comes after hundreds of people gathered at a vigil. 12-year-old
were shot while playing on the porch friday afternoon. today grief counselors are on hand at southern middle school where campbell was a sixth grader. principal marcy cooper says the district will send social workers and psychologists to assist as well. she says they plan on having service dogs available for students. >> it is something i don't think you are prepared for because yo >> crawford's first court appearance is scheduled for november 22nd. date has not been scheduled for mcmanus. bill and lena. >> thank you. mikaya thurmond live in carthage a pizza employee shot at one of three robbers. it happened yesterday morning while the restaurant was closed. three people are trying to rob
pulled out a personal handgun and shot him. there is -- they are looking for the other two suspects who ran away a mother charged with dwi in a crash that injured 17 people including her baby and a 19-year-old grandmother. this happened yesterday morning and stoke still in you for county. 35-year-old deid driving her suv the wrong way on highway 158 when she slammed into a church van. all 15 people in the van were hurt. chevron -- the baby suffered minor injuries. >> -- a possible sex assault at an off-campus fraternity house. campus police are investigating a report by female student that she was attacked early
upsilon house on chamberlain street. police have only a vague description in there reminding students to trust their instincts and travel in groups and report suspicious activity the head of the state department of environmental quality plans to be in hope mills. donald will visit a site to handle yard debris. the man has been visiting the site to help promote the quick cleanup. the deq is responsible for actor -- activating temporary so far the state has activated 67 storm debris sites. >> -- chappell hill is getting ready for a home grown halloween celebration. franklin street will close at 8:00 p.m. and will remain closed until 10:30. the town is encouraging families with young families to attend and they are reducing the perimeter hoping to keep things smaller and cheaper -- smaller and safer.
participated last year. >> elizabeth gardner is here with your halloween forecast. >> it was warm yesterday and it won't be nearly as warm today and it is rain free. look how beautiful it is in south hill. a couple of clouds and clear skies and mostly sunny to clearly skies. 56 in durham. town by town. 57 and erwin and gold fell. in goldsboro. here is a look at your forecast for the evening if you're heading out trick-or-treating. 4:00 upper 50s and by 6:00 mid- 60s and down to 60 degrees by eight p.m.
look at the roads and you have a lot of accidents to talk about. >> a rotten start to the week. 735 and we start out at white oak road. this is beyond the clayton bypass of 40 westbound. you can see the activity in the backups. taking a look 25 minutes to 440 and that's good news because it's coming down from as high as 90 minutes. traffic is flowing in both lanes are open. it will take a while to get the residual delays worked out and anticipate you get to 42 this morning and a reminder try to stay in the right lane if you can, at least slow down if you can't move over. 25 minutes and 40 westbound and you might consider using 70 business. if you can pick it up and 40 from 70 business it's a smooth ride into south rally otherwise you can continue on to heaven
already having people look for alternate routes. crash cleared up from freed more -- creekmore road and you can see the traffic can get by in the left lane but we have picked delays approaching the interchange. you can get the 540 eastbound for northbound creekmore road just. >> some delays. also we have road in the last check on the northbound side rather the southbound side, and sound side of lewisburg road is blocked and you can see the backup. considering -- consider alternates. what a mess thank you, brian. tesla plans to become your one- stop company. >> almost time to go trick-or- treating but who is eating that
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i think we put the pressure on them and we put in our request for thriller. we will have to tip our waitress or something. >> put another quarter in the wral jukebox. it is beautiful the weather is going to be nice. not as warm as it was yesterday but i do not know if anyone wants to sweat for halloween. high mainly upper 60s in costume friendly with temperatures in the 60s. it will be pretty much goldilocks weather for this time of year because we don't have to wear cold but we won't be running around sweating. we do have another big warm-up in our forecast. highs up their records again in the middle of the week. it will be short-lived and
extended period of time. look at our gardens. i've been waiting for vibrant color and when we come to work it's dark and over the weekend p.m. we have beautiful color in the trees here that line our driveway is pretty. not so much but 56 is our current temperature. dew point is at 54. it is pleasant and warmer than it should be. 56 in south hill and 59 in rocky mount and 51 in sanford and and still 61 in goldsboro. that's a warm spot. notice a few sprinkles appear into virginia overnight last night and that's along our front once the front -- the front drops to north carolina there is no rain left. cooler temperatures slipping behind the front and that will keep our temperatures back down to more reasonable levels. watch mainly our color contours. yellows and greens that will put us closer to normal.
up tuesday and wednesday with high temperatures well above normal the front comes in for thursday night. thursday is still warm but we will see the front slipping southward and that will usher in some cooler temperatures. we are in the green contours and temperatures close to normal and that continues into the weekend and even through next week. 69 our high temperature and not bad close to normal. trick-or-treaters heading out the door will feel pleasantly cool. 6:00 9:00 mid-50s. temperatures drop quickly after sunset. 67 for the high temperature tomorrow and 78 on wednesday and 81 on thursday and you see we are right back where we were over the weekend. 68 normal for thursday record is 84 and we are close to it but we probably will not set a record. cooler friday with a high of 65 and that cold front will have come through with a few showers
night and that looks like our best chance of rain all week and the weekend looks nice and dry but we go back to standard time on saturday night. set your clocks back before you go back. sunday sunrise 6:42 and sunset at 5:14 and that is always rough. you get used to it. i like the longer daylight in the evening so we will say good bye to that brian is here with a smattering of accidents on your commute. >> one on the north east side a rally caus 7:48 a.m. and we have the southbound side of lewisburg blocked at forceful road as crews try to get an accident cleared up. big delays as you head out of roseville towards the forest fill. pickup lewisburg road on the other side of the crash. looks like a smooth trip. and earlier accident getting
nearly 90 minute travel times between 42 and 440 and right now it's down to 23 minutes a closer to normal. notice as you come out of johnston county away from the cross roads you run into delays and before you get to 42 it slow all the way out to white oak road. once you get to business 70 you are in good shape and notice we have delay showing up on 42 on the clinton bypass so keep that in mind as you approach i- 40. just slow this morning between hammond road and the gorman street area. 18 minutes from the 440 split toward wade avenue. once we get beyond that it slows down heading towards aviation parkway and overall 540 looking all right. lena? >> thanks. live coverage of fayetteville's 2016 veterans day parade. ryan schraeder and i will host
through historic downtown fayetteville and the theme honors world for two veterans, the greatest generation, the parade starts at 10:00 a.m. and you can watch it live on w rel and wral..-- wral.com and join us on twitter at wral that pray. you may use them during the broadcast. in a surprise victory at the weekend box office. tyler perry's another a-list her. his latest remain number one for the second straight week with an estimated $17 million call. that was enough to scare away the third installment of the da vinci's -- the da vinci code the franchise. it bombed with just $50 million. the tom cruise action flick jack reacher never go back come on third with about $10 million.
sergeant -- starring benedict cumberbatch. it's more than the top three movies in the movies combined. doctor strange opens on friday. bob dylan says winning the nobel prize left him speechless and now he has recovered enough the swedish academy says dylan finally reached out to acknowledged -- acknowledged the award. he called the academy and it is unclear if you will travel to accept it in person and after awarded the prize the academy number called his -- members called the silent and polite and arrogant. renee chou is here to tell
carving knight after you see this game from nasa scientists. >> not fair. >> this is what happens when you apply mechanical expertise to pumpkin carvings. every year scientists at the jet propulsion lab hold the pumpkin carving competition. no one is crowned the champion but the only judges the viewing flashing stuff it's super cool. >> they are always the guys that when the science fair. you can tell while there is fire too but some fun stuff from the nasa folks. >> that's cool. >> check out this image of the sun lighting up social media taken by the solar dynamics observatory. a disclaimer, this was taken just before halloween two will --
those regions up here brighter because they are emitting more light and energy and takes high- resolution and mosaic -- images of our stars in color variations depending on what wavelength of light and they took some this year and they were as impressive so i saw the ones from two years ago are making the rounds again [ laughter ] >> just keep using it. how cool is that? [ laughter ] >> that is cool. >> it's like a jack-o'-lantern? >> and i was the only one in who wore orange today. >> you guys have gone all halloween. >> if you don't wear orange you will be the only one in and you will feel terrible and i am the only one. >> we will channel your spirit. >> you want me to -- you want to buy me an orange dress and i will wear it?
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the time is now 756 i am lena. traffic is a huge issue.
>> we leave roseboro it is blocked at last check at forceful road -- 7:56 a.m. -- also seeing northbound delays. consider using burlington as and good -- is a good alternate. pickup lewisburg on the other side of the accident. have another accident on 40 westbound much earlier. still blocking the median at white oak
it's coming down a little bit but plan on a 19 minute ride between 42 and 440 back to you. thanks, brian. grief counselors on hand in aberdeen. the 12-year-old was shot. campbell died. 3-year-old shot but survived. teenager charged with first- degree murder in the man with accessory after the fact. >> the home grown hallowee franklin street. the street is closed from 8:00 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. as the town is encouraging more families with younger children to attend they are reducing the perimeter to keep a thought -- smaller and safer and elizabeth is here with your forecast temperatures cooler but mild. after all of our warmth yesterday here is a camera from the north carolina museum of natural sciences. you can see some pretty sunshine over downtown rally 60
how he is being remembered. >> the fbi reopens its investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. how democrats and republicans are responding for the first time since hurricane matthew devastated their community students head back to class. thank you for joining us i am lena. >> and i am renee chou. >> state representative linette repr 25 years -- paul luebke represented durham for the past 25 years. >>reporter: he was able to return and teach sociology at unc greensboro. a spokesperson says he had a recent sudden return of his cancer and paul luebke passed away sunday night at the age of 70. tributes are pouring in.