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we are live with what we are learning about this developing story and how the university is responding. a tragic turn in wake county, what investigators have told us about what happened. a local high school football game will have extra security. thanks for joining us this friday, i'm lena tillett. >> and i'm renee chou. now to an investigation where a college student fell out of >> it happened yesterday at campbell university. that's where wral's mikaya thurmond joins us this morning. what are you learning? >> reporter: the question is determining whether the student jumped, fell or was pushed out of the third story window. investigators confirmed that 18- year-old ezra goldbach died from the fall. he was a professional golf management major and a freshman here at campbell university.
sheriff's office began blocking off the road surrounding kitchin hall. the three-story building is an all boys dorm. authorities say the victim's family has been notified. dr. bazemore, vice president of student life at campbell university, i spoke with him just about 15 minutes ago. he tells me that the school is saddened by this tragedy and that they will have counselors on campus throughout the day to help students and faculty members cope with this loss. >> mikaya thurmond, thank authorities in wake county are investigating after a car struck and killed a 3 year girl. it happened on old us-1. the girl was crossing the street when she was struck before 5:30 yesterday evening. the girl was just 3 years old and the father had just purchased toys for his daughter and two other children in the family. the friend says he was setting up a game that he bought and did not notice the girl was behind him in the yard when she ran into the road. no word on charges. clayton police are
man beaten ended up arresting that man and two others. deputies found a man beaten up at a gas station unfamiliar church road. he was carrying drugs including ecstasy. further investigation resulted in the arrest of samuel garcia and samantha weishiemer, also on drug charges. we have learnedextra security will be on hand for tonight's game in pinecrest high school in moore county. >> that is in response to recent shootings in the community. wral's bill leslie is in the newsroom with more. >> reporter: the moore county school system sent out an email saying students, parents and faculty will all need to go through standup metal detectors tonight. also,no bags will be allowed in the stadium area. officials do not have any specific threats, they just want to make sure everyone is safe in light of recent violence. that includes the drive-by shooting of a 12-year-old girl
jalinda campbell was shot one week ago today. a 3-year-old was also shot but survived. a teenager is charged with murder and another man is charged in accessory after the fact. police are looking for a gunman in a second drive-by shooting. a man was shot in the leg in a yard on west illinois street where several people were gathered for a cookout. that man is supposed to be okay. there is a memorial service tomorrow for jalinda campbell at southern york primary school. >> wral is where you want to be on election night for a perspective you won't find anywhere else. 20 wral journalists will be in the field of candidates and campaigns as they learn the outcomes of the races. we will have the fastest election returns of anyone in the area. >> our coverage on wral begins at 7:00 and will continue well into the night. it includes a special one-hour edition of our 11:00 news.
laura leslie with three hours of election coverage focused on the races that impact you most. you will find that on channel 5.2 and through cable, time warner channel 1255. >> all of our coverage will be available on our website, wral app and of course oursocial media accounts. these are great ways to stay informed if you can't be in front of your tv. it is finally beginning to feel like fall, elizabeth. >> almost. 83 was the high yesterday, 84 was the record yesterday. we will see highs in the 60s and expect that well into next week. we may climb into the low 70s a few days but nothing like 80s. we have a few lingering showers along with this front that will bring us cooler air today. harnett county, sing a sprinkle into johnston county as well.
we had rain earlier along the i- 95 corridor but it is pretty much over. a little bit of sprinkling from falcon over to dunn. roads are still damp in places but this is nothing that will cause an issue for your commute this morning. 59 in durham, temperatures overnight have been mild. and 50s in roxboro, mid-60s in fayetteville and that cool air will come spinning down from quickly after the sun sets down into the 50s. brian is here with a look at areas that are starting to slow down. >> 40 westbound is still sluggish heading off of garner through south raleigh into rtp. because of the slowdowns westbound away from raleigh out toward the airport, we are seeing heavy traffic on outbound wade avenue. pretty slow from 440 out toward the i-40 merge on the west side of raleigh. one trend in the past few
clearing up pretty well. so that is improving and we will watch that traffic sort of ease on down toward us-1 and wade avenue before it wraps up the morning commute in about 30 or 40 minutes or so. as we take a look at the number of crashes around the triangle, a number of minor accidents but nothing causing huge delays. we are picking up some additional delays on inbound creekmore wrote this morning because of an accident reported at lynn road and potentially a second accident at sawmill road. it is through those intersections this morning. give yourself a few extra minutes coming in from 540. westbound 540 slowing down in advance of creekmore road but by the time you get down to glenwood avenue, traffic is moving along well. the northbound side of the durham freeway is slow between ellis road and downtown, southbound looks fine and 40 eastbound leaving chapel hill holy -- heading into the park. the fight against isis is reaching new levels of
forces launched an assault deeper into the city. islamic state militants are firing back with intensity. the fighting has been the most intense urban combat since the iraqi offensive began two weeks ago to drive isis from the city. 1700 fort bragg soldiers are headed to iraq this winter. they are part of the second brigade combat team. the army says they will be in charge of training, advising and assisting iraqi security forces as part of operation inherent resolve. a retired airman will receive one of the highest airman first class benjamin hutchins will be presented the silver star for combat actions in 2009 while in afghanistan. at the time he was part of the army's82nd airborne division. the ceremony is later this morning at pope army field. this weekend, several communities will salute local veterans, among them fayetteville , the 2016
on wral. this is video from a past parade. brian shrader, lena and bait --gilbert baez will host the parade. coverage starts at 10:00 on wral and wral.com. join us on twitter using the hashtag, #wralvetparade. raleigh's veterans parade is also tomorrow. this is video from last year. this year we should have a lot more sunshine. but it is going to be on the cool side. a win for an antiabortion group in raleigh. >> city leaders changed their decision about where the group can establish their building. details coming up.
these gorgeous, gorgeous trees that are just letting our driveway. overnight last night the rain and wind knocked all of the leaves off of them. >> the beautiful red one in the middle of the orange ones. >> looked down below you can see all of the leaves on the ground. >> that is the evidence. >> it's fall. >> it is. you've got to just deal with nature. >> i wish that the lease lasted longer. really, we lose a lot of the leaves in about a tw period. it goes really quickly. i wish it was two months that we had the beautiful color but it's not. >> we have some gray skies out there this morning and we were listening to the beatles, "good day, sunshine," and will have plenty of it after the cold front comes through. just a bit of lingering patchy rain, couple of showers from worcester johnson county into harnett county and northern
other than that, most of the rain has moved eastward. we have had plenty of rain around wilson, goldsboro, most of that is gone. one more sprinkle or two and we will see clearing. skies are starting to clear up in virginia. it'll happen quickly. we'll see sunshine everywhere by lunch time. it may not just be our trees on the driveway but a lot of trees may lose their leaves with easy conditions as we get into the afternoon. -- breezy conditions as we get into the afternoon. you can see th the clouds as we look across from our rdu cloud cam , it is still looking rather gray here at 8:15. northeast wind at 8 miles per hour, 59 is the current temperature. when i came in, temperatures were in the 50s. wind has shifted northeasterly, cool air coming in, skies there, are dewpoint is starting to drop. we are seeing that front move
cooler temperatures. showers continue to push away from us and cool air comes filtering in with sunshine. take a look at that as we check our futurecast. by 11:00 him all of that rain is out of here, the sun is with us. it will be breezy. it's going to feel a bit nippy today, you will need a jacket not so much because of the temperature but you will have a cold wind coming along with that. if you can find a spot that is sheltered from the wind it won't feel too bad. sunshine continues not just for the weekend but well into next week. that rain we saw overnight is about all we will see for the next seven days. it's going to be a chilly start tomorrow morning at 40 degrees. and of course, we will be bundled up for the fayetteville veterans parade. we are broadcasting at 10 a.m. on wral but they will be live in fayetteville, 52 degrees. if you will be there, you will need a jacket. finishing up at 11:30 at 56
some folks that will enjoy the cooler temperatures are the folks running the city of oaks marathon starting on hillsborough street at 7 a.m. those runners will want those cool temperatures. 40 is going to be perfect. by lunchtime, 66 degrees. monday and tuesday, high temperature about 70. tuesday morning, starting tomorrow morning through next week, cool in the morning, temperatures at 40 degrees. polls open tuesday at 6:30. 40 degrees. 70 for the high. feeling good. temperatures drop into the close. >> thank you, elizabeth. testimony continues in the trial of a white former police officer accused of killing an unarmed black man in april. michael slager is accused of shooting walter scott eight times after he fled a traffic stop. the shooting was captured by a bystander on cell phone video. some of scott's family members took the stand including his son and fiance. slager faces between 30 years and life in prison if
a kenly police officer charged in the death of a suspect is off the job. a superior court judge ordered the state to revoke jesse santa fort's lawenforcement certification of the man until the case is resolved. he is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of alexander thompson. thompson died after a march chase that spanned two counties. he was shot with a stun gun and died a month later. the grandson of a prominent duke university donor is facing a rape cha this is after a year-long investigation. jeffrey yoh jr. faces rape as well as assault by strangulation charges. according to documents obtained by wral, the assaults took place last year at an on- campus apartment. the yoh name is a well-known one at duk, spike yoh was a -- duke. spikes yoh was a board of
he is currently out on a $500,000 bond and is due in court next week. his defense attorney tells us yoh like anyone else should be presumed innocent. a reward is offered after a series of threats targeting wilson county schools. superintendent lane neil sent a letter to parents asking for help in identifying the people responsible. the person linked to the threat monday is being disciplined. other threats were made recently including two wednesday. those involved hunt and bedingfield high schools. hunt high received bomb threats on september 29 and october 26 as well. anyone with information about these threats should call police. the city of raleigh reversed its course in a recent zoning decision over the antiabortion group hand of hope pregnancy resource center. they wanted to restore a home next to an abortion clinic so that it could move its office into that space. the city refused and the group filed a federal lawsuit. the city 's planning zoning administrator decided the
there is still a 30 day window for nearby property owners to appeal before the decision becomes final. north carolina health officials reported a new flu related death in the state that brings the total number of deaths from complications of the flu this season to two. the cdc reports sporadic flu activity in our state which is the case for most of the country. a traveling exhibit is now on display, carolina museum of history. it is called the first gulf war, the war to free kuwait. one veteran said the exhibit will help people remember the hardships of war. the kuwaiti government funded it along with the 75,000 men and women stationed in north carolina who served. it will be on display through january. a d.o.t. vehicle was transported across the state stopping at museums,
but hollywood is talking about the films getting major buzz. mike wilber takes a look at oscar hopefuls coming to theaters. >> this does not make any sense. >> not everything does. >> reporter: alternative medicine in "dr. strange, benedict cumberbatch is a surgeon recovering from a car crash, but ?swinson teaches him the secrets of hidden dimensions and he will need those to save our rubik's cube existence from annihilation. it is rated pg-13. pacifism begets heroism in hacks are rich. this war story casts andrew garfield as the first conscientious objector to win the congressional medal of honor. private desmond dawson goes into battle refusing to carry a weapon and single-handedly saved 75 men. "hacksaw ridge" is rated r. justin to mike and anna
in "trolls." it is rated pg. virginia has not always been for lovers in "loving." this film is based on the story of an interracial couple legally married in washington dc but those matrimonial bonds are deemed illegal. in 1960s virginia. family spends the better part of the decade fighting to stay together. it is in limited release this week. a final push ahead of next week's election brings the president right back to north carolina. >> coming up, a report from fayetteville where the commander in chief will be visiting. the next step in getting to the bottom of what caused the pipeline explosion that threatened gas supplies across the south.
a congressional district known as "the octopus", another called "the snake", and 28 state legislative districts all drawn by politicians in raleigh to segregate african-american voters, all upheld by judge bob edmunds. but federal judges rejected edmunds'
decision for misusing race for partisan gain. he's endorsed by president obama.
i'm lena tillett with your top stories. johnson county deputies are investigating the death of a campbell university student who died after a fall from a third story window. the sheriff says right now he does not know if ezra goldbach jumped or fell. grief counselors are on hand to help students. we know the name of a 3- year-old girl struck and killed by a car in wake county.
melia bonos ruiz-coates. her father told authorities he was setting up a game in the backyard and did not notice his daughter was behind him before she ran out into the road. the roads are pretty wet this morning. >> the rain tapering off and moving out, starting to see some sun peeking in some spots. attorney sprinkle from fayetteville up tour dunn and that's going to be at. that will be eastward through sampson county in wake county. we will see skies clear and temperatures falling, already starting to see that in south hill in roxboro where temperatures are 5 to 6 degrees cooler than they were this morning. our temperatures will be cooler this afternoon at 67, highs in the 60s through the weekend. it is 8:27. we are looking at slow traffic on outbound wade avenue. take a look at the camera at edwards mill road. traffic heading away toward the i-40 merge. slow from 440 all the way out
we had some early delays on wral westbound. you can see that lingering heading away from wade avenue toward harrison avenue and aviation parkway. that is what has led to the backups on the westbound side of wade avenue. we also have an accident on the northbound side of raleigh on creekmore road and lynn road. expect south bound delays. president obama returns to north carolina to campaign for hillary clinton.
welcome back. it is 8:30. with less than a week left until election day, top democrats are traveling to north carolina to push both in the battleground state. >> wral's emmy victor joins us live from fayetteville where president obama will rally with his former secretary of state today. >> reporter: even though the event starts in just a couple of hours here at fayetteville continuing to grow. i want to give you a live look at the amount of people here this morning, rain or shine, to take a closer look at president obama and what he will be saying. he is going to be here rallying for his former secretary of state, hillary clinton, encouraging people to take part in the early voting process, the deadline here in north carolina ends tomorrow. and, he will be focusing on battleground north carolina, speaking to young voters here at
particularly aimed toward african-american voters, something that the clinton campaign is continuing to focus on these last couple of days before election day. north carolina has often been referred to in this campaign as a checkmate state for democratic nominee hillary clinton. meaning that a win in north carolina could lead to hillary clinton securing the presidency. the rally will be kicking off here on campus, doors open at 12, the event starts at 2:00. the president will leave and go toha event. president obama is one of several democrats that will be in town today, for example, new jersey senator cory booker will be here speaking in winston- salem as well as greensboro campaigning for hillary clinton. back to you. >> looks a little bit windy out there, stay put. thank you. the person chosen to introduce the president is a fayetteville native who has a knack for giving speeches. donovan livingston moved the nation with his graduation speech gone viral this spring
harvard and columbia and is working on his doctoral at unc greensboro. we'll have a live update with him on wral news. hillary clinton is traveling to pittsburgh today , yesterday she spent time with bernie sanders and music superstar, pharell. she urged people to vote early and talked about the desire to strengthen families in the country. before the event she held a rally in the eastern part of the state, then made a surprise mike pence will be in north republican vice presidential -- republican vice presidential nominee mike pence will be in northcarolina again today, he will hold a rally at the rock springs center in greenville one day after his running mate, donald trump, rallied in selma. trump talked about his commitment to the military, creating jobs and fighting isis. he also made a plea for supporters to get out and vote. he will headline a rally in
authorities are investigating after a car struck and killed a young girl last night in wake county. this happened on old us-1. she was crossing the street when she was hit by a passing car before 4:30. the girl was 3 years old and the father had just purchased toys for his daughter and two other kids. a friend says he was setting up the game that he had bought and did not notice the girl ran into the road. the girl's name is meliah banos ruiz-coates. we now know the name of the man killed by a tractor-trailer along i-95. it happened in the northbound lanes near exit 90 south of smithfield. troopers say 36-year-old naja gray of rocky mount was hit after he got out of the car with a flat tire. investigators say the tractor- trailer driver was not at fault. congress wants a federal
pipeline in alabama in less than two months. it provides 40% of the fuel supply on the east coast. in september there was a leak that led to a gas shortage. and higher prices in north carolina. monday there was an explosion that killed a worker, injured others and caused fires that burned for days. colonial pipeline says progress has been made and they hope to reopen the line tomorrow. it is gray but some of that starting to clear out. >> it is starting to move up toward the virginia line. take a look at satellite and radar, there's the back edge moving through harnett county and johnston county. it is almost out of here and you can almost see as we get to the end of the loop, clearing happening in the northwest portion of the viewing area. here's a look at the wral gardens right outside the door. it is gray.
broken about the trees, we know that it happens, we have been watching these gorgeous trees the last few days but look at this. you can see the wind blowing, we had enough wind and rain blowing to knock off the color from the trees. that shot was so nice. our temperatures are still mild this morning, 61 benson, 59 roxboro, 59 degrees in grammar, some drizzle in clinton right now. lunchtime, 65, temperatures hold in the mid-60s until sunset and then we start to see temperatures dropping significantl at lunchtime, 63, cool, breezy, much colder than yesterday. afternoon high, 67. lowe's tonight dropped down to about 40. a chilly start for both saturday and sunday morning, back to you. >> thanks. you will soon have to stay bye-bye to the big old bunnies. >> we are talking about the special exhibit at the north carolina museum of art. out and about will be here to tell you about a special
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if you are looking out of the house and have a good time, there's a lot going on. wral's out and about editor joins us now. >> there is something going on for everyone in your house, especially a fashion show this weekend. i understand, a couture show? >> couture for a cause. it is a fundraiser with outstanding outfits at the raleigh convention center saturday night.
with nonprofits to create outfits that are representative of those nonprofits. so the outfits are amazing. i love it. >> they are pretty jaw-dropping. i don't know if i would wear that out to work. but, you know. >> we could wear that with the umbrella. >> i just want a big goofy skirt. and of course, debra moore grinned served as one of the emphases in the past. great event, go check it out. >> what about the pumpkin smash? >> if you have old pumpkins from halloween on saturday, go out to three bare acres in creekmore and smash them. you're going to have tools, you can bash them in, you can slingshot them into the water which i think would be therapeutic will >> sounds like it. if you're frustrated. life, the election. >> live music, food trucks come all kinds of things out there.
there is a giant pillow thing they can jump on. a great place for them. >> while the kids are playing, parents can take out their anger on a pumpkin. there are always so many things going on at the museum. so, that got the big park expansion happening this weekend, they are going to be doing a big celebration event sunday starting at 1 p.m. you can go out there, there will be live music, food, all kinds of cool stuff for the children to do. take a tour of the new park. and of course, the bunn out there. we've got the giant bunnies for the big exhibit happening. that wraps up sunday as well. >> i have not had a chance to go check it out but you have, right? >> i did. it was hilarious seeing these kids in all of the gigantic bunnies and treating them like a bouncy house. >> did they already open up the park? because i went there. >> they are doing a celebration. >> i thought it seemed bigger.
>> and then we also have holiday shopping. >> junior league is happening their biggest shopping spree at the raleigh convention center. and then the holiday fair is happening as well. >> do you have anything more? >> we do have bob dylan playing this weekend at the durham performing arts center. it is sold out but if you can get tickets, good luck. he is a nobel laureate i understand. >> so much going on, thank you. for more information, search out and about on wral.com. also download the out and about at, take it with you on the go so you know what's going on. a retailer has its eye on local college students. >> where target plans to put new stores in and how they will be different from the
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our producer is quite the bob dylan fan. >> getting his
groove on in the control room. >> singing it in my ear. i'm sorry that you can't see that. [ laughter ] >> that's pretty funny. he is a big bob dylan fan. i am, too. i have seen him in concert three times. >> you will be rocking in durham. >> sold out, sorry. >> but you get a little taste there. [ laughter ] that's free. >> absolutely. >> so is our weather. it is. beautiful weather in some places.
i love this tall tower cam her. is in that gorgeous? we have a little bit of low cloud cover and mid-level clouds starting to break up nicely. it is beautiful. we are seeing sunshine in some places and not so much in others. we will see the skies clearing quickly now at 8:45. we talked about the fact that most of the rain will be over by 8:00 or 9:00. for the most part the rain is over and skies will clear quickly. 59 is the current temperature, northeast wind at 8 hour. it was breezy overnight with a front coming through, dewpoints dropping out into the mid-50s. it's going to drop into the 30s most likely overnight tonight. that does not have anything to do with the temperature, it's how it feels. we will have a nice dry day tomorrow and through the weekend. 55 in roxboro, 57 in roanoke rapids. starting to feel that cool air in the north. still on the warmer side down south, low to mid-60s, 61 in
fayetteville. that cold air comes filtering into the day-to-day and high temperatures will stay cool through the day. 66 tomorrow, 70 on sunday. lovely fall weather for november. we start out chilly though, temperatures close to 40 degrees and that will be the case well into next week. earlier in the week it looks like we might get close to freezing by tuesday morning but at this point it looks like you will stay above freezing. we have yet to have our first hard freeze and i can tell because the mosquitoes are still -- there are tons of there. the rain is almost over, shifting away from us right now, eyes are clear, cool air filtering in and that will be the way it is through today. 11 a.m., rain to the south. or maybe just a lingering shower in just our very far seven counties. by 1:00, plenty of sunshine, freezing and chilly and turning pretty chilly overnight in erwin tomorrow. here saturday, lunchtime, saturday evening, absolutely gorgeous day saturday and
little cooler. 67, our high temperature this afternoon, football friday, lots of stuff going on for friday evening. 7:00, 56, 10:00, 50 degrees. first friday, there is the shopping spree event at the convention center. i'm going to be in clayton where we will have the real olympic horseback riders. saturday, 66, 70 degrees on sunday. florida state plays antistate. it's going to be chilly. finishing in the mid-40s. you are going to need to be prepared for that. runners are going to love the cool temperatures on sunday, starting off the city of oaks marathon at 40 degrees at 7 a.m., warming up into the mid- 60s, a beautiful day sunday and a nice day for the election on tuesday as well. it starts cool at 40 degrees at 6:30 a.m., 70 for the high.
we will not see the rain it looks like for the next seven days now. >> a whole other stretch. >> i like the secret rain. >> overnight rain was nice. he did not mess with the plants, gave us the rain that we need. >> moving on now. chicago will celebrate the world champion cubs with a parade and rally today. the team will travel down the famed michigan avenue and wind up at grant park for a noon rally. it is series championship win in 180 years. sports illustrated is celebrating the historic win with this new cover release ahead of schedule. the magazine moved up production by nearly a week to release the cover which read, all the way. the cover is already up on their website and social media. copies will start reaching news stands and subscribers tomorrow. the labor department will release job numbers for october today.
figure will show 175,000 jobs added last month. that is up from the 156 thousand jobs added in september. the unemployment rate is expected to drop slightly from the five to 4.5%. net app is laying off 650 workers in the latest round of job cuts to hit the tech storage firm. the spokesperson for the company will not say how many will be made at the rtp locations. the spokesperson did tell wral net wire that net app to meet job targets agreed to as part of tax incentives in return for the expansion. target wants to move closer to college campuses. the retail chain announced plans to open a location on hillsborough street near antistate and at the corner of columbia and franklin streets near unc chapel hill. those stores will be flexible format stores. that means they will be smaller than the traditional target stores. they will stock items that meet specific needs of nearby customers.
next year. the raleigh store will open in october. it is time to start thinking about thanksgiving. this month, brian and the ag department's lisa prince have ideas for your big meal using north carolina products. today, we are sharing a family favorite. >> i've got an old-fashioned recipe. my aunt celeste brought this every thanksgiving. a nice refreshing salad. what j does not love that? >> or adult for that matter? >> i have turned it into a six cup salad. when she made it it was a five cup salad. we have added pecans because these are in north carolina. >> we put cool whip in the bowl along with mini marshmallows and coconut. >> pineapple tidbits. >> little tidbits of pineapple. >> north carolina pecans, mandarin orange sections. then mix that altogether. >> once it is well combined put it in the refrigerator. >> this'll put a smile on everybody's face at the thanksgiving table.
>> it's got the creaminess, coconut, and then the orange. >> i know, it surprises you. thanksgiving, a lot of the food is heavy, your casseroles, and it's all hot. this is a nice cold side dish. >> a nice sweet side dish. good job. get a copy of that recipe on wral.com and enter recipes into the search box. and then look for the link to the printable version. next week, they have a downsized way to serve pecan pie. >> why would you want to do that? [ laughter ] like a healthier version? >> people who diets, elizabeth. >> challenge the principle of it. we were just debating about the whole concept of the ambrosia salad thing. not everybody is on board with that. >> i like the cool whip marshmallow coconut. it looks kind of weird, brian, i will say.
>> you don't want a giant bowl of everything. >> when is lisa coming back in? >> i think next week. i don't really remember. >> the downsized pecan pie? do you ever get one of those ear worms caught in your head? a song that won't go away? now we have a science a new study explains why those songs known as your worms get stuck in your head more than others. british researchers announced dozens to name their most frustrating your worms. just because it is stuck in your head does not mean that you like it. they found that your worms tend to be faster paced with a fairly generic melody and unique repetitions. the experts say the key to getting rid of one is to just give in and listen to the whole thing all the way through so it does not looping your brain anymore. i have also heard that if you sing happy birthday a couple of times that will get it out of your brain, too. i don't know how many bob dylan
probably not so many. >> that could be a good thing. higher-level music. now you are going to play something so that you can get a song stuck in our head. >> that would be producing television wisely. from ear worms to earthworms. this is a 16 inch long earthworm that weighs the same as a small candy bar and has entered the record books in the uk as the largest one ever found in britain. >> who wants to earthworm with a candy bar? >> it goes in your ambrosia salad. they named the earthworm, dave. at the natural history museum in london they killed him and put him in a jar. for science. >> white? dave! >> they use the term euthanized. but what they did was kill him. >> and middle school, we dissected earthworms. did you guys do that? it's terrible. >> i hope you are eating breakfast.
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hillary clinton. you will be in fayetteville and charlotte. to rally is at 2 p.m., doors open at noon. republican vice presidential candidate mike pence will be campaigning in greenville. he will spring at rock -- he will speak at rock springs center at noon. this is the last full day for early voting in north carolina. is stopped tomorrow at 1 p.m. to find your early voting site and polling place and a list of candidates, go to wral.com. nice today, not as warm as yesterday. >> exactly. here's our raleigh sky cam. we have a mix of sun and clouds in places, clearer the farther north and west you are, the more south andes, the more cloud cover. temperatures will be cool here and temperatures will start to quilter -- filter southward. this afternoon temperatures will be in the 60s instead of 80s. a chilly start saturday and sunday, high temperatures close
while we still have a few crashes on our live commute map, the number of major routes that are slow are starting to dwindle as the morning commute winds down.'s low on outbound wade avenue. 40 west bound a little bit slow approaching wade avenue. a little bit slow on the freeway between ellis road and downtown but no big unusual delays. a reminder that the on and off ramps from 40 west and rock quarry road will be closed tonight. a speeding driver caught the attention of a police officer but the driver did that's because the man's wife
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