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well, barbara: developing this morning searching for answers it a double murder. johnston county authorities working to identify one of the victims. local sanders supporters will feel the better than.r husband today. the long list of people expected. good morning carolina welcome on tri friday march 11. i'm barbara gibbs. john: i'm john clark. all the morning news in a moment but first here is meteorologist don schwenneker.
dry conditions and poreanother warm day. we will see temperatures climbing into the 70's by 10:00 this morning and we hang out there the rest of the day. warm week. 64 right now in roxboro. 65 chapel hill. 64 sanford. 66 smithfield, 67 in fayetteville and 66 wilson. a look at the day ahead. 65 now and mostly cloudy. we will be poke -- mostly cloudy all day. 77 at lunchtime and almost 80 in the afternoon. we will talk more about this warm day and warm weather. we have cooler temps in the seven-day forecast. john: new this morning we are learning the name of one of the victims kid in a double murder in johnston county. a woman says her son matt jones of killed. he and another woman were found dead yesterday. authorities vice president --
they responded to unity drive. a toddler was in the home but was not hurt. we will hear from jones's mother who believes her son probably knew the person who killed her. barbara: the parade of candidates continues with bernie sanders maybing a top in the triangle. john: this a day after hillary clinton spoke. gloria rodriguez is live in raleigh where sanders supporters will see their candidate today. gloria: we have had ted cruz, donald trump, hillary clinton yesterday and today it is bernie sanders who will be here speaking at a rally at about noon. he is expected to college a affordability.
arts center. yesterday hillary clinton feels at hillside high in durham. it lasted about 20 minutes and focused on education. >> when i talk about wanting to get the economy moving, create more opportunities it sis hand and hand with education so let me tell you what i want to do. if i'm so fortunate to be your president i want to be a good partner with teachers and principals and school boards and families and students. gloria: the rally today starts at noon. the doors open at 10:00 a.m. it is free but you are encouraged to rsvp. the primary election is tuesday so all eyes will be on north carolina. live in raleigh, gloria rodriguez, abc 11 eyewitness news. barbara: just days before the florida primary the four republican candidates faced off in the latest debate. donald trump wrote off rubio and
chance. he held a double digit lead in florida. immigration is a key issue for florida. one hot topic last night a visa program thatten courageous -- that encourages that. this was mostly civil. happening today donald trump is expected to pick up the endorsement of ben carson. carson is expected to appear with him today. he says they have discussed education and how to improve schools. abc11.com is your source for full election coverage. john: security extremely tight for the funeral of former first lady nancy reagan who passed away last sunday at age 94. today she will be laid to rest beside her husband.
amber: first the public paid its into the ground she will be as close as though they could hold hands feel amber: there will be readings by her children and jerry brown. barbara: a brush fire in fayetteville scorches 12 acres. the fire chief said it started on airport property and spread. some drivers reported smoke on
don: we will there are two democratic
visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
64 henderson, 64 roxboro. 63 raleigh and cary. 64 sanford and pinehurst. 65 goldsboro and 67 fayetteville and 63 in goldsboro. a look at the day ahead. mid 60's now. by lunch 77, mostly cloudy skies and through the late day 78 degrees and mostly cloudy skies. lots of cloud cover working through today. could see a stray sprinkle. better chance of rain is sunday. we will talk about that in the complete forecast next. john: a crimestoppers award being offered for a drive-by shooting that hurt an elderly man in durham. officers were on patrol near mcdougald terrace and heard shots wednesday. police say someone shot a 78-year-old man in the arm while he was working on his car. he was taken to the hospital for treatment but he should be ok. they say the shots were fired from a newer model white ford taurus.
heard about the pros and cons of body cameras raleigh residents are calling for accountability and transparency after a deadly shooting by a police officer. the police accountability task force presented the argument for the cameras last night. it was scheduled before akiel denkins was killed by a police officer in southeast raleigh. minorities are more likely to be targeted by police in raleigh says one. >> if you are black and brown in raleigh you are 270 percent who are likely to be arrested, stopped and searched but 10 times less likely to have contra ban so there is a systemic problem of violation of and human rights. barbara: if the r.p.d. would create more programs to help minorities it would help the community police itself. in nash county all deputies have cameras.
the next year the sheriff's office expects more grant money. the sheriff says the use of body cameras is part of the openness and transparent is si within the department. john: the construction of the new cathedral hits a milestone this week. the holy name of jesus got the top hat so to speak the chopper 11 h.d. captured the shot as it was hoisted on top of the facility. 2,000 will be able to fit the cathedral. it is expected to be complete some time in 2017. barbara: the durham rescue mission needs help spreading joy. they are asking people to donate 1,500 easter baskets. hundreds are expected to line up march 25 for the easter basket give away. the mission says so far it only has five baskets to give out. if you want to help you can bring a basket by the durham
man (sternly): where do you think you're going? mr. mucus: to work, with you. it's taco tuesday. man: you're not coming. i took mucinex to help get rid of my mucusy congestion. i'm good all day. [announcer:] mucinex keeps working. not 4, not 6, but 12 hours. let's end this barbara: welcome back on this friday morning, 4:45 and 65 degrees. a double murder case is under investigation in johnston county. that is one story making headlines.
drive near new ton grove where they found a man and woman dead in a house. a woman says matt jones her son was killed but authorities have not confirmed the identities. a toddler was found but was not hurt. the family of a deceased cumberland county teenager danielle locklear will have a vigil marking two years since her murder. her ex-boy friend is charged with killing hered a dumping her in the south river. it hr bwill be in the alterville community center. relatives of every president back to john kennedy will attend the funeral of nancy reagan. she died sunday. john: a consumer alert before you pack lunch today nestle has a recall involving several popular tprofrpb foods.
boxes of digiorno lean cuisine and stauffer's products because at the may have small pieces of glass. the recall includes digiorno pizza, lean cuisine pizza and lasagna and souffles of stauffer. the number of zika cases rising in the u.s. nearly 200 reported all traced to travel abrade. officials are pleading support congress to provide $1.9 billion to fight it in latin america and help prevent it from spreading to the u.s. capitol hill republicans insist leftover ebola funds can be used. the virus is spread mainly through mosquito bites. barbara: people in louisiana are bracing for more rain. they are dealing with flooding from two days of onpours. owe -- downpours. three have been killed including a 6-year-old girl and over 1,000 forced from holes.
barbara: president obama is standing about by his decision to nominat his stance would be different if the president were conservative. rave reviews for the canadian prime minister some calling him impressive at the white house state dinner. it is the first state dinner for a canada leader in nearly two decades. more than 170 guest eded -- guests attended t. john: remember to spring forward this weekend. you will feed to move clocks ahead one hour. it is 2:00 a.m. sunday but it is
if you ever wonder why daylight savings time exists one argument is fewer accidents happen during daylight so extending it in winter and evening daylight. but arizona and hawaii are the only two states that do not observe the containing. barbara: a young teenager who waited months for a new heart is recovering this morning and this sis algae -- this is him after his surgery. he is doing great. he is talking and is ready to eat. before he went under yesterday morning he told the doctors i trust trust you. i know you are going to do a good job. he's been battling a condition called dilated myopathy. it is so good to know he is recovering. >> courageous young man. great future ahead.
trogt last time because my clock died. i better forth forget this time. don: are you the one walking in ahead of service. barbara: my body clock wax me up. don: this shift, even on a saturday if i sleep in it is like 4:30. barbara: six o'clock. john: babies and toddlers don't go along with it. don: we have the warm temperatures but tomorrow will be a lot cooler. we will talk about that. now we will look at the trend the next several days. today back near 80 and tomorrow upper 60's. coolest day of the next seven as we get back to around 68 and 70's sunday and gradual climb to 80 for the middle of next week. nice warm weather continues. raleigh temperature right now 65, dew point 58, 78% humidity.
live look into joined r.d.u. and temperature right now 65, 74% humidity, west wind eight miles an hour. numbers from across the, 64 roxboro, 64 oxford, 65 r.d.u. and chapel hill. 64 sanford. 66 smithfield and fayetteville 67. we will see support clouds through the day. forth a ton of sunshine breaking through. today, tomorrow, plant of clouds. rain stays out to the west. you can see the shower activity unfortunately for the people of louisiana and mississippi. they continue to get pounded by heavy rain today. we will see clouds working through today feel mostly cloudy at lunch and forth a ton of precipitation. by 5:00 to 6:00 you could see an isolated sprinkle. most places dry. somebody gets a sprinkle and again tomorrow. by 1:00 our pod shows a sprinkle around, post places dry.
rain arriving. i can sun afternoon we will be wet. rest of today mostly cloudy skies in raleigh, by lunchtime warmest lunch all week, 77 degrees. we will stay another 80. we will see temperatures around 80 from smithfield to holly springs. mostly cloudy, near 80 in the sand hills. tonight back into the 50's for overnight lows. 56 raleigh. 58 fayetteville. first alert seven-day forecast powered by accuweather severely temperatures tomorrow -- showing temperatures back into the 60's. 68 degrees for the st. patrick's day parade. if you can't join us, you can watch it on abc11.com. we spring forward saturday night into sunday. 73. monday 75. tuesday 77. 80 wednesday and thursday is st. patrick's day and that is looking like we will see showers and temps cooler, around 70. barbara: starting the party
an anna laurel checked on him. reporter: nearly every time he works somebody asks. >> everybody is always asking does young man from target still work with you. >> that was a year ago. i'm surprised. reporter: we met him after this picture of him went viral. target employees helping him tie a tie. but they did more than that. they prepped him for the interview with chick-fil-a. >> look them in the eye and give them a stern handshake and he tooked his shirt it. reporter: he get the job and he's been building confidence even doing better in school. >> i'm thankful to have a job and having the work experience and hopefully i should be able to know what i'm doing when i get older and go to collegement reporter: we can see a difference. so can his boss. >> avenues little quiet and -- he was a little quiet but he is
and he is doing an all job. reporter: those target employees come by for lunch to check. >> if not for people at target helping me with the job interview none of this would have happened. barbara: that is anna laurel. his mom apbdnd audrey snapped the photo and they have become trends. -- become friends. john: maybe a chik-fil-a manager some day. donald trump rally known for getting heated but it is what happened at fayetteville that
suspect >> this is my baby. i don't have no feelings right now. john: a mother in shock after learning her son is a victim of a double murder in johnston county. his toddler found inside the home unharmed. new details. barbara: the punch seen around the country. new charges a cumberland county man faces connected to this incident at a donald trump rally in fayetteville. >> another springlike day. don will tell us how warm and chance of rain it weekend. good morning, carolina, welcome on friday march 11, 5:00, 65 degrees. i'm john clark. barbara: i'm barbara gibbs. more on the big stories but first meteorologist don schwenneker in the first alert storm center. good morning. don: good morning to you.