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kayla: it is idol night on fog, join us as we dish on our favorite moments on idol chatter. good evening and thank you for joining us, i'm kayla ayres. first on fox tonight, controversy continues to swirl around the i-77 toll lane project. tonight the group widen i-77 hosting a meeting to point out the flaws they find with the plan as it stands now. ashl tonight? >> reporter: kayla, they really are looking into the project more and more and keep bringing up the findings. the widen i-77 group hasn't hosted a meeting in nearly a year, but officials say tonight's town hall came after the company's set to build the i-77 toll lanes filed for bankruptcy on a toll lane project in texas. >> we felt like we needed to put facts out there and to get this straightened out. >> reporter: the widen i-77 group presented an analysis of the toll lane project during a
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cornelius town hall. the presentation highlighted common features of private tolling projects from all over the country, and compared them to the project right here in north carolina. >> at the end of the day, right, it is pretty clear this is a method and a methodology of cintra and how they do business and canceled many projects in the past and fully expect this one to default as well. >> it's a misuse of money, and we need to learn more about that and pay attention to what our government's doing, no matter if you are a democrat or republican, it doesn't matter. everybody needs to pay attention to how the big money is spent. >> reporter: widen i-77 supporters weren't surprised to see that cintra filed for bankruptcy on its texas toll project. >> we should learn and we should be grateful to states of texas and indiana and others who have taken the hit so we don't have to. seems like we're going down the same primrose path.
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part of the big scheme with cintra. >> reporter: although the ncdot says cintra's contract does protect taxpayers from any financial losses, widen i-77 leader are not so sure and claim the local economy will lose money over the lifetime of the contract. >> this contract is so bad for the citizens of lake norman. citizens say we need to cancel the project. >> reporter: they think the state should get out before it's too late. >> thevate almost 200% over capacity, and it's dangerous. >> the one advantage is we live here and we're not going away, we have to win the last one. >> reporter: ncdot officials say at the request of the governor, the agency is reviewing every available option, both legal and financial to reassess the i-77 mobility partners business
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live in cornelius, ashlee mcgeehan, fox 46 wjzy. kayla: thank you, ashlee. ncdot secretary met with texas dot officials to discuss toll road projects, the conversation was productive and more information on the meeting will be released soon. new at 10:00, a union county jury convicts a man on multiple sex offenses with a teenaged boy. 40-year-old jason charles was sentenced to minimum of 40 years in prison. on three separate occasions between february 2014 and january 2015, he sexually assault his stepson at their home in monroe. when the teen told mom about abuse, she notified authorities and began the investigation. he must register as a sex offender for 30 years. law enforcement groups are asking north carolina legislators not to mandate how, when or if they should use body cameras. they want that decision to be
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we've reached out to several local sheriff's offices and found out they take the same stance as the nc sheriffs association. the group does not want body cameras to be a statewide requirement, saying local law enforcement agencies should decide that on their own. >> just to say you've got to have them may be the wrong way to go. kayla: gaston county sheriff says it's one thing to require the cameras but the big question is where will the funding come from? up next a legislative subcommittee will decide a recommendation that will go to the full committee, the general assembly will decide if any legislation is needed. we now know the identity of the person killed. they found two men shot including 24-year-old michael antoine jefferies, jr., pronounced dead at the scene. a third man was found at a
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detectives believe this was not a random act of violence are and still investigating. plaza-midwood diners are on high alert as the search continues for the person responsible for holding up one of the area's most popular restaurants. someone robbed the midwood smokehouse on central avenue. someone came into the restaurant around midnight, flashed a gun and stole an unknown amount of money. police have no suspects. if you know anything about this case, you are asked to contact crimestoppers. scary moments for passengers leaving on an out-bound flight from charlotte douglas international, forced to turn around after minutes in the sky and making hard landing after apparent plane malfunction as united airlines sky west flight 5711 leaving en route to chicago. witnesses say fire trucks landing. united is inspecting what caused the mechanical issue, but those who we spoke to say
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you're going to want to check your wallet, especially if you're carrying $100 bill. police tell fox 46 fake bills like this are circulating around the area. in boone, a number of businesses have gotten fake hundreds, bills that clearly say for motion picture use only. it looks just like the real thing, and has yellow pen marks to confuse people into thinking they've been tested for authenticity. anyone who sees one of these is urged to call the police. sports and politics don't mix. that's the message from a nascar sponsor following nascar ceo brian france's endorsement of donald trump for president. marcus lemonis is the ceo of camping world which is the sponsor of nascar's camping world truck series. he's upset with the nascar ceo because he endorsed a candidate period. he says he'd have the same reaction if the endorsement was for a candidate other than
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>> my advice to brian is to understand that he's got a constituency, and there's no place in business for politics and religion, there's just no place for it. kayla: camping world is set to be a nascar sponsor for years to come. lemonis says france's decision to endorse trump does not change that. a massive case of cat hoarding has a 60-year-old woman facing 92 charges. gail craig was charged and is expected in court in may. the local animal shelter is struggling to rehome dozens of cats. sam smith takes us inside the house where craig was living inside those cats. >> reporter: 90 cats inside one home. now as you would imagine, there was a cause for concern for animal control investigators. the cats were surrendered from this home in mooresville to the iredell animal shelter. >> we've been here late at night several nights, working
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>> reporter: director brad gates says they're focused on pursuing charges against the owner of the cats. we're told gail craig now faces 90 counts of animal cruelty, and two counts of failure to properly dispose of a deceased animal. two cats were found dead inside the home. >> the amount of urine and feces in the situation, a high level of ammonia in the atmosphere. some of the cats were, were sick and not receiving treatment. >> reporter: animal control photos from inside the home showing cats were found in cages and cabinets. investigators say the cats were living in an unhealthy environment. neighbors tell me craig is a kind and compassionate person that loves animals and she would never do anything to intentionally hurt them, and that this whole situation just got out of hand. about half of the rescued cats
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of the shelter. gates says it's important to move forward with the charges against craig and also important to not set aside the needs of these cats. >> the number one priority is getting these cats into new homes and new environments where they can live a healthy life. >> reporter: in iredell county, sam smith, fox 46 wjzy. kayla: we're told the cat owner is living in her home. the surroundings may be unhealthy for her as well. the county health department says they are not involved in this case. >> i am announcing today that not only am i running for re-election in the twelfth congressional district, i've started the process of moving to the queen city. kayla: and with that, u.s. representative alma adams has thrown her hat into the ring for re-election in the twelfth district. the twelfth district
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winston-salem and current home in greensborough. she's looked at neighborhoods but waiting on a court decision about the new map's legality before going ahead and moving. after weeks of gathering parents' input, feedback from cms as they release the results of the student assignment survey. 206 pages of detailed findings were put together for teachers and parents alike to read. when asked what were the most important factors when selecting a school, most responded by saying the staff and leadership of the school followed by the school environment, and then the location or proximity to home when. asked what factors influence parents' decision when it comes to enrolling their child in a magnet school? the number one factor is positive reputation for the magnet school, followed by if it is higher performing than the assigned school. would you like to get paid for shooting video on your smartphone?
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fresco, an iphone app that let's you be a part of the news gathering process. all you have to do is download the fresco app and sign up, when you see news, shoot it and let us know. or accept an assignmt near you and upload your footage. if we use your video on the air, you get paid. it really is that simple. >> there's good days and harder days and it's so nice to feel that someone recognizes the work we're doing and what the kids need. kayla: millions of dollars funneled into classrooms across america as part of a flash funding initiative. we visited one local school that will be receiving some of that money. and charlie leduff heads to florida to find out what voters are thinking the last few days before the primary? that's coming up in just a bit. hi, brian. brian: tracking storms to the west of us.
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the break. . brian: hey, guys, going to get to weather in just a minute. but a big night on "idol" tonight. kayla and i have to talk a little bit about "american idol." what happened? kayla: we do, another double elimination night, fighting to
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the judges, i called it. brian thought they would keep avalon, i called sonica. brian: i thought because she was different. awesome people, i thought they would keep her because she is different. kayla: put the x over avalon and lee's face. seems like it was the beatle's night, several people singing beatles' songs, my favorite moment was laporsha singing the beatles. let's take a look right now. one thing i can tell you is you've got to be free come together right now, over me >> she has a phenomenal voice, a phenomenal stage presence. i would feel comfortable calling it now saying america should pick her as the next and final idol. brian: i think that's an easy
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inches from the tv, and you ever have a dopey grin on your face because you're enjoying something so much. kayla: no. brian: all the time. she rocked it. that would have been my pick. i did have another good look of another time she was singing. this is my favorite moment right here. laporsha and trent singing a duet of see you again. check it out. it's been a long day >> i love his voice, too. he is my second choice, actually for "american idol." he has such a unique quality, kind of sam smith-esque. brian: the only thing i had a problem with, when he sang his solo, which he nailed, he's trying to be more natural. did you see him winking? kayla: i did not notice that.
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watching, i guess. brian: i watch the whole package. you're a singer, you're going to focus on that. you get a kick out of watching the whole performance. he was winking. kayla: maybe trying to hit the notes. might just be a tick. brian: the guy can wail, big night, there's only six left. kayla: i know! next week is a huge, huge week. brian: who do you think is off next week? kayla: who do i think will kick off? i was like i think laporsha will start the show again. i think daulton might be at risk. brian: he's a pretty boy and the ladies like him. as far as talentwise, he's next to go. kayla: that's who i pick to pick off. brian: we have to talk weather, i love the show. talk about what's happening with the weather here, tracking the big system, moving across
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right now brought flooding to a lot of folks right in louisiana, alabama, tennessee as well. this is a system that's slowly moving towards us here. the good news is we're not going to get a whole lot of play out of it. that's the good news as we look at headlines. here's what's going to happen. the warmth is going to stay. sunshine, it's on the way out for a little while here. sunday could see thunderstorms and then next week, we could get our first 80-degree temperature, if you can believe that. now let's talk about our chances of rain over the next week, as we get into tomorrow. a 20% chance of rain. up to 30% chance on saturday. likely to be saturday morning if we get it. sunday, best chance to see hours and potentially thunderstorms in the area. that will linger into monday as well. could see a few thunderstorms and drying out as we get into the midsection of next week. now here's what we're looking at if you're thinking about stepping out right now. 63.
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south at 8 miles an hour. we're going to stay very warm in the overnight tonight. want to take a look quickly at the satellite one more time. our area is very, very quiet. there's the frontal boundary again. wanted to show you the cold front. bulk of the action is hanging on the southern edge of the system, the northern edge from the top here, try to get over the top of the appalachians and that's going to zap us into the area, it's going to keep our rain chances slight over the next couple of days. want to track it for you quickly on futurecast. here's the cold front. it comes in, friday morning, during the late morning hours. not a strong cold front. it will kick up the clouds. isolated showers are possible across the area, then a warm front right behind it on saturday. that will help to keep the temperatures from falling too much. we'll see a 30% chance of rain during the morning hours. keep the clouds around saturday and track sunday for you coming up in another ten minutes from right now. kayla: thank you, brian.
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leaders in the u.s. gave more than $14 million to help classrooms across america. here in the charlotte area, red ventures ceo helped pay for nearly 300 projects in both north and south carolina schools. five of them were at elon park elementary school from getting new technology to school supplies. teachers use a website called donors to crowd fund things that schools can't afford. >> just a few minutes ago, my principal told me my project had been funded and it was pretty exciting. >> i was thinking i wasn't going to get it funded and it would roll over to next year, i'm overwhelmed, really, really excited. kayla: the two teachers who we spoke with say they'll be getting new books, a floor rug and two new macbooks. >> so is president obama to blame for the rise of donald trump?
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carolina voters listen up. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is heading here to the tar heel state, tomorrow he'll be in raleigh holding a rally at the duke performing arts center. looking to build momentum. he'll have an uphill battle in north carolina. hillary clinton has had a strong showing in every southern state. and as for the democratic front-runner, she was in north carolina today. clinton made a stop at a high school in durham in hopes of getting more people involved in early voting before the big primary. the former secretary of state was also supposed to visit another school this afternoon, but canceled that appearance instead. she started making her way to california where she'll attend the funeral of fellow former first lady nancy reagan. reagan will be laid to rest tomorrow. donald trump was also a big part of today's mediaed session at the white house, though he wasn't there.
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thoughts what's behind the trump phenomenon. fox news correspondent kevin corke tells us president obama is refusing to take credit or in his words, blame. reporter: the contrast was inescapable. on the one hand, you had the prime minister of canada, justin trudeau, newly minted, fresh faced leader of america's nice northern neighbor. on the other you had the weathered president obama, forced to turn his attention away from the important bilateral relationship with america's principal trading partner to answer questions about what many see as a coarsening of the political dialogue in the united states. >> what i'm not going to do is to validate some notion that the republican crackup that's been taking place is a consequence of actions that
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>> reporter: to the seeming bemusement of prime minister trudeau, the growing rancor may have led to it to do soul-searching before blaming him for the country's increasingly intense political divide. >> being blamed for their primaries and who they're selecting for their party is novel. >> reporter: critics say it's the president's actions that have set the tone of frustration in the country from executive actions on immigration and guns to intense battles with lawmakers on obamacare and trade, even the looming showdown over his next supreme court nominee. former louisiana governor bobby jindal writing in an op-ed --
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the republican party is to some degree all those efforts over a course of time, creating an environment where somebody like a donald trump can thrive. >> reporter: considering mr. obama was catapulted to victory in his bid for the white house in part because of the political frustration, donald trump's rise may well be a harbinger of things to come. president and the prime minister joked during the press conference at the rose garden about the fact that a number of americans have suggested should there be a trump victory in november? they'd like to emigrate to canada. the president dismissing that as idle talk. the president has been invited to speak before the canadian parliament, likely in june at the so-called three amigos summit between the u.s., mexico and canada. at the white house, kevin corke, fox news. brian: all right, you guys, tracking a couple frontal boundaries moving across the area this weekend.
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week, believe it or not, could this is a letter from someone who's here. she has to take a brand name drug. been taking it since the early 1980's. at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vial and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped.
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steve: today is your lucky day. woman: (surprised) oh, my goodness mark: you've just won - a thousand dollars! woman: that's amazing! that's amazing! (shrieks) woman: ok, nice job. mark, way better than yesterday. maria, that delivery felt a little forced. and steve, steve: yeah? woman: i am still missing that raw emotion. woman: pretty awesome for a tuesday, but tomorrow is hump day, so let's really bring it! lucky for life. win a thousand dollars a day, every day, for life. . kayla: welcome back. the race for the white house reaches critical mass on tuesday, when the voters of ohio and florida go to the polls in the first winner-take-all primaries. the political math shows you can't win the presidency without winning these states. in the case of florida, you
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the all-important i4 corridor which cuts the state in half from tampa to daytona. charlie leduff takes a swing through it. . >> reporter: the morning after the spectacle of the daytona 500, the people are gone, the turkey buzzards are gone, and danny and becky clean the toilets. >> not an easy job, we've done it before. >> reporter: you do it every year? >> yeah. >> reporter: what do they pay? >> minimum wage. >> reporter: minimum wage? >> yeah. $9, no? >> $7.67. wow, i didn't know that. i got to find the dumpster. >> reporter: economic refugees
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wanting to vote feeling like there's no one to vote for. >> you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> what is your -- >> heard gunshots. >> reporter: the anniversary of the killing of trayvon martin. teenagers do what adults will not. talk about it. so you're about trayvon martin's age, right? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: you feel like that could happen to you? >> possibly. that's why i don't stay out too >> reporter: just because you're afraid. >> not really, because my mom told me to. >> reporter: what do you think? >> mainly about color. you don't really see white people getting beat up or shot or harassed, so i think it's difference. >> reporter: the i4 corridor, one of the most diverse growing swaths in america. here it's all about jobs.
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country known, it's a business, and everybody is on the chopping block. >> reporter: you agree with that? >> i do. i think a lot of us are operating out of fear in this election cycle trying to figure out who's not going to make the worse decisions for us, right? >> right, exactly. reporter: disney created the town of celebration from scratch, after the real estate collapse, this realtor pitches the american dream to foreigners. >> and so right now at 3 1/2 to 4%, it's free money, why wouldn't you if you could buy a home right now, why wouldn't you buy a home? >> reporter: free money is a realtor's friend. >> absolutely. >> reporter: glad to be american and spend it. >> absolutely. . >> reporter: the other side of the freeway is home to the puerto ricans who mop disney's
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they're a different kind of latino. they're american citizens. he says there's no work in puerto rico and little work here, he shares room at this motel with another man for a thousand dollars a month. nothing left over to help his family. says the pressure is great to perform. last election he voted obama. this time he says maybe trump because he's a businessman. what's the closest you've been to - >> politicians. >> no, you can't trust them. these, you trust some. >> hey, hey, this way. >> reporter: anything for a story, i suppose. this place blew my mind. 50,000 senior citizens living behind the gates, a viagra valhalla. they are conservative here but every night is like woodstock.
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road, they're also drinking beer, if you come here asking for votes. >> they don't care about the corner, they don't care what's going on. the rich man care about the rich man and the poor man really care about the poor man. really we don't really, you know, they don't care really about the poor people, but they don't know what goes on here. >> reporter: central florida puts strawberries on your breakfast table, you know what that means. >> it would be nice if the americans do the job i need done, but if i can't get americans here to do this job, i need the means to bring in people from another country that won't do this job. i'm not for sending all the ones back that have been in the country for 40 years, and just because they're here illegally, yeah, they broke the law, ain't we all? >> reporter: on the outskirts of tampa off mlk boulevard,
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largest confederate flag. you're reminded this is still the deep south and some things die hard. >> we feel in florida threatened. the way southern man is on the run in florida? >> no, we're not in the run, we're in the closet sometimes. but when they have a chance to speak out, for example, you understand that we're here and we want to be heard. >> live results tuesday night. we'll be right back. >> and clear, two minutes back, craig. >> dude. that's a trip. what did i just see? >> florida, central florida. so goes central florida, so goes the state. so goes the nation. >> reporter: it looks like america, you know what i see? one, they don't care two bits what we say. and two, it's not so far apart, we're not down the toilet. we have issues, but we can fix it. >> nation's biggest swing state
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>> reporter: anyway, pick a winner, florida. we're counting on you. nice. is that a bald spot? >> no. >> reporter: okay, i thought i got sun burned. kayla: the gop presidential candidates are currently debating in miami. it's the last chance to duke it out before the big showdown primary where 367 delegates will be up for grabs. brian: all right, you guys, i know that st. patrick's day is a full week away, i wanted to let you know that the temperatures hold true here. we'll not see a return of our winter-like temperatures over the next week here. this is next thursday, one week exactly from today, and it's going to be 73 and it's going to look nice there. some cloud cover, should be a nice day for st. patrick's day. talk about weather over the next couple of days. that's the more pressing issue,
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to see some opportunities for some rain. so big weather system, it's been a major haymaker to the west of us, lot of flooding issues, and it's just wreaked havoc across much of the south over the last couple of days. now, for us, it comes through, and we mentioned this a little while ago, has to go over the top of the appalachians, appalachians do a great job of breaking up our weather and making us in a spot that doesn't see as much severe weather or flooding. we get it from time to time, not this time. we're going to see a warm front pushing through saturday. and that's going to be early saturday, because of that, we'll see a 30% chance of early morning showers, plus keep the temperatures up. as we deal with the system here, the remainder of cold front, that's going to push through on sunday, and as a result of that, we're going to see the potential for some thunderstorms. now this particular models that not done a great job of picking that up yet.
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the chance is solid that 50% they will not only see rain on sunday but thunderstorms. at this point, i do not expect them to turn severe, but as it moves through, biggest time frame is in the afternoon through early-evening hours for that to develop. could see showers outside of those times as well. tonight, mild. 50s across the board. tomorrow is going to be just as warm as it was today. some spots warmer. wadesboro into the 80s. and check out seven-day forecast. we're going to see the warm weather continues over seven days. rain chances from friday in through monday. again, remember, spring forward sunday morning, but dry out tuesday, 76, wednesday, we're going to hit the first 80 of the year, coming early in the year. kayla: looks great. is that a fake cough i hear?
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kayla: more layoffs in the queen city from rite aid. it is shutting down distribution center located on statesville avenue in north charlotte. 270 employees will be left without a job. layoffs are set to begin in mid-may and continue through mid-june. it's consolidating operations into a brand-new $90 million facility in spartanburg south carolina. it will provide severance packages to the charlotte employees when the center closes. not everyone is cutting jobs. 150 jobs are coming to cleveland county. chinese manufacturer is building a brand-new production facility in south carolina. the building will be a first for the company. various openings include machine ops, technicians and customer service options. they'll start hiring over the next five years. if you're a frequent flier for business or pleasure, then this will be music to your
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a new ten year lease between charlotte douglas international and all of the major carriers is expected to be approved by city council monday night. delta, united, american, southwest and jetblue are all part of the deal that will replace american airlines 30 year hub operation deal. another big component of the deal, those airlines have pledged to put $500 million in terminals. an iredell county man facing major charges after his house sitting duties went south. daniel lee sheryl was house sitting for a friend but when the owner came back, police say sheryl had changed all the locks on the hours, driven her car, even stolen a number of items including the car. after an investigation, detectives say sheryl admitted to everything. he's been hit with a long list of felony charges. a fox 46 follow-up.
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into a number of cars at area fire departments has been charged with yet another one. 26-year-old johnny bing of charlotte has now been charged with stealing a gun from a firefighter's car at mount more fire department. bing is accused of breaking into 15 different cars at various charlotte area fire departments while crews were out on calls. since been charged and bond set at $25,000. trader joes is pulling bag of pistachios off shelves due to health concerns. the company issued recall nationwide. the retailer fears certain packages may be contaminated with salmonella. the 16 ounce bags have the best if used by date codes from october 27 to november 4. if you have one of those bags, you can return it for a refund. as of now no illnesses have been reported. reading was the theme of this year's breakfast of champions event in charlotte.
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donated 10,000 books to the charlotte-mecklenburg school district. thecatorable organization gave them away during the breakfast ceremony. open book was founded in charlotte in 2012 and has given brand new books to more than 850 classrooms across our area. while new books are heading to cms, those students are giving back in their own way. students from governor's village, nathaniel alexander and stem academy went to pack 25,000 healthy meals for those in need. not that they needed to rush, students wanted to just to hear the sweet sound of charity. >> every time we reach a thousand meals, they're going to hit the gong and we're going to get excited. we know that's another person or another thousand people that
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kayla: it was also a double dose of help for the students. community advisers were on hand to help them plan for college or career future. let's send it over to josh sims for sports. josh: i think i need a gong every time i get a big play for the sports games. the basketball game. the duke game a huge upset. she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong. and makes their mothers' fight for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton.
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(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. .
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quarterfinal rounds of the acc tournament. it would appear duke and north carolina on a collision course for third meeting of the year. all they had to do was take care of business and we'd have another showdown between the bitter rivals on friday night. start things off with the first game. day. north carolina, taking on pittsburgh, a team they beat during the regular season. sixth man of the year hicks with the spin and the flush, take another look. so quick. price johnson can throw it down himself. he had a double-double in the game. 19-10, and carolina turns up the d. joe barry goes the other way for the bucket. carolina closes the half on a 10-0 run and kept on cruising to the 88-71 victory. >> i think the last four, five minutes of the first half, we
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six straight stops and were able to score on a couple of those, and up until that last five, six minutes, i was not pleased with the way we played in the first half. i thought that was big for us. josh: now up to duke to get the win to advance to take on unc, notre dame standing in the way. grayson allen on the break, and he's got hops, the one-handed throwdown. 27 in the game for him. duke on top by 8 at the break. but the irish come back. off the miss, zach august for the putback and fouled. the irish erase a 16-point deficit in the second half. all tied at 70. luke cunard is off the mark, this game goes into overtime, and in the overtime, the blue devils ran out of gas, the irish did not. bj beechum takes all three of those and notre dame comes away 84-79 sending duke home early.
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we were here, which is what we wanted to do, but those six to eight minutes, we were really young. we were really young, and next week we can't be that, or else that's it. josh: north carolina-duke, and the winner advances to saturday's acc title game. charlotte taking on middle tennessee, the 49ers looking good early. braxton oboise pulls up from deep and rattles that one home. charlotte on top by 8. he finished with 21 and jon davis playing in the passing lane perfect, goes the other way and finishes on the other side of the rim. 49ers up by three at recess but the blue raiders come out hot. a 15-0 run propelled by buford, rattles that one in. finished with 22 and the 49ers
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to the a-10 tournament, davidson taking on la salle. davidson on top, 70-52. the winner takes on st. bonaventure tomorrow night at 9:00. the carolina panthers lock up key free agents. this news reported on tuesday. today the panthers making it official. third string quarterback joe webb will remain with north carolina for the next two seasons. most teams don't carry three quarterbacks. webb is unique, not only under center but a key special teams player and played emergency wide receiver and you see it, there he's got a cannon. the panthers also picked up a center today signing unrestricted free agent geno gradkowski, he will most likely back up ryan khalil. what can't steph curry do? arguably the best shooter in nba history. he's got downtime after
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game because apparently he's a pretty legitgolfer. check that out. hits his target. curry, just doing it all and who knows when he's done playing ball, might be the best pga player. here's steph on that long putt. >> hit that one for sure, 194 foot putt? that's buckets. josh: that's buckets. steph curry, unstoppable. each week we get you ready for the nascar race with 30-minute prerace show called "around the track." i had a chance to sit down with the first full-time female pit crew member. >> you became the first full-time female pit crew member with michael waltrip racing. you can let me know what first got you into nascar? >> my friend called me and said d you want to play nascar? and i said yes, of course. and i had no idea we were going to be changing tires and
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i said this is not what i thought was going to happen, but ended up being such a great experience, i fell in love with it, the first time i hit lug nuts. josh: if you want to hear more from christmas abbott tune in sunday, she'll explain how hard it was for a female to break
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of racing and get you ready for wendy hates dirty lawn furniture. that's why she uses scotts outdoor cleaner plus oxi-clean. it cleans all of wendy's lawn furniture
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scotts. it's good out here. . brian: welcome back, everybody.
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tomorrow, it is going to be warm from start to finish, but we do have quite a bit more cloud cover for you. want to mention a tiny chance for rain. 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. 10% chance, grab your umbrella as you head out the door tomorrow. 20% chances of rain at noon and 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. a 30% chance. wind speeds stay under 10 miles an hour for the bulk of the day tomorrow. let's take a look at the extended forecast. rain chances over the weekend, sunday our best chance at 50%. we dry out next week, and by next wednesday, we hit 80 degree these creamery shakes are so rich and creamy. i know. finally a shake for an aficionado like myself. wait. you're a shake aficionado? not a shake aficionado.
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. kayla: "good day, charlotte" wakes you up every morning. here's what you can expect to see tomorrow. >> thank you so much. on the next "good day, charlotte." >> lot of star power as we celebrate the life of one of the most influential first ladies in history. nancy reagan will be buried alongside her husband president ronald reagan. >> if you are looking for a road trip for spring break, we have an expert to let us know about ideas can you do on a tank of gas. good stuff. >> tomorrow morning on "good day, charlotte," 4:30 to 9:00. kayla: we'll have to watch to find out where the polar bears are. thank you for joining us, we'll this is a letter from someone who's here. she has to take a brand name drug. been taking it since the early 1980's.
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10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. men. (heavy breathing)
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it's okay, alan. i don't have to have an orgasm every time we make love. i did my best. it's just that my sinuses are a little blocked and i needed my mouth for breathing. "a" for effort. yeah, but on my report card don't dwell on that. let's just enjoy being together. i am enjoying it. ooh, thirsty. i need to tell you something. uh-huh. (gasps) (coughs) yeah, that seems to be the (coughs) are you going to leave me hanging? you said it was okay. you told me to stop. i just told you i love you. oh, oh, that. oh, well, you know, it goes without saying that i feel the same way. then say it. (scoffs) okay.


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