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grounded flights are starting to take off that the headaches are just beginning for delta passengers impacted by a global computer glitch. learned a late-night house fire that injured a firefighter and person inside was intentionally set. the house caught fire on ramsay street just before 11 o'clock sunday night. the person in the house is okay but was treated for smoke inhalation. the firefighter has been released from the hospital after being treated for burn injuries. police have taken over the investigation.
kings grant community. a neighbor gave us this amazing video. we are told the homeowner suffered serious burns. authorities rushed to the scene after getting multiple reports of a loud explosion just moments before the fire. no word on what started the fire. thousands of passengers scrambling to make new arrangements after a global computer glitch forced delta airlines to ground all flights early this morning. even though their system is getting back to normal, thousands of travelers remain in limbo due to major delays and cancellations. >> it makes you think about travel and how much work it is to get to another city and other alternatives. >> about 300 flights are canceled so far today. they are asking for travelers to check your flight status before going to the airport.
glitch is being held at the local airport were frustrated passengers spent the better part of the day waiting and waiting in line. we have been there since very early this morning. what does it look like now?>> reporter: it looks better than it did earlier, but that is not saying much. the line used to go all the way to the doors here, but you can see it is still backed up at the check-in counter. it not only is in this area, but it moves all the way around and back again. here is was some customers told us earlier. >> i checked this morning and my flight was on time. >> misery loves company. >> we got no notifications. >> we came 90 minutes before the flight thinking we made good time. >> -- >> reporter: they all walked right into
line snaked around the check-in and looped back all the way to the doors. >> as soon as i came in they told me the systems are down. >> reporter: delta says a power outage in atlanta impacted its computer systems and operations worldwide. they said they were aware of the systems were incorrectly showing flights were on time. >> delta airlines is experiencing system wide computer outage.'s please stand by. >> reporter: far cry from ringing wedding bells for these newlyweds. what is it like to spend the first day of your honeymoon here? >> when you go through the engagement process and planning a wedding, you roll with the punches. this is nothing new. >> reporter: what did you think when you found a this morning the flight was delayed indefinitely? >> we just want to get there.
on for the rest of my life. >> i recommend this for anybody celebrating a birthday. >> reporter: her mother dropped off at the airport became back when she learned about the delays. >> i wanted to spend more time with her on her birthday. >> she is a good mom. >> reporter: that is a heartwarming thing. take a look. counter here at delta. that gives you an idea of the magnitude of the line wrapping around the counter. more good news. the people who are impacted by this cancellations and delays can get refunds from delta. you want to play it safe
showers and storms throughout the day. >> good afternoon. as we head throughout the day, we will be looking at mostly cloudy skies. also the potential for a few showers and storms, but will not be widespread until a few more hours from now. let's take a look at the satellite radar. the majority of us are dry. we are seeing more clouds for the virginia border. showers pop-up across portions of moore county. as well as cumberland county. the majority of us dry for the time being, but given a few hours, and we will see more widespread rain and the potential for storms. not expecting anything severe , but we could see some localized
let's get to the temperatures. 84 right now in rolle batch -- raleigh. i expect most of us to stay in the 80s for high this afternoon. 82 x 6 o'clock and in the upper 70s already by 9 o'clock. a good chance for rain then. most of us seeing the rain wrapup by midnight. as we head into the early morning hours of tuesday we should be in the low 70s. i will have the rest of the work week forecast coming up. a raleigh man charged in a deadly weekend shooting is expected in court later this afternoon. the 20-year-old victim died after being shot on singleleaf lane sunday morning. police have charged chad copley with murder. the 39-year-old fired a shotgun from inside his crotch, hitting the victim.
victim. he is due in court today for the arrangement -- arraignment. new charges against a teenager already accused of threatening fellow students last year. deputies say kenneth hawker assaulted his grandmother. is charged with assault. he grabbed his grandmother by her neck and arm and re to the floor. he was suspended from pamper creek high school after being accused of attacking someone in the cafeteria. he was also accused of threatening another student in creating a hitless. donald trump returns to north carolina tomorrow. he will be in wilmington tomorrow morning and have a rally in fayetteville later that evening.
campaign for him. >> if you would support us in our initiatives, we will try to put you into office. we are not waiting for them to campaign to us. >> he is scheduled to be in wilmington at 2 o'clock tomorrow and fayetteville at around 6 o'clock. both presidential nominees are focusing on the economy and detroit. donald trump unveiled his economic plan their today and hillary clinton will deliver her speech later this week. >> try to get his campaign back on track when he unveils his economic plan at the detroit economic club today. >> we are comfortable we can get the agenda and narrative back where it belongs, which is comparing the tepid economy under president obama and clinton versus the growth economy that we want to build. >> reporter: he plans to spur job growth through deep tax
epitome of the establishment.>> reporter: the clinton campaign is already heading back, pointing out that it donald trump has been campaigning for more than a year and this is the first time he is unveiling a plan. they also say his proposals will give them tax breaks to the wealthy and went back law is meant to protect consumers from big banks. the republican establishment is worried that they will be her in down ballot elections. earlier in the weekend trump. >> they are more worried about losing the senate now.>> reporter: clinton has opened up a 12 point lead in virginia. she also has a two point lead in nevada and is down by two points in arizona, a state that is for the democratic just once
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camp. what donald trump said about our members of the military being captured is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. when you fly over enemy territory, the odds might be against you being able to come home. donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way.
the death toll from a suicide bombing in a pakistan hospital has surged to 60. it happened after the body of a prominent lawyer killed in a shooting earlier in the day was brought to a hospital. nearly 100 lawyers and other people had gathered at the time. a group described as a breakaway faction of the taliban and has claimed responsibility for the attack. a popular water park in kansas city remains close this afternoon as investigators try to piece together what led to a tragic accident. 10-year-old caleb schaub was killed on the waterslide sunday
-- caleb schwab was killed on the waterslide sunday afternoon. the state has taken over the investigation. >> given that safety is our first priority, we have close the park and the ride pending a full investigation. our thoughts and prayers are with the family. >> the victim is the son of a kansas state lawmaker. calculations to design the ride, but it did not translate to a waterslide. then they rebuilt that. it is national farmers market weekend. it is no surprise the number of markets and their popularity is on the rise. here in north carolina we have more than 250 farmers markets, one of the largest right here in raleigh. >> this is an awesome place. icom every saturday. i love it.
very fresh. >> i will have more on this story tonight at five that 30. -- 5:30. let's get to the forecast. today 84 degrees check out this picture. looking pretty cloudy, but it is still bright enough that you will need sunglasses. you might want to take the umbrella as well because we are starting to see showers pop-up, especially across the sandhills area.
increase in coverage and intensity heading into the afternoon. we already seen thunder and lightning this morning, and we can see more this afternoon. nothing severe, though. but we could see flooding concerns as the showers move slowly. let's talk about the temperatures. it is 82 right now in durham. 84 in six -- raleigh. clinton 88. 90 in fayetteville. but look at north, ea cooler. factoring in the humidity and sunshine, this is what it feels like. it feels more like 97 in fayetteville. 96 in rayford. here in raleigh it feels more like 91. the afternoon high will be 87, warm and humid with scattered
afternoon. remember if you hear thunder, head inside. 78 at 9 pm this evening. pretty cloudy skies this evening and overnight. as far as the timing of the showers and storms, 1 o'clock just a few, and those continue to increase in coverage. your we are 7 o'clock this evening, scattered showers and storms. by midnight the majority ofs i expect a dry start tomorrow. not a lot of sunshine, but dry conditions. tomorrow afternoon showers and storms once again in the forecast. but we will see more wet weather today. through about 6 pm this evening generally about one quarter of an inch of rain. if you see thunderstorms move more slowly, the rainfall totals can jump up. that is why i was talking earlier about the possibility for localized flooding. through midnight we could
totals. as we head towards tomorrow morning, we will not see a lot added on to the totals. but tomorrow we do expect another round of rain likely in the afternoon. 87 for the high today in raleigh. overnight low 70s. rain showers taper off. we will be pretty cloudy. 87 again tomorrow. near 89 on wednesday. you can see the rain chances tapering off later this work week. and the temperatures will drop. 90 thursday and friday. 90 is where we should be this time of year. we're back into the low 90s over the weekend. isolated shower or storm saturday and better chances for showers sunday.
we can't complain compared to july though. letterman:"has a line of clothing, now where were these made?" trump: "these were made, i don't know where they're made. but they were made someplace. but they're great. it's ties, shirts, cufflinks, everything sold at macy's and they're doing great.? letterman: ?where are the shirts made?? off-camera voice: ?bangladesh.? letterman: 's good..? trump: ?ll, employ people in ngladesh." letterman: ?es? where are the ties made?" ey have to work, too. ese are beautiful ties. they are eat ties. the ties are made in where? china? off-camera voice: ?china.? letterman: ?the ties are made in china."
as we move back to school, it healthy and develop good lifelong habits. a new study says the average american is 15 pounds heavier than we were 20 years ago. our medical expert joins us live in the studio. tell us about obesity today and what this tells us. >> right now about one third of all americans and children are considered obese. if we continue along our
reach 50%. this new study looked at the average american size over the last 20 years. they found most men have gone from about 170 pounds to up to 200 pounds. and women of god from 152 170 -- one of 50 up to 170. we're just putting on patty matters -- body mass. you have to worry about diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol. all of these things together can impact your health very something called sleep apnea is also a disease that can impact your lungs and heart. it is as simple as working on decreasing your body mass to get rid of these problems in a lot of cases. >> what can we do? >> we have to have a culture of good health. make exercise part of the family routine. the cdc says we only need 150 minutes of vigorous exercise a week, which is not that much.
snacks in the house, prep meals on the weekend so you don't have to run to get fast food on a busy night. you can have family time and actually live longer if we do this right. >> a glass of water before a meal makes a difference how much you will eat. thank you so much. to learn more, go to our website. that are in effect today. those products are now regulated just like regular tobacco products. this means store selling the cigarettes much -- must include childproof caps and are limited in how they talk to customers. >> we cannot compare to smoking even though we have see many people quit smoking by doing this. >> also, stores can no longer offers free samples. paying
usually the easiest and most convenient way to fill up your tank. but it could cost you everything. that is because criminals have found a way to hack into the system with credit card skimmers. but how can you tell which machine someone has installed the devices on? check the security tape strips on the machines. if they are cracked, the seal could be broken and make your information for mobile be tough, but your best weapon is to avoid using that credit card and just pay with cash. one of the biggest parts of football weekends is the first exhibition game, but sunday there was a pretty big problem. but sunday there was a problem because the league canceled the game because of poor field conditions.
too hard. fans were noticeably upset. >> what a joke. really? you don't care about the cheerleaders? >> i think everyone was disappointed. they should of been very prepared. but safety comes first. >> the
game's cancellation could cost the organization about $4 you take a live look at traffic on interstate 40.
>> he revealed his golf handicap saying he is an honest and 13. let's take a last look at the forecast. a high of 87 today. showers and storms developing and will increase in coverage as we head through the afternoon. take that umbrella with you today. also in the upper 80s tomorrow and wednesday. smaller rain in chances of storms though. normal for this time of year is right around 90. that is where we will be thursday and friday. low 90s this weekend. early morning temperatures likely will be in the 70s. all in all, it could be worse for this time of year. i will take it.
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