tv North Carolina News at Noon CBS August 17, 2016 12:00pm-12:31pm EDT
hello and good afternoon. >> good. thanks for watching. we begin with breaking news out of greenville. police just wrapped up a news conference on the murder of a woman and her three children. they now confirm the suspect in custody is the father of the two he was arrested in richmond, virginia last night. police say tune and the victim howard were in a relationship. wnct says there was a domestic institute several days ago. they received no calls regards to that incident but they were likely killed several days ago. gl if you could have gone back three days ago would you have done it? >> that's the question you have to ask yourselves as
as a family member, as anyone who had any inkling that something would have happened or happened. that's the message we need to take from this today. when you see any indication that something may happen to a family member whether you know them or not, please let us know. these young children could be here if somebody stepped up and made a difference. >> police say he's waiting extradition from media. she'll be updatingon on the story. also tune in starting at 5:00 for all of the upday-to-days >> . it's been a frightening days for hundred ever passengers. 500 people were evacuated off the caribbean fantasy. coast guard says the blaze started to the engine
the other big story is the dangerous heat. temperatures again in the mid- 90s. a look at the first forecast. it's sunny, when's the rain come sng >> well, there's a slight chance today but i would bet more on tomorrow if you're looking for a little bit better chances of rain which we'll talk about but you saw the sunshine out there and look a this. it's already noontime. 94 in fayetteville as we look across the state. cooler in the mountains. 87 yowsm factor in humidity and it feels like triple digits already. some of your heat index. you see that purple? this is the heat advisory until 7:00 tonight. the heat advisory is going until 7:00. it includes all the counties boarding the i-95 corridor for heat. so that combination of high humidity and high heat
look at all of the sunshine. that's going to heat us up. we'll look for some more clouds to pop up and give us a slight chance, a slight chance of a shower, storm later this afternoon or early this evening. otherwise just hot with a high of 94 degrees. we'll talk about that cool down and our rain chances in a few minutes. glssments breaking news out of olympics a brazilian judge have required passports be sieged. locke tee -- several hours after the last olympic swimming -- they found little evidence and say the swimmers were unable to provide key details. the ioc claimed it never happened when its of nationally reported. . >> three girls are back with the family today after
they think that's where he was holding the 11, 13 and 15 year oldses girls. this is not the first arrest. he was also charged with abducted a child last summer in johnston county. he is due in court tomorrow. well parents in wake county want to hear this toir. >> the school board has decided how to deal with $17 million in budget cuts. temperatures will be adjusted down on energy costs. also funding for supplies is being cut as well but the one item that's concerning moms and dads out there is the cutback in school cleaning. we asked the chairman of the board about this one. >> the number one clash that we have to make to all of our parent and staff is you're going to be a saich, orderserlyly --
vam cooling. elementary schools will be cleaned every other day while middle school and high schools are twice a week. bathrooms will be cleaned every day. >> more than half a million dollars is missing from 30 homeowners associations. now garner police say they're investigating corner stone community management. 29 hoas have come forward saying they have money missing. no one was there. a couple of hoas said they can't get in touch with the owner either. >> we've opened w think there's not the resources there for us financially that we had expected. >> grarner police say the owner could face fraud or embezzlement charges. just head to our website. wncn.com. >> orange county judge is expected to rule within the week on what evidence will be allowed in a deadly drunk driving case. his legal team is asking for everything from cell phone records to blood tests to
upcoming trial. the student attorney argues that evidence was obtained illegally. he's charged with three down of second-degree murder and last year's wrong way crash. one of the three victims killed was a 6-year-old girl. >> without speaking a word, advocates plan to make their anger over a moore county death heard overnight -- tonight rather. he died in april. a department of social garden limited super vised visits. she was given trial placement. a silent protest will be held in his memory tonight inside the social services building. we will be there to cover it. >> his first court appearance aaccused-investigators found her remains yesterday.
determined. a charlotte missing person cases that includes three people is being treated as a homicide. the three coworkers, 23-year- old sandy lee and 19-year-old feaster also disappeared at separate times last week. they found the car in phoenix, arizona and they believe her former boyfriend and girlfriend drove it there and have since gone to mexico. >> we're interested in bringing b ask them any questions. they're intensifying the search for lee and the area of charlotte where she went missing. north carolina continues to be front and center in the race for the white house. we are learning more today about donald trump easy visit to charlotte that happens tomorrow. republican presidential nominee will address supporters at the charlotte convention center. those dos open at 4:30. he's expected to speak around 7:30. the democratic vp nominee was
yesterday. jobs, manufacturing and the va. kaine is in iowa but his wife is in charlotte this afternoon to meet with organizers and craig boswell announces trump is making -- bracing for the potential republican attacks after the fbi released notes from its investigation into the e-mail server. >> thank you, thank you. >> shaking up his campaign staff with less than 90 days to go kelly conway is the new campaign manager. paul will remare chairman but with a diminished role. >> wufn toughest, most aggressive, most negative operatives in america today. and that trump rather than soften is going to double down on being the tough, in your face campaigner. >> trump doesn't want to soften his approach.
everybody talks you're going to piftd -- i don't want to pivot. you have to be you. >> hillary clinton would like to pivot away from any talk about her e-mails but some republicans won't let the subject die. republicans contend clinton may have perjured herself. they're now comparing notes the fbi handed to congress tuesday from its investigation into the use of a private e-mail server to see if there her compare says it wants them made publics so they can't leak incomplete information. the fbi warned against that saying they are being provided with the expectation it will not be disclosed without fbi concurrence. craig boswell. white house. >> it won't comply with the request to release the
within those notings. >> chief justice john roabtsens to hear from those who sued to overturn the voter id law. he asked roberts to set aside the struck down decision for the november election. robert says he wants a written response by august 25th. his request harkens back to the high courts 2013 rule on the voting rights act. that decision put the burden of pr rather than forcing the state to get approval for the practice. >> once again tonight protesters will gather for the air horn orchestra. this is the 19th week and the group's focusing on coal ash. demonstrators are expected to be degreesed in hazmat suits and lab coats. coming up next a staple in this region for years. the fate of southern season could be decided this
i'm roy cooper, and you deserve the truth about the crime lab. when i became attorney general, we discovered a backlog of more than 5,000 dna test kits but what governor mccrory isn't telling you is that we cleared the backlog. we also solved over 2,000 crimes and put killers and rapists in prison from cold cases. we fixed the problems at the crime lab,
chapel hill based gourmet food had be put up for auction this week. the deal could then close by monday. >> and tonight the city of fayetteville could make a big step toward bringing in a minor league baseball team. city council will weigh and sign an dwreement with the houston astros to bring in a class a club.
they would play 70 games a year. expect heavy traffic on bragg boulevard. northbound leabs along bragg boulevard closed at 10:00 this morning. drivers will be rerouted to merchant road. d.o.t. officials say nearly 60,000 drivers travel along bragg boulevard each and every day. >> the death toll in souther remain out of their homes. the flooding crisis punishing southern louisiana intensified. 16 more parishers were added. more rescued there baton rouge. 30,000 people have been saved. many have still been reluctant to get out.
don't leave their homes when you warn them of a impending flood. >> we are moving heaven and earth to get them back in their homes as soon as possible. >> thousand thousands of volunteers are headed off to the gulf coast to help the residents. we caught up with one local volunteer who's flying out today to baton rouge. >> we have seen some incredible video out of louisiana as these flood waters continue to wipe up many nbo these moments we're seeing rescues by residents and volunteers. and now red cross is sending some of their own volunteers out to whra. many of these flood waters have impacted thousands of homes. we spoke with a volunteer specialist with eastern north carolina chapter of red cross who caught a flight to baton rouge, an area that's been hit hard. some in need of rescue. this is the worst flooding the
sandy in 2012. we're talking about 40,000 homes damaged and at least -- at last count nearly a dozen people dead. an uphill battle to recovery. >> with it being to people waists they're not able to drive. some of the hardest hit areas we're having trouble getting to. >> anyone can help that includes small adoptions. for more information head to our website. wncn.com. cbs north carolina. o.k. i don't know if you saw this or not but right before our last commercial break we saw this beautiful view of the beach down in rio. oh, it's gorgeous. it's wintertime there. >> it's 82 right now. >> oh, wow. it's 90 here. go figure. >> but 82 ffer a winter temperature is not bad. we're at 90 just at noontime. you know it's an hour ahead of us. it's 1:00 and 82.
mid-90s today. you can see the crystal clear blue skies we had. starting to pick up a couple of those clouds puffing up and there's a chance, a slight chance to see a shower or thunderstorm later this afternoon. race of sunshine for this afternoon. still going to keep it pretty high at a seven. been at the nine or ten most of the day. a few clouds will build up. mostly to partly sunny and stay steamy through today, tomorrow and into humid to steamy category. i've got dewpoints around 70s but very uncomfortable outside. even though the temperature is going to drop a little bit. right now, it's 89 in durham. it's 9 # in fayetteville. 90 in smithfield. 90 in louisburg. 90 in south hill, virginia. the current heat index values range from 100 in raleigh, 102 in fayetteville.
today about 94 degrees to upper 90s. and when you combine the humidity this area right up and down the i-95 corridors in from noon until 7:00 tonight and that means the heat indexes for several hours could reach 105 or higher. if you get outside you're too active. you dehydrate a little bit. you have your excuse to take it easy today. not much going mountains. and those showers will kind of move toward the east that way and most of the bulk of the action is up here up in kentucky. that instability will move our way tomorrow. a slight chance today and see that at 20% chance am better chance tomorrow. 9 # at 2:00. 92 at 4:00. look at the heat indexes in the triple digits. a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm. 6:00, 99 degrees and taper things off. the little small rain chances
so if you see a county in orange, and you live there, that's the heat advisory. that's why it's colored in orange. it won't be hot in sanford. 94 degrees there. 5:00 to 10:00. 97 fay yetville. 96 rayford. coastal plain we've got the heat advisory in mid-90s and the triangle pretty close to those temperatures but the heat index should just peak close 5. the forecast map has the high breaking off. a couple of shower and storms. the front is coming our way tomorrow. the front will start to break up and trigger some scattered showers and thunderstorms. so for this afternoon 94 degrees. heat indexes triple digits on thursday. 09 and see a little bit were chance. a shower at lunchtime. check the radar with some scattered storms
it could be a wet day too and into your weekend, 90 degrees on saturday. and sunday. lessening chances of those storms both days but i'm looking forward to next tuesday. it seas 8en. that's ploa the normal. cool th >> nice. definitely like the 80s. >> haven't been able to say that for a while. yowk lie rio too. >> yeah. i'll take
exclamation point on one of the best olympic games for any gymnast in history. the 19-year-old won her fourth re owe gold. this time on the floor. flipping, twisting and dancing her way into the record books. four gold medals she's now one more gold than any other u.s. gymnast. teammate grabbed silver with this nearly perfect routine, the of her career. >> team usa's medal haul continued inside olympic stadium. >> and not a bad way to start. >> taylor defeated his gold. the first american to repeat in over 100 years. taylor's teammate and friend will claye got the silver and then got the girl. the two-time olympian jumped into the stand and
but even this moment couldn't beat this one. injured and shocked after falling duller the women's 5,000 meter american distance runner and neu -- pa urd to the finish in a race where every second counts, they found time to put on the ultimate show of sportsmanship. >> well if that was the heartwarming moment. heart breaker on this very beach just a little ways fr jennings and april ross lost the semifinal match against the brazilians. that ends the streak of three olympic gold medals. >> okay. the good thing is walsh jennings and ross have a chance to win a bronze. >> it is a shockerroo. who would have thought that?
david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family,
all right. so a little bit uncomfortable out. there o.k. we know that it could be the hottest day of there? >> the mid-90s and again. after today, things will cool down. i want to show you the futurecast. that's when we could see an isolated shower or thunderstorm to cool us down to 89. hot and humid at 3:00. and then as we look at things, look at that. the 90 on thursday. 89. can you believe that? thursday and friday. back to 90 but still a shower or storm saturday and
cooper: governor mccrory wants you to believe there's a carolina comeback. but raise your hand if your taxes have gone up while those at the top are the ones getting the tax break. and raise your hand if you're working more for less. i'm roy cooper, and that's not a comeback. that's moving backwards. raise your hand if you agree that those at the top should pay their fair share. raise your hand if you agree that tax breaks should be going to the middle class. and raise your hand if you agree
this is judge mablean, in life everything we do involves the law. >> you came to testify about what you heard, what you saw and what you know. >> i don't have a hearing problem. this ear works good. this one works even better. >> she's firm. >> i'm not responsible for that ticket and i'm not going to pay for it. she's honest.sion, not you.oin whafrnlg do you have t >> nothing. >> this is "justice with judge mablean." brad davis is suing his ex-girlfriend, michelle cruz, in the amount of $1,589. he says she put dog feces in his breakfast that resulted in a trip to the emergency room. >> you may be seated, ladies and gentlemen. this is the matter of brad davis versus michelle cruz. suing for $1589.