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ketchell has good news. we're normally talking about hot, sticky, unbearable heat and today a little less. >> and we have been dealing with this uncomfortable heat since july started. a few days where the temps were below 90s. the fact that there are 80- degree days, it is definitely going to be a nice change here. outside, it is beautiful as we start the morning. here is a live picture from raleigh durham international airport. just a few clouds, morning. our satellite and radar, not picking up any wet weather, however, we are seeing a few clouds, and we may see the clouds thicken up as we continue into the afternoon. keep that in mind. it is 75 degrees the raleigh. 73 in durham. it is 72 in sanford. 75 in fayetteville. we have had this area of high pressure that has been so persistent over the last several days, bringing us the heat and the humidity and now
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that's going to move into the area tonight. so big changes heading our way beginning as early as tomorrow. for today, expect a few storms after 3:00 or 4:00 this afternoon. 76 degrees at 8:00. 87 degrees at lunchtime. we're looking at a high of 92 today falling to 8 degrees at 6:00. i'll let you know exactly what you can can expect for our week ahead and how long our cooler temperature also last coming up. breaking raleigh. two people are dead this morning after a traffic crash. >> it happened near the intersection of high woods boulevard and 'lar wood court. this is video just into our news room. in other information is available right now. we will continue to update this
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now we move to other news overnight. the fay -- fayetteville police have arrested a woman for allegedly trying to kill a relative. she was caring for the toddler at a relative's home and the police and smother the child. he was taken to the hospital and is now said to be okay. regina dover duerr is facing first-degree murder and felony child abuse charges. it has been a week since the incident at the mall when the people feared a gunman was inside. it led to panic as the shoppers tried to get out as fast as they could. >> we have the story of one woman who says she was badly
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that has been associated with the incident at the crabtree valley mall. it sent mall goers into a frenzy to get out of the scene of a shooting. >> it is so panic and i'm so scared myself, somebody is going to come and shoot me. >> reporter: the raleigh police said they found no evidence there was a shooting at the mall, but still, 12 people were injured due to the chaos and panic. and patel was one of them. >> and people are running like crazy, and then they knock my husband is knocked down on me and then my husband get up right away, but i cannot get up and people walk on my legs. >> she was stuck there until she says two nurses grabbed her into a store. but not before her leg was broken. for the last week patel has not been able to move from this bed without help. you can see the bandages an bruises on her leg where her femur was broken. >> all of a sudden i have to depend on everybody without my
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shooting, then what is the reason she and others were injured at the mall last week? >> well, that was the report and patel has an appointment tomorrow that might let her know when she may walk again. the police say there is no evidence a shooting happened at the mall. and the family of a 20-year- old man shot and killed outside of a raleigh home said final good-byes saturday. the police say a homeowner who claimed he was part of a neighborhood watch called authorities about, quote, hoodlums outside of out to protect his neighborhood. the man fired a gun from his garage and killed thomas earlier this month. at his funeral yesterday, everyone wore piping, thomas' favorite color, while his friends and family tell us they are still in shock over his sudden death, they're glad to have had 20 years with him. >> i remember how authentic he
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difference, not just in north carolina, but all over the w world. funerals are now set for the greenville mother and three children who police say were murdered by their mother's boyfriend. the services for howard and her three daughters, bring anna, will be held on saturday, august 27 at the cedar hill baptist church n stone. the grandmother is inviting everyone the attend. the minnesota accused of the murder also held to court on monday. the police say he used some type of claw ham tore kill the victims. he was the father of the two youngest children. the investigators have not released any information about a possible motive. a man suspected of killing five people in alabama, including a pregnant woman snow in police custody. the officials say the police found the victims on saturday
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deerman who is known -- he knew at least one of the victims, i should say and allegedly kidnapped and oh woman and 3- month-old baby from the senn of the crime and drove to mississippi, according to police. they sigh he then turned himself in at the green county sheriff's office. he will be charged with six counts of capital murder for the deaths of the five adults and the unborn child. the identities of the victims have not been released. today the funeral ic will take place for 16-year-old mason wagner. the moore county teen died last week after drowning. friday night the members of the pine crest high school football team honored their teammate by writing his name and number on their gear. the city of charlotte is hosting the pride festival this weekend and today is the last day. >> the annual lgbt event is different this year. the crowds appear to be larger support thing community in light of house bill 2. the state law requires people to
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gender that corresponds to that on their birth certificate. they are increasing patrols, something they're not happy with no people of color, they might have concerns with increased security. >> it is all about protecting us, and they want to make sure we have a good time. and i don't see a problem with it at all. >> today the festival will finish with a large parade. the time now is 7:08. pediatricians are using new patients. we'll tell you how smart pills are sending life-saving data to doctors straight from kids' stomachs. there is a new room when it comes to bag size at carter finley stadium. what it means this football season judgement and the sun is up. it is going to be a hot one across the area today, but cooler weather arrives as we start your week.
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welcome back. what a beautiful day. i have been captivated by all of these live pictures. in chapel hill, and we tock a picture from the beach earlier. it is a beautiful start, but all of that is bringing a little more heat than yesterday. >> a little hotter than we were yesterday afternoon, but today is the last day of these
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again, a live picture from prestonwood country club a really nice looking start to the morning. if you're heading out and about, the morning is your best bet because it is going to get a little warm here this afternoon. our radar is not picking up on any wet weather. just a few clouds as we kick off our morning here. a better chance of showers and storms developing later this evening. it is currently 75 degrees the raleigh. 73 in durham 72 in louisburg. 75 in fayetteville. we have this area of high pressure that was bringing us all the let and humidity offshore. that is going to make room for our next cold front and that is going to bring us big changes. wet weather and cooler temperatures as we start the week. look for temperatures to climb to 87 at lunchtime. a few storms after about 3:00, 4:00 this afternoon. the temperatures falling to 88
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cooler weather arrives an how long it is sticking arn, coming up in your complete storm team forecast. >> thank you. we're going to tell you about a partnership from a researcher, a drug maker and a non-profit. they're all teaming together to battle cancer. why the medicine they have created is there's nothing like trying something new. especially when it comes to snacking. that's why we're introducing cheese dippers. the creamy cheese and crunchy breadsticks that go wherever you do.
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the police are investigating the death of a student at a fraternity house. the authorities found the 19- year-old unresponse if. the preliminary cause of death appears to be overdose of an unknown substance. at least 50 people were killed at a blast at a wedding in turkey. earlier numbers said 30 were dead and 4 street, which is a common practice in that region. as of now no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. turkey's president blamed isis. jo more mandatory evacuations have been ordered due to the cedar fire affecting two counties in california. so far the wildfire is burning more than 14,000 acres and is just 5% contained. if you plan on heading to any wolfpack football games this year, there are a few new
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there is now a clear bag policy at carter finley stadium. that means any bags or purses you may bring with you have to be mid of clear plastic. they also have to meet certain size requirements. the officials say they will make exceptions for people that need medication that is after proper inspection. fighting cancer is a team effort. that's why an n.c. state researcher, a durham drug company and a nonprofit foundation are all working together. >> they're maybing a drug, they sa cancer from spreading. maggie newland shows us why it is what is next. >> bella was my little girlment. >> reporter: when she was 4, she woke up one morning, unable to move. the cause? cancer, spread throughout her body. the doctors gave her weeks to live. >> there is nothing that can prepare you as a parent for news such as that. >> reporter: she defied the doctor's predictions.
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tried. >> you reach a level of desperation when you realize take your child may not survive that is indescribable. >> reporter: when she was 10, her battle ended, but her parents kept fighting creating the foundation in their hometown of miami, to support families battling childhood cancer and ultimately find a curement it funds research all over, including this possible treatment, discovered by the n.c. state professor stoo. we're able to essentially block movement of cancer the movement of cancer cells in dishes in a laboratory. >> reporter: raymond rodriguez torres heard about the research. >> i said doctor, the most precious thing i have left on earth is her tumor. i'm going to send it to you. >> after six years of scouring the earth and testing her tumor against all types of substances, finally i heard the words it worked. >> every cancer cell that we
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>> including the cells from the cancer that killed bella. >> it was bittersweet. it was joyous, oh, my god. it worked. at the same time for my wife and my other duct and i, how did we not find this? how did we not know about this? >> reporter: still he hope this is discovery may help others. it stopped cancer in both. >> we are currently making the clinical trial material. >> po pharmaceutical company is developing the drug to test in lung cancer patients. medicines not used in the clinical trials could be available for cancer the children. the live like bella foundation will field requests from families hoping to try the tram. >> we'll make it as much as we can, but i can't promise as much as i'd love to, every parent out there that will definitely be able to supply. >> and they can't promise the
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reason to hope. >> this would be an enormous break through. >> not for his daughter, but for those she loved. >> her friends were the other children battling cancer, and i believe that bella is here with us helping us to advance this so her friends have an opportunity at life. >> what a touching story. and for them to dedicate their lives to helping other people. we certainly will keep following that. >> the motivation you need. [ and that was maggie newland. the human ri next year judgement a possible tornado has been reported in ohio saturday. damage to farm buildings, blown off roofs and an overturned truck have been reported in bradford. damage has already been reported in miami county, and a shed was also blown over. of course, you were mentioning earlier that the national weather service will be out there probably today in the emergency or even in the afternoon to really determine whether or not that was a
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determine it was whether caused by a tornado or straight line wind damage which a lot of people confuse because straight line wind damage can sometimes be -- cause more destruction than an actual tornado, so we'll be on the look-out for that to confirmment become at home, it is hot, but we have some cooler terp miss the forecast -- cooler temperatures in few clouds out there this morning. already seeing that sunshine, and things looking good on the satellite and radar. no wet weather here this morning the talk about. just a few high and thin clouds you saw on the picture from the golf course there. things are going to be partly sunny. it is 75 degrees currently the raleigh. 73 in durham and syler city. 75 degrees is your current
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climbing, up to about 92 this afternoon. we are going to see a chance one again of a few showers and storms along a cold front which will push through the area. generally after about 3:00 or 4:00 is our best chance for seeing system of that wet weather. we clear out quickly, though, as we continue special our overnight hours. so today we still have the heat with the highs in the 90s. we have the humidity once again, too. the dew point at 71 puts us in the steamy the dew point will both be falling over the next several days, thanks to the cold front that will push through the area. behind it, that's going to set the stage for a beautiful week ahead. we do have an area of high pressure that builds in behind that cold front. we'll be sunny and cooler and also dry and less humid so thanks to this new system building in behind that cold front, we have a really comfortable start to this
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dealing with this month. we're still mostly sunny, but temperatures back in the low 90s. so we get four day ifs a row, folks, of temperatures below 90 degrees. we also have lower humidity values on the way, too. let's take a look at the tropics, too. we still have tropical storm fee own aa. it -- fee own a-- fiona. it will likely be a tropical depression in the next day so, and it will not make a landfall on the u.s. coast. partly sunny. a few storms possible across the sand hills this afternoon. expect a high of 93 in fayetteville. 92 in lillington and dunne. 92 degrees today also in wilson and rocky mount. 91 in durham and chapel hill. looking for a high today of 92 in raleigh. tonight the temperatures fall
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the way -- 60 degrees, a nice night on the way. after a start in the 60s, we end tomorrow in the mid and upper 80s. we have a start around 63 tuesday morning. that is going to feel fantastic. 85 degrees again on wednesday. 87 on thursday a few clouds roll in for the end of the week and start of next weekend. the temperatures are back in the low 90s, but we're still not dealing with humidity. we can handle few days, but a nice-looking forecast and just a small chance of a shower and storm this afternoon and evening. >> how does it feel to finally deliver not terrible knew ? >> i'm just really happy that i'm going to be able to go outside and cut the grass tomorrow and not have to worry about dealing with the humidity and dripping in sweat and also watering the plants without having to worry about mosquitoes and stuff because the mosquitoes like the humidity, too. so we should see things a little drier.
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as well. >> all right. the time right now is 7:24. the panthers even their preseason record with an electrifying performance in nashville. we have the highlights next in sports here on cbs north carolina. major changes at the trump campaign, but will voters sew a different candidate. john dickerson talks with top ?? from the mountains... to the beaches... the piedmont... to the sandhills... north carolina is possessed of spectacular natural beauty. [ sea gulls crying ] [ man vocalizing ]
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good morning, everybody. early on cam newton and his teammates provided their own bit of electricity. the cast did not need greg olson. he is out with injury. that is because cam newton was finding his wide outs. he would take it 61 yards for the score and just like that, it is 7-0 the defense had its moments as well. check out this stop by the former north carolina star. the tackle for the loss. and then an end to a titans drive. and he is picking off marcus mar oata deep in -- mariota deep in the territory. the former heisman trophy winner, and it is 13-7, panthers at the break.
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different teams, and he finds norwood. 19-10, north carolina. and then mother nature takes over. lightning in the nashville area sends the teams and fans for shelter. the game would g on that's a look at your sunday morning sports. now back to you. >> thanks a lot, todd. >> all righting up in our next half hour, both presidential candidates are hitting the campaign trail nonstop. where they are this what they're focusing on ahead of the general election. plus, thousands are working to help victim0s the louisiana flooding and here at home some lsu alumni are taking action. we'll bring mother in-law with a keen sense of smell... glad bag, full of trash. what happens next? nothing. only glad has febreze to neutralize odors for 5 days. guaranteed. even the most perceptive noses won't notice the trash.
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j a fayetteville woman is behind bars this morning. how the police say she tried to kill her own nephew. a local alumni chapter of lsu is not forgetting their roots. who they are teaming up with to help the victims of the flooding in louisiana. first, we head outdoors. right now it is 7:31. taking a live look at atlantic beach. what a beautiful morning we have. the question is whether it will stay that way throughout the day. good morning to you and thank you for watching north carolina news at 7:00. >> and i'm justin quesinberry. whoever is operating that camera is like rubbing it in.
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but we're here and we're glad to be here. >> we're happy to be here. i'm happy to be stuck with you. >> she is still using the word stuck. >> what is a better word to use? >> happy to be here with you. >> i'm delighted to be in your company this morning when you are delivering great -- >> you are a valued work associate. take it over! let's right the ship! one more hot day in forecast for today. a few clouds out there this morning, but lots of sunshine as we kick off our sunday. we have no wet weather on this sat lit or radar. we do have clouds on the satellite. but as for as the radar goes, things looking dry. we had a few isolated showers move through. a better chance a little later this evening. it is 75 degrees right now in raleigh. 73 in durham and sanford.
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the area of high pressure that has been bringing us the hot and humid conditions now finally sliding off to the southeast here. so our next cold front is going to arrive tonight that is going to bring some pretty big changes. finally some cooler temperatures in the forecast. expect partly sunny skies today warming up to 87 degrees by lunchtime. 92 is our high with the feels like temperature of 96 degrees. after about 3:00 or 4:00 p.m., we have a few storms. high temperatures fall into the 80s over the next several days. the humidity drops too. i'll let you know what you can expect coming up in a few minutes. thank you. we start now with breaking news in this half hour out of raleigh. two people are dead this morning after a traffic accident. >> it happened near the intersection of high woods boulevard and 'lar wood -- poplar wood court.
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more information about what happened. and in fayetteville, a woman is in police custody this morning accused of trying to kill her 2-year-old nephew. >> the police say 24-year-old regina durr was care forking a child at a relative's home and the police -- caring for a child at a relative's home. she is facing attempted first- degree murder and felony child abuse charges. she is in the cumberland jail with a $500, fayetteville police need your help after a woman says she was raped saturday morning. the woman said she was walking when a man approached her from behind and assaulted her in the parking lot. it is not known who the man was. she did not see her attacker. call police with information if you have any. it is a case that has left many people wantoning answers about what took place on a charlotte road. the officials say state trooper
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neighborhood after the 29-year- old failed to pull over. when the hearing and speech impaired man finally did stop and get out of the car, the police say there was, quote, an encounter a single shot was fired and harris died at the scene. there are questions about whether harris was aware of the sirens or could communicate with the trooper. harris was gunned down just doors from their family's homes. >> i saw him out in the neighborhood one time. he seemed -- they seemed like a very peaceful heartbreaking. >> i ask everybody to keep them in prayer because it is a rough time for them. >> the trooper involved in the shooting, jermaine saunders, is on administrative leave, which is standard procedure after an officer-involved shooting. in louisiana more than 100,000 people are asking for federal assistance. this comes as the crews are still assessing damage to the homes. it is estimated that 60,000 homes are damaged. some members of the louisiana state university alumni turned
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the event was held at sharky's here in raleigh. >> i'm from baton rouge myself, so this hits me personally. it just shows the general spirit of everybody here, everybody pitching in to help out. it is wonderful. no all of the proceeds from -- >> all of the proceeds from yesterday's event will go to the red cross. >> in campaign 2016, republican presidential nominee donald trump said he wants the republican party to be the home of aic he was speaking at a rally in virginia. >> i fully recognize the outreach to the african- american community is an area where the republican party must do better, and it will do better. >> reporter: recent polls show trump lags significantly behind
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clinton also spent time in a series of fundraisers and will continue to do so for the next couple of days. all eyes on brazil as the athletes around the world swim, run, wrestle and tumble for a win all in hopes of bringing home the gold. >> as the athletes are taking their last bows in rio, we reflect on the legacy that is the 2016 olympics. >> reporter: with a thrilling repeat in rio. allison felix now defng >> i think just knowing where we come from. we have such a rich history in this event, and i think we all know that, and it is also a lot of fun, come out here and close the olympics out. >> reporter: there was a 108- year drought for the men in the meter until we crossed the line first. >> i didn't know i had it until i crossed the linement it was such a great field. i was expecting someone to come
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no one yet. >> reporter: women's basketball clinched gold. the men's team will have to go through serbia to win its third straight gold medal. and shields looks to retain her supremacy in the women's middleweight final and the men's marathon will see top u.s. distance runner look to follow-up his london silver with a brand-new shiny gold. coming up on cbs north carolina, 'l in parts of kansas. >> and a modern home in the historic community has gone to court. we'll tell you what the judge had to say. it may be dry outside this morning, baugh cold front sitting back to the west will bring us a chance of a few showers and storms. i'll let you know when it will
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today, lori grabs delicious jimmy dean sausage from the fridge, fully cooked and ready in seconds. it makes breakfast complete, which makes bill feel like completing the gazebo, prompting a celebration in lori's backyard. with jimmy dean, good mornings lead to
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well, our dear friend and trusted authority on meteorology is here, kristin ketchell is here.
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because i have good u news in the forecast. we -- good news in the forecast. cool and comfortable conditions arriving as we start this week. let's tyke a look as we start. the sun is shining over chapel hill this morningment we have a lot of sunshine out across central north carolina and our satellite is picking up on a few high and thin clouds. we'll see a few more rolling in later. a better chance of a few showers and possibly a hold off until around dinnertime. it is 73 in durham. 73 also in clayton. 75 degrees right now in fayetteville. we have had this area of high pressure that has continue usely brought us the heat -- continue usely brought us the -- continuously brought us the heat and the humidity. that will make room for the next cold front to push through tonight and that will make
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tomorrow morning in the 60s and highs tomorrow only in the 80s. for today, our last day with temperatures above 90 degrees. so we're up to 76 degrees at 8:00. 87 degrees at lunchtime. 92 is our high today a few storms possible this evening, otherwise partly sunny skies. drier and cooler weather on the way. those details are coming up. >> all right. thank you to our favorite meteorologist. the time is the late show," there is an interview on sunday emergency interview on sunday emergency and up next, a prevow payday presents: salty covered sweetness. how can i help you? finally! i've been waiting forever. i've been waiting forever. to meet you! you sweet baby angel! you sound like heaven on earth, on a phone. you sound like love feels. salty on the outside. sweet on the inside.
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time is 7:46. here is a look at some of today's top stories. durham police are investigating a shooting that rest two children and one teenager injured. it happened on reservoir street. authorities say one of the 11- year-old boys has serious injuries. no suspects are in custody. if you hav the funeral will be held today for the 16-year-old mason wagner who drowned in moore county last week. friday night he was honored by members of the pine crest high school football team by writing his name and number on their gear. a fayetteville woman is in custody after being accused of tying to kill her 2-year-old nephew. she was caring for the child at a relative's home and that she
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child -- smother the child. the held is expected to be okay. the city of raleigh is being sued by the anti-abortion group who wanted to move next door to an abortion clinic. a hand of hope ministries says the city is violating its first amendment rights by voting against a zoning change that would have allowed the ministry's clinic to move next to a preferred women's health center. the land is not zoned for commercial use. the city officials in comment. a three-year legal battle over a modern style home build in an historic raleigh neighborhood has come to an end. they say it took away from the character of the neighborhood. last week the north carolina supreme court decided against reviewing an appeals court ruling. that ruling favored the builders of the house. the late show got a lot of attention following the republican and democratic conventions. >> but the show has gotten a
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choice of band leader. michelle miller caught up with the jean batiste. [ clapping ] >> are you done? >> so you just break out in song? >> yes. >> in the middle of the street? >> you got to do your thing. >> and people don't look at you funny? >> they be looking, but i be going. >> it is the musician and composer jean batiste and his stay human band hit the streets for what he call as love riot. >> a love riot is a street parade that can happen anywhere. [ music ] >> they are his way of bringing a classic new orleans street parade to the people of new york city. >> they may not have had the ability to see us at carnegie
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[ music ] >> and now he is sharing his music with millions as the band leader for "the late show" with stephen colbert. >> has he completely blown it out of the water? >> in some ways he is something new and a throw b.c. at -- throwback at the same time. there has not been a big jazz sound on one of these shows in a long time. >> the musical talents and meet the marathon man this sunday morning here on cbs north carolina starting at 9:00. and fun fact, one of the members of stay human, which is the band on "the late show" actually attended school in salem. >> always nice. >> very nice. >> the weather is nice.
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we have seen several mornings with temperatures in the mid 70s. we have a cooldown heading our way and that will be in as early as tomorrow. right now we have auto lot of sunshine from our -- a lot of sunshine from our live look. looking down franklin street now and you can see we have sunny skies there. not too bad as we kick off our sunday here. no wet weather on the radar this morning, although we do have a chance at seeing a few showers and storms developing a little later this afternoon and into temperaturewise, again, low to mid 70s. it is 75 degrees in raleigh. 73 in durham. it is 74 degrees in rocky mount. 76 in goldsboro. 75 in fayetteville. temperature also be climb ing into the low -- climbing into the low 90s. we're looking at a high of about 92 degrees. after 3:00 or 4:00 is really our be chance of seeing -- best chance of seeing the showers
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the window for seeing a storm or two pushing through the area. our dew point at 71 keeps us in the steamy category. we're used to that at this point. we have had many days in a row with dew points in the 70s, but it all comes to an end as we head to our day. a cold front arrives tonight with a few storms along that front here later on evening. the front is going to push through. and the system of high pressure bu cooler air. drier air, less humid air, and we're sticking with the sunshine tomorrow, tuesday, wednesday, and even into thursday. the high temperature miss the 80s. overnight lows fall ing into the 60s. by friday and saturday, the high slides offshore. we're back into the low 90s, but the skies stay sunny and the humidity is not quite as high as what we have been dealing with a quick look at the tropics. tropical storm fiona is still
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weaken a bit. it will likely become a tropical depression tomorrow and it will continue to make a trek to the west-northwest, and not expected to impact any land masses there. we'll still keep a close eye. the tropics more active than we have seen. the current temperatures this afternoon are going to climb into the 90s in fort bring and fayetteville. 92 in dunne and lillington. 92 today 92 also in smithfield and goldsboro. we're looking at a high of 90 in rocksboro. 91 in henderson and 92 in raleigh and 91 in chapel hill and durham. tonight the temperatures fall to a more comfortable 67 degrees a few storms possible early and then the skies clear during the overnight hours. the wins out of the northwest at six to 10 miles per hour. a nice breeze, too. tomorrow we'll start in the 60s
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with less humidity, it is going to feel fantastic. 85 degrees on tuesday and wednesday. 87 degrees on thursday. back to near 90 on friday. and a few clouds moving in for friday and saturday. the temperatures right around 90 for both days. still not dealing with the high humidity values that we have been seeing here. still a pretty good chance at some showers and storms this afternoon, but it will all be worth it once we get into the start of this week with those temperatures in the 80s and difference, the morning temperatures in the 60s, especially tuesday morning. 63 degrees. >> it is amazing. >> it is going to feel great. >> thank you so much. still ahead on cbs north carolina. our first ever event was held in southern pines. we'll take you to the event. >> an investigation turned up serious accusations and
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from an infection. human papillomavirus. who knew hpv could lead to certain cancers? who knew my risk for hpv would increase as i got older? who knew that there was something that could have helped protect me from hpv when i was 11 or 12, way before i would even be exposed to it? did you know, mom? dad? i was infected with hpv. know how widespread hpv is. while hpv clears up for most, that wasn't the case for me. maybe they didn't know i would end up with cancer because of hpv. maybe if they had known there was a vaccine to help protect me when i was 11 or 12. maybe my parents just didn't know. right, mom? dad? what will you say? don't wait. talk to your child's doctor today.
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the first ever law enforcement appreciation event was hosted yesterday and hosted by a southern pines community organizer. adam kelly shared the event with us. it was organized by earl wright and his wife sharon. and now may know them as the couple who give away hundreds of bicycles each christmas morning. they held the event to let the police know they are
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school. >> they filled more than 600 backpacks with school supplies. normally the people within the mission have an opportunity to get one of the backpacks, but this is the first year they extended it to families throughout the county. >> for the child that shows up and doesn't have a backpack or pencil, they already feel like they're already behind. it can really affect their confidence. by being able to get them everything they need for day one, they can start out by to learn as every other child in the room. >> if you'd like to help, the mission hopes to host tee vent next year and give to even more families in need. a concord couple is on cloud nine after making what they call a once-in-a-lifetime discovery. >> so jealous! they walk entered a local thrift store, spent 25-cents and may have come away with something absolutely priceless.
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>> i literally am in awe. they found it at heavenly treasures. they would like to get the autograph authenticated to have some peace of mind. but right now, they're just happy to have it and if it is confirmed to be real, they say they have no intentions of selling it because they feel that michael jackson is a stap toll their family and that his -- staple to their femme and that his autograph is valuable. >> to walk special a thrift store and causally find that. >> how many autographed cassette tapes are out there since we don't listen to them anymore. i bet you there are more floating around in thrift stores. and speaking of cool, we have some cooler temperatures in your seven-day forecast. overnight lows in the 60s. a nice change after a hot day today. >> thank you.
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talking about immunations. >> what parents there's something out there. that can be serious, even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough, and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces.
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coming up on cbs north carolina news at 8:00. the tune really for thomas was held yesterday. we'll show you how the 20-year- old was honored. and durham police are investigating a shooting overnight. who was injured and how police need your help. and then the carolina panthers battle the we'll have the highlights, but first let's get you outside. the sun is up in raleigh where we have about 76 degrees now on this sunday. glad you could start your sunday with us. i'm justin quesinberry. >> good morning. we're here with meteorologist kristin ketchell. we have been giving you a tough time but really today we should be appreciating you. finally a little bit of a cool down. >> i do what i can, and i put


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