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glrchtion thanks for watching nbc north carolina at noon. rescue workers are lock fld -- now more than people have been killed. authorityings fear those numbers could continue to rise. >> rescue crews carried a young girl to safety after they were pulled from the rubble. the quearveg jolted many awake, flattened homes and trapped people in collapsed structures. it struck just after 3:30 this morning. one clock stopped marking the top. they found part of these rural
destroyed. this woman says a wall fell next to her but luckily didn't hit her. this is a remote mountainous region. they will come on vacation. one of the main issues is just getting the heavy equipment in to sift through some of this rubble and, of course, the ambulances in to try to get those wounded out. in the village just -- frustrated survivors loved ones bury under the rubble. no one has gone there yet. they sealed off the area and ed us >> the e vatican pope francis skipped his traditional lesson and prayed for the victim of the earthquake instead. also at noon, members of elon university women's basketball team on the way back home to north carolina after feeling the
the athletes who were in roam for an international and cultural learning experience say they have shaken up by the incident. charlotte smith the team's coach told cnn the entire hotel shook for 30 seconds but there was no damage. split says everybody is o.k. the team is expected to arrive sometime today. >> meanwhile another powerful quake shook the sensor asian country this be belt in -- the president of the american university confirms the campus is under attack by militants. several american professors are inside. along with possibly hundred of students. many appear to have escaped through emergency doors
narch a armed robbery. according to campus police two men burst into a dorm room and held ena student at gunpoint. another student walked out and wound up being robbed as well. both students were tied upas the robbers searched left. much more on this story at 5:00. all right. hard to believe but it was actually pretty cool stepping outside earlier this morning. things are warmer now, of course, but still pretty pleasant. changes on the way. we're going to check in with meteorologist to find out when. >> yes. we are looking at changes this morning though you mentioned cool. some areas started off in the 50s. hard to believe that we're talking about temperatures in the 50s in august. right now we're at 82 degrees.
durham international airport and see a few clouds as we head to the rest of the around. nothing that is going to have a negative impact. we will be dry from start to finish today. let's get to those current temperatures. 83 in wilmington. yoi at 84 and head northward. south hill at 80 degrees. your hour by hour forecast for e 88 our afternoon high and that's exactly where we should be for this time of year. we'll drop off into the mid- 80s. and then pretty clear skies throughout the overnight and that's what's going allow our temperatures to drop. i think here in raleigh we'll droch to temperature right around 65 degrees. now the next few days are going to see those temperatures climb and by the end of the week the humidity will be here again. i'll have a closer look at that forecast whean
of failing to pick up her son yesterday she's on free on bond this afternoonment he was trying drop off the student but couldn't find the mother. during their search for the mother investigators say they decision covered other children left home alone at the residents. she's due in court next month. she's charged with misdemeanor child abuse and contributing to the delin -- helping a house fire. it's a story we brought to you as breaking news. we have learned a pregnant woman and her son managed to escape the fire on mystery hill court. the women's husband was away at work the family's four dogs made it out of the house safely. investigate tors are looking into what sparked the
beau bergdahl. set to testify in a motion. now this comes after the four star generalled a mitted he got rid of letters in the case. bergdahl faces a court-martial. he was captured in afghanistan in 2009 and investigators say he walked away from his post. he was fried in a prison exchange in 2014. >> covering cumberland county a man accused of a man with his suv faces charges today. he's accused of running over justin atkins earlier this month on patton street. the 39-year-old ran him down after the victim told them he did not have drugs to sell. >> wade county and thousands of standpoints will have new school bus routes. # ,000 students will attend class at the gardener campus. the 10th through the 12th graders will spend
preparation for the new traffic pattern. theyed ad new lanes. >> half of them will probably take the bus. another group will come in being dropped off but parntds and then we'll another group that are drivers. a quarter of that group of 2,000 might be driving their own cars. >> are four new elementary schools including raleigh, apex, cary and springs. students across the state and throughout the triangle return to school next week. and volunteers in durham are very busy making sure children have the proper tools and supplies for heading back to class. cbs north carolina joins us live from the durham rescue mission. emma, you've been out there all day. you know families have been standing in line for hours for this really special event. >> yeah. some of them showed up at 4 a.m. to get in line for this. this is one of the backpacks
out. most of these donated by a corporate sponsor. they donated almost 3,000 backpacks. you got a little look at what's inside. we're talking some pencil cases, normal notebooks, some binder, all the things you need to make it a successful back to school, hopefully. we talked with some parents the average cost of back to school and the backpack could run them upwards of $50, $60. more if you have more than student. the rescue mission does here is really a big help. >> no, not really. it's been very helpful. >> it's huge. it takes a lot help. we have a very small staff and to pull out an event like this, it take just ton of volunteers and many, many hours to get all the backpacks together, the food, the clothing.
away these pack packs they give things like clothing and food. they say that they have 10,000 hot dogs on grill that they've been giving away this morning. if you want to a backpack there are still some available. the line is pretty long but they will be giving them away throughout the afternoon. reporting live in durham. i'm emma wright. >> thanks a lot. kiddos getting ready for school. for a lot, the first day is on monday. >> wonderful to seatout reach there and so many people show up to >> all of those volunteers. hey. we'd like to see all of your back to school pictures. it's that time of year ago. you can share them with us on social media or you can e-mail your pictures to us. at firstname.lastname@example.org. coming up, the outrage of the skyrocketing price of potentially life-saving epipens. they're demanding answers that may lead to a federal investigation.
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with making fayetteville one of the first agencies to equip officers with body cameras. several community leersd aren't happy with how the city's dealing with their frustrations with the police department. they gathered demanding they address campaign -- there's a crisis in police and the bias that we are seeing in ur real. >> meetings have stopped after several meets. a spoke person gave us five- page response to the group. city leaders write the meetings have been constructed but they say some of issue raised require legislative action or more broader discussion. >> illegal setback for a wake county man charged with abusing his two-year-old daughter. a judge raised the bond to 100,000.
her body. the child east mother face -- the toddler is staying with relatives after being released from the hospital. federal agents have been called in to investigate a stabbing because of a possible link to the terror group isis. stabbing a man and woman at a roanoke complex over the weekend. the suspect recently traveled to germany and turkey the moments leading up the attack. both victims did survive. turkey's military is pounding isis targets in a border town just across the syrian border. they hit with air strikes wildfire sending in tanks and special forces. they launched it just before joe biden landed for talks with turkish leaders. while covering the race for the white house
north carolina today. right now he's attending a private event in charlotte before stopping in leeland for a rally there. just outside of wilmington. this comings a as donald trump struggles to court minority voters and take what appears to be a softer stance on immigration. democratic nominee continues to fend off new criticism over the clinton foundation. >> trumpedz is attacking hillary clinton after new to her while she was secretary of state. >> it's impossible to figure out when the clinton foundation ends and the state department begins. >> the associated press reviewed the state department schedule and found 85 of the 154 people who held a meeting or a phone call with her donated to the clinton foundation. either personally or through their businesses or
daughter is flawed and omitted for than 1700 meetings she took with world leaders. the campaign says the foundation had no influence on her work at the state department. >> the clinton foundation is a charity. it's a world class philanthropy . >> hillary clinton is totally unfit to hold public grasping the straws. >> it's an act of desperation given the ter mile we've seen. >> they never profited from their work at the foundation. alyssa we've been in a great mood and it's because there's very little humidity comparatively speaking. >> the past few days. that's going to change say around friday but it's
a live picture outside. this is from crestonwood country club. there is a mix of sun and clouds out there this morning. heading into the afternoon i guess i should say. this is a live picture though and we'll see some of those clouds continue as we head into the afternoon. overall it's not going to bring a negative impact to our forecast. if anything it's just going to provide you some share. we can see those clouds popping up on our satellite radar. you will notice despite seeing the cloud cover we are still on the dry side. so let's get to those current uncharacteristic for right now in central north carolina. 76 in henderson. 69 in roxboro. we're at 79 in louisburg. fayetteville is reporting 83. we're looking at a high of 88 degrees. it's normal for this time of year. we'll drop back to 85. mainly on the sunny side. as we head towards 9:00,
9:00 this evening. so here's the big picture. high pressure in control of our forecast. sunshine dry weather, low humidity. you name it, very comfortable odd. this slides off to our east. i was mentioning changes for friday. we'll start to see a few clouds first and foremost. that area sliding off to the east opens the door for the cold front back to the west and that could bring a shower or two. also as we approach the weekend we could see that mi comfortable side. even tomorrow really dewpoint temperatures in the low to mid-6 0z. television friday though that we start to approach that line between muggy and steamy. you will notice the more moisture in the area. now no chance for rain today. all of us on the dry side. just a little extra cloud cover from time to time. heading into overnight tonight. dry conditions continue for us. and we're also looking at pretty clear skies as we welcome in our thursday morning.
we're still watching two area of unselingsed weather. we have tropical storm gaston. it could strengthen into a hurricane but it is still a strawrm and then, of course, towards the -- currently investigating this storm saying it has a 60% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone. already they know that it does have winds strong en it's organized enough to be called a tropical storm. in the meantime our highs today 88 in raleigh. 87 in durham and 90 in fayetteville. we're clear, we're pleasant. all in all another night that may be you can crack open the windows. 90 our high on thursday. 92 oven friday. we're staying dry for the rest of this workweek and then as we head into the weekend the small chance for a shower and storm. if you have outdoor plans this
her epipen prescription. >> we paid $600 for one pack. >> she sponsored a -- the sticker shock has dominated conversations. >> people just can't afford to buy them at all. we've heard situations where people are recommending going to canada or other countries to purchase the medication. >> even contemplating buying expired ed bay. >> people are having to become creative and not making the safest choices. >> the other $598 is the use of the tool. >> in its latest statement they blamed the landscape. more families are enrolled in high dect -- i think they need to come out and justify why they want to
all right. here we go. caught on camera. you know thicks are going wrong when you try to impress a state and emergency crews have to actually bail you out. >> it happened. a university of pittsburgh student took it upon himself to jump between two buildings on campus. but he ended up falling three stories and getting stuck. >> yeah. it took crews four hours to free the 22-year-old and haul him away on a stretcher with a broken ankle. as for thought she scrambled away. >> maybe she was a little embarrassed. >> oh boy. >> we take a live look at traffic along i-40 and south saunders street. it's flowing. no issue on the roweds.
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.
here's what they did. a group of amateurs wept viral after strapping a camera to a toy. racing through back yartdz and even into a pool. there it goes. >> you can do it on a train too. the kids, the toy train. >> on your free time. give that a dry. >> i might do that. good stuff. i have a go pro but nowhere near that creative with itment glet get to it. gh you bring the cars in. >> sounds good. >> let's get started with the forecast. that's normal for this time of year. we make it back into the 90s. tomorrow should be fairly comfortable. it's friday that the humidity starts to ramp up again. the low 90 lz be here am few showers or storms. mainly in the afternoon. keep in mind most of us stay dry. it won't be a washout of the weekend. headed back to work and school for many steuntds next week. monday looks fantastic. morning temperatures should be
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