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a hard deadline for the u.s. state department and hillary clinton's continuing e- mail issues. what a judge says the department has to start releasing her e-mails. >> plus house bill 2 continues to affect athletes in our state. what school is canceling a scheduled game with a local college hoops team, and a year have a new park to enjoy. when you'll be able to enjoy it. >> oh, love it. good morning everyone it is friday. thanks for watching north carolina news i'm russ bowen. >> i'm stefan chase alongside ali warshavsky anderson almeida core. let's talk to you about the forecast -- and alyssa corfont. >> it was a great three days.
>> yeah, not into next week. let's be honest there. 73 degrees right now. a live picture from the raleigh durham international airport. you can see the skies out there, starting to get just a hint brighter. now, the official sunrise happens after 6:40. so we still have a ways to go. 73 right now but as we take that early morning look outside you can see that we're pretty cloud free. 71 in durham. 72 in roxboro. we have the temperatures in the upr right now at 69. 71 in clinton. 73 in fayetteville. we all know this is a lot warmer than we're have been. in many cases, 5-10 degrees warmer. 11degrees warmer in louisburg. so here's what you're planning for the day. 90, partly cloudy skies at noon. yeah, hot there. 95 our afternoon high. stray shower, can't be ruled
home. a closer look at the weekend ahead and when we see rain. right now here's ali with traffic. good morning a great time to head out there if you have to travel through the raleigh area. 540, 440 moving well. stalled car out there not really impacting traffic at zebulon. so a local road. not causing major delays. durham, delay free, as well. 85 durham good. and through fayetteville nothing to complain about there this morning. look at your westbound drive times if you're heading to research triangle park, 23 minutes. doesn't get much faster than that. so get out there now. 64 too six forks road 1 1 minutes. let's take you outside and give you a live look at how things are moving at airport boulevard. speak of i-40 there are areas
this morning. let's head out to emma wright who has more details on that. good morning emma. >> reporter: good morning. we are talking about the gorman street exit. and we are live along i-40 right in that area. we're not seeing any delays just yet. but there is a significant construction project happening down here. what they're doing they're taking those orange barrels that you see on the side of the road and they're putting up an actual concrete exit. they say it's quite a project. what they had to do was go in there beginning last night and slowly start shutting it down and then they actually have to tear up the entire exit, put in those concrete barriers, then repave it. so they say it's quite a task. if you want to take a look on the screen right here we're coming up on the actual construction project. exit 295 gorman street completely shut down while crews work to get it back up
you can see that they are currently hard at work. looks like they dug up most of the street. and no pavement on it right now. so project underway here. they say that the good news is that this will be completed by monday. so if you're worried about some traffic on the first day of school, they say that things should be open. reporting live in the mobile news tracker i'm emma wright, cbs north carolina. >> traffic flowing nicely in that area. before a judge later today. mykevian keyshawn massenburg was arrested thursday for shooting in wake forest. justin quesinberry joins us now lye with more on this story, justin? >> reporter: he will have his first court appearance later today after being arrested one week after that crime. last thursday morning a man was found shot on north allen road in wake forest. that victim sec smith later died.
organization. cbs north carolina talked with the pastor who owns that house shortly after the shooting. >> shot first of all, and, you know, taking place here in this community that we have put so much into trying to create an atmosphere that avoids this kind of thing. >> reporter: hear one of the 911 calls made after that hour. athletics and politics normally do not mix but the women's basketball team at unc chapel hill is feeling the effect of house bill 2. the university of vermont is canceling the game in chapel hill. the teams were supposed to play december 28. but the school says there are concerns about house bill 2 and discrimination against the transgender community. you may remember the university of albany was supposed to be the opening game for duke's men's basketball team but that
summer also because of house bill 2. many across the state are confused about the early voting rules and people in cumberland county voiced that frustration in a big way. every county was supposed to submit an early voting plan before last friday. >> but they're frustrate the unleashed board of elections did not come up with a new plan. people in the county fear the plan the state will likely put in place will not meet their needs. after a year of hard work the linden little rive officially opening today. the 38 ericer park is at loop road and colliers chapel road in linden. it has a walking trail, playground and meals purpose field. it cost $420,000 to build. half of that came from the north carolina trust funds. the other from cumberland county through the recreation tax. she is no stranger to the negatives of social media but now the feds are now getting involved. coming up why actress leslie
security investigation. >> plus epipens and their rising costs are becoming a national topic of debate. why the ceo at the center of the fight says those price hikes could not be avoid. >> well, temperatures are a bit milder. we have the upper 60s in roxboro and oxford. across the virginia state line
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so we're just talking about the weekend plans because friday's finally here. >> finally, right. >> a lot of relaxing. >> yes, how about you? >> just going to chill out. >> we're going to have good weather. >> great, that's what i was hoping for. >> you may want to stay in the air conditioning. right now it's certainly on the warmer side. 73degrees. past few mornings really all week we started in the 60s. so this is a shock to the system for sure.
tower camera we're seeing a little bit of cloud cover as we start our morning. here's a look at the drive time forecast. 73 right now. we'll be at 72 at 7:00 a.m. then we start to climb slowly at first. 74 by 8:00 a.m. 78 at 9:00. dry conditions all morning long. if we're going to see any wet weather today, it washed be late this afternoon. so just keep that in mind. maybe you're heading to a high school game, i don't think the water or rain rather would wash out your plans. so 71 we have the upper 60s in sanford. 73 in nearby lillington. also 73 in fayetteville. your forecast for today, calling for a temperature right around 90 at lunchtime. 95 our afternoon high but with the humidity, it will feel more like the triple digits. we drop back to 92. still in the dry side for 6:00 this evening. and here zika virus that all important weekend planner. 89 our temperature at noon. still dry on saturday at lunchtime.
looking far different from the saturday. 86 at lunchtime. 90 our high. a smaller chance for a shower or storm sunday afternoon. i'll walk you through the back to school forecast in 1 0 minutes. the ceo getting criticism over the rising cost of epipens says the system is to blame not her. >> our health care is in a crisis. knots different than the mortgage financial crisis back in 2007. >> bresh. she told cnbc that the rising cost of health care made the 600% price hike necessary. that's despite documents from may showing her saying i think you'll see om tonight for us to have that price per pen increase. the company has offered a sort of olive branch in the form of a savings card that covers as much as $300. time check for you 6:12 on your friday morning many of you
certainly goes without saying that it takes a lot of patience to drive a bus filled with children every day. >> i can only imagine. a lot of us would get burned out but ali, we understand that you found someone to actually loves doing this. >> she drives for johnston county schools. not only does she have patience, she it, as well. >> reporter: it's a sound shannon brock has gotten quite used to. >> before get my elementary route i did high and middle. >> reporter: after 20 years on the same route she's gotten quite used to the kid on board. >> she knows the johnston county roads better than anyone. and she's probably right. she just earned a new title this year. >> i won johnston category one
many awards her husband had to build her a new shelf. >> it's actually in my china cabinet. >> reporter: she will have to build new friendships this year, too. a new elementary school has opened in the county and that means a didn't group of students each morning. >> it's so happened that my route was the route that was affected. and i lost 55 children. >> reporter: a moment so sad for shannon who also works as a couldn't bring herself to say good-bye on the last day of school. >> miss shannon had to stay in the class. i couldn't do it. >> reporter: she might not have been able to say good-bye last year but she's anxious to say hello to new students this year. >> i just love children. i love children. and the little ones, some of those have never left mama. and never left daddy or grandma. and so they just need somebody
doesn't stop during the summer. while many other bus drivers take a break she's out on roads driving a route for summer school. and don't forget we want to see your back to school photos at the bus stop or in the classroom. share them using the hashtag wncn on social media. we're going to be sharing our pictures next week. >> oh, boy, yes. the plead blue skirt we were just talking about from when i went to catholic school and the big backpack bigger than >> i always loved it. >> i had bangs that were probably 4 inches tall. they were amazing. >> we can't wait to see that. >> you're going to be jealous. i'm going to be honest with you. let's get to the forecast it is hot for back to school next week. now, in the meantime, here's a look at the forecast for the next few days. the heat and humidity is returning today. you may have noticed it yesterday we were into the low 90s. today we continue to build onto that. with the combination of the
to feel significantly hotter. heat index values in the triple digits. 101 later today. >> what it will feel like in oxford and roanoke rapids. durham looks like out towards siler city down round the sandhills still just as hot maybe the upper 90s throughout the afternoon. in fayetteville and clinton. best chance for storms is going to be saturday afternoon. it still won't be a washout. yeah, just talking about it, back to school near 90 for the first fine tuning and watching closely. here's the setup for today. the reason we're seeing these changes, area of high pressure that's been dominating the forecast, it's sliding off to the east. so it slides off to the atlantic. in works this next cold front. that cold front could bring us the chance for showers and storms into the weekend ahead. not going to drop through the area. so we went see a significant drop in temperatures or humidity. just a few storms, though, as
in the humidity. we are clearly in this steamy category. the category we don't want to be in. today, tomorrow, and sunday that's dewpoints temperatures in the low 70s. here's a look at the hour by hour forecast. at 10:00 a.m., we are already in the low 80s. back to 90 at noon. we'll eventually make it to 95. factor in the humidity that feels more like the triple digits. most of us staying dry this afternoon. although i can't rule out a shower after future forecast. dry through lunchtime. you're heading out maybe that evening drive home, make to some high school football games. isolated shower. don't worry i don't think it will rain out any of the games this evening. overnight tonight we're dry. that's were we are for the start of saturday. the best rain chance is saturday afternoon. they will be scattered around the area. won't really produce a lot of rain or any severe weather. so 71 in durham. 73 in raleigh.
so we're looking for a high of 95 this afternoon in raleigh. 94 in durham. 97 in fayetteville. overnight, 74. warm and muggy. also going to be a few clouds in and around the area. now as we head into the weekend 90s hang around. keep in mind normal for this time of year is actually around 87. so these temperature well above where we sunday be. there it is, monday the morning hours in the low 70s. 6:19 let's check in with ali for a look at the morning commute. good morning. very quiet on this friday morning. especially traveling through the raleigh area. 540, 440, 40, accident free. the only issue we've had is the stalled car that is causing some moderate delays. in zebulon heads up through there. if you are traveling through clayton, some covered bridge road construction is going to have one lane closed
this area from 9:00 tour 4:00 p.m. detour smithfield, pritchard, riverwood athletic club, as well. do durham nothing like that to worry about. westbound drives. taking 540 toll road to u.s. one to rtp, 15 minutes. longest stretch, u.s. 1 to the durham freeway. overall not too bad. let's take you outside now if we can and show you what it looks like on edwards mill road. starting to pick up out there at 6:20 this morning. we want to get you caught up on a couple of big stories we're watching. breaking news in italy where another after shock has been felt in the wake of this week's devastating earthquake. >> the death toll now stands at 267 people and could continue to climb. also, one person has died and others hurt after a crash in chapel hill. >> police say it appears one of the cars was driving the wrong way.
bodies were found inside of a home. police are now saying those deaths do not appear to be suspicious. today marks one year since the murders that shook not just the news community but the rest other country, as well. it was just about this time in the morning that roanoke virginia report e alison parker and photographer adam ward were gunned down by a bitter and troubled former co- worker. parker and ward were later awarded a partly sunny hue mus emmy award. parker's fianci plans to river a place she visited every birthday. a bizarre homicide investigation is underway in canada after three people were found dead. police say the murder weapon was a cross bow. toronto police are also investigating suspicious package that appears to be linked to the murders. a man at the scene was taken into custody. police have not announced charges or elaborated on his connection to the victims. the department of homeland security has stepped in to investigate the cyber attack on
live star with her passport and driver's license. jones has had a rough year to say the very least. first bashed for her performance in ghostbusters before the movie opened. then taunted with racial slurs on twitter. her website has been taken off line since. currently 6:22 in the morning. after the break a developing story that's going to have a major impact on people who use apple products. what you can do right this minute to protect information. >> a local hotel under state osha investigation. what several current and former
lot better in their win against tennessee titans. but tonight's competition may be a little tougher. carolina is lining up against the new england patriots but there's one player who many of you may remember. like quarterback. he was way two year starter at nc state. this will be his first time taking the field in north carolina since turning pro. if it's high school football we have you covered. our blitz will have all of your the week. a rivalry matchup between west johnson and south johnston. later at 1115 our jeff jones and todd gibson will have full highlights from games all across the area. well a lot of us myself included woke up to a pretty scary warning. joaning us from the new york stock exchange to break it down is jill wagner. happy friday. >> reporter: happy friday, good morning, russ.
serious security. it's the first known case of a software that can take over a iphone 6. capable of turning on the camera, to snoop, record calls and track moves. >> a texas jury ruled that a faulty general motors ignition switch was not to blame for a deadly accident in 2011. attorneys for gm told jurors that that accident was caused by reckless speeding on a rain not the ignition switch. this is gm's third courtroom win over the issue. finally some high tech fashion that could stop impulse shopping? you think this will work? >> this is the i bag two. it's designed saw stop the wearer from spending money. you can set the hand bag to lock when it's gps senses you're in a place were you spend the most money. and at times when you tend to shop the most. it will even flash and vibrate
it's a prototype by the personal finance website finder.com. and to answer your question, will it work, i say when there's a will there's a way. >> i think the only way it will work is if it were a really big horn like a fire truck horn or something. because then you're embarrassed and you run out of the store. otherwise i'm not sure. >> it's an interesting idea. you're going to see a lot of horns, it's one way to -- that's interesting, russ. >> yeah, it is. all right, see you later. time check for you as you begin your day, it's now 6:27. coming up, a frightening explosion in belgium kills one and sent several others to the hospital. what may have caused that blast. >> before you head out the door a live look outside. a really hot day. and it's going to stick around. alyssa will tell us if there's
hello and good morning thanks for watching nor news at 6:30 i'm russ bowen. >> i'm stefan chase. emma wright is a live on the roads with a construction change. >> justin quesinberry is live as a wake forest murder suspect prepares to appear before a judge. but first, storm team meteorologist alyssa corfont with what we can expect. we already notice the heat and humidity. it is back. it returned yesterday. we'll continue to today and it's certainly go a leigh picture from the airport. pretty clear skies. nice little color. 73degrees. remember we're still about 13 minutes away from the official sunrise. so you still have time to roll out of bed and get to a place where you can see the sunrise. 73 in raleigh. 71 in durham. we have 69 in henderson. 68 now in sanford. goldsboro, you're back in the 70s at 70. also 70 in clinton and clayton. so here's a look at your forecast for the day ahead.
74 it will be a warmer and muggier morning for us. 90 at lunchtime. then 95 our afternoon high. it will be hotter and humid this afternoon. we can't rule out a stray shower. most of us will stay dry through 6:00 back to 92. there will be better shower and storm chances over the weekend ahead. a closer look at that forecast coming your way in 10 minutes. right now i want to send it to alyssa with a check on the commute. good morning, and not too much to company about if you're herding through the 440, five fore have remained accident free all morning long. same thing with 40. taking you into durham were you're can see we are seeing a lot of green on the maps so for the most part you're able to move the speed limit. fayetteville roads look pretty good. flying out today looks like your flights should be arriving on time. if you're flying into these major airports, always a good idea to check with your carrier. if you're heading north into raleigh on u.s. 1, nc 55 to
heading from 401-nc 55 downtown going to take you about 21 minutes there. now, we'll give you a live look outside at i-40 at jones sausage road at 6:32 this morning still moving pretty well. but we will have some issues i should say out on 440, on -- on 40 eastbound side. emma wright has been tracking the conditions on i-40 all seeing out there, emma? >> reporter: so what we're talking about right now is exit 295 on i-40. that is the gorman street exit. crews have shut it down while they do repair work. we're on gorman street right now and what crews have done starting last night they put up orange barrels to block the exit off. then they started putting up concrete barriers in place of the orange barrels. they say the work that they
involves them having to competely tear the whole thing up. they're having to shut it down. if you're traveling in this direction, once it gets to be about 7:30 in kind of the rush hour time we may start to see some traffic delays. they say if you need to go through this area and you're on i-40 what you want to do is keep going straight take the lake wheeler road exit. they're going to have signs to redirect people around. they say the good news about all of this is that hopefully plan on finishing most of this by the weekend so things should be running a little bit smoother for the first day of school on monday. reporting live in the mobile news tracker, emma wright, cbs north carolina. after a week of searching wake forest police have nabbed the suspect in a deadly shooting. >> mykevian keyshawn massenburg is due in court on murder charges in the death of sebastian smith. justin quesinberry joins us
courthouse with more. >> reporter: police arrested the 19-year-old suspect yesterday and charged him in this murder. this came one week since the shooting death of 26-year-old sec smith. he was shot on north allen road in wake forest. he was found in front of hope house a community service organization. here's part of a 911 calm made at the time of the shooting. >> i was going towards my house but i heard him say, that he's going to come back and shoot up the apartments. he ran over there to >> reporter: the owner of the hope house building where the victim was found near, says his organization has put a lot of work into avoiding this type of crime in the community. massenburg is due later today in court. live in raleigh justin quesinberry cbs north carolina. breaking overnight yet another strong after shock has rattled italy causing more damage to already crumbling buildings.
least to 267 people. >> now even through the evening rescuers have continued to search for sur views that was rewarded yesterday. as crews spotted and saved a young girl trapped for more than 17 hours. that child has undergone surgery and said to be doing well. is person and injured at least two others in belgium was an accident. authorities are pointing to a gas leak as a likely cause. at a sports center near their french border. a law enforcement association that's 10,000 members strong is officially throwing its support behind governor pat mccrory. >> we believe that he sincerely wants to support law enforcement officers that have to make those critical
need. >> the north carolina police benevolent association interviewed the governor and his opponent attorney general roy cooper. both candidates for governor are getting endorsements from first responder groups. reese en polls show cooper widening his lead against governor pat mccrory. you can see the mold. >> the state expiationle safety and health administration is investigating a local hotel. employees at that hotel they black mold. one employee contacted us saying the courtyard marriott near crabtree valley mall isn't address the issue. we spoke with two current and one former employee that all backed up the claims. they say some people are even getting sick. >> mold is not something that is to be played around with and it's basically been swept under the rug. my opinion it's a pretty major
multiply -- multiple employees complaining about the health issues. >> the hotel passed all of the most recent health inspections. we tried to talk to the hotel manager and the company that owns the hotel but neither responded. just when you thought things were dying down, ryan lochte's issues are just heating up. why the swimmer now faces the possibility of a larger fine and perhaps even some jail time. >> yeah, and france's controversial ban on knees is heading to an administrative court. one is okay with banning muslim clothing. >> temperatures as we start our friday morning in let 60s easy woo check in a round louisburg and tarboro. roanoke rapids reporting 70. later today hot and humid. a look at th [music] >> dr. stanley: we can understand and realize, it's through the gospel that you and i can be absolutely assured at what paul said when he said,
and a good morning to you. here's a live picture from the top of the hill restaurant in chapel hill. take a look at this. pretty nice as we do start off our day. pretty cloud free, as well. it will be just a little bit longer before we see the sun start to clear the tree line here in orange county. so let's get to the current temperatures. if you're getting ready to head out the 72 in louisburg. upper 60s currently in henderson. south hill, roanoke rapids and goldsboro right around 70. 70 in clinton. 73 right now in fayetteville, lillington and towards rayford. so let's get to the comparison over the past 24 hours. we all know that earlier parts of this week were very comfortable in the morning hours. these temperatures that we're seeing right now between five and 10 degrees warmer than where we were yesterday. a 5 degree jump in both raleigh and durham.
11degrees warmer, in louisburg and 10 degrees warmer in roanoke rapids. so we'll get to what you need to know as you're planning your day. 74 out the door, 8:00 a.m. 90 at noon. a nice mix of sun and clouds. hotter and humid 95 the afternoon high. most of us stay dry all day long today. not the same situation for the weekend. chance for showers and storms in the afternoon. saturday morning dry. lunchtime temperature 89. 93 our afternoon high. mid-80s at lunchtime. only a high of 90 sunday afternoon. again, though, a small chance for a few storms. i'm looking at the back to school forecast, have those details un10 minutes. ryan lochte might have personally made it out of rio but that does not mean he escaped punishment. rio police charged him with falsely report ag crime. legally he doesn't have to
between 1-6 months in jail. although a stiff fine seems more likely. still to come after this, storms leave behind defer station across the midwest. hear from the woman who used her own body to shield her children from harm. >> i don't know what the claim was. don't know that i agree with it but i trust you. >> plus, two nuns found murdered in mississippi the lone clue police have to work with and how family members
welcome back. today france's highest administrative court will weigh overturning a ban on bur key fees. a swim
suit for muslims that's been outlawed on the arm of protecting public order. >> the feeling of the people is very important when you go to a place if you see like that, it's something look like islamist on the beach on the streets, everywhere, you
from, was the deputy mayor of nice, the site of one other most horrific terror attacks in recent memory. >> that city is one of more than two dozen that imposed some sort of ban on islamic clothing. yesterday dozens gathered to protest the law calling it an example of the exact kind of attitude that inspires extremism to begin with. >> all right negative natur lately, i think that further perpetuates the issue. it's justifying and making it acceptable to be islam phobic. >> according to the bbc polls show the majority of the french are in favor of the ban. the making of a murderer case is back in the headlines. attorneys for steven avery have until monday to file a motion in this case. that motion is expected stew
international attention through the netflix documentary series, while avery's case is pending his nephew recently saw his conviction overturned and still waiting to find out if he will go through a second trial. police in mississippi are trying to figure out what led to two nuns being stabbed to death. they were found dead after failing to show up at the clinic where they both worked as nurse practitioners. to caring for the community. one other nuns sisters said she couldn't imagine by of why january anyone would want to hurt her. >> i don't understand why these things happen. i've talked to him. and i said i don't know what your plan was, don't know that exit on i-40 grow with it but i trust you. >> as of right now police are only saying it appears there was a breakin. their one clue so far is a car that was apparently taken from
mile away. the buzzing of chainsaws familiar sound this week infrastructure the midwest where many are just beginning to clean up from a round of wicked storms. one family watched in horror as their home was ivies rated while they took cover inside of a bathtub. >> you could hear all the crack of the drywall. as soon as that happened my instincts were my arms flew out to cover top of the kids. and then the roof got sucked story, thankfully no one was seriously injured which is pretty hard to imagine. there with the damage there. >> that's some really scary stuff. >> they've seen scary storms out in the midwest, indiana, now ohio. now that same storm system is heading our way but the good news is not expecting anything severe here. >> good for us. >> especially because it will coming in over the weekend ahead. let's talk about the change as we canopy.
the key most of us on the dry side. can't rule out a stray shower this afternoon. most you've won't have to worry about the umbrellas. best chance for storms holes off until saturday afternoon. with the heat and humidity around today, it is certainly going to feel much hotter than where the temperature will actually be. i'm talking triple digits for the first time this week. 101 later today in raleigh. 102 in lillington. upper 90s in fayetteville and northward towards oxford. then we're still looking at a small chance for rain back to school on monday but the temperatures 70s in the morning. 90 near the afternoon hour. so certainly going to be a toasty first day back for many students. here's the setup for today. we've been talking about high pressure. >> seems like all week long. it's been controlling the forecast bricking us fantastic conditions. that area of high pressure, though, slides off to the east today.
approaching cold front and that's why it's hot and humid. still for the most part dry. cold front gets close to us. doesn't really drop through. no big change in temperature or humidity but better chance for storms in the afternoon. again, that's tomorrow. today, 82 at 10:00 a.m. 90 at noon. we'll make it to 95 this afternoon. most of u.s.a. again staying dry. we are going to see that isolated shower. it should be after 3:00, 4:00 this afternoon. here we are at 8:00 a.m. conditions. a mix of sun and clouds for us. dry at lunchtime. then most of us don't have anything to worry about towards 6:00 this evening. overnight we should be on the dry side and that's how we'll start off our saturday. saturday afternoon, though, look at this. scattered showers and storms in our forecast. will not be a washout but if you do have outdoor plans take the umbrella with you. i don't want you caught off guard u. auto want to give you an update on the tropics. gaston continues to spin around in the open atlantic.
system at 65 miles per hour. now, the latest national hurricane center forecast track has it strengthening into a category 1 hurricane this weekend. again, it was a category 1 early yesterday. continuing into a category 2 storm by early next week. then it takes a northerly turn which is great news for us because it means it stays out in the open atlantic does not threaten land. so let's get to the current temperatures getting ready to head out the door, six in henderson. 68 in sanford. 70 in gosb clinton. 73 right now in fayetteville. make it to 95 this afternoon. 94 in durham and 97 in fayetteville. overnight tonight, yeah, the warm and muggy conditions continue. 74 crazy our overnight low. we're at 93 saturday. 90 on sunday. small chances for storms in the afternoon. and there it is, monday a high of 90, back to school low 90s continue tuesday and wednesday. 6:50 right now.
raleigh look good. local road accident. raleigh boulevard this one just happened. not seeing it affect traffic right now. one that will affect traffic, i- 40 westbound have an accident exit 270 or durham chapel hill boulevard. >> it does have an exit ramp lane closed off. heads up to you there through durham. otherwise durham area looks pretty good. we give you a wider view down through fayetteville this area has been crash free all morning taking 95 shouldn't be an ir you're heading east on 540 from glenwood to u.s. 64, 17 minutes there. to capital boulevard just about mile per hour. a pretty short commute for you i-40 to wade avenue 3 minutes. weighed weed to glenwood, two. glenwood to capital boulevard two, as well. outside i-440 at lake boone trail at 6:51 everyone still able to go the speed limit. james corden is back on the case, again. >> it's one of o favorite
uncover exactly what brittany spears was singing about in one of her most famous songs. >> you know, your song oops, i did it, again. >> yes. >> what it that about? what's it really about? >> i don't know. i really don't know. >> you don't know what it's about? >> i think it's just a song. >> because i think every time i go -- well, every time i order a dominoes i >> that is just brilliant. last night spears became the latest guess to ride shotgun on carpool karaoke. >> and as expected the two ran through several of her hit songs complete with a full blown wardrobe change. at one point he even puts on a wig. >> i know it's hilarious. >> do you think he had on the plaid skirt? >> i don't know. i don't want to know that if that's the case. 6:52 in the morning.
we're watching. >> a death investigation in fayetteville and the possible cause of a deadly crash in chapel hill. >> first let's check in with cbs this morning to see what they are working on. >> good morning, accusations of prejudice and racism are dominating the presidential campaign this morning. we'll look into the rise of the so-called at right movement. plus a unique approach to fighting superbugs. there's a dog that could save lives by smelling the dangerous drug resistant bacteria. >> and h conversation with barbra streisand. why see dislikes many aspects of being a singer. looking forward to that. looking forward to that. the news is ba ?? from the mountains... to the beaches... the piedmont... to the sandhills... north carolina is possessed of spectacular natural beauty. [ sea gulls crying ] [ man vocalizing ] run!
thus this morning clayton bypass police are investigating a deadly overflight car crash. officials tell us that two vehicles collided on raleigh road near the intersection with greenwood road. they are still investigating what caused the crash. but right now they do believe that one of the vehicles was
road. one the people involved in the crash was taken to the hospital where that person later died. another person has minor injuries. looking ahead a local man accused murder going before a judge today. mykevian keyshawn massenburg was arrested thursday tore a shooting in wake forest. least week they found sebastian smith outside the hope house on knot allen road. he had been shot. officials say he later died at the hospital. the 19-year-old is charged with smith's murder and being held fayetteville. police say the bodies of two women, a mother and daughter were found in a home on thursday. neighbors say they hadn't seen them for some time. police went to the home on aberdeen place. that's when they found the body. they had been there for some time. after investigating the scene, police say they didn't find any signs of foul play. well, the clock is ticking for several families in goldsboro. they live at the serena inn but it's shut downing today at
recent inspection. they gave property management 13 days to fix the problems but a follow up visit showed no evidence of improvement. now, power and water at the inn is being shut off in just a few hours. those families will have to leave. inn's management says their focus is getting everybody out again. the deadline is noon. another warm day. let's crank up the air conditioning back up. >> you're going to need that full speed ahead. later today mid-90s. ti in chapel hill. let's get to the temperatures. a few 60s but the majority in the 70s. fayetteville and durham, 71. 95 today. will feel more like the triple digits. small chances for rain in the afternoon on saturday. 90 for back to school on monday. >> all right. taking you outside to i-40 at
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nothing else tastes like philadelphia? captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is friday, august 26th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? accusations of racism dominate the presidential lies. trump says clinton paints decent american as racists. a power outage leaves florida air traffic controllers in the dark. and unable to track planes already in the air. >> we will introduce you to angus, the first superbug sniffing dog to help stop threatening diseases in hospitals. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener."