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as you heard, with a 911 call. a witness said it began at this duplex on don ross drive. >> i sought police over here. i saw him walking up approaching the house at the end. he was knocking on the door trying to talk to someone. >> reporter: moments later she said it became chaotic. >> i hear my dogs barks so i thought someone was walking through e yard so shots. i came out and saw the police running up the street, pow, pow, pow. >> reporter: it ended behind this assistant living center. police flooded the neighborhood for several blocks and also locked down nearby wake med hospital where both the suspect and the officer were taken. a 911 call indicates how ha began. >> there's a man with a gun outside.
they've been here four times now. come on, for real. >> did he show you the gun? >> i see the gun in his hand. >> reporter: now police are not releasing the oift of the office -- identity of the officer involved or the suspect. the results of the investigation will go to the wake county d.a. which will make a determine the nation on what -- determine nation on what happened. the last time a raleigh police officer was investigated for using his weapon was back in february. that's when an accident, dc twite shot and killed dinkens. it happened when he was trying to arrest differentens -- din kins. we are tracking the tropics
tropical weather. the ferry services will be closed. so how will the storm affect the coast and those of us inland? wes hohenstein is here with pan update. good evening to you f you remember last week we waited and waited for that system north of the caribbean to develop into anything and it never happened until over the weekend. now, in addition to that system that is tropical depression depression number 8 in addition to category 2 hurricane gaston, what is way out in the atlantic. so a little closer to home, we have tropical depression number 8 with 35-mile-an-hour winds. if you look at this little swirl that's trying to get going a few hundred miles off the north carolina coast that is what will steal the headlines this week.
the impacts here are not going to be significant, if anything at all other than some rain, some wind and high waves along the coast. power big story will be a cold front but we'll watch what happens with tropical depression number 8 as it eventually becomes a tropical storm and comes close to the out per bank will do almost a hard right turn, come across florida and take about the same path sometime on friday off our coastline. since we remain on the left side of the eye of this tropical system that's usually the clean side, the bothering side -- boring side. so tonight we'll watch temperatures which are close to 90 today slowly fall through
will make us. all right. the search continues for a man -- actually, if you'd like to follow the tropics, you can keep up with any advisories and alerts. just download it for free. the search continues for a man deputies say is responsible for the violent death of list daughter's grandfather. a domestic dispute led up to the shooting death of to find anthony macneill ever since. he appears to have posted about the shooting on social media, admitted to killing someone and said he would shoot himself before being caught. neighbors were stunned to learn of racine's death. >> i knew him a little bit. he seemed like a friendly guy. i would wave at him. >> cbs north carolina talked to
said the 48-year-old saved his family by keeping the suspect away from his me. fayetteville police have identified the two people killed in a south woodside apartment. derrick mcclain and derrick robinson. two other men were injured. investigators are still working out a motive for that shooting. a durham man was killed this morning after police say he was hit by a tractor-trailer on u.s. 50-year-old jose santos martinez was walking near cheek road about 7:30 this morning when he was hit. investigators said it does not appear speed was a factor but the investigation continues. a teenager who's been locked up at an immigration detention center will be speaking publicly for the first time since returning to the triangle. they took wildin acosta into custody.
michael hyland has more. >> reporter: he will be here at ccb plaza in just under an hour with his family talking about what happened. this is where supporters have been coming for months. acosta came here fleeing gang violence in honduras. a judge ordered him to be taken into includes di earlier this year but he's won the heard again and is out on bond in the meantime. before he was arrested he was going to high school at river side. his parents raised $10,000 for his bond. when he got out, he said he was in shock. today he will be talking about his experience at the detention center. it's not clear how long this will take for his case to end up in court. there's a backlog. so it's not uncommon for
more to have their -- or -- or more to have his case heard. he is a controversial former prosecutor who was disbarred for his role in the duke case. it's a brutal nyfong prosecuted. >> reporter: he is expected to testify tomorrow in the darryl howard hearing. attorneys are asking for a new trial saying nyfong withheld evidence at the time. he did not say much as he exited the courtroom. >> i really don't want to make any statements until after i
then. i haven't testified. >> reporter: but he will be forced to answer questions tuesday as he's expected to testify in a hearing for darryl howard. it comes after a is judge exonerated the conviction. however, it was reinstated by the state's x-rays. the attorneys now want a new trial accusing nyfong of misconduct in the case man's innocent. , that this man is guilty of anything. >> reporter: the conviction came about a year before the duke la crosse case. he also declined to address that case saying he's only focused on the testimony.
relevant testimony. i will get on the stand and tell the truth and people can make of this what they wish. >> reporter: most of the hearing today consisted of opening statements. we'll have more on the dna testimony and why the defense said new dna evidence implicates another man in the crime. david hurst, cbs north carolina. a difficult first day for an orange county ol student. fred seymour died after suffering an asthma attack. he was set to start 8th grade. extra counselors were at the school as kids returned to campus. a spokesperson for the school system said it's a very emotional time. a power outage cut classes short at a clap pel hill school. they dismissed students after just three hours on the first
went out at the start of date -- of the day. >> we felt with declining temperatures today this was best for kids and staff were safe. >> at first i thought oh, this was inconvenient then i thought gosh, how hot is it. they wouldn't be able to function without the lights and electricity. >> he said this was good to see classmates but happy to have one the actor who brought us the mem rarl characters from willie con ca has died. gene wilder died from alzheimer's. when he was acting he was also raising awareness about cancer in the wake of his wife's
1989. an nfl quarterback said he's now taking a stand. >> to me this is something that has to change. >> how social media has reacted to colin kaepernick's decision not to stand. >> here's a live look at i-40. you see an accident has shut down at least one lane. stay with us. adelle: at first, i was so happy to teach in north carolina. but we've fallen to 41st in teacher pay, 44th in
per-student spending, and a lot of us even have to buy school supplies. governor mccrory talks about raising our pay,
supposed to and this country is representing people the way it's supposed to, i'll stand. >> kaepernick said he knows he will be os trisized but he will go after it alone if need be. the nfl said players are encouraged but not required to stand during the national anthem. here's one saying kaepernick won't stand for the anthem? his right or our right not to pay to see him. patriotism has to mean more than simply standing up for the flag but sitting down as an act of protest. operations are returning to normal at los angeles international airport after a false alarm of shots fired caused chaos. the frenzy fueled by word of mouth came two weeks after a similar incident at jfk airport. danielle nottingham reports
sent passengers running from terminal at los angeles international airport sunday night. the chaos spread to that are mack. >> everybody was trampling down the runway. >> reporter: investigators believe loud noises set off the -- hysteria. it came after police arrested this man in a zorro costume. they let him go his sword was plastic and he pose nod threat. five terminals reopened after about five hours. a similar incident opened the terminal at jfk two sundays ago. people clearing loudly set off false reports of shots fired. here at lax passengers are taking events like these in stride. >> it's dangerous now. no matter what you're doing. >> reporter: experts urge
>> whether it's weather, delays, report of a possible incident or incident itself, get ready for plan b and c. >> reporter: airports have been under heightened alerts. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. funeral services were held today for two nuns found murdered in their rural mississippi home last week. one of them serves one of the the live -- mass came after two healthcare workers were fatally stabbed. the man accused of the crime, rodney sanders, has confessed. the number of people killed from distracted driving is staggering. >> nationwide nearly half a million were hurt. two houston carpoolers have
duo found signs they found for 99-cents in the store. when asked if they're a distraction, too? >> we hope not. we hope they read the sign and do what they're supposed to do and drive on. >> the signs have continued. they said for the most part people have been pretty good at receiving their message to try to stop ra where a few tropical systems will steal the weather headlines. it's a cold front that will have the biggest impact on our weather. unfortunately, before the cold front gets here, like we did today, we have plenty more 90s to come and little bit of rain as we head into thursday before that cold front comes through thursday night, drops our temperature and humidity as we
around the corner. if we power through four more days. before we do that we have a few showers moving through, nothing severe. they're coming from a different direction. so from the coast pushing off to the west, so you guys in mt. olive south of goaledsboro get -- goldsboro getting rain. everyone else is dry. most of us hang right around 90 degrees on this monday night. school was a good one. get some homework now. get ready for tv watching. temperatures will be comfortable. we'll drop to 83 at 8:00. 10:00 it's 80 degrees. we'll shut off the rain. as we fall to the 70s overnight and out the door tomorrow morning 69 degrees. it's still going to be hot and humid but we'll spend a lot of time talking about the tropics. still going to talk about the
iowa. in the meantime there is tropical depression number 8. believe it or not, it's going to steer off to the northeast just like tropical depression 9 will. so we've got two tropical systems that will come close to our coastline both of which will hardly have impacts here. then there's0000 which if you remember last week, was the strongest system, the most of the week talking about tropical depression 9. that's going to pull off to the northeast. so all of these systems are going to kind of go in the same direction pulling off to the northeast just like this one s this is tropical depression number 8. right now a 35-mile- an-hour wind. we showed you the official track of the national hurricane center. i want to show you the computer models.
confident in this northeasterly turn. everyone asks what if it doesn't turn. here's why i can confidently say this will make the northeast turn. exactly when, we're not sure of but as you can see, look at the cluster. with computer models we always watch where the cluft ser going and the -- cluster and the trends. it has made the turn to the northeast. what about tropical depression computer model even though it will not be good for our friends in florida keeps that offshore, this one being helped by our cold front that will be here on thursday. what does that mean for us? there is tropical depression 8. clouds, rain mainly impacting the coastline tuesday through wednesday has it pulls off quickly to the northeast. we stay dry that whole time,
depression number 9. here comes our cold front waiting to push that away. yes. we will have some rain on thursday from the cold front but not from the tropical system. before the cold front gets here we have another day near 90 tomorrow wednesday and thursday. so not many changes for the first few days this week but the cold front not whom brings us rain on thursday but cooler temperatures as we head into the weekend. i've got to tell you, we had so weekends on labor day weekends where we've had hurricanes. but look at this, we have no rain. the tropical system will be long gone. we have highs in the low 80s and 60s. you better make plans to be outside because very few labor day weekends are this nice. >> i thought today was nice. >> can't wait. >> thank you, wes. well, sleep is an important factor to success in the
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will continue their theme of every minute counts. here's something that could help. durham public schools has a brand-new bell system to boater account for sleep habits of students of different ages. classes now begin at 9 a.m. instead of 7:30 e school -- school leaders hope students will get more sleep. well, if you'r a part time job, pnc arena may have the job for your. they're looking for 300 events workers including cooks, bartenders and servers a job fair will be held from 4 in the afternoon until 7:00. all right. well, how would you like to work only 30 hours a week? this sounds appealing. coming up, we'll tell you which
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day, drivers will see the highest gas prices in more than a month. aaa doesn't road trip. statewide average, $2.09. drones are allowed to fly in the sky. drones may not fly higher than 400 feet or at night. the drones must weigh less than 55 pounds and must remain in sight of the person operating it. operators will no longer need to get a pilot's license.
more than 300 people stein -- signed up to take the exam this morning. country fresh is recalling 30,000 cases of fresh cut vegetable products because of possible listeria contamination. they were shipped to stores including walmarts and publix in the southeast. no illnesses have been reported. and fitbit is targeting swimmers with one ofs it newest sleeker than the previous two. you can leave it on for laps in the pool or taking a shower. the pricing that will remain the same. well, amazon has launched a pilot program experimenting with a 30 hour workweek. they will work monday through thursday and get 75% of pay and the same benefits as full-time workers. amazon created this because one
comes to work schedules. well, coming up at 5:30 caught on camera. >> hi there. we want to ask why you ran that stop school buss. >> drivers passing stop school buses. the law everybody needs to know. >> and anthony weiner quit his political position once due to sexting. now the latest is leading to new troubles. with school back we're continuing our campaign to remind drivers to stop for school buses. >> we go live to raleigh. jonathan? >> reporter: the department tells us that still every single day more than 3,000 drivers will illegally pass the school us bus.
happens. we tracked down a driver who passed it to find out why. every day the school bus stops in front of our shop here. typically 1 to 10 cars pass the stop school bus. if aseen police officers pass dcialg -- i've seen police officers pass it others pass it. someone gets smart and everyone will keep going past the stop school bus which is extremely dangerous. >> reporter: so we set up our camera. technically these cars should have stopped. this driver should have never passed the bus. we followed the driver. once we -- we stopped her we
>> i didn't see it. >> reporter: if you're behind the bus you always have to. >> i just started back driving, really. i didn't know. rules and stuff change. >> reporter: any time you're behind a bus you always have to stop. >> if you're on the same side of the road you need to stop. >> see, being i'm in a big city, i'm not familiar with, you i'm from the deep country. >> reporter: if you're driving in the opposite direction you have to stop unless divided by a center turn lane. >> they need to stop and pay attention. anytime you're behind a bus you have to stop. so you just didn't know the law? >> no. i didn't know the law.
we've got details of the law and the cameras have been installed to try to catch drivers. we've got information on how to report a driver. in the meantime we ask that you help spread the message. if you're on social media use hashtag brake for bulls. you can tweet that out. guys, back to you. >> an important lesson for all of us. if you have an issue you want the team to investigate, us at investigate pat wncn.com. >> tash tag brake for -- hashtag brake for buss. several workers were sent to the hospital mast cleaning at a meat packing plant. it happened at the smithfield plant. they received minor injuries. several nearby homes were evacuated as a precaution. the chemicals were contained inside of the building. the plant is back to work.
charges after police said sheriff stancil exposed himself to children in the knights dale shopping center. >> reporter: knightsdale police said last saturday sherrill stancil came to the shopping center and exposessed himself. he was arrested the same day and stancil approached three children ages 10, 9 and less than 1 who were with an adult at the time. stancil met his bond of $10,000 land i'd his -- and made his first court appearance this morning. a former congressman who admitted to sending sexual messages via twitter a few
same thing. anthony wean ner sent the foe its -- photos. as a result, his wife huma abedin, hillary clinton's aide said she was separating. donald trump is taking immigration as a marquee to his plan. the fbi is investigating whether hackers took information from registered voters in at least o weijia jiang reports. >> reporter: donald trump is preparing his speech wednesday that he say also clarify his immigration plan. he's recently softened language about deporting the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the u.s. i think he's been very clear on this. we're not going to have ham necessity. what we'll do is get those who's breaking the law out of the country.
trump said a distinguished federal judge born in indiana could not be trusted to do his job because quote, he's a mexican. >> reporter: trump has said several times if he loses it's because the election is rigged. now the fbi is investigating foreign hackers who breached debates in arizona and -- databases in arizona and now the fbi is requesting each state check its voter database. micah i disci cof broke the -- michael izacof broke the story. >> there was exfiltration or theft from data up to 200,000 voters. >> reporter: it took some voter's information including addresses and partial social
weijia jiang reporting. >> meanwhile, mike pence will be back in raleigh. he will be in winston-salem tomorrow night f you're interested in going, we've posted the information on our website. just go to wncn.com. naacp north carolina president dr. william barber will lead a march this evening to encourage people to baptist church in raleigh. a group expruf state lawmakers, former judges and state supreme court justices presented what they believe is a fair and legal way to represent voters in north carolina the map is a product of a formal long project by duke university. presenters say it's not lap commentary on pending litigation with you pan experiment to see how an independent bipartisan
districting. >> we've got leaders from both party whose stood up and said enough of this. we will work together. spot voters of north carolina are the winners. >> the group also discussed hb2 -- house bill 92. the man kidnapped his son in 2013. is now 5, is in the care of social services. authorities hope a tip will lead them to this man who tried to break into an atm in eastover. the machine was damaged but nothing was taken. this happened on august 16th. authorities believe he was drive lag dark colored ford that your russ.
camera. chatham county investigators say this woman, driving a white mini van, is wanted for questioning a security guard said he saw the woman installing the device and called deputies who responded and removed it before customers were able to use the mfnlt the skimmers are placed over card readers so thieves can get ahold of your account information. not only do they place them on credit and debit card. >> it's even kind of difficult for inspectors to locate this because they're getting more intelligent the way they hide. this crooks are getting smarter. >> once most swipe machines are replaced with chip-based systems, skimming incidents are expected to drop. what you can do is make sure
books for wake county students on the traditional school calendar. justin quesinberry talked to students, parents and a crossing guard. >> sometimes they don't want to stop. you have to stop them quick. >> reporter: making sure kids are safe keeps crossing guard avery on his toes. >> you've got to be alert all the time. >> reporter: and if sign doesn't stop traffic -- >> i do it for the kids. >> my favorite part is no homework. >> so i can meet new friends. >> reporter: that's avery's favorite part. >> i wave at them all the time. and, you know, that makes my day. >> we were very excited about
yay! >> reporter: the parents seem to have a pep in their step. >> because i get a break. >> i didn't want to leave her, but, you know, i have to break away from that now. she's a big girl. that's my only girl. >> i spent whole weekend with her. but every time he leaves me i get sad. >> reporter: with the traditional calendar back in sessio are on the job teaching about 159,000 students. with all the population growth the county has seen in recent years, the district has added six new schools. avery is back for his second year standing guard twice a dayals the students prepare for the year ahead or at least the and of it. >> i'm looking forward to graduating. >> reporter: in raleigh, justin quesinberry, cbs north carolina.
rney general, we discovered a backlog of more than 5,000 dna test kits and years worth of shoddy investigations. 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,
the top officer for the chicago police force is asking when will enough be u.n. his harsh words come after the shooting of nykea aldridge. the 32-year-old woman was pushing a baby carriage when she was shot. police superintendent eddie johnson said something must be to do this we need to hold them accountable. >> aldridge was the first cousin to dwyane wade. two airline pilots are scheduled to appear in a scottish courtroom. they're accused of being drunk
fly 141 passengers from scotland to new jersey. >> reporter: the two pilots were arrested shortly before there transatlantic flight were about to take off from glasgow. a cbs news transportation safety analyst and former chairman of the ntsb. and this again is very rare, where maybe one of the pilots might have been potentially over the limit but to have both, this is extraordinary. >> reporter: it's still unclear who or what tipped authorities off to it but the flight was scheduled to take off at 9:00 in the morning with 141 passengers on board. the flight was delayed for 10 hours while united looked for replacement pilots.
morning flight but the faa rule, eight hours from bottle to throttle protects everyone from the dangers of alcohol and altitude. >> the effects of alcohol are exaggerated when you're at altitude, so your judgment is taking serious consequences. >> reporter: saturday's arrest comes after arrested, charged with trying to fly under the influence. one day down and a few more to go before we get ourselves into a holiday weekend. today we have a few showers moving through central carolina. they're coming from the coast.
severe. some very hi downpours, and more headed your way, a few around the mt. olive area. these will stick around for the next several hours. today's temperature made it to 90, upper 80s to around 90. we will have to put up with this for a few more days. here's what we've got. small rain chances for the next few hours and thunderstorms,. 83 at 8. 70s at night. we'll start off tuesday morning with temperatures in the upper 60s. so the headline stealer also be tropical depression 8, tropical depression 9 and hurricane gaston but for us hardly any impacts from any of those systems. it's this cold front over iowa that will be here thursday
of rain but drastically dropping our temperatures. so let's talk about the tropics. gals ton a category 2 hurricane but moving off to the northeast staying in the open waters of the atlantic. there's tropical depression 9 getting ready to move into the gulf of mexico. for us the closest one is tropical depression number 8 with 35-mile-an-hour winds moving very slowly at 6 miles it's about 150-miles miles from cape hatteras. it's been a very busy day for the airforce men and women flying the aircraft. one going out of mcdill and flying into td number 9 and the other out of biloxi flying just off our coastline. had you're finding disorganized
strong but this one, tropical depression number 8 could become a tropical storm by late tonight or early tomorrow. again, at its closest time which would be plates tuesday night into early wednesday, it will be about 50-miles from cape hatteras, so this could be anywhere in this cone. will also make that northeasterly turn and at its closest sometime late this week, probably about 200 miles from our coastline. since we'll be on the left hand side of the storm, we'll be on the clean are side, mean nothing strong winds no rain, but it's this are a of high prerks the ber -- pressure that will grab tropical depression number 8 and help pull it to the northeast.
tropical depression 9 a way from us, meaning we do not have a huge threat from tropical systems but we have a threat of hot weather tuesday, wednesday and thursday. look for highs around 90. there's our cold front with some rain. cold front rain not tropical rain. 80s friday, saturday, sunday for labor day. so our 3-degree high 90 degrees. that's where american cancer society founded in 1913 as the largest voluntary health organization. a monthly total -- we get to tell a great story about a cancer survivor and a doctor. i'll have that for you on wednesday. >> thank you, wes. we have one of the strongest tickets north carolina has ever seen.
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michael hyland is there. we'll bring you the live report coming up at 6. acosta is speaking in downtown durham. well, as kids head back to school, there's a lot more to backpacks than parents may think. >> reporter: 9-year-old jackson montgomery is getting ready to start 5th grade wit pafnlgt his feergt was -- back. his father was concerned about pick the right one. >> we're not even talking about heavy books, they're carry lag decent amount of weight. >> reporter: this is designed to carry more weight and evenly distribute it. about 5400 kids are treated
that kids avoid message bags, distribute the load and make sure the bag is not too heavy. >> take the child's weight and do 10% as a good approximation. >> reporter: the american academy of pediatrics also suggests adjusting the backpack so the bottom sits at the waist and packing it properly. >> pack it in the lower part of weight. >> reporter: jackson said he loves his backpack. >> it helps me with big books. >> reporter: he's using one that help and his dad feels good b reporting for cbs news new york. >> kids who have to carry a lot of books might have to consider one that rolls. remember, they will still have to carry them up and down the
about the crime lab. when i became attorney general, we discovered a backlog of more than 5,000 dna test kits and years worth of shoddy investigations. 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,
why mike nyfong is testifying. one of our big stories, the tropical storm warning,. >> chief meteorologist wes hohenstein is straiking this -- tracking this system and two others two will come close to our coast but for us, the impact will parts of the coast could see tropical storm force winds. here's the big picture, gaston, the category 2 hurricane, not a player for anyone on land.