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y25euy yi0y . rth carolina news at 6:00 srts now. >>now on cbs north carolina an urgent search under way this morning for a suspected killer. we're live in durham with the overnight details. plus state officials asking for yo help figuring out more about a deadly ash on i-95, one of veral that shut highway down this week. and people voicing concern to state leaders after a potentialoal ash spill. hear from both sides of the issue coming up. good morning thanks for watching north colina news at 6 i'm justin quesinberry. >>and it's your monday. >>love that and love your optimism too. >>it's your friday, you exude this optimism. >>cheer? >>yeah and cheer. >>we're going to get to your
who hathe forecast. >>good morning to you guys and good morning to you at home as well. the weekend looking much cooler but today the mild temperatures are still around. let's take a looat the temperatures. climbed a few deges in raleigh back to 65 right now. off to the east is where we're seeing the most 50s on the map, 58 in cky mount, 59 in clayton and goldsboro. 56 right now in roanoke rapi. fayetteville a little cooler at 63. now check out this fog. it's slowly lookg at visibility at a half a mile in rocky mount an ess in roanoke rapidsan johnston county reporting zero infayette raleigh about 6 miles visibility. t that is drop from when wehecked in last with this. what this means weould s startingthe triangle.
2:00 and 4:00 this afternoon. gh of 47. 74. the weekend is looki cooler. e detas in abt 10 minutes. we beginwith a ory from dur >>polire lookingfor any possible leads that will he them fd oeveshot a man last night. officiit pped long ander av it had the road osfor hours stnigh >>laen th the sri's office with new details we learned ovni >> reporter: iestitors say rit that homicide that pped on ander avenue yesterday eving. we want to show you what the scene looked like. deputies y 33-year-old acre ray was walking home from -- eric ray was walking home from work when he was shot. the shooting appearedrd -- happened around
scene several hours. at this time they do not have a motive but are following up on leads. there were surveillance meras nearby. investigators need your help in identifying a rson of interest in a burgundy dan. it's a 2011 either nissan altima or sentra. deputies believe the car could be linked to the homicide. it was seen in that block before and after the crime. so if you have any information, may have seen that man or that car, ou're asked to call the sheriff's office. stoppers number a remain anonymous. e live in durham lauren hiland cbs north carolina. well the state highway patrol is asking anyone who have seen or taken pictures of a crash on i-95 in smith field to share evidence. the last action of 95 opened up last night after being closed for more than a day, the southbounlanes. crews had fix a hole created by a fire that was sparked by a crash involving an rv and a
identified. hazardous rials in the tractor trailer prompted an evacuation in the area. >>it was hard to breathe. you justad to -- as oon as we left here we went and got in our cars, but our throats were a little scratchy and sore, but it was a terrible smell. twpeople were killed in another crash in that area. troopers are charging a truckdriver, 44-year-old ex lopez of miami w caused the accident. duke energy has to submit a plan for how they plan to deal with coal ash spilled during hurricane matthew. the spill was caused by flooding in the neuse river tht happened in wayne county. cbs north carolina david hurst joins us now in the studio with now it's concerning some of the homeowners there. >>duke says a small amount coal ash was released from its
ash released would fit into the d of a pickup truck. what people are seeing in the rivers is nontoxic. however, it's stconcerning environmental grou and home ownersalong the river since they say the water has been conminated in the past. some people are skeptical of the information duke and the state are providing. >>we have to rely on a what they're teinus is true, but then when you start hearing rei true. >>the ash funcon norlly throughout the storm. there's no risk to the integrity of the dams that are olding the ash in place. >>the department of environmental equal says the state is still trying to determine if enforcement actions are need. duke energy is planning to move the coal ash to a new site inlee county by 2028. back to you. >>thanks a lot. >>good morning at 6:05 this friday a foggy start to your
have some areas where there's zero visility, nashville, rocky mount, spring hope, all this corridor of 95 very low visibility. extra time certainly needed. if we take you into raleigh roads good look -- look good, no accidents and all open throughout our ar, big change from earlier this week. we have local roads closed because of flooding from matthew and roads that need repair taking you to some near thomson road heads up your communicate could be tricky over a week avenue. if you're heading near the state fair expect delays. if you don't feel like searching for a parking spot go raleigh is a good option. pick it up near the malls. go durham and go
state fair. i-40 moving pretty well at 6:06 on this friday justin, stefan. >>coming up the details on an overnight re in los angeles that tore through a mansion. plus as the state recovers from hurricane matthew we're looking at how local farmers are dealing with the record breaking flood waters. temperatures before
you head out early on is finally friday morning in the low 60arou the sand hills, 63in yettevle, 64 in southern will really slow you down.
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be prty busy beltline this morng as we start off riday morning. not so bad as r as the visibility is concerned here but off to the east the fog is contuing to thicken. keep in find that may take you a little longer on the drive. 65. 'll drop to 63 by 7:00 a.m. we'll start to climb, mid 60s by 8:00 this mog, back to 67 by 9:00 a.m. the sun doesn't rise until 7:28 this morning that commute. 59 right now in clayton and in goldsboro. we in fayetteville. ton, low 60s ray ford you've been extremely mi while sanford is at 59. here's the fog i keep s portion. johnston county visibility at zero miles. that meanyou could barely see towards the end of your car, so
3/10s of a smile in fayetteville. we will see some rainter today but that's going to pave the way for a cool weekend. let's talk about t sunshine from start to finish on saturday. 48 saturday morning, 55 at noon, 61 the high and then as we head towards sunday temperatures will begin to climb. i'll have a better look at the rain chances we're expecting this afternoon coming up in a bit. >>thanks a lot. >>eaking overnight hundreds of firefights spend hours tryi to mansion fire in los angeles, ca k officials say they managed to pull a 74-year-old woman to safety. she is being d r smoke inhalation, but she in fair condition. authorities say at least o other people are still unaccounted for. they're afraid they may have been trapped insihe burning house. time is 6 thank you. the flood waters are gone but the cleanup isjust beginning.
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a u.s. military member was killed in iraq yesterday. he was helping aqi forces in the fight to push isis out of mosul. the terror group has had years. they're getting help in the storm of air strikes from the anti-isis coalition. hundreds of forces are working with iraqi units and playing support roles. victims of serious civil war are getting aid thanks to a three-day cease fire. it will
civilians get out of aleppo. bogs in thecity are innsifyi killing hundreds of pele. the united nations say ile the cease fies are heful ey ould be combined with humanitarian access for those who do not want to leave. we'rlearning new information this morning about the nsa coractor arrested in august for stealing government secrets. rold martin took half a billion pages of sensitive information over th span o20 years. federal in took. they say martin will likely be charged. prosecutors say this is the largest say so of mishandled classified documents in u.s. history. > all 42 schls robinson coty are closed is morning. thby the flooding caused by hurricane matthew. nate rogers toured one school in lumberton that's
>> reporter: the principal says the flooding was so bad in the area they couldn't access the school more than a week. as result almost everything here is ruined. right now work crews are pulling out almost everything that's damaged, cabinets, lockers, even the floor. anything and everything that's made of wood in this building has to come up and come out. >>it's like living in a nightmare. >> reporter: whe bar owe er barrel filled school equipment. teachers s soakinwet. a lot aftermath of flood waters which reached 3 feet into the school. >>there was no way to expect th something like this would happen to our school. reporter: more than a week the rin and cleanup crews have been working 12-hour shifts to gut the building. the gym i w onverted into a salvage areaerything from books, technology, and other equipment
ipads. >>is is just devastating for us. this is justify devastating. >> reporter: nearly 24,000 students waiting to return to class here. barbara haze wonders how kids like her niece wi rever from missed days. >>the sooner kids get back in school i think it'll get better. >> reporter: meanwhile when school resumes classes will not be held here. now a huge concern. >>the kids want to me back here and my teachers want to come back here. i want to come back here,and we just want to come back here together. >> reporter: it's unknown when school will resume here. the princie at west lumberton elementary says more than kely students will be taken from this hool a join another school as they continue to remodel this building. in lumberton nate
in ost parts of the state but for farmers there's a lot of uncertainty. cbs north carolina visited mitcll farms outside of goldsboro thursday. they use more than 2,000 acres of land to farm corn, tobacco, and soybeans. their corn survived but the tobacco was lost and the soybeans are unceain. several homes on the farm ere flooded, one a complete loss. >>it flooded out. don't want me to live in it. >>the ssles do have some insurance on the tobacco is a federal crop. tht flood insurance for their homes. >>you can help tse impacted by the flding. cbs north carolina's teeming up with the american r cross for a blood drive and food water drop off. it starts at 11:00 this morning at the whole foods off of wayde avenue. we've got a lot more details for you.
abt nonperishable food itemed. bottled water all the stuff folks need. >>they need it so badly right now. >>i am going to be up there. hopefully a lot ou will be out there with me. >>it'll be dry still this morning, so if you are heading out this afternoon you mawant to take the umbrella but that's no reason to not donate so make sure you visit the drive today. let's go ahead and get to our forecast. 65 degrees ts is a live picture from the airport. we are seeing rather cloudy skies not a ineigh just yet. let me tell you it is creeping closer as we speak. let'get tothe mperatures 59 in clton,85 rocky mount. sanford is city. back to 60 degrees. the dense ent fog withoa -- densest fog you can e it by the bright shades of e. visibility at
johnstonounty for about an hour you've been reporting zero visibility. as far as the hour-by-hour forecast is concerned we'll be in the mid 60s right around 8:00 a.m. this morning and y. moat of us still dry at 10:00 a.m. 68 noon today. 70 and an isolated shower possible. we'll reac r high a bit earlier than we normally do around 2:00 this afternoon because then a cold fr the best opportunity for rain between 00 and 4:00 this afternoon when the cold front omes will return, however, it is going to be much cooler. if you're ready for a taste of fall then you're ready for this weekend. here's the forecast we'll time o the showers. i know it's a big weekend of the fair. we have also those high school football games going on
through this afterno. her we are at 4:00, scattered showers across the area. not everyone is going to see the wet w sand hills could actually stay dry. most of this rain is moving through by 8:00. mainly an isolated shower. saturday on the dry side. city by city, 74 in raleigh, 73 in durham and 78 in fayettevill the past seval nights we've been in the s nd 60s so this igoing be a bit of a shk you wake up tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon a bit breezy. i'm talking wind s in the 20-mile an hour range so keep this in mind. sunshine around on sunday but sunday morning 42 degrees. as we head into next weekseasonal temperatures return for monday. they don't hang around long we're back into the mid 60s tuesday. a few clouds by
impact on your forecast. about 6:22 right now on friday. here's ali. >> reporter: alyssa you mentioned the fog. if you're traveling on 95 through rocky mount through smith field especially through
johnston county it's going to be hard to see on your way in this morning. so you need to take it slow, extra time because of the fog if you're traveling in the area. raleigh looks pretty good, 540, they're all open today if you're traveling through durham, no incidents there. throh fayetteville we have some local roads closed. hope ville road southbound lane closed because of flooding from hurricane matthew. from 540 u.s. 64 to rtp24 minutes there. on the toll road 540, u.s. 1 to
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jersey company that it says is behind many ofthe fake products. and, sry, oopy you're fired. met life is parting ways with snoopy they are trying to focus on business clients. appeal in corporate america. charlie brown's beag has been the face of met life for 31 years and that's about 170 dog years. >>long time. going to be a big change for their customers, i'm sure. d, jill, wanted to ask you about this yone continue owe showed off a new gg system -- nintindo showed off a new gaming system.
console or placed in dock. it would reple the ia you. it's -- it does a lot. >>we're all trying to do a lot, always on the go. >>oh boy my nieces and nephews can't it for that to come out. coming up a durham man shot and killed on thy home from work. and we're also learnin o police are now looking for. we've got the details in a live report. before you head out the door this morning we have your forecast, what to expect after
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in dham. david hurst is following isdeve county where residents voicinns auta potential oaasspill. suspicious et's to meteorologyssa rfon withha canecto see today. >>big changes we're talking about drop itemperature about 10 degrees or so. we're al talking aut the the potential r a few showers. we'll start f with the temperatures that haven't changed much in the morning least raigh, durham you're checking in at 64. 59 in henderson, 61 in south in durham lauren haviland, southward -- in hurry dam. look at the 95 corridor we'll dense fog, anywhere from clinton and smith field northward towards roanoke rapids, visibility about 3/10s of a smile.
track zero visibility there. really need to leave extra early as you start off urriday morning commute. here's a look at your day ahead. some fog still around the 8:00 a.m., 65 there. 70 an isolated shower can't be ruled out at noon. better rain chances shortly after. a high of only 74. rain should be tapering off by 6:00 this evening, we should be around 63 then. the ra is going to cool us down for the weekend. i'll take a look at that cooler temperatures come up we begin this morning with a developing story out of durham. >>police are looking for any possible leads that will help them find whoever shot a man last night. officials say it happened along ander avenue. >>cbs north carolina lauren haviland joins us live from durham county with a the new tas fromovernight. laur. >> reporter: right now deputies
that they believe could be linked to the homicide that happened yesterday evening on ander avenue. we want to how you what the scene looked like last night when we arrived. deputies say 33-year-old eric ray was walking home from work when he was shot. the fatal shooting happened around 8:00 in the 3700 block of ander avenue. investigators were on scene for several hours. at this time they do not have amotive but are following up leads. there were surveillance cameras nearby. your help in identifying a person of interest and a burgundy sedan. it's a 2011 either nissan altima or sentra. deputies believe the car could be linked to the homicide. it was seen in that block crime. so if you have seen that person of interest or if you've seen that burgundy car yore asked to call the durham sheriff's office or you can always remain anonymous by calling crime
thanks a lot. homeowners along the neuse in wayne county are concerned about al ash spilled during hurricane matthew. cbs north carolina's david hurst joins us in studio with how the state's responding. david. >>stefan, state regulators say duke energy has to submit a plan for dealing with the coal ash spill during the flooding. it's concerning some homeowners along the river especially since they say th unanimous at a timed in the past due to coal ash. duke says a small amount of ash was released, anamount that would fit into the bed of a pickup truck. what people are seeing in the river is nontoxic, however, some people are skeptical of the information duke and the state are providing. >>it's going to make it worse now with more coal ashbeing released not known our area but
but down river as well. >>we've not had any significant release there. there was a small amount that was displaced. environmental quality says the ate is still trying to determine if enforcement acons are needed. duke energy is plning tmove the coal ash plant to a new site in lee county by 2028. justin. >>than a lot, david. it is the home stretch for our presidential nominees that they're going to have a heavy presence in bat includes north carolina. donald trump will be in fletcher today. he's holding a rally at wnn ag center at noon. during a rally in ohio thursday he cleared up a comment he made during the debate about ncedi if he lost the election. >>i will totally accept the results of this great and
if i win. >>the republican nominee had been getting criticism from both sides of the aisle for not saying he would concede if he lost the election. he said he'd rather keep americans in suspense. but many, like president president obama says he thinks trump is treading on dangerous ground. hillary clinton will also visit north carolina over the next few days. she's going to be in charlotte and raleigh on sunday. she's holding events with mothers of the trayvon martin and sandra blant. when we learn more details about tis and places we'll let you know on air also line at wncn.com. let's head to the roads. >> reporter: good 6:35 i-85 moving pretty well but starting to get busy. we have trouble spots this morning. if you're traveling from rocky mount, ken lee, smith field this
you need to take it slow, extra time as you head into work this morning. luckily raleigh area, 540, 440, 40, haven't seen any crashes out there, things moving well. no delays on the durham freeway and through fayetteville some roads still closed because of matthew but major highways moving well. 95 finally reopened today. we have the state fair so expect delays, blue ridge road as you travel through for a parking spot you can take the bus from kerry town center or the hillsborough street suit also go durham and triangle two options for you there. southbound drive times on u.s. 1 to downtown 17 minutes. on 70 to downtown about 12, back outside to i-440 at lake boon trail take a look at that
anymore. >>thanks ali. 6:36 right now. for moat of us the morning commute prty uneventful. counseling find out why that was not the case on this georgia highway. >>he should watch what he's doing. >>a bizae break-in leaves canadian authorities stumped. find out what this cold thief took. >>temperatures pretty mild. 46 in chapel hill but it's fog that ali was talking about down. we'll havean [music] >> dr. stanley: we can rstand and realize, it's what paul said when he said, "absent from the body, present with the lord." we don't he to fear death. it's through the gospel th our
looking out live looking towards do you want. not a lot going on, the fog not too dense which is good news for those commuting around orange county. around 95 we are seeing quite the opposite scene so you'll need to take your time there. your drive time forecast howing the sunrise not until 7:28 so remember your low beams if you drive into somof these low visibility aas. we're at 65 right now in raleigh. we'll drop to 63 we'll warm again. closer to 67 by 9:00 a.m. but as soon as the sunrises you'll notice a change from where we were yesterday and that's more clouds in the area. 59 in henderson and in clayton morning. 62 now in lillington. and along the 95 corridor we're seeing more 50s
but pretty dense fog. the numbers haven't moved a lot in the past hour. still a half mile visibility roanoke rapids. less than a mile in rocky mount.
zero visibility in portions of johnston county. visibility close to a quarter of a mile there. the fog should be
out of here but we could be dealing with a lingering shower this evening. temperature around 61. we should be falling into the mid 50s. it is going to be cooling quickly. i'll have a closer look at what the rain means for the weekend ahead coming up. canada this morning capturing a burglary officials are puzzled about this morning. a thief broke in through a roof of a shorting goods storethis weekend. the person grabbing bundles of hockey sticks. each stick was worth about $300 each. the managesays the thieves got away with about $150,000 worth of sticks after piling them near a backdoor an accomplice helped load the loot into a van.
surprising landing in georgia thursday morning. officials say he was trying to land at an airport but could not ke it. so he put the plane down in the median of this highway instead. police say no one was hurt in that incident. 6:42 right now. and face it face yet again but instead of podiums they were separated by dinner plates. comi up a look at how donald trump and hillary clinton handled the tradition in this race for the white house. plus ... >>friends forever that'sthe big question how a police officer texas managed to gain a new
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presidential nominees traditionally trade light heartejokes but as andy rose reports the light heartedness was hard to find this year. >> reporter: thannual al smith -- al smith mber -- memorialial. -- memorial. >>hill degree acnt hillary accidentally bumped into me and she very civilly said pardon me. >> reporter: that was one of the republican nominee's more gentle remarks at the charity nner. >>here she is tonight in public pretending not to hate catholics. >> reporr: cnton after trump. she took some shots f her own. >>donald looks at the statue of
] >>maybe a 5 if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her hair. >> reporter: this comes a day after the 3rd and final presidential debate where trump raised eyebrows by refusing to submit to respect the outcome of the balloting. the billionaire followed up the remark thursday by saying, sure, he'll recognize the final results if they end up with him on top. back at the dinner both candides were to do during the debates, actually shake hands. i'm ndy rose reporting. >>this was the last time you'll likely see the candidates on the same stage before the election. both hopefuls will be back on the trail today. clinton will be in ohio. donald trump will be in north colina and pennsylvania. sometimes people can become attached to eople who help them out during dangerous situations. well, that can also be true,
a home under construction tuesday to find a deer that ha been tied up. he freed the animal and urged it to leave but it stuck around following the officer to the front of the house. he did eventually manage to shoo it back into the woods but later while he was talkin to a news reporter thursday the deer came back. >>sir, is that him right there? >>as a matter of fact, it is. >>is that ght? >>well that's perfect timing, isn't it? he came back tsee me. >>friend the officer says he's worried about what might happen to the ani >>i think deep down inside of that officer's heart he wants the fellow to stick around too. >>ali wants one of these deer to follow er around. >>i'm thinking about getting a deer as a pet now. yesterday it was a cat. >>you need a pet. >>she is allergic. >>that's true.
>>all right. take all the fun away from me. >>let's get to the forecast. it's looking pretty foggy out there as we start off this friday morning. right w this is a li picture from our tower camera. not seeing a lot of fog in raleigh. we travel to the east to sethsest fog. we can e start to see the peak of sun this morning. official sunrise not until 7:28, so we have a ways to go before we see the sunris into the weekend as we head into today and early next week. the cold front coming through today will bring the potential for afternoon showers, but it's over the weekend that sunny cooler temperatures arrive. also going to be a bit breezy. take a look at thestemperatures as we head towards tomorrow. high of only 60 in raleigh, 60 in lillington, a significant drop from yesterday. stday we dabefore we set records. he so
week some atures by aboumonday. here's where the temperates sit right now 59 in anderson and clayton. 58 in rocky mount and goldsboro. milder temperatures towards the western portions of our viewing area. we have pinehurst at 64 and ray ford at 66. nothe visibility is something we've entressing all morning long. ali has been watching on our traffic maps. we've be the visibility, 3/10s of a the roanoke rapids ara. look at smith ield all morning g at least the past hour and a half or so reporzero visibility. take your time as you're i planning yr bank n fog still being around thugh a.m . t on, ceor a a wer, chances iginit selfa 10-degree dro more
today bringing us a small chance for rain then moves quickly off to the east. high pressure in behind it for the weekend. that means sunshines, however, it's also going to mean muccooler conditions. dry, though, from start to finish for the weekd. this is the first chance we've had to deal with rain since hurricane matthew anit will be a small one at that. no tod we're stl on the dry side. here are those showers moving through early this afternoon. 4:30 it looks like they're already starting to move towards viewing area. most of us y sishower ovnit and dry saturday morng. 74 in raleigor foa durham ttevi nigh46 degrs. the past several nights we've been in the to bsignantly coole certaiing toghrrl
points of ur commute. low beams on as you head in. through raleigh we've had a ni commute through this area. no accidents to report to you there. typical morning rush delays through durham into raleigh but no major accidents. if you're traveling through fayettille roads look go. oodi roads closed beau expect delays 23 you're heading to the state
if you're heading east about 17 capital boulevard. 9 minutes east towards raleigh d on from u.s. 1 to 64 11 minute barbie road ing pretty crowded. thanks a lot. 6:52 right now. we'll be back with some news you need >>first gale. >> reporter: good morning to you stefan and justin there wasome boos at the dinneas e candidates traded jokes and jabs. we'll talk with joman about donald trump's strategy as he says he y not eptember election results. plus a look sidee. the pope's old r and nd woman rself, lyndacarter be here. the news to expect in the
nortrolina used to make education a priority. we all understood the importance of having goodch. but pat mccrory seems more interested in giving tax cuts to millionaires. we rank 44th in spendi per student. drop-out rates have gone up fo the first time in 8 years. we're 41st in how much we pay our teachers. there is a textbook sh. and pat mccry has cut 3,000 teaching assistants from the early grades. heay have given tax cuts to millionaires,
a quick look at some news to know bore you go. eye out for a vehicle that they believe is connected to a n's murder. deputies say 33-year-old eric ray was alander enue. investigators e loing f a burgundy sedan either a nissan sera tima that w seen at the area at the time. have any informatios office. the state highway tl is king anyone who mahave seen oraken picreof a crh on 95 sixth fito share evence 95 opened last night after being closed for more than aday. crews had to fix a hole created by a that was sparked by the crash involving an rv and tractotrair. the driver of the rv was killed and has not been identified so far. hazardous materials in the tractor trailer prompted an evacuation in the area.
under way right here in north carolina. eay lstahow more than 140,000 ople voted in our state more than 12,000 of those wee right here in wayne county. there are 9 apollocations epiin wake coty a several more open next week. we have all the information you need to know right now on our websit 's cn.com. >>this next story might hav you a little more observt as you head out the door. alli could land you $1,000. instead ofabraham lincoln'said coi they're logo. people are finding them in major cities across the country including this man here in charlotte. this is one several enes that have been fond in rth carolina. i always look for the pennies on the ground. i pick them up for good luck. th luck land mea thousand bus. >>it's bad luck you pick it up and s tail.
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