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focused on people and community for 60 years, we promise a relentless pursuit of excellence. this is wral news on fox 50. >. right now on wral news a heart breaking loss for friends and family trying to come to grips with the death of a wayne county cyclists. -- wake county cyclists. tonight th attention when drivers are passing cyclists. >> and the push to change a major triangle road. what to know about the project. >. tonight friends of a cyclist recently killed talked about his family and the need for awareness on the road. >> this is hard not only for
also the cycling community all together. i'm told he was devoted to everything he did and everyone he loved, and those that loved him are devoted about getting the word out about bike safety. >> reporter: nancy says first and foremost jason loved his family. >> he was the most doting dad there ever was. he would have moved the mountain to do anything for his wife and kids. >> generous and left an impression on everyone he met. >> sincerely devoted. to his faith, to his family, to his friends. just a stellar guy. >> reporter: he also had a love for cycling. he was riding his bike friday just after 6:30 a.m. as he attempted to make a left touch, the driver of a -- turn, the driver of a chevrolet pickup truck struck him from
to think seriously about how they view people on bikes. >> i ask drivers to pretend it's your mother, father, sister, someone you love on the bike. >> reporter: just days before jason was hit, two other cyclists were hit. the biker says he knows the difference between a nervous driver and a careless driver. >> the biggest piece of advic safe to pass, and pass officially and quick i -- efficiently and quickly. >> wherefore they think they need to be is not more important than the person. >> and the common rule of thumb is give the cyclist three feet of space as you're passing. the driver of the truck is a 42-
>> thank you. a man accused of going the wrong way on the belt line sunday night killing another driver has a history of drunk driving arrests in wake county. the most recent is still pending. a search of court records also shows the 40-year-old carlos gonzalez has pled guilty to driving without a license. he was traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes of belt line when he crashed head on into a car. he's charged with death by a motor vehicle and dwi. he's due in court tomorrow. new tonight, police investigating an armed robbery at a dunkin donuts. no routous 6 injuries. >. dozens of police trainees are dead after a terrorist attack in afghanistan. they denated explosive -- debt at a timed explosive -- detonated explosive vests.
says one attacker was killed by forces, and the two others died in the explosions. no one claimed responsibility for the attack, but they believe the attackers handlers were in after fan stan. a five -- afghanistan. a five mile stretch between raleigh and durham could be turned into a highway. us 70 would be accessible by interchanges along the stretch. adam the plan and the impact on businesses in the area. >> reporter: gerald, folks along this five-mile portion of highway 70 will start to notice visitors in the coming days. surveyors taking measurements and leaving markers behind. the first signs of change to come. all of this traffic, it's what drew the man to this spot.
to improve the business and have more expose sure. >> reporter: his computer repair business used to be in another location. when he reopened along this portion of us 70, his customers changed. >> people actually come in. i get a lot of drive byes. >> reporter: and now it looks like things may change again. dot officials say there's too much congestion on this corridor, and there are plans to turn this highway into a freeway. a five-mile stretch from wake coun >> that would provide better flow from the task from 540 to 84. they have a lot of congestion out there. anyone that travels the corridor daily knows that. >> reporter: they say the change to a freeway would mean fewer connections to get to a business, customers might have to use a service road. >> and there could be some impacts that actually get them to taking real estate, but at this point we're not sure. >> reporter: it's tough to
be effected. the project is in the early stages, but hopes the road changes don't make it hard for customers to find him. are you afraid to get hidden all over again? >> yes, that would be the case. >> reporter: and gerald, it could be awhile before there are any changes to the highway. it won't happen right away, in fact if all goes to plan construction won't begin until 2024. new details recovery efforts following hurricane matthew. within the past few hours they announced more than half the roads closed to the storm have reopened, but close to 300 roads remain closed. some areas still dealing with the impact, 17 roads remain closed in cumberland county, and 20 in harnett county, and 79 roads closed in robinson county, and 10 in columbus county. coming up in the next half
today the governor's office added lee, moore, and wake counties were added to the list of counties that can apply for aid after the hurricane. in rocky mount the governor stopped be i a staging area for fema today, and he also stopped in princeville. reminding people to check ballots before using electronic ballot machines. system said the ballot selected a candidate other than their choice. in all cases voters were able to fix the problem by reviewing the choices before submitting the ballots. just 15 days now until election day, and both candidates for president and
in on battleground states like north carolina. tonight mike pence stopped for barbecue and to greet supporters. he told supporters he and donald trump will kick it to the finish with an all out effort to election day. former president bill clinton is gearing up for a two-day bus tour across eastern north carolina. he'll hold events in round rocky mount, goldsboro and greenville, and thursday hillary clinton herself and michelle obama will appear in winston-salem. >> use the my ballot feature on our website to find the races on your ballot and e-mail them to your phone so you have them when you vote. and all this week we're on the road across north carolina talking to voters about the
in tomorrow's main street series we'll spend time with voters in the town of pine tops. see the report in the 5:30 news tomorrow. 24 hours later and still questions about a disturbance at a north carolina correctional facility. tonight who's joined the investigation, and the director of prisons weighs in on the response efforts. >> >. they were asked to renalis in exchange for big asked to pay it back. and 5 on your side shares exclusive reliability data to help you get a dependable car. warm afternoon, and we're still warm. look at the 24 hour temperature change. much warmer. 8 degrees warmer than this time last night at rdu, but look at the top of the screen. you see the blue, the cooler air. we have a cold front coming by. what it brings temperature-wise in the next few days.
goal which was the minimize injuries, protect the general public, and fortunately there was no serious injury to staff or inmate. >> one inmate and a staff member were treated for injuries. 500 of the nearly 800 inmates were moved to other prisons in north carolina. an investigation is conducted to determine if prison staff followed proper procedure. and obamacare premiums will increase sharply next year. mid level plans will incree an average of 25 percent before the subsidies are factored in. the increase this year was 7 percent. also about one in five people will only be able to choose from a single insurer. united health and etna and others scared back their roles. when you spend thousands of dollars on a new car, you expect it to be problem-free.
reliability ratings finding some cars are more likely to end up in the shop than others. >> reporter: that new car should be on the road, not in the shop. >> i felt conned almost because you buy a car thinking it's going to be brand new, and you're not going to have problems as long as you do the regular maintenance, oil, tires. >> reporter: felix is understandably upset. he had to replace the transmission on his ford fiesta much earlier than expected. the car is one of two fords on consumer reports exclusive list of the ford focus is also on that list. they're among 300 vehicles rated based on what subscribers had to say about car experiences. the information helps consumer reports determine which cars will likely be more reliable, and which may give you more problems. this year's winners? the lexus ct200h and the toyota
escalades. the compact honda civic took a tumble with this year's redesign. >> it's the biggest redesign in many years, and often when they change a lot of things sometimes you get a lot of problems too. >> reporter: the most reliable new compact car? the chevrolet cruz and the toyota and the keep cherokee is at the bottom of suvs, on top the rav4. >> and among the pickup trucks the ford f150 score dropped to the point where consumer reports no longer recommends it. the most reliable is the toyota tundra. and today financial aid and admissions experts from 21 colleges and universities took
they helped answer questions about fafsa, and this saturday you can get in person help with your federal application. we have a linker to different locations on www.wral.com, and we have a link to the college foundation of north carolina, a free service that helps students plan, apply, and pay for college. >. well the fair is over. >> yeah. >> summer officially over. >> yeah, and we had a warm afternoon. 70s to low >> really nice. >> and i think we could see another round of that this weekend, yeah, but in between we have a cool spell to talk about. here's what's ahead. we actually have a cold front coming in right now. moving through the state no. clouds or rain, like we need any rain, but we will have some in the forecast down the line. or on that coming up, but jackets required in the morning although it's not feeling that cold right now. we'll call it a brief cooler spell with highs in the 60s tomorrow and wednesday, and
starting thursday and lasting into the weekend, and we could see 80s in the weekend. on the seven-day we're going a little conservative on the warmth i think, so it could be warmer. durham skycam looking at the durham county courthouse, clear sky, calm wind, 63, the dewpoint 45. we'll look at the dewpoints in a second to get an idea of where the front actually is, but we're clear right now and things are quiet. 50s and 60s closer to home. and in the expanded view, upper 50s to low 60s to the north. 64 in rocky mount. where the dewpoints are 50s and above the front hasn't come by, but 40s and below the front already came by, so i believe the front already cleared rdu. last hour the dewpoints were still in the 50s, and now it's moved through roxboro and south hill, and tomorrow we wake up
quiet passage. very little going on on satellite and radar, and on the map it's looking like it's cleared through the triangle area, and little passing sprinkle activity for parts of pennsylvania and even snow up toward vermont and new hampshire and, maine i have video in weather desk top to share from you what's going on in vermont. they say healthy snow over the weekend, and it's a cooler air mass behind the front, and that will settle to the south, and by morning we wake up to cooler air, more in to mid-40s, and this morning was upper 40s to low 50s. tomorrow the front will be to the south, and there's the cooler air. 48 pittsburgh, 51 charleston, or all it's a quiet trend. so overnight by daybreak we expect the upper 30s to maybe upper 40s in fayetteville. 44 here in the triangle, 43 rocky mount. the fitness forecast to start the day, loads of sunshine, and chilly start with 45. definitely have to wear
in the 70s today, cooler lunchtime tomorrow at 58, and 63 in the triangle, 65 fayetteville. here's the seven-day forecast, again a couple of days of cool weather. a two-day cool spell, morning low of 39 on wednesday, and we'll look at some of the stats comparing the 39, the normal is 48. the record low 29 set back in 1998, and the 1984, i graduated high school that year. what a great year. just had to throw that out there. the high was 66. and the next front is coming in with a minimal chance of rain, and we'll talk about the rain fall potential in the next half hour. very limited. only about a 20 percent chance of rain ending at 8:00 p.m. on thursday, so not a great opportunity for rain. friday football, great weather for that. last week we were going to see rain on this friday, but
case. 62 by 7:00. cool in the bleachers. and then to the weekend highs in the 70s, and it may be warmer than that. the european model suggests we could be in the 80s sunday. and halloween looking good. dry with temperatures falling into the 50s for a little ghosts and goblins. >> it's so nice out there right now. we were just talking about what a nice evening it is. but told in the morning. don't be surprised in the morning. thank you. the lucky penny search continues in the queen >> coming up, how many $1,000 coins are still on the ground waiting to be picked up. in sports two lucky fan bases getting ready for the world series. bases getting ready for the world series. how the cubs and under january when i saw the attacks on roy cooper about the crime lab, i had to come forward. those ads are not true. i'm a survivor of sexual assault. it was mr. cooper who supported me when we went to the state legislature
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like the pack has the week off. not with boston college coming to town, and bringing one of the nation's top defensive teams in the process. bcu ranks 7th in the nation in total d after ranking 3rd last season. >> there's not the media talk
last two or three weeks, but you can turn on the film and see one of the best defensive ends, they have two strong defensive stack. s, and -- tackles, so our guys won't take them lightly. >> the last time the chicago cubs won a world series, teddy roosevelt was in the white house. the american flag had only 46 stars, henry ford's first model t just rolled off the assembly line, and wrigley field exist. that was 1908, and back then the cubs were a dominant team. now generations later cub fans are hoping wait until next year means this year as their team make it is fall classic for the first time since the end of world war ii with a chance of winning it all for the first time since before world war 1. that kind of history could mean tremendous pressure, and joe madden is the man that's paid to deal with all that.
a great amount of expectations and pressure heaped upon us, and i tried to convince the guys it's a good thing. why would you want to be part of a station or moment that -- situation or moment that didn't have great expectations, and i think expectations and pressure become single the same thing. the alternative could be right now you're in tampa, cooking steaks in the backyard making sure the tv is working properly. >> are saying hey, over here, we've been waiting a long time as well. their last world series tighting came in 1948, and the indians manager is dealing with all the expectations that come along with breaking his team's title drought. >> >. i think you look too far back or forward you miss what's right in front of you, so these players have earned the right to try and see if we can beat
enough task, but i don't think we need to go back and concern ourselves with 40, 50, 60 years ago. >> of course he broke a streak with the red sox. one way or another a long suffering fan bias will get to raise a -- base will get to raise a banner. watch the first game right here on fox 50 tomorrow night, and pre-game coverage starts at 7:30. this is historically bi >> any thoughts on who will win? >> i think the cubs are a better team, but i think cleveland is hotter. that's hedging my bet right there [ laughter ] the world series tickets have reached super bowl levels. the price you'll pay to see the cubs and indians. >> and also ahead a case of statue vandalism on a local college campus. how police hope to catch the criminals. and thousands of us
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charlotte police are looking for a driver that hit a group of people, including two children and kept going. five people were taken to the hospital last night. a 2-year-old is in serious condition. another 2-year-old is in good condition. police are looking for the driver of a silver van who sped away after it happened. five people are dead after a wrong way crash in massachusetts. this happened on interstate 495. police say a driver slammed
to determine why that driver was going the wrong way. it took several hours to clean up the interstate and reopen the road. betrayed, frustrated, upset is what some us veterans are feeling after learning they have to pay back bonuses they got for listed in the military. the government says the money never should have been given out to begin with. >> reporter: in 2006 the military desperately needed soldiers to fight afghanistan, but it was missing recruitment goals for new enlistment, so they started paying bonuses to keep the soldiers they already had. not just money, but loan forgiveness and benefits. and thousands reenlisted, but now some are being told that was a crime. enlistment officers committing fraud.
after a master sergeant who pled guilty to submitting false and fictitious claims on behalf of her fellow california national guard members. her efforts alone added up to $15.2 million in illegal pay outs to california guardsmen. she's gone to prison, but inexplicably the department of defense has gone after the soldiers to pay back bonuses. this vet served an extra six years and had to pay back $146,000. >> you think it's a joke, but it obviously was not a joke, and it's gut wrenching because you have to figure out how to survive. i had a young family at the time. >> reporter: the national guard says it doesn't have the authority to wave the debts. congressmen schiff say he's written to the head of the
attempts to reclaim the money can be stopped until he and congress can work out a solution. >> i think it's outrageous the national guard soldiers are asked to repay bonuses that they had every right to expect. >> they were alerted about the issue two years ago, but congress never took action. flown over the white house lawn as a political protest? it's about to be destroyed. the man says he flew it to dc to call attention to big money and politics. earlier this year he pled guilty to operating it without a license. a nurse who contracted ebola at the texas hospital
nina pham sued the parent company saying they failed to offer proper training. doctors want to be sure pregnant women effected with zika get the monitoring and care they need. for one expectant mother in miami it means regular appointments, frequent ultrasounds and appoint. s. so far her daughter is developing normally. a new shingles vaccine considered a block buster could seen be available to the general public. the company aasked the fda for approval of the vaccine that targets prevention in people 50 and over. it performed well in clinical trials. administrators at ecu expect a popular statue will be back in place in just a couple of days. all that's left of the pirate statue are boots and the
being repaired. they hope surveillance video helps discover who did it. and game one of the world series is tomorrow night between the cubs and the indians, and if fans want to go they need to be prepared to pay up. according to ticket tracker it costs $3,900 on average to attend all four baseball games in ohio. if you want to watch games three, four, and five in chicago you have to pay $7,200. cleveland hasn't won series since 1948, and chicago's last championship was 1908. >> imagine a game seven ticket cost. >> that would be excited. seven lucky pennies hidden across charlotte are still up for grabs. 10 fake pennies were planted around the city to encourage americans to look for opportunities to save. each is worth $1,000. so far three have been found. one at a park, one at a restaurant, and the third at
the ex-wife of disgraced former subway pitchman jared fogel is suing the company that made him famous. fogel is serving time in prison for porn charges, and his ex- wife is suing saying subway knew about his actions and failed to act. this is pending legal action so comment. [ singing ] a popular singer in the 1960s, bobby gee has died. he had been battling advanced
he was chosen to fill in at a concert when buddy holly and others were killed in a plane crash. he had many top hits over a 30- year period. he was 73. >. it worked for dorothy's ruby slippers, and now there's a campaign to conserve the scare crow costume from the wizard of oz. they need $80,000, and if this one pays off the museum ple the scare crow's hat alongside the slippers in a new exhibit opening in 2018. run raised already will help restore the slippers. there's no place like home, gerald [ laughter ] >> right? >> i'm still here [ laughter ] >> couple of nice stories. >> back in time for sure. finding time to work out, a common reason people fall off
this cat proves not just dogs like to go to walks. he got on the owner's treadmill. >> look at that! >> it's not moving too fast, but again it's a cat [ laughter ] >> this video has 2.1 million views. >> is that right? well, that's one way to get exercise i guess. just put the cat there. you know, we used to do that with our dogs when it outside or too much snow or something. >> really? >> put them on the treadmill. >> how long did they stay on? >> oh, as long as we would have them on there. >> they really enjoyed it? >> yeah, they did [ laughter ] >> speaking of dogs, do you guys celebrate your dog's birthday? >> of course, with extra treats. >> yes, we sing happy birthday. i don't know [ laughter ] >> funny you should say that, i
appreciates his celebration or not. [ singing ] [ laughter ] >> aww! look at that! [ singing ] [ laughter ] >> they're singing it in dog language. >> please stop! [ laughter ] >> >> so i'm not the only one that sings happy birthday to their dog. >> the bow wow version [ laughter ] >> so what do you think? did the dog like it or not really? >> i think so, sure! >> he responded. >> he just wanted to sing along. >> he wasn't saying i want y'all to stop? [ laughter ] >> maybe the bow wow version. he liked the first version. >> this video seen over a half million times. i posted them both on my
trending sent a message -- send a message on facebook. the flood waters have receded, but many roads are not passable. coming up what could happen if you don't follow the rules. our dry trend continues. look at the regional radar, but it's a different story out west. a lot of rain falling throughout the intermountain west and the west coast itself. throughout the intermountain west and the west coast itself. it's going to be a i did not email any, um, classified material. really? the fbi said there were 110 classified emails that were exchanged... hillary lied. and another lie? i respect the second amendment. but behind closed doors, hillary told liberal elites... the supreme court is wrong the second amendment. hillary will lie about anything to get elected. the nra institute for legislative action is responsible for the content of this advertising. i've seen what can happen
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funding. we should not ask for more money from you. he gave tax breaks to those at the top while raising taxes 67 ways on the middle class. it's time to polish up our brand and once more say, "come check out north carolina." hb2 trashed our brand... costing us thousands of jobs.
>. breaking news in fayetteville just moments ago, police releases information about a home invasion where one
person was shot. >> it happened around 9:30 p.m. four men forced open the front door of the home, and they were armed with hand guns. investigators say the man confronted the victim, then shot him and fled the scene. >> police haven't released the victim's name, but say he's been taken to the hospital in serious condition. we're working to get more information about this. look for on wral. as north carolina communities recover from hurricane matthew, hundreds of roads are still closed. some drivers are ignoring the safety barricades and risking their lives. >> brian shrader explains why a road that looks fine might still be dangerous. >> reporter: this is what happened when a man drove on a
fayetteville. he tumbled into the collapsed road after ignoring the sign. luckily he wasn't badly hurt, but others weren't so lucky. people died in the storm when they drove around the barriers and flood waters swept they away. >> the barricades are there for a reason, the road is not safe ahead, don't go that way. >> reporter: steve abbot shows pictures of roads that look fine from a distance, but when you look closer the ground underneath them is gone. >> the first time something >> reporter: the barricades are there for a reason. >> the dot hasn't forgotten the barricade, it's there for a reason. >> reporter: we found a dot working to repair this road, but with more than 400 roads in north carolina still closed, many barricades will be there for weeks or months. >> because we have to get contractors in, some places you have to get specially made
something done just in a few days. >> reporter: for now they say be patient and find alternate routes. >> >. the driver of the fayetteville crash was charged with driving around a barricade into a safety zone. wral is here to help our communities recover. we have partnered with go triangle, the united way and rdu international to collect areas for the hard storm relief buzz wednesday from 5:00 p.m -- bus wednesday from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. a pregnant donkey rescued from flood waters from hurricane matthew gave birth. >> meet mattie named after hurricane matthew. her mom and two other donkeys were rescued october 12th.
go back home because of contamination in the pastures. so cute! >> that looks like a full-sized donkey. >> not a mini one like yours. >> yes, but still very cute. >> and a happy story out of the all the destruction. >> very fluffy. >> and you weren't here on friday when we talked about mount mitchell's first snow. vermont saw a lot of snow around here. and the snow season is officially underway in vermont. some mountain areas seeing as much as nine inches of snow, and it's still falling. exciting news for ski resorts. last year the opens days were pushed back due to a lack of snow, so good news for them up there. and here's the weather desk top. many things to run through. so we start with the jet stream pattern.
acrobat. by morning -- a cold front. by morning we'll have a different feel. a bit of a high pressure ridge to the west, and another trough out west, and a really we defined area of low pressure off the west coast, so let's see what's going on. we pan from the east to the west, and check out the activity. big area of low pressure. it's not plowing into the west coast, it's going to slowly move to the north and gradually weaken, and there will be a new system, in fact it's already starting to blow and showers and thunderstorms. a very active period is taking shape and will effect the western part of united states over the next five days. this one eventerly effects northern -- eventually effects northern california and oregon, and another one will cross southern and central california bringing much-needed rain. typically in october california starts to pick up on the rain fall, and it's looking good for the folks out there in the coming days.
the reds and purples is up to three inches other 6 rain. here's about -- of rain. here's about a half inch to inch. a lot of produce we eat comes froms there, so that will certainly help out, and southern california even around la expect a quarter to half inch of rain, and again that's good news. and we pan to the east to see what's happening around here. very little in the way of rain for us. better chances up to the north. there's a drought on going in the northeast. they certainly could use the rain, and for us it's between a 10th to where the light shade of green is, and then nothing going on here in southern north carolina into south carolina and georgia. very small potential of rain late thursday and thursday night. here's the seven-day forecast. a couple of cooler days. 60s for highs tomorrow and wednesday. back into the 70s thursday, and then saturday and sunday you see there may be a little warmer than that. good timing. warm weather, weekend, all goes hand and hand, and again a
and no chance of snow around here any time soon. >> no. >> december perhaps? >> not the natural kind at least. thank you mike. a globetrotter made a stop in the triangle today, and not just to show off the basketball skills. >> the special it's called "the snake:" a long, skinny congressional district drawn along i-85 to segregate african american voters. "the snake" and others like it were drawn by state legislators as a partisan power grab. he wrote the decision supporting his party's discrimination. but federal judges rejected edmunds' opinion and said the power grab was all about race.
seats on the ballot, we asked the candidates where they stand on important issues. >> deborah ross is telling us what to do surrounding illegal immigration. >> my name is deborah ross, and i'd like your vote to be your next us senator. our current immigration system is broken. we need to pass corn hencive immigration reform that's tough, fair, and practical. this is important for our economy. i will support common sense reforms to our immigration system that secure our borders, meet our country's economic needs, and include a tough but fair path to citizenship. i would have voted for the bipartisan immigration reform bill, that had support from the north carolina farm bureau, the tech community, the labor community, and the chamber of
address this issue hurts our economy and hurts families. >> to see all the position statements by the candidates go to www.wral.com and search vote. the famous harlem globetrotters are taking part in the great assist initiative, aimed at talking about the abcs of bullying. ant atkinson spent time windshield kids at several raleig elementary school. he talked about the important of the program and spreading acts of kindness. >> just really want to do our part by coming out and giving them keys and tips about how they can stop it and report it whether it's them getting bullied or they're seeing it from a distance. >> the bullying prevention program was created by the globetrotter along with the national campaign to stop violence. >> can you handle that ball? >> sure can. looks fun.
expect about 44 in the morning. the coldest start though is wednesday morning with a low in the upper 30s. 39 here in triangle. roxboro, south hill, about 35 or 34. light scattered frost in some locations possible, but thursday we're in the mid-70s, and then another front bringing minimal cooling friday, and then the potential to really warm up saturday and sunday. i think perhaps maybe somebody seeing 80 degrees either saturday or sunday, good timing for the weekend and warming to come. >> don't you just love cool evenings and mornings, warm days? sign me up any time for north carolina in october. >> and the chance of rain very small on thursday. >> about 20 percent. >> okay, we can live with it. thank you, and thank you for watching. for weather and traffic every
north carolina used to make education a priority. we all understood the importance of having good schools. but pat mccrory seems more interested in giving tax cuts to millionaires. we rank 44th in spending per student. drop-out rates have gone up for the first time in 8 years. we're 41st in how much we pay our teachers. there is a textbook shortage. and pat mccrory has cut 3,000 teaching assistants from the early grades.
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