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she was hit by a stray bullet two men running. reporter: newly released 9-1-1 calls describe the chaos that unfolded on friday at this busy mall. moments later gunshots erupted in the parking lot next to the pnc bank. >> i was helping out a customer. there was a gentleman running. reporter: the employee was helping a customer and the teen inside. >> i knew something was going on by the way, he was acting. so i said -- bye and he approaches me and asks me to use >> he sat down in front of him and made phone calls. >> he used. reporter: minutes later police had to store surrounded. >> something happened.
but thank god everything, nothing happened. he had his hands up. wright is being held on a $1.1 million bond he is facing robbery charges including assault with a deadly weapon and intent to kill. 17-year-old talley is also aiding and abetting. $4,000 bond. two people were taken to wakemed to be treated. we're waiting for updates on their condition. police are still investigating. but they do not believe the shooting was random. abc11 eyewitness news. caitlin: new this morning fayetteville police are cracking down on drunk drivers. this was the checkpoint setup along cliffdale road overnight. the goal was to educate people on the dangers of drunk driving and reduce the number of drivers on the road. anthony: a man detained for
assaults. this crime was reported back in january in the 300 block of candlelight drive. detectives charged adams with second degree rape, first degree kidnapped and attempting rape. he is locked up inside of the cumberland county detention center. arrested. mills is charged with rape in a case that dates back to 2003. and also, 62-year-old brown was arrested in connection with a rain that happened in 2004. caitlin: new details coming in about the deadly workplace shooting in kansas. a woman is facing charges for giving guns to the suspect. hopkins accused of giving two weapons to the suspect. she knew ford was not allowed to and killed. several others were injured. abc news is reporting that
new this morning yoko ono is waking up in a new york city hospital. reports she had suffered a stroke are not true. she was experiencing flu-like symptoms and went to the hospital on her doctor's advice. the 82-year-old, widow of john lennon will likely be released today. anthony: the republican presidential frontrunner donald trump is bringing momentum to our area. a campaign office is opening in fayetteville suggest that hillary clinton has a huge advantage among black voters. after today's primary the vote shifts to super tuesday. caitlin: this morning a happy update to pass along the story in the last hour about the puppy
we are policed to announce that charlie is back home. her owner posting that update on facebook a few hours ago. charlie was stolen a couple of days ago. they shot she was snatched out of a car. but she got a call at 1:30 this morning who found charlie at smithfields where the dog went missing. it is not clear how charlie got out of the car. once the girls saw our story, they prompted them to return the dog. taylor can sleep easier knowing her puppy is back at home. hungry. caitlin: that's right.
taken hold tonight. steve: welcome back, everybody. good morning to you. warming up a little bit above freezing in most locations now, after a live look into terminal two at r.d.u. a gorgeous blue sky and a chilly day today. the high temperatures 50 to 52 degrees. 32 in roxboro and 31 in sandiford. 36 in fayetteville and 36 in goldsboro. stepping out the door this morning plenty of blue sky. the wrong graphic there. but temperatures clipping up to the upper 40's to 50 this afternoon. temperatures are going to stay a little bit cool just for today and then warmup nicely tomorrow. fair skies for now. and a couple of fair weather sky cans. but we warmup, look at that, 65 on sunday and the mid to upper 60's on about thursday and friday and temperatures come back down. had a great time a couple of days ago. falls lake academy, the fifth graders talked about weather.
had a great took. and traveling looking pretty good. all major hubs at r.d.u. no delays. more coming up in the eyewitness news accuweather seven-day forecast. anthony: steve, thanks. abc11 eyewitness news together highlights good deeds. this morning the community is rallying around the survivors of the tornado. neighbors in the area working nonstop trying to help the effected family. local faith-based restoration company, a church, relatives of the victims and friends all pitching in, north carolina baptist men will be there next week. jason jenkins is saying his faith led him to help. >> home is where you make it. he will be where her. anthony: the department of agal and the forest service in the community removing debry. calculating happening today another push to help veterans stuck on waiting lists in need of care.
going on from 9:00 until 92 veterans on the waiting list can come in for a an appointment. this is the second time for a standdown. the first one back in november was a great success. the event is also being held at the durham v.a. medical center from 8:00, so it already starting until11:00 past 9:00.
now, the house speaker is looking to strike the law down in a special session of the legislature. we are practically in march, but you could end up with the flu. the number of flu cases is on the rise. so far this season there have been four flu related deaths. hillary clinton going for a big win in today's south carolina department president very, a sizable victory over bernie sanders could set her up for a big to say he had killed his family. a 12-year-old girl who survived is being evaluated that hospital. overseas now mixed reports coming in as u.s. and russian
the quiet being cease-fire was violated within 15 minutes when the syrian army started shelling the town. this does not include isis or al qaeda. and pentagon officials this morning are saying it is time to start modernize nothing country's nuclear weapon. the choice is eager to start modernizing the force or risk its credibility as a deterrent to attacks by others.
modernization a 2013 ruling from the state's highest court is saying juveniles can not be sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. apple stalk holder gave the ceo a standing ovation. tim cook's refusing to help the f.b.i. hack into an iphone. this week apple formally challenged a court order. caitlin: the i.r.s. is saying the number of taxpayer who's tax information was stolen. and it could exceed 700,000. that is double the agency's previous estimate. the breach was first discovered last may. the sensitive information can be
anthony: students as a new jersey middle school got an unexpected guest before leaving for the weekend. a 1-year-old buck. he caused quite a commotion after jumping through an open window and he busted a water cooler trying to get back out. this is as the students were in the process of getting denessed. animal control tranquilized the deer and removed it from the school. caitlin: the deer was ok and the kids. when you said, oh, dear i was thinking of winnie the pooh. that's what we watch with two little kids. steve: the thongest time, when the shows were little, the wiggles. is that around? caitlin: i have not seen it. anthony: it is line. steve: we watch all disney, jr. in our house. my girls love disney, jr. steve: when you go to disney, you can see the live.
anthony: the parent company of abc11 eyewitness news. steve: they are older now. caitlin: not wiggle fans. steve: not at all. big day for tomorrow. oscar sunday. this the rainy season they can get big time storms, not tomorrow, sunny, hollywood is looking good. the temperatures in the mid-70's. around here we will be nice tomorrow, too. your active day of any concern, really not a concern, we have rain coming in, pose rain coming in on wednesday. and a front coming our way, should have enough moisture to squeeze out showers and an isolated rumble of thunder. and another shower chance in for friday. otherwise a pretty quiet week. starting off a new month on tuesday. 59 and 36 to begin the month. by the end of the month the average is 68 degrees. so a lot warmer. and the average rainfall is 4.11 inches of rain. so again that is coming up next month in march. mostly sunny today. and a high near 50. a cool day today. highs near 50.
i'm going to put it on wednesday and again friday, but otherwise, probably a dry week. temperatures are warmer on sunday through wednesday. and then i think cool on thursday and friday as temperatures come back down. ahead of the front temperatures will be milder, again in the 60's. there is cooler air comes in, potentially cooler lingering all of the way into friday. so changes are coming our way, warmer and then cooler again, which is no surprise into march. 32 in roxboro. 35 at r.d.u., and 36 in fayetteville and goldsboro and rocky mount wilson. midday the temperature around 47, which is still pretty chilly. keep the jackets handy. a lot of sunshine for you. a couple of fair weather clouds in the distance this afternoon. low 50's, that's pretty much all that we're going to get today, fair skies again for now. a couple of fair weather clouds later on this afternoon. we'll see this high offshore. that mean as return flow from
we will see high temperatures climbing from 63 to 66 degrees. and this forecast front fall next front falls a part. and the wind shift will keep us and watch this developing low pressure that will move across the tennessee valley. when that happens the rain chances going up into wednesday. skiing looking good there, too. today near freezing for highs in beach and sugar mountains. mostly cloudy skies in the southern mountains. good skiing going on in the north carolina mountains. 41 today. and 53 in fayetteville. a light west breeze around five miles per hour. and clear tonight, not as cold, in the low to mid-30's. so say good-bye to the 20's. oscar sunday is looking good. 65 degrees. 67 on monday. a few more clouds then with the weak front coming on by. and thursday near 70 and sunny. then we're going to see rain
caitlin: such a do feature. anthony: 9:26. anthony: 9:29 is the time. a cold saturday, february 27th. 35 degrees. we are going to get ready for the rest of the day. i'm anthony wilson. caitlin: i'm caitlin knute. it is cold thinking about today, but we are better weather tomorrow. i'm looking forward to this steve. steve: a nice day. mid-60's tomorrow. today it is chilly. a cold start this morning with temperatures starting to warmup a little bit. still in the 30's across the board. above freezing now. most locations, but still stanford holding onto to a 31 right now. the oxford sensor was knocked out with the severe weather. fair skies for now. a few more clouds this afternoon. fair weather clouds, but temperatures getting up to around 51. the normal high is 58. so -- quite a bit shy of that. we do expect tomorrow to be in the mid-60's. that trend continues at least through midweek. more coming up in a few minutes. caitlin: thank you, steve.
18-year-old wright arrested yesterday. wright pulled the trigger but talley helped him steal a victim's wallet. both of the victims alert and taking. police are not releasing their identities not now. the victims were taken to wakemed. anthony: in fayetteville a man is accused of breaking into the same church twice. police arrested the man yesterday on stolen property charges. someone broke into the colonial baptist the church on february the 17th and three days later. the evidence led them to arrest caitlin: developing this morning a special legislative session could be in the works to address a controversial vote in charlotte. the city council approved a law to allow transgender people to choose what bathroom they want to use. reporter: what started as a week of celebration in the lgbt community is ending in frustration.
unbelievable. reporter: shaun long with advocacy group equality prays the charlotte city council for voting to expand lbgt protection. now, statehouse speaker, tim moore is looking to strike it down quickly in a special session of the legislature. >> the state has gone a little bit crazy getting involved in local issues. they are totally ignoring state issues. reporter: republican lawmakers insist it is a state issue. calling -- it a public safety concern. and the special session to block the ordinance before it goes into effect april 1st would cost taxpayer fooz thousand dollars a day. >> i think is worth it. reporter: a conservative group echoes more sentiment that it puts burden on private businesses that would be better off left on their own. >> that is because the power that public discourse has in the
and we think that is the proper place for this debate to take place. not through a city mandating what people must and must not do in their businesses. reporter: so three fifth majority needs to sign-on. of course, the governor could call a special session himself. our state lawmakers are promise to prevent this ordinance from happening in north carolina. andrea blanford, abc11 eyewitness news. anthony: march is just a few days away. you can still wind up getting the flu. state health authorities are saying the number of cases is rising. sort face this season four flu-related death. there is a spike in the number of cases it is in line with the flu pattern for the past two years. doctors are saying there is no official date to mark the end of
9:34. steve: welcome back, everyone. good morning to you. it is -- warming up a little bit, but still pretty cold this morning. into fayetteville the sensor near 4 degrees this morning. a light breeze around three miles per hour. started out with a lot of low 20's. roxboro, stanford, and siler city, now we're seeing temperatures above freezing. and stanford has a 31. cold as you step out the door this morning. the temperatures warming up to 49 or 50 by 2:00 this afternoon. so a few clouds out there, pretty chilly. tomorrow a different story. in the mid-60's through the afternoon. fair skies for now, clouds off to the north and west. look at the big warmup tomorrow. 15 degrees warmer and keep it in the 60's for a while before the end of the week the temperatures start to come back down again. a big hello to the kids at falls lake academy.
time talking with them a couple of days ago. we talked about weather and hopefully they learned something. meantime, traveling -- caitlin: a parking alert for the travelers headed to r.d.u. terminal one parking is closed for maintenance. airport officials are doing this because they have to do power washing and paint the area. the spaces will be off limits until april. anthony: if your bucket list includes working at an amusing park this is your chance. carol winds has a job fair and open house today. the company is looking to fill more than 4,000 opening in multiple determines that include rides, entertainment, games, security and lifeguards. and they have wage increases starting between 8:00 and 9:00 an hour. it starts at 1:00 and continues through 5:00 at the park in charlotte. character that's the kind of job
caitlin: good morning. welcome back on this saturday. here is a look what is makes your headlines this morning. a woman recovering after being hit by a stray bullet in apex. the wake county sheriff is saying three cars pulled up on arrowhead drive and an altercation. and an innocent bystander, 56-year-old maclaine was caught in the crossfire. investigators are looking for the people involved. authorities in kansas are saying a woman has been charged with supplying a convicted felon with an assault rifle and a pistol. according to police, that felon, ford, stormed into the factory where he worked and shot 14 people, killing three of them before he was fatally shot. he had just been served with a protective order. and republican presidential frontrunner donald trump is bringing his momental to our area. they are hoping up a campaign office in fayetteville today.
governor chris christie. anthony: zika virus confirmed in nine pregnant women in the united states. two pregnancies investigating 10 other reports of pregnant travelers with zika. the virus is spread through mosquito bites. it is an epidemic in latin america and caribbean. and the captain on the el faro knew about hurricane wu16 queen before it sank. he report it about his daily reports. all 33 people onboard died. caitlin: well, check out this fiery crash out of california. at these three people were killed in the wreck it happened along a los angeles area freeway. authorities are saying several others were hurt in the pileup. at least one semi truck and several cars were involved in this. the truck caught fire after the crash. all southbound lanes of the
been adopted by a reinforcing shot of chilly air on friday. so numbers will be coming down a bit. and highs today will be not much warmer than that, 15 degrees warmer than now in the mid 30's. so temperatures will be rather chilly today. low to mid-30's. and 20's this morning. midday 47 degrees after that cold start and a chilly afternoon. keep your jacket handy. temperatures around 50 or so. a couple of fair weather clouds out there. that's it. the satellite shows the clear skies now. clouds to the north right now. most of those will stay away from us and up to the north. not going to see too many clouds today. tomorrow a sunny day from start to finish and high pressure moves offshore. the return flow around hypogives us a southwesterly flow. going to keep our temperatures rather warm. this front is weak at best when it moves through. partly sunny skies with it as it starts to fall a part. a west breeze will keep the temperatures rather warm. we will watch this low
watch that track as it moves across tennessee. that gives us a decent shot at getting rain on wednesday. right now, the timing still in question, but early on wednesday rather than later we'll keep an eye on that. sky skiing in the local mountains looking good. near freezing for a high. sugar and beech mountain today, temperatures will be a little bit warmer. good skiing conditions going on. 51 in raleigh. 53 in fayetteville. 49 in roxboro. the average high is 58. so well below that today. and tonight, clear skies and lows not nearly as cold. instead of the low 20's we're in the low 30's. you can thank that southwest breeze to keep the temperatures up a little bit. and ahead to oscar sunday, look at the numbers mid-60. and monday 67. and partly sunny, that weak front will come through, not do much. and tuesday in the 60's and 70's. and there is your pick day. and on wednesday a rain chance. and another chance and much cool canner on friday. the temperatures falling back to
caitlin: get you long-run in mark: thursday night's lawyer in toronto combined with a season-ending injury to the forward felt like the door closing on the hurricanes playoff hopes this year. the padlock probably went on friday night. back home versus boston. and ward, down 1-0 it was deeper thanks to matt dances around the defender and then snow snaps it past ward from a sharp angle. that was cam nightly. and the hurricanes got on the board in the thursday. and noah with the points shot, ricochets off and in and -- he did not allow anymore gomes from there. bruins take it 4-1. the video has gone viral on twitter and picked up. matt shooting lights out for the christian academy. he was making shots is not the story here. everything that led up to that
christian academy's season and matt high school career ended with a buzzer beating loss last week. the kind of results you would call heartbreaking. and the thing is, matt knows heartbreak it is bigger than basketball. >> i know people that had their and i think about it. my dad is dead. share of pain. he lost his little brother andrew 8 years ago to a heart ailment. and then on february 29th tragedy hit again. >> my mom called me, my dad was dead on the ground. was probably the most painful experience i ever dealt with. >> i wanted to go immediately and ask everyone just wait and, you know, i'll let you know, and finally a little later i said, you know -- i'm headed over and -- once i got there, we had a lot of tears. mark: 49 and a former pitcher, bill had lived through his son relishing his everything success
and real life is settling in for matt. it is more than ever he will need his friends and teammates. trey knows the pain losing his mother at an early age. >> i said god gives strong battles to strong soldiers. >> everything happens for a reason. it is part of god's plan. i got to stick to it and -- he's making my life -- good and made my dad proved and my brother proud. mark: and they surely are. if you want to check out more go to abc11.com. there is a gofundme page to fund his college education. more hoops later today, guys. the highlights here on
anthony: thank you, mark,to go home and tell my dog you're a slacker. steve: my dogs would get the dog. caitlin: my dog is a lab. supposed to be in her dna. steve: my yorkie will take it and put it in her food bowl. caitlin: why wouldn't you? steve: ok. chilly today. the numbers in the low 50's a. cool start this morning. a milder afternoon. and a few days of decent temperatures. the rain comes in wednesday. a slight chance on friday. thank you, steve. thank you for joining us.
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