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postponed at the last moment. trump supporters and critics the pavilion. so far, no arrests. the violence has been building since a rally on wednesday. someone was captured on video, punching a protester. that man is now charged. you can watch for the latest on this tomorrow morning. anchor: a more peaceful event as bernie sanders brought his campaign to the capital city. sanders touched on key points on his platform. he got a standing ovation when he talked about raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour and providing free tuition to public
he said he would pay for his proposals by taxing wall street speculators and the wealthy. he said he would be the best candidate to face off against donald trump. mr. sanders: you want a candidate who is going to defeat donald trump in november. i am the candidate. almost every poll shows me beating troubled by double digits and almost always by a greater margin then hillary clinton. anchor: he ended the rally by vote early. turnout, he has prevailed. tisha: tuesday's primary means in our state. the hillary clinton will appear on monday. ted cruz will make a stop in fayetteville monday. and donald trump plans to hold a
you can learn about the details at abc 11.com. anchor: more than for some before thousand people -- than 4374,000 people have cast billets. he said he did not see signage that explains voter id and he says brochures were improperly dip played -- displayed. >> >> i don't believe they have been trained properly. anchor: the state board of elections says they have not received complaints from voters. if you have questions, you can go to our website. tisha: former first lady nancy
more than 1000 people including michelle obama and george w. bush attended the funeral. people remembered her life from hollywood to the white house. a former canadian prime minister read a love letter. nancy reagan died sunday at the age of 94. tears and prayer for a girl whose life was cut short. anchor: she was murdered two years ago. elaina athans is there. elaina: this has been trying. she went to court thread tonight, she had a benefit here to keep her daughter's memory alive. friday has not been easy. it has been two years since her daughter, danielle, was
>> i was blessed for 15 years. it is hard every day. we are trying to embrace everybody. that is why we are having this concert tonight. elaina: there was the benefit concert to honor the team. many in the crowd knew danielle well and helped try to find her when she vanished. she was ultimately found at the bottom of the south river. investigators say her ex-boyfriend choked her to death, and then with the help from another team, tossed her over the bridge. he is weighing a plea deal. >> we will not stop this fight until justice is done. elaina: the family is not only hoping for justice but a better future for the victims of domestic violence.
keep a clear mind at the same time. be supportive for my family and other people who are in the same situation. elaina: the family did raise some money from this event. they are also hoping to start a foundation to help domestic violence victims. tisha: iman wanted on sex charges arrested outside the raleigh eyewitness center. you can see the huge presence. officers spotted a man. he was wanted for sexual assault on a female, in decedent -- indecent exposure, and sexual battery. a man was beaten up at a bus stop and knocked into the street where he was hit by a car. it happened just before 2:00. police have not released any information about a suspect, but
anchor: a huge weekend for garth brooks in concert. heather is there. heather: the show did not disappoint. the crowd was electric. as expected, garth brooks rocked the arena, something fans have been waiting for for years. fans packed into the arena by the busload. >> during no shame in me, baby -- there is not any shame in me, baby. >> we invited our friends to come down here. heather: tailgaters did not hold back. all of them eager to see garth
>> it is pretty huge. i have been following him since i was a little kid. >> i got friends in low places. heather: it is the fans that brought him back on the road after years in retirement. >> i understand how rare it is to stand here at this age and get to be a part of this. that should not be happening in my life. heather: three nights of back-to-back concerts, each a little different. and with his wife of 11 years by his side, the power couple is sure to put on a show. >> we enjoy each other's company. people say, deliver get sick of it? it is what we dreamed about. despicable say, do you ever get
ever get sick of it? it is what we dreamed about. heather: there are still some tickets left but you can bet they will go fast. anchor: maybe we will see him at this st. patrick's day parade. the changes in the gas prices. how much it will cost you when you fill up. also, the man with a year in space -- who spent a year in space has a new plan. >> they are terrorizing the people that live here. anchor: a neighborhood concerned about heavy trucks speeding down their road. what the i-team learned about where they are going and what is being done with those loads. the chopper is there to show you after the break. first, a downtown look at the studio. how is the weather looking? chris: there might be a few
doesn't look like a lot. temperatures mild. tomorrow morni if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay
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a week ago, many stations were selling it around $1.77. experts say april futures saw it arising by six cents per gallon. anchor: dozens of people saying heavy don't trucks are speeding recklessly down their roads in north raleigh. the i-team revealed where they have been dumping their loads for the past six years. reporter: talk to the folks who live in the subdivision and you will hear poor stores of them coming face to face with trucks like those. many coming to a farm that turned into something else and the the interest of state
>> i have seen them all over lake county. they come in from durham. they are terrorizing the people that live here. absolutely terrorizing them. reporter: she has made it her mission to find out what is going on. >>that was six years ago. the owner of the then dairy farm saying he wanted to raise beef cattle. he got an agricultural exemption to halt in beneficial phil and the trucks have been coming ever since. >> they have an exemption. it is a loophole kind of thing for a law intended for something else. reporter: this is what it looks like today. one source close to the farm
official phil, saying the mountain of clay and concrete and construction debris is 60 feet high, with one section looking like this. last january, durham county issued this notice of violation for the old farm with nearly a dozen specific violations listed, but nothing became of it because of the agricultural exemption. a spokesperson says no one has -- no inspectors have been back since that citation. that has neighbors concerned about environmental issues. >> all of that flows into rocky branch creek which goes right through this farm. because they are not a permitted landfill, they don't have the same guidelines and requirements a landfill would have. reporter: a year ago, one of the
saying they would soon cd pastures. but earlier this week, the family attorney says those plans are gone. now the owners want to grow hops on the land for beer making. how much more dumping? maybe a year or so. and we are told they do collect so-called tipping fees for every time a dump truck tips its load. one lawmaker says the agricultural exemption should have been pulled a long time ago. we are also told earlier this week, state inspectors were back here are taking a closer look at this former farm. tisha: now is the time for the must-see videos of the night. we start in california where thieves stole a giant a small cap. security cameras captured three men swiping the hat. it was not easy. the hat weighs 100 pounds.
took off through the owner says it is worth about $2500. and check out this story of the bears intrigued by a pink balloon. one got a little too excited and popped the balloon and then all the fun was over. and check out this video. he is now a police officer. he jumped into his shirt to enjoy the makeshift. he likes to hop around the police station in western australia. steve: they are quite a pair. he can go undercover. hop right in and check the scene out.
chris: looks pretty good. not one of our better weekends but hopefully a couple of the events will get off without a hitch. let's start with the st. patrick's day parade. you can come down to the pop-up studio. a lot of folks from eyewitness news. 64 by 1:00. mostly cloudy skies. there is a slight chance of a shower. hopefully they will stay away from downtown raleigh. check in with steve if you are going downtown. all about the morning forecast. 80 the high today. the record was 84. the warmest since october 9. 82 in fayetteville. you see the cooler air, to the north and west. there is a front coming through right now. it will keep us in the 60's and 70's.
resembling cold. the airport, 67. a southeast wind and humidity fairly high. rocky mount and wilson, 63. 64, roxboro. fayetteville at 67. mid 50's to lower 60's. of a lot of clouds around the region but not enough to squeeze out any shower activity. a fairly dry front. good news for the beleaguered gulf states. light showers in alabama, the florida panhandle. the torrential rains appear to be about over so folks can start cleaning up as they head through the weekend. it has been a disaster with up to 20 inches of rain in some spots.
here is the front, bisecting the region. spotty showers, mainly in the morning. the afternoon looks to be dry. back into the 70's sunday. a better chance for showers. some of the moisture from the system in texas that caused the problems in the deep south comes our way. we will not see more than 0.5 inches of rain sunday afternoon. fairly dry day. clouds, limited sun. temperatures above the average of 62. jump to sunday, the marathon. temperatures mild. nothing more than a spotty shower through midday. afternoon, rain chances of ramping up. a couple of showers. brief heavy rain. very little rainfall in the morning hours.
rainfall amounts 0.25-0.5 inches. another chance monday afternoon. much of monday, july. 70 53 looks good to head out to the polls tuesday --. not the best weekend but not one of the worst for march. good voting weather. tisha: thank you, chris. you could own a celebrity car. how much they will cost you, next. steve: and the luck of the irish
steve: researchers say the wreck discovered off the coast is likely a confederate lock aid runner. -- blockade runner. they think it could be a ship that was sunk in 1864. tisha: the weather should hold up for tomorrow's st. patrick's day parade in downtown raleigh. it starts at 10:00 a.m. in wilmington.
and you can visit the pop-up studio. if you are there, send us some of your photos and your favorite moments using our hashtag. steve: jerry seinfeld is auctioning off 18 of his beloved porsches. one of the cars is this blue 1955 spider which is identical to the car james dean was driving and is worth as much as $6 million. he has 47 cars in his collection. we have not figured out why he is selling these 18. tisha: how do you decide which ones question mark they are also nice. steve: the tar heels dominant in the tournament. moving on to the finals.
pick a word to describe it. the tar heels taking a part notre dame. the most dominant performance in tournament history. payback on their minds as they had lost the last couple of times versus the irish. 15 rebounds today. brice johnson, brings it down. this was a close game. demetrius jackson, for three. 22-23 tar heels. marcus paige, another three. joel berry at the buzzer. 18-0 run for the tar heels. the fun would continue into the second. again with the big throwdown. look at this. marcus paige getting up and
it was going right for the heels and horribly wrong for notre dame. brice johnson, yet another rim rocker. that was the top shelf tar heels. >> the defense the last couple of weeks has been improved. this is a perfect example of how good we can be defensively, against a team that is a top 10 offense team in the country. if we can play like this defensively, nobody can beat us. >> they were uncomfortable. like you said, if we continue to do this, i don't think any team will be able to handle us. >> the magnitude of the game was pretty big. i think it was the best when other than duke, man. mark: they will take on virginia for the title tomorrow night. that should be an awesome one as well.
spud webb. james worthy and j williams of duke. >> i was a watching miami play around. he was like, what's up, old man? i am that guy now. like wine, i get better with time. >> he lived in a one-bedroom apartment off-campus. he drove an old mustang to college. he came back to kansas. 10 of like a clone. that is why they have been able to succeed, i think. mark: taking a three point lead