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your faithful prayers and gifts. . see how this round of the battle of the blues wrapped up in durham. we'll take you outside and we're waiting on this sun to rise this sunday, march 6, 2016. >> and a little fog out there this morning. we had some rain overnight, but we are actually going to see things clearing out. >> excellent. >> outside now, we're not really dealing with anything in the way of wet weather anymore. we had a weak disturbance move in overnight. now we're left with generally dry conditions. we have some fog out there and that is reducing our visibility this morning. so visibility down to about
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a half a mile in sanford and dunne. down to smithfield. and so you may want to keep that many mind. the fog is going to be an issue just for the next couple of hours here. it is 37 degrees outside in raleigh. 36 in clayton. it is 43 currently in fayetteville. high pressure is going to build in today. that will actually clear our skies. temperatures today are still going to be on the cooler side of things. 43 degrees at 8:00. 52 degrees, our temperature with clearing skies at 6:00. i'll let you know when you can expect balmer weather, too. >> thank you. today is a big day for the candidates in the race for the white house. there's the democratic caucus in maine as well as the democratic debate in flint, michigan. this comes ton heels of super saturday.
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primaries and caucuses in louisiana, kansas, kentucky and nebraska. >> i told the pilot we're going to kansas, just get here. >> reporter: but donald trump's last-minute detour to kansas didn't help as ted cruz won the sun flower state on this super tuesday. the texas senator also won maine. >> today has been a very good day. >> reporter: but trump ice winning streak continued as he came out on top in kentucky and louisiana. >> thank you to louisiana and thank you to kentucky. and i want to congratulate ted on maine and on kansas and he should do well in maine because it is very close to canada, let's face it. >> reporter: meanwhile, on in the democratic race, bernie sanders won kansas and the caucuses in nebraska. >> and the way to the white house is to win democrats and to win independents and to make sure trump does not win independents.
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won louisiana, now she is looking ahead to winning the mississippi primary on tuesday. >> i am a progressive who likes to get things done. and new this morning, after the results came in, trump gave his victory speech in florida. in it he says he believes rubio should drop out at this point making it a race between trump and ted cruz. in fayetteville, preparations are underway for gop front runner donald trump's visit there. he will address supporters at the crown coliseum. this is the second campaign visit for trump in north carolina. he held a rail rally in raleigh in december. the clintons will be making stops in our state next week. bill clinton will campaign here tomorrow.
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hillary clinton will be here thursday. the latest elon poll shows hillary clinton with a 10-point lead over bernie sanders in north carolina. hear from the head of the republican party on "face the nation" this morning. the show now airs here sunday mornings at 10:30 and i'll be talking live with the moderator john dickerson at 8:45. jo an egyptian student arrested after he wrote on his facebook page that he would be willing to serve a life sentence for killing trump has agreed to leave the u.s. by this summer. the 23-year-old is currently in orange county's jail. this comes after the owner of a flight school reported the student to federal investigators and revoked his student visa last month. and the attorney and the director of the center for hate and extremism at the cal state, san bernardino. the u.s. supreme court has held the genuine threats against the president and other
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>> no criminal charges have been filed. they are not sure when he will be able to leave jail for egypt. donations are pouring in for a dying durham man who could lose his apartment. he may have fewer than six months to live. his lease on his apartment is up in may, but his rent will jump $145 a month. that is a payment that he says he just can't afford. >> the only thing that i could do is just ball up in the floor in a fetal position and thought god, what am i going to do? >> he is pling with the owner to keep his rent the same, but so far no luck. a go fund me page to help pay for his expenses has raised more than $10,000. if you'd like to donate, we have put a link on a shoot-out outside an atlanta recording studio left aspiring rapper bankroll fresh dead.
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50 shell casings from the scene. the studio is home to many well known rap artists including two chains. looking ahead to next week, the jury in the erin andrews case will begin deliberating today, monday rather. they will have to decide whether two hotel companies and a convicted stalker should be forced to pay the sportscaster millions of dollars. an attorney for andrews says the two hotel companies that owned and operated the national marriott enabled a stalker who took nude videos of her and posted them online. opening statements begin tomorrow in former prowrestler hulk hogan's $100 million web site against gawker. it stems from them publishing 41 seconds of a sex tape in 2012. hogan is suing for an invasion of privacy and gawker claims the sex tape is news worthy
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battle of the blues went to unc. the score 76-72. as soon as the game was over, the tar heel fan fans immediately flooded franklin street. 15,000 fans packed into the intersection of franklin and columbia streets in chapel hill for the victory celebration. there were fires in the street and fans in the trees. >> chaos. it is crazy. everyone is cheering on the heels. it is just amazing. the atmosphere is like nothing else. >> and duke, and we just beat them at their own stadium. >> well, the fans that we spoke with were thrilled that the tar heels won the regular season acc championship. early this morning the chapel hill police announced they did not make any arrests and there were no injuries after the celebration. still ahead on cbs north carolina, a local woman is making waves in the fashion industry. still to come in our what's
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to come up with her loin good sunday morning. we're off to a little bit of a gray start across the area. we had showers actually roll through and it is the very early morning hours here, and we are actually starting to dry things out. the only thing that we're dealing with that could be an
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we have visibility down to zero in smithfield. about a half-mile visibility in smithfield so the fog thicker in some spots than in others this morning. if you're heading out and about early, you may be dealing with that fog the next couple of hours. it is 37 degrees in raleigh. currently sitting at 41 in durham. 35 degrees in golds beforeo. it is 43 currently in fayetteville. so we had a weak system slide through last night into early this morning. now it is sliding offshore. it will be replaced by a high building in from the west and that is going to lead to some sunshine across the area today. we'll deal with the clouds in the emergency and decreasing clouds throughout the day. our high temperature up to about 56 degrees. we have even warmer weather in the forecast as we start this upcoming week, and i will have your complete forecast coming up. justin? >> thank you so much. 6:12. when a former n.c.
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could not button his own shirt because of his parkinson's
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we'll tell you the son of a civil rights attorney josh stein learned early about justice, equality and doing what's right. senior deputy attorney general, one of the "most effective" state senators, josh stein fought to make schools safer, cracked down on domestic violence, and stein took on scam artists who prey on seniors. stein: we need an attorney general with the
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who will always put the people of north carolina first. josh stein for attorney general. good morning. here is a look at some of today's top stories. white house hopefuls are not vowing down. there is a democratic caucus in maine as well as a democratic debate in flint, michigan.
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my mayors and caucuses took place in kansas, louisiana, kentucky and nebraska. durham naacp chapters will continue the morale march to the polls. they're in conjunction with our time, our vote campaign focusing on mobilation and protection. right now the search continue fores gunman in friday night's shooting in raleigh. investigators say someone shot timothy robertson on brag street. the shooting was one street away from the scene of a deadly officer-involved shooting last monday judgement a popular raleigh restaurant is back open nearly two months after a truck crashed into it. six weeks after the crash, the old-time barbecue restaurant held a grand reopening. the past few weeks have been exsteamly tough and he is happy to welcome customers again. >> i had to turn away 3,000 people at my door expecting to
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little knife sticking in your heart and today to see them all come back, it is just awesome. >> old-time barbecue opened in 1993 and serves eastern north carolina style barbecue six days a week. nearly three years ago we first introduced you to mora horton. at that time she was simply trying to help her husband's morning routine and now her clothing is being sold internationally and she just inked a deal with tommy hilfiger and major retailers. we have more on the growth in this morning's what's next. >> it is a hidden magnet technology. it is hidden and it just simply closes. >> reporter: an invention born of necessity and mora horton's desire to help her husband. >> one day in auto locker room he was stuck unable to button his shirt and one player went over and helped him button his shirt. >> reporter: don horton was
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his wife launched mag i can't ready in 2014 with one shirt and two collars. >> it is great. >> reporter: now there are more than 28 different styles and colors, all indistinguishable from other shirts except with the fastening. >> we partner with the largest shirt manufacturer in the world, which is really exciting. they will be rolling it out in 2016 and it will be in major retailer this is year. >> reporter: and it has already partnered with a organization called runway for dreams. the clothe for those with special needs are featured on tommy hilfiger's web site. >> we like to say to date we have helped over 20,000 people. it is kind of humbling and it is a large social responsibility to make sure it is done in a dignified manner. >> reporter: humbling for a wife just trying to help her husband, now helping people all around the world. for what is next, north carolina news.
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to tackle sleep ware next. for a link visit under the what's next tab. happening right now and for the next couple of days, some people in california will be experiencing a severe storm. it has moved into the northern part of the state and forecasters expect it to dump more than three feet of new snow in the sierra nevada mountains. a winter storm warning is in effect until monday afternoon. tough for them there, and glad we don't have anything like that here. >> they actually need snow and rain this time of year because they're dry through most of the summer. even though they are getting several feet, that is a really good thing for those folks in california.
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look. eventually we'll see the clouds pushing out, too, but they will linger for most of us through this morning. fog in the wake of system of that rain. visibility is down to about four miles in raleigh. what we're worried about is this visibility around a half mile in dunne and sanford. and four tenths of a mile in rayford. so we have patchy thick fog in some spots this morning. not a huge deal for other spots and eventually that fog is going to lift and we'll see sunshine across the area. it is 37 degrees in raleigh. 38 and it is 34 in sanford. one of the colder spots this morning. 33 in roxboro. officially the coldest spot, 35 degrees in south hill, virginia. temperature also be steadily rising a bit. 56 for a high that is still below normal for this time of year. e rentally we will see the clouds moving out.
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later in the day by 6:00 p.m. and temperatures falling to 52 degrees. so we have this area of low pressure move through last night and early this morning. it is sliding offshore now and that's where it is going to stay today. we have this new high pressure center that will build into the area later today which will be to decreasing clouds. the high-pressure systems, they rotate clockwise. we still have this cooler air being pushed in. so the temperatures today are not going to get out of the 50s. a different story as we head into tomorrow so the high starts to slide just to our south. we get more flow out of the southwest so we're mostly sunny for your monday, and the temperatures getting warmer. instead of highs in the 50s like we have been dealing with, tomorrow's high is going to be in the 60s. as we head into tuesday, wednesday and thursday, that high slides even furtherer offshore. we get this really warm air pushing in out of the south, so we can expect sunshine with temperatures warming up all the
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wednesday, thursday, even into friday as well. for today we're still below normal. 56 degrees for a high temperature in raleigh. 58 degrees in fayetteville with decreasing clouds throughout the day. as we head into tonight, the skies are clear and temperatures are cold. we drop all the way down to 3 degrees tomorrow morning so a cold morning another the bus stop for the kids. definitely keep that in mind. you need the jacket tomorrow morning, but things improving a bit tomorrow afternoon. we g from 56 degrees today to 64 degrees and mostly sunny skies for tomorrow. by tuesday, we're all the way up to 72. that's not even the warmest we'll be. by wednesday, we're looking at a high of 746789 thursday, how does 76 degrees sound? i won't be surprised if some folks around the sand hills getting close to 80 degrees on thursday. friday and saturday, the pattern turn as little bit more unsettled. we have a chance to see a few more showers rolling in friday afternoon and saturday afternoon with temperatures
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next weekend. 68 on saturday. i think we can handle that after a week of cooler temperature this is past week, it will definitely be nice to see the warm-up, especially with highs in the 70s. >> a lot of people are ready for spring. >> a taste of spring, and we have been waiting a really long time for it. it is going to be a really welcome change. still ahead, this season's battle of the blues' match-up now split with last night going to the tar heels.
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a look at where both . this morning both uncened duke have their sites society to be acc tournament. this after the blue devils hosted the tar heels at duke. the devils struggled early and the heels outrebounded duke 64- 29. in the end, unc wins. with the w., the tar heels clinch the regular season acc title. >> man, it means a lot. and a lot of -- all of the stuff we have been through, it mean as lot to us. it mean as lot to coach and us. we have been through it all. >> it feels great. i can't really put it into words.
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been through and how tough it has been. this group, it can be a spring board to great things. >> >> we got 20 board as game. we need to come become and grab some. >> before last night's win, the tar heels had four straight losses to the blue devils. tuesday in the first acc game, n.c. state will take on wake forest. last night the wolfpack faced notre dame in indiana. they trailed at the half and just could not get the momentum they needed to beat the fighting irish. notre dame wins this one 89-75. and tuesday the carolina hurricanes face the senators at home. the game comes after a tough battle for the kanes' last night in tampa bay. in the third period, the game was tied 2-2, and then the kanes scored again making it 3- 2. but the lightning scores a late goal and wins 4-3 in
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new this morning, mischa tate is the new ufc champion. she beat holly holm with a fifth-round submission. tate beat holm in two minutes in the fifth and the final round. she beat rhonda rowsey back in november. many wonder what this mean force the highly anticipated rematch between holm and rowsey in the fall. time now is 6:27. imagine walking through a store and a huge piece of metal crashing through the roof. well, it happened. coming up in our next half
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wake county this happened starts right now. right now on north carolina news, the search continue this is morning for the gunman in a raleigh shooting. and this morning, a man is in a cumberland jail facing a list of charges accused of kidnapping a former n.c. state player who went pro. what investigators say happened the night of the crime. plus, today is the 51st anniversary of the selma voting rights movement. we'll show you how leaders in our state are marking the event. first, let's take you live outside now where the sun is starting to come up and we're about 37 degrees in raleigh on this sunday, march 6,2016 and we're glad you're starting it with cbs north carolina. >> we're off to a little bit of a cloudy spot. fog in some spot this is morning, but we are going to see some sunshine today.
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we are going to see warmer temperatures. always a good news on a sunday. we have great news of a nice week ahead. looking toward the east, you can see the sun is starting to come up. a little bit of fog in some spot this is morning. the good news is we're not dealing with any wet weather. when i came into work this morning, there was a little rain and drizzle, and i know a lot of people did see some last night into early this morning as well. right now, the showers are off to the east. we are going to dry out although we are waking up to clouds and fog. they're not going to linger all day. visibility down to about four miles in raleigh. about three tenths of a mile in sanford, dunne and smithfield. we have seen visibility improving in these spots. so that fog is not going to linger for very long. 37 degrees, our temperature right now in raleigh. it is 39 in rocky mount.
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fayetteville. we had an area of low pressure move in last night that's what brought us system of the wet weather. the high pressure will build in ted and we are going to see sunshine eventually returning, especially this afternoon. expect clouds and fog. peaks of sunshine with a temperature of 51 and clearing skies by 6:00. i'll be back with a pleat update on your forecast for the week ahead coming up. justin? >> thank you. today is a big day for the candidates in the race for the white house. there is the democratic caucus in maine as well as the democratic debate tonight in flint, michigan. this comes ton heels of super saturday. primaries and caucuses took place in louisiana, kansas, kentucky and nebraska. donald trump won the louisiana primary and the kentucky caucus. cruz won caucuses in kansas and maine. this morning trump is calling for marco rubio to drop out of the race. rubio says he will not. on the democratic side, hillary clinton is object track to increase her substantial delegate lead despite losing
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contests to bernie sanders. clinton had one big win in louisiana. local naacp branches in wake and durham county also be participating in the morale march to the polls campaign. in wake county the marchers will gather at 3:00 p.m. at shaw university's campus. in durham, at 12:30. the marches will represent local participation in a statewide our time, our vote campaign focused on voter engagement, education, mobilation and protection. the marches will also honor the anniversary of the bloody sunday, the pivotal confrontation on the bridge in selma, alabama, 50 years ago that event would ultimately pave the way to the passing of the federal voting rights act in 1965. right now the search continues for a gunman in the shoots in raleigh that sent one man to a hospital. we first brought you this story
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the police found the victim, timothy robertson, on brag street. the 41-year-old victim was shot in the leg. friday night's shooting was one street away from the accept of a deadly officer-involved shooting last monday. later this month, a man is expected in court accused of kidnapping a former n.c. state turned pro football player. the police say earl wolf was visiting friends on february 23rd in ray ford when several gunmen captured him and took him. he was later released unharmed. wolf played for the wolfpack from 2008 to 2012 and currently plays for the jacksonville jaguars. the police charged 231-year- old bobby -- 21-year-old bobby bailey in this case. h e is being held on a $156, 000 bond. he is set to face a list of charges on march 23. a second person has died following a parking lot shooting earlier this week in hickory. it happened wednesday outside
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the police say eric yont opened fire killing row shell scott a second person wounded in the shooting, cody watts, died from his injuries friday night. the shootings appear to stem from a domestic-related incident. a driver of a race car crashed. he was thrown from the car shortly before 11:00 yesterday morning. authority says the vehicle went off the road and hit a ditch causing it to roll over. the troopers have not released the driver's name but say he was from canada. a scary incident at a target store after a pes of metal came crashing through the roof. the fire crews say it took some time, but as cbs north carolina reports, investigators finally figures out where it came from and what it was. >> reporter: it came crashing through the roof of the target with such a terrifying sound, witnesses reported hearing an explosion. >> what we actually found is
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eight-pound pes of metal that had come through the ceiling literally in the center of the store. >> reporter: at first they didn't know where it had come from. >> once we eliminated it from being inside the store, one of the thoughts was had a plane passed over and was it flying now without a piece that it should have. >> reporter: but that wasn't it. the fire chief soon determined the metal came from a construction site behind the store. >> they had a woodchipperment and the woodchipper threw one of its teeth and the tooth literally went probably 800, 900 feet and went through the center of the target. >> that is amazing for it to come crashing through the roof that is crazy. >> reporter: the chief says the flying metal did damage a beam and leave a hole in the store's roof. fortunately, though, no one was hurt. >> as heavy as this is, if someone had been standing where this fell, it would have been a really bad day for them. >> amazing. we tried to reach the company
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not receive a reply. and just months after the confederate flag controversy in south carolina, the confederate national flag flew over our state's capitol yesterday. the confederate national flag does not have the more well known blue cross of the confederate flag. it knew in honor of con federal flag day and it also flies in january on robert e. lee's birthday. veterans gathered to remember people missing from the war in southeast asia. they're part of the vietnam veterans incorporated group. they have met on the first saturday of every month for the past 28 years. they call out the names of those unaccounted for. they say they started 28 years ago with 65 names and are now down to 39. rail low's mayor will give the state of the city tomorrow. lit take place at the raleigh convention center. it will start at 12:30. the doors open at 11:30. it is free throw and taupe to the public.
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discusses tomorrow night on cbs north carolina news. still ahead this morning, it is a reunion seven decades in the making. still the to come, we show you how technology reconnected two families. plus, it is not jurassic park, not jurassic world, but dinosaurs are invading raleigh. we'll tell you where you need to head to get this unique experience. >> if you're heading out and about today, you may see sunshine, but you'll have to wait until later this afternoon. the rain is out of here, but the clouds will eventually follow.
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your good sunday morning. we're off to a little cloudy start to our day. here is a live look from our tower camera. north raleigh looking toward the east. the sun is officially up this morning, but we're not seeing much of it just yet. sit tight. we have sunshine in the forecast. we had sunshine roll through. those are now out of the picture completely and eventually the clouds we're stuck with now, they will be moving out too. we have cloud cover and fog to deal with. visibility at a carr mile in pine hurst and about three quarters of a mile in sanford and dunne and still sitting of
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henderson and hill so we have patchy thick fog in some spots. and cool temperatures everywhere this morning. it is 37 degrees in raleigh right now. 41 degrees in durham. it is 33 in fayetteville. 32 degrees. so right at freezing in roxboro and also in sanford. the good news is the area of low pressure that brought us the wet weather last night and this morning is offshore right now. it will be replaced by this big ridge of high pressure building back in from the west, and that system is going to bring us sunshine not only for this afternoon, but actually over the next several days. so expect decreasing clouds today. our high temperature up to about 56 degrees. we're 43 by 8:00. 51 degrees by lunch thyme and we'll hit that high at about 3:00 this afternoon. the temperatures are warming up as we head through this week. i'll have all of the details you need to know coming up. >> thank you. 6:42 now. the concern for lead contamination in flint, michigan's water supply is warranting a response from health officials and residents. the latest on efforts to deal
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and one california woman
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more on this tragedy good morning. coming up on 6:45. here is a look at today's top stories. today is a big day for some of the candidates in the race for the white house. there is a democratic caucus in maine ted as well as the democratic debate tonight in flint, michigan. this comes ton heels of super saturday. primaries and caucuses took
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kentucky and nebraska. campaign 2016 heads to north carolina next week. bill clinton will visit tomorrow. the democratic presidential front runner hillary clinton will be here thursday. and the republican presidential front runner donald trump will speak in fayetteville on wednesday. the tar heels chin sped the regular season acc title after beating duke 76-72. the police say 15,000 tar heel fans flooded franklin street after the win. they did not make any arrests. people who live in flint, michigan, are being asked to continue to have their water tested for lead. the health officials also want the kids tested for lead. we have more on what the health officials are doing to help. [ i'm here to get my granddaughter tested for lead. >> reporter: her granddaughter is getting screened for lead. she says this is so she can prevent any future problems with her health. the nurses and doctors teamed up to give res doesn't dent as
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>> because as you know, there is a great need for lead screening here in the flint area. >> reporter: robinson tells us there are more lead dangers around us and some of it isn't coming from the water. >> because of the old housing that we have here in the flint area, they have an increased probability of contacting lead dust from the houses bus of the paint. >> reporter: warren says they're trying to do everything they can to make a difference. >> our mission is to keep any permanent damage from happening to that child or families that live in the home. >> reporter: and anyone that gets screened ted an tests positive for lead, they do offer help and counseling here at the health department. warren says getting screened for lead is free and it only take as few minutes. and you can get your results back in less than 10. she also says the county's health department will be setting up more screening centers in the coming days. she says if her grand daughter does have lead in her system,
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get her what she needs. >> i'm expecting, hoping we can do what we can do. >> reporter: tv 5 news. british sail lohrs found themselveses far from home and far from sea when they stayed right here in our area during world war ii. it is a little known history that two families are now digging into as they uncover their roots, allowing the past and the present to link together. >> reporter: once crisp, black and white memories whether you ared as the years turn to decades. richard eagles learned of his uncle jeff's photos in 2011. >> i think these were all kept in the drawer. >> reporter: the faces an places were in carey snapped when jeff was on leave for a few weeks from the royal navy in the early 1940s. staying at a camp where the park is today. >> they refer to it as crabtree. >> reporter: among the photos, a family named fox. armed with an anymore and a
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>> when we got here and saw that there was a big hole in the ground, we thought that is the end of that. that's where the story ends and it all ends. >> reporter: but richard kept trying finding a remedy to his riddle by showing his pictures at a local drugstore. >> one time he went through them and he came to the very last one and he looked at me and said that is charlie fox. so i said i'm in the right place then. >> yes. >> >> reporter: one phone call and one hour later val fox walked in. >> we were in awe. he kept bringing these pictures out. >> reporter: val was just 3 years old when she met that 18- year-old british sailor jeff. >> we come to one of the photographs and val said i have that photograph. now at that point my jaw drops. >> i remember that picture very well in our family album. >> reporter: all of a sudden those connections, blurred by
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>> this is as though somebody has come out of a midst and a fog in the past and they met. it mean as lot more because it is actually -- these are no longer just photographs of people. they are real people. >> real people, jeff and val separated by generations and continents, londoned by block and white photos and reconnected through video chat technology more than seven decades later. >> and that man that i was looking at at 18 years old and here i am 77, we were looking at each other all across the world. i mean, is that incred ?bl. >> i never really expected to see her again, you know. you don't after all of those years, and it was very hard to see her. >> in ininstant, val and a 92- year-old jeff began back in time and formed a new bond in
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>> destiny is real. wear all interconnected. >> no one quite remembers exactly how jeff and the foxes met, but he says they took on a parental role with him and during those few weeks that he was here, richard eagles is providing copies oh the photos the to the town's history center to preserve for generations to come. a woman died after driving under an overpass and straight into flooding waters in sacramento, california. the woman was trapped under water inside the vehicle for about 15 minutes. once firefighters were able to get to her, she had already passed away. a passenger was able to get out of the vehicle and was taken to a hospital. well, good sunday morning. we are off to a dry start to our day, but a cloudy start at best in some spots. here is a live look from our tower camera. we're looking toward the raleigh skyline. we have these low clouds and a little bit of fog lingering in the capital city this morning and that is the case the a lot
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we did have a few showers roll through last night into early this morning. those are now off to the east. it is not going to be an issue for us anymore today. we are actually going to be drying out and we'll see the clouds moving out of here eventually as well. still dealing with fog this morning. visibility dub the a quarter of a mile in henderson and south hill. also a quarter of a mile in sanford and pine hurst. four tenths of a mile in rayford so we do have patchy, thick fog. if you're out and about early this morning, you may run into that fog here and there, so keep that in mind. it is 37 degrees in raleigh right now. 41 degrees in durham. it is 36 in goldsboro and clayton. 43 is our current temperature in fayetteville. as we head through this afternoon, we are going to see these temperatures rising. a couple of greece warmer than we were yesterday, but still unseasonably cool for this time of year so we warm up to about 51 degrees by lunchtime. 54 degrees at 2:00. our high temperature, about 56
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we'll get rid of those clouds throughout the day as well. so sunshine making a comeback in a big way, not only today but over the next several days. so we have the area of low pressure move through last night and early this morning. it will it is offshore and continue to work its way further out of the picture here and it is being replaced by a system of high pressure. so dry weather in the forecast for today. we'll see decreasing clouds. the temperatures on the cool side, but tomorrow that high slides to our south. we get warmer air moving into the area, so we're mostly sunny with temperatures in the 60s tomorrow, and we keep turning up the heat for tuesday, wednesday and thursday. the high moves further offshore. we get this warm air out of the south. sunshine for most of this week with high temperatures all the way into the 70s. we're looking at a high today in raleigh. 56. 55 in durham. 58 degrees in fayetteville. mainly clear and cold during the overnight hours, so a chilly start to our monday
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on monday, so we go from 56 today. we're down to the 30s tonight. up to 64 for a high tomorrow. 62 on tuesday. by wednesday, we're looking at a high temperature of 74 degrees. 76 on thursday. we're still in the 70s on friday with a chance for just a few showers rolling through and saturday we may have an isolated afternoon shower as well with temperatures falling back into the upper 60s. for most of this week, we are looking at high temperatures in the low and mid 70s. i won't be surprised if by thursday we start seeing some thermometers, especially across the sand hills, actually creeping in to the upper 70s to near 80 degrees for some spots thursday. >> this is your best forecast in a long time. job well done. >> thank you! it has been a long time coming and i don't mind taking credit for forecasts like this because it is looking like a great week ahead. >> excellent. thank you. if you're looking for something to do with the kids
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discover the dinosaurs, up >> here to this spot. >> the museum is expected to corrs $75 million. the officials hope it will open in late 2018. the discovery of the prehistoric past in downtown raleigh continues today.
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enjoy the special effects at the convention center. it is all part of the discover the dinosaurs event. discover the dinosaurs runs from 10:00 to 7:00 today. ways down there yesterday, very cool. >> you said a lot of parents had to tell their kids they're not real. >> and cool and something fun to to do --to do today 56 degrees this afternoon and we will see sunshine later in the day today. 64 degrees tomorrow and then in the 70s for the rest of the week. >> thank you. and hear from the head of the republican party on "face the nation." it airs sunday mornings at 10:30.
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moderator at right now on cbs north carolina, the numbers are in
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we'll check out who came out on top and who donald trump is now race. plus, the duke, unc rivalry lives up to the hype again. see how this round of the battle of the blues wrapped up in durham. but first let's take you outside because, yeah, there's something to talk about there. sunday, march 6,2016. good morning and thank you for making cbs north carolina part of your morning. >> and as you just saw from our tower camera there, some of us off to a pretty foggy start in some spots this morning. >> but the sun is going to come out. >> it is. it is going to make a come back today. we're looking at a beautiful afternoon. a live look from raleigh durham intergnarl airport where you can see we do have clouds. we do have the fog in some other spots. it is because the ground is very wet from some of the showers that we had move through. but we're drying out now. as you can see on our satellite


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