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3 happening today, suspects in two high-profile murder cases in asheville are scheduled to appear in court. a probable cause hearing is scheduled this morning for pierre griffin, the second. the hearing was continued earlier this month. griffin is accused of killing uhon johnson, alexandra king and tatianna diz. the buncombe county district attorney's also requested a rule-24 hearing to determine whether the state will seek the death penalty. 3 robin richardson, the woman accused of killing a w-l-o-s employee, is also scheduled to be in court this morning. richardson is charged with first-degree murder for tim fry's death. back in december, warrants state that richardson shot fry, claiming fry had assaulted her. she remains in 3 3 3 an asheville man remains in critical condition after a weekend car crash. troopers say on saturday afternoon, christopher love was driving over 100 miles an hour on charlotte highway when he lost control and slammed into a concrete wall. love was thrown
charged with d-w-i and several other traffic violations. 3 3 a hiker was airlifted to a charlotte hospital after falling at crowders mountain state park. it happened yesterday afternoon near the boulders overlook on the cleveland county side of the park. park officials say the 23-year-old victim fell 25-to-30 feet, and was seriously hurt. he is being treated at the carolinas medical center. the victim's 3 3 3 mcdowell county d-s-s is seeing a growing number of children coming into foster care.... that means the need for foster families is growing too. news 13's lauren brigman is live from the county d-s-s office in marion. lauren, a special meeting today aims to garner more foster families? currently 26 families foster children here in mcdowell, but the number of children in need of foster homes, has more than doubled since last year.the info meeting is tonight at 6, at mcdowell county d-s-s.
3 this time tomorrow, voters and caucus-goers will make their choices for democratic and republican presidential nominees in more than a dozen states. it's known as super tuesday, the single-day contests represent a key juncture in the primary race. reid binion reports... 595 delegates are up for grabs for g-o-p, 865 for the democrats. 3 3 (sen. marco rubio/(r) presidential candidate) "donald is not gonna make america great he's gonna make america orange."republican presidential candidates -- turning up the insults ... less than 24 hours ahead of the biggest single day in the primary race.and....donald trump -- taking fire sunday for deflecting questions about whether......he would disavow support from former kkk leader
correspondent) "would you just say unequivocally you condemn them and you don't want their support?"(trump) "i mean don't know what group you're talking about."(jake tapper/ cnn chief washington correspondent) "okay. i mean i'm just talking about david duke and the ku klux klan here, but..."(donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "i don't know, honestly i don't know david duke."trump pointed out on twitter that he disavowed duke on friday.cnn (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "david duke endorsed me? all right. i disavow, ok?"rivals marco rubio and ted cruz pounced, trying to slow trumps momentum going into super tuesday. (sen. marco rubio/(r) presidential candidate) "donald trump, refused, refused, to criticize the ku klux klan."(sen ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate)"donald trump as the nominee means hillary probably wins and we lose this country."rubio, throwing in some donald-style personal attacks. (sen. marco rubio/(r) presidential candidate) "he's like 6'2 which is why i don't understand why his hands are the size of someone who is 5'2.""you know what they say about men with small handsa&" (audience laughter)for the democrats, a somewhat more cordial tone following clinton's big win in saturday's south carolina primary.(clinton) "i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race."(sen. bernie sanders
congratulate secretary clinton on her very strong victory." clinton, saving her most pointed attacks for the g-o-p, taking direct aim at trump's campaign slogan: (hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate) "we don't need to make america great again. america has never stopped being great."i'm reid binion, reporting 3 3 the sanders campaign will open an office in western north carolina tonight at six. fresh-off the big loss in south carolina, bernie sanders backers took to the streets of asheville over the weekend. "w-n-c for bernie" held a rally at "new mountain", before the large crowd marched downtown to pack square. they say their candidate's grassroots fundraising approach is the right way to run a campaign. 3 the extent to which money in politics has tipped the scale is quite possibly passed the tipping point and if not it's so close that if there's anyway of saving it we need to do it now. there will be an open house tonight at the space on highway-70 in swannanoa, right across from ingles. 3 3 four people are killed in a plane crash in texas. that is making headlines this morning.
3 it happened yesterday in navasota, about 60-miles northwest of houston. authorities say they found the wreckage of the single-engine aircraft in a wooded area near the municipal airport. the federal aviation administration is investigating. 3 a teenager who police say was armed with a broomstick, was shot and critically injured by officers in utah. authorities say two officers were called saturday night, to break-up a fight near a downtown homeless shelter. they say police arrived to find a 17-year-old hitting another person with a broom-stick. authorities say the teen tried to attack the officers, and they opened- fire. after the shooting, onlookers started throwing rocks and bottles at police. 3 "disneyland" in california and "walt disney world" in florida now have demand-based pricing. as of yesterday, the parks will charge three different rates, depending on time of year ... for a single- day ticket. the calendar will be divided into value, regular and peak periods. a regular pass, for most weekends and summer weeks goes up to 105- dollars. the peak-day price
3 the third time was not the charm for the private space company space-x. the company called off the launch of its falcon-nine rocket last night, after two similar cancellations in recent days. space-x says on its website the rocket and its payload are fine. but it is not saying why the launch was scrubbed again. the rocket carries a satellite that would bring internet and phone access to millions of people in asia. 3 3 3 3 hundreds of physical therapists across north carolina are now getting into an extra line of work. they are now using needles to treat patient's pain. it is called dry needling. there is currently no minimum training requirement. a lawsuit cites an asheville case where a patient suffered a collapsed lung as a result of the therapy. 3 we are told we are in charge of the practice of acupuncture in the state and we are to protect the public tonight at 11 news 13 investigates the battle between acupuncturists and physical therapists over dry needling. plus, we look
step in the keep patients safe. 3 3 3 a rock slide complicates a commute. coming up... how long this strech of highway will be shut down. 3 we have been talking about the oscars all morning long. and we want to know: what was your favorite moment of the night? head to the wlos facebook page and weigh in. we'll share some of your comments at six. 3 3 for just $4 you can get an everyday value slam, all you can eat pancakes, our new biscuits smothered in sausage gravy,
3 a section of interstate-75 in tennessee could be off-limits to drivers for weeks. the state d-o-t is assessing a rock slide on the highway. the slide hit the interstate in campbell county friday afternoon, shutting it down in both directions. state troopers say there are eight separate spots on the interstate that need to be blocked off. the highway patrol is re-directing traffic to other roads in the area. officials still expect heavy back-ups during the afternoon rush hour weekdays. 3 3 3 the time is now 5:xx. it was a packed night.. filled with controversy, music and awards. all the highlights from the 88th academy awards next in a
3 it was an interesting night at the 88th academy awards. entertainment reporter kidd o'shea was live from the red carpet during the night and saw many of the celebrities before they headed into the dolby theater. kidd- what was the atmosphere like? 3 3 it was the topic that had to be 3 discussed, the lack of diversity with this years oscars nominations, host chris rock didn't waste anytime, hitting the topic head ona&even calling hollywood stuff was out of the way we saw what it would have looked
featured more black actors (whoopi)and the jokes continued (chris rock , and we're black) 9:18pthere were some awards handed out as well ( mad max, mad max, mad max, mad max,mad max) it was a big night for mad max, fury road in between all of the mad max awards , there were a few performances as well including this show stopping moment from lady gaga(gaga)the big awards of the night went to brie larson for best actress(thank you)best picture went to spotlight(thank you)and finally, leonardo dicaprio won
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the nasdaq up eight points to end the day 45-90. 3 3 looking for an even cheaper way to fly? the cost may be lower, but you'll have to give up a few comforts. some of the larger airlines have created a new class called "basic economy." according to the "the economist" passengers who use this service will not be able to reserve seats, upgrade them or cancel reservations more than 24 hours after booking. delta was the first to introduce the service. united and american are expected to roll out their versions later this year. 3 speaking of air travel one lawmaker is looking to make sure you don't get packed like a sardine. senator charles schumer says he wants the f- a-a to establish seat-size standards for commercial airlines, the new york lawmaker claims seats have gotten smaller over the years and there's no federal limit on how much tighter they can get. f-a-a officials say they plan to review the senator's proposal. 3 citigroup receives a subpoena from federal prosecutors from the fifa bribery scandal. in a regulatory filing the
requested information on banking relationships with the organization. citigroup is the first large u.s. bank to receive such a notice. 3 3 3 3 here is a look at what you can expect for the next three days. 3 3 3 the time is now 5:xx. a few years later, and thousands of miles apart. a couple gets a surprise after sending a message in a bottle. where
>> holly: an atlanta couple got ooh surprise over the weekend from a stranger an ocean away. >> jay: ben and johnny threw a message and a wine bottle off the back of a cruise ship in 2012. >> ingrid: there was a phone number included saying call if found and a dollar bill that's all that ben had in their pocket at the time.
daughter's weddingfy leap, a man from france, found the number and called and hoped the number was still in service. >> jay: i want to charge him with littering. he was not listening to leonardo dicaprio last night. 41 degrees at the ashville airport, headlines, showing a returns. i will tell you when, and also extended forecast. our next half hour. >> lauren: mcdowell county dss is seeing a critical need for foster families. coming up, i'm ahead of a special meeting to get these children into foster homes. >> holly: a star-studded event ends with wins at the oscars.
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the theme of boy gets girl, or in this case, boy gets the oscar. >> and the oscar goes to, leonardo dicaprio. >> reporter: six nominations over 22 years and leonardo dicaprio is finally an oscar winner. >> i have to thank everyone from the very onset of my career, mr. kay ton jones, for casting me in my first film. brie larson won for "room," and host chris rock got in a dig at the oscars and a nod to the oscars so white movement. if they nominated a host, i wouldn't get the job. so you will be watching neil patrick harris right now. >> reporter: alley han degree knowry toe ( ) brought his career trophy couldn't to 4, he also won last year. the ensemble film "spotlight" took home the best picture. >> we hope to become a choir