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>> it happened just afternoon in downtown raleigh. michael, what's the latest? >> first i want to draw your attention here to bragg street. at any given time there have been last 200 people out here. the shooting happened just afternoon behind these homes along east street. witnesses say they heard # 6 to 7 gunshots. raleigh police chief says an officer was trying to arrest a man wand on a felony drug charge. his relatives have identified the man who was 24. neighbors who were hearsay he was shot in the back but police would not say where on his body he was shot. police say they found a firearm near his body. the chief would not answer questions from reporters. people in this neighborhood calling on police to be open about what happened especially considering the victim in this
>> stuff like this makes it dangerous for my kids because now you've got the community mad. >> the multiple follow-up investigations that are custom hear in a situation such as this are still in their early stages. as always, these investigations will be conducted thoroughly. >> the state bureau of investigation is handling the criminal investigation meanwhile the raleigh police department is conducting its own internal investigation. an initial written report is going to go to the city managers's office in five business day. >> still a very active scene. thank you. we have team coverage of this afternoon shooting. amy, you talked with witness and the neighbors, how they reacting to this? >> reporter: well, there is a lot of tension here between the community and police. michael touched upon that but behind me
has since reopened there are a lot of people who are still out here continuing to talk to family members, to talk with one another to try to wrap their minds around what's happened here, and the first and foremost they want accountability, one telling me her son was the one shot and killed by police but that's what she's been told by those who live around here and who saw it. folks have been coming right up to the police tape that have been up here. some words were exchanged but it remained peaceful. she crossed the tape several times and spoke with investigators but she tells me they haven't been able to clarify or identify the a man who was shot and killed by police. she admits her son wasn't perfect but says it doesn't add up. >> he was unarmed and run away. they couldn't catch him. he jumped the fence and shot at him 7 times. >> we do this to our selves but now what do you say, this is the question that's going through my
now, what do i say? what do i tell the people now? >> reporter: community leaders urging the community neighbors here to give the police the time to investigate. how long that will take we just don't know but at this point i'm told that there is a vigil that will take place at 7:00. we'll have a crew out and have more coming up tonight at 11 o'clock. >> continuing our team coverage raleigh mayor is calling the shooting a quote sad and terrible situation. it comes just hours before the raleigh police chief was schedule today give the mayor and city council an update on body cameras. north carolina reporter has more on why some say the shooting highlights the need for body cameras. >> you know, this is obviously sad situation, a very sad by the news. >> a discussion about body cameras postponed after the police chief could not make the hearing due to a shooting.
aclu is calling for body cameras and a policy that promotes transparence and accountability even bore monday's shooting. >> the drafting of the policies really is where the rubber meets the road in terms of how effective they're going to be. >> well issues have created obstacles for other agencies as they consider policies such as when the camera should be turned on and off many in the community think cameras essential to build trust with police. >> instead of he said she said. >> documents, what happens, so i think it's good for all concerned. >> as the city considers the cost, the mayor says it's too early to tell if they would have made a difference on monday. >> the primary thing is that we don't want these situations to happen in the first place the counsel says they'll reschedule the hearing. >> earlier this month durham city council decided to put off
of a durham police policy of not releasing the video but they're expected to pick up the issue again in early owe march. chapel hill police saying they're looking for a man who exposed himself near unc campus. now, a man in a red car asked a woman for directions when she approached him police say she realized he was naked from the the waste done and then the man she got students received an alert by the incident today. to happen. you haven't have to walk around and worry about that happen to you on your own college campus >> another group of people reported a similar suspicious person around the same time but did not approach his car. after more than 20 years a family finally has justice in
university student a jury found lawling guilty of the murder are in a 1996 death of mcqueen. he was originaled arrested and charged in 1997 but those charges were later dropped. right now folks filing into southeast raleigh high school for a forum on academic gaps. it shows black students on average lagging behind white students in academic purchases and they're being suspended at a much higher rate. our news team is at the meeting which starts at 6:30 and we'll have a full report coming up tonight at 11. meanwhile a new report shows african american male recess suspended from school nearly four times more often than white males. we spoke with the school district superintendent. >> dr. frank till says this is
he agrees it's a problem. numbers here pertain to short-term suspensions that's ten days or less. a new report by the state board of education found during the 2014-2015 school year more than 4,500 black males were suspended compared to nearly 1,100 white males suspended. various city leaders and other officials now planning to meet with dr. till. >> we're looking at programs that would address some of the learning styles of students and make sure that the learning style not exacerbating our students. we're looking at programs working with the community around trying to find ways to get the community more involved through mentoring, big brothers, so find a friend. >> also noteworthy the student demo graphics 45% of students black, 31% white and 11% hispanic. he says there's good news here, the district is
long-term suspensions, also the graduation rate is up and their drop out rate is down. well the end of an era for the hurricanes as the team traded away eric staal. and this was the last day of february even though we had temperatures in the 70s, a little cooler tonight, but flat out cold later this week and we'll add in some rain. i'll tell you when that wet weather gets here coming up. i was prepared to have a disabled child for life.
ruin lives but breaking news right now out of new york a magistrate judge siding with apple saying the justice department cannot force the tech giant to create software that would allow access to locked phones. this comes after they tried to access the phone of one of the two shooters in the san bernardino shooting. children under the age of 12 is banned from visiting the hospital. it's designed to minimize the stressed of the flue. so far only four people have died but at this time last
hpv is by car the most commonly sexually transmitted infection in the u.s. but the vaccine is highly debated. >> the cdc says all children should get it. >> reporter: well it all comes to risk versus benefits. doctors say the vaccine can prevent cancer but some parents say it made their children incredibly sick and why schools involved. >> we're talking about a real ability to prevent cancers. >> i was a little bit appalled and taken back. >> this information is provided to all parents and guardians of students in 5th through 12th grade. >> why this is a school issue? >> there's constant pain. >> i started reading these stories about girls dying from it and i was scared. >> this has become politically charged. >> don't just jump and get the vaccine because you're getting something from the school district.
million people in the u.s. and 14 million more contract it every year. >> it is one of the most common infections that we have in the united states. >> this virus actually causes cancers. >> the fda approved the vaccine in 2006, now, the cdc recommends it for 11 and 12-year old girls and boys. >> the reason at 11 and 12 is because we want to do it before a person is sexually active. >> i feel it's a better situation when you can say i can take it shot and be guarded against a lot of other things. >> i just recently lost my mother, so to know that this is something that can almost prevent that or aid the process to prevent it of course i'm for it. >> and they say it's more effective in younger children. >> i paid a decision to give it to my daughter at age 9. >> but not everyone is in support. >> i was prepared to have a
>> she's quick to tell you she's not against vaccineses. her daughter got them in 8th grade. >> each time she got it she became sick but the third day disabled her completely. she couldn't do anything. >> it was followed by intense headaches and dizziness and new york is that and very severe stomach pain. that was probably the worst. >> after hearing similar stories online she believes the problems were caused by the vaccine. >> i went to duke and they said it was vaccine. >> being this pain all the time was really tough. >> there risks? >> the risks really really minimal the rate of any serious event is really incredibly low less than 1%. >> we didn't talk about the specific case but in the past
people in our state have successfully gotten the vaccine. >> but there's another concern. >> hello this is the director of health services for the wake county public school system. >> i was a little take aback as to why the school book calling about a vaccine such as this. >> she was quite upset when she got this call. >> when you send a form home that says get vaccinated in big bold letters i think they're making a statement when they follow it up with phone calls to confirm that you got the form and should be considering the vaccination, yes i think they're trying to push it as opposed to providing information. >> i don't think the school should have the right to push vaccines on parents >> we found it's state law to provide information to parents about hpv. >> i had no idea that was state law. >> but it doesn't specifically
asked wake county schools why they do it. >> so sending the information is the most cost effective way for us to send it out. if we were to send it out via flier it would cost upwards of $10,000. >> it's not mandatory so at this point it's up to parents to decide. >> have a conversation with your physician. i hesitate to have people just go and do their own independent research because there's so much misinformation on the web. >> do i really want to take the chance when i get that vaccine. they should have a choice not have that pushed on them. >> now, a website is setup documenting dozens of stories. >> she recommends parents get the information from the cdc and we have both those links on which are website. >> anybody can enter an adverse event. we also have links to that on our website as well.
thank you. i'm in the weather center now, and you know, we heard it was going to be beautiful but it was one of those things that you had to walk outside to feel for yourself to believe it. >> i heard that too. >> i wonder who told you that. >> two weeks ago when we left for work and school it was 15 degrees and today we just blew it out of the water 73. unfortunately this is going to be the warmest day the rest of the week. normal high for the end of february is 59 degrees and yeah, it's still february '73 today. 69 tomorrow, so not as warm but get out there tomorrow because looks what's happening later this week. we cool off and throw in a couple of chances of rain and by friday we don't get out of the 40s. are out there right now you a super sun set, we just missed it about 10 minutes after 6:00. this is obviously to the west here in north raleigh it is still 67 degrees so you can
really cold tonight and most of us in the upper 60 to say low 70s. again our high today in raleigh was 73 down in fayetteville it was 74 degrees and hour by hour through tomorrow morning you can see we're going to keep did dry, we're going to keep it mostly clear. by 8:00 we're down to 55 and then 50 at 10. overnight we drop into the 40s and out the door tomorrow morning 40 degrees that's about ten degrees colder than where we are this morning. and there are two cold front coming our way on the big picture. unfortunately we say goodbye to high pressure that brought that you say nice week attend we all heard about and of course today's good weather. this so kind of broken up through tonight. no rain, no clouds with it slightly cooler and breezy conditions tomorrow. but it's this cold front up in the midwest that will be here on wednesday with our serious cool down and with our next chance of rain. picking things up tomorrow morning, again you'll need a coat us a leave for work and school.
the day by 5:00 we've got a couple clouds smear there you see a few specs of rain mainly to our west that's thought going to get in here. tomorrow. so tuesday night into wednesday that's when we'll see some showers including the early morning hours of wednesday and look what we've got on wednesday morning's commute scattered showers not severe, or flooding but rain nonetheless with the cold front and by 9 or 10 o'clock that rain is out of here and we're back to sunny skies. tomorrow a high of 69 here in raleigh, 68 in durham, 72 down in fayetteville. and your 7-day forecast for the first day of march tomorrow will be almost as nice as today, there's the rain wednesday morning but a high of only 57 then 53 on thursday, cold on friday, can't believe i'm saying that after 73 today we're also going to mix in some chilly rain and then we get into the first
got highs in the mid-50s, but overnight lows in the 30s. so again, i know it was 73 today but watch out. thursday and friday morning temperatures will start off in the 30s. >> so march comes in like a last time be. >> march -- it's all messed up this year because of the leap day. so no old wife's tales. >> could be worse. >> exactly. well, once the second overall pick by the carolina can hurricanes center eric staal now has a new home. we'll hear from the gene if you're going to say "better ingredients. better pizza." you better deliver. which is why i'm introducing our new papa's quality guarantee: love your pizza, or get another one, absolutely free. get any large pizza up to 5-toppings for just $9.99. online only.
sad news for many hurricane fans over the weekend as eric staal was traded away. >> we have more on staal's new team. >> he'll make his ranger debut tonight suiting up for his new team of the former captain had been traded yesterday. he'll now play with another one of his brothers mark and i might have to apologize to his sibling. remember this from a few years can ago staal versus staal, the blasting his brother. let's assume the two have moved on from this, the fact that eric staal this destination was the only one he wanted to do >> i think it was no secret that his brother is mark there so if he had to go some place that was a place that he would like to go. you know, as i said, yes, i don't want to get into the
gave me or didn't give me but the fact of the matter was -- >> the final day of the nhl trade deadline was a show down, lawes to boston and final a day and age with the best basketball players the heels of not one but two outstanding seniors and play the final home games tonight. johnson just might be the player of the year. and how about page he could have left school for properties after his sophomore year but decide today stay. they hope to keep a share tonight. >> johnson is looking great. >> he's had a great season. he's starting get it this year. >> and going back to staal he's
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