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2 car. a look at the damage possibly the splitter area. he thought also he might have gotten a little bit -- you see them trying to push that hood down. they're going to have to try to seal that off with big bear bond. you can see them going to work right there. also an update on the 11 of denny hamlin. mike wheeler told him as soon as the caution came out, save, save, save, save, save. they feel they've got one shot here in overtime. >> man. >> mike wheeler. he's got to be chewing his fingernails off. >> you can save all you want but the bank's not paying a lot of interest. >> no, but i believe the number of cautions we've had, even with the overtime, i still believe they're in pretty good shape. but how about this. the first race of 2016, we'll have an overtime. >> that's right. >> we're going to check out this new procedure that we have, that nascar's implemented with the nascar overtime. i would say that, yeah, he can handle maybe one overtime.
can handle a lot of overtime. >> i think we're pretty optimistic we're goingre going to have any cars left to do overtime. >> let's check with vince. >> jeff gordon described it as bumper cars, kyle. what'd you see out there? not much lace for you to go. >> no, i seen the 19 and the 2 really fighting for a spot. for my vantage point that's all i could see. i could tell we were going to wreck. i tried to check up a little bit. then it's on from behind me. but nothing else you can do from there, i guess vr it's funny when the guys behind you get through the wreck and they're able to go on the rest of the way. i hated for our m&m camry -- still pushing to 13, working really good together. i was going to push him to see if i couldn't get farther, give ourselves a chance to win. hopefully benefit our teammates can do it. >> thanks, kyle. >> thanks, tell mates denny hamlin and and matt kenseth running first and fourth. >> wow, a lot of damage there. >> wow.
or . influenced a generation with judges, lawyers, and students and profoundly shaped the legal entity. >> kind words from president obama and others on the sudden passing of supreme court justice antonin scalia. the president says he plans to i'm cathryn brown. >> and i'm ken smith. sources say justice scalia died of natural causes a day after quail hunting. he was known as a conservative
pat mccrory released a statement shortly after the news. mccrory called him an unapologetic defender of the constitution. we'll hear soon from a local attorney who knew him personally and we'll hear of his passing. politicians have wasted no time in analyzing how the next justice should be appointed. cullen browder is live with new details. i imagine no shortages of opinions there. >> reporter: here in greenville, south carolina. it was really one of the moments in the debate where all the republican candidates, the six republicans who are all running for president were in agreement in total reverence of former justice scalia. really talking about how
conservative justice scalia on the u.s. supreme court. tonight's debate started at 9:00 as the candidates walked out on the stage. for the first 15 minutes, the entire debate was focused just on the passing of justice scalia scalia. and also what to do now. and the candidates were in agreement they were going to do everything they can to try to block president ama from appointing the next supreme court justice scalia. so it moved from that to a fight over foreign policy between donald trump and george w. bush in over russia's role in fighting isis. >> senator rubio -- and the stakes for this election for this year where the senate, the senate needs to stand strong and say, we're not going to give up the u.s. supreme court for a generation by allowing barack obama to make one more liberal appointee. >> reporter: create a coalition on the ground with our special
create instability. you can't do that -- >> we're supporting we don't even know who they are. >> this is ridiculous. >> we're supporting troops we don't even know who they are! you have no idea who they are! >> reporter: so, again, that was just one of the dustups between donald trump and george -- excuse me, jeb bush. but a lot of people were thinking the fight was really going to be between senator ted cruz and donald trump. we're now an hour into this debate. they're talking taxes. eye lkg number of different issues, including foreign policy. we're going to come back at 11:00 over on wral to wrap up the debate for you. back to you. >> very fiery night for those candidates. wral's cullen browder live in greenville, south carolina. an attorney right here in the triangle knew justice scalia scalia quite well. their friendship date back during the reagan administration.
with more on that -- candace sweat joins us with more. >> he certainly has an opinion. but he says justice scalia scalia was a kind and decent man who also happened to be an icon. >> reporter: as a young lawyer lawyer, howard was an admirer of justice scalia scalia, became friends and even hunting buddies. >> you can't find a guy with that kind of power back in the court, especially in these deplorable times. >> reporter: howard realizes there are many different views of his friend. scalia took a conservative stance on controversial issues, including abortion, lbgt rights, and affirmative action. still, scalia was idealized and howard says his intellect is the reason why even those who disagree with him at least respected him. >> you know, regardless of a person's ideal apology, everyone respected him.
him. >> reporter: president ronald reagan named scalia to the high court in 1986. and he quickly gained a reputation for himself. >> i antonin scalia do solemnly swear -- >> larger than life. someone who embraced the law and a life beyond the court. >> reporter: as for who will replace scalia, howard who's worked on three confirmations himself, doubts there will be a confirmation process during the presidency. >> when i worked then, we would spend weeks in the bowels of the ronald reagan library in california digging up old records yet to be archived by the national archives to be able to produce them to the senate. given it's also an election year. given you're going to have a congressional recess in the summer, there's just not enough time to get this done. >> reporter: and it's not clear
death will impact the north carolina voting max case. the state appealed to the supreme court this week after three judges refused to delay an order to redraw the congressional district's map. ken? >> candace sweat reporting live candace, thanks. you can look back on scalia's impact on the high court. you'll find statements on lawmakers, and more on the replacement. it's all on the home page of www.wral.com. to another big story in our area now. weather and whiteout conditions caused this deadly crash in pennsylvania this morning. it involved 60 vehicles and killed multiple people. investigators still don't have definite numbers because they're still searching through the wreckage. interstate 78 remains closed right now and will stay that way until at least midnight. investigators say the crash killed multiple people, as we mentioned. here at home, it is frigid
temperatures will dip into the teens before daybreak. aimee wilmoth over in the weather center now to explain how long this will stick around. aimee? >> reporter: getting closer to the teens in the northern communities. look at our temperatures at the 10:00 hour. 21 in roxboro and south hill. 25 in rocky mount. and 28 in fayetteville. already very cold out there. temperatures will continue to tumble as we progress through the next several hours. it will be very cold overnight tonight. by 2:00 in the morning in raleigh, you think we'll be around 19 degrees. so we'll be dipping down into those teens. >> and we'll finally bottom out around 15 degrees. i wouldn't rule out single digits for some of the outlying rural locations. again, it's just going to be bitterly cold into sunday. and really it stays cold all day. and once we get past tomorrow's cold, we'll really need to focus on monday's weather. a winter storm watch has been posted for much of the viewing area. we'll look at how this storm could impact our morning
for our evening commute as well. a lot to talk about for the next workweek. we'll have measure coming up. back to u. >> thanks [ chanting ] >> this is what democracy looks like!!! >> the march is organized each year by the state naacp and has known as the people's assembly. voting rights was a proponent of today's march. they say the loss of presence to vote especially among african americans. >> the vote is precious. and to take that away through manipulation and redistricting for greed purposes, it's a sin! >> demonstrators say that fighting what they call the aggressive policies of the republican-led legislature and governor pat mccrory, leader of the state republican party needs a respondent to the march. dallas woodhouse says the
proven track record with voters. >> by our good policies of lower taxes, lower regulation, photo i.d., more freedom for the people of north carolina, that will be the best get out the vote tool. and we will be utilizing that. >> woodhouse says the last several years, north carolina voters have rejected the moral march most ofment. he says the demonstrate stray -- movement. he says the demonstrators do not reflect the attitude of most north carolinians. two teens were recently picked up by immigration and customs enforcement. 18-year-old santos guzman and galvez were taken into custody the past month during ice raids. both teens left central america to avoid gangs. local church members fear both teens could be deported at any moment. a raleigh father outfitted with handicap features had a
he had his car about two miles away from his home this morning. it was damaged. no sign of the keys. our story aired and donations poured in. and leery is getting a new car. they're outfitting it with hand controls free of charge. >> good for him. >> uh-huh. it's been eight months since a benson man was found shot to death in his front yard. next, the murder mystery police are hoping you can help solve. >> and what we're learning