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gunned down at a chapel hill apartment complex. the tributes on two triangle university campuses. john: good morning, carolina, welcome on wednesday february 10. 25 degrees at 5:00. i'm john clark. barbara: i'm barbara gibbs. we will have more but first meteorologist don schwenneker in the first alert storm center. explain yourself, young man. don: i have nothing to do with it. i just talk about it. we are talking about colder temperatures. it is colder this morning and we stay cold erer throughout the day. the next 12 hours, we don't climb as high as the last couple of days. currently 25 roxboro and chapel hill. 22 sanford. 28 goldsboro. 27 fayetteville. 18 is the wind-chill in wake county. 19 louisburg and roxboro. 17 southern pines. looking at the day ahead. 25 now and mainly clear. by lunchtime partly sunny and 39 degrees.
only in the 40's. we are at least 10 or more degrees below normal for this time of year. we will talk more about there cold day an catch and we have colder -- on tap and we have a chance of snowflakes. barbara: authorities arrest a second person in the murder of a raleigh cab driver. 27-year-old conrad patterson of zebulon was booked in the wake county jail last night and due in court today. jose dominguez was shot to death monday in the parking lot of the hodges creek apartments. one person 25-year-old major edwards jr. is charged. john: the race for the white house may be wide open. republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders are the winners of the new hampshire big winners. but it is the second place finisher in the g.o.p. john
reporter: donald trump and democrat bernie sanders victorious in new hampshire. >> we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before. >> together we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington. reporter: the outsiders crush their competition. the voters in the granite state angry at washington, worried about the economy and looking for honesty, not electability. emerging from the pack of republican governors a surprise second place finish are ohio governor john kasich. >> if you don't have a seat belt go get one. reporter: the fight for third is between ted cruz. >> your victory tonight has left the washington cartel utterly terrified. reporter: jeb bush. >> it looks like you have reset reset. reporter: and marco rubio who admitted saturday night's debate
>> that will never happen again. reporter: a tough night for democratic front-runner hillary clinton who promised supporters she is marching on to the nomination. >> now we take this campaign to the entire country and we are and every state. . her opponent proved he won't be so easy to shake off. today it is on to the next one, south carolina, the g.o.p. primary next week and new jersey governor chris christie headed home to decide if he will stay in the race. >> i'm caitlin knute. other political news for you haven't vice president joe biden at duke university taking part in a discussion about the so-called cancer moon shot the initiative to end cancer. that is 2:30 today.
of a laboratory at duke medical center. as a result you can expect road closures while his motorcade is traveling from r.d.u. to durham. for security reasons the secret service doesn't let us in on the route but it is probably a safe bet to expect i-40 and durham freeway to be affected around that time. look for tight security around duke university as well. john camp will be there and you can follow him for updates and we will post all the developments as they unfolds on the abc11 mobile app. john: thank you, caitlin. the ferguson city council of missouri accepting most of the reforms proposed in a consent agreement with the u.s. justice department. it was meant to fix problems identified in the justice department report last year including unconstitutional and discriminatory practices across the police force and municipal court system. critics say the changes could
ferguson has been under scrutiny ia barbara: one year ago a gunman took three local college students. today those students are remembered with special events at their schools. anthony wilson is live at university of north carolina chapel hill where two of them attended. anthony: razan abu-salah attended n.c. state and yusor abu-salha and deah barakat were dental students at u.n.c. both schools are honoring them today. there are scholarships, service
deah barakat, his wife yusor abu-salha, and her younger sister razan abu-salah. a year after their murders their parents are still learning how their loves have affected others. >> i went to the d.m.v. last week and did the paper work and she looked at me and we hurt. anthony: they kept them waiting for the trial. he said his daughters were killed execution style and times. their former neighbor awaits trial. the mother said she witnessed aggression from hicks toward her daughter. >> i didn't like the look and way he dressed. anthony: there's a memorial and vigil scheduled at u.n.c. this
at state there is a candlelight at 6:00. live from u.n.c. chapel hill anthony wilson, abc 11 eyewitness news. john: 5:07. an elementary school in phrourpbing. barbara: what we are learning about a beloved teacher kid in an accident. john: you will see flurries today but other parts of the state dealing with more than that. don: with the big story it is cold. we will talk about them coming up.
of our area and up to don: welcome back. let's talk bus stop forecast. as the kids head out the door you will want to bundle them up. it is a colder morning. temps only in the 20's and they will stay in the 20's through 9:00. numbers from across the region 25 roxboro, 24 objection torrid. 28 roanoke rapids and 25 south hill and 27 louisburg and 25 chapel hill, southern pines. 22 sanford, 27 favorite and 28 smithfield. looking at the day ahead mainly clear now and 25. by lunchtime 39 degrees under partly sunny skies and through the late day 40 degrees under partly sunny skies. lots of sunshine today, a few clouds, even colder temperatures for the weekend. we will talk about that in the seven-day forecast next. john: thank you, don. your commute could be tricky in the mountains with threats of black ice there. snow is adding unaround
more than three inches in some spots. d.o.t. crews have been working to keep roads open but it is not easy. getting around the outer banks is more difficult. three miles of highway 12 on ocracoke closed because of high water and sands. ferry service to and from hatteras suspended. a section of highway 12 in kit yty hawk is off limits for the same reason. it will remain through the morning according to the d.o.t. barbara: to the must-see videos we start with a windy ride for passengers on this flight landing at london city airport. gusts above 50 miles an hour gave pilots a fit. you see the jets fighting to stay on the run wiped at the
mother nature too strong make sure it stays under control. >> yeah. barbara: those cries are from the smallest surviving baby ever born at a north carolina hospital. this morning peggy wakes up for the first time at home. she was born last september 14 weeks early and weighed 10 ounces. that is about the weight of two baseballs. her progress nothing short of a miracle. >> she has done above and beyond what we expected. barbara: she is now nine times her birth weight. they are looking forward to getting to know her personality but they do not doubt she is a fighter. john: 10 ounces. barbara: that is amazing. john: good for her. 5:13. soldier on trial at fort bragg
caught in a botched demolition. john: breaking overnight a second arrest in the murder of a raleigh cab driver. 27-year-old conrad patterson of zebulon is expected to face a judge today for monday's shooting of jose dominguez. another man 25-year-old major edwards jr. was arrested tuesday. u.n.c. basketball coach roy williams said to be doing fine after collapsing during the game last night in boston. the team said he went down with a case of vertigo and this is
coach. and republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders are the big winners in the new hampshire primary. trump easily outpaced surprising second place finisher john kasich and sanders beat hillary clinton by almost two to one. barbara: there will be heavy hearts at a north carolina elementary school this morning a day after a beloved teacher was hit and killed by a bus. brandon kincaid was a second grade teacher and counselors are provided to students and staff. many witnessed it. his wife was expecting their first child. the case against the soldier held by the taliban five years after he walked off his post in afghanistan hits a snag. bowe bergdahl faces charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy which carries punish the up it life. the court-martial is set for
while an army court of criminal appeals considers a disagreement between the prosecution and defense about how to handle classified information. john: daimler a.g. is recalling more vehicles connected to problems with the takata air bags involving more than 840,000 vehicles including mercedes-benz cars and s.u.v.'s from the 2005 to 2014 model years. it includes 2007 to 2014 sprinter and freight line are advances. daimler says it is say royal caribbean should have known better.o port after hitting waves on the way to florida. government weather watchers say the storm was well advertised and alerts much sent out. royal caribbean is not commenting on the decision to
says conditions were "unexpectedly"unexpected "unexpectedly severe". barbara: a construction worker is lucky to survive this. he was operating an excavator too close to the building when that wall came down on him. the worker walked away unharmed but what a story he has to tell this morning. john: somebody didn't plan that out right. barbara: no. the person there was laughing. don: that is disturbing. john: glad it worked out. barbara: maybe they didn't know somebody was in there. that is is scary. john: these temperatures are a little unnerving. it is called for february. don: i just ran out to get something out of the car and i recalled how cold it is. the next few days it will be colder. we will talk precipitation chances. friday i bumped this to 20%. there will be a coastal storm
showers back. i don't think it will make it east of 95. i think the better chance of precipitation is monday into tuesday. we will talk more about that in a moment and show you what is going on now. no precipitation. we are dry on the most powerful radar in the carolinas. live look into joined raleigh and 25 degrees, dew point 13, 60% humidity. west wind six. wind chill down into the teens. fayetteville this morning you are at 28, 55% humidity and west wind four miles an hour. clear skies across the area and we are not seeing any cloud cover especially looking up to the north not seeing any snow. we had snow south and east which is moving out. that big area of low pressure continues to sit up there and spin and throw cold air in and we will 10 it see cold -- continue to see cold the next couple of days. this is the first alert predictor forecast model.
the region running into the 30's still. we will see a little cloud cover working through. late day partly sunny skies. now, you will notice by tonight the skies clear out and with the clear skies any heat we build up will shoot right back up into space and we will see radiational cooling and it will be cold. today in raleigh only into the 30's. lunchtime we are still just 39 degrees. this afternoon partly sunny and low 40's for a colder day than yesterday. temperatures across the region, do you recall going to 42 today. 41 chapel hill. 42 cary, 42 garner, 42 holly springs. 45 fayetteville. 37 lumberton. 44 goldsboro, 42 sanford, 43 pinehurst. 39 roxboro, 38 in south hill. 45 in tarboro and 42 in rocky mount. tonight the temps colder. 21 raleigh. 19 henderson, 24 fayetteville and first alert seven-day
tomorrow temperatures back into the 30's. friday partly sunny. i don't think that system will put enough moisture into our area so i think we will just have partly sunny skies. but just chance of a sprinkle or snowflake down south and east. saturday we clear out, 36. sunday clear and sunny for valentine's day but cold feel just 30 degrees. monday for presidents day the clouds build in and at this point it looks like we could see rain, sleet or snow. all three a factor possibly. monday night into tuesday we are close to the freezing point and could see mixed precipitation into tuesday. six days off, 40% chance. not exactly excited about it yet but it is something to keep an eye on into next week. barbara: nice to know ahead of time. it is 5:22 and 25 degrees. disney not ready to let it go. john: they have been singing it.
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drivers in nine midwest states could see them below a dollar a gallon next week. nearly 90% of us pay less than $2 a gallon. if you have had enough of squeezing into your seat on a plane of member of congress was the pain. tomorrow legislation will be introduced to force the f.a.a. to agree it a minimum size. they say it is a matter of health and safety not to mention comfort. flying onward and upward disney announcing "frozen" heading to broadway in the spring of 2018. it has earned nearly $1.3 billion at the box office. >> which is the raoepbeason disney won't let it go. folks. john: it is coming. barbara: why would you let it go. john: i haven't seep it yet. i know, the old person in america. disney is the parent company of abc.
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barbara: a second arrest made in the death of a wake county cab driver. john: body found on the side of the road in fayetteville police naming the victim and person interest. barbara: scare on the court for coach roy williams. what the team says about his condition this morning. good morning, carolina, welcome on wednesday february 10, 25 degrees and 5:30. i'm barbara gibbs. john: i'm john clark. grab your heavy coat. we are locked into a chiller the long haul. barbara: meteorologist don schwenneker. could we see snowflakes today? don: not today but we will see some in the seven-day.