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example right there at the bottom of the hour, and then eventually rock hill. then to the north we had strong thunderstorms earlier in the mountains. they de ease crewed in intensity intensity -- they decreased in intensity so it is busy out there in the evening hours. it looks like as we take you through the next few the chances of those showers and storms will go up. we think it will peak about 9:00 and then by 11:00 most should be moving off to the east again. your hour by hour forecast is remaining mild, but we want you to remain vigilant. that's the way it shapes up. more coming up in your forecast. >> maureen: stay up-to-date on the forecast and track the storms using the wbtv first alert weather app. it is free for your smartphone. continuing coverage now of a car into this building off independence boulevard. you can see that is a verizon store and you can see the crime scene tape there. the car is actually inside
you can see just the very back end of the vehicle went right through the storefront there. we are working to get new information about any possible injuries here. but as you can see they have to shore up the building front and make sure it is safe before anything else happens. we will continue to follow that throughout the evening. >> maureen: north carolina voters will head to the polls. the first ever march primary will have a number of candidates in the states today. first lady hillary clinton says she is the right person to beat donald trump. sara blake morgan is live where clinton will beholding an event tonight. what's the crowd like there now, sara blake? >> reporter: well, maureen, the line has gone down, but about 30 minutes ago it stretched pretty far and hundreds of people were waiting in line to hear hillary clinton speak. that is not slated to happen
but people are inside now ready and waiting for the former first lady and the former secretary of state. recent polls across the state have clinton leading bernie sanders for 20 if not 30 points. she was speaking in chicago and that's where she will be coming from. her husband bill stumping for her in greenville, north north. greenville, north carolina. a lot of women, young women like a 20-year-old i spoke to who is voting for the years. i feel like she is so strong, and she's not afraid of anything. thz what we need -- that's what we need. >> reporter: again hillary is slated to take the stage here at 9:15 tonight. from here she will head to washington, d.c. tonight at 11:00, we will bring you a full recap. for now, reporting in charlotte, sara blake morgan, wbtv on your side. >> maureen: also in town
candidate bernie sanders. this is an event he held at the pavilion. you can see there was quite a crowd there. the state's primary is just hours away and voters have a good bit to decide on. some of the key races on the ballot include the presidential preference, north carolina governor and the state attorney general. some voters will also have congressional races listed on the ballot, but they won't count. pamela escobar explains why now on "primetime." >> reporter: the p director of elections wants people to vote tomorrow even if they are confused by voter id or the congressional races. >> the colors you see on there now are the old districts. >> reporter: the courts have said these congressional districts are not valid in america mecklenburg county. he is waiting to find out what the new lines will be like. he says when you vote on march 15th, you will see a spot to cast a vote for the u.s. house of representative. whether you select a person or
the same thing happened during the early voting. he said 55,000 people cast ballots in mecklenburg county and said they were successful in locking in their votes for all of the other races. some people seem to understand the id you are -- id requirements. if you don't have one on you at the time you go to the polls he wants you to vote. instead of using a machine you will fill out a paper ballot. >> if you don't have one because i lost my driver's license you will vote a provisional ballot and after the election we will do the research and vote your ballot after that. >> reporter: if you did file a provisional ballot you will have until next monday to show a valid id. in charlotte, pamela escobar, wbtv on your side. >> maureen: you have lots of time to get out and vote tomorrow. polls open at 6:30 in the morning and close at 7:30 tomorrow night. also holding
kasich's home states. rubio said kasich was the best chance to beat donald trump in ohio. when asked by cnn if he was telling rubio supporters in ohio to vote for kasich he responded, yes, my answer is john kascih is one candidate in ohio that can beat done national trump. beat donald trump. it is two percentage points in ohio and rubio is trailing by 14 percentage points in his home state of florida. stay with wbtv for all of your campaign 2016 coverage. we have a full wrap up of the primary results coming your way on wbtv news at 11:00. >> maureen: new on "preem time" we -- new on" primetime" the deputies have identified the two men killed at terry price, junior and shabez. shabez shot price, his step-son and then according to
himself as officers arrived on connors street. authorities have not said what lead up to the shooting. >> maureen: a judge ruled three children who went nearly 20 hours last week will stay in protective custody. they were found locked in a closet. they wra -- they were missing a full day. they were in an abandoned trailer. detectives need to further investigate the circumstances surrounding the disappearance. they will have supervised visits with their family members for right now. up next on "primetime" a teenager accused of killing his next door neighbor and trying to join isis will face the death penalty in his trial. what the teen's father has to say about it all coming up. plus, a north carolina man's
overturned because his lawyer -fell asleep in court.-it is the same lawyer that-once ran for americ-mecklenburg county sheriff.-and this horse in -three-piece suit is settin-the record straight among na-sayers.-you are watching "primetime-your only live, local news at-7:00.-back in 90 seconds. if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top
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not just the powerful few. she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong. and makes their mothers' fight for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton.
she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong. and makes their mothers' fight for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned
by indifference. we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton.
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