Listen: North Carolina, Bulls And First Degree Murder discussed on The CBS Evening News
"And it's primarily moving east of the little bit of a northerly component. But a big old high pressure on the northeast preventing it from going there. But you look at like areas around the panhandle tomorrow afternoon. Big rain, take a look around that area of the mountains in North Carolina. Because right here is where we really think the bulls is going to be places like Asheville, North Carolina could be seeing a lot of snow then it system sort of pushes out of here by the time. Eat the Monday, we're pretty much done with it put down a lot of snow, and we're talking a lot of snow this area should in pink. And again, these are the mountains western North Carolina. We're talking one two feet of snow out of the system. And now, you gotta remember it's gonna go from rain at one point two snow back to ring in between some icing out there. I one of the officials say how this is not like a Christmas present this is not some real dangerous stuff out there. No, not at all time to be careful Lonnie. Thank you very much. There is a guilty verdict tonight. In a murder that stunned of the country, the killing of a civil rights activist was part of a protest at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The jury convicted a young man prosecutors said was driven by hate. Don daler is at the courthouse. Jurors took seven hours to convict twenty one year old James fields junior of all ten counts, including first degree murder. Malicious wounding at failure to stop at the scene of."