breaking overnight---el paso police are investigating a homicide near a northeast middle school. the latest from our 'round the clock news team live on the scene. plus--- chaos and protests overnight as demonstrators rally on a busy highway in response to a deadly police- shooting. plus-- new details on the suspected new york city bomber. --- what the f-b-i uncovered about a possible motive, as he faces more charges this morning. " " breaking news this morning--- protests overnight in north carolina after the fatal police shooting of a black man in charlotte. demonstrators shut down this busy interstate. at least a dozen officers were injured. tv footage shows dozens of protesters on the highway facing a line of police. we'll have the latest from charlotte coming up, but first-- we have breaking news here in the borderland. i'm stephanie valle. and i'm hillary floren. el paso police are investigating a homicide near a northeast middle school. it began around 2 this morning the 4- thousand block of lawrence. that's near la-farelle middle school. that's where we find good morning el paso's denise olivas live ... denise? thanks denise-- now to the forecast... as additional moisture moves in on wednesday, thunderstorms will spread to all areas. a few storms moves in on wednesday, thunderstorms will spread to all areas. a few storms may produce heavy rain as additional moisture moves in on wednesday, thunderstorms will spread to all areas. a few storms may produce heavy rain and local flooding. the remains of paine will sweep across new mexico thursday, likely ending most thunderstorm activity. drier southwest flow then moves in to keep most of the weekend dry. by sunday night and monday, moist low level southeast flow combined with a developing upper low over new mexico and arizona will bring a chance of thunderstorms back to the area. temperatures will remain above normal through saturday, before falling to below normal sunday into next week as clouds increase. violent protests lasting through the night in charlotte north carolina.. more than a dozen police officers have been hurt while protestors smash police cruisers and block traffic. abc's kendis gibson has the latest.. in our breaking news coverage. :48 ovenright, chaos in charlotte. nats protesters hitting the streets. clashing with police in riot gear. and damaging at least one police vehicle. nats demonstraters then converging on an interstate. and surrounding several 18 wheelers. sot "the in the trailer.. noo.. they on the back of trailer as we speak right now.!" the protesters.. pulling out the truck's conents.. and starting a fire. and a television news crew retreated from the scene... after demonstrators began rocking their remote van.. and smashed a window. nats the crowd gathered after police shot and killed 43 year old keith lamont scott yesterday afternoon. police say scott got out of his car holding a firearm and posed a threat. sot --at this point all we know is there in the apartment complex parking lot this subject gets out with a weapon, they engage him and one of the officers felt a lethal threat and fired his weapon because of it. investigators say they recovered the weapon that scott was carrying but the man's family says he was disabled, holding a book not a gun and was reading this morning the mayor of charlotte pleading for calm and promising answers kendis gibson, abc news new york suggested anchor tag: the officer involved in the shooting has been placed on administrative leave - a normal procedure following a police involved shooting. traffic is moving again on i-85... we'll continue to stay on top it. in oklahoma--- there was a demonstration in tulsa over the shooting of an there was a demonstration in tulsa over the shooting of an unarmed black man by police. hundreds of people rallied outside police headquarters calling for the firing of officer betty shelby, who shot 40-year-old terence crutcher during a confrontation in the middle of a road that was captured on police dashcam and helicopter video. oklahoma police say investigators found the drug pcp in the vehicle. attorneys for the family of terence crutcher say a discussion of drugs distracts from questions about the use of deadly force. continuing our complete coverage this morning to the investigation into the bombings this past weekend... ah-mad ra-hami is facing federal charges now after investigators say he planted a series of bombs in new york and new jersey. one bomb injured 31 people when it blew up on a busy manhattan street. rahami was captured monday after being wounded in a gunfight with police. he remains hospitalized. rahami is already facing state charges in connection with the shootout in new jersey. and we have more details into what investigators say they uncovered in a journal kept by the suspect. who rahmi praised in his writing coming up in just bit---on gmep. / 6-07... weather and traffic on the 7s... as additional moisture moves in on wednesday, thunderstorms will spread to all areas. a few storms may produce heavy rain and local flooding. the remains of paine will sweep across new mexico thursday, likely ending most thunderstorm activity. drier southwest flow then moves in to keep most of the weekend dry. by sunday night and monday, moist low level southeast flow combined with a developing upper low over new mexico and arizona will bring a chance of thunderstorms back to the area. temperatures will remain above normal through saturday, before falling to below normal sunday into next week as clouds increase. ...abc-7 traffic track ... now it's time to take a look at the tx-dot traffic cams... we still have much more to come here on gmep-- a new group here in the borderland is trying to rally voters against the on gmep-- a new group here in the borderland is trying to rally voters against the proposed e-p-i-s-d bond---why these protesters say the district doesn't need the money. and this is abc-7, where news comes first! the el paso independent school district is trying to get voters to approve a $669 million dollar bond in november. but now... there's a group against the bond that's