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midlands. wis news 10 at 6 -- starts now. good evening. i'm allie spillyards filling in for meaghan norman. thanks for joining us tonight. more than two dozen blocks in and around the leaphart road area in west columbia are still without water this afternoon. the water was shut off saturday morning to relocate several water lines due to an sc-dot road project. once completed the water line sprang a leak and now crews must fix that problem before the water is turned back on. right now -- the city can't give us a timeline for when the water will be back on. when water is restored people in the area will need to boil water for at least one full minute before using it. three men are behind bars for attempted murder. richland county deputies say just before 5:30
marlon gathers and jarivs hurst - who is not pictured - attacked and stabbed a man multiple times at the title max on broad river road. his condition's unknown. deputies tracked down the suspects in the 2000 block of ramsgate drive. they were transported to alvin s. glenn detention center while they await a hearing. richland county deputies are also investigating a crash scene as a murder. deputies say someone called in a motorcycle crash at long green parkway and churchland drive in columbia. when deputies arrived, the driver had a bullet wound to his upper body. if you have any information that can help investigators call crimestopprs at 1- 888-crime-sc. the dry weather will continue sunday expect mainly sunny skies but there will be a few passing clouds from a stationary front that is parked over the gulf coast states.
still calls for a continuation of dry and cool weather with highs near 60 another shot of cold air arrives tuesday as a cold canadian ridge of high pressure shifts southward, expect midweek highs to range from the middle 40s to the lower 50s during the daytime and overnight in the middle 20s. mother natate made it a messy 2015 for farmers across south carolina. that includes those in newberry county --- who say months after the historic floods, they're still seeing impacts from recent wet weather. our mike desumma joins us now from the overbridge farm in newberry with more on
allie it was just the latest chapter in what's been a rocky 12 months for area farmers. 2015 was not going well for some because of a lack of rain going into the fall. then the tide got reversed during the catastrophic floods of october. here at overbridge farms that's caused an impact on several of their crops. owner john long tells me much like on farms south of columbia his crops yields for cotton suffered. he says the lackckf rain resulted in a lower yield --- and the portions that did make it took a hit in quality because of the heavy rains. he says that was also the case with his soybean crop which he's now in the process of selling. right now he's simply hoping his wheat crop hich was just planted will have a good growing season going into next summer. but he says with all the recent looked like lakes and i think it was 4 inches in about
of unheard weather for this time of the year. we were scarededo say we really wantnt lot of rain..well now we've been getting a lot of rain we want it to be a little bit drier so." long says in all the weather has at least caused him to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars in crop yields. he says he and his fellow farmers u uhere are looking into any help the federal government can provide. for now they're just hoping this chillier weather will continue for the time being. live in newberry, mike desumma, wis news 10. time is ticking for victims of the october floods to apply for fema assistance -- and the small business administration says there is plenty of money to go around. news 10's charles molineaux spoke with fema representatives on how important it is to get your name in the pile. charles: a lot of this involves
this documentation, or can you just get your name in and provide the papers later. carl: absolutely! you can register first. you can do it over the phone 1-800- 621-fema. online disasterassistance.gov. the key is to get in by january 4th - the deadline. the paperwork can follow later. over the phone we'll ask specific questions. the owner of the house -- insurance papers and that. but the documentation can come later. the key is to register. charles: have people been responding - been getting their names in? carl: they have! we've had over 98,000 registered in this area. some 78-million dollars has gone out to the area back to the homeowners to get their home and property back up to speed. but the key is to get the registration. we'll follow up with the paper work later on. you have until midnight tomorrow to finish the application process online at disaster assistance dot gov. you can also call fema's hotline at 1-800-621- fema. president obama is reportedly moving ahead
powers to tighten gun laws. tomorrow ... he's meeting with the u-s attorney general to map out what he can do - legally. brian mooar has the story from washington. returning to washington to start his last year in office ... president obama is reportedly hoping to tighten gun laws - without the input of congress. but he's getting plenty of feedback from the candidates hoping to replace him. presidential candidate :13-:17 --- name super already on screen --- super already on screen in upper corner --- fox news sunday "if he wants to make changes to these laws, go to congress and convince the cities hit by gun violence on his watch ... the president will meet with his attorney general monday to talk about an executive order expanding background checks and restricting sales to some criminal suspects. presidential candidate :33-:39 super already on screen in upper corner - abc this week "criminals or people with mental issues, mental health issues, should not own guns. i think that's what the president is trying to do. republicans don't see it that
"his first impulse is always to take rights away from law-abiding citizens, and it's wrong." presidential candidate :47-:52 republicans vow they'll undo any obama orders on guns. presidential candidate :57-1:02 saturday/ biloxi, ms "i will veto that, i will unsign that so fast, so fast. presidential candidate too short to super? milford, nh "on my first day in office - they're gone." from the campaign trail ... to the white house - a new talking point in the debate over guns. it's not clear when the president will reveal his plans - but he has scheduled a now back to you. a possible freeze ahead -- von gaskin has the details. sunday night skies will finally clear out and the overnight lows wi settle in the middle 30s. another shot of cold air arrives monday as a cold canadian ridge of high pressure shifts southward, expect highs for the first day of the week to settle on the low 50s.
is rked over the gulf coast states. the forecast still calls for a continuation of dry and cool weather with highs near 60 another shot of cold air arrives tuesday as a cold canadian ridge of high pressure shifts southward, expect midweek highs to range from the middle 40s to the lower 50s during the daytime and overnight in
after christmas after a shooting at a chapel hill apartment complex. lauren haviland has the story. "it's unexpected." christmas day- maleah williams was one of many outside playing at this chapel hill apartment complex when she was shot. "it's a wake up call." the one-year-old died three days later. "nobody deserves to lose their life to some crazy gun violence. it makes it worse, because it's a baby." nearly a week after the shooting- maleah williams was laid to rest. hundreds filled chapel hill attended the funeral bought this t- shirt in honor of maleah... a new angel in heaven. "it's a precious life, so you've got to represent somehow." "i would not like to wear this shirt like this. she was
"with each t-shirt that is printed a portion of the proceeds will go back to maleah's family to help funeral expenses." as the t-shirt's say... maleah williams is gone, but not forgotten. "time makes stuff bearable, but it doesn't heal all pains." three men now face murder charges in the death of maleah williams. coming up in sportsts. carolina's living the perfect life on the court. up next... the usc women tip-off conference play at home. plus, we look back to the usc men's big victory last night. sports is next. carolina shakes off the rust to dominate its conference opener.
razorbrbks tied at 9 after o o. ==== second quarter carolina turns it on. tiffany mitchell sizes up and buries the triple. === later... tina roy... living the downtown life... drills one of her seven made threes. === carolina pulling away... mitchell drives... dishes to alaina coates in stride... for the easy up and under. part of a 22-to-3 gamecocks run. === usc runs the cla... visitors not welcome. a'ja wilson... the strong move inside... goes buckets. === mitchell again... with space to operate... pure touch on that release. count it. the gamecocks bash arkansas... 85-32... as they improve to 13-0. the usc men's squad opens upup conference play tuesday at auburn. carolina enters its sec opener... a sparkling 13-0... and ranked in the top 25 in both the ap and coaches polls. the gamecocks capped off non-conference play... undefeated... with a grind-it-out 86- 76 victory at home saturday over memphis. this game... real physical. it featured...
17 ties and 13 lead changes. usc showed its toughness... as they set program records for free throw attempts with 63 and free throws made in a game... with 46. carolina... for just the second time in team history... didn't drop a game in its non- conference slate. martin: "my first two years here, and the early part of conference play last year, these were always the kind of games we'd lose. cause we'd miss a shot. miss a lay up. our guys would kind of drop their head for a second, and the other team would go on that 11-2 run. create that separation we couldn't overcome the last three or four minutes. today we never did that. we stayed the course. stayed the course. stayed the course. then executed on offense. didn't turn it over... and made free throws." on the floor for the tigers saturday... irmo native jordan roper... shined in clemson's roper... made a career high... seven three pointers...
clemson defeated fsu 84-75. with the victory... the tigers improved to 8-6... and 1-1 in a-c-c play. time to talk about the biggest game of the year. clemson's showdown with alabama in the college football national title game. there are so many great story lines to choose from. bama's heisman trophy winning running back... against the top quarterback in the nation in clemson's deshaun watson. on the other side of the ball... two of the top six defenses in the country will try to dominate the trenches. something the tigers did very well in the orange bowl. clemson limited oklahoma to just 67 yards rushing for the game. gave up zero points in the second half... all without all-american lineman shaq lawson who suffered a game ending injury in the first quarter. after the tigers orange bowl win... clemson's 'd' boasted about its depth. goodson: "we have so much great talent that w w don't get a lot of credit for. it's funny to us, because in the building we know what we have.
of the world we only have one or two great players. " reader: "just excited to get after it. we were hungry. we feel the disrespect of being the underdogs all the time." watkins: "a lot of people have been doubting us all season. we've just had a chip on our shoulder the whole season." we'll be right back, but first, here's a look at what's coming up on nightly news. coming up on nightly news as everybody gets ready to head back to work and back to school the candidates are already b bk at it. donald trump once again today going after both clintons -- hilary and bill. a major standoff going on in
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tonight -- how to stop plastic from washing up on shore from a giant anncr: when the attacks come here... ...the person behind this desk will have to protect your family. will he be impulsive and reckless, like donald trump? will he have voted to dramatically weaken counter-terrorism surveillance, like ted cruz? will he have skipped crucial national security hearings and votes just to campaign, like marco rubio? 27 generals and admirals support jeb bush. because jeb has the experience and knowledge to protect your family. right to rise usa is responsible
the box office this weekend. after a limited debut... the movie's wide release earned 16.2-million dollars this week. "daddy's home" came in second place... bringing in 29-million-dollars. the comedy stars will ferrell and mark wahlberg as a feuding father and step-father vying for their shared family's affection. the movie's earnings total 93.7-million-dollars over two weeks. 'star wars: the force awakens' continues its success at the box office. setting a record for new year's ticket sales -- star wars took the top spot and raked in another 88-point- three million-dollars. the film is now the second-highest earning movie of
moving closer to avatar's 760.5 million-dollar domestic record. one final check of your forecast now. the dry weather will continue sunday expect mainly sunny skies but there will be a few passing clouds from a stationary front that is parked over the gulf coast states. the forecast still calls for a continuation of dry and cool weather with highs near 60 another shot of cold air arrives tuesday as a cold canadian ridge of high pressure shifts southward, expect midweek highs to range from the middle 40s to the lower 50s during the daytime and overnight in
on this sunday night, new year's battleground. with 29 days to iowa, the war of words heats up between the front runners. what trump is saying about both hillary and bill clinton. and that terror recruitment video that uses trump's comments about muslims. the standoff at a federal building occupied by armed anti-government activists in oregon.