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didn't try to do. if we can orient ourselves in the right way then i'm absolutely confident that we'll eventually get them accomplished and america will be better for it." good evening and thank you for joining us for the news at 7. last minute preps to speak to the country. she'll speak from the governor's mansion after the president's state of the union address. senior reporter jack kuenzie is live at the governor's mansion now about three hours from now---charles and dawndy. the governor speaking from here in columbia----and laying out her vision of why her party
as we've said, haley won't be rebutting the president. she said last week that's not something she would want to do---but rather talk opportunities. she and her advisors are crafting this "address" as she puts it---not repeating talking points offered by the national republican party. and while we don't know exactly what the governor will say, she has indicated hers will be remarks with an optimistic tone. many pundits have pointed out haley has all the attributes the gop wants to claim in its leadership. diversity, youth, appeal to wowon---and a proven record of economic success. haley can lay claim to lower unemployment, job creation---but she also lines up with conservative views on immigration, syrian refugees---despite being the daughter of immigrants----gun control, shutting down guantanamo and transferring detainees to prisons here----and black lives matter. is this an introduction to the nation for a potential
it's worth noting some of the other names that have been associated with the gop state of the union response. in particular, marco rubio and the man who will be president----house speaker paul ryan. a south carolinian w wl be a special guest for the president's speech. edith childs is on the greenwood council and she'll be in the first lady's box. "i was just shocked but yet i was overjoyed to get the invitation." president obama first noticed childs on the campaign trail in 2007 when she helped fire up the crowds. campaign trail in 2007 when she helped fire up the crowds.
chair and greg pearce to serve as vice chair for 2016. the chair and vice chair of richland county council maintain order during council meetings, decide what items make it onto agendas and represent council at public functions. rush represents district 7 and pearce, first elected to council in 1999, represents district 6. we're tracking a warning tonight that cold medicine sold across the country could come with the danger of an overdose. the perrigo company is recalling five combined batches of its cherry and grape "guaifenesin dm" medicine. some packages have the wrong dosage markings on their measuring cups and should be thrown away. the medicine is sold in 4 oz bottles and can be found at local drug stores.
and this week, democratic presidential candidate, bernie sanders will be back in the midlands, launching a tour of historically black colleges and universities. on thursday, sanders will be at the vaughan fine arts center at sc state. doors open at 6:30 and the event starts at 7. the clemson tigers are due to arrive back in death valley within the hour. despite the disappointment in the desert last night.... tigers fans are all ready to greet the them back home after a phenomenal season. news 10's joe gorchow joins us from the newsroom joe. sure... the tigers faithful were hopeful today's return from arizona would involve celebrating a national championship. although that's not the case... there's plenty of reasons to rejoice clemson's accomplishments. in fact, in the biggest game of the year monday night in glendale arizona... quarterback deshaun watson set a national championship game record with 478 total yards of offense. an impressive performance...
delivering the ultimate prize back to tiger town. alabama defeated clemson 45-40 in the title game. still... what a great year for the tigers who set a program record for wins a season with 14. unfortunately, all the success... cannot ease the pain of their biggest dream being buried in the desert by the crimson tide. however, the pain doesn't erase the the players love for one another. renfrow: "pretty disappointing but it was fun. hopefully represented clemson well. we'll just remember the fun we had. loving on our teammates." watson: "wanted to get the win and do something that hasn't been done in 34 years. at the end of the day.y. i love my teammates... their sights on another national championship game appearance.
fans getting ready for them to return home to death valley... an irmo man honors his late wife by donating 50- thousand dollars to the lexington medical center foundation. died in 2014 of congestive heart failure and complications from the flu. the donation will start a fund called "linda's love" that will help patients in need receive specialized medical the angstadts were married for 35 years. powerball is now so big, it has too many digits even for the lottery! up next in the news at 7: we'll check out a jackpot for the history books, and a nice payoff for the kids. plus, is a sale really a sale? jenny martin of southern savers have five tips to put on your money-saving list when you're break 1 in today's news you can use ... ways to save at the grocery store. jenny martin is with southern
marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. 1. only buy when it's a "real" sale many items in the store will have a sale tag showing a discount, however most are only a few pennies off the regular price. you want to only buy items that are at their best discount which is generally about 40% off or more. 2. be willing to switch brands having loyalties can end up
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as a dozen fresh eggs. other big items are single serve snacks and meals. if you grab 12 ct boxes of single serve oreos for $6.99, there is actually less product than a regular package of oreos for 60% more in price! this also applies to meat that is sold by the steak, fillet, etc. if they charge $4 each for a 4 oz fillet of salmon that would be the same as paying $16 per lb! 4. use competitor coupons see if your store will accept other store coupons. bi-lo and publix stores always
the jackpot for tomorrow night's powerball lottery drawing now sits at a record 1.5 billion dollars and the rush to get those final tickets the south carolina education lottery say it sold an unprecedented 22-million dollars worth of tickets last week. and of course, that number's expected to rise as sales continue through tomorrow. "it means basically that 43 cents of all the powerball sales that we have will go to education. that quite frankly can mean anywhere from 5 to 8 million dollars more for education in our state." the lottery commission says those funds will benefit things like college scholarships, school buses and technology for public libraries. nothing or no one can handle the billion dollar powerball jackpot! the jackpot is usually displayed
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where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis s are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. talk to your doctor and visit humira.com this is humira at work. inside the state house- south carolina's lawmakers are back to work with a full agenda. the legislative session kicked off today. will whitson takes a look at day 1. many lawmakers and some staffers described today as the first day of school- the first day of session entails getting bills in order and getting organized for the year ahead. but today's session began with a protests on an issue that was resolved last year. a group of protesters, wielding confederate flagag reading "no votes for turncoats" and a banner made out of petitions- calling for the protection of confederate monuments. the group, which included former south carolina state representative richard
protect confederate statewide, saying they didn't believe lawmakers would stop at the confederate battle flag- which they voted to remove from state house grounds last summer. "the republicans really opened pandora's box- they don't want to remove the flag from the capitol at want to move the statues. we're here to put an end to all of that." richlandd "my last reading suggested the civil war ended in 1865. they needed to get over it then. south carolina was on the losing side, south carolina continues to be on the losing side when they hang the confederate flag. it's representing racial was honored as legislators held a moment of silence and draped a black cloth over o'dell's desk. coming up in sports... although clemson fell in the title game... a few players delivered big time performances. plus... usc men's basketball head coach frank martin talks about what
championship night in the desert... ended in disappointment. yesterday... the clemson tigers fell to alabama in the national championship game in glendale arizona. even in defeat... soso tigers players put on a show worth remembering for years to come. sports director rick henry explains. clemson comes up short on the scoreboard losing the national championship game to alabama 45-40...but some of the tigers delivered some prime time performances. we'll start with quarterback deshaun watson. he passes for 4o5 yards and four touchdowns. watson also has some dazzling runs to pick up 73 yards on the ground. he makes fbs history by becoming the first player with over four thousand passing yards and one thousand yards rushing in the same season. "i was expecting to win.
i missed some throws. we dropped some balls." defensive end shaq lawson plays despite being hampered with a knee injury. he has two sacks to finish with 12 and a half for the season. this was his final game. he's
giving up his senior season to turn pro. the tigers would gladly trade in the individual accomplishments for the national championship trophy. on the road with the tigers in glendale, arizona...rick henry...wis news ten sports. clemson certainly enjoyed a special