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fox business network and will focus on economic, domestic and international policy issues. the seven candidates chosen for the main debate are donald trump, senator ted cruz, senator marco rubio, ben carson, governor chris christie, jeb bush and governor john kasich. carly fiorina, mike huckabee and rick santorum will all be in the so-called undercard debate... which takes place earlier in the evening. senator rand paul... who also did not qualify for the main debate... has vowed to boycott the event. the debate will be held at the north charleston coliseum and performing arts center in north
"so there's a buzz in iowa and there's a ground roots organization there, that perhaps people have under estimated. some have had a false narrative that doctor carson is out or that his campaign is in shambles all that is false narrative and i think you're going to see that tonight and beyond. it's pretty exciting now to be part of carson campaign." ahead of tonight's debate, it was announced today donald trump has more than
it was announced today donald trump has more than doubled his national lead in the republican presidential race. according to a new nbc news and wall street journal poll, trump is the first choice of 33 percent of national republican primary voters. he's followed by senator ted cruz at 20 percent, senator marco rubio at 13 percent, and ben carson at 12. this sunday, the democratic presidential candidates will be in the lowcountry for a debate in downtown charleston. the debate is sponsored by the congressional black caucus institute and is hosted by nbc news. wis will have a special decision 2016 show at 7 saturday night. we will have one-on-one interviews with several gop candidates and an overall look at the race for president leading up to the
lexington leaders are still working on ways to help drivers get through their town more easily. winds.we'll see mostly sunny skies with highs in the lower 60s. that low pressure i spoke of yesterday develops in the gulf and moves right towards south carolina. we are in first alert mode as widespread showers and rain starts by midday friday
some rain may be heavy. expect .50" to 1.00" in some locations. system moves out quickly clearing the skies for saturday. next low develops in the gulf on new 'in sync' traffic lights were recently installed at five intersections close to lexington's downtown. that includes where east main street meets church street as well as lake drive. town officials say the new signals do not change based on a timer but on how many cars are building up at the light. if the number of cars is over the average for a given time, the light will change automatitilly to
lexington is aiming to have 35 intersections equipped with these lights by the end of next year. "that's the beautiful thing about this system..once you have it up and running you just add a camera or set of cameras and they start working with the five that are already there." the town has other long- term traffic plans in the works. they include placing a new traffic roundabout on 378 close to the intersection with highway 6. inside the state house, a new effort to beef up paychecks for state employees. a bipartisan group of senators is leading a charge to boost pay for state workers by five perer cent. supporters of the measure say it will cost $75 million dollars---but they say that money is available because of an unusually large budget surplus. the state's 35-thousand employees have gotten pay hikes in only two of the last seven years. i think we're in the best shape we've been in the last three decades.
dramatically, unemployment has dropped. we're one of the few states in the country that has a triple-a bonding rating. we're picking up population. people are moving in, industry's moving in. most state employees----about 75 percent of them--make less than $40 thousand dollars. lawmakers and tate employee association members say y me workers have to turn to public assistance or work second jobs to keep up with the cost of living. if approved, the pay raises will take effect july 1st. art, film, music and tech fun. preps are well underway to get you in line for this yera's indie grits festival. more details still ahead. the beautiful sunshine we had today has an ugly side to it. next on wis, why one woman is reminding us there'e'nothing sunny about skin cancer. break 1 have you ever had a health
put it off? a woman in conway did and she lost part of her face because of it. you'll see some of those pictures coming up - and they're rought to see. her desire to tan in the sun and tanning beds lead to a powerful lesson she wants to share with you. :06 - :15 :16 - :26 2:25 - 2:39 pictures from yesteryear show jenny faulk as she has spent most every day since she was a little girl. "barefoot, bathing suits, tank tops, shorts. and i never wore sunscreen. that's one thing you should always wear." jenny learned a super tough lesson about overexposure to sun ...
sun protection. that awareness started in 2014 when a bump developed on her nose. "it would be itchy, dry, and i would just never go away." she thought she was allergic to her moisturizer so she changed to a new product. "and then it got to where it was just getting bigger like wider and i thought well something's not right here. it's just not going away." jenny finally went to a dermatologist. "the minute she saw me she said, 'how long has that been on your nose?' and i said a year, maybe a little more. and i knew by the look on her face that it was more than dry skin." jenny had basal cell carcinoma. these pictures are difficult to see, but they're the reality jenny faced. her delay in getting treatmtmt allowed the skin cancer to spread so viciously, doctors had to remove part of her nose and a
todd lefkowitz with lexington plastic surgery redesigned and repaired her face in a three-stage reconstruction. "we actually took her forehead here, raised it up and then turned it down to make her nose. at the same time, because a large part of her cheek was missing, we had to take cheek skin and chehe tissue that was beside it, raise it up and move it over to try and create a more junction." dr. lefkowitz then took cartilage from jenny's ear and put it in her nose to give it more support. "we took a little bit of skin and we put it as a skin graft on the undersurface to line the internal part of the nose so when she breathes some of that air can flow easier and be humidified as it goes through."
the nose from the forehead formed its own blood supply, dr. lefkowitz was able to detach it from the forehead giving it a smoother appearance. "the hope is that no one gets into her position. obviously, the earlier you catch skin cancer, whether it's melanoma or non-melanoma, basal cell or squamous cell, it's very treatable and often times, it's treatable without surgery." susie has her face back, but only after a very invasive treatment plan - that could have been avoided. "if it's something there that doesn't go away within a couple weeks, get it looked at. get it looked at. don't wait." dr. lefkowitz emphasizes the need to bring up to your doctor anything questionable on your body. "the worst thing you can do is have a concern and wish it away cause often times, it doesn't go away and a lot of times it just gets worse." the risk of basal cell carcinoma - what susie had - increases 73% if you tan six times per year
also worth noting: more people develop skin cancer because of tanning than develop lung cancer because of smoking. great day today! high pressure in place.southwest winds.we'll see mostly sunny skies with highs in the lower 60s. that low pressure i spoke of yesterday develops in the gulf and moves right towards south carolina. we are in first alert mode as widespread showers and rain starts by midday friday through evening. some rain may be heavy. expect .50" to 1.00" in some locations. system moves out quickly clearing the skies for saturday. next low develops in the gulf on sunday. as of this
education lottery says more than 360 thousand lesser-winning tickets were sold in our state. 16 people won priziz of $50 thousand dollars. more than one thousand people won $100 dollars. remaining ticket holders won prizes of 7 or 4 dollars. the locations where the south carolina tickets were sold are expected to be announced later today. looking ahead, preparations are underway for the 10th a aual indie grits festival. today, the central carolina community foundation presented a check for
dollars as part of their "connected communities " initiative which will allow many of the events this year to be free. this year's theme is "waterlines," which organizers say will allow the festival and its artists to document and interpret october's historic flooding through the festival. "ten years of indie grits is really amazing." and this year they are focusing on bebeuse of the devastating floods on the water and its impact in columbia. we are pleased to support that, making indie grits for the first time free to everyone who attends through our connected communities grant." the festival will start on thursday, april 14th and last until sunday, april 17th. the carolina panthers continue their
then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he s snds. right to rise usa
panthers host the seattle seahawks sunday at one o'clock. the
cats are the number one seed in the nfc. if they beat seattle sunday....they'll host the conference championship game the following week. panthers owner....jerry richardson hanging out at practice today-- watching his team go through drills--working on situations as they get ready to face their big
the guys were full of energy, music was playing and they were singing and dancing, but when they spoke individually you could tell just how focused they are on the game and just how much they want to win. the players say they believe they're as ready as they can be at this point and the key is carrying the energy over to sunday. greg olsen also hopes his team took away some lessons from watching last week's wildcard games. in the nfl you've just got to keep on going. things aren't always going to be sometimes you've got to scratch and fighthtnd fight right up to the last second. if you do that you give yourself a chance. last week's games were a perfect example. that's playoff football...they're going to be battles. these are going to go down to the end most weeks. the team that handles those situations the best will win. panthers quarterback cam newton has been a dancing machine this year. newton did some
all during the regular season. i don't think cam is going to stop breaking it down in the playoffs. some people like the way cam celebrates....others have been critical. seattle cornerback richard sherman says cam's dancing doesn't bother him at all. "no. you get to the end zone in an nfl game, you deserve the right to celebrate. you've worked hard. you're a professional athlete. if you don't get a chance to celebrate in the pros, when do you get a chance to celebrate? when do you get to show what you can do, to enjoy yourself? i mean this is a game. some people who have never played it, who have never expressed passion, sit behind desks all day and do that. maybe you celebrate sometimes when you do something great, and nobody judges you, because nobody is watching. as you're watching him, enjoy it. he is enjoying it. he can enjoy his craft. if he wants to celebrate, that's fine."
great day today! high pressure in place.southwest winds.we'll see mostly sunny skies with highs in the lower 60s. that low pressure i spoke of yesterday develops in the gulf and moves right towards south carolina. we are in first alert mode as widespread showers and rain starts by midday friday through evening. some rain may be heavy. expect .50" to 1.00" in some locations. system moves out quickly clearing the skies for saturday. next low develops in the gulf on sunday. as of this morning it looks to scoot more to our south.this will be watched and tweaked to the timing and how much precip we receive. again, this move out quick and drier colder air