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we'll get to your headlines in just a minute. but first, a check of your first alert forecast. looking like a line of showers will move through the midlands between 6a-11a on sunday. this is part of a complex low pressure system that will have most of the energy to our south. there could be enough cold air in place to have a rain/snow mix in northern part of chester and york counties.it would be very brief at best. e system moves out quickly and we'll see sun by early afternoon. breaking overnight, we're working to learn more about a fatal crash overnight in orangeburg
highway patrol says a nissan was driving g rth on highway 3 near springfield when it crossed the center line around 3:15 this morning, hitting a kia head on. the driver and 4 passengers of that car were all transported to the hospital. the driver and one child were taken to the hospital and another child was pronounced dead. investigators say they're unsure whether anyone in the nissan was properly restrained. the wreck is still under investigation, and we'll let you know as we learn more. another fatal wreck happening overnight, this time in lexington county. according to highway patrol it happened on sc 302 just after three this morning. investigators say the driver was heading west, when they ran off the left side of the road, hit a guide wire to a utility pole, before rolling over several times.
officials say the driver was not wearing a seatbelt. tonight is a big night for become the next president. hillary clinton, martin o'malley and bernie sanders will go head to head on center stage for the first debate of the year in charleston. kristen welker is there with some events leading up to the debate. with the onetime bromance between donald trump and ted cruz now officially over, increasingly heated rhetoric. best bites cruz: it seems donald has a lot of nervous energy and for whatever reason, donald doesn't react well when he's going down in the polls trump: you know he finally went off the wagon a little bit and went a little crazy, with the two locked in a razor tight race in iowa, both are escalating their attacks - . trump chastising cruz's suggestion that he embraces new york liberalism - again today invoking 9-11. "you had people running up the stairs as this is
criticizing new york and the people of new york is a disgrace, it's a total disgrace, it's very sad.i thought what he said was very sad." cruz -- not saying he's sorry for criticizing trump's values. today suggesting trump isn't a serious candidate. "i think in terms of commander in chief we ought to have someone who isn't' springing out of bed to tweet in a frantic response to the latest polls." cruz --even taking an off handed jab at trump -- after getting stuck in an elevator for about three minutes....while campaigning in south carolina. "alright so who put donald trump in charge of the elevators?" and another showdown in the same southern state --the democrats squaring off tomorrow in their last debate before the iowa caucuses.... hillary clinton and bernie sanders off the trail today - but former president bill clinton -- making his wife's case in iowa. bill clinton: you just have to decide whether you want a change maker, not a change talker to be
while sanders is surging in the granite state questions remain about his ability to win bigger, more diverse states...like here in south carolina. canne find a way to connect with more african american voters? cp: it wasn't enough for him to stand up and say, i was in the civil rights movement back in the sixties the debate starts at 9 and will right here on wis. before making his way to the lowcountry....martin o'malley spoke to a group at benedict college yesterday. the former maryland governor talked about social issues and the health care system. o'malley also talked about funding inmate support programs in the department of corrections. "that widening gap of opportunity..and also that widening gap when it comes to equal justice under the law." "we have to close those." recent polls show o'malley with two percent
saturday was a big day for the republican party in south carolina. it was the first day of the tea party coalition convention...in myrtle beach. governor mike huckabee, ted cruz and donald trump took to the podium. senator rick santorum and governor jim gilmore are expected to speak today. doctor ben carson addresses the convention on tomorrow. on the republican side, presidential candidate doctor ben carson will be making a stop tomorrow near the capital city. carson will join south carolina's attorney general alan wilson for a forum at the brookland baptist banquet and conference center in west columbia at 5:30. meanwhile, former arkansas governor, mike huckabee will be help lead worship and preach at trinity baptist church in cayce this morning. huckabee, a former southern and accomplished bass player, will also play with the tbc cayce choir and praise band during the service's first song.
greet with church members from 11 to 11:45 in davis hall on the tbc cayce campus. the south carolina republican presidential primary will be held next saturday, february 20th. the democratic primary is the following week... on feburary 27th. and voters must register by january 27th in order to cast a ballot. columbia police are investigating a deadly crash involving a pedestrian. officers say a man was walking along garners ferry road near i-77, just before 6 o'clock friday night when he was hit by two cars. he died as a result of his injuries. it is believed the victim was in but the crash is still under investigation. carolina's first officer involved shooting of the year. early saturday morning --
orangeburg county deputies responded to a disturbance at the 'coasters club' on old number six highway in santee. someone shot at a deputy who returned fire. the officer was not hurt and has been placed on administrative leave. no word on the condition of the suspect. the investigation is ongoing. a former upstate police officer is behind bars. robert shaw has been charged with misconduct in office in connection with an arrest in november of last year. if convicted -- shaw could serve up to 10 years in prison. the martin luther king jr. holiday is already off to a running start. about 170 runners and walkers crossed the finish line at m-l-k park in columbia saturday morning. the annual m-l-k run/walk raises money to support the alpha academy scholarship fund. those who took part say, seeing the community come together is a great way to honor the legacy of dr. king. "i mean i was very surprised myself...i mean
today..every nationality you see all out here...so that's a good thing so his dream is living on." "i think it's a great way for the community to come together..all genders...all races...all ages." every year this event is organized by members of alpha phi alpha fraternity. in 26 years it's raised about 25 thousand dollars for scholarships. and the democrats are planning to be in columbia this week. "one day south carolina will be a better state. and why is this true? because mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the lord.glory!" soon it'll be king day in the capital city. presidential candidates hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley will be in town for 'king day at the dome 2016' tomorrow. the event is held annually at the state house and is hosted by the naacp. this week on awareness -- we
and legacy of dr. martin luther king jr. "i have a dream -- that one day my little children will live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. i have a dream today." hear from dr. james solomon who went to high school with dr. king and bishop frederick james who worked and marched alongside the civil rights leader. "he had just graduated from high school - and i'm not sure if he registered for moore house or not but it was the same summer that they both graduated. m.l preached that funeral - i attended it. and i had know him off and on for a number of years but that was the first time that i really saw something special in him.
thought that i had was that this guy is something special." plus, a younger generation talks about the impact of dr. king's dream. that's this morning at 11 on awareness. in the next half hour, details on the deal with iran that will allow four americans being held prisoner to come home. how their families reacted, still ahead. looking like a line of showers will move through the midlands between 6a-11a on sunday. this is part of a complex low pressure system that will have most of the energy to our south. there could be enough cold air in place to have
part of a complex low pressure system that will have most of the energy to our south. there could be enough cold air in place to have a rain/snow mix in northern part of chester and york counties.it would be very brief at best. the system moves out quickly and we'll see sun by early afternoon. a severe storm struck sarasota, florida early this morning. some of the people impacted
tornado. emergency management officials are reporting at least one death and several injuries after the strom blew through a mobile home park. more than 17, 000 people are according to officials. in addition to the power outages, large trees are down and people are warned to watch out for fallen power lines. break 2 the carolina panthers are set to take on the seattle seahawks today at the bank of
with the exception of back up runningback fozzy whittaker, coach ron rivera has all his weapons at his disposal with the return of jonathan stewart, ted ginn, and kurt coleman. the seahawks look to have running back marshawn lynch back on the field for today's game as well. the game is set to kickoff shortly after one p-m. our joe gorchow will have highlights from the game, later on tonight. the clemson basketball team pulls off a triple play. first they beat louisville...followed that up with a victory over duke....today they hosted their third straight ranked opponent...number eight miami. the clemson football team was
halftime for their 14 and one season. head coach dabo swinney was missing...he's in connecticut receiving his walter camp coach of the year award. the tigers trailed by two at the break....second half...landry noko to avery holmes...his shot is off..but jaron blossomgame makes it all good..... another big day for blossomgame...he finishes with a game high 25 points..... irmo's jordan roper helped out clemson wins it 76-65... and for the first time three ranked opponents in a row. jordan and jaron were playing at a very high level. that is as a high a level as we have seen out of guys in the last
guys make those types of reads and decisions and play with that kind of confidence. certainly, i felt like they were the difference in the game." the usc men's basketball team is alabama...where there 15 game winning streak was snapped. today they started another against missouri. the gamecocks back at home where they remain undefeated this season..... first half...mindaugas kacinas with the steal....ahead to pj dozier for the dunk...seven-nothing usc...the crowd likes it....11 points today for dozier. sindarius thornwell starts and 23-to-ten. missouri ...led by wes clark cuts the lead to one with two minutes left in the half....clark finishes with a game high 26 points. carolina closes the period with a six-oh chatkevicius for the dunk...usc leads 41-34 at the break. second half.... gamecocks taking advantage of missouri mistakes....chris silva a turnover by the tigers. the gamecocks score 20 points off 16 missouri turnovers...thornwell steals and scores....he finishes with a team high 22 points. carolina wins it 81-to- 72...they improve to 16 and one....three and one in the
sindarius:after alabama game..we came back refocused and came in ready to work the last two days of practice. it was big for us. frank:playing to our identity is back in place. that's what mattered today...it wasn't about making shots b ut playing our kind of basketball. we weren't great..but i thought we played more to who we are. gamecock fans were treated to a halftime speech today during basketball's game. it was delivered by head football coach will muschamp. "244 days before we kickoff at williams- brice in front of the best fans in the country. i can only guarantee you one thing...we're not going to get outworked....spurs up! "
assistant coaches s the crowd. the main reason they were at colonial life arena today...muschamp and his coaches were entertaining recruits. national signing day is february third....coach boom says it'll take a couple of years to determine if his first usc signing class is a successful one. break 3 new this morning -- 5 american
deal. nbc's richard engel reports from vienna on a dramatic day of developments. the breakthrough was announced here in vienna, and diplomats here are calling this implementation day. the day the iran deal came into effect, the day iran was welcomed back to international markets. it seemed like a sweetener in a nuclear deal worth billions to iran. and for five americans, it was sweet indeed: they were finally freed. "we've received confirmation that five americans that had been unjustly detained in iran have been released from custody." among those released: amir hekmati, a former marine, held over 4 long years, accused of aiding a hostile country. saeed abedini, a christian pastor, jailed for over 3 years. "it seems like a dream. it's something we've been hoping for and praying for." jason rezaian, the washington post's tehran-based correspondent, accused of
held often in solitary confinement for a year and a half. "it's spectacular news, we're so happy - can't wait to see him." the washington post in a statement said "we couldn't be happier to hear the news." matt trevithick - a student held for 40 days - was also released. in exchange: the us agreed to drop charges against seven iranians imprisoned in the united states. while the prisoner swap is technically unrelated to the nuclear deal, critics had denounced washington for signing any agreement while tehran held americans. and hours after the swap was announced, the nuclear deal, over two years in the making, did move ahead. "iran has carried out all necessary measures under the agreement." at least two americans are believe to be missing or still being held in iran. the americans released will eventually make their way to germany for medical check-ups before heading home.
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looking like a line of showers will move through the midlands between 6a-11a on sunday. this is part of a complex low pressure system that will have most of the energy to our there could be enough cold air in place to have a rain/snow mix in northern part of chester and york counties.it would be very brief at best. the system moves out quickly and we'll see sun by early afternoon. now to a developing story, one of the 12 part of a complex low pressure system that will have most of the energy to our south. there could be enough cold air in place to have a rain/snow mix in northern part of chester and york counties.it would be very brief at best. the system moves out quickly and we'll see sun by early afternoon. now to a developing story, one
marines missing after their helicopter went down this week in hawaii, is from south carolina. 22-year-old sgt. jeffrey sempler is from
woodruff in spartanburg county. this morning, the search continues for 12 missing marines the coast guard is staying optimistic, stressing that this is still a search and "rescue" mission. but factors beyond their control such as large surf and strong and shifting currents are making this rescue effort exceedingly difficult. alexander zannes explains. as of 8 am this morning rescue crews have covered more than five thousand square nautical miles searching for the
of helicopter involved in the crash, but so far no sign of the new information this morning on the hotel attack in west africa... the mother-in-law of an american missionary is confirming that he is among those killed after al-qaida fighters attacked the hotel and cafe we're told 45-year-old michael riddering died in the cappuccino cafe, where he was meeting a group that was going to volunteer at an orphanage and women's crisis center. at least 28 people died in the attack by al-qaida fighters, which triggered a siege lasting more than 12
the man in charge of the f-b-i investigation into the san bernardino terror attack is speaking out... revealing new details about the case. david bowdich says investigators have found no direct links to foreign terror groups... but are still looking into whether anyone else helped plan the attack. and they're still trying to determine if syed farook and his wife tashfeen malik had planned more attacks. "as far as who actually influenced it, we believe they were both inspired. i think it's very possible that farook and tashfin were influenced in some form or fashion by isil. now they very well could have been influenced by other terrorists organizations, we don't know. what we do know is roughly 10 minutes after the incident, she got on social media and pledged her allegiance to abu bakar al-
bowdich says investigators are still trying to fill an 18-minute gap in the timeline after the terror attack. he says they have received a number of leads - but they still do not know what the shooters were doing during that time frame. more heartbreak for celine dion. her brother, daniel dion, died saturday after a battle with cancer, according to a family statement. he was 59 years old. daniel dion was one of celine's 13 siblings. he leaves behind two adult daughters, two grandchildren and an extended family of nieces and nephews. the news comes as celine dion prepares for the funeral of her husband, ren\ ang\lil. he died on thursday at age 73 after a long battle with throat cancer. caught on camera, a car smashes into a gas station in australia, nearly hitting a woman inside. the woman disappears from sight as the car flies
it appears she is hit...but the car just misses her. the collision triggered a gas leak. store workererdragged the two people inside the car out to safety. they were taken to the hospital for treatment. police are investigating to determine what caused the accident--and whether alcohol was a factor. president barack obama is declaring an emergency in flint, michigan. he signed the order just yesterday that clears the way for federal aid to the city which is undergoing a drinking water crisis. corrosive water from the flint river has leaked lead from old pipes into the city's supply. civil rights activist jesse jackson says the residents were let down by officials and something needs to be done. "the people are fed up and betrayed. they're assuming they could drink the water, bathe in the water, wash in the water and have clean air and and it seems to be a man-made disaster. if it is a man-made disaster, there are legal and
some protesters are calling for michigan governor rick snyder to resign. still to come on news 10 this morning. google has announced a new feature in their maps app that can help you during your daily commute. looking like a line of showers will move through the midlands between 6a-11a on sunday. this is part of a complex low pressure system that will have most of the energy to our south. there could be enough cold air in place to have
unity in the wake of the charleston church shooting, the governor touched on what she sees as the failures of the obama administration. she also spoke out against the political divisiveness we see on issues such as immigration. "during anxious times, it can be call of the angriest voices. resist that temptation. no one who is willing to work hard, abide by our laws, and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country." with her high profile address, haley placed herself firmly on the radar as a possible vice- presidential candidate. she also threw herself into the middle of emerging battle lines within the republican party. when asked if her "angriest voices" comment was in reference to donald trump, the governor did not blink. "he was one of them. yes. he was one. there's other people in the media, there's people in my state, i think we're seeing it across the country. but yes, mr.
what i think is just irresponsible talk." as it has in the past, the "first in the south" primary could be a defining moment in the race to determine the gop's nominee. and with donald trump maintaining a double digit lead in south carolina polls, governor haley's stand has many taking notice within her own state. haley is the party's rising star. she has placed herself on the side of the gop establishment against firebrands like trump and ted cruz in a political battle that is being waged. it all adds up to an intriguing scenario for voters to consider. and that's just the republican side of the white house race. don't forget.hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley are also hitting the palmetto state hard as they try to sew up the democratic nomination. strap in folks. the next month and a half is sure to be a roller coaster ride of twists and turns in the fight for your vote. that's my take, what's yours?
will move through the midlands this is part of a complex low pressure system that will have most of the energy to our south. there could be enough cold air in place to have a rain/snow mix in northern part of chester and york counties.it would be very brief at best. the system moves out quickly and we'll see sun by
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subway held on to its top spot as the best-perceived fast food brand, followed by wendy's, chick-fil-a, pizza hut and sonic. in casual dining, olive garden held on to the top spot, thanks in part to its viral pasta promotion. rounding out the top five were panera bread, outbaba steakhouse, applebee's and red lobster. google has announced a new feature in their maps app that can help you during your daily commute. android users have a new powerful tool in their google maps application. the new feature called "driving mode" google can give you estimated arrival times, traffic updates, nearby gas prices, and fastest routes to familiar places - all without entering an address.
2016 tax returns on january 19th. the deadline to submit 2015 tax returns and request extensions is april 18th. that's due to emancipation day falling on the traditional april 15th deadline. the agency says it anticipates issuing more than nine out of 10 refunds in fewer than 21 days. smoking a hookah, or water pipe, may seem like a safe alternative to cigarettes, but a new study suggests that might not be the case. andrew spencer explains in today's health minute. as cigarette smoking rates fall, the popularity of hookahs is on the rise. however, a new analysis puts the notion of hookah as safer than cigarettes in doubt. the university of pittsburgh school of
exposes the user to 125-times the smoke... 25-times the tar... two-and-a-half times the nicotine... and 10- times the carbon monoxide... compared to a cigarette. the researchers looked at the results from 17-previous studies to come to the conclusion. here's why this is important... the pittsburgh researchers admit its difficult to compare the two forms of smoking, since people ultimately, they believe the practice needs to be examined more closely than it currently is. for today's health minute, i'm andrew spencer. still to come, more news.
hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley will attend. state naacp president dr. lonnie randolph says it's a logical momo for anyone seeking support from black voters. "this is the place, we have the fifth largest percentage of african- americans in the country right here in south carolina. so any...person wanting to serve the country and serve all people--if they're smart they'll come by here." monday's king day activities start with a prayer service at zion baptist church at 8:30 in the morning. looking like a line of showers will move through the midlands between 6a-11a on sunday. this is part of a complex low pressure system that will have most of the energy to our south. there could be enough cold air