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a chilly day across the midlands as we take a live a chilly day across the midlands as we take a live look out over downtown columbia through the wis skycam. meteorologist ben tanner is in the first alert weather center with more on the cold temperatures and the next major weather maker. clouds this morning will keep us a bit warmer with lows in the upper 20s to around 30 partly to mostly cloudy today with a 20% chance of a late day showers or snow highs in the low to middle 40s. wednesday, mostly sunny, chilly, highs middle 40s. thursday, increasing clouds, showers by evening, highs lower 50s. rain chance 60%. a strong storm system develops
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will bring widespread rain friday, some rain may be heavy. highs in the middle 50s, rain chance 90%. system moves out by early saturday, colder air behind the storm could give us a few snow showers early on.then mostly sunny, highs near 50. sunday, mostly sunny, highs near 50flurry or two early saturday. the weather system that's moving across the country is dropping snow, rain, and ice as it moves east. the weather system that's moving across the country is dropping snow, rain, and ice as it moves
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this is a live look over roads
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area. overnight it created dangerous road conditions in areas along the mississippi river in arkansas and tennessee. meteorologist rachel coulter from the raycom news network spent the morning along a road in arkansas and has more. anytime there is the possibility of disruptive weather in our area make sure you're tracking the latest by downloading the wis
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sure you're tracking the latest by downloading the wis first alert weatherapp. it's your source for updates on-the-go, and it's free. just search wis in your app store. you can also get updates anytime on our website wistv-dot-com just click on the weather tab. just into the newsroom - chapin's police chief has been suspended without pay. acting police chief troy crump was suspended yesterday for what the town's mayor says was due to quote 'specific performance standards stated in his job description.' in an email to town council members, mayor skip wilson says he cannot release specifics. hearing to appeal the suspension. we have reached out to wilson and crump - but have not received a response. tonight, governor nikki haley
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agenda for the upcoming year state of the state address. business is expected to be a big focus. haley was in spartanburg county on tuesday to celebrate one of the largest investments in state history. toray industries officially broke ground on its home in moore. the company will produce carbon fiber materials that can be used by companies like state leaders say the site is one of the essential building blocks in south carolina's manufacturing future-- a future that will also bring 500 jobs. governor haley: "this is one more time that south carolina has really put its name on the map for the fact that not only do we build things, we build them well. the investment in what is happening with "made in america" in south carolina is really something to be looked at." governor haley will deliver her state of the state address tonight at 7 o'clock from inside the state house. it's her 6th one. and we are carrying it live, right here on wis. representative mandy powers norrell will deliver the democratic
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we're following a developing story out of northwestern pakistan that's where gunmen stormed into a university, killing students and staff...and triggering an hours-long gun battle with police and army troops. n-b-c's kelly cobiella reports. :48-:58 the pakistani army says the gunbattle lasted for three hours this morning on the campus of a university in northwestern pakistan. a terrifying morning for students and staff in charsadda, that's about 20 miles from peshawar. the campus was just opening for the day when militants scaled the university walls on a very foggy morning, shooting security guards then going into classrooms and dorms. once student said he saw gunmen shooting both male and female students with automatic weapons. an assistant professor reportedly fired back, giving some of his students time to run. tributes are now going out to him on twitter. pakistani commandos say they have killed four militants. as for who was behind this, there's conflicting information.
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london, england :48-:58 "a senior taliban commander has claimed responsibility, but the group's official spokesman condemns the attack, calling the killing of back to you." we are continuing to follow this story and will bring you the latest both online and on our evening newscasts. leaders will again attempt to vote on a project aimed at revitalizing part of the area. the proposed "brookland" development would be on the corner of state and meeting streets. it includes restaurants, boutiques, and housing. after some neighbors raised concerns about the project -- earlier votes were put on hold. now that most of the concerns have been addressed, a vote to rezone the area has been put back on the agenda for tonight's city council meeting. people in the palmetto state hoping to take part in the upcoming republican and democratic primaries will have to act fast to register to vote. today is the deadline to register if you want to vote in the republican primary. the deadline for the democratic primary is january 27th. you can register by logging on
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carolina election commission website at sc-votes-dot-org. we've put a link with this story online at wistv-do- com. voting preparations are underway in richland county ahead of those primaries. we were there this morning as richland county election officials conducted tests on voting equipment to ensure things run smoothly. richland county elections director samuel selph says there's always a possibility of a few bumps in the road, but he's confident his staff is ready. "there is a little bit of anxiousness on some of the employees and that is to be expected. i myself am a little bit anxious. you always have that adrenaline flowing right before and so all of that is a build up and so once we get into it, everything is calm, we are ready to go!" officials ran through the entire voting process today. the republican primary is set for february 20th. the democratic primary will
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even if you're looking to file your income taxes early -- you'll likely have to wait longer for your state to help combat potential fraud -- the state department of revenue says there will be a delay in returns to give the department time to verify wage documents with the irs and ensure that stolen. the post and courier reports while employers must send w-2 wage statements to employees by january 31st, those documents often don't reach the irs until weeks later. taxpayers filing after march 1 can expect refunds within two to three weeks of the date those returns are received by the state. coming up on the news at noon-- heading home from the hospital. an upstate deputy, shot in the head by a suspect, will now recover with the comforts of home. the latest on his condition. a surprise act of kindness turned into a memorable moment after a carolina panthers practice. the autograph that a panthers player wanted from a fan.
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roads in the louisville area. break one in just the last hour, the greenville county deputy who was shot in the head while responding to a possible robbery last month, was released (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise)
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month, was released from the hospital. the greenville county sheriff's office says deputy dave dempsey is going to continue his recovery at home. deputy dempsey was injured when deputies were called to a possible robbery on december 10th. a man inside an apartment building fired a gun, hitting dempsey in the head. another deputy returned fire, killing the suspect. a man is awaiting his fate after pleading guilty to shooting a charlotte police officer two years ago. james lewis is in federal court
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to be sentenced. prosecutors say in january of 2014 -- lewis shot charlotte- mecklenburg officer shane page when he attempted to serve a warrant at a home in fort mill. officer page has since recovered from his injuries. lewis was also hurt in a shootout when officers returned fire. he was wanted for robbing a fast food restaurant in pineville, north carolina. deputies in richland county hope surveillance footage could help them catch a murderer. they're trying to identify the driver of this dark sedan that was driving on longreen parkway just past journey church road. that's near where adrian silva was killed on january 3rd. investigatoto think whoever was in the sedan may have seen something. silva was riding his motorcycle on churchland road toward lee road when he was shot and then crashed. if you have any information on the sedan or anything else than can help investigators, call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. if you're a flood victim in richland county, officials want to hear from you. those officials are hosting a series of six feedback
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and the first one was last night at st. andrews park. a company contracted by richland tech, is in the process of gathering detailed data from those flood victims to compile a list of projects that'll potentially lessen the effects of a future flood. last night, some of the victims told the engineers about repeat flood problems -- even after the october flood. "what we're trying to do, as i stated earlier, is just trying to get an assessment so that we can assess these ideas and problems and then further address them." say the report should be done in about two months. they'll be collecting more data in more public input sessions and then doing some field work. when the report is done, they say they'll rate the corrective action plans and present them to richland county council. to find out when and where the in your consumer news... multiple reports say microsoft
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surface pro, surface pro 2, and surface pro 3 sold before march of last year. the company says power cords that are wound too tightly, twisted or pinched repeatedly can overheat. they say the cords for the latest surface pro 4 are not affected. almost 75 million people now subscribe to netflix around the globe. the company says that the end of december it had 74-point-8 million subscribers. it's also forecasting more than 6 million more subscribers through march. officials say the increase comes as netflix expands into more and more countries. that global growth is countering slowing growth for the company in the u- s. security company splashdata released its fifth annual list of the 25 worst computer passwords. topping this year's list, as usual, are "123456" "password" and "12345678". new additions to this year's list are "welcome"
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"starwars." the report compiled 2 million passwords leaked during the year. fortunately, some tech companies are testing ways to remove the need for a password altogether. a lucky token given to a carolina panthers star caused a cute moment between luke kuechly and a little boy. more on the exchange that's going viral as the panthers prepare for the nfc championship. clouds this morning will keep us a bit warmer with lows in the upper 20s to around 30 partly to mostly cloudy today with a 20% chance of a late day showers or snow flurry. highs in the low to middle 40s. wednesday, mostly sunny, chilly,
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clouds this morning will keepof a late day showers or snow flurry. highs in the low to middle 40s. wednesday, mostly sunny, chilly, highs middle 40s. thursday, increasing clouds, showers by evening, highs lower 50s. rain chance 60%. a strong storm system develops to our west and will bring widespread rain friday, some rain may be heavy.
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chance 90%. system moves out by early saturday, colder air behind the storm could give us a few snow showers early on.then mostly sunny, highs near 50. sunday, mostly sunny, highs near 50flurry or two early saturday. a young carolina panthers fan partly to mostly cloudy today with a 20% chance of a late day showers or snow flurry. highs in the low to middle 40s. wednesday, mostly sunny, chilly, highs middle 40s. thursday, increasing clouds, showers by evening, highs lower 50s. rain chance 60%. a strong storm system develops
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will bring widespread rain friday, some rain may be heavy. highs in the middle 50s, rain chance 90%. system moves out by early saturday, colder air behind the storm could give us a few snow sunny, highs near 50. sunday, mostly sunny, highs near 50flurry or two early saturday. a young carolina panthers fan got a special gift for star linebacker luke
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the surprise came as a result of the boy's own generosity, offering kuechly a good-luck charm that he made himself. the video of the encounter is getting a lot of attention on social media. raycom news' sarah- blake morgan talked with the little boy who got a personal gift from luke. :15 - :18 1:13 - 1:20 9 year old jackson... ....spends a lot of time perfecting his piano playing... ...but scaling the keys isn't as easy... ...with his new necessity "he said, 'you know what, i get this you get these.' and he gave me the practice gloves." jackson is talking about this
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number 59 himself, luke kuechly, a moment he calls... "one of the best moments of my life, this is so cool." last week, jackson and his family waited outside panther practice to offer his favorite player a good luck charm "i decided, oh maybe i should give the car to luke kuechly, not just for him to sign, but for him to keep." he named it the 'kuechly car,' and it actually made it through a few rounds of the cub scout's pinewood derby. "very first race he won and we got so excited, and we though 'ah, luke kuechly is good luck for us." which is why jackson thought it you want me to sign it and give it back to you and i said no you keep it." situation." "put your name on it. that's the rule." 1:13 - 1:20 "we were all kind of just amazed that he took that time to sit there and focus on jackson. it was, you know, a full minute, minute and a half where they were interacting." a football star and a fourth grader one on one...
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locker." ...as if no one else was around. "he definitely is a public figure that little boys can look up to and admire." "thank you very much." jackson hoped his car is what brought the team a win last weekend and he's hope kuechly keeps it in his locker
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... 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 stands. right to rise usa
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