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check out this video from boone... this is how it looked 24 hours ago as snow came down and wind whipped during the earlier part of the day. the mountains were hit the hardest by this winter storm. some spots saw snow piles as high as two feet. snow is not the only issue that came about after the blizzard hit parts of new jersey. a rising tide and eroding coast has brought severe flooding to the area. for some homeowner, the water was nearly 20 inches high inside their homes. some homeowners in the area said they just finished rebuilding their houses after the devastating floods of hurricane sandy and now, have to do it again. new york's governor has lifted a travel ban that was put in place during the massive snowstorm. andrew cuomo made the announcement this morning. the governor says full service to the above- ground portions of the metro-north, long island
systems will be restored gradually, as equipment and crews are put into position. buses, subway and regional railroad services should be restored sometime today. baltimore officials have also lifted their travel ban. millions of people in cities and towns along the east coast will start to clean-up this morning. the storm left several people dead.....and thousands of travelers stranded. nbc's jennifer johnson has our story from washington. the first blizzard of 2016 has slowly died down.....after burying major east coast cities in as much as three feet of snow. the storm shut down air...rail...and highway travel. now comes the recovery part....getting roads passable again. that's keith howard's job. "anybody stuck...anybody trying to get out...some people have patience... some people don't have patience...but when you go through a neighborhood...people come out clapping." washington and new york city were
and children who sled down the u.s. capital lawn.... and these snowboarders who couldn't get to a mountain. that wasn't legal...pretty sure." the blizzard slammed over 70-million people ..hundreds of thousands lost power....and now there's wide-spread flooding in new jersey and other mid-atlantic states. "we have shelters in every county of the state set up....they are ready to take people in to keep them warm and get them fed." many airport runways and roads will remain closed while plows try to move the snow. officials are begging people to stay home. new york 1:08 - 1:20 "all it takes is one car to get stuck and the situation quickly descends into chaos." a chaotic...historic and record-breaking blizzard....which many are now happy to see go. jennifer johnson. nbc news. washington. melissa ogle -- since snow wouldn't come to us in camden,
erica mattox -- lake murray kristen feldman -- pics of snowflakes cortney tarlton -- says she hopes you enjoy the snow as much as cam does serernity leigh's loving her first snow you can get weather updates in the midlands by dowloading the wistvweather app. you can find it in your app store. and the best part...it's free! new this morning, one man is in
leading deputies on a chase in northeast richland county sheriff's say they responded to a call about an aggravated assault at camrose court just after 11 saturday. when deputies arrived they say akeem breeland fired several shots at them, hitting a patrol vehicle. breeland then ran into the woods, but was quickly caught by police. breeland is charged with attempted murder, unlawful carry of a handgun, and unlawful use of a handgun during the commission of a violent crime. deputies are also investigating a shooting that happened early this morning in richland county. at a party on foxhunt road around 12:30, when they were approached by several people. one of the suspect fired multiple rounds at both victims. deputies say the two teenager were shot multiple times in the lower body. they were taken to the hospital for treatment. if you know anything about this shooting, call
in a developing story, a coastal carolina university student was found dead in his dorm room yesterday morning. the student has been identified as brandon scott, a junior arts major from the north charleston area. sled has been investigating the scene, and an autopsy will be performed later today to determine the cause of death. the deputy coroner says he does not suspect foul play the mother of a six year old girl, killed in a crash last weekend, has been charged. 29-year-old tiffany brown is facing several charges including felony dui resulting in death and child endangerment. troopers say brown was under the influence when she caused a crash that killed her young daughter and injured two other people. according to the 'times and democrat,' two of brown's other children were in the car at the time. brown bonded out of jail and is now able to attend her daughter's funeral next week.
a week ago has turned herself in. 27-year-old shardae davis has been charged with two counts of unlawful conduct toward a child. last week, officers responded to her home after neighbors called 9- 1-1. that's when davis took off, leaving her two small children alone. police say davis was reluctant to come forward because of an outstanding shoplifting warrant out of horry county. sumter police are still looking for herbert butler on a domestic violence warrant from a previous incident. initially, police believed butler had information on davis' disappearance. if you know where butler is, call crimestoppers, 1-888-crime-sc. the man columbia police say assaulted a man in five points this week, has turned himself in. 21-year-old harold jacobsen, caught on surveillance cameras near the scene, has been charged with assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature. police say jacobsen punched a man in the
thursday, causing the victim's head to hit the concrete. the victim is still in the hospital. water is now safe to drink for columbia residents living on the 12 hundred block of lincoln street -- that's between gervais and lady streets. the boil water advisory has been lifted. time to dig out! millions this morning dealing with the aftermath of the historic blizzard that left cities paralyzed, motorists trapped, thousands without power. the details coming up. high pressure build in for sunday and monday. mostly sunny highs upper 40s sunday. middle 50s by monday. next rain chance arrives by wednesday. break 1 high pressure build in for sunday and monday.
first half winding down... michael carrera.. finds room to shoot... cans the triple. carrera team high 22 points. gamecocks trail 29-28 at the break. === second half... punter kicks it into high gear. sets up in the corner... drills the three. close... jamall gregory picks up the loose ball... then works the give and go... before throwing down the two handed rim rocker. === still punter a problem.... off a screen... he's free to get his shot off... and he makes carolina pay in a big way. tennessee goes up 11 with under 10 minutes to play. === gamecocks try to claw back... laimonas chatkevicius brings carolina to within five... with this slam. === unfortunately... punter torched the gamecocks in the second... scoring 27 of his career high 36 in the final 20 minutes. 78-69... to drop to 17-and-two on the season. martin: "we got outplayed. with the exception of michael we got out toughed. it's ashame. it's on me.
the road unkind to the men today.... tomorrow the usc women hope for better fortune away from home. the second ranked gamecocks play at 10th ranked mississippi state. tip-off is at five. carolina enters this top 10 battle perfect... and winners of the last six meetings against mississippi state. the bulldogs... hungry to snap their losing streak to the gamecocks. usc though... pays little attention... to other teams intentions. instead... the only thing carolina cares about is its own mindframe heading into game day. head coach dawn staley believes focusing in on gamecock basketball will set usc up for success in starkville sunday. staley: "really don't worry about mississippi state and what their mindset is. as long as our mindset is where it needs to be and we stay in character i like our team that we're going to put on the floor on sunday." mitchell: "stay true to who we are.
facing ranked opponents and a number next to their name isn't going to change what we're trying to do... we've been doing the same thing the s-c state men's five game winning streak was snapped. the bulldogs lost to norfolk state on the road 87 to 74. eric eaves led the bulldogs in scoring with 21 points. sc state drops to 10-11 overall... 5-2 in conference play. also on sunday.... the nfc championship game. the panthers host the cardinals for a 6:40 kick. the team is not concerned about the wintry conditions playing a factor come game time. all the snow and ice has been removed from the stadium. so the field good to go. both teams ready too.... as we're about 24 hours from kickoff. carolina's excited for the opportunity to punch a ticket to the super bowl for just the second time in franchise history. beating the cards would certainly be near the top of the list of memorable moments this season. panthers fullback mike tolbert reveals
prior to the championship bout in the queen city. tolbert: "i would say earlier in the year we had a team meeting and coach brought in his super everything hit home that this is what we're working for. put a stride into it." the cats are set to take on the arizona cardinals in the nfc championship game later today... if the panthers win this game, they will be headed to the super bowl.... the gridiron should be good to go for football later today. crews spent yesterday cleaning up ice and slush surrounding the stadium fans outside the stadium tell us they're ready for the nfc championship. did not see this coming in a million years so hosting an nfc championship, pretty sweet" chris marik, panthers fan- "it's been unreal, absolutely unreal you know. who would have
paul wyatt, panthers fan- "it's just been a crazy season. everythings went right when it normally goes wrong, so that's great."> today's game is set to kickoff at 6:40 pm. the broncos will play the patriots in the afc championship at 3:05 today. just aheads up if you plan on going to the game. the police are warning panthers fans not to drink and drive. charlotte-mecklenburg police say they are calling on fans to take personal responsibility for their actions if they decide to drink. bank of america stadium is a private venue, so police have to leave enforcing the stadium's alcohol policies to stadium employees. officers can only get involved if a person is accused a crime or is ejected. police are asking people to not drink, or have a designated driver or take public transportation. fans thinking about traveling to the bay area for the super bowl this year should consider getting a jump on booking now. according to orbitz-dot- com, airline ticket prices to the past three super bowl
significantly the night of the semifinal round... taking place this weekend. in fact, fans who waited until after the game last year paid up to 100 percent more than those who booked before ...the final two teams were determined. speaking of the super bowl... uber has scored an exclusive deal to pick up and drop off passengers at super bowl 50. super bowl ticket holders will be able to use uber for their transportation to and from levi's stadium in santa clara. it's the first time a ride- hailing company will be able to pick up and drop off riders at a super bowl stadium. in the past, super bowl officials have banned companies like uber and lyft from transporting fans going to the big game. break 3 quick flip vignette 1089 "bloody mary" chef jeff: hi, i'm chef jeff of flip it's called the bloody mary. it's a classic. v-8 tomato juice.
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of that. then, we have the vodka. it doesn't matter what brand it is, but you got to have a little shot of vodka in there. and then they say you got to have the barbecue sauce, woo! and we have a little bit of pickle juice, we're talking about some spice, baby. now, you stir it up just like this and there it is. i'm three months since historic flooding ruined the pavlovich ballet school, columbia classical ballet debuted its 2016 season. we caught up with company members yesterday as they ran through a final rehearsal before the annual lifechance performance
the dancers faced several barriers at the end of last year, losing their studio on forest drive and nearly losing their artistic director to a heart attack. several performances had to be cancelled and plans had to be changed. now finished with its first performance of the year, the company's hoping for a strong 2016. "we are trying to encourage people to come and see the production and the proceeds are going to an organization...this year its the special olympics..so we're trying to combine the arts and also their need...so i think that was my goal when i started the gala that we do every year and i bring dancers from all around the world." last night's performance was supposed to include professional dancers from across the country including washington ballet's brooklyn mack... an elgin native. unfortunately, the blizzard kept all of them from making it,
for a fundraiser in march, joined by american ballet theater's misty copeland. pause for nats - 5 seconds that is orangeburg county sheriff leroy ravenell and his wife angela dancing to 'jailhouse rock.' they won 'most entertaining' in the first 'dancing with the orangeburg stars.' the fundraiser supports local schools and was hosted by
the orangeburg consolidated district five education foundation. our own von gaskin emcee'd the event and mary king and len kiese were judges. some of the other winners of the night: josh ridley and his daughter delaney won 'judges choice.' birthday board break 4 good sunday morning, thanks for
the monster blizzard that hit the east coast is moving off shore, but parts of coastal new york are not out of the woods yet. scott mclean has the details from washington. 26-33 1:17-1:25 from georgia all the way up to new york, 85 million people are beginning to dig out from the massive snow storm that pounded the east coast. at least 14 deaths have been blamed on the weather. eleven governors declared states of emergency, with washington d-c under a snow emergency... this after the storm dumped up to 40-inches of snow in some parts of the east coast. today should look a little brighter: "all of the major metropolitans are out of the heaviest snow bans, washington, new york, philly and even into boston ." the bulk of the snow has blown off shore, but coastal areas of new england could still see hazardous conditions. like coastal new jersey, where a
slushy mix covered the roads thanks in part to strong winds pushing the tide in from the atlantic ocean. the storm left drivers in at least three states stranded for hours. "it's just non-stop, it don't seem like we're getting anywhere to be honest" "this is horrible, we've been stuck in the truck for 13 and a half hours. " in new york, a travel ban gave crews a chance to get roads clear of snow. the storm hit the city harder than anticipated. central park saw its third largest snowfall, with 25- inches. even rock stars were telling new yorkers to stay home. "it's supposed
to go to 12, 1 o'clock in the morning, so it'll be another foot of snow, stay home. two words: hot chocolate." sixty-seven people had to be evacuated from an apartment building in manassas, virginia this morning when roofs collapsed after this weekend's heavy snow. firefighters found one roof had partially collapsed and other was showing signs of collapsing. the red cross is assisting the
shelter at a local fire department no one was hurt, according to firefighters. firefighters in maryland had to battle a big blaze
during the massive snowstorm. a carpet store in suitland caught on fire saturday night, but heavy winds then spread the flames to other stores in the strip mall. part of the building later collapsed. fire crews had to walk through 20-inches of snow as they battled the fire. no one was injured. the cause of fire is still under investigation. we're now getting a first look at the man accused of shooting at deputies. richland county deputies say akeem breeland started shooting at them after they responded to a call about an aggravated assault on camrose court. breeland then ran into the woods, but was quickly caught by police. breeland is charged with attempted murder, unlawful carry of a handgun, and unlawful use of a handgun during the commission of a violent crime. a 7 point 1 magnitude earthquake
alaska early this morning, awakening residents and shaking buildings. the earthquake was widely felt by residents of anchorage, and there are reports of power outages. no word on injuries. the national weather service says a tsunami is not expected. we're now learning police in canada have charged a 17 year old boy with the deaths of four people. on saturday, the teen was charged with four counts of first-degree murder and seven counts of attempted murder in a mass shooting at a school and home in a remote part of western canada. police said the male suspect can't be named under canada's youth criminal justice act. he is due in court next week. s/ grant st. germaine/ rcmp supt. :07 "a 17-year-old male, who will not be named, as per the provisions of the youth criminal justice act, from la loche, has been charged." police said they were not aware of a motive and decline to say what type of gun was used.
school, including a female teacher's aide who died at the scene and a male teacher who died in a hospital. authorities said seven people wounded in friday's shooting at the school are hospitalized. police said two brothers, ages 17 and 13, were shot dead in a home before the gunman headed to the la loch community school. a convicted murderer serving life in prison appears to be living it up online. for shooting and killing a man on christmas day in 2011. now, the victim's sister, chiquita mushat, cannot believe that her brother's killer has been live streaming from inside an alabama prison, communicating freely with the outside world. using the name premo williamson, devin williamson went live for days on periscope, gathering more than 3,000 followers and asking viewers to send money. s/ chiquita mushat, victim's sister :11
of me, his children, my momma, my grandma and the rest of my family that was there and he did it on christmas day. don't nobody need to be supporting no murderer." williamson has been transferred to a higher security facility and an investigation has been launched into anyone else involved in the videos and contraband. officials in southern california say three dangerous inmates are on the loose after a jailbreak. the inmates escaped from a southern california maximum-security jail by cutting through half-inch steel bars ...and rappelling from the roof using a makeshift rope. one of the escapees includes an alleged killer. this morning, a handover ceremony took place to welcome the new pastor of mother emanuel a-m-e. we're told reverend dr. betty deas clark has been named the new pastor of the church where nine worshippers were shot and killed back in june. this is the first time in the church's history that a woman will be the pastor of the church. reverand norvel goff was named interim pastor of the church in june....and will
bishop. now, there has been controversy about reverend goff's leadership... and potential financial mismanagement. people who want to help residents in flint, michigan, cope with the water crisis are flocking to gofundme. donors had given more than 2-hundred thousand dollars.....that was at last check this morning. the money will go toward things like purchasing bottles of water, water filters and even bags of fresh fruit and vegetables. in response to the outpouring of support, gofundme itself is making a contribution -- the campaign that raises the most money will get an extra 10-thousand dollars. former new york mayor michael bloomberg may soon be entering the 2016 presidential race. the prospect of launching a third-party presidential campaign has been speculated about four years. but bloomberg is largely unknown to many americans and would be entering the race well after his rivals started introducing themselves to
he's expected to make a decision by early march. his advisors believe that would give him enough time to qualify as an independent candidate. coming up, we'll have to story of how one man who found a transplant donor... and the love of his life, all at the same time. break 5 from traffic jams to potholes,
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high pressure build in for sunday and monday. mostly sunny highs upper 40s sunday. middle 50s by monday. next rain chance arrives by unsettling experience. my travels over the holidays took me to several states. it was such a relief to get out of south carolina and into our neighboring states to see three-lane, pothole-free roads. even though it was the number one priority last session, our elected officials failed to pass legislation to fix the infrastructure problem. governor nikki haley made it
state of the state address wednesday night that she is standing firm. haley sot: "i will not sign any piece of legislation that raises taxes not in year one, not in year five, not in year ten. i will not sign any piece of legislation that does not include real reform to the department of transportation the days of horse-trading south carolina roads have to end. and i will not buy into the idea that we somehow cannot afford to cut income taxes for our people." the governor's plan includes raising the gas tax by a dime, but lowering the state's tax rate significantly, using up to a billion dollars in new revenue already flowing into the state. in 2015, lawmakers argued the governor's plan wouldn't raise enough money. dueling plans in the general assembly called for gas tax hikes ranging from 10-12 cents. those plans also included increasing fees for driver's licenses and sales taxes on vehicles. in the end, nothing passed. haley sot: "pass legislation that cuts our taxes, reforms our flawed
invests in our roads, and i will pass legislation that does not do all three of those things, and i will veto it. the choice is clear, and it's all yours." lawmakers, you're all back in columbia and it's time to take some quick action. the extraordinary floods of early october have hopefully taught you something about having a strong infrastructure. do not fail the state again. that's my take, what's yours? high pressure build in for sunday and monday. mostly sunny highs upper 40s sunday. middle 50s by monday. next rain chance arrives by wednesday. it's time to start thinking
staple guns, and belt sanders. redecorating? try a wallpaper steamer or a cordless paint sprayer. for your yard, you can rent everything from ladders to lawn mowers. tool rental is a great way to try before you buy. i'm antonio sabato, jr. with your fix it and finish it tip of the day. it's hard to believe -- but it's that time of year. tax time. but that also means thieves are on the hunt -- to steal your well earned refund. before you file your taxes -- there are some things you need to know -- that can keep your identity safe. mary moloney explains . millions will soon put their most sensitive personal and financial information in the hands of uncle sam. that's why it's so important to choose a tax preparer wisely. the irs says to look for an irs preparer tax identification number. avoid people who base their fee on a percentage of your refund.
doesn't ask for receipts. not asking enough questions about deductions and credits could be a warning sign that something is wrong. also -- never sign a blank tax return. tax time is also prime season for identity theft. never give your personal information over the phone or online unless you started the conversation and missing or wrong -- that could wages than actually earned. moloney to rejoice.
the spicy "rooster" condiment is now available. one restaurant started teasing their fans about rejoice. a new single-serving packet of the spicy "rooster" condiment is now available. one restaurant started teasing their fans about the new to-go packets on facebook wednesday. there is a recall we want to alert you to that may have been a gift to your child. bikes. the nationwide recall involves all chillafish bmxie, jack and josie balance designed for children ages two to five. over-inflated tires can cause the wheel rims to crack and send pieces of the plastic rim flying. you are asked to stop children from using the bikes until the tires are deflated to the proper pressure... and can contact chillafish for a free repair. the bikes were sold at sam's club stores and online at amazon, target and toysrus from november 2013 through november 2015. uber customers in cities including los angeles,
able to use a new, dedicated ubereats app to order from menus of dozens of local restaurants and have their meals delivered by an uber driver. it's an expansion of a lunch-only service tested last year. uber is aiming to build a new stream of revenue through the highly competitive business of food delivery. an incredible story about someone who gave the gift of life to a total stranger.. through an organ donation. but that's not where the story ends. in fact, as nbc's joe fryer tells us.. for these two, it was just the beginning. heather krueger's glowing smile... did a good job masking the pain caused by her failing liver. " desperate for a living donor... heather's family spread the word. a medical hail mary... that landed in the break room... of her cousin's workplace... where chris dempsey overhead a conversation... and decided he could help. "i know it's a scary thing to go through, but it's one
world to be able to help somebody like that." "and i couldn't believe, you know, i just said, 'thank you,.' like what do you say to someone that just is saving your life? " the transplant took place on march 16th, 2015. chris gave heather 55 percent of his liver... and shortly after that... all of his heart. "after we got out of the hospital, we kind of made it official that she was gonna be my girlfriend, so." turns out... sometime between the first time they met... and the surgery... chris and heather discovered they were a match... in more ways than one. "just everything was about me and he was so concerned about me, and i'm like, wow, i just met him. like just how sweet he was. i was just thinking, wow, this could work " so last month... chris had one more thing to give heather... an engagement ring. "and i immediately started bawling "
his future in-laws were already impressed. "you will not get a better man out there." today -- heather is healthy and chris' liver has totally regenerated... as they share their story about organ donation. a gift of life... and for heather... someone to spend that life with. joe fryer, nbc news. packaged salads produced at a dole facility in ohio are linked to at least one death caused by a listeria outbreak. the center for disease control says one person died in michigan and at least 12 people across six states have been hospitalized with listeria symptoms. officials say the infected salads were called dole, fresh selections, simple truth, marketside, the little salad bar, and president's choice. a house panel says state law should specify it's illegal to sell fetal tissue, and that donating tissue requires a woman's written consent, though there's no evidence either is occurring in south carolina.