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over the regional all morning. meteorologist ben tanner is in the first alert weather center with how long this rain will stick around. mostly cloudy with periods of showers and rain through late afternoon, highs near 50 rain chance 90% tonight, clearing skies, lows middle to upper 30s friday sunday. lows in the lower to middle 40s mostly cloudy with periods of showers and rain through late afternoon, highs near 50 mostly sunny and warmer. highs lower 60s to upper 60s by sunday. lows in the lower to middle 40s mostly cloudy with periods of showers and rain through late afternoon, highs near 50 rain chance 90% tonight, clearing skies, lows sunday. lows in the lower to middle 40s t-minus 9 hours until 7 g-o-p presidential candidates hit the main stage to
before the iowa caucuses. frontrunner donald trump still says he won't be there because of issues with the moderator and the network. tracie potts has more on that and new poll numbers just released this morning. our new nbc-marist polls show trump's numbers remain strong. analysts say skipping tonight's debate is a risk - but it could turn out to be a smart one. just released this morning: our nbc- marist polls show donald trump flipping the script in iowa - now up by 7 over ted cruz... who was leading there earlier this month. trump's up by 19 in new
south carolina, our polls show. yet his feud with fox news and anchor megan kelly has led to one less candidate on stage tonight. super burned in presidential candidate :22-:24 "i don't like being taken advantage of." fox confirms: there will be no empty podium. trump tells south carolina voters it's what the u-s should've done with the iran nuclear deal: presidential candidate :32-:35 "you just walk out. you leave. that's what you do." ted cruz challenged trump to a one-on-one presidential candidate :42-:51 "he doesn't want to answer questions from the men and women of iowa about how his record canada?" other candidates are ready to move on: presidential candidate :58-1:04 "interesting sideshow. greatest show on earth. this is not a show. this is serious!" chris christie recalls being bumped from the main stage: presidential candidate 1:08-1:22 "did i whine and moan? did i refuse to show up? did i hold my breath and stomp
give me a podium and a microphone." "you don't walk away, you stand up and fight." tracie potts, nbc news, washington. here's a closer look at that poll tracie mentioned. along with that lead trump has over cruz.....the lead is even bigger over marco rubio, jeb bush and ben carson in south carolina. on the democratic side -- former secretary of state hillary clinton dominates the poll of likely primary voters at 64-percent. with challenger bernie sanders coming in at 27- percent. before heading to iowa -- trump was in the midlands last night where he picked up a big endorsement from one of our state's leaders. lieutenant governor henry mcmaster publicly threw his support behind trump at a campaign rally in gilbert, saying trump is the man to get things done. "south carolina is going to have the most decisive cycle. we are going to be right in the middle of it and i want
and when you do, do like i do and vote for donald trump for president." trump promised the crowd in gilbert that he will be back to south carolina many more times before the february 20th republican primary. and you can find more coverage of decision 2016 as we close in one the primary in iowa on our website wistv-dot-com. the world health organization says the zika virus is quote "spreading explosively" and will now hold an emergency meeting of health experts. next week, the group will get together to figure out if zika should be declared an international health emergency. the w-h-o predicts there could be as many as 4- million cases of the virus over the next year. zika is a mosquito-borne virus that's been strongly linked to severe birth defects. the texas teenager, known as the "affluenza teen" has just landed back to the u-s. ethan couch was on a commercial flight that land in dallas in just the last
couch, who had been on the lam in mexico with his mother tonya when he was caught t ast month, officially dropped his appeal against deportation on wednesday. the two were found in mexico last month, weeks after a warrant was issued for ethan's arrest on a possible probation violation. he was sentenced to probation for killing four people in a 2013 drunk driving crash. we now know the trial date for the confessed charleston church shooter. dylann roof's trial is scheduled to begin on july 11. court documents reveal 600 people will be called initially to serve as potential jurors. roof confessed that he shot and killed nine people during a bible study inside emanuel a- m-e church in charleston in june of last year. the army veteran who helped lead the charge against the u-s department of veterans affairs for delays in care...has been laid to rest in kershaw county. barry coates died of cancer saturday. in 2014....he testified before congress that he had to wait a year for a colonoscopy. the procedure was reportedly delayed at several v-a facilities.
only to learn he had terminal colon cancer. coates' story led to national controversy about lengthy waits at v-a hospitals and led to the overhaul of the department of veterans affairs. the 46-year-old husband and father was buried wednesday in bethune. the recent death of a lancaster county man has started yet another national recall of airbag inflators. joel knight was killed in december after his ford ranger collided with a cow. federal officials with the national highway traffic and safety administration say the airbag inflator deployed and propelled a piece of metal that hit and killed him. while previous recalls have involved older model vehicles ....this new one includes at least one 20- 14 model. knight's death is one of 11 now linked to faulty airbags from takata. "this is a completely avoidable tragedy where a man lost his life because of a product that was supposed to save his life." takata airbags released a statement saying quote: "our heartfelt condolences go
family. we are cooperating fully with regulators and our automotive customers and continue to take aggressive action to advance vehicle safety, including through our ongoing testing efforts, replacement kit production, and raising consumer awareness of recalled vehicles." a nearly yearlong ininstigation into a drug ring in newberry leaves three men behind bars. yesterday, officers served a warrant at 820 taylor street just after noon. raheem jackson, telly jones and jermetres kirkland were all arrested. investigators seized crack cocaine, cocaine, marijuana, and several firearm including one that is already confirmed stolen. police say more arrested are expected. a bond hearing will be held later this afternoon for the trio. a man was caught on surveillance stealing money from a convenience store. columbia police hope you can help i-d him. take a look at your screen.
over the counter of a shell gas 10th. police say the man grabbed the store clerk, but the victim was not hurt. if you can help find him, call crimestoppers at 1- 888-crime-sc. that's also the number to call to help richland county deputies find three people wanted for shoplifiting. investigators say last friday three people walked into the belk on promenade place, stole clothing, and then ran away. deputies say about 1- thousand dollars in items were taken. investigators are giving employees at a cayce bank of america credit for helping them make a quick arrest after a robbery. authorities say 61-year- old tommy slife was arrested just minutes after he was accused of holding up the knox abbott drive branch yesterday. workers gave a detailed description of the suspect, which investigators say helped lead to slife's arrest just a short distance away. he's in the lexington county detention center awaiting a bond hearing. next on the news at noon--
today. what leaders from both countries want to get out of a series of meetings. plus, dealing with rainy, cold , and dark days got you down? there may be a reason. we'll break down something today the iranian
president is in france, part of his (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
relations between iran and the west after the landmark nuclear deal. n-b-c's ali arouzi reports from paris. :02-:30 1:18-1:27 president hassan rouhani is in paris today for the second leg of his european tour and a clear sign that relations are warming with iran. iran is coming in from the cold. he's here to sign lucrative trade deals, and he's here with a huge delegation of ministers and businessmen. he was supposed to have lunch today with president hollande, but the iranian delegation requested that wine not be served at lunch, which prompted the french to postpone the meetings for after lunch. but what is on the menu are big trade deals. they're here to sign a contract with airbus,
with the idea of buying 400 more planes over the next decade. they're also going to be talking to major car manufacturers, peugeot and renault, who want to get back into the lucrative iranian car market after having been squeezed out during the era of sanctions. so a lot of business to be done here for the iranian delegation, between france and iran. they're at odds politically on many issues like the fate of president bashar al- assad. and in iran, president rouhani faces elections in february, parliamentary elections which many moderates have been disqualified for, and it could hurt his chance to make meaningful reforms within the country. but so far this has been a good year for iran as they come back into the global economy. ali arouzi, nbc news, paris. a french police official says a man found to be carrying two handguns has been arrested at a hotel at carrying two handguns has been arrested at a hotel at disneyland paris. the official said no one was injured during the arrest y, but couldn't provide further details. france remains under a state of
islamic extremist attacks around paris killed 130 people in november. today, nasa is holding a day of remembrance 30 years after the space shuttle challenger exploded just 73-seconds after liftoff. all seven astronauts onboard were killed including south carolina native ronald mcnair. as part of nasa's annual day of remembrance -- those men and women will be honored along with other nasa personnel who have lost their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery. good news on the job front-- the number of people seeking unemployment benefits fell last week. in spite of the global decline in the stock market, the new numbers show employers are not cutting jobs. weekly applications for unemployment benefits fell by 16-thousand. experts say the decline suggests confident enough the economy will grow to hold on to employees. wednesday the federal reserve, citing weakening u-s growth, indicated it may slow the pace of
rain chance 90% tonight, clearing skies, lows middle to upper 30s friday sunday. mostly sunny and warmer. highs lower 60s to upper 60s by sunday. lows in the lower to middle 40s mostly cloudy with periods of showers and rain through late afternoon, highs near 50 rain chance 90% tonight, clearing skies, lows middle to upper 30s friday sunday. mostly sunny and warmer. highs lower 60s to upper 60s by sunday. lows in the lower to middle 40s mostly cloudy with periods of showers and rain through late afternoon, highs near 50 rain chance 90% tonight, clearing skies, lows middle to upper 30s friday sunday. mostly sunny and warmer.
mostly sunny and warmer. highs lower 60s to upper 60s by sunday. lows in the lower to
middle 40s in west columbia are under a boil water adivory. advisory. people living in the 1300 block of alpine road need to boil their water before cooking with it or drinking it. west columbia officials say crews are working to fix a water line break in the area. we'll let you know when that advisory is lifted. for people who can't get their mood up over the winter months, you could be
reporter danielle barber explains the signs to recognize and when it might be time to see a doctor. :13-21 "it would be a kind of a depression that's particularly connected to the
changes in the seasons." while there is no definitive answer as to what causes seasonal affective disorder, dr. robert olson has a theory. "we are animals. the birds, they fly south. the bears hibernate. those are driven by the day light in the same way we are affected by day light." the symptoms that people experience are strikingly similar to that of depression. that of depression. "the sorts of troubles of depression like down mood, lack of interest, lack of motivation, can't concentrate, tearfulness, those kinds of things, they're very similar." but, there's one distinction that differentiates the two and calls for immediate attention. "the depression part that's so difficult that it's interfering with my function.
causing trouble at my work or as a student or in my relationship with my spouse, that sort of thing." though there are several therapies depression, dr. olson recommends light therapy. "what bright light does is it fools your body. it fools your body to think it's a shorter day length. it seems to also affect neurotransmitters, serotonin, so we think about depression, too" for some people, however, therapy or anti-depressents aren't enough. "the easy one is to move to florida." doctor olson also suggests exercising regularly to help overcome the
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i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. baseball team unveiled the team's official team jerseys and hats. the a-c flora high school baseball team modeled the new uniforms. the fireflies will wear white jerseys with midnight blue hats at home. they also have an alternative home jersey which is bright green. opening day is april 14th --- against the greenville drive. the gamecock women's basketball team will look to notch their 20th win of the season tonight as they continue their undefeated season. the gamecocks are at home to play ole miss. game time is 7 o'clock, on the
clemson quarterback deshaun watson says he could leave school early for the nfl if the circumstances are right. watson spoke before last night's clemson basketball game with pittsburgh. he was honored as the south carolina hall of fame's collegiate player of the watson says the nfl has always been a dream and is part of the reason he came to clemson. but -- he adds one of his goals is to have his college degree before he leaves, and he's on track to graduate in december. he says if things go as planned, he'll give up his senior season to turn pro. you'll get training and meet
trips and training exercises. three training classes are being offered starting next friday, february 5th. you must attend all 3 before being assigned a paals puppy. the group is hosting a volunteer orientation at their facility at north grampian hill road in columbia on tuesday at 6. call 788-7063 to register. mostly cloudy with periods of showers and rain through late afternoon, highs near 50 rain chance 90% tonight, clearing skies, lows middle to upper 30s friday sunday. mostly sunny and warmer. highs lower 60s to upper 60s by sunday. lows in the lower to middle 40s thanks for joining us for the news at noon. we'll be back here again at four.