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the caucuses. today, democratic candidate bernie sanders spoke with supporters in washington, iowa. hillary clinton held a rally in des moines. ted cruz had a meet- and-greet in emmetsburg. donald trump was not in iowa. instead, he made a pit stop in in new hampshire. charles molineaux has the latest on the race to the white house. so what is it that makes iowa so important in the elections? its caucuses are the first contest for the presidential candidates. it dates back to a fierce fight among the democrats after some of them were upset over how the party picked its presidential candidate in 1968. but does a candidate winning iowa mean winning the party's eventual nomination? if you leave out incumbents running for reelection, the record is mixed. among the republicans rick santorum won the iowa caucus in 2012, then didn't get the nomination. mike huckabee won the caucus in 2008, and didn't either. but iowa correctly picked
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george w bush in 2000 bob dole in 1996 and george hw bush in 1992. among democrats, iowa voters did pick eventual nominees barack obama in 2008, john kerry in 2004 and al gore in 2000. but they picked tom harkin in 1992 and missed bill clinton. the fallout from last night's trump-less debate seems to favor...donald trump. as nbc's steve handelsman explains, ted cruz is trying to recover from some bad reviews. 06-09 10-12 57-1:00 1:08-10 nats trump so we have to get out we're gotta win. we're gonna win!! donald trump campaigned in iowa where he's tied in the polls with ted cruz sot: donald trump :08-:11 "im going to be here so much over the next two weeks you are going to be sick
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digit national lead in the nbc news wall street journal poll. and figures he's got the nomination if he wins the lead off contest sot: donald trump :21-:25 "the fact is i think we can really come in first in iowa and then its off to the races" cruz campaigned in south carolina sot: ted cruz :27-:32 "a lot of peopled are waking up they are rising up and were gonna turn this country around" in last night's :38-:42 "you know, i think most people know exactly what ny values are.hahahahaha" but trump...emotionally... evoked 9/11 sot: donald trump :45-1:06 when the world trade center came down i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more here's the new york daily news new yorkers value hard work, diversity, tolerance, resilience, and building better lives for our families. -h just this once trump's right in new hampshire today, marco rubio attacked cruz sot: marco rubio 1:17-1:21 "time and again he has shown that he has changed his positions out of political
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challenger while chasing the frontrunner i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. even at this late hour, a lot of voters are still deciding. trump opponents hope to see cruz win iowa and rubio take new hampshire. we're having spring-like weather in the middle of winter. what can we expect this weekend? let's check in with meteorologist ben tanner. a warming trend will begin today. a ridge of high pressure will move into the area from the west. the ridge will shift the winds and allow temperatures to warm up to the 60s through the
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early next week with a southwesterly wind, daytime high temperatures will soar to the lower and middle 70s. our average high this time of year is in the upper 50s, so enjoy the unseasonably warm weather. the next chance of rain will arrive midweek. judi and ben talk about
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a usc student found dead yesterday has been identified as 19 year old rachel bandman. richland county coroner gary watts says she was found by her roommate at the hub in downtown columbia around 4:30 yesterday afternoon. yesterday watts said he was treating the death as a suspicious. this morning, he performed an autopsy and found no signs of trauma. he's waiting on the toxicology report to officially determine bandman's cause of death. and columbia police are investigating. months after the historic floods, a road in elgin is finally getting the work it needs. it is a welcomed sign for those who need to travel that street. mike desumma is at spears creek church road. dawndy, judi ever since high waters rushed onto the road and took it out people have been waiting to see what
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that's dot crews at work making repairs. the dot is aiming to have the road reopened and traffic flowing on it by the middle of march what set these repairs back was a dam that sits by this stretch of the road. it breached during the flood causing the road to wash out. for weeks the problem for dehec was finding the dam owner in order to look into making repairs. simply put if the dam did not get fixed state officials say they were hesitant to jump into the road work. what they're doing now is a temporary fix. they're putting in new piping underneath the road to handle new directions of water flowing underneath it. for drivers it's a great sign. they've had to go down two notch these last few months to get hassle. "ya know you can't get out.if ya gotta go to the
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columbia you got to go all the way around the world..and then ya gotta come back in ya gotta go all the way around the world to get back to the house. it's really been a very big hassle.but i appreciate they done got to the road." dot officials say these repairs they're making should keep the road safe during typical rain storms. dhec is still trying to contact the owners of the dam. larger projects for the road are news 10. a big deadline is approaching for those who need health insurance. we're just a few days away from the deadline to sign up for coverage through the federal insurance marketplace. the enrollment period ends this sunday, january 31st. if you don't sign up for coverage you could face a fine. the palmetto project is providing experts to answer your questions and help you decide what's best for you and your
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someone one on one, you can stop by brookland baptist church in west columbia from noon until midnight sunday. for more information, we've posted a link to the big red 10 under the homepage at wistv dot com. coming up on wis --- just months after a huge grand opening they were washed out. we'll have an update on some popular columbia stores and the work to get them open for business again. break the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle,
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now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over two and a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in.
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hit shopping centers will soon reopen. billie jean shaw is at the rosewood crossing in columbia where crews are putting touches. this parking lot has only a few cars in it now, but come early march it'll be a different scene. i'm told the petsmart and michael's will reopen in march and in april marshalls will reopen. this is such a breath of fresh air for people in the area, especially considering what the area looked like in october. flood waters reached to about 7
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stores due to the overflow from gills creek. the stores celebrated grand openings just 3 months before the flood- sending 13 million dollars down the drain. shortly after the flood, crews began reconstruction. while i was not allowed to get footage of the inside i can tell you the stores have been fully renovated-including- new floors, walls and lighting. residents are anxious to get back inside. daytona jarman, excited about stores reopening "i am really excited about these stores reopening because it's super convenient coming from cayce and i just come out and get things done. i don't have to go to any of the big mall areas." "as far as shopping i would go up to landmark if they have anything, but nothing compares to this." products will be going up on shelves starting next week. as of now, the kirkland's, and kay jewelers have opened.
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that will be opening soon. we'll keep you updated on air and online at wistv.com. in columbia, billie jean shaw, wis news 10. a warming trend will begin today. a ridge of high pressure will move into the area from the west. the ridge will shift the winds and allow temperatures to warm up to the 60s through the weekend.
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into the area from the west. the ridge will shift the winds arrive midweek. if you're looking to stay closer to home this weekend, you can catch some ballet. the columbia city ballet will perform aladdin tonight at 7:30 and again tomorrow at 7:30 at the koger center. tickets start at 20 dollars and can be bought at the koger
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as the zika virus outbreak spreads, health officials say it could affect four million people in the americas. it's to the point airlines are offering free refunds to some customers who are at risk of getting affected. break as flint, michigan deals with a
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elementary school are being warned to not drink their water for the same reason. the state's environmental protective agency warns there could be a possible lead contamination. the district shut off the drinking fountains and sinks at the school as a precaution. the school is providing bottled water to their students and staff. the number of zika virus cases has jumped in the united states. the cdc says there are now 32 cases across a dozen states and the district of columbia. officials now fear the number of people affected in the americas could eventually reach four million. but the virus is not spreading locally in the u-s. it's coming in through travelers. but there are major worries about the dangers pregnant women and their babies face. "at the moment, there are no drugs and no vaccine. i don't think we have even made the first steps into developing a vaccine. so i think in the best case scenarios it could be several years before we
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and it would probably take ten years or so, you would think, before you make one that is commercially and widely available for use." officials now fear the number of people affected in the americas could eventually reach four million. the three biggest airlines are allowing some customers to cancel their trips to areas affected by mosquito-borne virus zika. united's policy includes travel to all areas mentioned by the c-d-c. delta's customers must request refunds or make changes by february 29th to avoid fees. american airlines will allow customers a refund if they provide a doctor's note stating they're unable to travel to one of four cities due to pregnancy. president obama made his latest push to advance
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signing the fiar pay act. the white house announced he's proposing a new rule that will require companies to report pay data by gender, race and ethnicity. the rule would apply to companies that have 100 or more employees. it would require employers to include salary information on a form already submitted to the equal employment opportunity commission. the rule would help aid investigations on employers that are "unlawfully shortchanging workers" based on gender, race and ethnicity. millions are waiting for next sunday's main event----super bowl 50----between the carolina panthers and denver broncos. mark barger reports on the preparations. :09 35 43'' 57 nats thousands of carolina panthers fans nats "panthers nation all day!" gave their team a super bowl sendoff in downtown charlotte today.... "we're going to give you guys
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to make sure we bring that championship back to charlotte!" the panthers' opponent, the denver broncos, will have a similar rally sunday..... but the mile high city's players and fans are not the only ones bound for santa clara's levi's stadium. so, is "thunder two", the broncos' purebred arabian mascot....prepping for a two day road trip to the bay area. "it's like having a child. with a playpen and everything. you need everything for him." everything is also what san francisco officials are preparing for. . "we've been planning for this event for three years." from first responders training for law enforcement agencies.....officials are braced for any potential that's critical to understanding what the situation is throughout the bay area. and then responding appropriately." one misstep thursday....crews at levi's stadium accidentally painted both end zones in broncos colors. a mistake quickly corrected....but some panthers fans. seized on the unintended slight. "i hope it does rev them up! give em some fuel to get in the end zone!"
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officials is the fact that the game's being played in are going on. coming up on wis--walmart has shut its doors in the town of winnsboro. today was the first day shoppers could not do any of their
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hey, guys, it's annie. now, if you're anything like me, you're always looking for ways to save money, especially when it comes to your weekly grocery trip. well, with walmart every day low prices, saving money while keeping the pantry full... that's easier than you think. in head-to-head shopping, the total at walmart beat that of bi-lo. columbia, the total amount saved at walmart vs. bi-lo was $28.45 on this week's groceries - that's 20%. so head to walmart and see what you
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shoppers in the fairfield county town of winnsboro have entered the first day of a new era. they are getting used to life without a walmart nearby. jack kuenzie is at the now-shuttered store in winnsboro. dawndy---it was a really big deal when the people
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their own walmart back in 1997. and for many, it's a really bad deal to see it go away. this is the first full day of the post-walmart era in into the area from the west. the ridge will shift the winds and allow temperatures to warm up to the 60s through the weekend. early next week with a southwesterly wind, daytime high temperatures will soar to the lower and middle 70s. our average high this time of year is in the upper 50s, so enjoy the unseasonably warm weather. the next chance of rain will
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a bill that will require refugees to be tracked by state police is on the way to the senate floor. if passed the bill will also require refugees' addresses to be placed online. it also says anyone who sponsors the refugees will be held accountable if an act of terrorism is committed.
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services of the carolina assist refugees in transitioning to the states. we spoke with the director of refugee services who says the bill is not fair to refugees. "this bill treats refugees as if they have already committed a crime. in my personal opinion, that is unacceptable. that is something united states stand for." jazic went on to say people should educate themselves more on refugee resettlement. she says more recently middle eastern refugees have come to south carolina senator tim scott made a stop off south carolina senator tim scott made a stop off in columbia this afternoon during a tour of the midlands. the senator addressed a group of veterans at providence home- a ministry for
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faith, and big moments that impacted his life. he also took questions- most dealing with issues at the va- like high costs and wait times, or the closing of guantanamo bay. "the design-build concept is something we should be using more of. the design-build from my perspective basically says if there are cost overruns, you eat them" senator scott also travelled to a boys' home in clinton south carolina during his trip. a usc student caught spraying windex and spitting in her roommates food last year has elected to enter into an intervention program instead of facing a trial. -24 year old hayley king entered into pti in december. she has 90 days to complete the diversion program. -solicitor placed the charge on hold: malicious tampering with a human drug product or food. -hidden camera video shows king spitting in multiple containers of food,
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-attorney says the video only tells part of the story. attorney seth rose said: "my client deeply regrets this incident and is grateful for the opportunity to enroll into the pre trial intervention . while some have tried to incident as an attempted poisoning, my client regrets her actions and never had any intention to hurt anyone." if king successfully completes the program, she can apply to have the charge expunged from her criminal record altogether. after months of campaiging- presidential candidates will soon know if all those handshakes and stump speeches are paying off. the iowa caucuses are monday- but what exactly is a caucus? will whitson has a lesson for us. unlike the south carolina primary- where you show up at the polls, cast your vote, and have that vote counted by the state's election
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the iowa caucus is done entirely by the state political parties- and neither party does it the same way. for the republicans- local parties get together, line up their list of candidates, and hear stump speeches by the campaigns for why their candidate should win. then, partygoers list the candidate support, and turn it in to the party. for the democrats- it's a lot more complicated. party members also get together, and supporters of each candidate will form groups- and they'll try to convince other people in the room to join the group for their candidate instead of the total vote in the room, they're disqualified. for both republicans and democrats- candidates are ranked- and the state's delegates- 30 for the gop, 52 for the democrats- are ww, back to you. happening today- the south carolina department of natural resources opened an express office at the state farmers market in west columbia. dnr officials say people will be able to renew hunting and fishing licenses, permits and tags, and watercraft
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dnr and state agriculture leaders hope the new partnership for the regional service office will lead to shorter wait times and ample parking. i got to be a part of the "read a book in one day" event this morning for mrs. cruse's 7th grade avid college readiness class. the class helps students develop the skills they need to be successful in college. kwame alexander is the author of the crossover, a book for which he won the 2015 newberry medal award and coretta scott king award. thanks to lorena swetnam, the library media specialist, for having me. coming up on wis, bleeding blue in uptown
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the queen city sends off the carolina panthers to super bowl 50. break a look now at your first alert
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f a new era. they are getting used to life without a walmart nearby. jack kuenzie is at the now-shuttered store in winnsboro. dawndy---it was a really big deal when the people in and around winnsboro got their own walmart back in 1997.
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deal to see it go away. this is the first full day of the post-walmart era in winnsboro. no shoppers after the store closed for the last time yesterday evening. we saw employees here finishing up their work---one indicating this was their last day on the job. as we've reported, this location is part of a wave of 154 u.s. stores being closed this year---more than a hundred of those closings yesterday. for some smaller and mostly rural communities, losing a walmart or walmart express is a devastating blow. not quite the case here, because winnsboro has a bi-lo for food and a couple of drug stores including a cvs. but shoppers at what is now the last food store in town told us today they are already feeling the effect of losing walmart. i didn't feel very pleased. i was sad because now i have to go all the way to walmart on killian to get my mother's medicine, to go get
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kids. school supplies, everything. q how far is that for you? that's about a 25-30 mile drive. q that's a pretty long drive actually just to get something arrived here back in the 90's, some smaller local businesses could not compete and they had to shut down. and while there is the bi- lo, mayor roger gaddy points out there's now no place to do things like buy underwear. he says area leaders are hoping to try to attract a second food store---maybe to a shopping center a couple of miles up the bypass here where there used to be a food lion. but that same shopping center had a goody's store not long ago and that one closed within the last year and a half. he also says the absence of walmart could impact property taxes here. more on that at six. live in winnsboro, jack kuenzie wis news ten. a warming trend will begin today.
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high pressure will move into the area from the west. the ridge will shift the winds and allow temperatures to warm up to the 60s through the weekend. early next week with a southwesterly wind, daytime high temperatures will soar to the lower and middle 70s. our average high this time of year is in the upper 50s, so enjoy the unseasonably warm weather. the next chance of rain will arrive midweek. panther nation is getting pumped
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raycom's david whisenant was
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middle of the panther rally. 630 am.that's when the first fans showed up, and it was a party atmosphere right from the start, but when the music started up at noon, romare bearden park rocked. the fans filled every available space in front of the stage and even cheered when the announcer did a mic check. i found folks from across the carolinas, even a woman from pittsburgh, and this woman with this unusual hat. the crowd was filled with folks on a lunch break, people who were off work, and a lot of kids who may have normally been in school, but who created their own signs. sot4:45 "we though would be really neat to do it ourselves." cart and were able to take find a way to be here, like mckenzie from shelby. sot4:35 "we had done really good in school and so mama said this could be a reward."
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cookie season is ready to come out of the oven. if you want to take your cookies break we want to show you a large fire on a san diego freeway. it happened after a truck
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it happened after a truck plunged over the edge of an overpass. the truck burst into flames when it hit the ground, right as rush hour was starting. two people were in the truck and were able to climb out. two huge sinkholes opened up on the same street in oregon yesterday. the largest of the two took out most of the travel lanes on highway 101. the second sinkhole is right across the street. both holes opened within a short period of time. that part of the road is now closed for repairs. a fall hazard has prompted the recall of nearly one-and-a-half million shower rugs. the recall involves aqua rugs with four plastic suction cups... sold in beige and clear. they were sold from july 2012 through
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beyond stores and dollar general. tristar products has received 60 reports of consumers falling in the shower or bathtub while on the rugs. contact tristar products for a free replacement. apple is recalling millions of power adapters because they could cause an electric shock. the two prong wall plug adapters affected were designed for use in continental europe, australia, new zealand, korea, argentina and brazil. the plugs in question were shipped between 2003 and 2015 with macs and other apple devices, and were also included in the apple world travel adapter kit. apple will exchange the faulty plugs for free at any apple store or authorized apple service provider. there's an app that'll now help you pair wine with your favorite
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vivino, which is an app that allows users to photograph wine labels or wine lists and get ratings and reviews, has put together a guide to pair girl scout cookies with wine. it says thin mints pair nicely with a brunello... while oatmeal peanut butter cookies pair exceptionally well with a california zinfandel. to the all the pairings, you can check out vivino dot com and click on the heading titled wine news. coming up on wis--from the swimming pool to the basketball court! michael phelps takes part in an epic distraction that helps his favorite team!
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boardroom for celebrity apprentice. he's the world's third richest man according to forbes. donald trump was a former host. no word yet on the show's premiere date. other celebrities include actress jessica alba and former model tyra banks. one of the two "popemobiles" that shuttled the pope around during his trip to philadelphia last september is going on the auction block. pope francis rode around the city of brotherly love in two fiat 500-l's. one of those cars will be auctioned today at the philadelphia auto show black tie tailgate. the other fiat will go on display at the auto show... which starts tomorrow and runs
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proceeds from the auction will benefit select ministries and missions of the archdiocese of philadelphia. arizona state's student section turned in a gold medal performance when it came to distracting opposing free throw shooters on the oregon state team last night. the school's famed 942 crew cheering section and its "curtain of distraction" behind the opposing basket unveiled an olympic-sized, speedo- wearing distraction when michael phelps made a special appearance. apparently it worked, as the shooter missed both free throws! also trending-- it's one thing to go ice skating in some sort of costume, but it's completely different to go as a t-rex. this video of a t-rex going ice skating in minnesota has more than 55 million views. after quite a wobbly start, the t-rex eventually gets his balance and actually starts soaring around the rink. thanks for joining us for the
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we'll be right back. break tonight in wis news 10 at 6. investigators are trying to he was rated a+ by the nra. not for his promises, but for defending the second amendment... he's a man of deep faith, who fought time and again for the right to life. he laid out a plan to destroy isis months before paris. he'll strengthen our border and use conservative principles to put washington's broken fiscal house back in order. jeb bush. he's the conservative you can trust, to fight for our beliefs. right to rise usa is responsible
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the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality,
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he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over two and a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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plus... a midlands community faces some readjusting now that its big box is gone. and when voters speak in iowa, what does that mean for south carolina voters waiting in the wings? good evening and welcome to the news at six. i'm judi gatson. thanks for joining us this evening. i'm charles molineaux. we're following developments just into the newsroom of a fatal shooting in richland county-- sam bleiweis is following the story from the alert center. we're following reports of a shooting in blythewood this hour... according to initial reports-it happened near farrow and wooten roads. according to richland county sheriffs department spokesperson curtis wilson -- one female is dead. information is limited right now. we have a crew on the scene and are working to gather more details. we'll bring you more as we have
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