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let's get your early morning started with a look at your forecast. tim miller is in the first alert storm center with your wake up weather. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the middle 30s mostly sunny tomorrow, , ghs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. a male victim is in the hospital
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a shooting in hopkins last night. the richland county sheriff's department says it happened around 8 o'clock last night. and the person shot was a passenger inside a white honda found at the scene with the back windshield shattered. we're working to find out the latest on the victim's condition...and we'll have a live report on this developing story coming up on sunrise at 5 am. meanwhile, if you have information on this shooting -- call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. the family of a columbia man shot and killed more than 6 months ago may finally have some justice. columbia police have arrested and charged a man for the murder of 32- year-old timothy gentry. he was killed on beaufort street back in july. police say investigators were able to trace a
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by the suspect, ibin patterson, to gentry's murder. investigators say the connection was made as part of a collaborative effort between multiple agencies. a man remains in jail this morning in connection to the murder of a midlands motorcyclist. last month, investigators found adrian silva, who they say was shot multiple times while riding his motorcycle on long green parkway in columbia. richland county deputies say vincent may is now charged with obstruction of justice in the case. may was given a 25 thousand dollar surety bond. he's also been ordered not to have contact with the victim's family and must wear a gps monitoring device. last night, the two remaining democrats running for president were in a one-on-one political face-off...just five days out from the new hampshire primary. the debate followed a new poll that found bernie sanders with a sizeable lead over hillary clinton in the state. steve handelsman has the highlights. two democrats, two strategies...
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presidential candidate :03 - :06 "senator sanders and i share some very big, progressive goals." hillary clinton emphasized her similarities to bernie sanders, who's out polling her in new hampshire by 20 points s/ sen. bernie sanders / presidential candidate :12 - :17 "millions of americans are giving up on the political process." sanders is pushing huge changes s/ sen. bernie sanders / presidential candidate :20 - :23 "end a rigged economy, create an economy that works for all." clinton said sanders knows he can't do that. cannot wait for those changes and i'm not making promises that presidential candidate :41 - :47 "i am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a superpac." unlike clinton, sanders said: s/ sen. bernie sanders / presidential candidate :52 - 1:01 "being part of the establishment is, in the last quarter, having a superpac that raised 15 million dollars from wall street." 21:25:44 being par of establishment having a superpac that raised 15 mill from wall street in last quarter. 21
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hillary clinton / presidential candidate 1:02 - 1:15 "if you've got something to say, say it directly, but you will not find that i ever insider versus the democratic rebel. steve handelsman nbc news durham new hampshire and, clinton complained, only bernie sanders would say a woman the senate thursday as lawmakers traded jabs over the inability traded jabs over the inability to pass a roads bill. "y'all are wasting my time!" some senators vented their frustration with the fact that there has been little progress on a bill, one month into the 2016 session. senate majority leader harvey peeler said yesterday it's time that senators debated the bill on the chamber floor. governor nikki haley has pledged to veto any legislation that increases gas taxes without cutting income taxes. meanwhile, another bill in the state house could make it more likely we get to see police incidents captured by dashboard cameras. senator larry martin is pushing a bill that would require a judge's permission for
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enforcement agencies "not" to release dashcam video to the public. martin says it would instill more confidence in police decisions. the bill would prevent police from indefinitely blocking the public's ability to see dascham video--unless a judge agrees that releasing the video would cause harm. as millions gather this sunday to watch the panthers and broncos battle it out in the super bowl...a group of usc students will be paying close attention to the ads. yesterday the usc journalism school's "super bowl of advertising" class made their final preparations before they make their critiques. students in the class will choose their favorite commercial, based on things like likability, persuasiveness and brand identity. the winning ad on sunday will receive the annual "cocky award" given by the class. if you see a number of people wearing red today... it's not that valentine's day has come early... although it is a matter of the heart.. the american heart association has declared today "national wear red day" to raise women's awareness of their heart health.
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women are so good at running businesses and running households... that sometimes... they neglect to do the things they need to do to keep their own bodies running... that's why the american heart association is targeting women in its effort to raise awareness for heart disease. "women often put themselves last.. and when we look at the statistics that heart disease is the number one killer of all women - women need to put themselves first." research has shown women are far more likely to call for and recently -- a study from the cleveland clinic found women are considerably more likely than men to let obligations to work, family and friends disrupt their exercise routine.. in addition to family history, smoking and diabetes... a woman's heart disease risk increases with high blood pressure during pregnancy ... gestational diabetes.... and depression. "we also know that women suffer from depression two-fold as often as men, and it
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heart disease by as much as 50%." signs of a heart attack in women can be subtle - and don't always involve chest pain. other symptoms include shortness of breath... pain the jaw and back... extreme fatigue... and nausea. "remember - a woman's intuition is powerful. if you feel something is off -- don't hesitate to call 911. erika edwards, nbc news" the american heart association encourages women to schedule a "well- woman visit" with a doctor... to discuss individual heart disease risks. in honor of nationana"go red day" the city of columbia will hold a community photo session. it's today at noon in front of council chambers. share your pictures with us by tweeting at wis-10. you can also use the hashtag "go red columbia." coming up...the gamecock women's team looked to keep their undefeated season alive last night against kentucky.
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made things a little more difficult for the ladies. rick henry has the highlights and post-game reaction in the friday sports wrap.
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the south carolina women survived a tough test tonight against the kentucky wildcats...we'll get to the first half...mitchell driving....she makes contact is down for quite a while in we'll have more on her condition rebounds. kentucky's taylor murray on the move.....takes it all the way third quarter....wilson dishes to alaina coates....the dutch fork grad finishes with 18 third quarter by launching one from about 60 feet....she banks it in for three....the gamecocks lead by four....57-53. fourth quarter...nervous time for usc....murray with a three without their all- american...mitchelel here's how...coates spins and scores.s.three point play...the lead is five. out of bounds....alaina says gamecock ball. dawn staley updates us on to sunshine. mostly a fantastic friday with a return
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sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the middle 30s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well
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we all remember the horrific night last summer when we learned nine people were murdered during a bible study at mother r anuel ame church in charleston. two survivors -- felicia sanders and polly sheppard sat down with our billie jean shaw as they reflect on the heart- renching night of june 17th. it's a story you'll see only on 10. 232 days later- felecia sanders says it still feels like yesterday. "i go through june 17th all day, all night. i think about what i could've done differently, what could we have said differently y anything." it was on that night at mother emanuel- sanders, her 11-year-old granddaughter and polly sheppard witnessed nine murders. "77 shots. it actually sounded like a transformer blew, but then she yelled and
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"i kept praying under the table, the lord kept me calm." "after i heard the shots, i thought he would've shot and run out, i didn't know it would've kept on going." behind the trigger authorities say was 21- year-old dylann roof. motivated by hate and racism, prosecutors say roof was on a mission to start a race war. "we were so nice to him, we were so nice to him "i don't know what i was expecting, i was just waiting on my turn." on that night, these nine people lost their lives, among the dead were two of sander's relatives. she watched her son, 26- year-old tywanza sanders die while protecting her 85-year-old aunt susie jackson. graphic of nine victims "he told dylann roof you don't have to do this, you
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you doing this?" "he took the attention off of us, the attention was in on him, so that's how he saved us." "i never thought that in my wildest nightmare that i would lose my child, my friends, at bible study. that's the part i can't get past." two days after the shooting, roof appeared in court for a bond hearing. it was there sanders was able to confront the man who changed her life forever. "tywanza was my hero, but as we say in the bible study. we enjoyed you, but may god have mercy on who changed her life forever. "tywanza was my hero, but as we say in the bible study. we enjoyed you, but may god have mercy on you."
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allowed sanders and sheppard to forgive the confessed shooter. "forgiveness is a relief. dylann roof doesn't care if i forgive him or to, forgiveness is for me it's not for him. > the shooting here at mother emanuel has led to the removal of the confederate flag from the state house, a call for more gun control laws and conversations on race relations. sanders and sheppard say they are thankful their family and friends did not die in vain. "hee trying to show us something, some of us woke up and some of us are still asleep." "i always say there's a message in the madness.
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strong faith is what the survivor's pray the nation gets out of this tragedy. "we're beginning to talk now to each other as individuals, different people with different feelings." however, there's one question that sheppard and sanders say they deal with everyday. "why did you pick me, why did you leave me? i keep wondering. we've been at death's door. everything is different- certain noises scare them and they now have to attend therapy. we also talked about the third survivor in the church that night. sanders says her 11- year-old granddaughter is doing her best to get back to living a normal life. they're now preparing to face dylann roof in court in july. we'll be right back.
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a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, l ls in the middle 30s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well fool. often, that foolishness shows-up in his collaborations with the coen brothers...who have cast him in films such as "o-brother-where-art- thou" and "burn after reading." raphael seth has a look at their latest project...and other movies opening at the box office this week. nat
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golden age of hollywood in "hail caesar!" this fully- loaded cast includes josh brolin as the head of a hollywood studio. george clooney is his temperamental star who gets kidnapped. so brolin employs all means necessary to get his actor back and keep it out of the gossip column. "hail caesar" is rated pg-13. nat jane austen rolls over in her grave in "pride and prejudice and zombies." this undead adaptation of the classic novel finds prideful protagonist elizabeth bennett trained in martial arts...while the handsome mr. darcy is extremely prejudiced against zombies, and does his best to wipe them out. "pride and prejudice and zombies" is rated pg-13. nat hopkins. but hopkins plays his malin ackerman card, trapping the young barrister in an affair and framing him for murder. "misconduct"
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nat nicholas sparks cooks-up another southern-fried love story in "the choice." the best-selling author of "the notebook" and "dear john" provides the template for benjamin walker to fall in love with new neighbor teresa palmer....who already see on the far left -- grew up in swansea and spent most of his time in columbia training as an actor, singer and dancer. he attended the south carolina governor's school for the arts and has appeared on broadway and the most recent "annie" remake with jamie foxx & cameron diaz. catch him in "hail, caesar" this weekend. the time is now 4:-- thanks for starting your day with news ten
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night. a live report on what deputies are telling us so far. plus... we're looking at some cooler temperatures heading our r y this weekend. i'll have your first alert forecast, coming up. plus... it's the half-court shot that everyone's talking about this morning. khadijah sessions slams an incredible buzzer beater during the gamecocks game against kentucky last night. it's friday, february 5th. and news 10 sunrise starts right now. good morning. thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm mary king. i'm len kiese. it's five o'clock on this friday, february fifth. story still developing this morning... richland county deputies are loloing to find out who fired
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sending one person to the hospital. we're told deputies were called to jadetree and auburn leaf drive in hopkins where the victim was found. that's in the green lakes subdivision. our michal higdon is there this morning following up on the investigation. she'll have a live report ahead. we're following the possibility of colder temperatures this weekend. tim miller has your first alert forecast on this friday. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the chill with well below
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back to our top story this morning... richland deputies still looking for answers in a shooting that sent a male victim to the hospital. our michal higdon is live in hopkins this morning with the latest -- michal? richland county deputies were here late into the night gathering evidence and trying to figure out exactly what happened here at the green lakes subdivision. here's what we know so far. the richland county sheriff's department says it received a "shots fired" call around 8 o'clock last night at jadetree and auburn leaf drive. when deputies arrived they found a shooting victim who was the passenger
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honda civic which had the back windshield shattered. all deputies are telling us right now is the victim's wounds were to his upper body. he was taken to a local hospital, where his condition is unknown for now. at one point last night, an investigator took a young man into his patrol for an interview. neighbors tell wis they believe that young man may have been the driver of the car -- but we're still looking to learn more on that. neighbors also say multiple gunshots were heard in the eastern portion of if you have information on this shooting -- call sure to bring that to you on air, online and on your phone with the wis mobile app. new this morning... an investigation of a deadly
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new this morning... an investigation of a deadly crash that killed a pedestrian in orangeburg county. the highway patrol says it the road. that victim died on the scene. we'll be following up with the just into the wis alert center this morning a un human rights panel has ruled "wikileaks" founder julian assange should be freed and entitled to compensation. this comes as the un group p nds this morning that he has been "arbitrarily detained" by being forced to into the ecuadorian embassy in london to avoid arrest. assange is wanted in sweden over allegations of sexual assault. assage said he fears sweden will extradite him to the u.s where he could face the death penalty for revealing government secrets. it has literally become the golden ticket. as we get closer to kickoff of super bowl 50 this sunday, it's going to be tough for those who want to be a part of football
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tickets for the big game are five thousand dollars, and they're only getting higher. the panthers and the broncos square off this sunday at 6:30 p-m at levi's stadium in santa clara. wis is going to the super bowl! joe gorchow will be live from california keeping us updated on the carolina panthers as they prepare to take on the denver broncos. our live coverage from santa clara starts today right here on wis. and while folks will be cheering on their favorite team this sunday -- law enforcement will be out in full force ensuring your ride home is a safe and sober one. highway patrol troopers say each year after the super bowl, they see an increased number of dui arrests. lance corporal david jones with the highway patrol says compared to a typical sunday night -- the numbers on your screen are very high. on average, jones says there are only 1 or 2 dui arrests on sundays. so if you're planning to celebrate on super bowl sunday, troopers say have a designated driver. "if you're going to go out and have a couple drinks and you think that the three hour time during the
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think again because that's just not the case. sometimes it can take upwards of 12, 16, 24 hours for your body to metabolize that cohol." law enforcement officials say they will be stepping up patrols on super bowl sunday once it gets closer to the nighttime hours. tempers flared between democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a fiery debate on msnbc. thursday night marked the last time the two will face each other before the new hampshire primary on tuesday. clinton and sanders argued over healthcare, wall street and who is the more progressive candidate. clinton mentioned she wants to maintain the affordable care act, while sanders aims to start over. presidential candidate : "the republicans want to repeal the affordable care act. i want to improve it. i want to build on it, get the cost down, get the prescription drug cost down. senator sanders wants us to start all over again." presidential candidate : "i'm very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pac, who is not raisisi huge sums of money from wall street or special interests.
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sanders is leading clinton among likely democratic voters. hillary clinton's daughter chelsea will make her first campaign swing through south carolina tomorrow. clininn will attend women for hillary events in rock hill and spartanburg. she will then address clemson university's program in women's leadership. republic candidate donald trump will be in south carolina today. he'll make two stops before the first in the south primary. tonight, he'll be at the florence civic center at 7 p.m. on wednesday the 17th, he's scheduled to be at the sumter county civic center. of course, before south carolina, new hampshire will be in the spotlight. coverage. the usc women's basketball team is battle- tested, and undefeated heading into monday night's game versus the uconn huskies. in their final game before that 1-vs-2 showdown, the gamecocks hosted kentucky in front of a packed crowd at colonial life arena. a scary moment in the first half when star senior
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hard, hurting her back. she would not return to the game, but coach dawn staley said that was just a precaution, and she expects her to be okay. mitchell's teammates stepped up in a big way without her, with alaina coates scoring 27 points as the gamecocks knock off the wildcats, 78 to 68. after the game, coach s sley talked about coates' performance. "i thought overall, blocked shots rebounding, finishing in the paint, just timely. so hopefully this is a prelude to the rest of the season. it was a big win for the gamecocks -- but the play of the night that everyone is talking about this morning -- check out this should by khadijah sessions in the 3rd quarter. she knocks down a shot from past half court to beat the buzzer! that gave the gamecocks a 4 point lead heading into the final period. looking ahead to that highly
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game this coming monday. the gamecocks welcome the defending national champion uconn huskies to colonial life arena. game time is 7 o'clock. this is the sesend time in the past two seasons the gamecocks will be in a 1-vs-2 showdown against uconn. last season usc was the top ranked team when they lost on the road to the huskies. the table is set for the gamecocks to flip the script coach staley says she wants usc and tim miller's getting your day started with your first alert forecast. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s overnight lows saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the
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temperatures. coming up on news 10 sunrise... play ball! while we're still waiting for the super bowl this weekend, baseball season is also approaching fast. and the gamecocks will hold some pre-season scrimmages this weekend. when you can attend. this weekend, baseball season is also approaching fast. and the gamecocks will hold some pre-season scrimmages this
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their country have been infected by the zika virus. panama's ministry of health says it's conducting an aggressive campaign to contain the spread of the virus. blood samples are now routinely taken from people and are being sent to panama city to be analyzed. the director of the institute warned that there are likely many more people with the virus in this outbreak. sce and g is warning you to be aware of scam artists that could steal your money. the company says someone is calling people posing as an employee. they threaten to turn off your electricity if you don't pay up. the scammer reportedly tries to get your credit card information or asks you to
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sce and g says if you receive a things got heated on the senate floor as lawmakers expressed anger over the inability to pass a roads bill-- one month into the 2016 session. senate majority leader harvey peeler said it's time that senators debated the bill on the chamber floor. governor nikki haley has pledged to veto any legislation that increases gas taxes without cutting income taxes. she also wants to restructure the department of transportation. another bill in the state house could make it more likely we get to see police incidents captured by dashboard cameras. senator larry martin is pushing a bill that would require a judge's permission for law enforcement agencies not to release dashcam video to the public. martin says it would instill more confidence in police decisions. the bill would prevent police from indefinitely blocking the public's ability to sedashcam video-- unless a judge agrees that releasing the video would cause harm. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday
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overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the chill with well below normal temperatures. the super bowl will bring the end of the football season, and march madness is
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away. but baseball season is also approaching fast! this weekend, the gamecocks will hold another round of pre- season scrimmages at founders park. the first is this afternoon at 4 o'clock. saturday's game is at 1 o'clock -- 1:30 on sunday. all three scrimmages are free. the gamecocks will look to continue their winning all three scrimmages are free. the gamecocks will look to continue their winning ways this year. south carolina is one of only five schools in the nation to host a ncaa regional in five of the last six years. the gamecocks will host albany for opening day on the 19th. more of today's top headlines after the break.
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morning ancandidates. ted cruz still dogged by accusations that he cheated his way to a win in iowa, his campaign is now responding. and one of his rivals, marco rubio, seems to be having a bit or a surge here in new hampshire. as we look ahead to tomorrow night's debate, marco rubio may be the one in the crosshairs this time. we've got a look at all of it coming up on the today show in just a little bit. extreme sports pioneer dave mirra has died. mirra was found dead thursday in north carolina in what investigators say was a suspected suicide. mirra was the world's top athlete in bmx back in the 90's. he has won more medals in the espn x-games than
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greenville, north carolina police say mirra's body was found in a truck, with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. he was 41 years old. mirra leaves behind a wife and two kids. rock and roll heaven has a new member. maurice white, leader of the band "earth, wind and fire" has died. white's brother made the announcement on his facebook page on thursday. maurice white was in music long before forming "earth, wind and fire." he moved to chicago during his teenage years and was a drummer at chess records, playing on songs for people like fontella bass and etta james. white was 74 years old. world leaders met in london to than 10 billion dollars in refugees. the u-s pledged 890- million this fiscal year. secretary of state john kerry said the crisis inside syria "should tear at the conscience of all civilized people." u-n agencies received money to fund schools, shelter and jobs for refugees from syria. two new york city police officers are being treated at a hospital after they were
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thursday night. police say the officers were on patrol in a public housing complex when they were confronted by an armed man who shot them. one officer was hit in the face and the other in the abdomen. police say the suspect fled the scene and later shot and killed himself. the officers have reportedly only been with the nypd for two years. two soldiers from fort bliss, texas are behind bars this morning and charged with the murder of a 16-year-old boy. 25-year-old eric duvall and 20-year-old shane hall were arrested for allegedly killing michael tapia. court documents say tapia was killed in a drug-related incident back in january. tapia's body was found sunday in desert outside of el paso. duvall and hall are being held on one million dollars bond. the monthly job numbers report is expected to be released this morning. the numbers include the unemployment rate, average hourly earnings and payrolls. the u-s job market strengthened at the end of 2015, posting its second best year of job gains since 1999. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s
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30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the chill with well below normal temperatures. the time is now 5:--. we are back with another half hour, in just a few minutes. thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise. good morning. thanks for waking up with
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i'm mary king. it's 5:30, on this friday, february fifth. top stories as you're waking up
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searching for information in a hopkins shooting last night that sent one person to the hospital. we'll have a live report from the scene with the latest, coming up. plus... the "big game" kicks off this weekend in santa clara, california. the carolina panthers and the denver broncos will square off in super bowl 50 on sunday at 6:30. how some are preparing for thee showdown-- plus how you can stay safe if you plan to celebrate. we're following the possibility of some colder temperatures this weekend. tim miller has a look at your first alert forecast as you wake up and prepare for work on this friday. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday i'm watching things for early next week as we'll richland county deputies say one
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hospital this morning after a shooting in hopkins last night. investigators were in the green lakes subdivision late into the night looking for evidence that they hope will lead to a suspect. our michal higdon is live there this morning with what we know right now -- michal?
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subdivision off old leesburg road in hopkins. the big question this morning is where this shooting took place and what actually happened. and at this point in the morning the details are still limited. the richland county sheriff's department says it received a "shots fired" call around 8 o'clock last night at jadetree and auburn leaf drive. neighbors tell us that multiple gunshots were heard in the eastern portion of this neighborhood. but those living near the crime scene hadn't heard any, so it's possible the shooting may have happened elsewhere. when deputies arrived here, they found a shooting victim who was the passenger inside a white honda civic with the back windshield shattered. rcsd tells me this morning that at one point, an investigator took a young man into his patrol for an interview. neighbors tell me they believe
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more information soon. the richland county sheriff's department is asking if you have higdon, wis news 10. the family of a columbia man shot to death more than six months ago may finally have some answers in the case. yesterday, columbia police announced the arrest of a man charged with murdering 32-year- old timothy gentry on beaufort street back in july. police say investigators were able to trace a weapon used in an unrelated case by the suspect, ibin patterson, to gentry's murder. investigators say the connection was made as part of a collaborative effort between multiple agencies. a man is facing charges in connection with the murder of a midlands motorcyclist. last month, investigators found adrian silva, who they say was shot multiple times while riding his motorcycle on long green parkway in columbia. yesterday, the sheriff's
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charged with obstruction of justice in the case. may was given a 25 thousand dollar surety bond he's also been ordered not to have contact with the victim's family and must wear a gps monitoring device. this morning in the wis alert center... honda motor company says it's recalling 5.7 million cars worldwide in the latest round of recalls involving takata air bag inflators. the total includes 440- thousand vehicles in japan and another 2.2 million in the united states. the recall expansion includes more recent car models. federal officials say takata's inflators can explode with too much force, blowing apart a metal canister. at least 11 people have died worldwide from the problem and 139 have been injured. it's the largest automotive recall in american history. democratic presidential hopefuls hillary clinton and bernie sanders went head to head in a fiery debate broadcasted on msnbc.
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democrats in the field met before the new hampshire primary on tuesday, and it was perhaps the most heated debate between the two. clinton accused sanders of questioning her progressive credentials. sanders, meanwhile, didn't back down, stressing that he would maintain the affordable care act after clinton said he wanted to dismantle the bill and start over. "i am on the health education labor committee. that committee wrote the affordable care act. the idea that i would dismantle health care in america while we're waiting to pass a medicare for all is just not accurate." "i really don't think these attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. and enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it." in the end, the two candidates had a moment of solidarity. clinton said if she were to become the nominee, the first person she would call to talk about how to move the country forward would be sanders. republican ted cruz won the gop
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say was plenty of support from that state's evangelical christian voters. and while the candidates may be focusing mostly on new hampshire, signs are all over our area indicating south carolina's gop primary will soon be critical for cruz, donald trump, marco rubio, ben carson and others. they're trying to attract support from south carolina's large evangelical community. among them, midlands pastor mike gonzalez who is working with the cruz campaign. i talk about it every sunday because i believe that pastors are the voice of truth about what's going on in our nation. what does the scripture say about government? it's clear to me there are threeeenstitutions that god has established. number one this. that's the problem is that pastors have been silent in the pulpit. about two thirds of south carolina republicans identify as born-again or evangelical christians. carolina panthers fans are certainly hype about the team's super bowl face off
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this sunday. as we've seen in past games -- the panthers are known for being fun and exciting both on and off the field. and they hope to bring that excitement to the california. our joe gorchow will be catching up with the panthers' players today ahead of the super bowl. he'll join us live from santa clara later today. south carolina law enforcement our joe gorchow will be catching up with the panthers' players today ahead of the super bowl. he'll join us live from santa clara later today. south carolina law enforcement wants to ensure you stay safe on the ride home from super bowl celebrations. troopers say each year after the super bowl, they see an increased number of dui arrests. last year on super bowl sunday
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on average, highway patrol troopers say there are only 1 or 2 dui arrests on sundays. if you're planning to celebrate on sunday troopers say you need to have a designated driver. the super bowl annually comes with a super competition for the best commercials of the night. and as they have in years past- students in an advertising class at usc will be watching closing. each year they evaluate the commercials on things like likeability, persuasiveness and brand identity. so before sunday's game-- students are preparing on the best way to judge each advertisement. "i think it will better engage us with the commercials as to be able to appreciate why they do what they do and understanding this is what they are trying to get across to commercials back to back and trying to process what you just saw. " producers of the winning commercial are invited each year to accept the "cocky award" in person. last year students picked a coca-cola ad.
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dollars for a 30 second slot during super bowl 50. coming up on news 10 sunrise... one local actor has made his way to the big screen... and you can catch him and other a-list stars in a movie coming out this weekend. more on that and other movie releases this weekend as we take a look at the box office preview. the coen brothers tackle the golden age of when the republicans weren't going after president obama they were coming after me. his attorney general. in the cabinet, i served with hillary clinton. i've known her for almost 25 years. this is a woman whose fought her whole life for children,
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voting rights. and today hillary is pushing hard for tougher gun laws and police accountability. if you want to make sure republicans don't take us backward help hillary move us forward.
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hollywood in "hail caesar!" actors george clooney, scarlett johansson and channing tatum are stars of this film....and it turns out one actor appearing in the movie has local ties. clifton samuels grew up in swansea and spent most of his time in columbia training as an actor, singer and dancer. he attended the south carolina governor's school for the arts and has appeared on broadway. in addition to dancing in hail caesar there behind channing tatum he's also been in the most recent nnie" remake with jamie foxx & cameron diaz. "hail caesar" is rated pg-13. "pride and prejudice and zombies" is the new adaptation of the classic jane austen novel. it finds prideful protagonist elizabeth bennett trained in martial arts,
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darcy is extremely prejudiced against zombies, and does his best to wipe them out. "pride and prejudice and zombies" is rated pg-13. and finally... for fans of romantic films- nicholas spspks is cooking up anonoer southern-fried love story in "the choice." the best-selling author of "the notebook" and "dear john" provides the template for benjamin walker to fall in love with new neighbor teresa palmer-- who already has a boyfriend. "the choice" is rated pg- 13. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the chill with well below normal
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media this morning. it was a big win for the gamecocks as they took on the kentucky wildcats -- but the play of the night -- check out this incredible shot by khadijah sessions in the 3rd quarter. she knocks down a shot from past half court to beat the buzzer! that gave the gamecocks a 4 point lead heading into the final period. the gamecocks went on to beat the wildcats, 78 to 68. the gamecocks are looking ahead as they host uconn on monday here in columbia. what makes you a weather geek? today is a day dedicated to celebrating our nation's what makes you a weather geek? today is a day dedicated to celebrating our nation's
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want to also give a shout out to the students of ms. floyd's class at bethel- hanberry elementary school in blythewood. i was there yesterday as part of their african american read-in for black history month..and shared a story about baseball legend jackie robinson. papa joe pinner was also there..and in the center is
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want to thank ms. tracycynd all the students and staff for inviting us to be a part. part. coming up on news 10 sunrise... you might see a lot of people wearing red today, but it's not quite valentine's if you see a number of people wearing red today, it's not that
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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, 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, 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!
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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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it is a matter of the heart. has declared today "national wear red day" to raise women's awareness of their heart health. researchers say most women are rather than themselves. "women often put themselves last.. when we look at the statistics disease is the number one killer of all women - women need to put themselves first." in addition to family history, smoking and diabetes, a woman's heart disease risk increases with high blood pressure during pregnancy, gestational diabetes and depression. the american heart association encourages women to schedule a "well-woman" visit with a doctor-- to discuss individual heart disease risks. in honor of national "go red day" councilwoman tameika isaac devine and the city of columbia will hold a press conference and community photo session.
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council chambers. share your pictures with us by tweeting at wis-10. you can also use the hashtag "go red columbia." palmetto health hospital wants to help women love their hearts with a free health fair this weekend. the "love your heart" health fair will be held this saturday from 10am until 9pm and sunday from noon until 6pm at columbiana mall just outside of belk. the fair will feature free blood pressure and body mass index screenings, health information, a prize wheel, children's activities and more. also this weekend- colonial life arena is transforming into a massive sandpit to welcome in monster jam. the 10-thousand pound monster machines will include grave digger driven by jon zimmer and carolina crusher driven by gary porter among others. there are three separate shows to catch the car- crushing action. the first one is tonight at 7:30pm, and there are two shows on saturday at 2 and 7:30pm. tickets start at $13 for kids and $23 for adults. there is also a party in the pits before saturday's 2pm show. happy birthday to everyone
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send your birthday club pictures to: birthdayboard@wistv.com and specify the date in subject line. you can also mail photos to: birthday board po box 367 columbia, sc 29202 please give two weeks advanced notice.
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preparations for the chinese new year that begins on monday are well underway in beijing. streets and parks are lined with decorations, and locals are gearing up for the holiday which usher in the year of the monkey. the seven-day chinese holiday begins on sunday, with the following day marking the first official day of the year of the monkey. cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel has been accused of assaulting a woman over the weekend- but no charges will be filed. a report was released thursday in which manziel's ex-girlfriend claims he hit her several times. police were called by the woman's neighbor, and audio of the 911 call was released. manziel himself denied the
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hundreds of people paid their final respects to a virginia girl who was stabbed to death last week. mourners for nicole lovell's funeral filled a funeral home in blacksburg to remember the 13-year-old girl. two virginia tech students, natalie keepers and david eisenhauer- have been charged with her death. a bond request for keepers has been denied, and both remain in jail. keepers is charged with being an accessory to kidnapping and murder, while eisenhauer is charged with first-degree murder. mexico's president and u-s cabinet officials have opened an international bridge between the two countries. the bridge was built in part to enhance international trade. the new port of entry connects tornillo, texas and guadalupe, mexico. it's time to grease the poles to kick off the big carnival weekend in new orleans. mardi gras is almost here! the 46th annual mardi gras preview event will be hosted by actor bryan batt. mardi gras celebrations kick off on tuesday. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday
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overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the chill with well below normal temperatures. the time is now . thanks for starting your day
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car, sending one person to the hospital. a live report this morning near car, sending one person to the
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a live report this morning near the scene. we're looking at some cooler temperatures heading our way this weekend. i'll have your first alert forecast, coming up. plus... it's the half-court shot that everyone's talking about this morning. khadijah sessions knocks down an incredible buzzer beater en route to a gamecocks victory over kentucky. now -- a 1 versus 2 showdown with uconn looms on the horizon. it's friday, february 5th. and news 10 sunrise starts right now. good morning. thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm mary king. i'm len kiese. it's 6 o'clock. a story still developing this morning... richland county deputies are looking to find out who fired shots at a car last night -- sending one person to the hospital. we're told deputies were called to jadetree and auburn leaf drive in hopkins where the victim was found.
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subdivision. our michal higdon is there this morning following up on the investigation. she'll have a live report ahead. we're following the possibility of colder temperatures this weekend. tim miller has your first alert forecast on this friday. a fantastic friday with a return mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the middle 30s lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. first alert traffic report
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back to our top story this morning... for answers in a shooting that sent a male victim to the hospital. our michal higdon is live in hopkins this morning with the latest -- michal? richland county deputies were here late into the night gathering evidence and trying to figure out exactly what happened here at the green lakes subdivision. here's what we know so far. the richland county sheriff's
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"shots fired" call around 8 o'clock last night at jadetree and auburn leaf drive. when deputies arrived they found a shooting victim who was the passenger inside a white honda civic which had the back windshield shattered. all deputies are telling us right now is the victim's wounds were to his upper body. he was taken to a local hospital, where his condition is unknown for now. at one point last night, an investigator took a young man into his patrol for an interview. neighbors tell wis they believe that young man may have been the driver of the car -- but we're still looking to learn more on that. neighbors also say multiple gunshots were heard in the eastern portion of this neighborhood. but neighbors around the crime scene hadn't heard any, so it's possible the shooting may have happened elsewhere. people say this neighborhood is normally pretty quiet. f you have information on this shooting -- call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc.
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we will be following up with richland county deputies on the investigation of this shooting in the day ahead. as soon as we learn any new in the wis alert center... the irs says it has resolved a computer system outage and is accepting electronically filed tax returns again. the agency says it had resumed processing individual and business tax returns after a "hardware failure" forced the shutdown of several tax processing systems, including the e-file system. taxpayers should see little, if any, impact on their returns or refunds. the irs says employees worked through the night to get the system back online and apologized for the inconvenience. the final countdown is on. panthers fans are getting ready to cheer their team on this sunday, when carolina plays the denver broncos in the super bowl. and any fans looking to snatch up a ticket last minute, will be shelling out some big bucks. tickets for the big game are averaging five thousand dollars on independent sites, and
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we are now inside of 72 hours to kickoff. the panthers and broncos kick off sunday at 6:30 at levi's stadium in santa clara. wis is going to the super bowl! joe gorchow will be live from california keeping us updated on the panthers as they make their final game preps. our live coverage from santa clara starts today right here on wis. and while folks will be cheering on their favorite team this sunday -- law enforcement will be out in full force ensuring your ride home is a safe and sober one. highway patrol troopers say each year after the super bowl, they see an increased number of dui arrests. lance corporal david jones with the highway patrol says compared to a typical sunday night -- the numbers on your screen are very high. on average, jones says there are only 1 or 2 dui arrests on sundays. so if you're planning to celebrate on n per bowl sunday, troopers say have a designated driver. "if you're going to go out and have a couple drinks and you think that the three hour time during the game you have to sober up --
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that's just not the case. sometimes it can take upwards of 12, 16, 24 hours for your body on super bowl sunday once it gets closer to the nighttime hours. tempers flared between democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a fiery debate on msnbc. thursday night's debate was the last before the new hampshire primary on tuesday. clinton and sanders argued over healthcare, wall street and who is the more progressive candidate. clinton mentioned she wants to maintain the affordable care act, while sanders aims to start over. presidential candidate : "the republicans want to repeal the affordable care act. i want to improve it. i want to build on it, get the cost down, get the prescription drug cost down. senator sanders wants us to prescription drug cost down. senator sanders wants us to start all over again." presidential candidate : "i'm very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pac, who is not raising huge sums of money from wall
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in the latest nbc news poll, sanders is leading clinton among likely democratic voters. hillary clinton's daughter chelsea will make her first campaign swing through south carolina tomorrow. clinton will attend women for hilllly events in rock hill and spartanburg. she will then address clemson university's program in women's leadership. republican candidate donald trump will be in south carolina today. he'll make two stops here before the south carolina primary later tonight, he'll be at the florence civic center at 7 p.m. on wednesday the 17th, he's scheduled to be at the sumter county civic center. of course, before south carolina, new hampshire will be in the spotlight. wis will be there for the the usc women's basketball team is battle- tested, and undefeated heading into monday night's game versus the uconn huskies. in their final game before that 1-vs-2 showdown, the gamecocks hosted kentucky in front of a packed crowd at colonial life
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a scary moment in the first half when star senior guard tiffany mitchell goes down hard, hurting her back. she would not return to the game, but coach dawn staley said that was just a precaution, and she expects her to be okay. mitchell's teammates stepped up in a big way without her, with alaina coates scoring 27 points as the gamecocksksnock off the wildcats, 78 to 68. after the game, coach staley talked about coates' performance. "i thought overall, blocked shots rebounding, finishing in the paint, just timely. so hopefully this is a prelude to the rest of the ason. it was a big win for the gamecocks -- but the play of the night that everyone is talking about this morning -- check out this should by khadijah sessions in the 3rd quarter. she knocks down a shot from past half court to beat the buzzer! that gave the gamecocks a 4 point lead h hding into the final period. looking ahead to that highly
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game this coming monday. the gamecocks welcome the defending national champion uconn huskies to colonial life arena. game time is 7 o'clock. this is the second time in the past two seasons the gamecocks will be in a 1-vs-2 showdown against uconn. last season usc was the top ranked team when they lost on the road to the huskies. the table is set for the gamecocks to flip the script monday night. coach staley says she wants usc fans to sell out colonial life arena. and -- expected in your first alert forecast today. here's tim miller. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the middle 30s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of next week with well below normal temperatures. spring will be here before we know it -- and that
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expected to be okay. more than 100 nypd officers were on the scene in the bronx last night. authorities report the cops were on a routine patrol inside a public housing complex when shots were fired. one officer was hit in the head, but we're told neither officer is facing life-threatening injuries. police say one suspect died at the scene from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. a second is in custody after a manhunt that ended hours ago. sce and g is warning about scam artists that are trying to steal your money. the company says someone is calling people posing as an employee, threatening to turn off your electricity if you don't pay up. the scammer will try to get your credit card information or ask you to buy a prepaid card. sce and g says if you receive inside the state house, tempers flared on the
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jabs over the inability to pass a roads bill. "y'all are wasting my time!" some senators vented their frustration with the fact that there has been little progress on a bill--one month into the 2016 session. senate majority leader harvey peeler said it's time that senators debated the bill on the chamber floor. governor nikki haley has pledged to veto any legislation that increases gas taxes without cutting income taxes. she also wants to see the department of transportation restructured. another bill in the state house could make it more likely we get to see police incidents captured by dashboard cameras. senator larry martin is pushing a bill that would require a judge's permission for law enforcement agencies not to release dashcam video to the public. martin says it would instill more confidence in police decisions. the bill would prevent police from indefinitely blocking the public's ability to see dashcam video-- unless a judge agrees that releasing the video would cause harm. the super bowl will bring the end of the football season, and march madness is just a month away. but baseball season is also
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the gamecocks will hold another round of pre- season scrimmages at founders park. the first is this afternoon at 4 o'clock. saturday's game is at 1 o'clock -- 1:30 on sunday. all three scrimmages are free. the gamecocks will look to continue their winning ways this year. south carolina is one of only five schools in the nation to host a ncaa regional the 19th. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the middle 30s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. florida governor rick scott says he's added a fifth county to a health
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light of three new cases of zika. scott said thursday at a news conference in tampa that the 12 cases in florida are all from people who brought the virus back with them after traveling. florida's warm climate and year-round mosquitoes make it vulnerable. but -- government officials say the state has a solid record of fighting off previous illnesses carried by mosquitos, and they're prepared. governor scott has asked the cdc for 1,000 kits to test for zika on top of 500 the state already has. up next on sunrise -- a look at your friday headlines. thanks for starting your morning with news 10. dylan dryer we are here at the nfl experience taking in all things super bowl.
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two kids. he was 41 years old. world leaders have pledged more than 10 billion dollars in humanitarian aid to syrian refugees during a meeting in london. the united states says it's pledge is 890-million for this fiscal year. secretary of state john kerry said the crisis in syria "should tear at the conscience of all civilized people." during yesterday's meeting, united nations agencies asked for money to fund schools, shelter and jobs for syrian refugees. pharmaceutical chief martin shkreli refused to testify thursday in an appearance before u.s. lawmakers over severe price hikes for a drug sold by his company. yet even without answering questions, he managed to leave them infuriated. shkreli appeared to smirk throughout his hour-long appearance afterward, insulting tweets began to appear under his official account calling the lawmakers "imbeciles." shkreli has been widely criticized for hiking the price of a long-established and potentially lifesaving drug by more than 5,000 percent last year. he exercised his fifth amendment
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self-incrimination during the hearing. the obama administration says 12.7 million people have signed up insurance or renewed coverage under the president's health care law even with the program still in political jeopardy. expectations were low when 2016 open enrollment started on november 1st, with premiums rising. the 12.7 million sign-ups reported thursday falls right in the middle of the administration's projection of 11 million to 14 million enrollments through healthcare.gov and state- run counterparts. the monthly job numbers report will be released this morning. the numbers include the unemployment rate, average hourly earnings and payrolls. the u-s job market strengthened at the end of 2015, posting its second best year of job gains since 1999. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the middle 30s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s.
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coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. more new stories ahead on sunrise at 6:30.... some very impressive video just coming into our newsroom of a some very impressive video just coming into our newsroom of a bus fire out of north carolina. what police say happened just before the intense flames erupted. plus -- a live look this morning in san francisco, the host city of this year's super bowl. coming up, why the panthers say they're not treating this game differently than any other this season. good morning. thanks for waking up with
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i'm len kiese. i'm mary king. it's 6:30. top stories as you're waking up this morning.g. richland county deputies still searching for information in a hopkins shooting last night that
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we'll have a live report from the scene with the latest, coming up. plus... the "big game" kicks off this weekend in santa clara, california. the carolina panthers and the stay safe if you'll be cheering the panthers on from here in south carolina. and tim miller's keeping an eye on ---- in your first alert forecast. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the middle 30s mostly sunny totorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures.
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richland county deputies say one man is still in the hospital this morning after a shooting in hopkins last night. investigators were in the green lakes subdivision late into the night looking for evidence that they hope will lead to a suspect. our michal higdon is live there this morning with what we know right now -- michal?
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subdivision off old leesburg road in hopkins. the big question this morning is where this shooting took place and what actually happened. and at this point in the morning the details are still limited. the richland county sheriff's department says it received a "shots fired" call around 8 o'clock last night at jadetree and auburn neighbors tell us that multiple gunshots were heard in the eastern portion of this neighborhood. but those living near the crime scene hadn't heard any, so it's possible the shooting may have happened elsewhere. when deputies arrived here, they found a shooting victim who was the passenger inside a white honda civic with the back windshield shattered. rcsd tells me this morning that the victim's wounds were to his upper body and he is still in the hospital, but his condition is unknown. at one point, an investigator took a young man into his patrol for an interview. neighbors tell me they believe that young man may have been the driver. we have followed up with richland county deputies on the investigation of this
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more information soon. the richland county sheriff's department is asking if you have any information, please call crime the family of a columbia man shot to death more than six months ago may finally have some answers in the case. yesterday, columbia police announced the arrest of a man charged with murdering 32-year- old timothy gentry on beaufort street back in july. police say investigators were able to trace a weapon used in an unrelated case by the suspect, ibin patterson, to gentry's murder. investigators say the connection was made as part of a collaborative effort between multiple agencies. a man is facing charges in connection with the murder of a midlands motorcyclist. last month, investigators found adrian silva, who they say was shot multiple times while riding his motorcycle on long green parkway in columbia. yesterday, the sheriff's department said vincent may was charged with obstruction of justice in the case. may was given a 25 thousand
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bond he's also been ordered not to have contact with the victim's family and must wear a gps monitoring device. a major recall to report in the alert center this morning... honda motor company says it's recalling 5.7 million cars worldwide in the latest round of recalls involving takata air bag inflators. the total includes 440- thousand vehicles in japan and another 2.2 million in the united states. federal officials say takata's inflators can explode with too much force, blowing apart a metal canister. at least 11 people have died worldwide from the problem and 139 have been injured. it's the largest automotive recall in american history. in their first head to head debate -- democratic presidential hopefuls hillary clinton and bernie sanders came out firing. last night's debate on msnbc was the last showdown before the new hampshire primary on tuesday, and it was perhaps the most heated debate between the two. clinton accused sanders of
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sanders, meanwhile, didn't back down, stressing that he would maintain the affordable care act after clinton said he wanted to dismantle the bill and start over. "i am on the health education labor committee. that committee wrote the affordable care act. the idea that i would dismantle health care in america while we're waiting to pass a medicare for all is just not accurate." "i really don't think these attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. and enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it." in the end, the two candidates had a moment of solidarity. clinton said if she were to become the nominee, the first person she would call to talk about how to move the country forward would be sanders. heading into new hampshire -- bernie sanders has opened up a 2-to-1 lead over hillary clinton. a cnn/wmur poll conducted entirely after the iowa caucus shows 61% support for sanders among likely new hampshire primary voters, compared to just 30% for
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carolina panthers fans are hyped up the super bowl this sunday. this season, the panthers have become known and sometimes criticized for having a lot of fun on and off the field. but they say that personality is why they're winning. the players were asked about it yesterday in california. "i don't think we're flamboyant. i think the narrative that we're the team out there having a ton of fun, doing all this stuff seems bizarre to me. i don't think anyone practices harder than us." "helps us as a team because it makes us feel like we kids, you know? as kids growing up, you kind of love the game, you know, and then you get to college, kind of painful, then i come here my first year, and feel like a kid again." our joe gorchow will be catching up with the panthers' players today ahead of the super bowl. he'll join us live from santa clara this afternoon south carolina law enforcement wants to ensure you stay safe on the ride home from super bowl celebrations. troopers say each year after the
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see an increased number of dui arrests. last year on super bowl sunday there were 9. on average, highway patrol troopers say there are only 1 or 2 dui arrests on sundays. if you're planning to celebrate on sunday troopers say you need to have a designated driver. the super bowl annually comes with a super competition for the best commercials of the night. and as they have in years past- students in an advertising class at usc will be watching closing. each year they evaluate the commercials on things like likeability, persuasiveness and brand identity. identity. so before sunday's game-- students are preparing on the best way to judge each advertisement. "i think it will better engage us with the commercials as to be able to appreciate why they do what they do and understanding commercials back to back and trying to process what you just to accept the "cocky award" in person.
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this year, it costs 5 million dollars for a 30 second slot during super bowl 50. the usc women's basketball team is a perfect 22 and oh after a big win over kentucky. and next up -- a rematch monday versus uconn. what coach staley said about that big game, after last night's win. if you see a number of people
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it's not that valentine's day has come early-- although it is a matter of the heart. the american heart association has declared today "national wear red day" to raise women's awareness of their heart health. researchers say most women are far more likely to call for help when they believe someone else is having a heart attack... rather than themselves. "women often put themselves last.. and when we look at the statistics that heart disease is the number one killer of all women - women need to put themselves
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in addition to family history, smoking and diabetes, a woman's heart disease risk increases with high blood pressure during pregnancy, gestational diabetes and depression. the american heart association encourages women to schedule a "well-woman" visit with a doctor-- to discuss individual heart disease risks. in honor of national "g"gred day" councilwoman tameika isaac devine and the city of columbia will hold a press conference and community photo session. it's today at noon in front of council chambers. share your pictures with us by tweeting at wis-10. you can also use the hashtag "go red columbia." palmetto health heart hospital wants to help women love their hearts with a free health fair this weekend. the "love your heart" health fair will be held this saturday from 10am until 9pm and sunday from noon until 6pm at columbiana mall just outside of belk. the fair will feature free blood pressure and body mass index screenings, , alth information, a prize wheel,
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a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the middle 30s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. it's the shot felt across the world!
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world! or at least, felt all around colonial life arena last
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en route to a big win for the gamecocks over kentucky, khadijah sessions knocked down this incredible shot from past half court in the 3rd quarter as the buzzer went off. that gave the gamecocks a 4 point lead heading into the final period, and usc would close out the wildcats by a final score of 78 to 68. that shot and the win were certainly something to celebrate. but the gamecocks will need to refocus because this coming monday, the defending national champion uconn huskies are coming to town. "i think they're ready for the challenge, i don't know if they're prepared yet. we haven't talked about uconn. we'll talk about them tomorrow and the next three days. i know they'll be ready to play. there's no question. game time is 7 o'clock monday night at colonial life arena. coach staley said earlier this week she wants to sell out the
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you can see the bus was completely destroyed. wake forest univerity officials sent out a message on twitter reporting no one was hurt in the crash. police are investigating the accident. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. internal emails show that high-ranking officials in michigan governor rick snyder's administration were aware of a surge in legionnaires' disease potentially linked to flint's water long before the governor reported the increase to the public. when he disclosed the spike in january, snyder said he had learned about it just a couple of days earlier.
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liberal group progress michigan through public- records requests and shared with the associated press show snyder's own office was aware of the outbreak since last march. the outbreak was also well known within state agencies, according to emails obtained separately by the ap and other news organizations. two new york city police officers are being treated at a hospital after they were shot and injured late thursday night. police say the officers were on patrol in a public housing complex when they were confronted by an armed man who shot them. one officer was hit in the face and the other in the abdomen. police say the suspect fled the scene and later shot and killed himself. the officers have reportedly only been with the nypd for two years. cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel has been accused of assaulting a woman over the weekend- but no charges will be filed. a report was released thursday in which manziel's ex-girlfriend claims he hit her several times. police were called by the woman's neighbor, and authorities released audio of the 9-1-1 call. dallas police say the case is considered closed. manziel himself denied the
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rock and roll heaven has a new member. maurice white, leader of the band "earth, wind and fire" has died. white's brother made the announcement on his facebook page on thursday. maurice white was in music long before forming "earth, wind and fire." he moved to chicago during his teenage years and was a drummer at chess records, playing on songs for people like fontella bass and etta james. white was 74 years old. the time is now . coming up, we'll have one final check of your traffic and weather. plus the headlines of the day. thanks for starting your day with us! day. thanks for starting your day
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when the republicans weren't going after president obama they were coming after me. his attorney general. in the cabinet, i served with hillary clinton. i've known her for almost 25 years. this is a woman whose fought her whole life for children, to protect civil rights, voting rights. and today hillary is pushing hard for tougher gun laws and police accountability. if you want to make sure republicans don't take us backward help hillary move us forward.
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top headlines this morning... richland county deputies are still searching for information in a hopkins shooting that sent one person to the hospital. deputies responded to a "shots fired" call around 8 last night at jadetree and auburn leaf had the back windshield shattered. he was taken to a local hospital, where his condition is still unknown. if you have information on this shooting -- call
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democratic presidential hopefuls -- hillary clinton and senator bernie sanders have a war of words on stage during their final debate before the new hampshire primary. both candidates are saying they came out on top in last night's msnbc debate. but the latest cnn-wmur poll released after the iowa caucuses shows sanders has opened up a 2-to-1 lead over clinton heading into the new hampshire race. the nbc today show breaks it all down -- ahead after sunrise. republican candidate donald trump will be in south carolina today. he'll make two stops here before the south carolina primary later this month. tonight, he'll be at the florence civic center at 7 p.m. on wednesday the 17th, he's scheduled to be at the sumter county civic center. of course, before south carolina, new hampshire will be in the spotlight. wis will be there for the this weekend- colonial life arena is transforming into a massive sandpit to welcome in monster jam. the 10-thousand pound monster machines will include grave digger driven by jon zimmer and
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porter among others. there are three separate shows to catch the car- crushing action. the first one is tonight at 7:30pm, and there are two shows on saturday at 2 and 7:30pm. tickets start at $13 for kids and $23 for adults. there is also a party in the pits before saturday's 2pm show. and a live look right now over broncos in super bowl 50. final preps are under way this weekend. wis will be there! our joe gorchow will be live from california keeping us updated on the panthers ahead of sunday's game. our live coverage from santa clara starts today on the news at 4. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the middle 30s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us
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