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broncos. wis is following the panthers on their journey. our joe gorchow is in san francisco. he joins us live from super bowl city. heading into the super bowl the panthers on each side of the ball... can rely on an excellent playmakers and leaders. a couple include quarterback cam newton and linebacker luke kuechly. together coach ron rivera called them the ying and the yang as leaders on and off the field. cam took it a step further... calling him and luke the ying yang twins. newton has a ton of respect for his defensive counterpart... and it came almost instanteously in luke's rookie year in 2012. newton: when he first got here staying late watching extra film making sur everyone on the defensive de knows what they're doing
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it was a competitive envious... i was like dang... he gets it. kuechly: i think that's a big reason why he's been so successful. he puts the extra work in after practice... after everyone leaves to get him where he is now... i try to see if he is still there or not... to see who is the last one there... and it goes back and forth. the way the two prepare for
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field. newton's been outstanding in the playoffs... while kuechly can do something no one's ever done in the season... grab a pick six in every playoff game all the way through the super bowl. reporting from super bowl city joe gorchow wis news 10 sports. we have a team of reporters followininthe panthers. the raycom news network's brody o'connell checked out the team's final preps. the panthers will return to the field today for their final practice ahead of super bowl sunday... yesterday, the team had full participation from all players including thomas davis and jared allen. head coach ron rivera said there
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practice... but he liked the overall tempo. afterwards, reporters asked some of the team about the fun they have on the field... they said the fun doesn't take away from their preparations... sot: benjamin went on to say that he is feeling a lot better, and will be ready to go next season. but panther nation -- is not worrying about next terwards, reporters asked some sot: benjamin went on to say that he yet -- there is still one game
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to go. and the panthers are one win away -- from securing the first super bowl title -- in team history. for the raycom news network, i'm brody o'connell. we'll have much more on super bowl 50 later on the news at five...first, lets get an update on your forecast. a fantastic frfray with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the upper 20s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. a man charged in connection with a deadly crash in lexington county is making his first court
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sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the upper 20s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's lookininlike 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. a man charged in connection with a deadly crash in lexington county is making his first court appearance this afternoon. 21-year-old derious sutton is charged with felony dui involving death. two vehicles collided early this morning at highway 321 near the lexington industrial park. the highway patrol says sutton was traveling south in the northbound lane when the head-on collision happened. the person killed has been identified as 44 year old valerie rhodes of gason.
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sutton's bond appearance. we will have an update for you on the news at five. investigators are trying to unravel an accident that killed a man in orangeburg county. the coroner says 45 year old ronnie myers of vance was on foot when he was hit by a car on highway 45 last night. myers died at the scene. the driver of the car was not hurt. the victim in a shooting in hopkins is listed in critical condition. richland county deputies responded to a "shots fired" call around 8 last night at jadetree and auburn leaf drive. one man was found shot inside a white honda civic that had the back windshield shattered. if you have information on this shooting -- call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. it has been one year since a murder-suicide rocked usc's arnold school of public health. professor raja fayad was killed in a lab on february 5th, 2015. authorities say he was shot by his ex-wife sunghee kwon, who then killed herself. according to the university's website, fayad's research at usc explored
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prevention and developmentntas well as the structure of crohn's disease. we're following a story out of new york this afternoon: at least one pedestrian is dead and three are injured after a crane collapsed this morning. -video: shot by an onlooker - crane was being lowered to be placed in a more secure position, but it collapses. -the city's tribeca neighborhood. -several cars and nearby buildings were damaged. -authorities: checking buildings for gas leaks "we're concerned, obviously, for everyone who lives and works near there to make sure they are safe. the immediate concern relates to the fact that there's been gas leaks as a result of this incident. fdny and coned have been sweeping all the related buildings." -city under a winter weather advisory when this happened. -mayor ordering all cranes to be secured in the city. -still not sure what caused the
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still ahead on the news at four. donald trump is all smiles ahead of his trip to south carolina. and was the deadly explosion on an airliner the work of a suicide bomber? or was it something else? a team of american experts is
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airliner. that blast ripped a hole into the side of a passenger plane shortly after takeoff from the capital city of mogudishu. as nbc's keir simmons reports...there are some crucial questions still to be answered. :00 :22-:31 1:00-1:15 the force that ripped open this aircraft cabin was likely a bomb, made of military grade explosives, multiple sources tell nbc news. a newspaper report of a suicide bomber in a wheelchair may not be accurate, according to a somali aviation official who says they're awaiting test results. simmons: "so you have not yet been told whether explosive residue has been found?" omar: "no, not yet, we don't have official report from the team that lead the investigation that it is from explosives." he says the fbi has been invited
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type of explosion blew a hole in the fuselage... but if it was a bomb, who is responsible? somalia is home to al- qaeda and isis linked militants. another question this morning... was lax airport security a factor. and where were the explosives hidden? a failure of the plane itself still isn't ruled out... but officials believe this increasingly looks like terrorism. s/ keir simmons/ nbc news/ london, england 1:00-1:15 "now the passenger who was sucked out of the plane when that apparent explosion happened has been identified as a 55- year-old, but officials tell us he does not appear to have been donald trump is back in the palmetto state today. his campaign will hold a rally this evening in florence. the event is set for 7 pm and wis will be there. after that, trump's focus will be back on new hampshire, where the primary is just four days away.
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trump in the front with 30 percent support. he's followed by marco rubio and ted cruz. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is headed for a high profile role on national tv. he is expected to be a guest on saturday night live on wis this saturday night. this week's episode will be hosted by larry david, who has played sanders on the show in the past. the appearance comes just before the new hampshire primary. wis will be there for the new hampshire primary. starting monday, our will whitson will be providing live coverage. be sure to stay with wis for complete decision 2016 coverage all the way through primary season. time now for an update on your weather. for that we turn to meteorologist ben tanner. 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
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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 america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking forormarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa
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lows in the upper 20s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs
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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. this weekend may be the super bowl, but right now college basketball is reehot in
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with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the upper 20s 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 super bowl weekend but right now college basketball is red hot in the
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up n nt: you may not even n able to get into some marquee matchups for both the men and
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of the nation and the political class turn to our beloved palmetto state. we've already had a taste of it in the past few months, but get ready for the full course meal
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but we have to be honest, we have a bit of a bad taste in our mouths seeing the rhetoric coming from some of these candidates. presidential candidate : "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, presidential candidate : "instead of arguing about definitions, let's talk about what we should do." presidential candidate : you began it yesterday with your comments," -ted cruz: "kill all the terrorists." -donald trump: "total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states." -dr. ben carson: "obamacare is the worth thing to happen since slavery." -jeb bush: "hell yeah i would kill baby hitler." -carly fiorina "fully formed fetus on the table." remember when political campaigns were about platforms and not about rhetoric? let's think about the word "platform" for a moment. we live in an age where that concept might seem quite foreign to the younger voters. millennials, which are now
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voting bloc in the country, have grown up in an age where soundbite candidacies for political office have reigned supreme instead of learning about the delicate intricacies and differences between the candidates. campaigns were once carefully put together and molded around the leadership skills of men and women above their ability to make inflammatory and often unfounded comments. now, we listen often times in embarrassment as well-funded canandates for the nation's most important job work to come up with the most ridiculous policies or campaign ideas in order to receive coverage that the 24-hour news networks have voraciously been willing to give. well, we're not going to be part of that here at wis. in the next few weeks, you will receive in-depth coverage on the presidential campaign that you deserve over the soundbites and hollow comments. it is part of our mission here to be "the standard of excellence in the
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applies to campaign coverage. we will live up to that standard. back to south carolina with our campaign coverage, we hope to help you make an informed decision for the primaries. the palmetto state will soon shoulder a tremendous responsibility. as an informed electorate, it's up to you to not only take full advantage of your right, but to also set the tone for the rest of the nation. don't be blinded by advertisements, silly platitudes, or empty rhetoric. let's show the nation how it's done. that's my take, what's yours? it's official...the usc men's basketball game against kentucky on february 13th is now a sellout!. the gamecock ticket office made the
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the sellout is the second this season and is the eighth sellout in colonial life arena history gamecock men's basketball game. south carolina has one more home kentucky. they'll host lsu next wednesday at 7 pm. a limited number of tickets remain for that game. it will be another sellout when the usc women host defending national champion uconn monday. in their final game before that 1-vs-2 showdown, the gamecocks hosted kentucky last night - beating the wildcats 78 to 68. alaina coates scored 27 points. monday's game is at 7 pm. you can catch the action on espn 2. let's get an update on your weather with ben. 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 upper 20s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the
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clouds and a 30% chance of showers (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates
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americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. >> hey, everybody, i'm chris harrison. today should be a lot of fun, because we're playing with some old friends of mine from my other shows, "the bachelor" and "the bachelorette." and best of all, everything
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