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latest weather updates by downloading the wisweather app. it's free; just search wis in your app store. standard data rates may apply. the attention of the nation is focused on northern california. that is where the carolina panthers and denver broncos will clash in super bowl 50 today. wis' joe gorchow reports from
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carolina's five month journey to get to the bay area to play in super bowl 50 nears an end. panthers hope to close it out by bringing home the trophy. the team's confident they're prepared to beat the denver broncos sunday night. "guys are already to play, but this is the case each and every week. we appreciate everything this experience has to offer. we know how to put in the work necessary, and have the focus one game. get this one game under our belt. we're still going to be immortalized forever and life. either way it goes i'm loving it. so fortunate glad to be here." to truly be remembered for a long time... norman and the panthers must find a way to win super bowl 50. giving the panthers strong boost claim the title... the return of defensive end jared allen to the starting line up from injury. both allen and linebacker thomas davis... who broke his right arm in the nfc championship game... will start against
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joe gorchow wis news 10 sports. our joe gorchow will have highlights from today's game on the news at 11. the richland library helped young panthers fans pre-game for super bowl 50. little fans sported their carolina blue at the library's "let's get ready to rumble" saturday morning. kids were able to make their own panthers' banners to help cheer on the team in today's game. a man is in jail this morning charged with trying to kill an orangeburg county deputy. bond was denied for 23- year-old gino brown. sled agents have charged brown with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime. last month, shots were fired at an orangeburg county deputy in santee. it happened at the 'coasters club' on old number six highway. the deputy involved was not hurt and is still on paid administrative leave. one man is in jail -- another is recovering after a shooting saturday afternoon in
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richland county deputies responded to a shots fired call on brookmont lane -- just after noon. deputies say a man was shot several times in the lower body. 35-year-old antoine irick has been charged with attempted murder. investigators say irick was out on bond for a weapons violation at the time of the shooting. patrol is looking for the driver that hit a pedestrian in aiken county. according to police a teen was hit by a car on skyland farm road. we're told the victim of the hit and run is 13 years old. south carolina highway patrol is handling the investigation. two sumter parents have been arrested after their newborn was found with several broken bones icia anderson and adam little have been charged with unlawful conduct toward a child. sumter police say the 9- week-old was brought to the hospital this week with a broken femur. doctors also found several other fractures. we're told the infant is expected to make a full recovery.
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jail. republican candidates came out swinging in new hampshire saturday night. kim hutcherson reports on the new hampshire gop debate. break 1 the race to the white house will soon be heading down south. after new hampshire and nevada,
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voters will head to the polls. between now and then it is a nonstop fight for the candidates to win over voters. the minority vote is a target population and the youth vote could prove to be critical as well. but staying engaged in the progress as a voter -- regardless of your 'group' is important. once you vote you must monitor the process. you must require and demand accountability. youth want to have that one on
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i think it is incumbent upon us as muslims -- whether we are african american or whatever ethnic background we may be from that we should educate ourselves to the process and get involved. what you need to know about the join us sunday morning at 11 for awareness. a strong low pressure system has formed off the florida coast and will move up our way tonight into early sunday. the track of the storm is still in question. the thinking is a few light showers tonight with a more steady rain from the pee dee to hilton head. look for more widespread showers east of columbia with a few areas that will have a rain/snow mix from 4a- 11a. could be a dusting from sumter east.
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air moves in for much of week with well below normal temperatures and a chance for a few snow flurries late monday. the traditional gift for the into early sunday. the track of the storm is still in question. the thinking is a few light showers tonight with a more steady rain from the pee dee to hilton head. look for more widespread showers east of columbia with a few areas that will have a rain/snow mix from 4a- 11a. could be a dusting from sumter east.
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air moves in for much of week with well below normal temperatures and a chance for a few snow flurries late monday. the traditional gift for the 50-th is gold... and pizza hut is going all out for the super bowl's milestone anniversary. 50 random customers who order the stuffed garlic knots pizza today will get this: a pie topped with real gold! the special-edition pizza has nearly one hundred dollars worth of edible,
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don't feel like paying for pizza? you can have a chance to win one
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and pizza hut is going all out for the super bowl's milestone anniversary. 50 random customers who order the stuffed garlic knots pizza today will get this: a pie topped with real gold! the special-edition pizza has nearly one hundred dollars worth of edible, 24-karat gold. don't feel like paying for pizza? you can have a chance to win one without making an order by e-mailing a request to pr@pizzahut.com today. the custom pizza comes in a specially-designed golden box, along with a one hundred dollar
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and today's the day -- the carolina panthers will take on the denver broncos in just a few hours. ahead, we've got a look at the big game plus top honors for coach and quarterback.
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(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
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the 25th ranked gameocks reached that milestone today by knocking off
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eight texas a-and-m on the road. frank martin's team looking to bounce back from a disappointing loss at georgia. first half.....sindarius thornwell gives carolina an eight point lead at 24-16. thornwell scores a game high 25. the aggies rally to lead by one at the half....alex caruso leads a-and-m with 16 points. second half....usc freshman chris silva puts carolina up 57-55 with a two fisted throwdown...... p.j. dozier another freshman...makes some big baskets.... how many point guards can do that? 64-63 aggies.... dodoer rebounds his own miss and scores to tie it at 70....this was the start of an 11- nothing run by usc....dozier finishes with 9 points, four rebounds and four assists. thornwell finishes off the run to put carolina up 79-70 with 2:20 to play. four point six seconds to go....81-78 gamecocks....the aggies turn it over....thornwell picks up the loose ball.... usc wins it t -78. it's the gamecocks first road win over a top ten team
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thousand six. the clemson tigers also on the road today at virginia tech. first half...landry nnoko throwing it down like he means it.... now nnoko...with a follow-up appointment has he crams home the offensive rebound. zach leday doing some heavy damage for the hokies..he drives onnnoko and scores... then leday chases down a rebound and puts it back in....... virginia tech wins it 60 to 57. in other action...south carolina state defeats coppin state 88 to 83. the bulldogs are tied for first place in the meac with hampton..both are eight and two in the conference. newberry's gerald evans scores a career high 30 points to lead the wolves to a 117-to- 93 win over mars hill.
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big honors this morning for panthers head coach ron rivera and quarterback cam newton. rivera takes home coach of the year... and cam wins the nfl's mvp award. we also caught up with some other local names on the red carpet the nfl awards. delano little has more from super bowl city. oc...we still have one game to go. as the competition heats up on
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as the competition heats up on the field tonight, a showdown will also be going on--on the sidelines. neither panthers coach ron rivera nor broncos coach gary kubiak have won a super bowl as head coach. it's not their first time at the big game though-- both were assistant coaches in the super bowl before. rivera was defensive coordinator for thth chicago bears when t ty played the championship game in 2006. and kubiak was the quarterbacks coach for the san fransisco 49ers during their go at the
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with the kickoff of super bowl 50 tonight...for some, it's as much about the parties as it is the big game. analysts have determined that millenials will spend the most on game day. the national retail federation reports...people ages 25 to 34 will shell out about 140-dollars for the super bowl this year-- that's compared with an overall average spent of 82-dollars. millennials will spend most on food and new t- v's. people are expected to use more data than the 6.4 terabytes at last year's super bowl. last year's number alone is more than double what's typical for a san francisco 49ers football game. a million visitors are expected in the san francisco bay area, which analysts say has traditionally been a hard area for cell companies to cover because of its hills. super bowl 50 could become the most expensive sporting event in u-s
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ticket tracking site seat- geek reports that the average ticket price is just shy dollars... hundreds of dollars more than the record-setting ticket price for the mayweather-pacquiao fight last spring and far more expensive than tickets to super bowl 49, which had set a record for the n-f-l. the area's high average income is likely a factor in high ticket prices. break 3 8 shrimp, peeled, cleaned
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i don't know what i'm doing. i can't find anything just when i think it's just not going to work. this woman that works there comes over and asks can i help you? and he was so happy, to do it amazing right? i never would have expected would have thought that anyone would find that do that. make that go out of their way for me. right then, right there i couldn't believe it he was so helpful i know it's such a small thing little thing. simple thing but it made me smile made me happy made my day share your story. publix. where shopping is a pleasure. new hampshire saturday night --the political landscape has changed since their last debate. donald trump is still polling well, but he knows ted cruz is nipping at his heels. meanwhile, marco rubio is coming up fast in the
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kim hutcherson reports: the gloves were off in new hampshire saturday. donald trump doubled down on his controversial positions. "i hit immigration, i hit it very hard ted cruz took aim the president: "this is a president who, in the wake of paris and san bernadino, will not even use the words 'radical islamic terrorism' much less focus on defeating the enemy. candidates slammed the affordable care act: "you have to replace it with something that makes sense. it doesn't make sense. they talked about north korea's misssse- launch claims: "the next president of the united states is going to have to get the united states back in the game and if a pre-emptive strike is necessary to keep us safe then we should do it." "that's what i worry about the most - non-state actors, people who don't have a uniform, people who don't have a country." there were heated exchanges.
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christie: "it's a fine job, i'm glad you ran for it but it does not prepare you for president of the united states" "chris your state got hit by a massive snowstorm to weeks ago and you didn't even go back they bush. "how tough is it to take property from an elderly woman?" "let me talk, be quiet that's all of his donors and special interests" in just a aew days, we'll find out which candidate made the most compelling case to new hampshire voters i'm kim hutcherson reporting. new hampshire's primary will be held tuesday. wis will cover the new hampshire primary starting tomorrow with will whitson. stay with wis for complete decision 2016 coverage all the way through primary season. it lolos like the nation is following iowa's lead. senator bernie sanders and hillary clinton are running neck and neck... according to the latest poll. quinnipiac university released its new poll
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it shows clinton with a slim lead over sanders... but its in the margin of error. the former secretary of state garnered 44- percent... while sanders received 42-percent support according to a quinnipiac university poll released friday. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is headed for a high profile role on national tv. sanders made a guest appearance on saturday night live. yesterday's episode was hosted by larry david, who has played sanders on the show in the past. the appearance comes just before the new hampshire primary. birthday board break 4 good sunday morning, thanks for staying with us.
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looking live over downtown columbia right now . let's get a check of your first alert forecast. north korea has successfully launched a florida coast and will move up our way tonight into early sunday. the track of the storm is still in question. the thinking is a few light showers tonight with a more steady rain from the pee dee to hilton head. look for more widespread showers east
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that will have a rain/snow mix from 4a- 11a. could be a dusting from sumter east. big changes next week as cold air moves in for much of week with well below normal temperatures and a chance for a few snow flurries late monday. north korea has successfully into early sunday. the track of the storm is still in question. the thinking is a few light showers tonight with a more steady rain from the pee dee to hilton head. look for more widespread showers east of columbia with a few areas that will have a rain/snow mix from 4a- 11a. could be a dusting from sumter east. big changes next week as cold air moves in for much of week with well below normal temperatures and a chance for a few snow flurries late monday. north korea has successfully
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satellite into space. critics, including the united states, say the launch of the long-range rocket is meant to test banned technology for a missile that could strike the u-s mainland. the u-n security council has scheduled an emergency meeting later this morning on the north
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secretary of state john kerry is missile launch. he says it's a disgraceful violation of the u.n. he also says the u.s. will continue to work with its partners and members of the u.n. security council on significant measures to hold north korea to account. one officer is injured and a suspect is dead after a shooting saturday evening in ohio. officer kyler newfer of the kenton police department was responding to a domestic disturbance when he encountered an armed man who was just sitting on a porch. the suspect identified as 47-year-old stephen davis fired at newfer and other officers as soon as they arrived and then led police on a chase. newfer was hit twice in the back and is recovering at a local hospital. new information, the death toll in an earthquake in southern taiwan now stands at 19 with about 132 still missing. the mayor of tainan says life detectors at a collapsed 17-story high-
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are still alive but trapped inside. hundreds were injured in the magnitude-6.4 earthquake that struck about 4 a.m. saturday. higher minimum wage across the state-- that's what some south carolina workers are demanding. our alexis simmons was at the raising wages summit this weekend. she shows us why people are calling for a change. "we are the union...we are the union...the mighty mighty union...the mighty mighty union." voices echoed off the walls of the international longshoreman's association...at the raising wages summit...and they're asking for a lving wage. "i want to stay in child care, but i can't stay in childcare with 8.50 an hour, it's not working, 15 dollars an hour would guarantee
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furniture, health insurance." worker amy reece is just one of thousands...in the fight for 15. "we want that but south carolina is not listening so we're trying to make them listen." right now south carolina is one of 5 states without a minimum wage, so it follows the 7 dollar and 25 cents an hour federal mandate. there's a bill filed to raise the wage to 10 dollars and 10 cents in the state.
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dollars an hour after five years. almost all of us have been there -- dealing with the curse of a broken iphone screen. but now there could be a solution... or at least some good news to help you get a working phone back in your hands. hillary clinton and ted cruz lead the political parties after the nation's first caucus in iowa but the race is far from won. the remaining presidential
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have their work cut out for them as they continue to court south carolina voters ahead of the impending primaries. south carolina is very much -- for the republicans like the national republican party you've got to appeal to all the constituencies. you can be a one trick pony or a one size fits all type of campaign here. it's a major test for the these campaigns. we're going to let the voters make their decision
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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 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.
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becoming the largest 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 candidates 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 midlands" that also applies to campaign coverage. we will live up to that standard.
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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? after clear skies and lows in the mid/upper 20s saturday morning, highs will be in the upper 40s, lower 50s saturday afternoon with increasing clouds late in the day. a few light showers will develop late saturday into sunday as low pressure climbs just offshore the s.c. coast. the chance for rain will increase drastically in eastern/southern sections of the midlands and throughout the low country, pee dee, grand
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lower 50s saturday afternoon with increasing clouds late in the day. a few light showers will develop late saturday into sunday as low pressure climbs just offshore the s.c. coast. the chance for rain will increase drastically in eastern/southern sections of the midlands and throughout the low country, pee
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you won't see footballs like these on the field any time soon! these "fashion footballs" were dreamed up by the council of fashion designers of america. it's all part of the super bowl's 50th anniversary. gold leaf, tassels, metal spikes and other extravagant embellishments can be seen throughout the series. each piece is being auctioned online from now
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like these on the field any
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these "fashion footballs" were dreamed up by the council of fashion designers of america. it's all part of the super bowl's 50th anniversary. gold leaf, tassels, metal spikes and other extravagant embellishments can be seen throughout the series. each piece is being auctioned online from now until february 14th. proceeds will go to the n-f-l foundation, a charity serving various causes. many people think high cholesterol you don' t have to worry about until you're older... but doctors say that isn't the case. details coming up. break 6
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you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... 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 is responsible for the content of this message. i don't know what i'm doing. i can't find anything
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this woman that works there comes over and asks can i help you? and he was so happy, to do it amazing right? i never would have expected would have thought that anyone would find that do that. go out of their way for me. right then, right there i couldn't believe it he was so helpful i know it's such a little thing. simple thing but it made me smile made me happy made my day share your story. publix. where shopping is a pleasure.
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lindsey mastis shows us what to do -- and not do -- to save money. "when it comes to spring break, you don't want to wait for any last-minute travel deals. that's because experts say that if you want to save money, you have to book early, especially if you're flying." spring break isn't just for college students. it's a chance for families to spend quality time together -- on vacation. and you don't want to get left behind. "the minute you know you want to take a vacation, you have to book." using third party websites and apps to find deals -- may seem like a good idea -- but... "god forbid something was to happen, the airline only helps those, physically, that bought either from a travel agent or their airline direct." some cruise lines offer online specials for booking in advance -- like norwegian. "once you get on the cruise, it's very hard to save money, because everything you see you want to buy." levent recommends making
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with the cruise line. "if you booked an excursion on a cruise line, and something was to happen on that excursion, since you booked it with the cruise line, they'll levent recommends booking hotels early -- and if a better deal comes along -- you have 24 hours to cancel your original reservation. you can also use apps like yelp and foursquare -- to find deals activities. there's even an app to find free beer. another way to save money: avoid traveling during spring break -- and instead -- vacation earlier or later. "we took about four days off from school and college and we came down to enjoy tampa." when it comes to spring break, booking early is the way to go. you'll save money and guarantee your spot, especially if you're planning to travel to a popular spring break destinations such as mexico, the bahamas and florida. if you think your broken smartphone is worthless, think again. the apple- focused tech blog nine-to- five-mac-dot-com reports apple will soon pay for broken i-phones. it's an upgrade to apple's
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program, which already gives customers who trade their old model phone credit toward the purchase of a new model. nine-to-five-mac-dot-com says apple hopes the program will encourage people to upgrade their phones instead of just paying to replace a broken screen. 0 and if you're betting with someone on the super bowl... and you win... those winnings are actually taxable. the super bowl is the most gambled-on sporting event in america... and according to the american gambling association, americans will bet $4.2 billion on super bowl 50. nearly $4.1 billion of those bets will be wagered illegally. whether it's legal betting or illegal betting... those winnings are taxable income. toyota has decided to end its scion brand...and re- badge the vehicles as toyotas. scion was started in 2003 as a separate car brand targeted at younger buyers. while its products are close to
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an analyst with autotrader says millennial buyers are less interested in standing out, and would rather buy cars from known and trusted brands. many of us don't even start to think about the dangers of having high cholesterol until we hit middle age, but new studies are showing that young adults should be thinking about their cholesterol levels early to ward off dangerous heart disease, later. adam mccoy has more. as a young woman nicole diaz nelson was very surprised when her doctor gave her some unwanted and very unexpected news. i found out i had high cholesterol about two years ago i was completely shocked because i was in my mid twenties and i had been vegetarian for a long time. and she's lucky she found out as early as she did because recent studies are showing that having high cholesterol early on can put you at a much greater risk for having heart problems when you're
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so specifically for every 10 years a person has high cholesterol by the time they are 55 their future risk of heart disease was increased about a third. the american heart association the american college of cardiology do recommend screening early adults screening young adults for high cholesterol and then repeat screenings every five years if with very high levels of cholesterol - medicine might be needed to keep it in check. for health minute, i'm adam mccoy your doctor can test your cholesterol levels during your regular check ups. but also many local drug stores offer these tests for free or for a low cost as part of a total health screening event various times a year. federal health officials are investigating a multi- state salmonella outbreak and warning consumers about the likely source. manufacturer "garden of life" has voluntarily recalled several versions of its "raw meal organic shake and meal" products after
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have been reportedly infected with salmonella. a joint c-d-c, f-d-a investigation suggests these "garden of life" products are the source of the outbreak. so far, one person has been hospitalized. no deaths have been reported. still to come, we'll get a final check of your weekend weather. stay with us. but first here's a look at what's coming up on awareness. break 7 a celebration of history was alive on the streets of
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america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... 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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looking for a suspect wanted for attempted murder. on saturday, deputies say tony transported to the hospital, but somehow broke away from the deputy as he opened the vehicle door. investigators say gilmore ran boulevard. if you have any information on where he might be, contact crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. a celebration of history was alive on the streets of
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saturday hundreds of people took part in the annual 'karamu statewide black history parade and festival'. children's groups and dance teams were among those to march down harden street in columbia. the parade was followed by a celebration at martin luther king jr. park. thanks for watching news 10
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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,
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fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in.
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