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front will sweep through the a little warmer friday before for the carolina panthers, but not kind to the team or its fans. when the final seconds ticked off the clock, it was santa clara, california. "the whole atmosphere everybody around i mean it's unbelievable." first, the fans went gaga.. and then ... the lady did.. the broncos opened the game with cutting the lead to just three.. both teams gave the ball away before half- time.. a long punt return led to another denver field goal.. giving the broncos a 13-to-7 lead at the half.. a half-time that started with coldplay.. and ended red hot - with bruno
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beyonce joining the show.. in the 2nd half, the teams traded field goals, but late in the 4th quarter with the panthers trailing by six, the panthers turned the ball over, their fourth of the game. the result...a broncos td that secured a third broncos super bowl win and a second super bowl for these players in the super bowl win was to make sure their leader the sheriff had one final championship ride." "it's just a blessing from god just for him to go out manning says he'll take a little time to enjoy thiwin and talk with his family before deciding his future. jay gray nbc news santa a ara away from the excitement and confetti in santa clara, things looked a lot different back in stadium. well we had hoped to be here at
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different back in charlotte. raycom news network's sharon smith has more on the mood of the city outside the panthers stadium. well we had hoped to be here at bank of america stadium celebrating a super bowl victory with all the thousands of fans who were hoping to come here. instead you see that it is quite the different scene. "a lot of people are proud of their team for the journey the panthers have been on and for the ride we have all had with them. for the raycom news network i'm sharon smith in charlotte." and following the game, nfl mvp cam newton caused some controversy for the
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post-game press conference. the often boisterous quarterback didn't have much to say to reporters before deciding to cut things short and walk away from the mic without any warning. the move has caused some criticism from former players. coming up on the next hour of sunrise, our joe gorchow will join us live from santa clara for more on last an attempted murder suspect, on the run from law enforcement, is back in police custody today. richland county deputies say 17 year old tony gilmore was taken to palmetto health richland late saturday nigig by columbia police, after
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deputies were dispatched after learning gilmore was wanted for 2 counts of attempted murder. after being discharged from the hospital, gilmore reportedly ran away from deputies while handcuffed. after more than 12 hours, gilmore was caught around 2 o'clock this afternoon on monticello road -- still in handcuffs. deputies say gilmore is wanted in connection with a shooting two weeks ago where two other teenagers were hurt. it happened at a party on foxhunt road in northeast columbia. investigators say, a man out on bond for a weapons violation is back in jail, for a shooting. 35-year-old antoine irick has been charged with attempted murder. richland county deputies say irick shot a man several times in the lower body. it happened saturday afternoon on brookmont lane . the victim is expected to be o-k. it's an ongoing issue in batesburg-leesville that's been talked about for years. an old cemetery -- home to many beloved midlands veterans -- is in constant need of care. volunteers stepped up again last fall to clean up the overgrown burial ground.
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-- the issue is finding a permanent fix to keep it maintained. "it made me feel very good. cause i've been wanting it to happen." not far from corine johnson's back door --- are images of heartbreak. "the overgrowth had been there for years." overgrown by the earth.. dozens of graves -- some belonging to veterans of the first and second world wars -- now lying in disarray. the graves used to sit beside olive branch baptist church --- before it burned down and was relocated decades ago. "it made me feel bad...for the ones that were buried out there a lot of their relatives had left." time and time again.. the woods have overtaken this hallowed ground. but periodically, kindness comes through to clean it up. "we all pulled together to get
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most recently last memorial day... volunteers from across south carolina stepped up. "i think they need respect." clearing the lot of trees and debris.... -- and tending to the graves. "this is not just a church thing...it's a community thing." but the question now for olive branch baptist -- which still owns the property, is how to keep this burial ground regularly maintained? the town of batesburg- leesville has asked the church to come up with a plan by march -- or risk of daily fines. church members say their concern is not having the money and resources -- to keep provided about 4-thousand dollars in servicee to help with the cemetery's recent cleanup -- mayo clinic researchers say
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developed a drug that -- when given to mice -- increases their lifespans by up to 35 percent...while reducing age-related illnesses. their goal -- to eventually have a drug that will be suitable for humans. chris yu has more. they've been living longer and looking healthier thanks to a new drug developed at the mayo clinic "it was a very labor- intensive and stressful project. but i'm glad it worked out." dr. jan van deursen and his team have been studying mice for years, and learned that by removing damaged cells that no longer divide they increased the life span of the mice by 17 to 35 percent. removing those cells also made the mice's organs healthier. "we see a health improvement in a number of tissues. we think a very important tissue is the heart. it seems like the heart was able to maintain its youthful performance so it's very stress resistant." so how do dr.
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remove those damaged cells from mice? they inject a drug into the animals. and they say the drug seems to have no negative side effects. "within six months of treatment, we did see these health improvements in the heart and kidney." dr. van deursen hopes with these new findings researchers can eventually develop a drug that will do the same for humans with the potential of treating heart attacks... c-o-p-d... and many more. "removing senescent cells may also have an important anti-cancer effect." so how long before clinical trials for humans? dr. van deursen says they could only be a few years away. "if a clinical trial turns out to be successful and safe, i think perhaps the sky is the limit." that was chris yu reporting. dr. van deursen says the research began seven years ago. and although progress has been slow and gradual, he is excited
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a a rth carolina man died over the weekend after running in a race where contestants also eat krispy kreme doughnuts. the man died during the 12th annual krispy kreme challenge, according to north carolina state university officials. in a press release the university said the 58- year-old male stepped out of the race within the first mile and reported having chest pains. ems transported him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. coming up... we'll have more on last night's game, including highlights and post-game reaction. and tonight marks a huge opportunity for the usc women's team. break 1 the carolina panthers turn in a not so super performance...as they fall to
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broncos in super bowl 50. the panthers were favored by less than a touchdown....they wind up losing by two t-d's. charlotte native and nba star
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pounding the drum for the panthers...... the cats playing in their second super bowl...looking for their first title. denver quarterback peyton manning playing in his fourth super bowl....looking for his second ring. first quarter...the broncos bringing the heat to cam newton....von miller strips the football....malik jackson falls on it in the end zone for a touchdown....ten- nothing
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second quarter.....jonathan stewart puts the panthers on the board...when he leaps over from the one....it's ten to seven. big play here for the broncos...the panthers must have thought they were playing two hand touch...they let jordan norwood break free....he goes 61 yards ...that's a super bowl record for the longest punt return...that set up a field goal to make it 13-to-seven denver. final seconds of the half...demarcus ware puts cam down...he was sacked third quarter...the struggles continue for newton and the panthers... his pass is picked off by t.j. ward.....he fumbles but the broncos make the recovery. fourth quarter...panthers down six....another turnover....miller
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hand....ward makes the recovery..... that leads to a touchdown run by c.j. anderson....they add a two point conversion.....the broncos lead it 24-to- ten with just over three minutes to play. and that's how it ends. the panthers are now oh and two in super bowls. peyton manning gets his second ring...in what could be the next several days. a cold front will sweep through the state today giving us a chance of a few showers late breezy with highs in the middle to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. colder air filter in for the rest of the week with highs in the lower 40s, overnight lows from the teens to lower 20s wednesday
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a little warmer friday before another shot of cold air for next weekend. break 2 front will sweep through the state today giving us a chance of a few showers late breezy with highs in the middle to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. colder air filter in for the rest of the week with highs in the lower 40s, overnight lows from the teens to lower 20s wednesday friday. a little warmer friday before another shot of cold air for next weekend.
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there's a lot at stake in new hampshire, and (andy stanley) we'd learn from our mistakes in the areas that matter least, but we repeat, unfortunately, we repeat our mistakes in the areas that matter most.
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and effort to win over voters. jeremy roth reports. less than 24 hours from being on the debate stage, candidates are back to canvassing the granite state for more supporters. in a recent poll of likely republican primary voters ...the winner of the republican iowa caucuses, ted cruz placed third.. marco rubio bumped up to second place. and donald trump came in first.. presidential candidate "i picked up a lot of delegates in iowa and in new hampshire i think i'm going to do very well. i have a great relationship between the vets and all of the people in new hampshire. they just seem to be very positive for me. rubio says he plans to stick
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approach he used in iowa. presidential candidate "same strategy in new hampshire. we want to get as many people to vote for me as possible. and we'll keep moving forward." the same cnn/ wmur poll for hillary clinton. despite sanders' significant lead, clinton remains optimistic i love it because the i know i'm behind but i'm in very good spirits about that because i love the process" i'm jeremy roth reporting. still to come this morning on sunrise... a couple of myrtle beach smokestacks came tumbling down sunday morning. break 3
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here in chilahead as we'll feel the pinch of winter over the next several days. a cold front will sweep through the state today giving us a chance of a few showers late
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to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. colder air filter in for the rest of the week with highs in the lower 40s, overnight lows from the teens to lower 20s wednesday friday. a little warmer friday before another shot of cold air for next weekend. chris clackum has more on the economic side of the romantic day. sweethearts worldwide have their special day this sunday.. it's valentine's day. celebrated "simply" most places around the globe...americans are expected to easily spend in excess of 20- billion dollars.. on that special someone.. ...a third of that online. "i'm not expecting anything too extravagant...we'll probably just go out to dinner" dinner out ...is what a third of
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by fatwallet-dot-com said they'll be doing on valentine's day. over half said they'll buy candy...the heart shaped box is the most popular... ...while giving flowers is the preferred gift by one in four...making it the busiest day of the year for the for your pet for valentines day? toys!" the fatwallet survey found one in five will buy a valentine present for their pet. "would you like to have candy, flowers, jewelry, dinner or all of the above? i would love to have all of the above...i'm gonna be honest...all the above would be great !" but probably greater than 150-dollars... which is what the average american will spend on valentine's this year. chris clackum, nbc news. millions of americans are hiding a financial secret from their significant other. a recent study by credit cards dot com finds 13 million americans have hidden a bank or credit card account from their
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significant other. the study found that's not the only financial secret being kept. 41 percent have spent over 100 bucks without their spouse or partner's knowledge. but... most americans can't be accused of hypocrisy when it comes to such financial secrets. 47 percent said they'd be okay with their significant other spending more than 100 dollars without being told about it. crews exploded nearly 120-pounds of dynamite sunday morning near myrtle beach south carolina to bring down two smoke stacks. after about a year of demolition on an old coal mine-- grainger generating station-- the smoke stacks were the last structures standing. workers toppled the towers at about eight a-m... placing dynamite in more than 330-holes punched into their bases. crews strategically detonated the dynamite in multiple blasts... spaced 25-milliseconds apart... to knock down the smoke stacks. the explosion lasted about 12-seconds. the time is now 4:--
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with news ten sunrise.
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a devastating loss. panthers quarterback cam newton works to gather his composure after the panthers suffer a heartbreaker to the broncos in super bowl 50. and... i'm live at colonial life arena with more on tonight's big matchup against the usc gamecocks and the uconn huskies. plus... cold temperatures expected this week. i'll have the latest in your first alert forecast. it's monday, february 8th. and news 10 sunrise starts right
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good morning. thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm mary king. i'm len kiese. it's five o'clock on this monday, february eighth. it was a heartbreaker for carolina panthers fans as the team suffered a disappointing loss to the denver broncos in super bowl 50. cam newton and the team came up short sunday night as denver defeated carolina, 24 to 10. our joe gorchow is live in san jose this morning with more on the upset-- we'll check in with him in just a bit. plus -- cool today, but that will fail in comparison to how cold it will be in the days ahead. tim miller is keeping on eye on a cold front that will usher in some of the chilliest air of the season. monday a front will cross the area and give us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers during the afternoon.
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middle 50s, this front will usher in some cold canadian air and daytime highs will be stuck in the 40s tuesday and wednesday. back to our top story this morning... it was definitely not the outcome the carolina panthers were looking for. in the end it was the denver broncos that took home sunday's super bowl 50 win. our joe gorchow joins us live outside the panthers team hotel in san jose this morning with more on the panthers' emotional loss -- joe?
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team hotel... they hoped for a more lively atmosphere following super bowl 50. unfortunately... that's not the case for carolina. the panthers fun ride this season ends with a bitter defeat. no smiling... or dabbing from carolina sunday night on the field. the broncos defense made it a frustrating night for cam newton and company. the league's best scoring offense had its worst night thanks to the pressure applied by the broncos defense. carolina allowed seven sacks... and turned it over four times. four of those turnovers led to two broncos touchdowns. the pressure applied on cam made him uncomfortable in the pocket all game. the panthers couldn't take the heat off newton...
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no one got it going on the ground. although the panthers stuffed the broncos offense... it didn't matter. denver made the big plays defensively to ruin carolina's dream season. afterwards... cam newton was devastated by the panthers poor performance. "i spoke a little bit with him. it's one of those things it's going to hurt everybody for awhile for a few days or whatever it is. we'll get over it an move forward." "they just played better than us. i don't know what you want me to say. they made more plays than us and that's what it comes down to. i mean we had our opportunities, it wasn't nothing special that they did, we dropped balls, we turned the ball over, gave up sacks, threw errant passes, that's it." cam was upset by the loss. he was brief after the game and
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dejected walking off the stage following his media availability. as poorly as carolina's offense played... the defense was phenomenal. they limited peyton manning and the broncos to just 194 total yards. the fewest ever by a super bowl champion. live from the panthers team hotel -- joe gorchow wis news 10 sports. of course, the loss isn't sitting too well with panthers fans...who were hoping for more out of the panthers fans...who were hoping for more out of the team's second trip to the super bowl. fans, clearly upset over the 24 to 10 loss, didn't feel like talking to reporters from charlotte when leaving levi's stadium sunday night. but the few who did stop to talk, expressed their frustration. "you know, 4 turnovers.
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turnovers. they were in there until the last 5 mins or so, but 4 turnovers really did them in." "the overall experience was incredible. i had a great time, other than that's what i was afraid of. their defensive ends were too strong and cam didn't have any time." for more on super bowl 50 including photos from the win and more on the game's mvp, head to our website at wis tv dot com. in the wis alert center this morning... north carolina governor pat mccory is said to be doing okay after he was involved in a wreck in california last night. the crash happened last night in san jose, not far from where the super bowl was played in santa clara. according to the california highway patrol, the governor's vehicle was rear-ended by a mercedes. officials say mccrory complained "of minor pain"... but continued to his destination. mccrory released a statement on the accident, which says "we were very fortunate, and while i am
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panthers, this puts the game in proper perspective. i want to thank the california highway patrol and ems for their professionalism and quick action." an attempted murder suspect who was on the run from law enforcement is back in police custody. richland county deputies say 17 year old tony gilmore was taken to palmetto health richland saturday night by columbia police, after being the victim of a robbery. deputies were dispatched after learning gilmore was wanted for 2 counts of attempted murder. after being discharged from the hospital, gilmore reportedly ran away from deputies while handcuffed. after more than 12 hours, gilmore was caught around 2 o'clock sunday on monticello road -- still in handcuffs. deputies say gilmore is wanted in connection with a shooting two weeks ago where two other teenagers were hurt. it happened at a party on foxhunt road in northeast columbia. investigators say a man out on bond for a weapons violation is back in jail for a shooting. 35-year-old antoine irick has been charged with attempted murder. richland county deputies say irick shot a man several times
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it happened saturday afternoon on brookmont lane . the victim is expected to be o-k. some 600 south carolinians will now be eligible to get their high school diplomas without having to retake the ged test. the south carolina education department says the ged testing service has lowered the passing score from 150 to 145. that means people who took the test since january of 2014 and didn't pass under the old scoring system have now diploma through the ged testing program. the gamecock women's basketball team will be in the national spotlight tonight. the second-ranked usc women will host number one connecticut. our michal higdon is live at ahead of this big matchup -- michal? it's quiet right now -- but come later tonight this arena is going to be packed! women's head coach, dawn staley, said she wanted to pack out colonial life arena -- and
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against the number one uconn huskies is sold out! and while the atmosphere of the arena will help, unlike last year when they were in huskies-territory, it's going to be a difficult game. both teams remain undefeated at this point in the season. the gamecocks ran their best-in-the-nation home win streak to 45 games with a 78-68 win over no. 18 kentucky thursday night. and now they're looking to take on the best in the nation. the two top-ranked teams played last year in connecticut, where the huskies ripped off a win against dawn staley's squad. and the usc women are looking to make sure that doesn't happen again. a'ja wilson: "i think we're excited but i think at the same time we're prepared and we're prepping for them." dawn staley: "i think it just gives us an opportunity to measure ourselves against a powerhouse, a tradition of uconn, and to do it on our home-court i think it's a great confidence booster for us."
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take on number one uconn tonight at 7 o'clock. the game will be broadcast on espn2. and the plan is for everyone to wear garnet! it's the first time ever the gamecock women's team will play in front of a sold out crowd at colinal life arena. i caught up with some of those fans that will be cheering them live from colonial life arena, michal higdon, wis news 10. a cool start to your work week -- but it's going to get even colder. tim miller's tracking a cold front headed our way. monday a front will cross the area and give us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers during the afternoon. even though monday will settle in the middle 50s, this front will usher in some cold canadian air
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candidates before voters head to the polls tomorrow in new hampshire. how the candidates are working to secure votes- and who's projected to take the lead. in the wis alert center this morning... rescue crews in taiwan continue
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rubble for survivors after a powerful earthquake over the weekend. new overnight -- we're getting a look at this video of one of those recues on camera. two people were pulled out of this toppled high- rise apartment earlier today following saturday's quake. the latest death toll in the 6-point-4 quake stands at 37. at least 100 people are still believed to be missing. we're following decision 2016 this morning from new hampshire. tracie potts is there tracking the numbers and talking to voters. the polls open in just over 24 hours. trudging through snow... wet alleys... up stairs... and literally pounding the pavement we caught up with hillary clinton's team trying to make up her double-digit deficit here. "people here that we've knocked on doors they really haven't made up their minds." the indecision... even worse for republicans.
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"we have to win this election, we have to. if you vote for me, it you nominate me, we will win this election." more than 4 in 10 republicans told the university of massachusetts they could still change their minds. "people are looking for people to make decisions and they're trying to analyze who's the best person to make those decisions." the most solid republicans here: trump voters. presidential candidate :46 - :48 "i don't need your money - i need your vote!" "i feel like he's real, you know?" ted cruz - now polling third here - slammed other republicans for saying yes to women registering for selective service. voters in new hampshire will
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will whitson is in new hampshire right now and he'll be providing live coverage right here on wis the democratic primary is the following saturday, february 27th. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are expected to debate next month in flint, michigan. the march sixth debate will be broadcast on cnn. flint has been thrown into the national spotlight after it was discovered the city's water supply has been contaminated with lead. sanders and clinton have both addressed the issue on the campaign trail. sanders called for the resignation of michigan's governor rick snyder, while clinton argued the crisis was ignored in part because she says the city is poor. monday a front will cross the area and give us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers during the afternoon. even though monday will settle in the 40s tuesday and wednesday. coming up on news 10 sunrise... if you were planning on having
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today-- take note, the restaurant is closing for a few hours. more on the time the company's restaurants are expected to be gabe gutierrez here in chilly new hampshire, the race to the white house is heating up.
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the chinese new year....and 2016 will be the year of the monkey. people in beijing filled temples and parks to pray for good health and prosperity....as last night marked another turn to the lunar calendar. in china, the holiday period is known as the spring festival. the five-day national holiday is generally a time for feasting and visiting friends and relatives. according to tradition, people born during the year of the monkey are characterized as intelligent, witty and playful. president obama is expected to welcome italy's president to the white house today. italian president sergio mattarella's visit to washington, d.c. will focus on areas of mutual interest between his country and the united states. that includes efforts to defeat isis, economic developments in europe and the importance of concluding the transatlantic trade and
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all chipotle restaurants nationwide will be closed from 11 a-m until three p-m today so employees can attend a meeting focusing on food safety changes. the chain is expected to tighten procedures after they came under fire for recent outbreaks of e-coli and norovirus. some new changes being reported in the company include paid sick leave to make sure all employees will stay home when they're sick. gas prices in the u-s have dropped by nearly a dime. triple-a reports prices have gone down eight cents over the past two weeks...and are now averaging $1.57 here in south carolina. that's 16 cents lower than the national average. analysts say prices could continue to fall if crude oil costs keep dropping. the average price in columbia-- 1-60 a gallon. divers will resume a search off the southern california coast today, for wreckage from two small planes that collided last week. authorities say the remains of two victims and parts of one plane were recovered sunday, more than 100 feet below the ocean surface. officials launched the search friday after both planes disappeared from radar,
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investigators to believe there was a collision. one of the aircraft was a beechcraft and the other was a super decathlon- which is often used for stunts. authorities are investigating the cause of a deadly explosion that happened over the weekend in georgia. one person is dead and six others are hurt after the explosion on a chicken farm about 50 miles northwest of atlanta. they say 25-year-old justin deems died and six others were taken to an area hospital-- including one in critical condition. a north carolina man died over the weekend after running in a race where contestants also eat doughnuts. the man died during the 12th annual krispy kreme challenge, according to n-c state university officials. the 58-year-old man reportedly stepped out of the race within the first mile and reported having chest pains. ems transported him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. contestants in the race are challenged to run five miles while eating 12 doughnuts in one hour. monday a front will cross the
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clouds and a 30% chance of showers during the afternoon. even though monday will settle in the middle 50s, this front will usher in some cold canadian air and daytime highs will be stuck in the 40s tuesday and wednesday. 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 len kiese. i'm mary king. it's 5:30, on this monday, february 8th. top stories this morning... carolina panthers fans are heartbroken while denver broncos fans are celebrating this morning after a defeat in super bowl 50. cam newton and his squad came up short sunday night as denver defeated carolina, 24 to 10. our joe gorchow is live in san jose this morning with more on the upset-- we'll check in with him in just a bit. plus -- it's going down at colonial life arena tonight. the game everyone has been talking about ... the gamecock women taking on the uconn huskies. coach staley says it'll be a
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team to hit the court the way they have all season ... to play smart, play hard and play to win. "it's going to be quite incredible, the hoopla surrounding the game it's going to be on national television. everybody in america is going to be watching this particular game. i just hope that it's what everybody is anticipating." the game will be at 7 tonight and i'll have everything you need to know coming up in about 15 minutes! live at colonial life arena, michal higdon, wis news 10. and it will definitely feel like winter in the south with some of the coldest air of the season moving in behind a strong cold front. look at the difference in temperatures. in atlanta -- 50 degrees today. but tomorrow -- it will only be 34 degrees. in charleston -- today's high will be 61. but tomorrow -- a nearly 20 degree drop with a high of only 43. and the bad news -- tim miller says these cold
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around for much of the week! monday a front will cross the area and give us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers during the afternoon. even though monday will settle in the middle 50s, this front the carolina panthers are preparing to return to charlotte after sunday's grueling loss to
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broncos in the super bowl. our joe gorchow joins us live outside the panthers team hotel in san jose with more on what led to the panthers on the field-- joe? carolina's blunders offensively overshadowed a great defensive performance by the panthers in super bowl 50. the broncos went 1-14 on third downs... had seven three and outs... turned it over twice... had only 194 yards of total yards... the fewest in super bowl history from a champion... and yet won. that's how poorly carolina played offensively. cam newton had his worst day of the season against denver. he turned it over three times...
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team had four in all. he was sacked seven times... as the broncos made big plays defensively to wreck against denver. he turned it over three times... that's how poorly carolina played offensively. cam newton had his worst day of the season against denver. he turned it over three times... the team had four in all. he was sacked seven times... as the broncos made big plays defensively to wreck newton's night. the broncos truly dominated the panthers in the trenches to make life miserable on the panthers. the nfls best scoring offense limited to just 10 points... it's worst showing of the season. rivera: "we turned the ball over. we fumbled the ball when we really hadn't fumbled the ball. had a couple tipped passes that were intercepted. you're not going to win football games when you make mistakes like that." olsen: "you pour so much of your
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of your being into the preparation and the game and everything that goes into the whole season and it's over it comes to a crashing hault. it was just one of those days. everybody took turns having a negative impact on the game. not going to beat good teams doing that." for broncos quarterback peyton manning... he wins his second super bowl... in what was likely his final game in the nfl. sort of an interesting note for me... my father's only super bowl he ever covered... was former broncos quarterback john elway's last game. i perhaps just covered manning's on the same stage. not what carolina fans perhaps want to hear... as the panthers digest a tough loss. they'll wake up early here inside this hotel before getting on the bus to head back home to the queen city. on the road with the panthers joe gorchow wis news 10. panthers quarterback cam newton was none too thrilled about last night's loss against the broncos. the star expressed his anger by
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while being interviewed by news crews. they just played better than us. i don't know what you want me to say. they made more plays than us nothing special that they did, we dropped balls, we turned the ball over, gave up sacks, threw errant passes, that's it, they scored more points than us. the panthers' super bowl hopes came to a disappointing end last night. and as you can imagine fans here in the midlands are sharing in the hurt. several were out at wild wing cafe watching every second of the game. many told us while they weren't happy with the outcome, they're still proud of
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forward to next season. they said through four quarters of close football, they kept hopeful for a panthers come back. "i had hope for the entire game...because we always...we always pull it out." "somehow that cam would lighten up and maybe catch his receivers or something like that um down field for a long touchdown but it wasn't mean to be." "cam's a great quarterback and i think that he can bring it home for them. i think that this season...they've got the taste of winning and i think that can help them with their next season." "that's all i'm hoping for...keep pounding!" for more on super bowl 50 including photos from the awards ceremony- head to wis tv dot com. all new in the wis alert center... denver police made a handful of arrests following last night's super bowl game and even had to bring out riot gear to help control celebratory crowds. officials with the denver police department says at least seven people were arrested
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offenses. people who were out celebrating the denver broncos' win in super bowl 50 reported police in riot gear using what looked like tear gas and pepper spray to disperse crowds. officers say, "handheld chemical agents" were used to disperse crowds. there were no reported injuries and no significant property damage. batesburg-leesville is still trying to sort out the question of a how a century old cemetery will be cared for going forward. the cemetery, which sits off of howard street, finds itself constantly falling into a state of need many of the graves there belong to veterans -- some of which served in world war ii. the land belongs to olive branch baptist church. last year members put out the call for help -- and volunteers responded by cleaning the cemetery. the town is now asking the church to keep up with a plan to keep it maintained -- but members say that's not an easy task for them to meet alone. "we're grateful for everybody that pitches in..to come in and help us because we definitely need help." "we don't have enough membership and especially me to come in and keep the place up.
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town officials are meeting with church leaders on march 15th. batesburg-leesville has provided about 4-thousand dollars in servicee to help with provided about 4-thousand dollars in servicee to help with the cemetery's recent cleanup, but officials say they can't provide that help long term. students and faculty at south carolina state university will be holding a ceremony today to mark the anniversary of the orangeburg massacre. three young men died and 28 students were injured on this day in 1968. s-c highway patrolmen fired shots into a crowd of students and others who were protesting a segregated bowling alley. sc state is expected to hold the 48th orangeburg massacre commemoration ceremony today at three in the martin luther king jr, auditorium. evangelist franklin graham - son of billy graham- will lead a prayer rally at the state house tomorrow as part of a nationwide tour. this is video from one of his recent stops in baton rouge in louisiana.
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dubbed as the "decision america tour" in january. the evangelist is challenging christians to pray for the country and take a stand for their faith. the rally will start at noon tomorrow on gervais street side of the state house. we've put a link on wistv.com under the big red 10. the hype surrounding super bowl 50's halftime show continues to make headlines in the world of social media this morning. coming up on news 10 sunrise, we'll take a look at some notable moments and of course-- the famous commercials. monday a front will cross the area and give us some clouds and a 30% chance of
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financial secret from their significant other. a recent study by credit cards dot com finds 13 million americans have hidden a bank or credit card account from their live-in spouse, partner or significant other. the study found that's not the only financial secret being kept. 41 percent spent over 100 bucks without their spouse's knowledge. there were several ads during sunday's super bowl to remind you of something coming up next sunday that you might fall in love with! it's valentine's day. it's celebrated most places around the globe. americans are expected to easily spend in excess of 20-billion dollars on their special someone. going out to dinner is what a third of those surveyed by fat
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doing. over half say they'll buy candy. it's also expected to be the busiest day of the year for the fresh flower business. vegans and lactose- intolerant ice cream lovers can now get their hands on ben and jerry's ice cream flavors. the vermont-based company has launched four non-dairy flavors using a certified vegan almond milk base. ben and jerry's says it has received requests for years to make non-dairy ice cream. the flavors are available in pints and can be found at ben and jerry's scoop shops nationwide. monday a front will cross the area and give us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers during the afternoon. even though monday will settle in the middle 50s, this front will usher in some cold canadian air and daytime highs will be stuck in the 40s tuesday and wednesday. cold play headlined the super
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time show in a colorful and what
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colorful and what many call fun performance... but they were not alone. super bowl vets' beyonce and bruno mars helped them put on a show that brought the people in the stadium to their feet. this was the second half-time show for bruno mars and beyonce. beyonce chose the perfect time to announce her new
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beyonce announced her tour right after her performance during the game's halftime show. millions across the country watched the super bowl, so the odds are in her favor that her announcement was heard. the 40-date formation tour will kick off april 27th and will be her first headlining stadium tour this summer. tickets will go on sale next week. people everywhere are also talking about the many commercials that debuted
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bowl last night. that include this one released by the nfl. using seal's song "kiss from a rose"- the commercial opens up with the statistic that that winning cities see a rise in the statistic that that winning cities see a rise in births nine months after the super bowl. the ad then stars a choir made up entirely of super bowl babies. the nfl used their slogan "football is family" and said the commercial was a chance to quote "recreate one of the greatest love songs of all time to celebrate the great game of all time." did you have a favorite commercial of the night? advertising students at usc watched the game last night are asking you to
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you have until 10 this morning to vote in an online poll that asks you to pick your favotrite commericals based on persuasiveness, likability and brand identity. the students will ultimately choose the best commercial and give it the "cocky award." we've put a link for you to vote under the big red 10. coming up on news 10 sunrise... a big matchup on the hard court tonight as the usc women's basketball team prepares to take on the uconn huskies.
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number two ranked usc women's takes on number one ranked uconn. our michal higdon is live from colonial life arena this morning with the details. not only is it going to be an amazing game because it's number one versus number two in the nation... but it's the first time the women's basketball team will play in front of a sold out crowd here at colonial life arena. the university athletics
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sellout just before noon friday after their win against number 18 kentucky. the gamecock women's team will play in front of a crowd of 18-thousands fans. the university says it will be the largest crowd ever to watch an ncaa women's basketball game in the state of south carolina. the gamecocks are 22 and 0 this season so far -- looking to beat the number one team in the nation. and coach staley says one thing that will help them -- the fans. she says they have come into excited with how the team has done this season. alicia walsh: "i'm feeling really good. it's really exciting to have a women's team that people are enjoying going to." steven shannon: "i'm feeling really confident in the team. they know what's at stake when steven shannon: "i'm feeling really confident in the team. they know what's at stake when they face a great opponent like uconn. and i'm going to be there cheering them on." number two south carolina will take on number one uconn tonight at 7 o'clock. the game will be broadcast on espn2.
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wear garnet! wis will have pregame coverage starting at 4pm. live from colonial life arena, michal higdon, wis news 10. not to be lost in the hype for the usc women -- the gamecock men got a huge win over the weekend -- one that may have helped the gamecocks punch their ticket to the ncaa tournament. usc was on the road to take on the 8th ranked texas a&m aggies. the gamecocks won a close one, 81 to 78. it's a big tournament resume booster for usc, which is now 20 and 3 on the season. happy birthday to everyone celebrating today!! 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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monday a front will cross the area and give us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers during the afternoon. even though monday will settle in the middle 50s, this front will usher in some cold canadian air and daytime highs will be stuck in the 40s tuesday and wednesday. the time is now . thanks for starting your day
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jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. at a loss for words. panthers quarterback cam newton walks out of his post game interview after suffering heartbreaking loss to the broncos in super bowl 50. joe gorchow will join us for a live post game report from california. and... i'm live at colonial life arena with more on tonight's big matchup against
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huskies. plus... cold temperatures expected this week. i'll have the latest in your first alert forecast. good morning. thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm mary king. i'm len kiese. it's 6 o'clock. it was a heartbreaker for carolina panthers fans as the team suffered a disappointing loss to the denver broncos in super bowl 50. cam newton and the team came up short sunday night as denver defeated carolina, 24 to 10. we'll hear newton's thoughts about the loss -- which didn't last long. the quarterback was clearly upset when he walked out of his interview after just 3 minutes. we'll also hear from fans who made the trip to santa clara to
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plus -- cool today, but that will fail in comparison to how cold it will be in the days season. prepare for a cold week ahead as we'll feel the pinch of winter over the next several days. a cold front will sweep through the state today giving us a chance of a few showers late breezy with highs in the middle to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. colder air filter in for the rest of the week with highs in the lower 40s, overnight lows from the teens to lower 20s wednesday friday. a little warmer friday before another shot of cold
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first alert traffic report back to our top story this morning... it was definitely not the outcome the carolina panthers were looking for. in the end it was the denver broncos that took home sunday's super bowl 50 win. our joe gorchow joins us live outside the panthers team hotel in san jose this morning with more on the panthers' emotional loss -- joe? it's quiet outside the panthers team hotel... they hoped for a more lively atmosphere following super bowl 50. unfortunately... that's not the case for carolina. the panthers fun ride this season ends with a bitter defeat. no smiling... or dabbing from carolina sunday night on the field. the broncos defense made it a frustrating night for cam newton and company.
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offense had its worst night thanks to the pressure applied by the broncos offense had its worst night thanks to the pressure applied by the broncos defense. carolina allowed seven sacks... and turned it over four times. four of those turnovers led to two broncos touchdowns. the pressure applied on cam made him uncomfortable in the pocket all game. the panthers couldn't take the heat off newton... because they couldn't run the ball. no one got it going on the ground. although the panthers stuffed the broncos offense... it didn't matter. denver made the big plays defensively to ruin carolina's dream season. afterwards... cam newton was devastated by the panthers poor performance. "i spoke a little bit with him. it's one of those things it's going to hurt
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few days or whatever it is. we'll get over it an move forward." "they just played better than us. i don't know what you want me to say. they made more plays than us and that's what it comes down to. i mean we had our opportunities, it wasn't nothing special that they did, we dropped balls, we turned the ball over, gave up sacks, threw errant passes, that's it." cam was upset by the loss. he was brief after the game and was very dejected walking off the stage following his media availability. as poorly as carolina's offense played... the defense was phenomenal. they limited peyton manning and the broncos to just 194 total yards. the fewest ever by a super bowl champion. live from the panthers team hotel -- joe gorchow
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of course, the loss isn't sitting too well with panthers fans...who were hoping for more out of the team's second trip to the super bowl. fans, clearly upset over the 24 to 10 loss, didn't feel like talking to reporters from frustration. "you know, 4 turnovers. it's hard to win a game with 4 turnovers. they were in there until the last 5 mins or so, but 4 turnovers really did them in." "the overall experience was incredible. i had a great time, other than the outcome. our tackles couldn't handle their ends. that's what i was afraid of. their defensive ends were too strong and cam didn't
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for more on super bowl 50 in the wis alert center this morning... north carolina governor pat mccory is said to be doing okay after he was involved in a wreck in california last night. the crash happened last night in san jose, not far from where the super bowl was played in santa clara. according to the california highway patrol, the governor's vehicle was rear-ended by a mercedes. officials say mccrory complained "of minor pain"... but continued to his destination. mccrory released a statement on the accident, saying "we were very fortunate, and while i am still proud of the carolina panthers, this puts the game in proper perspective. i want to thank the california highway patrol and ems for their professionalism and quick action." an attempted murder suspect who was on the run from law enforcement is back in police custody. richland county deputies say 17 year old tony gilmore was taken to the hospital by columbia
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deputies came to the hospital after learning he was wanted for 2 counts of attempted murder. when he was discharged, gilmore reportedly ran away from deputies while in handcuffs. he was caught around 2 o'clock sunday on monticello road -- still in handcuffs. gilmore was wanted in connection to a shooting two weeks ago where two other teenagers were hurt in northeast columbia. some 600 south carolinians will now be eligible to get their high school diplomas without having to retake the ged test. the south carolina education department says the ged testing service has lowered the passing score from 150 to 145. that means people who took the test since january of 2014 and didn't pass under the old scoring system have now passed. over the past 40 years, 220-thousand south carolinians have earned their high school diploma through the ged testing program. the gamecock women's basketball team will be in the national spotlight tonight. the second-ranked usc women will host number one connecticut. our michal higdon is live at colonial life arena ahead of this big matchup --
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it's quiet right now -- but come later tonight this arena is going to be packed! women's head coach, dawn staley, said she wanted to pack out colonial life arena -- and it has happened, the game against the number one uconn huskies is sold out! and while the atmosphere of the arena will help, unlike last year when they were in huskies-territory, it's going to be a difficult game. both teams remain undefeated at this point in the season. the gamecocks ran their best-in-the-nation home win streak to 45 games with a 78-68 win over no. 18 kentucky thursday night. and now they're looking to take on the best in the nation. the two top-ranked teams played last year in connecticut, where the huskies ripped off a win against dawn staley's squad. and the usc women are looking to make sure that doesn't happen again. a'ja wilson: "i think we're excited but i think at the same time we're prepared and we're measure ourselves against a powerhouse, a tradition of uconn, and to do it on our home-court i think it's
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take on number one uconn tonight at 7 o'clock. the game will be broadcast on espn2. and the plan is for everyone to wear garnet! it's the first time ever the gamecock women's team will play in front of a sold out crowd at colinal life arena. i caught up with some of those fans that will be cheering them on! i'll have how they're feeling ahead of tonight's game coming up in the next half hour. live from colonial life arena, michal higdon, wis news 10. prepare for a cold week ahead as front will sweep through the state today giving us a chance of a few showers late breezy with highs in the middle to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. colder air filter in for the rest of the week with highs in the lower 40s, overnight lows from the teens to lower 20s wednesday friday. a little warmer friday before
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air for next weekend. up next on sunrise -- one more day until new hampshire. the latest from the campaign trail, including a shrinking lead for bernie sanders over rival hillary clinton. just into the alert center this morning... somali intelligence have
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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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footage reportedly showing two men with a laptop that may have exploded on
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flight over africa last week. in this video, the two men in question are walking to the far right on your screen. somali authorities say at least one of the men delivering the laptop was an airport employee. a suicide bomber is suspected to have set off the bomb inside the jet. the blast creaed a hole in the side of the plane that sucked a male passenger out, and forced the aircraft to make an emergency landing. as of now six people have been arrested in connection with the explosion after examinations of the video. presidential candidates are making their final push ahead of tuesday's new hampshire primaries. according to the latest cnn poll, bernie sanders lead over fellow democrat hillary clinton has shrunk in recent days. the vermont senator at one point had a 2-to-1 lead. as of sunday, sanders held a 58 to 35 lead among likely democratic voters. bernie sanders was in new hampshire sunday campaigning, and ended his ended his remarks at an event in portsmouth by contrasting
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to a crowd filled with many young voters, sanders claimed unlike hillary clinton he was right about the iraq war. and even though people try to lecture him about foreign policy matters, he stands by his judgment. hillary clinton, meanwhile, took a break from campaigning in new hampshire to visit flint michigan. the democratic national committee announced sunday that c-n-n will host a debate there next month. sanders and clinton have both addressed flint's water crisis at campaign events. sanders has called for the resignation of michigan governor rick synder -- a republican. on sunday, clinton said the crisis was ignored -- in part -- because the city is poor and its residents largely african- american, saying the crisis would have been handled differently in michigan's more affluent cities. "clean water is not optional my friends. it is not a luxury. i said weeks ago, if what had been happening in flint had happened in gross pointe or bloomfield hills i think we all know we would have had a solution yesterday." clinton also called on congress to approve $200 million in emergency aid
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flint. ahead at 6:30, we'll take a look at a tight race on the republican side -- as well as the latest jabs bewteen donald trump and jeb bush. will whitson is in new hampshire right now and he'll be providing live coverage right here on wis later today. prepare for a cold week ahead as we'll feel the pinch of winter over the next several days. a cold front will sweep through the state today giving us a chance of a few showers late breezy with highs in the middle to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. colder air filter in for the rest of the week with highs in the lower 40s, overnight lows from the teens to lower 20s wednesday friday. a little warmer friday before another shot of cold air for next weekend. authorities are investigating the cause of a deadly explosion at a plant in georgia. one person died and six others were injured in the
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a deadly explosion at a plant in georgia. one person died and six others were injured in the explosion sunday morning, about 50 miles northwest of atlanta. the plant produces feed mill for chicken farming. investigators say it's still to early to known what happened, and they have not ruled out foul play. a north carolina man died over the weekend after running in a race where contestants also eat doughnuts. the man died during the 12th annual krispy kreme challenge, according to n-c state university officials. the 58-year-old man reportedly stepped out of the race within the first mile and reported having chest pains. ems transported him to the
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pronounced dead. contestants in the race are challenged to run five miles while eating 12 doughnuts in one hour. up next on sunrise -- a look at your monday headlines. thanks for starting your morning with news 10
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prepare for a cold wepinch of winter over the next several days. a cold front will sweep through the
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chance of a few showers late breezy with highs in the middle to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. colder air filter in for the rest of the week with highs in the lower 40s, next weekend. new england is bracing for another big snowstorm. a blizzard warning is in effect for massachusetts -- where forecasts are calling for up to 18 inches today. rhode island and connecticut will also be hit hard. the region was just hit with a big storm last friday -- which is what you see in this video. snow totals in some areas approached one foot. up to 18 inches of snow could fall monday. following the fatal crane collapse in new york city friday, mayor bill de blasio has announced new policies that go into effect today. one person was killed and three others injured in that accident, though the cause has not yet been determined.
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retrictions include a stricter wind policy and an increased penalty for engineers who fail to safeguard a crane site when a wind advisory is issued. there are also new regulations for the sidewalks below a crane. president obama will welcome italy's president to the white house today. italian president sergio mattarella's visit will focus on areas of mutual interest between his country and the united states. that includes efforts to defeat isis, economic developments in europe and the importance of concluding the transatlantic trade and investment partnership. chipotle restaurants nationwide will be closed from for 4 hours today while employees attend a meeting focusing on food safety changes. the chain is tightening procedures after they came under fire for recent outbreaks of e-coli and norovirus. one change being reported in the company includes paid sick leave to make sure all employees will stay home when they're sick. gas prices have dropped almost a dime. prices are down eight cents over the past two weeks, now averaging $1.57 here in south carolina. the national average is being
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analysts say prices could continue to fall if crude oil costs keep dropping. triple-a reports prices in columbia round out to be $1.60. the time is now 6:--. thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise. we are back with another half the time is now 6:--. thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise. we are back with another half hour, in just a few minutes. good morning. than dunkin' donuts' unbelievable selection of breakfast sandwiches freshly made all day -- and now you can enjoy two english muffin egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches for $4. that's breakfast whenevs. 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.
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i'm mary king. it's 6:30. top stories this morning... a dream season over without the fairytale ending for the carolina panthers. peyton manning and the denver broncos are celebrating a win over carolina in super bowl 50. the panthers offense struggled all night long -- turning the ball over 3 times in route to a 24 to 10 loss. we'll check in with news 10's joe gorchow live in california in a few minutes. we'll also hear from some fans who say the future is still bright for panther football. plus -- it's going down at colonial life arena tonight. the game everyone has been talking about ... the gamecock women taking on the
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coach staley says it'll be a tough match-up but she wants her team to hit the court the way they have all season ... to play smart, play hard and play to win. "it's going to be quite incredible, the hoopla surrounding the game it's going to be on national television. everybody in america is going to be watching this particular game. i just hope that it's what everybody is anticipating." the game will be at 7 tonight and i'll have everything you need to know coming up in about 15 minutes! live at colonial life arena, michal higdon, wis news 10. and it will definitely feel like winter in the south with some of the coldest air of the season moving in behind a strong cold front. look at the difference in temperatures. in atlanta -- 50 degrees today. but tomorrow -- it will only be 34 degrees.
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and the bad news -- tim miller says these cold temperatures will be sticking around for much of the week! prepare for a cold week ahead as we'll feel the pinch of winter over the next several days. a cold front will sweep through the state today giving us a chance of a few showers late breezy with highs in the middle to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. colder air filter in for the rest of the week with highs in the lower 40s, overnight lows from the teens to lower 20s wednesday friday. a little warmer friday before another shot of cold air for next weekend. the carolina panthers are preparing to return to charlotte after sunday's
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broncos in the super bowl. our joe gorchow joins us live outside the panthers team hotel in san jose with more on what led to the panthers loss on the field-- joe? carolina's blunders offensively overshadowed a great defensive performance by the panthers in super bowl 50. the broncos went 1-14 on third downs... had seven three and outs... turned it over twice... had only 194 yards of total yards... the fewest in super bowl history from a champion... and yet won. that's how poorly carolina played offensively. cam newton had his worst day of the season against denver. he turned it over three times... the team had four in all.
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as the broncos made big plays defensively to wreck newton's night. the broncos truly dominated the panthers in the trenches to make life miserable on the panthers. the nfls best scoring offense limited to just 10 points... it's worst showing of the season. rivera: "we turned the ball over. we fumbled the ball when we really hadn't fumbled the ball. had a couple tipped passes that were intercepted. you're not going to win football games when you make mistakes like that." olsen: "you pour so much of your energy... so much of your being into the preparation and the game and everything that goes into the whole season and it's over it comes to a crashing hault. it was just one of those days. everybody took turns having a negative impact on the
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beat good teams doing that." for broncos quarterback peyton manning... he wins his second super bowl... in what was likely his final game in the nfl. sort of an interesting note for me... my father's only super bowl he ever covered... was former broncos quarterback john elway's last game. i perhaps just covered manning's on the same stage. not what carolina fans perhaps want to hear... as the panthers digest a tough loss. they'll wake up early here inside this hotel before getting on the bus to head back home to the queen city. on the road with the panthers joe gorchow wis news 10. panthers quarterback cam newton was none too thrilled about last night's loss against the broncos. the star expressed his anger by storming off while being interviewed by news
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they just played better than us. i don't know what you want me to say. they made more plays than us and that's what it comes down to. i mean we had our opportunities, it wasn't nothing special that they did, we dropped balls, we turned the ball over, gave up sacks, threw errant passes, that's it, they scored more points than us. the panthers' super bowl hopes came to a disappointing end last night. and as you can imagine fans here in the midlands are sharing in the hurt. several were out at wild wing cafe watching every second of the game. many told us while they weren't happy with the outcome, they're of close football, they kept hopeful for a panthers come back. "i had hope for the entire game...because we
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"somehow that cam would lighten up and maybe catch his receivers or something like that um down field for a long touchdown but it wasn't mean to be." "cam's a great quarterback and i think that he can bring it home for them. i think that this season...they've got the taste of winning and i think that can help them with their next season." "that's all i'm hoping for...keep pounding!" for more on super bowl 50 including photos from the awards ceremony- head to wis tv dot com. all new in the wis alert center... denver police made a handful of arrests following last night's super bowl game and even had to bring out riot gear to help control celebratory crowds.
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department says at least seven people were arrested for minor offenses. people who were out celebrating the denver broncos' win in super bowl 50 reported police in riot gear using what looked like tear gas and pepper spray to disperse crowds. officers say, "handheld chemical agents" were used to disperse crowds. there were no reported injuries and no significant property damage. batesburg-leesville is still trying to sort out the question of a how a century old cemetery will be cared for going forward. the cemetery, which sits off of howard street, finds itself constantly falling into a state of need many of the graves there belong to veterans -- some of which served in world war ii. the land belongs to olive branch baptist church. last year members put out the call for help -- and volunteers responded by cleaning the cemetery. the town is now asking the church to keep up with a plan to keep it maintained -- but members say that's not an easy task for them to meet alone. "we're grateful for everybody that pitches in..to come in and help us
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need help." "we don't have enough membership and especially me to come in and keep the place up. it need to be kept up." town officials are meeting with church leaders on march 15th. batesburg-leesville has provided about 4-thousand dollars in servicee to help with the students and faculty at south carolina state university will be holding a ceremony today to mark the anniversary of the orangeburg massacre. three young men died and 28 students were injured on this day in 1968. s-c highway patrolmen fired shots into a crowd of students and others who were protesting a segregated bowling alley. sc state is expected to hold the 48th orangeburg massacre commemoration ceremony today at three in the martin luther king jr, auditorium. evangelist franklin graham - son of billy graham- will lead a prayer rally at the state house tomorrow as part of a nationwide tour. this is video from one of his dubbed as the "decision america tour" in
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graham kicked off what's been dubbed as the "decision america tour" in january. the evangelist is challenging christians to pray for the tomorrow on gervais street side of the state house. we've put a link on wistv.com under the big red 10. up next on sunrise -- donald trump in front heading into the new hampshire primaries. but it's a crowded race behind him. and -- one candidate is taking trump head on. that's coming up. just a day away from the new hampshire primaries -- donald
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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
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over his fellow republican's. trump is supported by 33 percent of expected voters, according to the latest c-n-n/wmur poll. the real race is for second. marco rubio is the closest to trump at 16-percent. iowa winner ted cruz comes in in third with 14 percent, with john kasich at 11 percent. jeb bush -- who is polling fifth in new hampshire -- is trashing donald trump as "not a serious conservative" and bashing rival republicans for not taking the fight to the billionaire businessman. bush said at a town hall in new hampshire sunday that trump is not a serious conservative or serious
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when bush said he'll take on trump. bush had earlier called trump a "loser". "it is a sign of real weakness when you call john mccain or leo thorsness or anybody else that was a pow who served this country in a way that should be admired. american heroes. calling them losers? donald trump, you're the loser." on saturday, trump tweeted on that bush's campaign is a "total disaster" and mocked him for bringing his mom in to help him campaign. on sunday, trump talked a new hampshire crowd about what he called a victory in saturday night's debate. he also said anything but first in the new hampshire primary would be a disappointment. voters in new hampshire will head to the polls tomorrow. will whitson is in new hampshire ahead of the primary and will be providing live coverage right here on wis starting today on the news at 4. then it's on to south carolina.
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prepare for a cold week ahead as we'll feel the pinch of winter over the next several days. a cold front will sweep through the state today giving us a chance of a few showers late breezy with highs in the middle to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the upper 40s. colder air filter in for the rest of the week with highs in the lower 40s, overnight lows from the teens to lower 20s wednesday friday. a little warmer friday before another shot of cold air for
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people everywhere are talking about the many commercials that debuted during the super bowl
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night. that include this one released by doritos. "and there's your beautiful baby...any day now" the add shows a mom- to-be irritated that her husband is just eating doritos during an ultrasound. but it turns out the baby is a doritos fan too. ultrasound won doritos ad contest- which marked the 10th and final year for the competition. australian filmmaker peter carstairs won 1-million dollars for winning the contest. it seems he won over super bowl watchers as well as many dubbed it their favorite ad of the night. did you have a favorite commercial of the night? advertising students at usc watched the game last night are asking you to weigh in. you have until 10 this morning to vote in an online poll that asks you to pick your favotrite commericals based on persuasiveness, likability
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the students will ultimately choose the best commercial and give it the "cocky award." we've put a link for you to vote under the big red 10. in the wis alert center this morning... dunkin' donuts' unbelievable selection
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and now you can enjoy two english muffin egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches for $4.
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the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today. america runs on dunkin'. quake over the weekend. new overnight -- we're getting a look at this video of one of those recues on camera. two people were pulled out of this toppled high- rise apartment earlier today following saturday's quake. the latest death toll in the 6-point-4 quake stands at 37. at least 100 people are still believed to be missing. today is the big day -- and the hype is near -- as the number two ranked usc women's basketball team takes on number
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takes on number one ranked uconn. our michal higdon is live from colonial life arena this morning with the details. not only is it going to be an amazing game because it's number one versus number two in the nation... but it's the first time the women's basketball team will play in front of a sold out crowd here at colonial life arena. the university athletics department announced the sellout just before noon friday after their win against number 18 kentucky. the gamecock women's team will play in front of a crowd of 18-thousands fans. the university says it will be the largest crowd ever to watch an ncaa women's basketball game in the state of south carolina. the gamecocks are 22 and 0 this season so far -- looking to beat the number one team in the nation. and coach staley says one thing that will help them -- the fans. she says they have come into this building and created a home-court advantage like no other.. the fans themselves are just as
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done this season. alicia walsh: "i'm feeling really good. it's really exciting to have a women's team that people are enjoying going to." steven shannon: "i'm feeling really confident in the team. they know what's at stake when they face a great opponent like uconn. and i'm going to be there cheering them on." number two south carolina will take on number one uconn tonight at 7 o'clock. the game will be broadcast on espn2. and the plan is for everyone to wear garnet! wis will have pregame coverage starting at 4pm. live from colonial life arena, michal higdon, wis news 10. 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
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top stories this morning... the panthers come up short in super bowl 50...
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defense... the panthers offense couldn't get anything going... as cam newton was sacked seven times... and the team turned it over four times. the broncos won this one 24-to-10 in what is likely peyton manning's final game. manning says the bronco's super bowl win is a humbling experience. "i got a chance to go talk to the team last night, and i just kinda thanked them for letting me be a part of the journey. it's truly been a team effort, and it was a team win tonight." the today show will have more on peyton manning ahead as well as a complete wrap of the super bowl game. two sumter parents are awaiting a bond hearing after they were arrested over the weekend for injuries doctors reported on their infant. alicia anderson and adam little have been charged with unlawful conduct toward a child. sumter police say the 9- week-old was taken to a hospital with a broken femur. doctors also found several other bone fractures. we're told the infant is expected to make a full recovery. students and faculty at south carolina state university will be holding a ceremony today to mark the anniversary of the orangeburg massacre. civil rights activist the rev. joseph darby is the keynote
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prepare for a cold week ahead as we'll feel the pinch of winter over the next next several days. a cold front will sweep through the state today giving us a chance of a few showers late breezy with highs in the middle to upper 50s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday,
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good morning. rocky mountain high. >> pressure and cuts. the ball is out. in the end zone. >> the denver broncos win the super bowl, upsetting the carolina panthers, 24-10. peyton manning, the oldest winning quarterback in super bowl history. was it h last game? we'll ask him this morning. plus, all the highlights from the game.
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