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playing smart . playing with discipline . and playing to win. but before the team run drills on the court ... they drill each other on the game. "each player on each team is going to ask a question" divided up into two teams ... garnet ... and black ... it's almost like gamecock jeopardy. "how many points did they score in transition on us in the last game .... oooh!" "flip it, you got this ... 24, yes!!! !" they quiz each other on everything there is to know about their opponent... strategy ... the stats ... how they like to play the game. "we just started that this year where i like to kinda, you know, have them loose like that but when you know they're given in-depth questions and answers i think it's a great way to keep things light" they have fun with it ... but they go hard ... "tina want to get so deep on me i don't even know if it's in the the scouting
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paying attention yesterday i film, coach said ... ' sometimes they even have coach digging in the scouting report ... " "she may not be the second option, she might not even be the third option but given the chance she's gonna try to score " "they put a lot of pressure on themselves, they challenge themselves with the questions that they ask each other and i come away impressed" once every player has asked and answered ... it's time to put it to practice. as a consummate student of the game herself, coach's goal is to push her players to think beyond their individual match-ups ... and make sure they are dialed in ... ready to compete for the win. - new this year, day two of film - keep them loose & helps them
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we're in for a cold week ahead--with some low overnight temperatures. let's get the latest with meteorologist ben tanner. a series of cold fronts will keep it chilly across the state this week. expect isolated rain/snow showers tonight with lows in the lower 30s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated rain/snow
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tomorrow night, we'll be getting some of the first results in from voters in new hampshire. getting some of the first results in from voters in new hampshire. tonight the candidates tonight are in the final stretch before the new hampshire primary. and it could have a big impact on the next contest--here in south carolina. will whitson joins us live now
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you've got campaign volunteers and candidates all over the place here in new hampshire today- going door to door, business to business and rally to rally to get out the vote. according to the latest polls in new hampshire- donald trump still maintains his double digit lead against his republican competitors, with marco rubio- in second 14 points away. but you've also seen other candidates gain momentum- like john kasich, who has moved to fourth and he attracted big crowds at a windham town hall this afternoon. bernie sanders is about 13 points ahead of hillary clinton- but his campaign isn't taking any chances- staging a large get out the vote movement this
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"we are mobilizing our hundreds of chapters around the country our hundreds of thousands of online activists. we are really pushing to get this first feminist woman president elected." "going around the doors to anybody who's in our database who expressed interest in bernie or anybody who is a democrat who might be interested in voting for him. we go around from door to door knocking, and letting people know that the primary election is happening." new hampshire, like iowa, divides up delegates to all candidates that receive a certain percentage of the vote, so the bigger the margin for winning, the more delegates one candidate receives. if it's another close race like in iowa, there may only be a delegate or two difference separating first and second place finishers. live, ww wis news 10
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continuing to defend his performance in saturday night's republican debate. nbc's lester holt sat down with him one-on-one today in new hampshire. "you took a lot of criticism for saturday night, i mean, you've heard it for repeating the same line over and over again, but you've owned it. you've tried to own it." "well first of all, criticism is from the people that cover politics not from voters. i can tell you that we had the biggest fundraising night of my campaign, even bigger than any other debate, so we feel great about the metrics behind it. i'm going to continue to say it, one of the reasons i am running for president is i believe barack obama is damaging this country and its not by accident."
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holt's interview and continuing decision 2016 coverage tonight on nightly news at 6:30. the only sexually-oriented business within the columbia city limits is still open---despite an order from the city designed to shut it down. it's the latest development in the four year effort by the city of columbia to close "taboo." jack kuenzie is in the newsroom with more. dawndy this is a change from where things stood just a few days ago when it appeared taboo had finally run out of alternatives in its four year fight to outfox the city. today, taboo's doors are still open----and much of the merchandise remains on display. on january 28th, the city attorney brian cook sent a letter to store owner jeff white, noting a federal court ruling rejecting allegations of white's lawsuit filed against the city. the city at that time gave taboo seven days to comply with the sexually oriented business ordinance or white would face $500 dollar fines
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the store stayed open. manager larry boyer indicated the penalties would be too much and would not allow enough time for white to mount an appeal with the fourth circuit. so it appeared taboo would be closed by the end of the week. that did not happen. instead, employees moved much of the most explicit merchandise to the rear of the store behind a high counter where those items would be hard to see in an area off limits to customers. boyer has also placed stickers over images on some items still on display. he told us today the store would also start charging anyone who could not prove they were 18 years old---an admission fee of $500 as another way to avoid violating the ordinance. boyer said the store was supposed to be inspected today by attorney cook. it's not clear whether that took place. we are trying to find out from the city how much longer the store can remain open. jack kuenzie wis news ten. the kershaw county sheriff's department is looking to expand its team -- but sheriff jim matthews says that's easier said than done.
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started backing out after riots broke out in communities like ferguson, missouri, saying today's atmosphere around law enforcement makes young recruits feel there's too much risk. on top of that, matthews says there's not enough pay. for those who haven't completed the justice academy, new employees must start in the civil division making $26,000. once they complete the academy the pay gradually grows to 32-thousand. "we don't lose deputies to some of these other low paying counties. we lose them to the higher paying counties. when you have deputies that leave counties that pay more. when they look at us, because they want to move to kershaw county or in this vicinity, they look at the pay scale and say thank you but no thank you." despite other local departments sharing similar concerns, the south carolina justice academy reports no drop in class size. in fact, the academy has increased its class size in recent years to meet demands.
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there, is looking back on a bloody landmark in the midlands. plus super bowl notwhithstanding, carolina fans are still showing the love. break 2 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...
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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. 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,
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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. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. the panthers are expected to arrive at bank of america stadium where fans have been gathering to show their panther pride. carolina fell to the denver broncos 24 to 10--and never held a lead the entire game. today at the stadium--panthers fans said they wanted to let the team know they're thankful for the past season. "i just felt it was really important to show support for the team. i feel like they probably feel a little down maybe they didn't have their best performance, things didn't turn out the way they wanted them to. but i feel as a fan it's important to let them know, i think they had a great season. i'm not disappointed." the panthers end the season with a 17 and 2 record...and an nfc championship title. today marks 48 years since the
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massacre, and leaders at sc state focused on inspiring young people. at a ceremony today--the university honored three men killed back on feburary 8th 1968. close to 30 more were wounded after highway patrolmen shot into on a crowd of student activists on campus. the students were protesting a segregated bowling alley in downtown orangeburg. one of those wounded and later arrested was dr. cleveland sellers, who is now president of voorhees college. dr. sellers spoke at today's ceremony and reverend joseph darby, an activist and a.m.e. minister. winter is far from over--and we'll sure be feeling it in the midlands over the next few days. we'll get a look at the week ahead in your full forecast.
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the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken. experience and judgment count in the oval office. jeb bush is a leader. he'll keep our country safe. jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. expect isolated rain/snow showers tonight with lows
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mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated rain/snow showers. after the break--we're at colonial life arena where the showers tonight with lows in the lower 30s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated rain/snow showers. after the break--we're at colonial life arena where the gamecocks are getting ready for one of the showers tonight with lows in the lower 30s. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated rain/snow showers. after the break--we're at colonial life arena where the gamecocks are getting ready
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biggest games of their season. we'll look at what kind of impact a'ja wilson could have when the gamecocks and huskies take the court at 7. lester: tonight from new hampshire... my interview with marco rubio about his widely slammed republican debate performance and who's suddenly nipping at his heels. also if you take hearttburn medications...theres an important new study about some potentially serious risks. and we hear from passengers whose cruise holiday turned nightmare in 30 foot seas...and why their ship is steaming back to port. when we see you here tonight. break 3 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,
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in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over two and a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in.
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the top ranked uconn huskies in one of the biggest basketball games ever in the state of south carolina. one player who needs to have a solid game tonight for carolina is sophomore forward a'ja wilson.
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this season against ranked opponents.....20 points and nearly 11 rebounds per game. last year at uconn...she played timidly as the huskies won 87-62. i talked to dawn staley about the magnitude of tonight's game...and the a'ja wilson factor. dawn:it's a big game for a lot of reasons but it's a game that won't define our season. you know it won't cause if this was the national championship game...yes...it's the defining seasonal moment. but for right now...i think it just gives us an opportunity to measure ourselves against a powerhouse a tradition of a uconn and to do it on our home court. rick:going back to last year's game. were some of your players maybe when they got into that environment..it was a little overwhelming. i'm thinking about a'ja wilson especially. dawn: it was you know..and there are a lot of factors...particularly with a'ja wilson. a'ja wilson was recruited by uconn and she turned them down.
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university of south carolina. dawn:and to turn someone down like that..the tradition of uconn..they don't like that. rick:did the uconn fans let her know that they were not happy with her decision to turn them down? dawn:the uconn fans let everyone on our roster know that they didn't like the fact that we showed up for the game. so i'm hoping our student section returns the favor and gets under the skin of all of their players. a'ja:it was a huge eye opener. it was a big stage. and like i said before..it's a different level of basketball out there and me especially being a freshman going in for the first time really playing in and seeing everything it really was an eye opener. it kind of put you on stage before you get on the ncaa tournament stage and the
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tonight, breaking point. bill clinton on the attack unloading on bernie sanders again as the campaign erupts hours from the first votes here in new hampshire. crunch time. can donald trump turn big poll numbers into a big win? and can marco rubio bounce back from that debate debacle? we go one-on-one. nightmare at sea. panic as a cruise ship gets caught in a ferocious storm and slammed by 30-foot waves and water rushing in and thousands
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