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will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in the upper 20s wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. lake wind advisory has been issued today as we'll see winds increase during the day up to 20mph. it looks like a quick disturbance will move through the state late this afternoon, clouds will increase and could see a few snow flurries late.system will be gone by midnight. all east and westbound lanes of interstate 26 near mile marker 118 in west columbia are back open this morning....after a tractor-trailer overturned last night. troopers say there was a minor diesel fuel leak and a calcium leak but the levels weren't harmful. no injuries were reported.
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to figure out what caused the truck to overturn. votes are already being tallied in the "first in the nation" primary state of new hampshire. the tiny town of dixville notch is home of the first votes in the new england state. john kasich and bernie sanders garnered the most votes in the town. the rest of new hampshire voters will head to the polls throughout the day. karin caifa reports from manchester. the candidates' biggest challenge in their final full day of campaigning here -- the weather. snow and messy roadways on a day packed with rallies and town halls. donald trump and bernie sanders enter primary day with strong leads in the polls -- but there's much more to both of these races. -- vo -- the new hampshire republican contest looks a lot different than iowa's last week -- which was largely about the anti- establishment, and a battle
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and ted cruz. the focus here has been on a trio of governors -- former florida governor jeb bush, ohio governor john kasich and new jersey governor chris christie -- vying for more moderate voters. their closing arguments have touted executive experience, and the ability to mount a campaign that can beat hillary clinton in november, if she is the nominee. they are hoping to hold off the surge marco rubio started with a strong third-place finish in iowa -- especially after he faltered in saturday night's debate here. on the democratic side -- polls show a double-digit lead for bernie sanders over hillary clinton, but he's not taking anything for granted. his final full day of campaigning included multiple
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the clintons, however, know new garner last-minute support in the "granite state." he'll have a report this morning on sunrise. he'll also have live coverage from new hampshire throughout the day right here on wis. 'pbs newshour' will produce the first democratic presidential debate following the iowa caucuses and new hampshire primary on thursday. the debate will be held at the university of wisconsin-milwaukee. it will broadcast nationwide on pbs stations at 9 pm. investigators say a woman was left for dead after getting hit while driving along i-77 in chester county. they're now looking for a "purple commercial vehicle" after plastic parts left behind were discovered at the scene. the vehicle was traveling north and troopers believe the driver could be in north carolina or virginia. as michael clark reports, they're hoping someone
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help them make an arrest. you don't know what you're going to see when you get there, you have to prepare for the worst." these images.etched in the minds of volunteer first responders like t melton who came to help "it's always hard to drive up and see someone with one of their loved ones that there's not much you can do to help them" richburg fire and rescue crews have had little opportunities to rescue lately. already 4 deaths on chester county roads this year. the latest this hit and run early monday morning on interstate 77. "two people riding along, not bothering anybody in life and then somebody hits them
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vehicle parts remain at the scene...but the driver responsible did not. these purple parts from the commercial vehicle's bumper now puzzle pieces for investigators. troopers believe the driver may have been hauling a flatbed trailer before rear ending this suv causing it to noticeable damage to the left front side of the vehicle. you can call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc if you have any information that can help. the kershaw county sheriff's department is looking to expand its team -- but sheriff jim matthews says that's easier said than done. matthews says his best deputies 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
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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. the carolina panthers are back in friendly confines today after returning home from their super bowl 50 trip. and even without a vince lombardi trophy to bring back, there were still plenty of fans out to welcome the team back.
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nats- fans on a day when many may be feeling disappointed, dejected, or defeated.these fans can be described as diehard.. nats- fans david maineri- "this team means a lot to this city and we love them so much." so much that they came out here hours ago..crafting signs.blowing up balloons..waiting for their carolina cats to return.. kenny powers- "man we were proud of them to make it to the super bowl. we were proud of them. that's our team. that's why everybody showed up." nats- team arrival one-by-one players filed off the team buses.. nats-cheers some giving out high- fives..some flashing smiles for the crowd.. nats-cheer and despite the criticism.cam newton is still getting love in carolina country.. kid- "no matter how many games
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matter how many times he goes to the super bowl, we'll always love him." marcus gladden- "i'm a big cam a stinging loss to the denver keep practicing, get better and stay yo self." fan- "keep your heads up. i really want them not to be marcus gladden- "i'm so excited that was mark davenport reporting. the panthers team will clean out 2-14, 7-8-1, and now 17-2. we'll be here always." that was mark davenport reporting. the panthers team will clean out their lockers this morning, and head coach ron rivera will give his final thoughts on the season later in the day. former gamecocks head football coach steve spurrier has a new role at usc. the former hbc has been named a special assistant to president harris pastides and athletic director ray tanner. spurrier resigned as football coach in october. he did have a contract clause
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assume such a role if he wanted. tanner said spurrier recently accepted the position. coming up...it was the showdown everyone was looking forward to all season long. number one uconn vs number 2 south carolina. but in the end the gamecock women came up short. now they're looking ahead. rick henry has the highlights and post-game reaction ahead in your morning sportswrap. break 1 it was the showdown fans and
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talked about for months....the top ranked uconn women against number two south carolina. the gamecocks learn...they have a little work to do..if they
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tiffany mitchell back in action after missing the second half against kentucky with a bruised back...she finishes with 12 points tonight..... second quarter...wilson scores...but you see her limping with a leg injury ...she would leave the game and not return until the second half.... stewart shows everyone why she's the reigning national player of the year....25 points, ten rebounds...five blocked shots.....uconn leads 35-25 at recess. third quarter..... usc was only three of ten on threes tonight...when they missed...the huskies take advantage....morgan tuck gets the layup on the other end.....uconn up by 20. sarah imovbioh has a nice game off the bench for usc....13 points 8 rebounds........ but stewart is just too much for carolina....she was three of four from distance...... still number one and undeafeated at 23 and oh...the uconn huskies after beating usc 66 to
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the gamecocks fall to 22 and one. the clemson men hosting notre dame tonight...off the missed shot...irmo's jordan roper chases down the rebound then feeds jaron blossomgame for the dunk... but the fighting irish punch out the victory....89 to 83 over the tigers. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in the upper 20s wednesday friday: sunny and
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the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. lake wind advisory has been the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in the upper 20s wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s.
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middle 20s. lake wind advisory has been issued today as we'll see winds increase during the day up to 20mph. it looks like a quick disturbance will move through the state late this afternoon, clouds will increase and could see a few snow flurries late.system will be gone by midnight. break 2 as global concern continues to grow over the zika virus, medical professionals in northern california are working to make sure it doesn't
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doctors will soon take a major step....by asking some blood donors to stop
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professionals in northern california are working to make sure it doesn't spread there. doctors will soon take a major
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some blood donors to stop giving. anyone who has traveled to mexico, central or south america will be asked to wait at least 28 days before donating blood. eight-thousand dollars will be put into a program to help women undergoing breast cancer treatment. the city of columbia made the donation to palmetto health's bosom buddies foundation. they raised the money by holding t-shirt sales. some of the money also came from donations. for more information about the bosom buddies foundation, go to wistv dot com. we have a link under the big red 10. it's the last day of the mardi gras season and hoards of revelers are getting hurricane katrina. sarah dallof has the story from the center of it all in new orleans. the costumes the parades... and of course, the beads... all part of an iconic mardi gras experience .. a feast for the eyes and ears.
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expectations!" drawing visitors and locals alike. "i'm here every year and we dance a lot." "you may not know the person on the side of you but you get to to know them." security is tighter than ever before, with so much surveillance, the fbi says visitors should always assume they're being filmed. in addition to agents, some 11-hundred new orleans police officers are on patrol- many undercover. "we want you to have a good time but we will not tolerate violence." the weather this season has been cool and rainy. applies to pandas. we'll explain next.
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tom brokaw i'm tom brokaw, nbc news, in new
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and as you can see on the screen behind me we are all over the state. it's the first in the nation, primary of course, after the caucuses in iowa. and new hampshire has always played a critical role in determining who gets to be the nominee of the democratic and republican party for president of the united states. this year it's an especially fierce battle on both sides. donald trump continues to hold a very large lead in the polls going into the actual voting, but new hampshire does have a way of surprising everyone once they come out of the voting booth. on the democratic side hillary clinton and bernie sanders; sanders right next door in vermont, that's his base, he's the senator from there.
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going in, but women in new hampshire very often make a larger difference than they do in other states because so many of them hold state-wide the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw hosted by a-b-c were the awkward candidate entrances. so awkward...that it got c-n-n's jeanne moos thinking about other not-so-grand entrances. the desperate gestures of a backstage handler told the story of what one website called "a
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sure, it could have been worse. no one fell like miss america. no one got a concussion like conan did. or tripped over a red carpet... while singing their national anthem on skates. nope, the debate introduction... was just incredibly awkward... starting when ben carson didn't respond to his name...for the obvious reason. presidential candidate "i couldn't hear it." and just when carson seemed ready to advance... "texas senator ted cruz." ted cruz cruised by.... but donald trump likewise seemed to miss his name, letting... "jeb bush" brush by, with a tap and a "see ya later guys" expression. "and that is something you'll never see again...jeb bush passing donald trump." when the moderators finally introduced...
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only 4 were there. chris christie volunteered... presidential candidate "can i introduce kasich?" "noisy in here. yes yes." "what a mess" tweeted wendy williams. which prompted a carson defender to bring up a dramatic entrance wendy made on stage. "sometimes your entrance can go just fine, but then you get to your exit." remember when president bush...had trouble handling those locked door handles in china?" on the view, the hosts recreated the republican snafu... "michelle collins" as they made their entrance... but when it comes to hailing these chiefs... better hail them louder. jeanne moos cnn new york this weekend's debate was actually the highest rated debate of 2016 so far. pulling in 13 point 2 million viewers. take a look at this adorable video out of washington d.c. a six month old panda cub at d.c's smithsonian national zoo tries his hardest to make his way
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but just can't quite get the hang of it. the cub's name is bei bei he debuted at the smithsonian zoo back in december. the time is now 4:-- thanks for starting your day with news ten sunrise. end break right now on news 10 sunrise... the nation's first presidential
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new numbers are being released this morning as voters in new hampshire head to the polls. and... cold temperatures continue in the midlands. i'll have your first alert forecast coming up. plus... a heartbreaking loss. the usc women's basketball team
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the uconn huskies, but a win was separated by less than 10 points. what the coach says the focus will be now. it's tuesday, february ninth. and news 10 sunrise starts right now. good morning. thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm mary king. i'm len kiese. it's five o'clock on this tuesday, february ninth. republicans and democrats looking to secure their party's nomination for president will be eagerly awaiting the results in new hampshire today. new hampshire is the first primary state which makes a win there an important victory for the preferred candidate come the november eighth election. already overnight we've seen some votes come in from new hampshire. our caroline patrickis joins us in the the alert center with the latest. mary - every presidential primary election -- the tiny town of dixville notch in new hampshire is one of the first towns to vote -- holding a midnight ballot count. those early numbers show ohio
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bernie sanders getting an early boost with votes there. sanders shut out hilary clinton winning all four democratic votes 4-0 in dixville notch, while kasich beat donald trump 3-2. by new hampshire state law -- communities like dixville notch with fewer than 100 voters can open their polls at midnight and close them as soon as all registered voters have cast their ballots. officials say the town doesn't have a record about predicting the new hampshire primary, but it certainly gives the winners a boost. coming up in just a few minutes, we're going to take a look at the latest poll numbers in new hampshire, and also at another round of controversy surrounding republican candidate donald trump. we'll tell you more on the comments he said at a new hampshire rally last night that are continuing to make headlines this morning. you'll notice some cold temperatures as you wake up this morning. tim miller has your first alert forecast. a series of cold fronts will keep it chilly across the state this week. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated
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a traffic alert to tell you about this morning... three lanes on i-26 at mile
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three lanes on i-26 at mile market 118 east and westbound have been reopened after a tractor- trailer overturned last night. lexington county fire officials tell us the truck had a small diesel leak, as well as a calcium leak. it's not being reported as harmful. no injuries have been reported and highway patrol officials are investigating the cause of the incident. it's officially game-on for 2016 presidential canddiates. they'll learn today who voters are backing for the presidential nomination once polls close in the state today. the latest cnn-wmur poll of likely republican voters in new hampshire -- still showing donald trump with a sizeable lead over his challengers. trump with 31-percent. marco rubio following in at 2nd with 17-percent. iowa caucus winner ted cruz trailing just behind rubio at 13-percent. and john kasich in at 10-percent. republican presidential candidate donald trump is looking to maintain his lead in new hampshire by using some choice words in referencing his gop
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manchester monday night. when trump mentioned fellow candidate ted cruz, a crowd member shouted a very offensive word, which trump then repeated. trump scolded the woman, saying the comment was terrible. s/ donald trump/ presidential candidate "some people... she just said a terrible thing. you know what she said? shout it out because i don't want to... . ok, you're not allowed to say, and i never expect to hear that from you again. trump also took a sharp turn in criticizing sen. debate the today show will have more on morning after sunrise. mary? while republicans and democrats are holding of intense campaigning, its the voters who aren't affiliated with either party that could make the biggest impact in new hampshire. independents in new hampshire made up 43 percent of the general election vote back in
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new hampshire, you can vote in either primary for any candidate. "independent voters are really tired of what's happening with the parties. the parties are keeping candidates from being able to really have a backbone. we want to be able to make it so that candidates can think independently and actually solve problems." some independent voters say they're drawn to the non-traditional candidates. today, independent voters are expected to add more surprises to the primary season. will whitson is in new hampshire right now following the 2016 presidential candidates as they look to garner last minute support in the "granite state." we'll have a report from will in about 30 minutes. he'll also have live coverage from new hampshire throughout the day right here on wis. today we are asking you to "swing" into action as wis partners with b106.7 and palmetto health children's hospital for 2016's radiothon! all proceeds donated this year will "play" into a huge project for the hospital. our michal higdon is live at the hospital this morning with the details. this is the 15th year radiothon
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place... and this year we're asking the community to "slide" donations this way so the children's hospital can build a playground. but it's not just an ordinary playground... this will be a specialized one for the children here in the hospital. the equipment that is needed are specially designed for children with autism and other processing disorders. also it will be wheelchair accessible and allow children with iv's to be able to use it as well. you can see some of the equipment on your screen, like the "omni spin," "we-saw," and roller slide. you may remember the hospital received a 30- thousand dollar donation from white cloud, thanks to your votes in a competition last year. that money is only the beginnng. christy fink: "because of all of those special things that we need to do to make this possible for sick children, we're going to need significant support from our community to make this happen. 30- thousand dollars is a great
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we're still in the planning stages of this and it's really going to depend on how much philanthropic support we can get from our community." the number to call to donate is 803-434-3000 or toll free at 866-434-b106. the children's hospital sees 150,000 visits from children each year -- so this playground is definitely a necessity for a sense of normalcy. i caught up with one family who has spent some time here at the hospital after their youngest son was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. i'll have their story coming up in the next half hour. live from palmetto health children's hospital, michal higdon, wis news 10. the usc women's basketball team knows there is still room to improve as they approach the ncaa tournament. on monday night, the gamecocks were looking to avenge last year's loss to uconn in front of a sold out crowd at colonial life arena -- but for the second year in a row they fell a little short. the huskies are defending national champions, and are consistently
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ncaa tournament. last night -- gamecock fans had colonial life arena rocking, hoping to cheer their team on to a win in a battle of undefeated teams. usc hung tough before falling 66 to 54. coach dawn staley was asked about possibly seeing uconn again later this season. "i think our players understand what the road is ahead of us. and if we get to that point, i just think that the more times you play uconn, the better feel you have for them" if there is a rematch this season, it would be in the ncaa tournament. with a strong finish to the season, the gamecocks would likely be a number one seed. their next game is thursday at home versus florida. and tim miller's getting your day started with your first alert forecast. a series of cold fronts will keep it chilly across the state this week. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated rain/snow showers. the carolina panthers arrived
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coming off of a disappointing loss to the denver broncos in the super bowl. already, we're seeing some predictions being made for next year's super bowl contenders.
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breaking in the alert center
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people are dead and 15 seriously injured after two trains collided early this morning in southern germany. here's a picture from that scene where emergency officials are working to rescue people at this time. south bavarian police say about half of the injuries are severe but the total number of dead is still unknown. the two commuter trains were traveling in the state of bavaria about 37 miles southeast of munich. the cause of the crash is unknown - several hundred rescue workers are still on the scene. investigators are looking for a vehicle after a woman was killed after getting hit while driving along i-77 in chester county. they're now looking for a "purple commercial vehicle" after plastic parts left behind
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the vehicle was traveling north and troopers believe the driver could be in north carolina or virginia. troopers say because of the crash there should be noticeable damage to the left front side of the vehicle. call crimestoppers at 1- 888-crime-sc if you have any information. the kershaw county sheriff's department is looking to expand its team -- but sheriff jim matthews says that's easier said than done. matthews says his best deputies started backing out after riots broke out in communities, saying today's atmosphere around law enforcement makes young recruits feel there's too much risk. matthews also says there's not enough pay. those who haven't completed the justice academy make $26,000. once they complete the academy they make 32- thousand. many in the midlands will remember the man featured on the 39th stamp released in the black heritage series. richard allen helped find the african methodist episcopal denomination in 1816. he created an independent african- american church at a time when
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freely worship everywhere. allen university in columbia which bears his name, will have a special ceremony during its founders day program. a series of cold fronts will keep it chilly across the state this week. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated rain/snow showers. the carolina panthers are back home after sunday's loss in the super bowl. the panthers touched down in
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bank of america stadium -- it was clear the fans in charlotte were still proud of their team. a big crowd turned out to welcome them home and celebrate the season. sunday was just the panthers second ever trip to the super bowl. fans will surely be expecting another big year from the panthers looking ahead to next season -- and the early odds show sportsbooks in vegas agree. the panthers and patriots are the early favorites to win it all. some have the panthers slightly ahead, some have the patriots. the seahawks, packers, steelers, and broncos rounded out the top 5. some news out of usc for former footbacll coach steve spurrier. the hbc has a new role with the school. spurrier has been named a special assistant to president harris pastides and athletic director ray tanner. spurrier resigned as football coach in october. he did have a contract clause that allowed him to assume such a role if he wanted.
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top headlines coming up on sunrise. stay with us. good morning, bernie sanders by all of the tracking polls is still pretty far ahead, hillary clinton hoping to catch up or, at least, narrow the gap. 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.
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bill clinton getting more and more frustrated by how difficult it has been to catch up to this unlikely front-runner, the 74-year- old vermont senator. we'll have all of that as this campaign has become increasingly nasty in the closing days, coming up on today. it's the last day of the mardi gras season and hoards of revelers are getting ready for one last day of celebrations. fat tuesday events are expected to be the largest since hurricane katrina. more than one million people are expected to
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security in new orleans is expected to be tighter than ever before. nearly 11-hundred new orleans police officers are expected to be on patrol- many undercover. president obama is expected to release the 2017 fiscal year budget proposal. it will be the president's final budget proposal as he prepares to leave the office next winter. many people believe the new budget has little chance to be adopted as president obama faces stiff opposition from the republican led house. hackers have published contact information for 20-thousand fbi employees. the leak happened on monday, right after personal data for almost 10-thousand department of homeland security employees was posted. the group tweeted the information was pulled from the department of justice database. names, titles, phone numbers and email addressed were included in the data dump. officials said it did not appear social security numbers were accessed. the justice department is investigating. a new government report on health insurance in the 50 states has been released this morning. eight states including florida,
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new york saw a significant drop last year in the number of people without health insurance. all but florida have accepted a medicaid expansion that's one of two major pathways to coverage under obamacare. the other coverage route is subsidized private insurance, available in all 50 states. overall, the nation's uninsured rate dropped to 9.1 percent in 2015. new reports out say 2015 saw a record-setting number of shark attacks worldwide. 98 attacks have been reported- 30 of them in florida and eight in each of the carolinas. the u-s leads the world with 59 attacks. scientists say the previous record was 88 attacks back in 2000. the number of attacks are expected to increase as human populations grow. six deaths were reported worldwide from the shark attacks. the trouble continues for cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel, who faces allegations of domestic violence. manziel's ex-girlfriend now alleges manziel hit her so hard that she lost hearing in one ear. colleen crowley says manziel dragged her into a car last month after she tried
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him- and she's accused of him of week. a series of cold fronts will keep it chilly across the state this week. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated hour, in just a few minutes.
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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 tuesday,
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your top stories this morning... voters are heading to the polls in new hampshire today as the nation's first primary kicks off. a win in new hampshire is an important victory for the preferred candidate come the november eighth election. our will whitson has a report from the granite state coming up in just a little bit. plus... radiothon 2016 is here! b106.7 is streaming live on the air right behind me and we've teamed up with palmetto health children's hospital in an effort to raise enough money this year to build a specialized playground for children. i'll have all the details in about 15 minutes. "i was really proud of them that even once it was the last 5 minutes that they still kept trying to hard" down, but not out. the usc women suffer a tough loss at home to number one ranked uconn. the huskies knocked off the gamecocks 66 to 54 in front of a sold out crowd at colonial life. but -- fans know there's still so much to play for this season with the ncaa tournament just a month away. coach dawn staley said her team
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on getting back to the championship game -- and they'll be ready if they meet uconn along the way. tim miller has a look at your first alert forecast as you're waking up this morning. a series of cold fronts will keep it chilly across the state this week. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated rain/snow showers.
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the polls are already opening in new hampshire-- some towns started voting at midnight... our will whitson joins us with a look at what to expect in todays caucus. tens of thousands of voters are heading to the polls today in new hampshire to pick their choices from the democratic and republican candidates.
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now it all comes down to turn out... much like the iowa caucuses where you have some supporters coming out and some supporters not coming out... that could really make or break who ends up getting first, second or third place in the republican race and narrowing the gap between hillary clinton and bernie sanders in the democratic race. candidates will be making their way to each polling place all across the state...to try and get those extra votes from many of the undecided voters. some new hampshire voters do not declare their party until they show up at the polls. back oncam there will also be big watch parties tonight with each of the candidates to see who will go home with a big heading to south carolina. will whitson, back to you. we'll check in with will from new hampshire later on sunrise and throughout the day right here on wis. democrat bernie sanders has fired up supporters in new hampshire and reports show he's ahead of hillary clinton in the polls.
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daniel webster college in nashua... and highlighted his grassroots campaign for president. the vermont senator also asked whether new hampshire is ready or not to lead a political revolution. what people will be asking is not just who wins... but whether the people of new hampshire are prepared to lead this country in a political revolution. sanders has kept quiet after former president bill clinton spoke on his campaign. clinton portrayed sanders' campaign as dishonest and his spending plans unrealistic. clinton portrayed sanders' campaign as dishonest and his spending plans unrealistic. hillary clinton's campaign here in south carolina is expected to announce the support of new general assembly members. the supporters are joining 20 members who endorsed clinton and will speak on her political record. a news conference is happening today at 11:30 a-m on the first floor of the state house. famous faces are hitting college campuses in the midlands to get the word out to 2016 voters. actress angela bassett will be at s-c state today as part of the "get out the
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hillary clinton's campaign is supporting the program to rally students across the country. bassett will speak on campus at two at the martin luther king, jr. auditorium. meanwhile, actress and entertainer vivica a. fox will be at voorhees college at massachusetts hall for the hillary clinton presidential steering committee forum. after new hampshire -- it's on to south carolina. the republican primary is saturday, february 20th. the democratic primary is the following saturday, february 27th. 'pbs newshour' will produce the first democratic presidential candidates debate following the iowa caucuses and new hampshire primary on thursday. the debate will be held at the stations at 9 pm. right now in the wis alert center..... the u.s center for disease control is raising it's response level to the zika virus outbreak to a level one activation. that's the highest level of response. this means the center will accelerate preparedness
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virus by mosquitos in the u.s. the work includes developing diagnostic tests, studying more health risks, and surveying cases of the virus in the u.s. president obama also approved a two-billion dollar assistance plan to fight the disease that heads to congress today. the zika virus has spread throughout latin and south america and is linked to serious birth defects. if you're in the lake murray area and you hear sirens going off today- don't panic. sce and g is expected to conduct its annual test of its lake murray dam inundation sirens at noon today. the sirens will go off for about three minutes. the department of veterans affairs is making stops in the midlands today to prove information on services veterans can receive. the columbia mobile vet center will be at the south carolina military career and resource fair at the national guard armory on platt springs road today. the event is happening from nine a-m until one in west columbia. those who attend can receive confidential advice on a number of issues
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evangelist franklin graham - son of billy graham- will lead a prayer rally at the state house as part of a nationwide tour. the evangelist is challenging christians to pray for the country and take a stand for their faith. graham kicked off the "decision america tour" in january. this is video from one of his recent stops in baton rouge, louisiana. the rally will start at noon on the gervais street side of the state house. it's the reaction seen around the world...eli manning's face when his brother team scored a critical touchdown during sunday's game. coming up...was eli manning really upset about peyton's success? hear the story behind his not so happy face. up next. a series of cold fronts will keep it chilly across the state
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day, more and more americans are reportedly giving up their u.s. passports. a cnn money analysis of the latest government data shows more than 20 percent- or over 42 hundred people- turned in their passports last year. the trend is increasing with americans living overseas, amid
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the new rules are meant to fight tax evasion. u.s. citizens are taxed on all income no matter where they live. a new study finds four in 10 americans in their prime child-bearing years don't own a home. bank rate dot com says of the 40 percent of americans that don't own a home, 31 percent cite not being able to afford a down payment as the main reason. 20 percent say bad credit is preventing them from getting a mortgage. there are down payment assistance programs available. and a nonprofit housing counselor can help get your finances in order. pizza lovers have a reason to celebrate today-- it's national pizza day! whether it's chicago style or deep dish, ordered or homemade- pizza is, of course, an american favorite. a recent poll even found pizza is america's favorite comfort food. according to a 2014 report from the usda, about one in eight americans consume pizza on any given day, whether it be at school, at a restaurant, pulled out of the freezer or baked at
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a series of cold fronts will keep it chilly across the state this week mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated rain/snow showers. what do you do after you win the
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go to disneyland of course. peyton manning was the center of attention at a parade in disneyland in california monday. the denver broncos quarterback was surrounded by his two sons, mickey, minnie and the rest of the disney gang. broncos fans lined disney's main street to celebrate the quaterback who helped lead his team to the 24-10 win over the panthers sunday. one of the most talked about moments from super bowl 50 was eli manning's reaction to his brother's team scoring a critical touchdown during the game. take a look at the moment now seen around the internet- where it appears everyone but eli is celebrating the score. people started making fun of the reaction joking that perhaps it was a case of sibling rivalry. but peyton has put the
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that quote..."eli's just like me. eli is analyzing the game. he's thinking about whether we were going to go for two. whether it was going to be reviewed." he added that he wasn't going to relax until the final second ticked off. if you are keeping score-- both brothers now have two super bowl rings. one actor is working to spread awareness of skin cancer by using the power of social media. hugh jackman posted this picture on both his twitter and instagram accounts showing his treatment for basal cell
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mildest form of skin cancer. jackman captioned the photo "an example of what happens when you don't use sunscreen. basal cell. the mildest form of cancer. please wear sunscreen and get check ups regularly!" it's reportedly the fifth time jackman has had to get a form of skin cancer removed. experts recommend getting your skin checked periodically by a dermatologist to catch skin cancer before it
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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.
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new in the wis alert center this morning... video showing the moment a california gas station canopy collapsed on two cars yesterday. take a look. two maintenance workers when on the roof at the time of the collapse. as they were getting off of the awning, the roof failed. one worker managed to scramble away while the other rode the roof to the ground. he suffered minor injuries. drivers in cars beneath the canopy were not hurt. every year, wis partners with the b106.7 for a radiothon to raise money for miracles at palmetto health children's hospital. this year -- all of the proceeds are going directly to a fun place that will be built for chidren who have extended stays at the hospital. our michal higdon is live at palmetto health this
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palmetto health wants to build a specialized playground for kids that will benefit their learning and development during their stay at children's hospital. it would help children -- like eli adams -- who was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of leukemia back in march of 2015. before being diagnosed, eli's mom, robyn, tells me he was an extremely active 10-year-old boy. he loved sports, especially baseball, basketball, and kickball. once he was diagnosed with cancer, he was forced to slow his movement -- but still found ways to play during his stay at the hospital for two and a half months. robyn says having a playground at the hospital would have been amazing -- especially for kids like eli. "where did you spend all your time, doing what?" "playing."
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"video games." "and where did you want to play video games? did you ever want to play them in your room?" "no." "where did you want to play them?" "in the playroom." "why'd you want to be in there? so you could be be a sense of normalcy because that's what kids do. and you don't even think anything about it. so that would have been... we talked about it right? would that have been awesome?" "giggles" this playground won't become a reality without your help. the number to call to donate is 803-434-3000 or toll free at 866-434-b106. we also have a link if you'd like to donate online on our website under the big red 10. you can donate until 7pm tomorrow. live from palmetto health children's hospital, michal higdon, wis news 10. tonight there's a party for a purpose for the aids benefit foundation of south carolina and its all
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biggest annual fundraiser. every june the foundation hosts the event "dining with friends." the dinner event starts at homes all across the midlands and culminates at the koger center with a dessert finale and a silent auction. tonight they're asking people to come out for their kick-off party at 701 whaley to learn about serving as a host home for the big event. "it's a great opportunity for people to learn more about us and what we do, the different organizations that we fund, and kind of the awareness of hiv in general. getting that word out and i think it's a good motivator for people to want to pitch in and help." abf says south carolina currently ranks sixth in the nation for new hiv infections every year. this year's dining with friends event will be held on june 11th. if you'd like to learn more tonight's party is free. it starts at 6pm at 701 whaley street. happy birthday to everyone celebrating today!! send your birthday club pictures to: birthdayboard@wistv.com and specify the date in
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you can also mail photos to: birthday board po box 367 columbia, sc 29202 please give two weeks advanced notice. photos cannot be returned. first alert traffic report the planned parenthood clinic in colorado springs where three people were killed in november is set something is just fundamentally broken when african americans are more likely to be arrested by police, and sentenced to longer prison terms, for doing the same thing that whites do.
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with law enforcement end tragically. we need investments in education, health care and jobs, to counter generations of neglect. we have to face up to the hard truth of injustice and systemic racism. i'm hillary clinton,
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it's been closed since black friday, when a police officer and two others clinic in colorado springs where three people were killed in november is set to reopen on
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it's been closed since black friday, when a police officer and two others were killed and nine people were injured in a shooting spree that lasted several hours. 57-year-old robert dear faces murder and attempted murder charges. chipotle mexican grill is blaming sick employees for two norovirus outbreaks that the restaurant chain experienced last year. the dining chain closed all of its restaurants nationwide for a few hours on monday to hold a company-wide meeting to discuss food safety. the meeting also revealed tomatoes are the likely culprit behind the salmonella outbreak. the company no longer dices tomatoes in its restaurants. to make up for being closed- chipotle offered free burritos monday until 6pm for customers who texted a special code. the super bowl champion team denver broncos will be rewarded with a parade through the team's home city-- to, of course, celebrate their victory in super bowl 50. the broncos defeated the carolina panthers 24 to 10 in a game dominated by both teams' defenses. the victory was quarterback peyton manning's second super
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a series of cold fronts will keep it chilly across the state this week. mix of sun and clouds tuesday, cooler with highs in the mid/upper 40s, isolated rain/snow showers. the time is now . thanks for starting your day
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new numbers are being released this morning as voters in new hampshire head to the polls. and... cold temperatures continue in the midlands. i'll have your first alert forecast coming up. plus... a heartbreaking loss. the usc women's basketball falls to uconn. but coach dawn staley says the dream season is still alive for the gamecocks. and the road to a championship
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again. good morning. thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm mary king. i'm len kiese. it's 6 o'clock. it's round two for presidential candidates! the new hampshire primaries are underway. new hampshire is the first primary state, which makes a win there an important victory on the road to securing each parties final nomination. already overnight we've seen some votes come in from new hampshire. our caroline patrickis joins us in the the alert center with the latest. mary - ohio governor john kasich and vermont senator bernie sanders got an early boost in the new hampshire primary this morning in dixville notch, new hampshire. they are the first town to vote in the first-in-the- nation primary -- holding a midnight ballot count. sanders shut out hilary clinton winning all four democratic votes 4-0 in dixville notch, while kasich beat donald trump 3-2. by new hampshire state law -- communities like dixville notch with fewer than
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their polls at midnight and close them as soon as all registered voters have cast their ballots. officials say the town doesn't have a record about predicting the new hampshire primary, but it certainly gives the winners a boost. coming up in just a few minutes, we're going to take a look at the latest poll numbers in new hampshire, along with more controversy surrounding republican candidate donald trump after a campaign event last night. you'll notice some cold temperatures as you wake up this morning. tim miller has your first alert forecast. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in the upper 20s wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to
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first alert traffic report a traffic alert to tell you a traffic alert to tell you about this morning... three lanes on i-26 at mile market 118 east and westbound have been reopened after a
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trailer overturned last night. lexington county fire officials tell us the truck had a small diesel leak, as well as a calcium leak. it's not being reported as harmful. no injuries have been reported and highway patrol officials are investigating the cause of the incident. it's officially game-on for the 2016 presidential candidates. today -- voters in new hampshire will make their voices heard for the first time. the latest cnn-wmur poll of likely republican voters still shows donald trump with a sizeable lead over his challengers. trump with 31-percent. marco rubio following in 2nd with 17-percent. iowa caucus winner ted cruz trailing just behind rubio at 13-percent. and john kasich in at 10-percent. donald trump made headlines on the campaign trail on the final day before today's primaries. during a rally in manchester
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-- trump was attacking cruz for what he says was a weak response to a question about water boarding during saturday night's debate. that's when someone in the crowd shouted a profanity, which trump repeated. take a listen. s/ donald trump/ presidential candidate ok. you're not allowed to say, and i never expect to hear that from that's terrible. . trump also took a sharp turn in criticizing sen. marco rubio for his repetitious debate performance on saturday. the today show will have more on trump's comments later this morning after sunrise. mary? while republicans and democrats are holding their primaries following months of intense campaigning, its the voters who aren't affiliated with either party that could make the biggest impact in new hampshire. independents in made up 43 percent of the general election vote back in 2012. when you're an independent in new hampshire, you can vote in either primary for any candidate.
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tired of what's happening with the parties. the parties are keeping candidates from being able to really have a backbone. we want to be able to make it so that candidates can think independently and actually able to make it so that they're drawn to the non-traditional candidates. today, independent voters are expected to add more surprises to the primary season. investigators are looking for a vehicle after a woman was killed after getting hit while driving along i-77 in chester county. they're now looking for a "purple commercial vehicle" after plastic parts left behind were discovered at the scene. the vehicle was traveling north and troopers believe the driver could be in north carolina or virginia. troopers say because of the crash there should be noticeable damage to the left front side of the vehicle. call crimestoppers at 1- 888-crime-sc if you have any information. today we are asking you to "swing" into action as wis partners with b106.7 and palmetto health children's hospital for 2016's radiothon! all proceeds donated this year will "play" into a huge project for the hospital. our michal higdon is live at the
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this is the 15th year radiothon has taken place... and this year we're asking the community to "slide" donations this way so the children's hospital can build a playground. but it's not just an ordinary playground... this will be a specialized one for the children here in the hospital. the equipment that is needed are specially designed for children with autism and other processing disorders. also it will be wheelchair accessible and allow children with iv's to be able to use it as well. you can see some of the equipment on your screen, like the "omni spin," "we-saw," and roller slide. you may remember the hospital received a 30- thousand dollar donation from white cloud, thanks to your votes in a competition last year. that money is only the beginnng. christy fink: "because of all of those special things that we need to do to make this possible for sick children, we're going to need significant support from our community to make this happen. 30- thousand dollars is a great launching point for us but
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stages of this and it's really going to depend on how much philanthropic support we can get from our community." the number to call to donate is 803-434-3000 or toll free at 866-434-b106. the children's hospital sees 150,000 visits from children each year -- so this playground is definitely a necessity for a sense of normalcy. i caught up with one family who has spent some time here at the hospital after their youngest son was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. i'll have their story coming up in the next half hour. live from palmetto health children's hospital, michal higdon, wis news 10. the usc women's basketball team knows there is still room to improve as they approach the ncaa tournament. on monday night, the gamecocks were looking to avenge last year's loss to uconn in front of a sold out crowd at colonial life arena -- but for the second year in a row they fell a little short.
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champions, and are consistently a contender to win it all in the ncaa tournament. last night -- gamecock fans had colonial life arena rocking, hoping to cheer their team on to a win in a battle of undefeated teams. usc hung tough before falling 66 to 54. coach dawn staley was asked about possibly seeing uconn again later this season. "i think our players understand what the road is ahead of us. and if we get to that point, i just think that the more times you play uconn, the better feel you have for them" if there is a rematch this season, it would be in the ncaa tournament. with a strong finish to the season, the gamecocks would likely be a number one seed. their next game is thursday at home versus florida. and -- expected in your first alert forecast today. here's tim miller. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the
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windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in the upper 20s wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. there was plenty to celebrate last night, when panthers fans gave a warm welcome to their team when they returned to
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after the best season in we'll take a look, next. we continue following a deadly train crash in the 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.
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alert center this morning... we're learning at least 8 people are now dead and 50 seriously injured after two trains collided early this morning in southern germany. here's the aftermath of that scene where emergency officials are working to rescue people at this time. police say rescue operations are being hampered by the inaccessibility of the area. south bavarian police say at least 150 are injured... the two commuter trains were traveling in the state of bavaria about 37 miles southeast of munich. the cause of the crash is unknown - several hundred rescue
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north carolina state attorneys have asked a federal court to delay its order directing legislators draw new congressional districts. a panel of judges previously found two of the districts unconstitutional because state lawmakers relied too much on race in drawing them in 2011. they said new boundaries were needed by february 19th -- otherwise no congressional elections could occur. the state is asking for the delay because they say the march 15th primary is already under way, and the state legislature isn't in session right now. a new government report this morning on health insurance shows eight states saw a significant drop in the number of people who were uninsured last year. 7 of those states are among the more than 20 nationwide that have accepted a medicaid expansion that was part of obamacare. other states are still considering or have decided not to accept the expansion. the other coverage route is subsidized private insurance, available in all 50 states. overall, the nation's uninsured rate dropped to 9.1 percent in 2015.
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20-thousand fbi employees. the leak happened on monday, right after personal data for almost 10-thousand department of homeland security employees was posted. the group tweeted the information was pulled from the department of justice database. names, titles, phone numbers and email addressed were included in the data dump. officials said it did not appear social security numbers were accessed. the justice department is investigating. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. today's picture the weather is from annika, hammond school send us your weather pictures to
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columbia, sc 29202. the carolina panthers are back home after sunday's loss in the super bowl. the panthers touched down in charlotte last night- and the planes were given an honorary spray over by the fire department. and when they arrived later at bank of america stadium -- it was clear the fans in charlotte were still proud of their team. a big crowd turned out to welcome them home and celebrate the season. sunday was just the panthers second ever trip to the super bowl. fans will surely be expecting another big year from the panthers looking ahead to next season -- and the early odds show sportsbooks in vegas agree. the panthers and patriots are the early favorites to win it all.
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ahead, some have the patriots. the seahawks, packers, steelers, and broncos rounded out the top 5. some news out of usc for former footbacll coach steve spurrier. the hbc has a new role with the school. spurrier has been named a special assistant to president harris pastides and athletic director ray tanner. spurrier resigned as football coach in october. he did have a contract clause that allowed him to assume such a role if he wanted. up next on sunrise -- a look at your tuesday headlines. thanks for starting your morning with news 10. thanks for starting your morning with news 10. andrea mitchell good morning, bernie sanders by
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next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with 30mph. this means much of the day with 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. a wind-driven winter storm that's already brought several inches of snow to massachusetts is expected to bring snow to other parts of the east coast. the national weather service says northern new england could get 4 to 8 inches by late tonight or early wednesday -- as well as new york city, philadelphia and new jersey.
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massachusetts and rhode island could get up to 9 inches. today president obama will release his 2017 fiscal year budget proposal. it will be the president's final budget proposal as he prepares to leave the office next winter. many people believe the new budget has little chance to be adopted as president obama faces stiff opposition from the republican led house. new estimates show ferguson, missouri's cost of implementing reforms spelled out in a consent agreement with the u.s. department of justice could approach $4 million in the first year alone. this further raises questions about whether the community thrust into the national spotlight after the fatal police shooting of michael brown can afford it. city council is expected to decide today whether to adopt the agreement. if it doesn't do so, a federal civil rights lawsuit could follow. the trouble continues for cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel, who faces allegations of domestic violence. manziel's ex-girlfriend now alleges manziel hit her so hard that she lost hearing in one ear. colleen crowley says manziel dragged her into a car last month after she tried
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manziel then struck her in the head. crowley won a protective order against manziel last week. ahead in our half hour of sunrise -- violence in the streets of hong kong. what sparked this riot with police during the celebration of the chinese new year. 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.
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thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm len kiese. i'm mary king. it's 6:30. your top stories this morning... voters are trickling into to the polls in new hampshire right now as the nation's first primary kicks off. this is a live look at a voting precinct in manchester where some voters have already cast their ballots. a win in new hampshire is an important victory for the preferred candidate come the november eighth election. our will whitson has a report from the granite state coming up in just a little bit. plus... radiothon 2016 is here! b106.7 is streaming live on the air right behind me and we've teamed up with palmetto health children's hospital in an effort to raise enough money this year to build "i was really proud of them that even once it was the last 5 minutes that they still kept
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down, but not out. the usc women suffer a tough loss at home to number one ranked uconn. the huskies knocked off the gamecocks 66 to 54 in front of a sold out crowd at colonial life. but -- fans know there's still so much to play for this season with the ncaa tournament just a month away. coach dawn staley said her team along the way. and tim miller's keeping an eye on ---- in your first alert forecast. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in
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wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. first alert traffic report the polls are already opening in new hampshire-- some towns started voting at midnight... our will whitson joins us with a look at what to the polls are already opening in new hampshire-- some towns started
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midnight... our will whitson joins us with a look at what to expect in today's primary. tens of thousands of voters are heading to the polls today in new hampshire to pick their choices from the democratic and republican candidates. vo now it all comes down to turn much like the iowa caucuses where you have some supporters coming out and some supporters not coming out... that could really make or break who ends up getting first, second or third place in the republican race and narrowing the gap between hillary clinton and bernie sanders in the democratic race. candidates will be making their way to each polling place all across the state...to try and get those extra votes from many of the
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declare their party until they show up at the polls. back oncam there will also be big watch parties tonight with each of the candidates to see who will go home with a big chunk of the delegates before heading to south carolina. will whitson, back to you. we'll check in with will from new hampshire later on sunrise and throughout the day right here on wis. democrat bernie sanders has fired up supporters in new hampshire and reports show he's ahead of hillary clinton in the polls. sanders spoke to supporters at daniel webster college in nashua... and highlighted his grassroots campaign for president. sanders and clinton have continued to go back and forth about who is most prepared to lead the country. "what people will be asking is not just who wins... but whether the people of new hampshire are prepared to lead this country in a political revolution." "i will ask you respectfully to please consider giving me the chance to do this job for
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according to cnn -- hillary clinton's camp is denying reports that she's going to shake up her campaign team after a what looks to be a campaign team after a what looks to be a lackluster performance in new hampshire. hillary clinton's camp is looking ahead to south carolina. today it's expected to announce the support of new general assembly members. the supporters are joining 20 members who endorsed clinton and will speak on her political record. a news conference is happening today at 11:30 a-m on the first floor of the state house. some famous faces are hitting college campuses in the midlands to get the word out to 2016 voters. actress angela bassett will be at s-c state and claflin universities today as part of the "get out the vote" h-b-c-u tour. hillary clinton's campaign is supporting the program will be at claflin in the w.v. middleton fine arts center. meanwhile, actress vivica a. fox will make appearances at vorhees college, denmark technical college, and also here
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tonight at 6:30 the south carolina "young professionals for hillary" will hold a happy hour event at kaminsky's on gervais street with fox as the featured guest. after new hampshire -- it's on to south carolina. the republican primary is saturday, february 20th. the democratic primary is the following saturday, february 27th. 'pbs newshour' will produce the first democratic presidential candidates debate following the iowa caucuses and new hampshire primary on thursday. the debate will be held at the university of wisconsin-milwaukee. it will broadcast nationwide on pbs stations at 9 pm. right now in the wis alert level to the zika virus outbreak to a level one activation. that's the highest level of response. this means the center will accelerate preparedness for the transmission of the virus by mosquitos in the u.s. the work includes developing diagnostic tests, studying more health risks, and surveying cases of the virus in the u.s. president obama also approved a two-billion
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the disease that heads to congress today. the zika virus has spread throughout latin and south america and is linked to serious birth defects. if you're in the lake murray area and you hear sirens going off today- don't panic. sce and g is expected to conduct its annual test of its lake murray dam inundation sirens at noon today. the sirens will go off for about three minutes. evangelist franklin graham - son of billy graham- will lead a prayer rally at the state house as part of a nationwide tour. the evangelist is challenging christians to pray for the country and take a stand for their faith. graham kicked off the "decision america tour" in january. this is video from one of his recent stops in baton rouge, louisiana. the rally will start at noon on the gervais street side of the state house. up next on sunrise -- frightening moments, caught on camera. how two people managed to escape...after a roof gave way and collapsed in california. many in the midlands will
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heritage series. richard allen helped found the african methodist episcopal denomination in 1816. he created an independent african- american church at a time when african americans could not freely worship everywhere. allen university in columbia which bears his name, will have a special ceremony during its founders day program. the department of veterans affairs is making stops in the midlands today to provide information on services veterans can receive. the columbia mobile vet center will be at the south carolina military career and resource fair at the national guard armory on platt springs road today. the event is happening from nine a-m until one in west columbia. those who attend can receive confidential advice on a number of issues veterans face. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in 40s. lows in the lower to
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caught on camera -- scary moments at a california gas station when a canopy came crashing down on two cars yesterday.
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the roof at the time of the collapse. as they were getting off of the awning, the roof failed. one worker managed to scramble away while the other rode the roof to the ground. he suffered minor injuries. drivers in cars beneath the canopy were not hurt. what do you do after you win the super bowl? you go to disneyland of course. peyton manning was the center of attention at a parade in disneyland in california monday. the denver broncos quarterback was surrounded by his two children, mickey, minnie and the rest of the disney gang. broncos fans lined disney's main street to celebrate the quaterback who helped lead his team to the 24-10 win over the panthers sunday. one of the most talked about moments from super bowl 50 was eli manning's reaction to his brother's team scoring a critical touchdown during the game. take a look at the moment now seen around the internet- where it appears everyone but eli is
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people started making fun of the reaction joking that perhaps it was a case of sibling rivalry. but peyton has put the speculation to rest saying that quote..."eli's just like me. eli is analyzing the game. he's thinking about whether we were going to go for two. whether it was going to be reviewed." he added that he
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new in the wis alert center... hong kong's lunar new year celebrations turned
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clashed with protestors there. we're just getting some new video this morning from the scene showing policeman firing warning shots into the air. dozens were injured and arrested in these street clashes. police used pepper spray to disperse the crowds, and rioters threw bricks at police, lighting fires on the streets. the unrest started when local authorities tried to prevent street food sellers from operating last night. they're calling this violence the worst in hong kong history since the pro-democracy protests in 2014. chipotle mexican grill is blaming sick employees for two norovirus outbreaks that the restaurant chain experienced last year. the dining chain closed all of its restaurants nationwide for a few hours on monday to hold a company-wide meeting to discuss food safety. the meeting also revealed tomatoes are the likely culprit behind the salmonella outbreak. the company no longer dices tomatoes in its restaurants. to make up for being closed- chipotle offered free burritos monday until 6pm for customers who texted a special code.
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gras season and hoards of revelers are getting ready for one last day of celebrations. this is a live look now at bourbon street. fat tuesday events are expected to be the largest since hurricane katrina. more than one million people are expected to head to the big easy. security in new orleans is expected to be tighter than ever before. nearly 11-hundred new orleans police officers are expected to be on patrol- many undercover. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast. sunny, windy and cold today with highs in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill will feel like the lower 30s, it will be a raw day. clear, breezy tonight, lows in
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wednesday friday: sunny and cold. highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the lower to middle 20s. every year, wis partners with the b106.7 for a radiothon to raise money for miracles at palmetto health children's hospital. this year -- all of the proceeds are going directly to a fun place that will be built for chidren who have extended stays at the hospital. our michal higdon is live at palmetto health this morning to explain. palmetto health wants to build a specialized playground for kids that will benefit their learning and development during their stay at children's hospital. it would help children -- like eli adams -- who was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of leukemia back in march of 2015. before being diagnosed, eli's mom, robyn, tells me he was an extremely active 10-year-old boy. he loved sports, especially baseball, basketball, and kickball. once he was diagnosed with cancer, he was
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but still found ways to play during his stay at the hospital for two and a half months. robyn says having a playground at the hospital would have been amazing -- especially for kids like eli. "where did you spend all your time, doing what?" "playing." "playing what?" "video games." "and where did you want to play video games? did you ever want to play them in your room?" "no." "where did you want to play them?" "in the playroom." "why'd you want to be in there? so you could be around other kids?" "yeah." "have a playground, to be outside playing with them would be a sense of normalcy because that's what kids do. and you don't even think anything about it. so that would have been...
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about it right? would that have been awesome?" "giggles" this playground won't become a reality without your help. the number to call to donate is 803-434-3000 or toll free at 866-434-b106. we also have a link if you'd like to donate online on our website under the big red 10. higdon, wis news 10. tonight there's a party for a purpose for the aids benefit foundation of south carolina and its all to build momentum for their biggest annual fundraiser. every june the foundation hosts the event "dining with friends." the dinner event starts at homes all across the midlands and culminates at the koger center with a party at 701 whaley to learn about serving as a host home for the big event. "it's a great opportunity for people to learn more about us and what we do, the different organizations that we fund, and kind of the awareness of hiv in
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i think it's a good motivator for people to want to pitch in and help." abf says south carolina currently ranks sixth in the nation for new hiv infections every year. this year's dining with friends event will be held on june 11th. if you'd like to learn more tonight's party is free. it starts at 6pm at 701 whaley street. 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 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. she spent a lifetime making a difference for people. winning healthcare for 8 million children. benefits for families of reservists and the national guard.
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america runs on dunkin'. your top stories this morning... the first votes in the new hampshire primary are being cast this morning. the first votes in the new hampshire primary are being cast this morning. this is a live look at a voting precinct in manchester. overnight -- voters in small new john kasich and democrat, bernie sanders garnering the most early support. the today show will have a live report from new hampshire right after sunrise. will whitson is also in new hampshire right now following the 2016 presidential candidates as they look to garner last minute support in the "granite state." he'll also have live coverage from new hampshire throughout the day right here on wis. hillary clinton's camp is looking ahead to south carolina. today it's expected to announce
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new general assembly members. the supporters are joining 20 members who endorsed clinton and will speak on her political record. a news conference is happening today at 11:30 a-m on the first floor of the state house. evangelist franklin graham - son of billy graham- will lead a prayer rally at the state house as part of a nationwide tour. the evangelist is challenging christians to pray for the country and take a stand for their faith. graham kicked off the "decision america tour" in january. this is video from one of his recent stops in baton rouge, louisiana. the rally will start at noon on the gervais street side of the state house. the u.s center for disease control is raising it's response level to the zika virus outbreak to a level one activation. that's the highest level of response. this means the center will accelerate preparedness for the transmission of the virus by mosquitos in the u.s. the today show will also have more on this report right after sunrise. sunny and cold over the next several days as polar air has taken over much of the southeast.
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in the middle to upper 40s. the wind will be from the w/nw 15-20 with some gust up to 30mph. this means much of the day with the wind chill lows in the lower to middle 20s. have a great day! the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb.
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