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have a great wednesday.5am. some of you may be waking up to a little snow on the ground this morning. emphasis....on the word little. last night there were reports of a dusting of snow in areas of the northern midlands including in bethune and mcbee in kershaw county. viewers sent in some of these photos of light snow in their yards. this morning there are no reports of any school delays or any accumulation on the roadways. the major story this morning -- the wind combined with near- freezing temperatures making it feel extremely cold outside right now. von gaskin is in for tim miller with your first alert forecast. lake wind advisory until wednesday at 11pm - expect wind gust up to 35mph wednesday will be sunny to
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breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we continue to the end of the work week. thursday and friday temperatures will struggle to reach the upper 40s and low 50s. this weekend expect the arctic blast to continue and highs to continue in the 40s. happening right now.. . city of columbia water crews are
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repair a water main break near the 11-hundred block of st. andrews road. this is near the st. andrews commons apartments. overnight we received calls to our newsroom about residents not having any water there. utility crews are actively working to repair the water main break now. we'll let you know when those repairs are complete. the polls predicting the projected winners in the new hampshire primaries proved correct. but there was at least one surprise last night. karin caifa reports from manchester with the primary results, and what's next in the presidential race.
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winners here in new hampshire. both of them coming off of losses in iowa last week. bernie sanders lost iowa to hillary clinton by the narrowest of margins. he led in most new hampshire polls leading up to tuesday. he said his win, by a fairly large margin, sent a message. presidential candidate "it is just too late for the same old, same old establishment politics and establishment economics, the people want real change." meanwhile hillary clinton, in her concession remarks -- acknowledging those young voters that really buoyed sanders to his win. presidential candidate "i know i have some work to do particularly with young people but i will repeat again, even if they
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support them." in the g-o-p race -- a contrast between the campaigns of the first and second place finishers. donald trump -- turning big poll numbers into his first victory and ohio governor john kasich beat out the many contenders in that big battle for second place, after running an upbeat, positive campaign. presidential candidate "at a time when clearly change is in the air, maybe just maybe we are turning the page on a dark part of american politics. because tonight, the light overcame the darkness of negative campaigning." presidential candidate hampshire. we are going now to south contest for the republican candidates on february 20th. clinton and sanders compete in nevada, the same day. in manchester, new hampshire, i'm karin
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many of the candidates are palmetto state today. as chad mills reports, volunteers are already hard at work. in the chilling wind and even a bit of snow... donald trump waved signs for their candidate before going inside to work the phones. "we're really in a crunch- time now. we're excited to see all of the support, and we're excited for the primary coming up just in eleven days." even with trump still leading in the polls for south carolina's first in the south primary, these volunteers aren't letting up. "we're doing everything and anything we can. we phonebank all day long. we go to all the events, and we do whatever we can to get everyone's support." then, there's this rv which the campaign plans to deploy to more rural counties. on the other side of the aisle, volunteers for hillary clinton are ramping up efforts
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democratic primary on the 27th. "it's super crazy with the people doing different things. we have more phones to call, more doors to knock, and it's very hectic right now." the campaign says it's been here since last april, has built a grassroots infrastructure of thousands of volunteers, and now has a dozen "get out the vote" state, including this one in columbia. "i think that our job is important, because we're out, and we're closest to the community, and we're the people who are kind of being hillary's voice, because she can't speak to everyone." across town on gervais street, the ted cruz campaign is also depending on thousands of volunteers to get out the vote in the republican primary. "we have almost 10,000 volunteers. we're here right now in one of our midlands headquarters. we have one here and then one over on calhoun street. we usually have about 10 to 20 folks in
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office usually makes about 5,000 volunteer phone calls a day." now that new hampshire is just about in the rear- view mirror, activity is picking up in this office. volunteers are hoping to help close the gap between trump and cruz in the palmetto state. nearby on huger street, jeb bush's campaign office is chock-full of volunteers too. south carolina's primary will be critical to bush. he and his allies have spent millions on ads in the state. "it's looking awesome. i know a lot of us are here every single day showing our support and just trying to get the word out about him as much as possible. we're doing door knocks all around the columbia area." here's a look at the rundown as some of the republican candidates head to the palmetto state. donald trump will be at clemson university tonight. meanwhile, john kasich, who finished second last night, will be in mt. pleasant this afternoon. and marco rubio will be in columbia for a town- hall at the convention center.
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to start putting money into repairing roads soon...or face higher costs later on. hall spoke to the senate finance committee tuesday. panel chairman hugh leatherman recently said he wants senators to have as much information as possible before discussion begins on the senate floor about getting more money to the state's highways. those discussions will likely push back any decision on road funding. the director of south carolina's department of public safety appears to be headed to another four years in charge. the senate judiciary committee voted unanimously tuesday to advance leroy smith's confirmation. smith took command in november of 20-11 and oversees highway patrol, transport police and the bureau of protective services. the full senate is expected next week to confirm smith's second term. relatives of a columbia teenager murdered last summer are making a new appeal for help to find justice. the family of najeer buggs called for his killers to turn themselves in....and for anyone with information to come forward. najeer was shot and killed last july near the corner of grand street and grand
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colonial drive. police say they have new forensic evidence that was processed by sled analysts. "i have battles every day. i cry every day. you know, i have to look at my son on an obituary. i look in the cell phone on some pictures or something like that. his birthday last year we was at the bowling alley. this year, we will spend it crying. it's torture." najeer would have turned 15 this upcoming monday. if you have any information on this shooting call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. the obama administration's crackdown on power plants has been put on hold. the u.s. supreme court tuesday blocked epa rules which would have limited power plants to fight global warming. critics have said the plans would mean dramatically higher electric bills. a coalition of 27 states and industry groups sued to stop the plan. they called it an "unprecedented power grab" by a federal agency. the court ruled the plan cannot go forward until the legal challenges are hammered
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the court-martial of sergeant bowe bergdahl is officially on hold. a judge has issued a so- called "stay of proceedings." the judge is waiting on an appeals court to make a decision about whether classified evidence should be shared with berdahl's defense team. bergdahl is accused of deserting his post--after his capture outside a military base in afghanistan in 2009. his lawyers have argued jail time would be inappropriate--given his five years in captivity and the torture they say he endured. coming up...one of the top college basketball coaches had to be helped off the court last night during a game. plus, the usc men's team is expecting big crowds for a pair of key conference matchups this week. rick henry is next with the wednesday sports wrap.
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coaches collapses during a game. north carolina head coach roy
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to leave the court tonight during the tarheels contest with boston college. williams had just finished talking to a referee about a call....when he got to the huddle...he slumped to the floor. williams was helped to the lockerroom. a team spokesman says williams was dizzy...but he's ok. the coach has had bouts of vertigo in the past when standing up quickly. assistant coach steve robinson took over as north carolina held off boston college. 68 to 65. tickets are in high demand for usc men's basketball games. that's something we haven't said much in recent years. the men host lsu tomorrow....a limited number of tickets remain for that
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saturday's game with kentucky is sold out. it's the second sellout of the season...and the 8th sellout in history for the men at colonial life arena. the fans are flocking to see a usc team that has racked up 20 wins for the first time in seven years. lake wind advisory until wednesday at 11pm - expect wind gust up to 35mph wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we continue to the end of the work week. thursday and friday temperatures will struggle to reach the upper 40s and low 50s. this weekend expect the arctic blast to continue and highs to
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break 2 35mph wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we
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the work week. thursday and friday temperatures will struggle to reach the upper 40s and low 50s. this weekend expect the arctic blast to continue and highs to continue in the 40s.
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the october flood. riverfront park is still closed. the canal's embankment is fixed, but there's no time frame for reopening the park. in the meantime, there are a number of parks open. granby park on catawba street is open, as well as earlewood park on parkside drive. officials say the dog park at earlewood park is open as well after repairs were made to the park's fencing. a lexington middle school teacher is standing out a as a national champion kimberly freeman, a latin teacher at lexington middle, was presented the milken educator award yesterday the award has been called the oscar of teaching. a 25-thousand dollar check was also presented during a surprise schoolwide assembly.
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kimberly freeman as a model for the teachers in south carolina and the nation. "teaching is easily the way to reach tomorrow and it's the way we have hope moving forward. it's the profession where you can touch lives of so many different people and so many different walks of life and so i think it's just super honoring that i get to wake up and do that everyday." freeman says she will use some of the money to put back into her classroom. students at allen university yesterday honored the life of a man now on a black heritage stamp. richard allen, after whom the university is named, was honored in the unveiling of a special commemorative stamp. allen helped found the african methodist episcopal denomination in 1816 at a time when blacks could not freely worship everywhere. this 39th black heritage stamp honors his inspirational life as a preacher, activist and civic leader. help for expecting and new moms
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mental illness... it comes amid new evidence that it's more commomothan first thought. lexi sutter talked with one mother who says the new guidance is desperately needed. the barnes family is a happy one. but mother emily will be the first to admit... it hasn't always been this way. "it had gone undiagnosed for all these years and i didn't understand." for more than five years and with all three pregnancies... she suffered from postpartum depression. "all of the sudden i was having panic attacks and i was in hysterical tears." struggling with intense emotions... she realized they were wrong, but not rare. "common enough that it's in about 1 in every 8 people." doctor rabiya suleman sees depression in expecting and new mothers all
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she's already using the recommended depression screening guidelines. "we screen them immediately after they have the baby, we screen them in our office as specialists of women's care right when they come in for their postpartum visit." "the recommendation is absolutely a first step. it has to happen that women have the ability to talk openly and honestly and it has to happen early and often." emily is now a resource for other mothers. because she believes there are many others out there -- feeling maybe they were afraid if they that was lexi sutter reporting. emily works with the pregnancy and postpartum resource center to help others going through the same struggle. the detroit pistons had the day off yesterday, but some players didn't spend it at home on the couch. two players were in flint, michigan giving the national guard a break from
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water. anthony tolliver and reggie jackson visited fire stations throughout the city to meet with people and even purchased dinner for the national guard. dozens of nba players have contributed to the relief efforts, and the player's union is expected to announce additional support in the coming weeks. still to come this morning on sunrise...forget the selfie stick. one swiss man found his own unique way to capture some remarkable pictures of himself. break 3
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we told you when the country is angry new hampshire is usually the state that tells us first but what a message that they sent. trump and sanders shot across the bow at the political leadership of both parties. the political elites are now shaking trying to figure out how to handle what is really y political earthquake. for hillary clinton, she's got to figure out how to recover from this. the problems for her campaign in new hampshire are
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that are going to stay in new hampshire, there's a real hangover for her and it's going to be a real rough february as she goes forward. on the republican side, donald trump recovered from iowa that much we know, but who's going to be the establishment alternative? john kasich is the surprise second place winner. but, jeb bush's campaign in still alive, marco rubio is there. off to south carolina, we're going to see a three-way battle there. nothing but chaos, you'll find out more on the today show, you got to stay tuned, we'll see you then. lake wind advisory until wednesday at 11pm - expect wind gust up to 35mph wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we continue to the end of the work week. thursday and friday temperatures will struggle to reach the upper 40s and low 50s. this weekend expect the arctic blast to continue and highs to continue in the 40s. it's not uncommon for dogs to be used as therapy animals, but at a veterans home
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they do things a little differently. meet charlie the red kangaroo for about a year, charlie has served as a therapy animal at william e. christoffersen veteran's home. the red kangaroo is only about a year old but he'll soon be full grown. charlie could eventually be more than five feet tall and weigh around 125 pounds, meaning he won't be able to stay at the veterans home for much longer. the utah red cross will honor charlie next month for his service. we're all looking for ways to better our smartphone photography game. and this guy has definitely done it. check out nicolas vuignier's signature slo-motion swirl shot. the swiss skier did this with an iphone, a tether, and lots of practice. vuignier said it took him nearly two years to perfect this move. the time is now 4:-- thanks for starting your day
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right now on news 10 sunrise. surging foward. donald trump secures a convincing primary win in now he has his eyes set on voters in the palmetto state. and... meanwhile, a victory sweep on the democratic side for bernie his message to new hampshire supporters after the win. plus... cold and windy temperatures today. i'll have the latest in your first alert forecast. it's wednesday, february tenth. and news 10 sunrise starts right now. good morning. thanks for waking up with
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i'm mary king. i'm len kiese. it's five o'clock on this wednesday, february tenth. the results are in this morning from the new hampshire primary. donald trump secured just over 35 percent of votes to come in first place while john kasich secured almost 16 percent of votes to come in second place. meanwhile on the democratic side, bernie sanders soared to a victory by gaining 60 percent of votes. hillary clinton got almost 39 percent of votes in new hampshire to come in second place. we'll have more coverage on the primary coming up in just a few minutes. some of you may be waking up to a beautiful sight this morning. a light dusting of snow fell in some of our northern midlands counties last night. viewers sent in some of these photos of light snow in their yards and on porches in bethune and mcbee out in kershaw county. this morning there are no reports of any school delays or any accumulation on the roadways. von gaskin is in for tim miller this morning. she has your first alert
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cold temperatures continue wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. right now this morning... city of columbia water crews are
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repair a water main break near the 11-hundred block of st. andrews road. this is near the st. andrews commons apartments. overnight we received calls to our newsroom about residents not having any water there. right now there's no boil water advisory issued. utility crews are actively working to repair the water main break now. we'll let you know when those repairs are complete. republican candidate donald trump secured the win in the new hampshire primary
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his win, following a second place finish behind ted cruz in iowa more than a week ago, seals his position in the 2016 race. john kasich took the second place finish, while ted cruz came in third, with jeb bush, marco rubio and chris christie following. trump spoke to supporters after his win, saying america will win if he is president, and that he will be the greatest jobs president in history. "we don't win with anything, we are going to start winning again and we are going to win so much, you are going to be so happy, we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before trump also congratulated bernie sanders on his democratic victory and thanked the people of new hampshire for their support. the big surprise of the night-- ohio governor john kasich's second place finish, right behind donald trump. kasich and his wife watched the results from their hotel. kasich trailed trump by more than 10 points but was still proud of where his campaign finished. behind kasich, cruz locked up
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finish, with jeb bush and marco rubio finishing behind him in fourth and fifth place, respectively. cruz thanked new hampshire voters and said his finish is a victory for the people. he also congratulated donald trump on his victory, and kasich on his second place finish. we'll hear more on what cruz had to say coming up in our 5:30 half hour of sunrise. meanwhile, on the democratic side, vermont senator bernie sanders is the winner of the new hampshire primary. sanders has made income inequality a focus of his campaign, and that was part of his message to supporters last night. hillary clinton congratulated sanders on his victory and said she'll work harder to help make changes to better the lives of americans. clinton said she is determined to fight for every vote in every state. "what happened here in new hampshire in terms of an enthusiastic and aroused electorate --- people who came out in large numbers ---- that is what will happen all over this " the next presidential caucus for democrats is in
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the candidates will then be in here for south carolina's primary on february 27th. south carolina will become the main focus for presidential candidates today-- ahead of next week's first in the south primary. the candidates are in the palmetto state and will be speaking to supporters. here is a map showing where they'll be. the only exception is chris christie who has announced he's headed back to new jersey to re- evaluate his campaign. educating voters on immigration reform. gop leaders here in south carolina are expected to discuss immigration reform and its role in the 2016 campaign. south carolinians for responsible immigration reform will hold a panel discussion with usc college republicans tonight at six. it's happening at the russell house theater on greene street. in the alert center this morning.... china confirms their first case of the zika virus in a man who recently traveled to
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the national health and family planning commission says the 34- year-old man there had been treated in venezuela before returning home this past friday. doctors say they confirmed the patient has the zika virus on tuesday. despite the diagnosis, health authorities believe the virus is highly unlikely to spread in china due to low winter temperatures and a lack of mosquito activity. the centers for disease control has also ramped up it's response to the zika virus here in the u.s. the obama administration is also asking congress for 1-point-eight billion dollars in emergency funding for the fight the virus our michal higdon is live in the newsroom with more on what this virus means for us here in south carolina. at this point, there have been no cases reported here specifically in south carolina. but the center for disease control reports there have been 51 zika infections in the u.s. the majority of those have been travel-related. we spoke doctor helmut albrecht at usc, about what folks here in south carolina need to know. dr.
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population in the midlands of the mosquito that transmits the zika virus. two species of the aedes mosquito in particular can transmit zika -- it's the same mosquito that transmits chikungunya and dengue along with other viruses. dr. albrecht says the zika virus seems to be transmitted similarly to these other viruses -- and now we know that includes sexual transmission. he adds there is no treatment for the zika virus because, typically, people who contract it will get over it with tylenol and rest. "right now we don't have much of a problem because we're in the winter season. but we know that these mosquitoes will show up and if zika is introduced we will see cases here. how widespread that introduction will be is anybody's guess." the main concern is for pregnant women because zika is known to cause a rare birth defect. dr. albrecht adds about 80 percent of people who get zika will not
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and of the remaining 20, a majority will have a very mild flu-like illness plus a rash. one virus not many are talking about right now is the flu. coming up in the next half hour -- i'll break down how many cases we're seeing right now in south carolina and how that compares to years' past. live in the newsroom, michal higdon, wis news 10. finding ways to bring healthy, affordable foods into the homes of americans who otherwise can't afford it. representatives from the american farm bureau women's leadership committee in south carolina will deliver food, money and other necessities to ronald mcdonald house charities here in columbia. it's all a part of "food check-out week." the event finds ways to feed fafalies healthy foods on a tight budget. donations kick off at 10 a-m at the ronald mcdonald house charity on colonial drive. and tim miller's getting your day started with your first alert forecast. cold temperatures continue wednesday will be sunny to
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with highs in the lower/mid 40s. coming up on news 10 sunrise... many republican candidates will be heading to the palmetto state
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notable absence. chris christie will be in new jersey today. the sudden change of events that lead to his decision to head back home. hallie jackson good morning and this morning donald trump is
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irace after coming in the lead in new hampshire. in second place governor john kasich with a surprise finish. the question now, what happens from here? where do these candidates go as we move on to south carolina and beyond? who has the money and the organization to make it? we've got a look at all of it plus, the fallout from new hampshire's primary coming up on the today show. presidential candidates are done with new hampshire and on their way to south carolina -- except chris christie. after a sixth place finish in the granite state -- the new jersey governor announced he has some soul searching to do. will whitson explains from new hampshire. it was a rough night for new jersey governor chris christie, who's changed his plans. he's no longer going to south carolina. instead he's traveling to new jersey today. in order to get an idea of what's going to happen next with his campaign. christie addressed his followers here in nashua. very emotional and a little bit deflated as he talked about his message saying that it reached many people but
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enough. and he said it wouldn't be enough just to go to south carolina and that he needed to re-evaluate his campaign. "we'll move down the road here based on the results tonight and what's best in this order for my family, for my state and for my country. and i thank you very much ." the big winners saw bernie sanders and donald trump each taking the top prize in the race, but you also had a strong showing by john kasich who took second place and jeb bush who came in to secure 4th place. having a fairly good night, marco rubio came in 5th which happened after being hit hard in the republican debate a few nights ago. of course all of the candidates that are still in the race are coming to south carolina to campaign for the "first in the south" primary which is extremely relevant because the delegate counts are still so low. in nashua, will whitson, back to you. for more coverage on decision
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cold temperatures continue wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. the usc men's basketball team
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entered the homestretch of the regular season. after a big win saturday over texas a&m, the gamecocks are
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another win tonight, against a team featuring one of the nation's best players. the lsu tigers roll into colonial life arena tonight -- led by star freshman ben simmons. simmons is widely considered a lock for the upcoming nba draft. the gamecocks will look to keep simmons contained with solid team defense. game time is 7 o'clock, on espn2. cam newton says -- he's a sore loser. that's how the panthers mvp quarterback defended what happened following sunday's super bowl loss to the broncos. newton spoke to reporters as he was cleaning out his locker tuesday, for the first time since walking out of his post game news conference. newton defended himself amid swirling criticism, saying he doesn't live his life based on everyone else's expectations. "you know if i offended somebody, that's cool. but i know who i am and i'm not about to conform or bend for anybody's expectations. because your or anybody else's expectations will never exceed mine." newton also pointed out that for all the criticism his team faces for their celebrations, there were no panthers
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were no panthers suspended for disciplinary reasons this season. newton says no matter what criticism comes from the outside, each player on the team is accountable to each other and the panthers success this season shows that. coming up on news 10 sunrise... another major recall affecting cars equipped with takata airbags. the more than 700- thousand luxury vehicles now being recalled...amid fears that airbags can explode, sending metal pieces flying. i'm judi gatson with a wis military salute. harry h. griffin jr. of pomaria was recently promoted to gunnery sergeant in the united states marine corps. he has proudly served our country for 14 years. his sister, jennifer, says he joined the military after 9/11 so that he could do his part to protect our country and our children. every time he has deployed he's had to leave behind a son who only gets to see his dad about 3 months out of the year. jennifer says her baby brother is her hero because of the sacrifices he has
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more than 700-thousand mercedes-benz vehicles are being recalled in the u-s
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the recall affects mercedez-benz cars and suvs from the 2005 to 2014 model years, like the ones you see on your screen. the recall is due to cars being equipped with takata airbags, which can overinflate and shoot metal pieces into the passenger compartment. 10 people in the u-s have died from incidents caused by the airbags. president obama will go back to
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career began. he's expected to return to that's where he served in the state senate for nearly eight years and where he made the announcement back in 2007 that he would run for president. president obama is expected to make a call for less divisive politics in america. he will address the illinois later this afternoon. a man had to be forcibly removed from an alaska airlines flight for what's being called a "customer service issue." the disruption happened tuesday. and it was enough of a problem that the flight, which was headed from boston to san diego, had to land in denver. a passenger aboard the flight captured video of the man's detainment on their cell phone. many passengers clapped and cheered once the man was removed from the plane. the flight later continued on to its destination. the time is now 5:--. we are back with another half hour, in just a few minutes. thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise.
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jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm len kiese. i'm mary king. it's 5:30, on this wednesday, february tenth. your top stories this morning... republican donald trump celebrating a win this morning after securing his first victory in the race for republican nomination. trump is the projected winner of the new hampshire primary with 35-percent of the vote. and ohio governor, john kasich was the surprise of the night coming in 2nd place with 16-percent of votes. "the interesting thing is people wanted us to do well.
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- or that we could. and now by doing as well as we have i think it's going to have a lot of people take a seat at the table" kasich's second place finish was critical for the future of his campaign. on the democratic side, bernie sanders secured a convicing win in new hampshire over challenger hillary clinton. last week in iowa, clinton barely edged sanders out by a razor-thin margin. but in new hampshire -- no comparison. sanders takes 60-percent of votes. clinton 38-percent. ahead we'll hear more from clinton's plans to gain more votes as campaigns move into south carolina. and a light dusting of snow fell in some of our northern midlands counties last night-- which you might see this morning. viewers sent in some of these photos of light snow in their yards and on porches in bethune and mcbee out in kershaw county. this morning there are no reports of any school delays or any accumulation on the roadways. von gaskin is in for tim miller this morning. she has a look at your first
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cold temperatures continue wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s.
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it was a major victory for democratic candidate bernie sanders as he secured a win in new hampshire over his rival, sanders spoke to supporters last night, saying that his victory shows the political and economic establishment of the u-s that people will no longer accept what he calls a corrupt campaign finance system or a rigged economy.
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addressed a crowd of supporters in new hampshire after her loss to sanders. she was joined on stage by her husband, former president bill clinton and her daughter, chelsea. clinton congratulated sanders on his win in new hampshire and said she'll work harder than any other candidate to better the lives of americans. clinton said she's determined to fight for every vote in every state. "now we take this campaign to the entire country. we are going to fight for every vote in every state. we're gonna fight for real solution that make a real difference in people's lives." clinton also said she will work to win the votes of younger americans. on the republican side, donald trump is making headlines after securing a first place finish in the primary. according to an nbc news exit poll, trump won nearly every voting block in new hampshire. ohio governor john kasich finished in second place behind trump. trump congratulated sanders on his democratic win and thanked the people of new hampshire for their support. he also said he'll be the
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even though ted cruz won the iowa republican caucus, he fell short in the new hampshire primary last night. cruz finished in third place, behind john kasich. cruz congratulated donald trump and kasich on their first and second place finishes. he also said his momentum has put the washington cartel on the run. pundits and the media said should not be done. and what the washington establishment desperately hoped would not be done." after heading to myrtle beach today, cruz will return to washington to cast his senate vote on north korea sanctions. north korea sanctions. south carolina will become the main focus for presidential candidates today-- ahead of next week's first in the south primary. the candidates are in the palmetto state and will speak to supporters. here is a map showing where they will be. the only exception is chris christie who has announced he's headed back to new jersey to re-
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be sure to head over to our website at wis tv dot com for more decision 2016 coverage. breaking in the wis alert center this morning... south korea says it is suspending operations at a joint industrial park with north korea in response to their recent rocket launch. this is the first time in the parks decade of operations that seoul has halted work there. the move comes after north korea launched a long-range rocket considered by other countries to be a banned missile technology test. south korea said at a news conference this morning - they would stop the north from using hard currency earned at the plant to develop nuclear and missle technology. we are in the midst of the winter season here in south carolina. it's also a time when doctors say they see an increase in patients coming down with the flu. the good news -- so far this season is stacking up
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compared to what we saw last year. the latest data from the south carolina department of health and environmental control shows there were 500 laboratory-confirmed cases for the week ending january 30th of this year. that's compared to the more than 3-thousand cases we saw this same week last year. i went through the flu records dhec has from over the past five years. you can see by the numbers on your screen, last flu season was the worst we've seen in a while with more than three thousand hospitalizations and 156 deaths. i spoke with doctor teresa foo, with dhec and she says last year, the flu vaccine wasn't the best match to the strains we were seeing -- which could be the difference compared to this year. "so the good news this year is that the flu vaccine is actually a good match for what we're seeing right now in terms of the strains of virus. there's influenza a and influenza b. the vaccine is actually a good
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so hopefully all of those people who got vaccinated -- maybe the reason that our flu season isn't as bad is that more people got vaccinated." doctor foo says if you think you have the flu and don't go to the doctor, stay at home because it can be very contagious. peak flu season is usually in january or february -- but this season has been mild so far. doctors hope it stays that way. live in the newsroom, michal higdon, wis news 10. dhec board leaders will be meeting today to re- appoint director catherine heigel. heigel was confirmed as director last may. she was president of duke energy's south carolina operations and served on the state's chapter of the nature conservancy. the dhec board will make the re-appointment by teleconference this afternoon at 1:30. wis has partnered with b106.7 and the palmetto health children's hospital for 2016's radiothon. we first told you this story yesterday on sunrise. radiothon is still raising money today so the children's hospital can build a
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children in the hospital. the equipment needed will be handicapped accessible, for children who have iv's, and those with processing disorders. palmetto health is asking that you open your heart and donate to a good cause. "our playroom is awesome and our child-life people are awesome! this just provides another experience for them while they're here so they can be active and they can be outside. i would just plead with everybody to dig deep and give." you can donate until 7 o'clock tonight. the number to call to donate is 803-434-3000 or toll free at 866-434-b106. coming up on news 10 sunrise... chaos erupts in india after a leopard was discovered on one
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incredible video from the attack after some were injured while
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cold temperatures continuedelinquencies in car payments. the percentage of auto loans to buyers with the poorest credit ratings is growing faster than the rest of the auto finance market. experian automotive says about 21 percent of open auto loans are held by those with subprime and deep subprime credit ratings. they also found an increase in auto loans at least 60 days delinquent. target is taking a new approach to kids' bedding and home goods. it's introducing a gender-neutral kids line called "pillowfort" consisting of 12 themes that kids can mix and match and update over time. it comes months after the retail chain announced it would be moving away from gender-based signage on displays in its toy, bedding and entertainment departments. "pillowfort" will arrive at target on february 21st. sports authority could be days away from a bankruptcy filing. the sporting goods store missed a 20 million dollar debt payment a month ago. the company says it has been in negotiations with
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store may have to million dollars a year to have its name on the stadium that is home to the denver broncos. cold temperatures continue wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. a florida sheriff's k9 wounded in the line of duty last year was awarded a purple heart and the medal of valor. officer "endo" has recovered from being shot last november and was honored for his work protecting his handler
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wounded in the line of duty last year was awarded a purple heart and the medal of valor. officer "endo" has recovered from being shot last november and was honored for his work protecting his handler and other deputies. endo was shot in the neck while tracking a florida man, who shot and wounded his live in girlfriend during a domestic disturbance. a leopard was spotted strolling on the grounds of a school in southern india-- and it caused quite a bit of chaos.
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cameras over the weekend before it was caught. capturing it took time and effort... and there were injuries. footage shot at the school shows the big cat attacking a man near a swimming pool. reports say that forest officials and area police launched an operation to catch the leopard, and at least four people were hurt in the process. the leopard was tranquilized and brought under control in the evening. the last time a leopard was seen in the area was in 2012. we've got plenty more of today's top headlines coming up on sunrise.
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together,
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and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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south carolina department of transportation director christy hall wants lawmakers to know they could have to pay more than expected-- if they don't start putting money into repairing roads soon. hall spoke to the senate finance committee on tuesday. panel chairman hugh leatherman says he wants senators to have as much information as possible before discussion begins on the senate floor about getting more money to the state's highways. that decision put a delay on the roads debate reaching the senate floor. the director of south carolina's department of public safety could stick around for another four years. has voted unanimously to advance leroy smith's confirmation. smith took command in november of 2011 of the agency that oversees the highway
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protective services. the senate is expected next week to confirm a second term for smith. a special silver dollar in prague is touring museums and coin collectors of all ages. it's the 1794 "flowing hair" silver dollar. the first-ever dollar coin ever struck by the u-s mint, and is now the most expensive coin in the world. the last time the coin was actually sold was in january 2013 when it fetched over 10-million dollars. the four-day exhibition event is underway this week in prague's national museum. thousands of people wrapped up mardi gras yesterday at the final parade in downtown new orleans. despite the cold weather, people lined up throughout the big easy to grab a set of mardi gras beads. and over in denver... hundreds of thousands of people honored the super bowl champions with a victory parade. it's the first super bowl win for the denver broncos since they won back to back titles in 1998 and 1999. a summer-like sizzle has scorched southern california, leaving people wondering-- where did winter go? temperatures have been 20
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normal for this time of year. some areas topped out at 90 degrees, with plenty of sunshine. happy birthday to everyone celebrating today!! send your birthday club pictures to: birthdayboard@wistv.com and specify the date in subject line.
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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. ...when too many encounters 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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many christians around the world begin observances of lent today. ash wednesday launches the 40 day lent period that in the western church lasts until midnight on easter sunday. during that time, many believers will give up something, such as their favorite food. it's done in remembrance of jesus' fasting in the wilderness. lent observances date back to the fourth century. the supreme court has temporarily blocked the obama administration's plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. under the e-p-a's clean power plan, states would be required to meet specific carbon emission reduction standards based on their energy consumption.
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filed a federal lawsuit to challenge the clean power plan. the fbi says they still haven't been able to access the contents of one of the cell phones used by the san bernardino shooters two months ago. fbi director james comey says the cell phones are locked without an option to override-- even in the case of a terror investigation. syed farook and tashfeen malik killed 14 people december second before being killed in a shootout with police. the royal caribbean cruise ship that has been tossed around the sea is scheduled to return to port this evening. passengers aboard the cruise line's "anthem of the seas" took these pictures showing damage on board the ship after a storm hit on sunday. they reported massive winds and waves as high as 30 feet. more than 45-hundred passengers and 16- hundred crew members will return to cape liberty, new jersey tonight around 9. cold temperatures continue wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, breezy
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the time is now . thanks for starting your day
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right now on news 10 sunrise. donald trump flexes his muscles in a convincing primary win in new hampshire. now he has his eyes set on voters in the palmetto state. and... bernie sanders cranks up the hillary clinton with a dominating win. his message to supporters after his big night.. plus... cold and windy temperatures today. i'll have the latest in your first alert forecast. good morning. thanks for waking up with i'm mary king. i'm len kiese.
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news happening now... this is a live look at interstate 26 west bound where we've gotten reports of a tractor trailer involved in a crash near mile marker 110. we've received reports that one of those tractor trailers lost part of it's load spilling debris in the roadway. you can see part of that tractor trailer in this live picture. traffic is still moving in that area, but be advised you could encounter some slowdowns. we have calls into the highway patrol to learn more. the results are in this morning from the new hampshire primary. donald trump got his first win, with just over 35 percent of second place. meanwhile bernie sanders -- wont the democratic vote with 60 percent support. hillary clinton finished behind him with just less
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we'll hear from the candidates in a few minutes, with many of them now shifting their focus squarely to south carolina. some of you may be waking up with a thin layer of snow on the gorund this morning. a light dusting fell in some of our northern midlands counties last night. these are some photos sent to us by our viewers in bethune and mcbee out in kershaw county. this morning there are no it's another cold morning -- and it feels even colder with the wind howling! von gaskin in for tim miller for a look at today's forecast. lake wind advisory until wednesday at 11pm - expect wind gust up to 35mph wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we continue to the end of the work 40s and low 50s. this weekend expect the arctic
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right now -- city of columbia water crews are working to repair a water main break near the 11- hundred block of st. andrews road. this is near the st. andrews commons apartments.
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about residents not having any water there. columbia water has not told us that there's a boil advisory in that area at this point. we'll let you know when those repairs are complete. republican candidate donald trump secured the win in the new hampshire primary last night. his win, following a second place finish behind ted cruz in iowa more than a week ago, seals his position in the 2016 race. john kasich took second, followed by ted cruz, jeb bush, marco rubio and chris christie. trump spoke to supporters after his win, saying america will win if he is president, and that he will be the greatest jobs president in history. "we don't win with anything, we are going to start winning again and we are going to win so much, you are going to be so happy, we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before trump also congratulated bernie sanders on his democratic victory and thanked the people of new hampshire for their support.
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was ohio governor john kasich's second place finish, after he proud of where his campaign finished. we're hear more from kasich ahead in our next half hour. iowa caucus winner, ted cruz, lost some momentum with a third place finish in new hampshire. he picked up 12-percent of votes tying with jeb bush who came in 4th place. both campaigns are ensuring they will head to the next nominating states of south carolina and nevada. the south carolina primary is up next for the republicans -- and many are starting their push today. here's a look at where they're heading around the state. marco rubio will be in columbia today for a rally at the convention center at 3. the only exception is chris christie -- who announced after his 6th place finish that he's heading back to new jersey to re-evaluate his campaign. on the democratic side -- vermont senator bernie sanders made a big statement by winning new hampshire. hillary clinton congratulated sanders on his victory and said she'll work harder to help make changes to better the lives of
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inequality a focus of his campaign, and that was part of his message to supporters last night. sanders also predicted more wins "what happened here in new hampshire in terms of an enthusiastic and aroused electorate --- people who came out in large numbers ---- that is what will happen all over this country! " the next presidential caucus for democrats is in nevada on february 20th. the candidates will then be in here for south carolina's primary on february 27th. coming up in 10 minutes we'll speak with usc's dean of college of information and communication charles bierbauer for insite on how last night's outcome will impact our primary. new in the alert center this morning... the number of job openings in the united states is nearing a record high. the labor department says there were five-point-six
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that's just shy of the all- time record -- set in july of last year. officials say the downside is that many u.s workers don't have the skills to fill those jobs. many require vocational training -- such as truck drivers, electricians or plumbers. experts also say some employers simply ask for too much... such as demanding a college degree for entry-level positions. the centers for disease control has also ramped up it's response to the zika virus here in the u.s. the obama administration is also asking congress for 1-point-eight billion dollars in emergency funding for the fight the virus our michal higdon is live in the newsroom with more on what this virus means for us here in south carolina. at this point, there have been here specifically in south carolina. but the center for disease control reports there have been 51 zika infections in the u.s. the majority of those have been travel-related. we spoke doctor helmut albrecht at usc, about what folks here in south dr.
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population in the midlands of the mosquito that transmits the zika virus. two species of the aedes mosquito in particular can transmit zika -- it's the same mosquito that transmits chikungunya and dengue along with other viruses. dr. albrecht says the zika virus seems to be transmitted similarly to these other viruses -- and now we know that includes sexual transmission. he adds there is no treatment for the zika virus because, typically, people who contract it will get over it with tylenol and rest. "right now we don't have much of a problem because we're in the winter season. but we know that these mosquitoes will show up and if zika is introduced we will see cases here. how widespread that introduction will be is anybody's guess." the main concern is for pregnant women because zika is known to cause a rare birth defect. dr. albrecht adds about 80 percent of people who get zika will not notice they have it at all. and of the remaining 20, a
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mild flu-like illness plus a rash. one virus not many are talking about right now is the flu. coming up in the next half hour -- i'll break down how many cases we're seeing right now in south carolina and how that compares to years' past. live in the newsroom, michal higdon, wis news 10. south carolina has given a big blow to the obama administration's energy policy. state attorney general alan wilson filed suit tuesday against the federal government for the second time over an unfinished project near aiken, that would convert nuclear weapons components into reactor fuel. the suit seeks daily fines of 1 million dollars for missing the january 1st deadline. the usc men's basketball team has entered the homestretch of the regular season. after a big win saturday over texas a&m, the gamecocks are looking for another win tonight, against a team featuring one of the nation's best players. the lsu tigers roll into colonial life arena
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ben simmons. simmons is widely considered a lock for the upcoming nba draft. the gamecocks will look to keep simmons contained with solid team defense. game time is 7 o'clock, on espn2. and -- expected in your first alert forecast today. here's von gaskin. lake wind advisory until wednesday at 11pm - expect wind gust up to 35mph wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we continue to the end of the work week. thursday and friday temperatures will struggle to reach the upper 40s and low 50s. this weekend expect the arctic blast to continue and highs to continue in the 40s. up next on sunrise -- cam newton opens up about sunday's super bowl loss. how he responded to heavy criticism after walking out of newton opens up about sunday's super bowl loss. how he responded to heavy
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walking out of his post game news conference. bernie sanders is looking to
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indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today. america runs on dunkin'. from last night's big win in new hampshire into nevada and then south carolina. here's a look at those results again -- which show win over hillary clinton by more than 20 percent. sanders did particularly well among women voters. here's a look at those numbers from nbc
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group. hillary clinton had her biggest advantage over sanders for women voters 65 years and older. after a very tight race in iowa and now a sweeping victory for sanders in new hampshire...many are asking how this sets up the democratic race in south carolina. we bring in former political correspondent and dean of usc's college of information and communication charles bierbauer. in iowa hillary clinton finishes with 49.9 percent and sanders 46.6 percent last night....sanders takes 60 percent and clinton takes 38.4 percent. what does this race look like here? clinton received some key endorsements in south carolina yesterday from hollywood stars to general assembly members what does that play? we have to wait two more weeks for the democratic primary...what is nevada's role
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new video of dramatic rescue operations by the italian coast guard who say 68 migrants believed to be of syrian origin were rescued at sea. officials say the operation in greece to rescue the migrants from the rocks was extremely complex due to poor visibility and the difficulties of reaching the migrants. rescue divers can be seen approaching the migrants and climbing up the cliffs to reach them. the international organization for migration said it estimates over 76- thousand migrants and refugees have arrived in europe by sea through the first six weeks of 2016. lake wind advisory until wednesday at 11pm - expect wind gust up to 35mph wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we 40s and low 50s. today's picture the weather is from mary martin, hammond school send us your weather pictures to
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columbia, sc 29202. cam newton says -- he's a sore loser. that's how the panthers mvp quarterback defended what super bowl loss to the broncos. newton spoke to reporters as he was cleaning out his locker tuesday, for the first time since walking out of his post game news conference. newton defended himself amid
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based on everyone else's somebody, that's cool. but i know who i am and i'm not out to conform or bend for anybody's expectations. because your or anybody else's expectations will never exceed mine." newton also pointed out that for all the criticism his team faces for their celebrations, there were no panthers suspended for disciplinary reasons this season. newton says no matter what criticism comes from the outside, each player on the team is accountable to each other and the panthers success this season shows that. up next on sunrise -- a look at your wednesday headlines. thanks for starting your morning with news 10 sunrise. lake wind advisory until
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she spent a lifetime making a difference for people. winning healthcare for 8 million children. benefits for families of reservists and the national guard. standing strong around the world for human rights and women's rights. hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the job done... for us. i'm hillary clinton
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expect wind gust up to 35mph wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected d we 40s and low 50s. mother nature has been turning up the heat on the west coast. temperatures in the region soared into the 80s and 90s on tuesday. downtown los angeles topped out at 89 degrees, beating the old february 9th record by 4 degrees. temperatures were broke in a number of other cities, including seattle. today -- president obama will take a trip down memory lane and return to where his political career
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he'll address the state legislature in springfield, illinois, on the nine year anniversary of when he announced his intent to run for president. president obama served as an illinois state senator from 1997 to 2004. during today's trip, the president is expected to urge the nation to move beyond the partisan divide that has marked his time in the oval office -- while also acknowledging his share of responsibility for the gridlock in washington. the city of ferguson, missouri appears to be headed towards a legal battle with the federal government. the justice department says it will take legal action after city officials voted to amend an agreement with the doj to reform ferguson police and municipal courts. the tentative agreement was reached last month after the department found ferguson police were discriminating against black citizens. some of the amendments are intended to limit costs. the d-o-j investigated ferguson police after the deadly shooting of michael brown in 20- 14. rescue efforts continue in taiwan, where an earthquake caused an apartment to collapse saturday morning. 39 people have been confirmed
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tuesday afternoon. more than 100 people are believed to still be trapped in the debris. prosecutors investigating the collapse have approved the detention of three construction negligence. the time is now 6:--. thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise. we are back with another half good morning. thanks for waking up with
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i'm mary king. it's 6:30. your top stories this morning... republican donald trump celebrating a win this morning after securing his first victory in the race for republican nomination. trump is the projected winner of the new hampshire primary with 35-percent of the vote. and ohio governor, john kasich was the surprise of the night coming in 2nd place with 16-percent of votes. "the interesting thing is people wanted us to do well. they just weren't sure we would - or that we could. and now by doing as well as we have i think it's going to have a lot of people take a seat at the table" kasich's second place finish was critical for his campaign moving forward. on the democratic side, bernie sanders is cranking up the pressure on hillary clinton.
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dominated in new hampshire. sanders takes 60-percent of votes. clinton 38-percent. ahead we'll hear more on clinton's plans to gain more votes as campaigns move into south carolina. an update now on that water main break on st. andrews road in columbia. a boil water advisory has now been issued for homes and businesses on st. andrews road from lawrence street to broad river road. this includes the st. andrews commons apartment complex where some have lost water service there. you are asked to boil your water until further notice. there will also be traffic delays in the east bound lane of st andrews road while repairs are complete and when that advisory has been lifted. let's get a check of your forecast with von gaskin. lake wind advisory until wednesday at 11pm -
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wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we continue to the end of the work week. thursday and friday temperatures will struggle to reach the upper 40s and low 50s. this weekend expect the arctic blast to continue and highs to continue in the 40s. first alert traffic report
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vermont senator bernie sanders spoke to his supports, thanking them for a strong showing in new hampshire, and predicting more wins as he continues along the campaign trail.. sanders said his victory shows the political and economic establishment of the united states that people will no longer accept what he calls a corrupt campaign finance system or a rigged economy. hillary clinton addressed her own supporters last night. she was joined on stage by her husband, former president bill clinton and her daughter, chelsea. clinton congratulated sanders on his win -- but says she's determined to fight for more votes moving forward. "now we take this campaign to the entire country. we are going to fight for every vote in every state. we're gonna fight for real solution that make a real difference in people's lives." clinton also said she will work
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younger americans. on the republican side, donald trump is making headlines after a landslide viviory. according to an nbc news exit poll, trump won nearly every voting block in new hampshire. trump congratulated sanders on his democratic win and thanked the people of new hampshire for their support. he also said he'll be the greatest jobs president in history. the man whose gone back and forth numerous times with trump on the campaign trail, ted cruz, followed up a win in iowa with a 3rd place finish in new hampshire. cruz congratulated donald trump on his win. he's also released a new campaign ad attacking trump will will air in south carolina. be sure to head over to our website at wis tv dot com for more decision 2016 coverage. in the wis alert center this morning... south korea says it is suspending operations at a joint industrial park with north korea in retaliation to a recent rocket launch and nuclear test. this is the first time in the parks decade of operations that seoul has halted
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launched a long- range rocket considered by other countries to be a banned missile technology test. the announcement was made just as japan announced new sanctions against north korea this morning. the u.s senate is also expected to vote on hitting north korea with tougher sanctions later today. we are in the midst of the winter season here in south carolina. it's also a time when doctors say they see an increase in patients coming down with the flu. our michal higdon did some digging on how this flu season is comparing to years past. the good news -- so far this season is stacking up to be pretty mild -- especially what we saw last year. the latest data from the south of health and environmental control shows there were 500 laboratory-confirmed cases for the week ending january 30th of this year. that's compared to the more than 3-thousand cases we saw this same week last year. i went through the flu records
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you can see by the numbers on your screen, last flu season was the worst we've seen in a while with more than three thousand hospitalizations and 156 deaths. i spoke with doctor teresa foo, with dhec and she says last year, the flu vaccine wasn't the best match to the strains we were seeing -- which could be the difference compared to this year. "so the good news this year is that the flu vaccine is actually a good match for what we're seeing right now in terms of the strains of virus. a and influenza b. the vaccine is actually a good match this year. so hopefully all of those people who got vaccinated -- maybe the reason that our flu season isn't as bad is that more people got vaccinated." if you get the flu those symptoms will include fever, cough, sore throat and muscle aches. doctor foo says if you think you have the flu and don't go to the doctor, stay at home because it can be very contagious. peak flu season is usually in january or february --
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far. doctors hope it stays that way. live in the newsroom, michal higdon, wis news 10. dhec board leaders will be meeting today to re- appoint director catherine heigel. heigel was confirmed as director last may. she was president of duke energy's south carolina operations and served on the state's chapter of the nature conservancy. the dhec board will make the re-appointment by teleconference this afternoon at 1:30. wis has partnered with b106.7 and the palmetto health children's hospitit for 2016's radiothon. we first told you this story yesterday on sunrise. radiothon is still raising money today so the children's hospital can build a playground for children in the hospital. the equipment needed will be handicapped accessible, for children who have iv's, and those with processing disorders. palmetto health is asking that you open your heart and donate to a good cause. "our playroom is awesome and our child-life people are awesome! this just provides another experience for them while
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active and they can be outside. i would just plead with everybody to dig deep and give." you can donate until 7 o'clock tonight. the number to call to donate is 803-434-3000 or toll free at 866-434-b106. up next on sunrise -- we continue our coverage of decision 2016. last half hour -- we took a look at how the new hampshire primaries could shape democratic primary in south carolina. coming up -- we shine the light
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35mph wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and breezy with highs in the lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we continue to the end of the work week. thursday and friday temperatures will struggle to reach the upper south carolina will become the main focus for the republican presidential
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today-- ahead of next week's first in the south primary. just about all of the top polling candidates will be in the state today. one exception is chris christie who says he's reassessing his campaign in new jersey. we'll hear what he told his supports last night in a few minutes. but right now -- we're taking harder look at what the interesting twists and turns last night could mean for south carolina's primary. this morning we bring in former political correspondent and dean of usc's college of information and communication charles bierbauer. we're looking at the iowa finish...cruz took first there with 27.6% of voters, donald trump took second 24.3% and rubio right behind him with 23.1%... carson 9.3% and paul 4.5% in new hampshire...we see trump move up to first
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the major surprise john kasich finishing with 15.9 percent...cruz coming in 3rd and bush and rubio coming in 4th and 5th respectively. what is this shaping up to be in south carolina? cnn reporting that since 1968 the eventual gop nominee has won either iowa or new hampshire or both. is there anyone in this pack that could possibly change that statistic? and while many of the republican
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headed to the palmetto state today, one will be
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new jersey governor chris christie finished sixth in the new hampshire primary and will be in new jersey today as he plans to re- evaluate his campaign. "we'll move down the road here based on the results tonight and what's best in this order for my family, for my state and for my country. and i thank you very much ." christie said he's expected to determine this afternoon whether he stands in the 2016 race. a major recall in the alert
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daimler and mercedes benz are now recalling 840-thousand vehicles in the u.s for takata air bags inflators that could be defective. honda, ford, nissan and toyota
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forced to issue recalls for those same defective airbags, which can explode violently without warning. they have caused at least ten deaths worldwide including nine in the u.s. daimler and mercedes says the recall is a precautionary measure. a man had to be forcibly removed from an alaska airlines flight in what alaska's officials are calling a "customer service issue." the disruption happened tuesday-- and it was enough of a problem that the flight, which took off from boston and was headed to san diego- had to land in denver. a passenger aboard the flight captured video of the man's detainment on their cell phone. many passengers clapped and cheered once the man was removed from the plane. the flight later continued on to san diego. the supreme court has temporarily blocked the obama administration's plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. under the e-p-a's clean power plan, states would be required to meet specific carbon emission reduction standards based on their energy consumption. more than two dozen states have filed a federal lawsuit to
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south carolina department of transportation director christy hall wants lawmakers to know they could have to pay more than expected-- if they don't start putting money into repairing roads soon. says he wants senators to have as much information as possible before discussion begins on the senate floor about getting more money to the state's highways. that decision put a delay on the roads debate reaching the senate floor. the director of south carolina's department of public safety could stick around for another four years. the senate judiciary committee has voted unanimously to advance leroy smith's confirmation. smith took command in november of 2011 of the agency that oversees the highway patrol, transport police, and the bureau of protective services. the senate is expected next week to confirm a second term for smith. the time is now . coming up, we'll have one final check of your traffic and weather. plus the headlines of the day. thanks for starting your day
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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top stories this morning... a boil water advisory has been issued for homes and businesses on st.
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to broad river road. this includes the st. andrews commons apartment complex where some have lost water service there. you are asked to boil your water until further notice. there will also be traffic delays in the east bound lane of st andrews road while crews work to repair that water main break this morning. we will let you know when those repairs are complete and when that advisory has been lifted. an accident involving 2 tractor trailers on interstate 26 west near mile marker 110 in west columbia has now been cleaned up. this is video of one of those 18-wheelers being moved away from the scene. there are reports one of the vehicles hit part of a bridge and lost some of it's load in the roadway. we have calls into highway patrol to learn more, but at this point you shouldnt enounter anymore delays. republican donald trump celebrating a win this morning after securing his first victory in the race for publican nomination. trump is the projected winner of the new hampshire primary with 35-percent of the vote. and ohio governor, john kasich was the surprise of the night coming in 2nd place with 16-percent of
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on the democratic side, bernie sanders is cranking up the pressure on hillary clinton. after clinton edged out sanders in iowa, sanders dominated in new hampshire. sanders takes 60-percent of votes. clinton 38-percent. ahead we'll hear more on clinton's plans to gain more votes as campaigns move into south carolina. educating voters on immigration reform. gop leaders here in south carolina are expected to discuss immigration reform and its role in the 2016 campaign. south carolinians for responsible immigration reform will hold a panel discussion with usc college republicans tonight at six. it's happening at the russell house theater on greene street. and a light dusting of snow fell in some of our northern midlands counties last night-- which you might see thisisorning. viewers sent in some of these photos of light snow in their yards and on porches in bethune and mcbee out in kershaw county. this morning there are no reports of any school delays or any accumulation on the roadways. lake wind advisory until wednesday at 11pm - expect wind gust up to 35mph wednesday will be sunny to partly cloudy, and
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lower/mid 40s. dry weather is expected as we continue to the end of the work this weekend expect the arctic blast to continue and highs to continue in the 40s. thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise.
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