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they are searching for any suspects. sled and the lexington county coroner's office are also investigating. our michal higdon is following this investigation and will have a live report ahead on sunrise at 5am. our other top story this morning -- a slight chance we could see some wintry weather in the midlands this morning. tim miller is in the first alert storm center with your wake up weather. the forecast looks to continue to be on target from my thoughts last night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by showers.
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will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered thunderstorms ahahd of the cold front tomorrow morning, then clearing skies by late afternoon. much warmer by late week with highs in the upper 60s to near 70 while road travel is not expected to be a major issue this morning, s-c- dot has treated some major routes in our northern midlands night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lastiti until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield
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major routes in our northern midlands counties as a precaution. that includes i-77 running through fairfield county and parts of newberry county. dot crews put a brine s sution down sunday in the event any frozen precipitation falls. state officials say local highways in those counties have also been pre-treated along with bridges and routes that run close to hospitals. much of the eastern half of the nation braved some very cold conditions over the weekend. there were record low temperatures in the northeast and a snow storm that blanketed parts of the midwest. dan scheneman has more. it was a snowy valentine's day in indiana. weather was the cause of a huge pile-up that
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highway near indianapolis.....at least ten people were taken to hospitals with injuries. "we know that a squall came through here and the visibility was almost zero and it just turned icy very quickly it is what it is we deal with this but in 32 years this is one of the worst crashes that i've ever seen." it was the coldest valentine's day on record in the northeast. the frigid temperatures caused problems for firefighters in new jersey. "they lost water in the beginning kind of delayed operations due to one of the lines freezing.....that's typical when you have this kind of weather." in new york......the icy air almost scared off a tourist from london. "we got off the plane yesterday and we nearly ran back into the airport i've never known cold like that ever." the temperature kept many people at home in philadelphia....but not everyone.....some hearty revelers turned out for a chinese new year celebration....one woman didn't think it
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"i'm not actually that cold...i lived in chicago for a while so this is cool." as temperatures are expected to dip here in the midlands we want to remind you to be careful when heating your home. space heaters, fireplaces or wood and coal stoves can be fire hazards. to prevent a fire, place space heaters at least three feet away from anything combustible, including wallpaper and bedding. make sure smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are working properly. and never use your oven to heat your home. a kershaw county man will be in bond court this week after deputies say he shot and killed a suspected thief. 49-year-old jimmy methe has been charged with voluntary manslaughter for the shooting death of a teenaged boy. early saturday morning, deputies were called to methe's home in camden. methe reportedly told deputies he caught the teen and another person stealing from his truck...so he shot one of them as they tried to run away. 17-year-old brandon spencer of camden was
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high school. the other person involved has not been identified. candidates are continuing to make their presence known here in the palmetto state ahead of this weekend's republican primary. donald trump has planned stops in the lowcountry and the upstate today. ted cruz will be in aiken, camden and florence. marco rubio will have stops in florence, rock hill and lexington. ben carson will be in lancaster county. and candidate jeb bush will be joined by his brother, former president george w. bush in charleston. we'll have more on those campaign stops ahead on sunrise. celebrities have been coming through south carolina campaigning for presidential candidates. on saturday, actor jason george stopped by -- supporting hillary clinton. he told our meaghan norman he feels clinton has the most experience and can effect change. but regardless of your choice at the polls, george says voters need to stay engaged in the political process. "to give up your voice, is basically to let other people steamroll you. if you don't take part then you can't complain when the world is not what you want it to be. some things happen, other things
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you'll be able to see meaghan's ll interview with jason george on awareness at a later date. making national headlines this morning... officials in texas say supreme court justice antonin scalia died of natural causes. the 79-year-old was found unresponsive saturday at a resort in west texas. officials determined he died from a heart attack... and say an autopsy will not be performed. a private plane carrying scalia's body left texas last night for virginia, where scalia will be buried. a bitter battle is brewing over when to replace the leading conservative on america's most powerful court. president obama says he intends to nominate a successor for justice scalia. but as cnn's ryan nobles explains -- republicans are already putting up roadblocks. "a moment of silence for justice scalia." it did not take long for the death of supreme court justice antinon scalia to get political in the republican presidential primary
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"i think it is up to mitch mcconnell and everybody else to stop it. it's called delay, delay delay." one by one the g-o-p candidates-- payed homage to the conservative lion-- and predicted that any obama nominee to replace him would be unsuccessful. "there is no doubt in my mind that barack obama will not have a consensus pick when he submits that person to the senate." but president obama is pushing forward... promising to nominate someone quickly and warning senate republicans to not play politics with the court. "there will be plenty of time for mine for me to do so and plenty of time for the senate to fulfill its responsibility to give that person a fair hearing and timely vote. these are responsibilities that
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seriously as should everyone." senate majority leader mitch mcconnell called on the president to wait... and leave the decision in the "hands of the voters" and the winner of the race for the white house. rank and file republicans like linsdey graham said any obama nominee will have a rough time being confirmed. "the practical consequence is that no one will be appointed that is not a consensus choice," and as the president and senate leaders squabble it will be against the backdrop of an increasingly divisive presidential election. "elections have consequences." hillary clinton rushed to support obama's right to pick republicans in the senate and on the campaign trail have already pledged to blblk any replacement that
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constitutionalists to the court. with the future of the supreme court --- and the white house---- in the balance. that was ryan nobles reporting. we'll have much more on justice scalia's death ahead this morning on sunrise. months after being heavily damaged by the historic floods a small lexington church has reopened its doors. 'watershed fellowship' has a congregation of 120 people. the church held services at the old mill off east main street. last october,high waters breached the dam behind the mill taking out buildings in its path. the church suffered thousands of dollars in damages and had no flood insurance. 5 months later -- volunteers have finished the repairs. "i tell ya during the days of all the volunteers restaurants sent food out.people came and kids came from school. it was just true community..a lot of laughter.of joy in the midst of doing hard work..messy stuff." the fellowship will host a festival to officially celebrate its reopening on sunday -- march 6th. coming up...the gamecock women's
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big conference challenge tonight when they travel to knoxville to face the lady vols. plus...things were bleak for frank martin and his squad over the weekend in a blowout loss to kentucky. joe gorchow has the highlights and post-game reaction in the monday sportswrap. break 1 eyes on the lady vols...
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usc women's hoops clinches at least a share of the sec title for the third straight season... with a win monday at tennessee. i would imagine it would feel great to accomplish that... against the former conference power. usc... seems to be running the show now in the sec. carolina's quest to maintain its dominance in the league requires tremendous focus. the second ranked gamecocks won't discuss what a win in knoxville means for the team.
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it's all about playingg staley: "history says we haven't done well playing in knoxville. our team has done a great job at being the top team in this conference. we're going to go in pretty confident that if we play our style of play. hopefully that will give us the edge in getting us the win." sessions: "they haven't been playing so well, but they are a really good basketball team. very well coached. got great talent. great players. they play hard. we just got to make sure come out on monday for 40 minutes and play hard with them." as the usc womeme close in on another conference crown... the men dropped back in the race for first place in the sec. the wildcats thrashed the gamecocks in columbia saturday 89- to-62. with the loss... usc's a game back of kentucky
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carolina felt the meltdown against the wildcats... started before big blue stepped on the floor. the team said poor preparation prior to tip-off contributed to the rough defeat. so did kentucky's ability to control all phases of the game. martin: "any time the ball was there for somewhere to get they got. they just kicked our tails. we couldn't get a defensive rebound. they had a presence in the paint. we didn't." duane notice: "they did a good job of dribble penetrating and driving us and getting open shots from there. with their point guard dominating night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains
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lancaster and chesterfield counties until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered thunderstorms ahead of the cold front tomorrow morning, then clearing skies by late afternoon. much warmer by late week with highs in the upper 60s to near 70 break 2 night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light
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morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s0sy late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered thunderstorms ahead of the cold front tomorrow morning, then clearing skies by late afternoon. much warmer by late week with highs in the upper 60s to near 70
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a group of muslims in fort mill
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r conversation about who muslims are as people. sarah blake was there and has more.
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a foreign sound to some... that is simply asking for acceptance "there are people around this mosque who are not muslims, we want people to feel secure and safe from us" the point of saturday's 'meet your muslim neighbor' event was to just that... stopping the sterotypes they say are sweeping through our nation "islamophobia is on the rise, unfortuately, we don't want that to be the case. we love this country and we wish good for this country" food and conversation brought the two worlds together today... worlds mother of four kriss carlstrom says aren't that different "it's just like i would be going out to tea with my friends or out with my coworkers, we talk about our friends, our families" "if you don't know something, you will be fearful of it, so we want to
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factor doesn't exist anymore" terror attacks carried out in the name of islam have fueled ideas and efforts s ban muslims coming into the us... that alone has sent shockwaves this community "we left our home countries to call this as home and to hear or to think of such a thing disheartening" "you can't play on people's fears and ignorance which is what politicans are good at these days" justin frantz is a theology to have additional programs like this in the near future. back here at home... a 16 year old girl from forest acres is raising money for military veterans one mile at a time. this spring, ellerbe kinard is going on a 110 mile electric trike alongside 600 veterans. they'll be going from the pentagon in arlington to the civil war battlefields in gettysburg pa. she says her family's military history inspired her. her father hamilton received the purple heart
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currently struggles with ptsd. ellerbe's ride will benefit the sd gunner fund --- which goes to support wounded vets with the cost of owning service animals. "it's quite possibly one of the best feelings i've ever had. i've always been one that likes to see other people happy. that likes to motivate and encourage other people and put a sme to their face.i couldn't ask for a better feeling." ellerbe will be making her trip on april 24th through the 26th. if you'd like to learn more about her campaign or find out ways you can help, head to wistv dot com and d ick on the big red 10. still to come this morning on sunrise... some of the biggest music stars will gather in los angeles tonight for the 58th annual grammy awards. we'll have a preview next. break 3 kelly o'donnell the long term future for the
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happening on the campaign trail are clashing. and republicans are taking on president obama about the potential choice he will make to replace the late justice antonin scalia just shortly after his death and already a political firestorm over what the president's choice when it's made will mean and how republicans say they intend to block any nominee coming from this white house and president obama, more coming up on today. music's biggest night is tonight...the grammy awards will honor the year's best in many categories of music. mark barger's got a preview of what to expect for some of the major awards. nats "we been hurt, been down before" rapper kendrick lamar could fly high at the grammys. 11 nominations----includi ng album and song of the year. "he's such a critical darling. "to pimp a butterfly" is on the top of almost every critic's lists".
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expects lamar to win multiple times, especially in rap categories....but to miss out on the night's biggest prize. "i don't see how taylor swift's 1989 could not win album of the year." nats "1989" sold more than 5 million copies....and spawned 5 hits.... including "bad blood", which had lamar as a featured presence. "if people are voting along the line of commercial success and industry influence, taylor has it made, because like, that album dominated." but swift's tune, "blank space" and lamar's hit, 'alright' could both take a back seat in the song of the year again". "it was dedicated to paul walker, from the fast and furious franchise, who sadly, died. and i think a lot of people resonated with that." nats "screaming, crying" record of the year also sees "blank space" as a contender.... along with "thinking out loud" by ed
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"really love" by d'angelo and the vanguard... mars to win nats "don't believe me just watch!" for "uptown funk". it was so ubiquitous. it was the song!" and it could the time is now 4:-- thanks for starting your day
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i'm len kiese. it's five o'clock on this monday, february 15th. breaking news.... lexington police say an arrest has been made after
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around 8-30 last night. investigators found the man on the ground in the parking lot of a park-n- ride off of highway 378 in lexington. michal higdon is live at t e scene with these new developments and we''ll check in with her in just a few minutes. we are also following reports of a fully involved house fire in elgin. multiple agencies have responded to the fire. we have a crew out there right now and will check in as soon as possible. we are also tracking a storm system that could bring a small chance of wintry weather to south carolina. right now -- the weather is calm. just cloudy and cold. a freezing rain advisory is in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties up until one this afternoon. let's check in with tim miller who's tracking the developing winter weather to the north of us. a combination of freezing rain/ sleet/ snow is expected in the area monday morning from 3am until 11am. trace amounts of freezing rain may fall in the extreme northern portion of the viewing area, this will not impact travel and
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overpasses should be used with caution. also some light accumulation may be seen on elevated surfaces and grassy areas. during the late morning temperatures will start to warm up and a cold rain will continue on and off until early tuesday afternoon. starting tuesday, temperatures will climb to the low 60s and the back edge of the system will cross the area, and scattered showers are expect until midday. skies will become partly cloudy by the late afternoon. daytime high temperatures will settle in the 60s to end the week. back to this morning's breaking news...an arrest in that suspicious death
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our michal higdon joins us now live with new information -- michal? this all happened just after 8:30 last night. officers responded to a possible shooting here on riverchase way which is just near corley mill road and 378 in lexington. officers say when they arrived, they found a man laying on the ground in the vicinity of the park-n-ride. police say the man was dead when they got to the scene and it appears as if he was shot. police say, at this point, they
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they are trying to determine a motive of why this man was shot -- because this all happened in a place where people meet to carpool and ride with one another. "it's just a parking lot where individuals can leave a car and ride with a investigation. we're not sure about other circumstances yet." at this point police are still trying to determine who the victim is -- as well as potential suspects in this shooting. lexington police are being assisted by sled "it's just a parking lot where individuals can leave a car and ride with a friend. right now we have one male that's deceased and this is an active investigation. we're not sure about other circumstances yet." at this point police are still trying to determine who the victim is -- as well as potential suspects in this shooting. lexington police are beingng
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coroner's office. we are hoping to get an update from police at some point this morning and will make sure to keep you updated. live in lexington, michal higdon, wis news 10. over in newberry and fairfield counties, s-c dot officials are preparing the roads for the possibility of winter weather. crews have pre-treated the areas that pose the greatest threat to drivers-- including highways in a few north midlands counties. dot officials say major routes of travel, including i-77, are their main focus today. they've put a brine solution down on the roads in case there is snow. bridges and routes that run close to hospitals in that area have also been treated. stay with wis for the latest weather updates by downloading the wis weather app. it's free-- just search wis in your app store.
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in decision 2016, gop presidential candidate marco rubio will continue making stops through the palmetto state today. he's scheduled to hold three separate town halls with congressman trey gowdy, the last of which will be in gilbert tonight at harmon's tree farm at 6pm. on sunday, rubio was greeted by a crowd of 2- thousand at easley high school. rubio spoke on several key issues including the passing of supreme court justice scalia. republicans and top democrats are at odds over whether president barack obama should appoint a new justice before he leaves office. "the meaning of the constitution as it was written by theheeople who wrote it at the time, that is what we need in our justices and scalia understood that better than anyone that's ever served and we lost him. now we commend his soul to god, we pray for his family and now we pray for our country because that vacancy will have to be filled and it will be filled by the next president, not by this one." in addition to three stops in south carolina today- rubio has three stops planned for tuesday,
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ted cruz also has three stops planned in south carolina today in aiken, florence, and camden. cruz will start his day off in aiken where he plans to hold a rally with glenn beck at usc aiken at 11 a-m. he'll then head to camden hold a meet and greet at three p-m at the ten eleven galleria on broadadtreet. technology. that's at six p-m. candidates donald trump and ben carson also make stops around the state today. trump will be in mount pleasant and greenville while carson will be in lancaster county and spartanburg. finally former president george bush will lend his voice to his brother jeb's campaign tonight in jeb has said he believes his brother could help save his presidential campmpgn. president bush's popularity has improved since he left office in 2009 and jeb is hoping to gain more momentum after a fourth place finish in new hampshire.
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north charleston at the convention center at 6pm. doors will open at 4pm. the body of supreme court justice antonin scalia arrived back in the d-c area overnight. today, we're expecting more fallout from his unexpected death. republicans are insisting president obama hold off and let the next president name a successor. but were already starting to hear some names of who that replacement might be. tracie potts is following developments this morning from washington. "i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibility to nominate a successor." the white house says that won't happen this week while congress is on break. but with flags at half- staff, we're already seeing possible candidates mentioned to replace justice antonin scalia: super burned in presidential candidate "that's his prerogative. he has every right to do it." presidential candidate "that's his perogative. but we don't have to confirm him and we won't." the court's in the middle of its term, with more cases to hear and decide between now and july.
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cases could end up in a tie. super burned in presidential candidate "we will see abortion on demand throughout this country...partial birth abortion...taxpayer funding...no parental notification." super burned in presidential candidate "we need a conservative person." democrats insist the country shouldn't have to wait nearly a year for the next president to decide. presidential candidate "we have a president. he was elected. he has the right to nominate another supreme court justice." super burned in presidential candidate "i don't think the public would look kindly on republican actions to try to thwart what he is supposed to be able to do." and tim miller's getting your day started with your first alert forecast. a combination of freezing rain/ sleet/ snow is expected in the area monday morning from 3am until 11am. trace amounts of freezing rain may fall in the extreme northern portion of the viewing area, this will not impact travel and roadways but bridges and overpasses should be used with caution. also some light accumulation may be seen on elevated surfaces and grassy areas. during the late morning temperatures will start to
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continue on and off until early tuesday afternoon. starting tuesday, temperatures will climb to the low 60s and the back edge of the system will cross the area, and scattered showers are expect until midday. skies will become partly cloudy by the late afternoon. daytime high temperatures will settle in the 60s to end the week. coming up on news 10 sunrise...
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road tonight against an sec rival. meanwhile, the men's team is looking to bounce back from a tough loss against kentucky over just into the wis alert center this morning more than 140 firefighters
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while some candidates suck up to trump...or run away from him in fear... jeb bush isn't afraid. jeb bush: "that is downright wrong..." he stands up to trump for his liberal democratic positions.
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attacking the disabled... even trashing a decorated war hero. trump: "i like peoplethat weren't captured..." jeb bush: "john mccain is an american hero..." jeb bush. the better man. the real conservative. a commander in chief. right to rise usa
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home in brooklyn overnight... take a look at this incredible video from the scene. fire officials say the blaze started around 11 pm. images from the fire show the residential building fully engulfed in flames. no injuries have been reported and officials are reporting the fire is under control this morning. it's unclear what may have started the fire. a greenville man has been charged after authorities say he went to north carolina in an attempt to meet a 14- year-old girl. 55-year-old john heelan has been arrested on felony and indecent liberties charges with a minor. the girl he expected to meet in boone was actually an undercover detective. heelan is being held on 50-thousand dollars bond and has
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snow has begun falling in the north carolina mountains overnight. this is video out of boone where dot crews are trying to keep roads there clear. this is part of that southern storm system that's affecting parts of the carolina's this morning with snow, freezing rain, and even some ice. up to 5 inches of snow could fall in the north carolina moutains. here in the midlands this morning, it's remained dry so far. let's get an update from tim miller on our chances of wintry weather. a combination of freezing rain/ sleet/ snow is expected in the area monday
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3am until 11am. trace amounts of freezing rain grassy areas. during the late morning starting tuesday, temperatures settle in the 60s to end the week. the usc women's basketball team
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the gamecocks are playing in their fifth straight game against a nationally ranked opponent tonight at tennessee. usc is still undefeated in sec play this season. gametime is 7 o'clock on espn 2. meanwhile -- the usc men are looking to bounce back from a tough loss saturday to kentucky. carolina plays at missouri tomorrow, and then returns home saturday against florida. the gamecocks are are now 21 and 4 overall we've got more of today's top after the break. thanks for starting your day with us here on sunrise. top headlines this morning... police in sydney, australia say
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conducted the largest drug bust in history. police say liquid meth worth more than 1-billion australian dollars was smuggled in silicon bra inserts and art supplies shipped from hong kong. investigators s y four people have been charged. authorities shut down a rental car facility near albuquerque, new mexico after an explosive device was found under a car. police say a mechanic discovered the device as he was inspecting the car. the building was evacuated and customers were sent to a nearby dirt lot to wait for their cars. police say the item was determined to be an explosive but was deemed safe--
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facility was reopened. the fbi is investigating. president obama is expected to meet with several leaders from the association of southeast asian nations in california today. other participants include secretary of state john kerry and secretary of commerce penny pritzker. the group wll cover several issues including security, trade and climate change. analysts say the meeting comes as the u-s steps up efforts to counter china's growth. a combination of freezing rain/ sleet/ snow is expected in the area monday morning from 3am until 11am. trace amounts of freezing rain may fall in the extreme northern portion of the viewing area, this will not impact travel and roadways but bridges and overpasses should be used with caution. also some light accumulation may be seen on elevated surfaces and grassy areas. during the late morning temperatures will start to warm up and a cold rain will
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until early tuesday afternoon. starting tuesday, temperatures will climb to protect columbia from general sherman's union army. they did it all here-- at the battle of congaree creek. the grounds are now part of the cayce riverwalk trail, maintained by cayce and scana. you can see the earthworks built for soldiers to hide behind when the union troops moved toward columbia.
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preserved earthworks from the civil war era in the country. douglas patterson: "these earthworks h he been here for 150 years and one of our gentlemen that works with us who was part of the national park service tells us these are some of the best- preserved in the united states." douglas patterson is one of several volunteers giving tours at the site tonight. we have much more on the significance of the site, and more about the tours on wistv-dot-com. 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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i'm mary king. it's 5:30, on this monday, february 15th. news breaking overnight... a house fire investigation right now in elgin. this is a live look from the scene where you can see that fire is out, but crere are still on the scene. multiple agencies were called out to a home on wildwood lane just after 3:30 this morning. there are reports the house was fully engulfed in flames. right now there's no word of any injuries. we're working to learn more information on the scene. we're working to learn more information on the scene. lexington police say an arrest has been made after a man was found shot to death around 8-30 last night. investigators found the man on the ground in the parking lot of a park-n- ride
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lexington. michal higdon is live at the scene with these new developments and we'll check in with her in just a few minutes. we are also tracking a storm system that could bring a small chance of wintry weather to south carolina. right now -- the weather is calm, but cloudy and cold. a freezing rain advisory is in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties up until one this afternoon. let's check in with tim miller who's tracking the developing winter weather to the north of us. a combination of freezing rain/ sleet/ snow is expected in the area monday morning from 3am until 11am. trace amounts of freezing rain may fall in the extreme northern portion of the viewing area, this will not impact travel and roadways but bridges and overpasses should be used with caution. also some light accumulation may be seen on elevated surfaces and grassy areas. during the late morning temperatures
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warm up and a cold rain will continue on and off until early tuesday afternoon. starting tuesday, temperatures will climb to the low 60s and the back edge of the system will cross the area, and scattered showers are expect until midday. skies will become partly cloudy by the late afternoon. daytime high temperatures will settle in the 60s to end the week.
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overnight we've learned lexington police have made an arrest in a suspicious death of a man last night off of corley mill road. our michal higdon is live there with new information this morning on the investigation -- michal? police were here on scene late into the night gathering evidence and trying to figure out exactly what happened. . details are limited at this point in the morning, but here's what we knowow just after 8:30 last night police responded to a possible "shots fired" call here at riverchase -- which is right near the intersection of corley mill road and 378 in lexington. police say when they got here, a man was found
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vicinity of the park- n-ride and appeared to be shot. police say the park-n- ride is typically where individuals can leave their car and ride with a friend. at this point police, they are unsure as to why the man was here and are working to potential suspect in this shooting. is actively is being assisted by sled and the coroner's office. we are hoping to learn more information later today and will keep you posted on air and online. live in lexington, michal higdononwis news 10. a kershaw county man will be in bond court this week after shooting and killing a suspected thief. 49-year-old jimmy methe has been charged with voluntary manslaughter after deputies sayay he shot and killed a 17 year old boy. early saturday morning deputies
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methe's home in camden for a shooting. methe reportedly told deputies he caught the teen and another person stealing from his truck. he says he shot one of them as they tried to run away. 17-year-old brandon spencer of camden was killed. he was a sophomore at camden high school.l. the other person involved has not been identified. the body of supreme court justice antonin scalia has arrived back home in virginia. scalia's body was loaded onto a hearse late last night. earlier on sunday, a procession of about 20 police officers brought his body to an el paso funeral home from the texas ranch where scalia was found dead on saturday. the medical examiner decided an autopsy was unnecessary. it's believed the 79-year- old died of natural causes. and while we haven't heard yet when president obama will nominate a successor to scalia, many in the senate are already vowing to block his pick. the president's choice will have to be approved by members of the senate judiciary committee. senator lindsey graham has a seat on that committee and is
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lindsey graham, south carolina: president obama is not going to get the benefit of the doubt from me...he's the one who lead the abuse of power by harry reid...he supported harry reid's decision and unless he can find a consensus choice the next president will pick the replacement for justice scalia. senator graham doesn't believe that the president will nominate someone who will get support from both republican and democratic senators. candidates are continuing to make their presence known here in the palmetto state ahead of this weekend's republican primary. making national headlines- former president george w. bush will campaign with his brother jeb tonight at the north charleston convention center. marco rubio will have stops in florence, rock hill and in gilbert at harmon's tree farm. ben carson will be in lancaster county and spartanburg. donald trump has planned stops in the lowcountry and the upstate today. and ted cruz will be in aiken, camden and florence. our team will be on the ground with decision 2016 coverage and we'll bring you the latest from these stops on air and online. cnn has announced it will host back-to-back republican town hall events this week-- right here in south
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ben carson, ted cruz and marco rubio will be in greenville wednesday night. on thursday, donald trump, jeb bush and john kasich will be in columbia. both events will be at eight p-m. anderson cooper will moderate both events. over at usc- the nation's top journalists will gather for a panel tomorrow. nbc's craig melvin will be among the media members at the event. dean charles bierbauer of usc's college of information and communications will be the moderator. the event is free and open to the public and will be tomorrow night at 7:30. it will be held in room 231 of the williams-brice building at greene and pickens streets. south carolina senators are preparing to debate how much extra money to give to the state's highways and bridges. senators have been given options from from spending just $65 million extra a year to get the pavement on the interstates up to good condition while doing no bridge work. they also could get $800 million in money that would fix bridges and widen more than 150 miles of major highways. richland county officials want your input as they
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fund budget for the 2016- 2017 fiscal year. leaders from richland one are holding a meeting tonight at six p-m at e-e taylor elementary school. they'll hold more sessions in the coming weeks. gathering together to celebrate black history month. the city of columbia will hold a black history extravaganza at greenview park open to kids and adults. columbia councilwoman tameika isaac devine and radio and tv personality cynthia hardy are speaking at the event. there will be food and live entertainment. it's happening today from 10 a-m to 2. tickets are five dollars per person and can be bought at any recreation center. coming up on news 10 sunrise... the nation's most notable singers and songwriters will gather tonight in los angeles for the grammy awards. it's music's biggest night. we'll take a look at some of the nominees for tonight's show. a combination of freezing rain/
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expected in the area monday morning from 3am until 11am. trace amounts of freezing rain may fall in the extreme northern portion of the viewing area, this will not impact travel and roadways but bridges and overpasses should be used with caution. also some light accumulation may be seen on elevated surfaces and grassy areas. during the late morning temperatures will start to warm up and a cold rain will continue on and off until early tuesday afternoon. starting tuesday, temperatures will climb to the low 60s and the back edge of the system will cross the area, and scattered showers are expect until midday. skies will become partly cloudy by the late afternoon. daytime high temperatures will settle in the 60s to
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annual grammy awards happening tonight. they will be held at the staples center tonight at 8. crews have bene out working to put on the final touches before the celebrities hit the red carpet for tonight's snow. rapper l-l cool-j will host the awards for the fifth year, and it will feature performances from several stars including adele, taylor swift, and justin bieber. rapper kendrick lamar, pop singer taylor swift and the weeknd are expected to receive nominations. lamar has received 11 nominations while swift and the weekend received 7 each. one of the nba's greatest players ever, has played in his final all star game.
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west all stars last night in toronto for the 18th time in his storied career. much of all star weekend centered around celebrating bryant's career, after he announced earlier this season that he will retire at the end of 2016. bryant had 10 points last night before being taken out of the game in the 4th quarter to a standing ovation. the west beat the east 196 to 173. and the nba has released the logo for the 2017 all- star game which will be held in charlotte. take a look at this photo. it's inspired by queen charlotte-- and has a crown which captures the city's iconic statue. of course-- the hornets' team colors, which are purple and teal, are incorporated in the design. the 66th annual all-star game will be held at time warner cable arena in charlotte-- home of the hornets-- on february 19th,
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many people across the country celebrated valentine's day with a proposal, wedding or vow renewal ceremony. in new york city, the rockefeller center ice rink was a popular place for people to become engaged. over in times square, couples renewed their vows. and in chicago-- history was made at the famous glass skydeck, where live weddings took place for the first time. love was also in the air in california for the los angeles marathon. the race allowed runners and spectators a chance to propose on the course. coming up on news 10 sunrise... hey good morning i'm jeff
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i don't know what i'm doing. i can't find anything just when i think it's just not going to work. this woman that works there comes over and asks can i help you? and he was so happy, to do it amazing right? i never would have expected would have thought that anyone would find that do that. make that go out of their way for me. right then, right there i couldn't believe it he was so helpful i know it's such a small thing little thing. simple thing but it made me smile made me happy made my day share your story.
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advantage of the first major sales holiday of the year. if you didn't get in on the deals over the weekend- you still have a chance. many retailers are having storewide sales to clear out merchandise left over from the holidays. president's day is traditionally also one of the biggest car buying holidays of the year... with dealers offering additional incentives and savings. a new startup is hoping to lure in couples ready to tie the knot with an offer they can't refuse. seattle-based "swan luv" will give couples up to 10 thousand dollars to use toward their dream wedding. but there's one catch. if they get divorced, they have to pay the money back, plus interest. the interest rate depends on the newlywed's odds of staying together, utilizing data from their application. in the alert center this morning... weather is being blamed for a crash involving 60 vehicles on interstate-65 yesterday. investigators say icy conditions and low visibility likely caused the
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moving too quickly and following other vehicles too closely. 12 people were transported to local hospitals with minor injuries. the interstate's northbound lanes reopened late last night after being closed for nearly four hours. a combination of freezing rain/ sleet/ snow is expected in the area monday morning from 3am until 11am. trace amounts of freezing rain may fall in the extreme northern portion of the viewing area, this will not impact travel and roadways but bridges and overpasses should be used with caution. also some light accumulation may be seen on elevated surfaces and grassy areas. during the late morning temperatures will start to warm up and a cold rain will continue on and off until early tuesday afternoon. starting tuesday, temperatures will climb to the low 60s and skies will become partly cloudy
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(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. michigan's governor is asking the federal government to expand
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government to expand medicaid coverage for people who have been exposed to flint's lead- contaminated water. rick snyder says 15- thousand more flint residents who are under 21 and pregnant would benefit if the government approves the request. the governor says the state would help by lining up doctors and behavioral health specialists and providing other services. 10 u-s sailors who were detained by iran last month may have to testify in court. senator john mccain announced that he would subpoena the sailors about their time in iran if the obama administration doesn't release findings of an investigation by the end of the month. the sailors were detained after their two patrol boats drifted into iranian waters. they were freed the next day after secretary of state john kerry spoke with iran's foreign minister. a combination of freezing rain/ sleet/ snow is expected in the area monday morning from 3am until 11am. trace amounts of freezing rain may fall in the extreme northern portion of the viewing area, this will not impact travel and roadways but bridges and overpasses should be used with caution.
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investigation right now in elgin. you can see that fire is out, but crews are still on the scene. multiple agencies were called out to a home on wildwood lane just after 3:30 this morning. our caroline patrickis is out there right now and we'll check in with her in just a few minutes. the time is now . thanks for starting your day
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i'm len kiese. it's six o'clock on this monday, february 15th. breaking news overnight -- lexington police say an arrest has been made after a man was found shot to death parking lot of a park-n- ride off of highway 378 in lexington. michal higdon is live at the scene with these new developments and we''ll check in with her in just a
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we are also following reports of a fully involved house fire in elgin. multiple agencies have responded to the fire. we have a crew out there right now and will check in as soon as possible. plus -- we are in first alert mode tracking a storm system that could bring a small chance of wintry weather to south carolina. right now -- the weather is calm. just cloudy and cold. a freezing rain advisory is in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties up until one this afternoon. let's check in with tim miller who's tracking the developing winter weather to the north of us. the forecast looks to continue to be on target from my thoughts last night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter
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for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered thunderstorms ahead of the cold front tomorrow morning, then clearing skies by late afternoon. much warmer by late week with highs in the upper 60s to near 70
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dot officials say they're trying to get ahead of any winter weather. roads in newberry, fairfield and other northern counties have already been pre-treated they say busy travel routes, including i-77, are their main focus today. stay with wis for the latest weather updates by stay with wis for the latest weather updates by
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back to this morning's breaking news...an arrest in that suspicious death investigation in lexington. our michal higdon joins us now live with new information -- michal? this all happened just after 8:30 last night. officers responded to a possible shooting here on riverchase way which is just near corley mill road and 378 in lexington. officers say when they arrived, they found a man laying on the ground in the vicinity of the park-n-ride. police say the man was dead when they got to the scene and it appears as if he was shot. police say, at this point, they believe the death is suspicious. they are trying to determine a motive of why this man was shot -- because this all happened in a place where people meet to carpool and ride with one another. "it's just a parking lot where individuals can leave a car and ride with a friend. right now we have one male that's deceased and this is an active investigation. we're not sure about other circumstances yet." at this point police are still trying to determine who the victim is -- as well as
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with one another. "it's just a parking lot where individuals can leave a car and ride with a friend. right now we have one male circumstances yet." at this point police are still trying to determine who the victim is -- as well as potential suspects in this shooting. lexington police are being assisted by sled and the coroner's office. we are hoping to get an update from police at some point this morning and will make sure to keep you updated. live in lexington, michal higdon, wis news 10. we are also following breaking news overnight of a house fire investigation in elgin. multiple fire units were called to that home on wildwood lane just after 3:30 this morning. our caroline patrickis is there with more information -- caroline? a house fire investigation right now in elgin. multiple agencies were called out to a home on wildwood lane just after 3:30 this morning. there are reports the house was
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right now there's no word of any injuries. we're working to learn more from investigators. in decision 2016, gop presidential candidate marco rubio will continue making stops through the palmetto state today.
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separate town halls with congressman trey gowdy, the last of which will be in gilbert tonight at harmon's tree farm at 6pm. on sunday, rubio was greeted by a crowd of 2- thousand at easley high school. rubio spoke on several key issues including the passing of supreme court justice scalia. republicans and top democrats are at odds over whether president barack obama should appoint a new justice before he leaves office. "the meaning of the constitution as it was written by the people who wrote it at the time, that is what we need in our justices and scalia understood that better than anyone that's ever served and we lost him. now we commend his soul to god, we pray for his family and now we pray for our country because that vacancy will have to be filled and it will be filled by the next president, not by this one." in addition to three stops in
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planned in south carolina today in aiken, ted cruz also has three stops planned in south carolina today in aiken, florence, and camden. cruz will start his day off in aiken where he plans to hold a rally with glenn beck at usc aiken at 11 a-m. he'll then head to camden hold a meet and greet at three p-m at the ten eleven galleria on broad street. cruz will end his day in florence where he'll hold a rally at the southeastern institute of manufacturing and technology. that's at six p-m. candidates donald trump and ben carson also make stops around the state today. trump will be in mount pleasant while carson will be in lancaster county and spartanburg. finally former president george w. bush will lend his voice to his brother jeb's campaign tonight in charleston. jeb has said he believes his brother could help save his presidential campaign. president bush's popularity has improved since he left office in 2009 and jeb is hoping to gain more momentum after a fourth place finish in new hampshire. tonight's rally will be held in north charleston at the convention center at 6pm.
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the body of supreme court justice antonin scalia arrived back in the d-c area overnight. today, we're expecting more fallout from his unexpected death. republicans are insisting president obama hold off and let the next president name a successor. tracie potts is following developments this morning from washington. "i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibility to nominate a successor." the white house says that won't happen this week while congress is on break. but with flags at half- staff, we're already seeing possible candidates mentioned to replace justice antonin scalia: super burned in presidential candidate "that's his prerogative. he has every right to do it." presidential candidate "that's his perogative. but we don't have to confirm him and we won't." the court's in the middle of its term, with more cases to hear and decide between now and july. without conservative scalia, key cases could end up in a tie.
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presidential candidate "we will see abortion on demand throughout this country...partial birth abortion...taxpayer funding...no parental notification." super burned in presidential candidate "we need a conservative person." democrats insist the country shouldn't have to wait nearly a year for the next president to decide. presidential candidate "we have a president. is supposed to be able to do." the forecast looks to continue to be on target from my thoughts last night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look
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freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered thunderstorms ahead of and they'll be on the road tonight in another tough sec new in the wis alert center this morning more than 140 firefighters
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take a look at this incredible video from the scene. fire officials say the blaze started around 11 pm. images from the fire show the residential building fully engulfed in flames. no injuries have been reported and officials are reporting the fire is under control this morning. it's unclear what may have started the fire. new this morning -- scary moments for nearly 50 people who hit the ski slopes in new hampshire sunday. crews rescued 48 people from two tram cars after they got stuck 40 feet off the ground in sub-zero temperatures. this happened sunday afternoon. a spokesman for the ski resort says people were rappelled down to safety one by one. officials say a brake issue was the problem. snow is on the ground in the north carolina mountains this morning. this is a live look from mt. airy, north carolina where you can see snow has blanketed roads and sidewalks there. this is part of that southern storm system that's affecting parts of the carolina's this morning with snow, freezing rain, and even some ice. up to 5 inches of snow could fall in the north
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ad lib toss to weather the forecast looks to continue to be on target from my thoughts last night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers much warmer by late week with highs in the upper 60s to near 70 today's picture the weather is from shelbi roof, hammond school send us your weather pictures to
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columbia, sc 29202. the usc women's basketball team is back in action tonight against an sec rival. the gamecocks are playing in their fifth straight game against a nationally ranked opponent tonight at tennessee. usc is still undefeated in sec play this season. gametime is 7 o'clock on espn 2. meanwhile -- the usc men are looking to bounce back from a tough loss saturday to kentucky. carolina plays at missouri tomorrow, and then returns home saturday against florida. the gamecocks are are now 21 and 4 overall 151 years ago today, what was left of the confederate army in south carolina made a last stand to protect columbia from general
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they did it all here-- at the battle of congaree creek. the grounds are now part of the cayce riverwalk trail, maintained by cayce and scana. you can see the earthworks built for soldiers to hide behind when moved toward columbia. they're some of the best- the civil war era in the country. douglas patterson: "these earthworks have been here for 150 years and one of our gentlemen that works with us who was part of the national park service tells us these are some of the best- preserved in the united states." douglas patterson is one of several volunteers giving tours at the site tonight. we have much more on the significance of the site, and more about the tours on wistv-dot-com. up next on sunrise -- a look at your monday headlines. including what's being done in the nation's capital as a winter storm bears down on d-c. pete williams as the u.s. supreme court prepares to finish
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jeb bush once stood tall. before his campaign sank like arock and he started desperately slinging mud on fellow republicans. that's not presidential, jeb. john kasich did cut ohio's taxes. cut state spending. turned a deficit into a surplus.
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that's john kasich, that's conservative, and that's presidential.
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term and resume its work, the justices come back without their friend and longtime colleague antonin scalia. his vacancy cast a big shadow of uncertainty on the court as the justices prepare to take up some of the most important cases of the term. i'll have a look at what's next here at the supreme court coming up on today. the forecast looks to continue to be on target from my thoughts last night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties until 1pm.
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to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of
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ice through the mid-atlantic and up the east coast. these are some of the scenes as the system moved across the midwest. d-c and virginia are again bracing for a direct hit today. they'll likely see a snow and ice mix -- with heavier snow fall up towards the northeast. d-c's mayor said sunday that a full snow team has already been deployed ahead of the storm. the fbi is investigating to figure out who put a bomb under a car at the albuquerque airport in new mexico. the bomb was found at the airport's car rental facility by an employee who was doing vehicle inspections. employees and customers were evacuated until it was disarmed. investigators say the car was rented somewhere else and dropped off at the airport. just days after a cease fire agreement was reached -- video uploaded to social media websites purports to show a series of air strikes across syria. the footage was uploaded sunday and says five people were killed in an attack in front of a school. the attack was blamed on russian air strikes. the u-s and other major powers agreed on friday to a limited cease fire -- but the deal does not take effect until
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this week and it was not signed by any of the warring groups in syria. today president obama will host leaders from the association of southeast asian nations to discuss security, trade, and climate change. that meeting is happening in california. analysts say the meeting comes as the u-s steps up efforts to counter china's growth. secretary of state john kerry and secretary of commerce penny pritzker will also be in attendance. the time is now 6:--. thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise. good morning. thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm len kiese. i'm mary king. it's 6:30. while some candidates suck up to trump...or run away from him in fear...
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jeb bush: "that is downright wrong..." he stands up to trump for his liberal democratic positions. calls out trump for insulting women, attacking the disabled... even trashing a decorated war hero. trump: "i like peoplethat weren't captured..." jeb bush: "john mccain is an american hero..." jeb bush. the better man. the real conservative. a commander in chief. right to rise usa
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developing stories overnight in the wis newsroom -- a home in elgin has been destroyed by fire. multiple agencies responded to the scene on wildwood lane just after 3:30 this morning to find that home fully engulfed. right now there's no word of any injuries. fire investigators have not yet determined a cause. and -- lexington police say an arrest has been made after a man was found shot to death around 8-30 last night. investigators found the man on the ground in the parking lot of a park-n- ride
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lexington. michal higdon is live at the scene with these new developments and we'll check in with her in just a few minutes. we are also tracking a storm system that could bring a small chance of wintry weather to south carolina. right now -- the weather is calm, but cloudy and cold. a freezing rain advisory is in let's check in with tim miller who's tracking the developing winter weather to the north of us. the forecast looks to continue to be on target from my thoughts last night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield
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until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered
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standard messaging and data rates may apply. overnight we've learned lexington police have made an arrest in a suspicious death of a man last night off of corley mill road. our michal higdon is live there with new information this morning on the investigation -- michal? police were here on scene late into the night gathering evidence and trying to figure out exactly what happened. . details are limited at this point in the morning, but here's what we know. just after 8:30 last night police responded to a possible "shots fired" call here at riverchase -- which is right near the intersection of corley mill road and 378 in lexington.
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man was found lying on the ground dead in the vicinity of the park- n-ride and appeared to be shot. police say the park-n- ride is typically where individuals can leave their car and ride with a friend. at this point police, they are unsure as to why the man was here and are working to determine a potential suspect in this shooting. the lexington police department is actively investigating this shooting and is being assisted by sled and the coroner's office. we are hoping to learn more information later today and will keep you posted on air and online. live in lexington, michal higdon, wis news 10. a kershaw county man will be in bond court this week after shooting and killing a suspected thief. 49-year-old jimmy methe has been charged with voluntary manslaughter after deputies say he shot and killed a 17 year old boy. were called to methe's home in camden for a shooting. methe reportedly told deputies he caught the
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from his truck. he says he shot one of them as they tried to run away. 17-year-old brandon spencer of camden was killed. he was a sophomore at camden high school. the other person involved has not been identified. the body of supreme court justice antonin scalia has arrived back home in virginia. scalia's body was loaded onto a hearse late last night. earlier on sunday, a procession of about 20 police officers brought his body to an el paso funeral home from the texas ranch where scalia was found dead on saturday. the medical examiner decided an autopsy was unnecessary. it's believed the 79-year- old died of natural causes. and while we haven't heard yet when president obama will nominate a successor to scalia, many in the senate are already vowing to block his pick. the president's choice will have to be approved by members of the senate judiciary committee. senator lindsey graham has a seat on that committee and is speaking about the president obama's possible pick. lindsey graham, south carolina: president obama is not going to get the benefit of the doubt from
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who lead the abuse of power by harry reid...he supported harry reid's decision and unless he can find a consensus choice the next will pick the replacement for justice scalia. senator graham doesn't believe that the president will nominate someone who will get support from both republican and democratic senators. candidates are continuing to make their presence known here in the palmetto state ahead of this weekend's republican primary. making national headlines- former president george w. bush will campaign with his brother jeb tonight at the north charleston convention center. marco rubio will have stops in florence, rock hill and in gilbert at harmon's tree farm. ben carson will be in lancaster county and spartanburg. donald trump has planned stops in the lowcountry and the upstate today. and ted cruz will be in aiken, camden and florence. our team will be on the ground with decision 2016 coverage and we'll bring you the latest from these stops on air and online. cnn has announced it will host back-to-back republican town hall events this week-- right here in south carolina. ben carson, ted cruz and marco rubio will be in
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on thursday, donald trump, jeb bush and john kasich will be in columbia. both events will be at eight p-m. anderson cooper will moderate both events. over at usc- the nation's top journalists will gather for a presidential primary panel tomorrow. nbc's craig melvin will be among the media members at the event. dean charles bierbauer of usc's college of information and communications will be the moderator. the event is free and open to the public and will be tomorrow night at 7:30. it will be held in room 231 of the williams-brice building at greene and pickens streets. up next on sunrise -- saying goodbye to a legend. the nba's best were in toronto for the annual all- star game, but the night was all about -- number 24. we continue to keep a close eye on a winter
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to the east coast. gilliard: you know, there's an old saying about south carolina, we're always first in the things that are last and last in the things that are first. this economy is rigged. we can do better. and that's where bernie comes in. bernie is not in the pocket of wall street. we don't he to depend on the so-called wall street giants. everybody knows the problem. bernie wants to do something about it. he gets it. i mean, he really gets it.
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there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered thunderstorms ahead of the cold front tomorrow morning, then clearing skies by late afternoon. much warmer by late week with highs in the
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kobe bryant suited up for the west all stars last night in toronto for the 18th time in his storied career. much of all star weekend centered around celebrating bryant's career, after he announced earlier this season that he will retire at the end of 2016. bryant had 10 points last night before being taken out of the game in the 4th quarter to a standing ovation. here's some of his post game press conference. "it was fun, i had a blast, playing with those guys and laughing and joking with them on the bench, i got a chance to stop pao in the post, redeem myself from what he did to me when chicago came to town. but all those things are just fun, i had a great time. the west beat the east 196 to
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we are monitoring the possibility of seeing a wintry mix of precipitation in the midlands. a southern storm system is bringing snow, ice and freezing rain to several states and air travel could very well be a concern. let's check in now with mark davenport at charlotte-douglas international. mark any delays being reported there? the forecast looks to continue
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from my thoughts last night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory
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and chesterfield counties until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered thunderstorms ahead of the cold front tomorrow morning, then clearing skies by late afternoon. much warmer by late week with highs in the upper 60s to near 70 in the alert center this
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arabia says it has sent aircraft to turkey to join the fight against isis. an adviser in the office of saudi arabia's minister of defense said that the kingdom was committed to stepping up the fighting against isis, and that the move was part of those efforts. he also said that the current presence at the air base was limited to aircraft and no ground troops had been sent. the saudi foreign minister says any deployment of saudi troops in syria is up to the u-s. south carolina senators are preparing to debate how much extra money to give to the state's highways and bridges. senators have been given options from from spending just $65 million extra a year to get the pavement on the interstates up to good condition while doing no bridge work. they also could get $800 million in money that would fix bridges and widen more than 150
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richland county officials want your input as they build the district's general fund budget for the 2016- 2017 fiscal year. leaders from richland one are holding a meeting tonight at six p-m at e-e taylor elementary school. they'll hold more sessions in the coming weeks. gathering together to celebrate black history month. the city of columbia will hold a black history extravaganza at greenview park open to kids and adults. columbia councilwoman tameika isaac devine and radio and tv personality cynthia hardy are speaking at the event. there will be food and live entertainment. it's happening today from 10 a-m to 2. tickets are five dollars per person and can be bought at any recreation center. the time is now . coming up, we'll have one final check of your traffic and weather.
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with us! we're getting some more breaking news in right now... columbia fire crews are on the scene of a fire near the fn manufacturing facility on old clemson road. this is a live look at the scene. right now we're working to get more information from crews our there battling the fire. we'll have more for you later this morning. other top stories developing... a home in elgin has been destroyed by fire overnight. multiple agencies responded to
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wildwood lane just after 3:30 this morning to find that home fully engulfed. right now there's no word of any injuries. fire investigators have not yet determined a cause. and -- lexington police say an arrest has been made after a man was found shot to death around 8-30 last night. investigators found the man on the ground in the parking lot of a park-n- ride off of highway 378 in lexington. candidates are continuing to make their presence known here in the palmetto state ahead of this weekend's republican primary. making national headlines- former president george w. bush will campaign with his brother jeb tonight at the north charleston convention center. marco rubio will have stops in florence, rock hill and in gilbert at harmon's tree farm. ben carson will be in lancaster county and spartanburg. donald trump has planned stops in the lowcountry and the upstate today. and ted cruz will be in aiken, camden and florence. our team will be on the ground with decision 2016 coverage and we'll bring you the latest from these stops on air and online. cnn has announced it will host
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republican town hall events this week-- right here in south carolina. ben carson, ted cruz and marco rubio will be in greenville wednesday night. on thursday, donald trump, jeb bush and john kasich will be in columbia. both events will be at eight p-m. anderson cooper will moderate both events. the forecast looks to continue to be on target from my thoughts last night. there will be periods of very light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain developing this morning and lasting until around noon. freezing rain advisory remains in effect for lancaster and chesterfield counties until 1pm. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers afternoon. much warmer by late week with highs in the upper 60s to near 70 thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise.
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>> this morning, the epic once in a generation fight over the direction of the court and the country. and jeb bush joins us live as his brother gets set to hit the campaign trail today. after a weekend of record setting lows, the weather conditions will affect 90 million from the deep south to the north today. tomorrow, things heat up in a big way. new scandal for spitzer? elliott spitzer has been accused of choking a woman inside a new york city hotel room. he says there is no truth to the allegation. police are investigating. and trapped! dozens of people, including a baby, stuck in a train car for hours in sub zero temperatures. the riders finally lowered to safety by rope and glad to be back on solid ground today, monday, february 15th, 2016.

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