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3 live in mars hill, lauren brigman news 13. now let's turn to jaclyn in the on-time traffic center for a look at roads in other areas... 3 3
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in mitchell and yancey counties this morning mitchell county dispatch says icy roads are scattered throughout spruce pine and bakersville. if you live in these areas... use extra caution on the roads. *drivers in yancey county.. these are the spots you need to avoid. there are slick conditions at madison/yancey county line. also use caution in the bald creek area. *i'm jaclyn deaugustino with this on-time traffic report... brought to you by the wired mouse computer solutions. 3 3 3 3 new this morning... we have learned that one of the marines still missing after a helicopter crash in hawaii is from the upstate. the u-s marine corps says 22-year-old sergeant jeffrey sempler, is from woodruff. he is one of 12 service memebers that rescue crews are still searching for. two helicopters collided and crashed off the island of oahu on thursday. a navy ship with sonar equipment is being brought in to do an underwater search. coast guard officials stress they are still searching for survivors. 3 3 the iowa caucus is just two weeks from today. the latest
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senator bernie sanders are virtually tied there. the two squared off during last night's democratic debate in charleston. news 13's aaron adelson shows us the main issue they focused on. 3 3 "it was the final debate before the iowa caucus, a big the biggest issues leading up to the debate was about gun control, and in the debates the candidates mentioned the charleston shooting. while the candidates were debating in this building right over here, less than a football field away is the sight of the charleston shooting mother emanuel ame church right behind mehillary clinton says bernie sanders makes the country more dangerous clinton "he voted against the brady bill five times. he voted for what we call the charleston loophole. he voted for immunity from gun makers and sellers, which the nra said was the most important piece of gun legislation in 20
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weapons. i have supported from day one an instant background check"3 just before the debate bernie sanders released a health care
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for higher wages got bernie sanders to come out13:11 "let me thank you for what you are doing here, for what your fellow workers are doing all over this county and i've been pleased to march and struggle with all workers of this country who are fighting for 15 dollars an hour and a union" "people in charleston were really excited for the debate more than four hours before, people lined the street right here chanting for their candidate of choice. a lot of energy and excitement, a lot of eyes on the debate here in charleston. sig out 3 3 3 while much of the debate focused on clinton and sanders, former maryland governor martin o'malley also participated. at one point he begged the moderators for 30 seconds of airtime. afterwards, o'malley told us he felt good about his performance and that it was a good night for the democratic party. 3 17:25 "i had a lot of fun out there. there are critically important issues that face our
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you heard from the democratic candidates was a much different vision that what you heard from republican candidates. ours is not the party of anger, fear, loathing, and scape goating. you can find our complete coverage of the democratic debate on our website, wlos dot com. you can also watch our coverage of the republican debate that was last thursday in charleston as well. 3 3 the issue of "guns in america" will be the focus of a "your voice your future" national town hall tomorrow. the hour-long roundtable will look at gun violence and the debate over gun control. we'll stream the event online starting at seven p-m on w-l-o-s dot com. we'll also carry the town hall on digital channel 13-point-3... also known as "antenna" t-v on cable. 3 3 happening today, warren wilson college is having its annual day of service to honor doctor martin luther king, junior. students, faculty and staff will make a trip to hall fletcher elementary school, to help clean, garden and organize classrooms. unc-a will also hold their day of service. the annual m-l-k peace march will start at 11-
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a-m-e church in asheville. it will end with an event at pack square park. and a reminder.. all banks and government offices are closed for the holiday today. 3 3 also happening today, free health screenings are offered here in the mountains. park ridge health partnered with arden adventist church to host the arden community health fair. it is to help the uninsured and the under-insured the event provides free screenings for things like blood pressure, hearing and vision. 3 dr. dewayne butcher, organizer we still find that a lot of people may have insurance but the deductable is so high that its not practically helping them as much as they'd like." the event is from eight to noonat arden adventist church on airport road. appointments are *not* required.. 3 3 3 we have an early bird gets the win giveaway this morning! in honor of asheville restaurant week... we are giving away two 50 dollar gift certificates to the red stag grill in asheville. go to facebook dot com slash news 13 to enter. we will announce two winners just before seven this
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little bit... chef scott from the red stag is here to give us a taste at what the restaurant has to offer. 3 3 3 the world's richest billionaires. next in business headlines... how much they're worth. 3 today on facebook feedback... many of you are excited about the carolina panthers win. we want to know 'how do you plan to celebrate if the panthers play in the super bowl?' head to the wlos facebook page and weigh in. we'll share some of
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3 it's 5:xx. let's take a look at business headlines. wall street is closed today for m-l-k day. it will re-open tomorrow. this is a look at numbers from friday.... the dow was down 390 ending trading at 15-thousand-988. and the nasdaq down 126 closing at four-thousand-488. 3 3 now let's take a look at today's business headlines across the web.3 the world's 62 richest billionaires have as much
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the world's population, according to a new report from oxfam international. the wealthiest 3 have seen their net worth soar over the five years ending in 2015. back in 2010, it took 388 mega-rich people to own as much as half the world. bernie sanders likely wants to raise everyone's taxes to pay for universal health care, but promises it will be worth it. the democratic presidential contender has long promoted a single payer health care system, which would eliminate the private insurance market in favor of a government-run program. he calls it 'medicare for all.' stock markets are off to another bumpy start to the week. amid plunging oil prices and worries over the state of china's slowing economy, most asian indexes fell monday. the hang seng in hong kong shed 1%, and japan's nikkei sank 1.1%. the losses followed a nasty end to last week in u.s. markets. 3 3 3 the time is now 5:xx. a crash in michigan kills a person. what caused a huge car pile-
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3 one person is dead after a series of crashes along a highway in michigan. three people are in critical condition. a domino style chain reaction of collisions were triggered by whiteout conditions. police say as many as 50 vehicles and nearly a dozen semi trucks were involved in the pile-up. it shut down lanes of an interstate. michigan state police say heavy snow, high speed and reduced visibility is to blame for the wrecks. 3 3 3 3 here is a look at what you can expect for the next three days.
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3 the time is now 5:xx. asheville restaurant week starts tomorrow! next... what a participating chef is
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3 3 3 here is a look at current conditions.. in our next half hour we'll talk more about what to expect in the next 7- days. 3 3 3 asheville restaurant week kicks off tomorrow. this week, we have invited chefs from participating restaurants to highlight some of their fantastic dishes. this morning, chef scott o-strander from the red stag grill is
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making this morning? chef scott ostrander shrimp and grits serves 21 tbsp canola oil (or vegetable, don't use olive oil)6 each atlantic white shrimp (21/25 or larger)2 oz cajun tasso ham (or country ham/bacon)2 tbsp diced red pepper1 tsp minced garlic1 tbsp butter1 oz dry white wine4 oz heavy cream1 tbsp minced scallionstt salt and white pepper1 cup stone ground white grits2 cups chicken stock or water2 cups half and half2 oz buttertt salt and white pepperto make the grits:bring the water/stock and half/half to a boilwhisk in the grits and lower the temperature to barely a simmer cook for 45min to 1hr, until
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have to add additional liquid depending on your gritsremove from heat and stir in butter. season with a pinch of white pepper and kosher salt. reserve warm.for the shrimp: heat a medium saute pan over high heat. add the oil and swirl the pan, then add the ham and peppers.cook briefly to render the ham, then add the shrimp, season them with a pinch of salt, and cook until they are about halfway done. add the garlic and butter and cook 5-10 seconds.deglaze with the wine and reduce to almost dry, then add the cream and reduce to a medium thick sauce. adjust the seasoning to your liking, stir in the scallions, and serve over the hot grits 3 3
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3 hockey players meet in maine for a good cause. how a
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. >> >> >> >> >> >>jay: 5:56. welcome back. hockey players from all ownr over the country in maine came to a great cause.
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the state hosted the military, fire, and police games benefiting the shriner's hospital. this is the third year of the niepped joined in. organizers say they couldn't make it happen without the volunteers. 100% of the proceeds go to shriners. looks like fun. big competition. >>ingrid: it's cold in there, isn't it? i bet it's colder inside than on the ice. let's look at the airport. we are at 24 degrees. wind at 14 miles per hour. it's a slick start outside. we will talk about that in a second. dangerously cold as well and chances for snow again. i will explain in the next half hour. >>holly: a texas chemical plant goes up in flames. what police believe was the cause. >>jay: frigid weather where an arctic blast is expected to last until tomorrow. >>lauren: snow is falling in
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now, in high definition, from the western north carolina's news leader, this is news 13 this morning. >>holly: snow is falling across parts of the mountains this morning. this is a live picture in madison county, where another coating of snow is covering the roads. >>jay: dot crews have been busy salting roads throughout the night there. >>holly: we have live team coverage of the sub freezing
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that lingering winter weather. >>jay: we begin with ingrid allstaedt and the skywatch weather. >>ingrid: let's look at the satellite radar. it does show a few flowed conditions, but yes, some light snow still falling this morning. really just close to the tennessee line. very light in nature. it's the wind that is going to be the biggest headache this morning for everyone. feels like 12 in asheville. right now 18 in forest city and 23 in greer. staying in the teens and 20s throughout much of the day, even through lunchtime. coming up in my full forecast, we will talk more about our next chances for snow later this week. back over to you. >>holly: as you just saw, moments ago, there some snow falling especially in madison county. >>jay: that's right. lauren brigman brigman continues or live team coverage from mars hill. lauren, you have been checking in with dot this morning? >>lauren: yeah, you know, these bursts of snow have been coming off and on all night, since about 10 p.m. they said. so, they have been out busy all over the county treating those primary roads. snow still blowing around this
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