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3 3 today there is a child safety seat check taking place in lexington.you can go to the town of lexington municipal complex from 7:30am until 9:30am.techs will be thererto make sure yououchild's safety seat is installed the right way. it is free to attend and you don't have to make an appointment. 3 a rally for school choice will take place this morning at ten on the state house steps the rally is a part of national school choice week which is celebrated every januarythe goal is to raise public awareness to all of the education options that parents have including charter, magnet and onlne options. 3 today marks the grand opening of walmart neighborhood market on broad river road. the new store brings more than 100 new jobs to columbiathe store includes a full pharmacy, groceries and a fuel stationthe grand opening will take place at
3 hundreds of employers travel to the university of south carolina today the career and science, engineering and technology fairs will run side by side at the columbia metropolitan convention center. the fair is an opportunity for students to find internships, co-ops and full time positions. it also provides experience interacting with employers.the fair runs from noon to 4. 3 today gop presidential hopeful donald trump will be in lexington county.he is making a stop at the harmon tree farm off highway one.the event is at 7pm and is free and open to public. 3 today is the deadline to register to vote in the democratic presidential primary. so if you have moved....make sure you are ready to vote by updating your registration.or if you have moved from one county to another, you must register in your new county by the deadline to be eligible to vote.the republican voter registration deadline was last week.the gop primary is february 20....and the democratic primary is february 27.
3 today a full committee in the senate is expected to hear a bill that would limit state resources to incoming refugees. yesterday a senate subcommittee listened to testimony from people who are for and against the resettlement of refugees in south carolina.senate bill 997 would take away state funding from refugee programs, allow sled funding to track refugees and put civil liabilities on refugee resettlement organizations.senator kevin johnson voted against the bill, but senators katrina shealy and lee bright voted for it. 3 they don't assume the liability of what they do when they get here and that's part of this legislation and i think that's going to be a big part. the public is concerned and they have a right to be concerned. when you see what's going on over in europe, we don't want that here in south carolina. i was really disappointed. i think this is probably the most absurd piece of legislation that i've been involved with in my short tenure here. the full senate general committee will hear
far 11 syrian refugees have been resettled in south carolina since december. 3 some lawmakers in the house want to spend more time working....and less time greeting folks.a proposal advanced to the house floor ... that would increase work time.. by limiting random introductions of school groups, beauty pageant winners and others...who drop by the state house .the measure would create a 15-minute time slot on the calendar for "special introductions," with each limited to 90 seconds. recognitions of winning high school teams who take the floor twice a week would be unaffected.rep. todd atwater of lexington says he's frustrated by the multiple daily interruptions. 3 3 sprint is in the process of cutting 25 hundred jobs--or 8 percent of its workforce. it's part of a plan to cut 2 point 5 billion dollars from its budget and turn around its business. the company is closing call centers in virginia, new mexico,
3 3 some scary moments on a sumter county y school bus as kids were on their way to school yesterday morning. that's because the bus burst into flames following an engine fire.it happened around 8:00 am just off highway 15 south near apex tools. according to sumter school spokeswoman shelly galloway....the bus was taking students to lakewood high school...when the engine caught on fire.galloway says once the driver saw the smoke...she immediately pulled over and evacuated all of the students from the bus.we're being told no one was hurt....and the students were eventually taken to school on another bus.the cause of the fire remains under
she then stacks them in groups of four and off they go to be sown...nats laced...nats and inflated...nats each day michelle cuts enough panels to make 8-900 footballs -- and more than she'd like to think about in her 39-year career at wilson. "it's quite a bit. i couldn't even imagine how much it is...millions...i really don't want to know that. me: 'don't want to think about that right?' michelle 'yeah, hahaha'." and while michelle says she's not really a football fan, she does watch the game with her husband, occassionally giving herself some much deserved credit. "i always tell my husband,
that might've been my ball there." and michelle is just one of the 150 employees who help make 3,000 footballs a day -- something plant manager dan riegel says is a craft. "we don't have automation. the ball's still sown together by
hand. it's a craft job. and these people are skilled craftsmen is what they are.
3 of course you can only see the superbowl right here on wltx on february 7th.and keep in mind the day before the superbowl you can see even more football action as the nfl salutes its best players and plays from this season in a show called n-f-l honors. it's starts at 9 p-m february 6-th. 3
3 in order to understand your future..you have to know something about your past... and in order to make it relevant for 6th graders some times you have to go outside of your comfort zone.tori white has mastered both lessons at kelly mill middle school in richland district two and that's why she's today's teacher of the week.
3 if you know a 3 teacher who deserves to be recognized for their hard work in the classsroom you can email us at tow at wltx.com 3 breaking down the richland county bikeway projects.it's being paid for by the county's penny tax program. the roads affected and why some neighbors say they aren't getting enough details.that story plus efren afante has your forecast before you walk out the door when you join me