tv News 19 Noon CBS January 29, 2016 12:00pm-12:30pm EST
good friday afternoon thank you so much for joining us i am darcy strickland. open those windows and spend time outside. we are looking forward to a beautiful weekend. to start things off today, we are going to turn it over. >> i hope that you had a good start to the morning although some of us started off with colder temperatures right now the temperatures have blossomed all into the 50s, downton st. matthew's 56, bishop fell is 55. columbia, 57, we have sunshine galore. it is windy as we forecasted
miles per hour. we're on our way to continue lots of sunshine. we will be cold tonight down to 32 with calm winds. tomorrow, a little fog to start off we will be even warmer at 66 degrees and get a load of this weekend, you will love the way it looks i will have are forecast coming up. select deputies are asking for your help in finding a missing 15-year-old girl kayla sticks -- was last seen on harbison boulevard. they say that she may be in the rock hill area but they want to talk to anyone who knows where kayla might be. deputies say that she suffers from a medical condition, family members are can turn. if you know where she is call crimestoppers. fort jackson open a new headquarters a ribbon-cutting is scheduled for 2 pm, the
george maybury junior. he earned the medal of honor and world war ii. they said allowed to hundred 50 officers and have to working on building instead of being scattered throughout the post. in early morning fire forced to families from their fire -- from their home. they caught were called -- a were called at 4:30 am near broad river road. crews can see smoke and fire visible from the roof. there are no reports of any injuries. a richland county fire marshal is investigating the cause. a live fire simulation will take place at newberry college this afternoon at 2 pm. the fire department will set up two rooms they will be set on fire in order to show the importance of sprinklers in working fire alarms. the event is open to the public and on monday, the orangeburg county sheriff's office will be conducting bomb squad training
they will be detonating explosives at the facility. it is about 8 les east of bowman. if you honey loud noises, do not be alarmed. the three remaining disaster recovery centers will close today. they are at the richland county public library on garners ferry road, they are at the richland county public c brary on garners ferry road, central carolina college, and one in williamsburg county it will close it xpm. many services -- at p.m. p.m. lines are open until 7 am until 10 pm. that number can be found on our website at wtlx.com. the house ways chairman brian white is proposing a plan that would give the surplus money to help farmers survive last year's losses instead of waiting around for lawmakers to pass the budget. they will advance to a full committee agricultural committee says the flood wiped
at harvest time and an additional $45 million was lost. that was because farmers could not plant winter crops. state police have arrested a man after they say he posted a big on facebook threatening to kill police chief and -- in charleston in north charleston. he is charged with two counts of threatening a public official. he faces up to five years in prison on each charge. the corner has released the name of a man who was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy this week his 27-year-old john wesley smith of lata officials say that a deputy shot him during a confrontation at a home in the oak grove community they are investigating the incident. the gop presidential candidate are back on the trail today.
because of his ongoing feud with fox news allowing his rivals to attract the spotlight usually focused on the front runner. he has his own event if you mile away. democrats are heading home from the annual retreat, president. obama adjust his fellow democrats saying the country is doing a lot better than when he took office and in taking a shot at donald trump, obama said that the uso not strengthen it off by allowing politicians to insult muslims, or pit groups of americans against each other. a state official says michigan offered rush followed water for state employees in flint starting in january of last year although, residents were told that top water -- that they tapwater was safe to drink until last month. a spokesperson for the agency that manages the state building says, watetecoolers were
running after flint had drinking standards that were related to lead. 4 scientists say that the zika virus is spreading at an explosive rate. it appears to be particularly dangerous for pregnant women and has been linked to babies born with abnormally small heads. now women who are pregnant are scrambling to cancel trips booked to those nations. most airlines are offering refunds for changes in destinations. it's not clear how the eldest will impact the travel business overall. authorities say the mastermind behind the brave escape from in orange county jail dust from an orange county jail is one of the women that taught english classes. they rested 44-year-old -- they arrest the 44-year-old who said they had some once a relationship they say that she and two other inmates -- that the inmate into others sought
plumbing tunnel access and unguarded section of the roof in rappelled down with bedsheets. us sees women basketball team -- usc's women basketball cruising past ole miss last night. the final score was 81 to 62. the team moves on eight and zero. next up the team will take on number 10 texas a&m. the men's basketball team will be back at home they take on alabama tomorrow. the gamecocks are 18 and two. at the hands of alabama two weeks ago the tipoff is set for 6 pm for that game. that is tomorrow.
our average temperature is 34 is pretty much where we start off in columbia. a little warmer as we get down to orangeburg. all of us in the 30s and then we sort of warm up. although all of us are in the middle to upper 50s, 54 newberry, 57 lexington and columbia, 56 st. matthews, the sun shine feels great. we feel great -- we have the westerly winds as forecasted. you have a lot a pleasant conditions right now all throughout the palmetto state. we are clear skies right
now. a cold front to the north of us has been slowly making its way through, but all night cold front that we get during the wintertime this one is dry. this one will not do anything to keep our skies clear. the forecasted highs are pretty much in the upper 50s down to the lower 60s. here in columbia we are expecting a high 62 degrees. it will stay windy and very
winds are down to 33 degrees. we could deal with a little bit of fog, as all of our lows will be cold once again. it will be a beautiful weekend, and if you want to, why not go down to the beach. myrtle beach, all a lot of sunshine high temperatures in the lower 60s. if you don't get a chance, sunday it will be even warmer maybe even a little bit of cloud cover. if you're going to
stay by the lakes, the winds will be light, a lot of sunshine with temperatures in the lower to middle 60s. sunday, it's going to be even warmer. six the four lake marion, -- 64 lake marion. as we get through the weekend, if you're staying in the millions, 66 for our high on saturday, a lot of sunshine on saturday -- another cold front
light to moderate showers in the late afternoon where the highest 72 but the cold front will be pretty stagnant. we could see some showers and thunderstorms with a high of only 68 degrees and once everything clears out you will have clear skies on thursday a little cooler, temperatures with a high of 54.
dinner, we often think that talents are more fitting in the warmer months and they are this time of the year. while today, we are going to throw that idea right out the window as i share a warm cold- weather salad. we start by washing and drying a good amount of mixed greens. then, we place them on a platter. as for the type, we can use a mix variety, they had a roommate or even kale. and on top of that we toss on some cooked chicken breast that we've cut out along with a thinly sliced pear and a few dark pitted cherries. and if you're thinking does that sound good? wait until you see the dressing. it is some simply bottled italian dressing that we combined with honey, maple syrup, peanut oil and chopped walnuts.
enough for to warm through. and when we service an individual balls for family- style you can bet you are going to get all sorts of news and eyes -- of compliments. i do hope you will go online and get the recipe for what we nicknamed, not your average a salad since it is over the top good. i am howard with kelly. we found an unusual way for you to say it so good. what do you think clark >> desk work >> thank you.
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the public library is holding an event this saturday beginning at 10:30 am event features music, storytelling and food there will be an original play in the children's room. the city reptiles will be bringing snakes and iguanas to the team central. the event is free and it is open to the public. this weekend, sure man's army is coming to lexington, they are planning a two day event, it's a living history of sherman's march. weapons, camp life, and confederate troops. all demonstrations and during the day are free. coming up today, on a friends at five, a new study shows that drinking champagne every day can help prevent dementia and alzheimer's, is that opens hope -- that offers hope. they found drinking champagne every day can help to prevent