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while and has been doing office visit for his regular patients -- visits for his regular patients via skypeed. . >> i tried the -- skype. >> i tried the number and left messages. >> reporter: when we called the mailbox was full. this comes at a bad times. >> my husband ran out of his blood pressure medicine. >> reporter: they had a hard time getting refills. >> i broke my hip twice, had to have it replaced. five surgeries in the past two years. as far as our family records, i don't know how we will get them. >> the law doesn't prescribe a way to notify your patients that you are closing. but you have to provide those patient records when they request them. if patients cannot get access
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a complaint with the board and our board can investigate. >> the resolution isn't coming fast enough. >> i think he is letting th community down. i don't know if it was -- what happened. i am sure a lot of people like to know what happened. >> reporter: chuck ringwalt, news 19 wltx. >> if you need to you can file a complaint. that information is on our website at www.wltx.com. the highway patrol is investigating a fatal accident. a truck was driving on a road around 7:50 a.m. this morning when it ran off the road. struck several trees and then flipped. the driver who was not wearing a seatbelt was thrown from the vehicle and died on the scene. deputies asking for your help finding a missing 15-year- olds.
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yesterday morning between 707 -- 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. she may be in the rock hill area. if you know where kaila stukes can be found call crime stoppers at 1-888-crime-sc. and deputies arrested two men on drug charges. they are 23-year-old and an 18- year-old. deputies say they got a tip that marijuana was being distributed at a home on the 4800 block of cannery road. deputies say they seized 5- pound of marijuana. $16,000 in cash and 3 guns from the home. both men are in jail. tonight a union county man is facing charges after he used his son's cub scout troop to scam money from people. deputies say he and his son
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cub scouts aren't having a fundraiser. deputies had records from five people. and now there are 67 additional charnels. he is charged with obtaining money under false pretenses. the lexington county coroner's office need your help finding next of kin. she was taken from the hospital. she is divorced and probably has children in the area. the other woman is a 78-year- old, she died earlier this month from natural causes. if you ever information on relatives of these two please call the lexington county coroner's office. now, the midlands most accurate forecast with chief meteorologist jim gandy. >> skies clear today. we saw sunshine.
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has gone down. temperatures are starting to drop. 55 degrees outside. wind from the west at 9 miles per hour. tonight we will see near calm conditions over night. with the drier air mass we are expecting a low of 30 degrees. tomorrow sunshine, 64 degrees. and for the rest of the weekend we will be seeing dry weather and we will be warming g into the beginning of next week. i will have the forecast in a moment. >> thank you. tonight dhec says three people in the state are being tested for the zika virus but no cases of the disease have been confirmed yet. dhec says the chances of getting the virus here are minuscule. three who are being tested traveled to one of the 24 countries with zika virus. it is unclear where they are from. scientists say it is spreading at an explosive rate in central and south america. there are 31 people in the u.s. who have been diagnosed with the zika virus including three
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one in new york -- two in illinois and one in new york and washington, d.c. tonight nissan is hoping the third time is the charm. the hoods can fly open while cars are moving. it covers 2013 to 2015. in some cases the fix didn't stick. meanwhile suzuki is recalling 68,000 motorcycle because the battery charging system can fail and cause the bikes to stall. it effects 2008 through 2012. dealers will replace to fix the problem. suzuki will notify owners and repair in march at no cost to owners. [ music ] tonight it is more convenient to do business with
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today they opened a new express service office that state farmers market in west columbia. you can renew licenses, permits and tags as well as water craft registrations. parking concerns that main adquarters kept ny people from doing their business in a timely manner. >> huge for us. parking will be easy. people could come in, do business, get out, not wait hours to be able to just buy a hunting license. we are really excited. this is a big day for what we do at providing that opportunity. >> the market is at the state farmers market in west columbia. over at fort jackson officials opened the new post headquarters.
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general, a native who earned the medal of honor in world war ii. we spoke to his son about what this honor means to the family. >> a great day for fort jackson. this beautiful building that was initially the nco academy. dedicated in 1995 to honor our father. my father. and now it is the post headquarters which is a great honor for fort jackson and the community. beautiful building. we are proud to have dad's name still on the building. [ music ] tonight lexington county school district one has a new superintendent. he is 40-year-old. the board agreed to a three year contract with a salary of $199,000. he serves the superintendent of mount airy city schools in north carolina.
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he replaces the for who announced her retirement. a high school hired a new athletic director and head football coach. he serves as head football coach and history y teacher in district 4. 19 years of coaching and teaching experience. tomorrow the richland county library is hosting their winter book sale. more than 30,000 books, cds and dvds will be on sale. prices for paperbacks start at $1 and $2 for hard backs. your idea of how to make
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friendly could become a new reality. it was developed bizarrely to get residents involved -- by south carolina to get residents involved. 1,000 ideas will be accepted online. users can log on through facebook to post ideas and "like" others. they approved the group for a grant to bring 2 of the ideas to life. >> the management team will only consider selecting ideas in the top 10 to 15 most popular on the website. so the people of the midlands get to narrow down our choices and then from there we will be selecting the final two with the help of investors. >> organizers say there is no money cap because they want users to think big and small. they will travel around in
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be sure to look for them at events like soda city market. turns out some customers aren't loving the mcdonalds new mozzarella sticks because they say the cheese is missing. some customers posted pictures on twitter shows the sticks without the mozzarella. mcdonalds says they are aware of the low volume of complaints and they believe it is melting out during the baking process. they are working to fix the problem. still ahead tonight on news 19 at 6:00 p.m. jim says we are in for a sunny
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he has the forecast a
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tonight. you are watching. >> reporter: at 6:00 p.m. with jr berry and darci strickland. >> the dog park in columbia is now back. it was closed for repairs this week. the city tells us the fencing was repaired after it was damaged during the october floods. it is now back open. take your puppies back out there. hang out with puppy friends. >> a good weekend to do it. >> it will be beautiful. we have the clouds out of here. the sun came out today.
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a look at the satellite. no clouds in the area. a weak front is moving in. it is dissipating as it comes through area. we won't have to deal with that very much. a brief shot at cold air coming down into the great lakes, the northeast. the main system moved off shore. high pressure is building in from the west and this has been providing the central part of the country with a warming trend. where is the cold air? in northern canada into the hudson bay area. you can see this shot at cold air into the northeast. other areas of canada, back in the rockies, are warm for this time of year. and even here in the united states, it is not that bad. temperatures in oklahoma and texas. dallas 75 degrees. that warm air has been surging north into montana. the chilly air remains in the
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us we warmed up today. we saw sunshine. 52 degrees in greenwood right now. 55 columbia. 57 orangeburg and augusta. here is what we are acting tonight. -- expecting tonight. clear skies. air mass is dry. a lot of sunshine in play. sunday during the day we will see a few high thin clouds across. mostly sunny. tonight it will be chilly. upper 20s to low 30s. 30 for a clowe in columbia -- low in columbia. tomorrow mid-60s. 60 newberry. 62 camden. 64 columbia. and sumpter. 66 manning. our seven-day forecast, well, for a sunday we are expecting a high of 70. 73 for monday and tuesday. clouds on tuesday and by wednesday there will be a front, this will give us a
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once that clears out of here we will turn cold by the end of next week. friday sunny and a low of 31 and a high of 51 degrees and the cold weather will be with us through super bowl weekend. >> we have to enjoy the warm weather. >> you don't get many at this time of the year. >> wrapping up january -- >> i know. >> thank you. time now to our sports director reggie anderson. >> coming up next, in charlotte a panthers pride rally takes over downtown and a former bulldog is honored.
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the super bowl 50 here is the cbs evening news tonight. for the fifit time the government has confirmed that hillary clinton's home server contained top secret information. plus donald trump speaks to us about skipping last night's debate. and what is ground-hog day
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we find out on the welcome back. we are talking all things super bowl. >> yep. super bowl fifty. right here. neat how things worked out. a week from sunday. super bowl 50. panthers and broncos at levi stadium live right here on news 19. panther nation getting into the spirit of the game. a crowd of 30,000 fans showed up at the park in downtown charleston to send off the panthers. heading out west. this rally, ron rivera, he was there, josh norman as well. they are now just one win away from fulfilling the dream of the owner to win a super bowl. ron rivera part of the people who spoke. guys redding to head out west.
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high schools across the country and let them take part in the super bowl 50 celebration. players and coaches will present golden footballs to their high schools that will live in the trophy case. the midlands have a rich history of athletes. this morning, a former bulldog where he played before he won four super bowls the steelers, he has fond memories of his time in the county. today was a time to take part in the super bowl 50 celebration. >> hanging out, talking about doing it. i decide -- [ indiscernible ] >> he won four super bowls. peyton manning would like to win one more and everybody around the country will be rooting for peyton manning and
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josh norman has called peyton manning the sheriff. he says he is a big fan but he won't that get in the way of winning a super bowl for the panthers. >> so unbelievably great. he wants to go out with a big bang. this is my first time for being in the super bowl. this is his third time for being there. i am rooting for him but i want that ring. >> all right. south carolina state released its 2016 schedule. challenging doesn't describe what lies ahead. first four games on the road and first three against division one programs. >> we needed an easy start so we pulled up a couple soft teams. it will be tough.
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down to louisiana tech. skip's team and then clemson. that is as hard a start as you can find. we have one conference game that we have a break before we get to the rest. if we can come through the health wise the first three games into game four we will have a chance to regroup. >> starting to feel like baseball weather. this afternoon the gamecocks baseball team began its pre- season practice. founders park. it started two hours go. tomorrow 1:00 p.m. and so you have a chance to watch the 2016 gamecocks. they are ranked 23. one of 7 sec schools in the top 25 rankings. yes, it is baseball weather. tomorrow and sunday will be great. >> great weather to take the kids out. >> yep. >> all right. thank you. still ahead today on news
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after here is what is coming up, 8:00 p.m.
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man is celebrating after winning 100,000 dollars from the state lottery playing the $5 scratch off game $5 carolina riches. he was looking at houses before buying the ticket in columbia. he says the money will give him a fresh start and will better his life. he claimed the last top prize of 100,000 dollars in the $5 carolina riches game, the odds of winning 1 and 480,000. that will do it for news 19 at 6:00 the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began --
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speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over twowond a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in.
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>> pelley: for the first time, the state department confirms some e-mails on hillary clinton's home server contained top-secret information.
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