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trailing bernie sanders. >> voters are already lining up to cast their ballots in the first in the nation primary. >> new hampshire never lets you down. >> the candidates are out early shaking hands as voters head into their precinct. >> jeb bush is hoping time spent in the granite state will pay off, but says he will head to south carolina anyway. >> so you are going to matter what? >> yes, and we have a great organization nevada as wellll >> fellow floridian marco rubio is also hoping to have a strong finish. >> i feel great, we have great energy and great support. >> donald trump is the clear front runner in the polls, but he also led the polls in iowa, later finish behind ted cruz wants the votes were tallied. >> for the democrats, it would take him major upset for
it's all about expectations moving forward. >> hillary clinton is pushing forward for every last vote. comeback kid. >> sanders himself will likely say the wind is proof that voters want apolitical revolution. >> many of us have events planned for tomorrow. meanwhile, john kay sick, jeb bush and chris christie have events in the low country. it begins at nine and will become moderated by those to face the nation, john dickerson. you can watch the entire debate right here. hillary clinton just announced she will be back in the palmetto state state this week
campaign says more details will be really soso but she will be here on friday to talk about her plans to invest in education, healthcare and jobs. oscar nominee angela bassett will be in the midlands today. she is taking part in a get out the vote twerp. she will be speaking to students froroto until three and then she will head over to classical and university and speak to students there until 4:00. it is open to anyone who wants to attend. >> if you left for work or winter jacket, you will need it later on today as temperatures right now are sitting in the 30's and 40s. 40 lexington, ready 39 and winnsboro, but the windchill, the temperatures are at or below freezing right now. here in columbia we are at 41 degrees, winds out of the west at 21 miles per hour and it feels more like 32 degrees at
still on track and looking at sunshine later on this gust at 30 miles per hour like it did earlier this morning. a high of 50 mac 3030egrees, windy and cold. tomorrow it will be windy again with more sunshine and a they high of only 47 degrees. we look at the seven-day forecast and the windy conditions coming up in just a few minutes. >> angeles franklin graham is holding a rally at the statehouse. it's part of his decision america to her. dion joins us live with more from there. >> good afternoon to you. you can see the crowd behind me with lots of people here.e. and the steps the statehouse all the way back. this is part of a nationwide twerk, franklin graham is going to go through all 50 states this year. the campaign here -- the message here is that he wants
heart and religion when they go to the polls in november. they are not going to give their support one particular candidate, they want people to use their religion when they go to the polls. this is mr. eddy kennedy. good afternoon to you. >> i am a.m. ever of shannon baptist church in columbia and we have some ten buses that brought our people here. we believe very strongly that we need jesus back in government, as far as morality is concerned and leadership, and, our voices need to be heard. we believe in supporting politicians, and we believe that politicians need to support us and that they need to have a christian heritage. >> that something that will help you make your decision in
>> it will indeed. >> incorporated you mr. kennedy for your time. we have also noticed people from out-of-state, we also talked to a woman who is here from new jersey, so it is a large effort of people here. this to her is like i said earlier going to be through all the 50 states throughout our country, and the next up when they leave here will be atlanta. we will stick around and see what they have to say in the rally. wilson things back to you. >> dion live for us at the statehouse. also making headlines, the justice department is suing to permanently shut down three liberty tax service franchise christopher paul haines is accused of preparing fraudulent tax returns. it included misstatements to allow customers to receive inflated tax returns and larger earned income tax credits.
irs. 4058 west beltline, and 599 saint andrews road. the former seek speaker of the house will be ordered to pay $113,000 to the states general fund and $1000 fine after the house ethics committee voted unanimously, saying he misspent his campaign funds to pay attorneys in the misconduct case. -year-old pled guilty in office, and he had the obligation to pay back his accounts. a military career and resource fair is being held today and it is now underway at the rest springs road. the event is open to active and retired service members, members. all branches of military are welcome to attend.
the louvre off fire department is getting more resources to help them perform swift water rescues including a new vehicle that will help them access hard to reach places. this is video from columbia of a swift water rescue training. ten additional luba firefighters are set to get this additional training after the teen dealt with october flooding. at the time, the only had six people trained who worked close to 36 hours straight doing rescue operations. the city of columbia is looking to help small businesses affected by the flood. the office of business opportunities is launching the small business disaster recovery loan program. in order to qualify, the business has to be an columbia. be in business for at least two years and suffered losses due to the flood that were not covered by insurance. borrowers are eligible for loans of $12,000 that can be used for several purposes.
heavy losses, the dow was down 75 points in the first ten minutes of trading. in europe, shares turned lower after managing some small gains during early trading. raise over the health of the region bank are at the forefront of investor concern. >> to regional trains crashed in germany. two passenger trains were on it curve the curve and it appears neither had time to break before they hit ad on. german police say all of the survivors have now been rescued from the wreckage and taken to hospitals for treatment. mouse is recalling suvs because a pipe can rupture and cause a i guess we can possible fire. the recall covers nearly 237,000 cx five suvs from 2014 and 2015 model years. the problem was discovered in crash testing. mazda says it has no reports of
dealers will fix the problem. richland to is partnering with sunrise to prepare taxes today. to be eligible, you must make $65,000 or less, or, if you are married filing jointly, $95,000 or less. the free service will be offered today until 5:00 at the wr rogers center located on old compton road. space is limited and an appointment is necessary. still ahead, winter weather is back. that means grab your coat and
below freezing toni something is just fundamentally broken when african americans are more likely to be arrested by police, and sentenced to longer prison terms, for doing the same thing that whites do. ...when too many encounters with law enforcement end tragically. we need investments in education,
health care and jobs, to counter generations of neglect. we have to face up to the hard truth of injustice and systemic racism.
straight out of the west, upwards of 22 or 23 miles per hour. the wind gusts have been as high as 35 miles per
hour early this morning. right now we have sustained gusts upwards of 26 to 20 a miles per hour. it feels more like in the 30's, feels like 27 newberry and 31 in the lexington, 32 and claudia, and this is the windchill of what it looks like. it is getting squeezing compacted right over the midland, and accelerated the winds over quite a it. our computer model shows there might be by later on this afternoon some precipitation that might fall down but, as fast as the winds are going in the as dry as the areas, we won't see any precipitation. as ago into the morning, we have clear skies and clear skies will dominate our entire palmetto
forecasted highs will be a struggle, highs of the 40s to the 50's but the wind will still be a major issue. winds out of the 20's, and cloud coverage may break with some sunshine through the afternoon. wind is strong, it will feel more like the teens. an area of low pressure is a very strong one in the great lakes. it will bring in behind it lots of cooler, drier air and you can see lots of snow scattered throughout the tennessee ohio valley. we won't get that but we will get a lot of the cold air that is filtering down. by tomorrow, 47 degrees, lots of sunshine but very windy. we could be looking at lows around 22 degrees and will continue for the most part with quite a it
>> we are keeping the today, howard is recipe. >> it is fat tuesday, and that means mardi gras is well underway. and for those of you who have had a chance to celebrate mardi gras new orleans, it's probably something you will never forget. that is if you even remember any of it in the first place. but beside the parades and all
tradition that is still going strong as one tradition called eating a king cake. all we do is separated each biscuit from a package of refrigerated biscuits into three pieces. once they are, dip each piece and melted butter before lacing them on a pie plate coated with cinnamon and sugar. after each player goes down, spiegel on the more cinnamon and sugar after all the dough is used up. and if there is any leftover butter, drizzled out on top. it is customary to hide a small plastic baby inside of the cake before baking it, but we think it's more practical and safer to use a gumdrop instead. i will tell you the story behind that in a minute. once it is baked, use is simple to ingredient glaze and decorated with purple, green and gold sugar which represents justice, faith and power. i
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>> it is that tuesday in new orleans, the day of parades and celebrations on this final day of mardi gras. tourists are crowding the streets, and local celebrity in their own neighborhoods. the party ends at midnight when fat tuesday gives way to ash wednesday, and lent begins for christians. city roots farm is celebrating
with a harvest
through nine 30:00 p.m. the course includes north carolina catfish, crawfish , stuffed quail, and bananas foster crhme br[lie. they will be. with the complementary cocktail prepared by bourbon on main street lela campus society invites yoyoto celebrate and
all proceeds benefit cancer survivors. chefs will prepare traditional cajun food and guests must be 21 or older. there will also be door prizes and a vip table auction off at 6:30 p.m. and the aids benefit foundation of south carolina is holding their dining with friends event.
tonight and guests are encouraged to wear festive mardi gras attire or red in honor of aids awareness. the program will help raise money for hiv and aids programs statewide that focus on education. palmetto health will offer free diabetes, breast and cervical cancer screening stay. women can headed to that event from 5:30 p.m. until seven. and here's the look at what is coming up tonight. starting at eight, nci asked, and news 19 at 11. before all that, there is friends at five. if you ra hard-core starbucks fan, the new valentine's day inspired drinks maybe all the sweetness you need. coffee lovers will now be able to sample three new chocolate inspired drinks this week only. wewewill have the details on the sweet treats when you join us today for friends at five.
lots of people going out. hairspray will not work. ponytail if you have long hair, and if you have a hat, hold onto it with both hands because right now the winds are howling at 21 miles per hour. it will be a windy night, windy day tomorrow. 48 on thursday and we will be dealing with the winter cold temperatures for both lows and highs, right through the seven- day forecast. >> that will do it for news 19 at noon. thanks for joining us and we
benefits for families of reservists and the national guard. standing strong around the world for human rights and women's rights. hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the job done... for us. i'm hillary clinton
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