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with my dermatologist about humira. he explained that humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to my symptoms. in clinical trials, most adults saw 75% skin clearance. and the majority were clear or almost clear in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. ask your dermatologist about humira.
mike: police say the officer involved shooting of a 55-year-old woman in chicago was an accident. today, the reverend jesse jackson got involved in the case. jackson was at the home of quintonio legrier, who was shot as police responded to a domestic disturbance call early saturday. neighbors and relatives say the college on a student was threatening his father with a bat. an officer accidentally shot and killed 55-year-old bettie jones,
in the house. police say they extend their deepest condolences to her family. in california investigators says , someone firebombed a mosque we want to skip to this next story about "star wars." a lot of people talking about that one. after just 12 days in theaters, it has reached $1 billion in box office sales, faster than any film in history. the seventh installment in the "star wars" series set a record on christmas day, with 49.3 million in ticket sales. "the force awakens" brought in $238 million in its debut weekend in north america, and world-wide. $529 million new york city is getting ready for the iconic new year's eve celebration in times square. crews installed 288 waterford crystals on the famous times square ball adding to more than 2,100 sparkling crystals already in place. the ball's new starburst design
is part of this year's theme , which is gift of wonder. to get ready for the big night, people also wrote down their hopes for 2016. the papers will be used as confetti in times square. if you want your 2016 hopes to be included in the confetti, visit the times square alliance website. wyff 4 has several ways for you to give back this christmas. we are once again partnering with the greenville health system for the children's hospital virtual toy drive. you can give any dollar amount you can afford. every penny makes a difference. you can also donate other items that help in the care and treatment of children. chris: take a look at the windsds. most of them are coming out of the south.h. the cold front will switch things to the northeast, bringing a temporarily colder day for some of us. all the details on that, coming
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pattern this week. we will see a round or two of rain late tonight and early tomorrow morning, then heavier rain making its way our way tomorrow afternoon. you can see this dynamic system, with a lot of snowfall on the back end of it. rain, then severe weather for arkansas and louisiana. here at home, it's all about the clouds and this moisture that will try to move in for the early morning hours. looking closely at live super doppler 4 hd, we have no measurable rainfall right now. there is some drizzle and fog out there, so if you have to travel tonight go a little slower than you normally would. it is 67 in greenville, 59 in asheville. take a look at temperatures tomorrow. it's going to be interesting. we will wake up to warm air, in the middle to upper 60's. but look what happens late in the day, towards the northeast, the right-hand part of your screen here.
colder air surges in for some of us. boone falls from the 50's to the 30's. spartanburg starts in the 70's, but by 5:00 p.m. you are at 53 degrees. same story for greenville. look at anderson, 20 miles from greenville. it is 71 degrees. can you believe that? some areas will be separated by 20 degrees just by getting in the car and driving. if you have a business meeting in anderson and you are driving to greenville, you will need the jacket. it depends on how far south the cold front gets. it eventually gets to anderson, before warmer air moves back in for tuesday. we will start off cool on tuesday, but then warm up back to 70. a wild couple of days with temperatures. not everybody will see the cold air tomorrow. here comes that backdoor cold front, moving through as the day goes on.
front moves south those of us who see the front go through will experience cold weather. look at what happens as the day goes on. the rain comes in from the back door cold front. we also get another cold front, moving the other way. that brings and substantial rainfall. it will really be heavy tomorrow night, into the overnight hours, tuesday morning. this front pushes south of us, but not south enough, unfortunately. by tuesday, the front stalls out. we might see sunshine tuesday, but look what happens just like that on wednesday. more rain moves along that front,. but that's it we finally start to try things out by wednesday night and thursday, and it closed down. here's the four-day plus. 80% chance of rain tomorrow. high of 70. 67 on tuesday. keep in mind, the 70 tomorrow will be earlier in the day. thursday, we drive back out, and by new year's day itself on friday we will be cool. a high of 50 degrees. most of the day will be spent in the 40's. most days next weekend, highs in
the upstate will be 40's, lows in the 30's. look at north carolina. asheville, hendersonville, a couple days of 20's with highs staying ininhe 30's. so winter is trying to make, i guess and arrival here in the carolinas and georgia. mike: better late than never. chris: exactly. mike: it's keeping guys busy. all over the place. chris: we will be all over the place this week. mike: chris, thanks. for one airline passenger in atlanta, it was not a typical arrival. he is from biloxi, but larr kendrick will remember his flight to atlanta for a long time. he walked off his flight to all this fanfare at gate f6, where he was met by local leaders, airline officials, and a lot of music. airport officials used statistical modeling and arrival and departure times two and if i the 100 -- to identify the 150 million passenger. they walked away with gifts, including two round-trip tickets to anywhere delta flies and a
new car. >> now, wyff sports. >> gurley! he's a special player. ricardo: the former georgia running back, one of the best defensive backs in the nfl. a touchdown run in the fourth quarter, giving the rams their first win in seattle since the 2004 playoffs. two more wins away from a perfect regular season. and standing in the way of 15 -0 for the panthers, the -- 15-0 for the panthers, the atlanta falcons. the panthers just two weeks ago blanked the dirty birds at bank of america stadium. 38-0now they travel to atlanta to face the nfc south rivals. the panthers looking to lock up the number one seed in the playoffs with a victory. first quarter panthers get the , ball and drive right down the field, cam newton capping the opening drive with an 8-yard
touchdown run. 7-0 panthers. but it was the only touchdown scored by cam on the day. falcons answer with a long drive that extends into the second quarter. devonta freeman take the pitch to the left, and finds paydirt, 4 yard touchdown ties the game . matt ryan escapes the pocket and throws up a jump ball. julio jones outjumps luke kuechly. hauls in the 70 yard touchdown. dirty birds take a 14-0 lead . jones with nine catches, one touchdown. 1:10 left to go. newton with one last drive to tie the game. that former clemson tiger vic beasley strips the ball coming around the edge of the falcons knock off carolina. they snap the 18-game regular-season win streak, having them their first loss since november 20 of last year. >> we got our -- kicked today. we deserved it. the way we play.
fensively, defensively, special teams. i'm talking with the mirror in front of my face. of. fire. >> we are still alive with a chance. we want to make sure we give ourselves that opportunity. but even more so, just to come out and play the way we are capable of, when we have not done that at different times throughout the year, that felt really good. ricardo: the falcons were eliminated from postseason contention with the vikings beating the giants. you saw that right here on wyff. the panthers can capture the number one seed with a win next sunday against tampa bay. jeffrey hopkins earned his first -- deandre hopkins earned his first pro bowl selection this week. and today, he showed why he should be on the squad. 7 receptions, 117 yards, and a touchdown. 34-6 victory over tennessee. texans get into the playoffs with a win next week.
clemson settling in in south beach, the team grabbing grub this evening at a brazilian steak house. the tigers living the south beach life right now. sports director brad fralick also living the life in south florida. he has more on the tigers. brad: practice number one for the clemson tigers is in the books in south florida, practicing at nova southeastern university, the practice home all week long. dabo swinney met with the media afterwards and said, they want to win this one because there is the opportunity to play one >> i think everybody know the opportunity to play in january. but you have to earn that. 2015 will end whether we win or lose, so we want to have one more opportunity, make them print one more ticket to see the tigers play. brad: the preparations will continue this week. lots of fun stuff plant along the way, including a beach day and a dinner at a brazilian steakhouse. lots to do for the tigers before
follow myself and marc dopher on our trip all week long on twitter and facebook, social media, finding is everywhere, #wyfforangebowl. ricardo: the orange bowl is just three days away now, as of monday morning. we get you ready for the game with a one-hour special, "road to the title." tune in wednesday at 7 p, m. the last clemson tiger quarterback to win an orange bowl, tajh boyd. he held his youth football camp today at the croc center in downtown greenville. this is the second year boyd and his foundation has hosted a camp post christmas. and the former tigers signal caller proud of the growth of this football camp, with 170 kids in attendance today. >> to see some of the kids come over and over again, i think that what we are trying to build here is build something special, continue to give back to the community. some of the proceeds are going
to be able to do that has been unbelievable. in general, and to see the turn out, especially after christmas, has been great. ricardo boyd will be traveling : to south florida for the game. hoops on a sunday. presbyterian college back from break, at marquette. desean murray, the go-to guy. he scored 14 in the first half, 20 to lead the blue hose. later, golden eagles push the lead to double digits. presbyterian college falls on the road. 84-66. the greenville swamp rabbits skating sunday at the well. hosting the atlanta gladiators, on the power play, scott fleming finishing in front of the net. atlanta ties it in the 3rd, and the two teams go to overtime for the second straight night. in the extra session, gladiators on the power play. matt registers the game-winner. swamp rabbits fall in overtime 3-2. ,the carolina panthers could not get to 16-0, but saw a chance to get the number one team in the
mike: so it's april, right? [laughter] chris: that's what it feels like. you want to keep the umbrella and a jacket handy. tomorrow we start out at 70, but for spartanburg, asheville, greenville, a backdoor cold front will cool you down to the 40's and 50's. for areas like anderson, the cold won't make it there, so we stay in the 70's all day. we will see rain and temperatures warming back up on tuesday, but by thursday the forecast is much easier. we will see sunshine and 40's for highs. mike: thanks for staying up with us, everyone. good night. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its
you want to feel connected, informed, included, on every screen in your life. we are broadcasters; always here for you, wherever here may be. text washington. tell them local stations matter. >> today on a special edition of "matter of fact" -- there's never been an election like this one. michelle there are massive : demographic changes that are happening right now. >> how america's diversity is reshaping the 2016 presidential race. and, it's iowa's turn on the stage, mobilizing and motivating
>> i will be basing my voting decision on economic issues more than social issues. >> we've heard from the candidates, what do voters want most? fernando: hello, i fernando am espuelas. welcome to "matter of fact." america is rich in its diversity, and its demographic shifts will continue to impact elections in years to come as higher percentages ages of asians, hispanics and african-americans vote. just how rapidly are these groups changing the political landscape? i asked michele jawando with the center for american progress. michele: there are massive
demographic changes that are happening right now that we have not yet addressed either in our , politics or our policies. for example, for the first time we're seeing that the share of the minority population, so
communities of color -- hispanics, asians, african-americans -- they have madedep 91% of the population growth since 2000. fernando: so out of all population growth, 91% since 2000. michele: communities of color, which is massive. but when you look at their share of eligible voters, it's only about 38%. but that tells us that by 2043 the united states will be majority people e color. depending on where you live, we see regional differences, ideological differences, preferences on religion, education. so there's a lot of information that we're continuing to unpack. but we're
excited, because we recognize and we want people to understand that it's not a negative. it's important to recognize that people who live here are a part of the great united states of america, are connected to those
of liberty, pursuit of happiness for all, and those are kind of unique american values we see across communities no matter. fernando: we're obviously in an election year. things are moving very quickly. this demographic shift will have an impact. what are you seeing, and by the way, i should mention the report is a bipartisan report, so it's looking at the full spectrum of voters and preferences and so forth. so what do you expect to happen with this demographic change this year? michele: whether or not you're talking about what your immigration policies are you , must recognize that you're talking to communities of color that will disproportionately have greater connections to immigration stories. so you're seeing lots of first and second generation young people, whether you're talking about african immigrants, carribean, latinos and so it's important to make sure that the way we're seeing some of the rhetoric that's incredibly
american nativism, that will have effects for years to come, really isolating communities who otherwise may be open to different messages. so for instance, a lot of the information that we're seeing speaks to this angst that most people feel about the economic recovery, we see that across demographic lines and races, and so while there may be opportunities for different messages to resonate even among millennials about what we can do to see that everyone does well together, other language will isolate communities who ordinarily might be open to different ideas. fernando: a group that is not often talked about but is very important our -- are single women. what's the story there? michele: for the first time ever, we're seeing unmarried women, 52%, are the majority of eligible voters in the women population.
so that's huge. when we talk about issues like paid family medical leave, when you talk about issues about economic opportunity and the pay gap, that has real consequences for these communities, particularly women who going into retirement tend to have less savings, less capital. there are hundreds of issues that continue to kind of manifest as we look at some of the needs of that community, that we have not yet addressed. so hopefully policy makers will look at the report and hopefully make some changes. fernando: interestingly, the first voting in the presidential election takes place in a small state with less diversity than you'll find in some of america's biggest cities, but iowa is key to the election process. >> coming up on "matter of fact ," the next election is still about the economy. >> they're not hiring like they were 10 years ago, because