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we will get up to 50 by the end of the day. today will be cloudy and the rain of the morning should be over by about lunchtime. we will talk more about what the rest of the weekend and first of next week will be like in a few minutes. allyson: thank you. new this morning, a suspect is in the hospital after a standoff. geoff: deputies say the bomb squad responded last night to a home on hawthorne drive. they say a man barricaded himself inside and claimed he had a bomb. deputies say they sent k-9s in last night and ended the standoff. the bomb squad found and declared the alleged bomb safe. the man was taken to the hospital for a dog bite. officers are investigating a shooting in clinton. clinton public safety officials tell us that a number of people were injured. it happened last night near north broad street. no word on how many or the extent. but officials do not believed -- believe anyone suffered life-threatening injuries. at this time, no suspect has been arrested. allyson: clemson university is cleaning up tillman hall once it
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geoff: wyff news 4's aly myles brings us the latest. aly: this is not the same scene we saw yesterday. just a few hours ago where that wall was blank, that was where we saw graffiti messages where someone spray-painted the name named after. they did cover up that with posters, clemson beat bama, and they used the chantry and chip -- the championship banners to cover up the graffiti. it calls for the university to rename the hall and stop honoring then tillman, cash stop honoring ben tillman. tillman was an avowed white supremacist, which has stirred up a lot of debate on the campus. the building was also vandalized in july. the same week the confederate flag was removed from the statehouse grounds. >> i suppose it's unfortunate that someone felt the need to take that particular course of action. aly: a university spokesperson says they hope this crime doesn't take away from efforts
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history. right now, the university is looking to charge the person responsible. again, you see the signs that were put up to cover the graffitti. signs supporting the football team as they head national championship game. happening this morning just down the way at the westzone on centinnial boulevard, the athletics department invites you to help send off the players to arizona. the gathering starts at 11:45 and the buses will be loaded about 12:30 en route to the national title. clemson. geoff: thank you. a wyff news 4 update in simpsonville, more cases of vandalism are being reported. the greenville county sheriff's office says there are about eight cases of potential malicious damage. three of those cases involved houses less than a mile from the rocky creek missionary baptist church. the owners say they had car windows shot out the same morning as the church had its windows shot out of its vans and
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two other churches also reported window damage outside of greenville county's jurisdiction but still within simpsonville. allyson: and an update in seneca, a mother is in trouble with the law a day after her boyfriend was charged with dropping and stepping on her baby daughter. leroy morris faces several charges, including unlawful conduct toward a child. officers say he lives with whitney barnwell. officers filed similar charges against her yesterday, and a judge denied bond for leroy morris. the mother's bond was set at $75,000. right now, the child is at the greenville health system. she's only 48-days-old. geoff: an update in hendersonville, where police say four people now face charges in connection with the death of a man found alongside a road. police say shawn hall and crystal hernandez face charges of accessory after the fact. police charged shawn hollifield and savannah walker with murder wednesday. police say they found deque taylor dead on december 3 on ninth avenue near hendersonville
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a spartanburg county woman now faces arson charges after a house fire last september. 54-year-old sherri shockley was booked yesterday into the spartanburg county detention center. deputies say that when arrested in september, shockley tried to escape from the patrol car. allyson: flags in anderson county are at half staff in memfory of state senator william billy o'dell. the senator died in his sleep thursday morning. he became a state senator in 1989, serving district four. that's abbeville, anderson and greenwood counties. he was 77-years-old. geoff: commitment 2016, the greenville tea party has put the holiday season behind and is now gearing up for the political season. about 60 members of the group met in downtown greenville last night talking about politics and politicians. the south carolina, first in the south, primary is about six weeks away. the tea party doesn't endorse candidates but tells its members what to evaluate for before voting. donald trump and ted cruz are
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republicans in the latest polls. many at this gathering are still trying to decide. presidential candidates are campaigning hard in early voting states with caucuses and primaries on the way. allyson: that includes donald trump. nikole killion joins us. nikole: donald trump comes to the palmetto step -- state after drawing a crowd in vermont. they handed out 20 thousand free tickets for a venue that only seats 1400. weeding out votes if they do not say yes to terms border. donald trump escalates his attacks against the clintons and that includes anthony weiner and comedian bill cosby.
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president brushed aside questions same, there are plenty of -- there is plenty of time to discuss those matters at donald nominee. allyson: i-85 near 153 is pretty busy. wet roads as you head out this morning, so give yourself extra time. we are not looking at accidents right now which is good news for your friday morning commute. some construction in greenville at all spark drive, closed today , doing construction in that area and lane closures on highway 76 between may street. those continue throughout tomorrow. travel times on the interstate, get out right now, looks good. let's take a look at i-385. everything moving smoothly, especially around haywood road. desk. this morning.
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now as we look out back to the city of spartanburg. light rain, 43 degrees, cloud cover overnight. they will only get up to about 54 and afternoon high today. rain over the area, showers in western north carolina and most everybody getting some. heavier showers in northeastern georgia and on again and off again showers will continue to the morning and should wrap up by the afternoon. here is an expanded view of the country, part of a big flow. cold front stretching all the way to florida breaking early rain and by lunch time, it should be over. another low expected to bring us evening. here's our computer model, showers in the morning wrapping up around 12:30, 1:00, and tomorrow morning. more action tomorrow night and
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it should end. a couple of chances for getting rain this weekend. better rather to start next week. it will be colder after this next front comes through. morning temperatures all over the place from 49 in clemson to 31 in boone. spartanburg at 43, and we have temperatures in the mid-40's from mauldin to fountain inn, 44 in woodruff at this hour. 50 may be the best we see. a light breeze is out of the northeast from a to 12 plus. tomorrow, temperatures and that 49 to 50 range with showers expected tomorrow afternoon and night. sunday it clears up for the upstate and gets back to 54. after that, cooler air works its way in. monday morning, you will need a warm coat with 25 in the mountains, 30 in the upstate and upper 30's to mid 40's. >> there are days i tell them
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geoff: this week's golden apple winner teaches an all-boy third grade class. how he says he's getting great results. we stop arthritis pain, so you don't have to stop. because you believe in go. onward.
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announcer: you are watching geoff hart, allyson powell, and weather with meteorologist dale gilbert.
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allyson: this week's golden apple winner was asked last year to take on an all-boy second grade class. geoff: it went so well, he agreed to move up to third grade to teach the boys again. here's how he's getting great results. dressed for success, welcome to bow tie thursday in parker rowland's third grade class at monaview elementary. >> they've gotten a lot of compliments about being snazzy or looking very sharp. >> the boys will even tell you, they feel smarter when they're wearing dress shirts and bow ties. geoff: it's just one of mr. rowland's strategies to get the best from his all-boy class, in what is an active learning and moving environment. >> thinking outside the box, it may not always be tied to the standards, but if they're happy and they're learning, i'm good with it. geoff: there are pedals. >> they're actually more engaged in their book, like the shirts and bow ties, they were donated to the class.
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reading. boys just don't like to sit still. it's totally understandable, i don't like to be still either. geoff: also, helping to keep distraction at a minumum. >> they can kick it, stomp on it. geoff: bungie cords across the bottom of their chairs. and these white boards mr. rowland attached to the top of their desks allow for more interaction, especially with math. and the socks make the clean up fun, too. >> is your hand up? geoff: tracy aguilar says mr. rowland has really helped her son paco with anger and learning issues. >> oh, paco likes him. he really likes him. >> seeing those changes has really made me feel like i'm making a difference. not just as a teacher but as a friend to them. geoff: and he's tapped in to the kid president's guide to being awesome, celebrating their
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positive. >> i think this is where i belong. i know my heart is in it. i would do anything for any of those boys. geoff: mr. rowland, letting boys be boys, and, boy, are they learning in his third grade class at monaview elementary. we have decided we are going to get those pedals during the morning as we read under the desk. allyson: i like that. geoff: fabulous class, an amazing teacher. allyson: i love that. geoff: you can nominate a the golden apple award. application at any ingles store. jacket.
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>> now, your live super doppler 4 hd forecast. dale: coming up on 6:18 as a look out for my paris mountain point of view w. we haveet roads -- we have wet roads this morning with heavier showers in western north carolina, northeastern georgia and into oconee. this is part of a low pressure system around the great lakes with the cold front trailing all the way back down to florida. you will get rain from this at this morning and it should be over by lunchtime today. clouds of linger and another low
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here is the next 48 hours. rain from this system is over by lunchtime and clouds continue through the day tomorrow. about 3:00, 4:00, it gets active continuing into early sunday morning before it tapers off. this weekend and the first on should be over around lunchtime. 45 in greenville, 46 and anderson, 47 in abbeville, low 40's in the mountains. by the end of the day, 50 may be the best we do. yesterday, we got up to 60 sunshine, but averages 52. 50 is our anticipated high today with clouds. asheville normally sees 47, we will do a couple degrees better with an expected high of 49 to 50. that is the weather make up for the south rain. snow behind the system in parts
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rockies where it is cold enough, that we don't anticipate winter weather today or tomorrow, just rain. for temperatures, 49 to 50 for the upstate, same story for the mountains, upper 40's to 50 for highs today. as we look ahead with the four day plus forecast, rain tomorrow afternoon and night into early sunday before it tapers off. temperatures about the same tomorrow. on sunday, a high of 54 with sunshine on sunday afternoon. one day, cooler temperatures arrive in the 20's and 30's range monday morning with warm jackets needed. upper 30's to mid 40's on monday and tuesday. try monday through thursday -- dry monday through thursday of next week. allyson: taking a look at the roads on i-85 with traffic picking up around the pelham road area.
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road, an accident without injuries. the only one this morning. roads close in greenville, installing a crane for a project that all spark drive between main street and bob's alley. it will be closed today. construction on highway 76 in anderson between may street and lafrance road through tomorrow. slow down there from link closure's. 85 looking at a speed limit drive and interstate looking good. the careful and sleep extra space. -- and leave extra space. that should be the traffic. geoff: thank you. in money matters, wall street is trying to recover after major loss, most of it prompting over concerns over china, which shut down trading twice. there are volatile again today, but they did close up. wall street dropped almost 400
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of china's economy. the dow jones has lost over 900 points since new year, the worst start on record. the clemson tigers will leave from death valley at about noon today, heading to arizona for the national championship game against alabama monday. our wyff 4 sports team has already landed in the desert, and sports director brad fralick found himself among the cacti. brad: welcome to the desert , phoenix, arizona site of the , college football national champ game. we have arrived. we are finally on the ground. took all day of flying to get here, but we are finally here. the clemson tigers will arrive ahead of the game and this is not like a bowl game, so there's not like a lot of fun things. it's more like a normal game week. they'll arrive on friday, media day saturday, they'll practice, and then it's head coaches' press conferences saturday, and a game on monday. make sure you follow us in arizona on social media, ace
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we will have something every day leading up to the game. brad fralick wyff news 4 sports. look out for the cactus. >> are you going to sneeze? [laughter] >> are you going to sneeze? >> no, no. >> oh, yeah. >> no problem. allyson: actor mark ruffalo tries using one of jimmy fallon's inventions. plus, a new one fallon says he's
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that's next. allyson: if you missed "the fallon, you missed actor mark ruffalo displaying an invention of fallon's. how it works. take a look. >> you designed this. >> i invented that. >> yeah, did you see this? [laughter] >> that's not what you do with it. >> the jimmy fallon. >> that's not what you do with it at all. >> how do you do it? >> let me see. >> you just pull 'em out of your pocket. just like >> i don't know if this is a working. it's not a working pocket, but if this was a working pocket, i would pull it out of this
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geoff: tillman home vandalized again at clemson university. wyff news 4's aly myles live with more.
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from washington with more from the campaign trail, including controversy with trump. this morning, the clemson tigers it ready to head to arizona. geoff: this is sky4 video after winning at the orange bowl. you are ininted to send them off at 11:45 on senate tenniel boulevard and then they will leave at 12:30 and take on alabama on monday night in arizona. allyson: a live look outsidede from idea to camera eye-85 and pelham road. wet roads. let's check in with dale gilbert. dale: rain falling across the upstate and mountains this morning, so watch out for slippery conditions. a rain jacket will be a good idea. most should be over by noontime. this will be wave number one of rain and another expected tomorrow afternoon and evening and push through the carolinas and georgia late saturday night.
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from the 40's this morning and then cloudy for the ride home. high temperature 54 the upstate and mountains today. we will talk about what the first of the week will be like allyson: thank you. new this morning, a suspect in the hospital after a standoff in anderson county. geoff: deputies say the bomb squad responded last night to a home on hawthorne drive. they say a man barricaded himself inside and claimed he had a bomb. deputies say they sent k-9s in last night and ended the standoff. the bomb squad found and declared the alleged bomb safe. the man was taken to the hospital for a dog bite. officers are investigating a shooting in clinton. clinton public safety officials tell us that a number of people were injured. it happened last night near north broad street. no word on how many or the extent. but officials do not believed -- believe anyone suffered life-threatening injuries. at this time, no suspect has been arrested. allyson: clemson university's tillman hall once again tagged with graffiti. geoff: police say someone spray
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against the man it's named after, calling for them to rename the hall and stop honoring ben tillman. tillman was an avowed white supremacist, which has stirred campus. the building was also vandalized the same week the confederate flag was removed from the statehouse grounds. >> i suppose it's unfortunate that someone felt the need to take that particular course of action. geoff: a university spokesperson says they hope this crime doesn't take away from efforts to tell the school's full history. right now, the university is looking to charge the person responsible. wyff news 4 update in simpsonville, more cases of vandalism are being reported. there are about eight cases of potential malicious damage. three of those cases involved houses less than a mile from the rocky creek missionary baptist church. the owners say they had car windows shot out the same morning as the church had its windows shot out of its vans and
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two other churches also reported window damage outside of greenville county's jurisdiction but still within simpsonville. allyson: and an update in seneca, a mother is in trouble with the law a day after her dropping and stepping on her baby daughter. leroy morris faces several charges, including unlawful conduct toward a child. officers say he lives with whitney barnwell. officers filed similar charges against her yesterday,y,nd a judge denied bond for leroy morris. the mother's bond was set at $75,000. right now, the child is at the greenville health system. she's only 48-days-old. geoff: an update in hendersonville, where police say four people now face charges in connection with the death of a man found alongside a road. police say shawn hall and crystal hernandez face charges of accessory after the fact. police charged shawn hollifield and savannah walker with murder wednesday. police say they found deque taylor dead on december 3 on ninth avenue near hendersonville high school. a spartanburg county woman now
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house fire last september. 54-year-old sherri shockley was booked yesterday into the spartanburg county detention center. deputies say that when arrested in september, shockley tried to escape from the patrol car. allyson: flags in anderson county are at half staff in memory of state senator william billy o'dell. the senator died in his sleep thursday morning. he became a state senator in 1989, serving district four. that's abbeville, anderson and greenwood counties. he was 77-years-old. geoff: commitment 2016, the greenville tea party has put the holiday season behind and is now gearing up for the political season. about 60 members of the group met in downtown greenville last night talking about politics and politicians. the south carolina, first in the south, primary is about six weeks away. the tea party doesn't endorse candidates but tells its members what to evaluate for before voting. donald trump and ted cruz are
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republicans in the latest polls. many at this gathering are still trying to decide. the candidates are campaigning hard with caucuses and primaries on the way, including donald trump and rock hill after controversy at vermont rally. nikole killion joining us live from our washington newsroom with more. good morning. nikole: good morning. donald trump will be in the palmetto state later today. this after stomping on bernie sanders' home turf in vermont. donald trump drawing an oversized crowd at the rally, distributing some 20,000 free tickets when the venue only had room for about 1400. they had to weed people out by asking folks if they were trump supporters. those who said yes, got to stay.
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featuring hillary clinton alongside her husband though clinton and other high profiled diggers embroiled in sex scandals, including anthony weiner and comedian bill cosby. bill clinton brushed aside questions, saying there is plenty of time to discuss those matters in trunk becomes the republican nominee. -- if donald trump becomes the republican nominee. geoff: what else do you know about his stop today? nikole: he will be visiting winthrop university at his latest stop. it's his latest stop ahead of south carolina's primary which is on february 20. and as you'll recall, it was when he was in south carolina last month that he made a controversial proposal to ban musliums from entering the united states. we will see what he says proposes tonight. geoff: nikole killion in our exclusive washington newsroom, thank you. other candidates are visiting, jeb bush is in pendleton today, columbia tomorrow and marco rubio will be in raleigh, north
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allyson: rain coming down could mean mse coming, but the one home maybe not so much? work? [laughter] dale: what? we will show you in a few
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dale: good morning. sunrise happens at 7:37 today.
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showers this morning and mid 40's feel cooler with that 10 to 15 mile per hour breeze out of the northeast. heavier showers in raven county and have a and this will work its way across the upstate -- havisham county and it will work its way across the upstate. below in the great lakes area with the trailing cold front and another couple of close expected to impact the gulf of mexico and all more moisture into the area tomorrow afternoon and night. we will have more rain this weekend. with our future post forecast in motion, the first wave of rain over by noon time and clouds overnight. about 3:00 4:00 in the afternoon tomorrow, it will get active. sunday, we will see some sunshine and better temperatures for the end of the weekend. colder air behind that will be felt monday morning. 21 in asheville, 45 in
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about the best for the mountains and upstate today will be 50. a quick look ahead with the four-day plus forecast, upper 40's to look at these tomorrow with showers beginning tomorrow and into the evening. sonny for the upstate tomorrow and the mountains may see a lingering shower into early sunday morning. monday will be clear and cold. temperatures in the 20's and 30 range in the morning and by the afternoon, what he six on monday for upper 30's in the mountains. -- 46 on monday for the upstate and upper 30's for the mountains. allyson: i have something to show you, i-85 northbound, accident on the shoulder with all the traffic in the north down planes moving slowly. this is near highway 29 at mile marker 66. starting to grow with the backup. we just saw an ambulance arrives, so it does have injuries involved. i-85 northbound, expect slow
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marker. in greenwood at stony point road and old laurens road, accident with no injuries. downtown greenville at falls park drive, construction between main street and blogs valley. that will be closed throughout the day. 26 and 40 at the speed limit drive. 43 minutes from i-26 to the north carolina and tennessee line. near anderson county, it is smooth, mark lyon driving on i-85 mile marker 27. wet roads, give yourself extra time and space. ricardo good morning, i'm : ricardo lecompte. south carolina remains the only school in the country with both an undefeated men and women's team. now a combined 28 and 0 after the gamecock women won last night over vanderbilt. tiffany mitchell had a hand in that victory, but in the first quarter, she took a nasty spill.
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did return. and showing no ill effects. second quarter, gamecocks down one. mitchell with a south carolina three. and vandy tied at 31 at the break. still tied in the fourth quarter. mitchell with the steal and the lay-up. mitchell led the gamecocks with 22 points. close games at the gymnasium. a four-point margin victory the last day meetings. tina roy pitched and 13 off the bench and later khadijah , sessions with a big corner three and 10 on the night. the gamecocks move 14 and zero with a 71-621 victory over vandy. geoff: thank you. the live look from tillman hall on the clemson campus where it
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allyson: taking a look at the roads, speed limit drive on 26 and 40, but on i-85 northbound near mile marker 66 near highway 29, accident with injuries and causing a slow down. wet roads this morning could potentially you down. -- potentially slow you down. dale: as we take a look from our woodruff road skycam, traffic picking up inbound and outbound. we have slippery roads across the region. we will see more showers between now and noontime.
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through with cloudy skies remaining. it will not warm up much today. yesterday, up to 60. today, maybe 50 as the best we see. temperatures ranging from low 40's and asheville with temperatures in the 41 range from waynesville to weaverville. provide at 43 and close to fit -- provide at 43 in close to 50 today. -- brevard at 43 and close to 50's today. it clears up sunday for the upstate and the mountains may have a lingering sunday morning shower. look at the cold temperatures on monday morning. 25 in the upstate. have the warm coat ready as the kids get ready to go back to school. allyson: thank you. the clemson tigers are heading to the national title game in
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geoff: let's take a look at video after winning the orange bowl. you're invited to send them off beginning at 11:45 at the westzone on centinnial boulevard, the athletics department invites you to help the gathering starts at 11:45 and the buses will be loaded national title. allyson: a standoff in anderson county. the bomb squad was called to a home last night after a man barricaded himself inside and indicated he had a bomb. the device was located and declared safe by the bomb squad. according to the sheriff's office, a k-9 was sent in after him. the man is now in the hospital being treated for a dog bite. geoff: officers are investigating a shooting in clinton. clinton public safety officials tell us that a number of people were involved. happened last night near north broad street. no word on how many or the extent, but officials do not life-threatening injuries. at this time, no suspect has been arrested. allyson: clemson university is was type of graffiti.
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aly: the graffiti is gone now, but if you take a look hind me, that blank space on the wall underneath, that is where messages were written, talking about the men that this building is named after. this is tillman hall. you can see the spirit signs that are up, clemson the hammock, that was covering up the graffiti until they were able to get it cleaned off. this video shows the messages painted on the building, calling for the university to rename the hallllnd stop honoring ben tillman. tillman was an avowed white supremacist, which has stirred up a lot of debate on the campus. the building was also vandalized in july. the same week, the confederate flag was removed from the statehouse grounds. a university spokesperson says they hope this crime doesn't take away from efforts to tell the school's full history. right now, the university is looking to charge the person responsible. aly myles wyff news 4 live
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allyson: thank you. an updated simpsonville with more cases of vandalism being reported. they say there are about eight cases of potential malicious damage. geoff: three of those cases involved houses less than a mile from the rocky creek missionary baptist church. the owners say they had car windows shot out the same morning as the church had its windows shot out of its vans and daycare. two other churches also reported window damage outside of greenville county's jurisdiction but still within simpsonville. allyson: and an update in seneca, a mother is in trouble with the law a day after her boyfriend was charged with dropping and stepping on her baby daughter. leroy morris faces several charges, including unlawful conduct toward a child. officers say he lives with whitney barnwell. officers filed similar charges against her yesterday, and a judge denied bond for leroy morris. the mother's bond was set at $75,000. right now, the child is at the greenville health system. she's only 48-days-old. geoff: an update in hendersonville, where police say four people now face charges in connection with the death of a man found alongside a road. police say shawn hall and
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of accessory after the fact. police charged shawn hollifield and savannah walker with murder wednesday. police say they found deque taylor dead on december 3 on ninth avenue near hendersonville high school. allyson: a spartanburg county woman now facing arson charges after a house fire last september. 54-year-old sherri shockley was booked yesterday into the spartanburg county detention center. deputies say that when arrested in september, shockley tried to escape from the patrol car. geoff: flags in anderson county are at half staff in memfory of -- in memory of state senator william billy o'dell. the senator died in his sleep thursday morning. he became a state senator in 1989, serving district four. that's abbeville, anderson and greenwood counties. he was 77-years-old. allyson: three people were taken into custody following a police chase in anderson county. the chase ended along i-85.
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street when officers spotted the car that was reported stolen in travelers rest. deputies arrested three people. the driver kayla gosnell faces multiple charges, including failure to stop for a blue light and receiving stolen goods. the passengers, danile o'brien and carla ryder, face charges of receiving stolen goods. geoff: dabo swinney's brother was arrested in florida, accused of harassing and cyber stalking his estranged wife. dabo said all he can do is help his brother because his brother makes his own decisions. you will find the full statement at www.wyff4.com. governor haley is hiding out a plan to fight domestic violence in south carolina. allyson: she said she is giving her task force more time to continue finding ways to deal with the issue. she also is looking at how domestic violence cases are prosecuted in the state. >> in my executive budget, you
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take away domestic violence cases from officers and assign prosecutors. we are going to add new 144 prosecutors. we are going to put three new judges into the circuit court, and we will have more money in there for public defenders. allyson: governor haley created the task force a year ago. our sports team is live in arizona with coverage to the national championship game, but we are preparing you with an hour-long special on monday night beginning at 7:00. we will be live from the university of phoenix stadium with everything you need to know. geoff: we also have our live wire, in this video in the right now bar at the top of our wyff 4 cap and -- app and www.wyff4.com . it is a collection of tweets, featuring videos from the 1981
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what is the latest when it comes to i-85? allyson: i-85 northbound at mile marker 66, highway 29, off on the shoulder, so not really greatly affecting traffic, but it was slope or earlier and could be slow as traffic picks up. wet -- wet roads will cause a problem. construction downtown greenville that will close walls park drive. take a look at mark lyon driving on i-85. clear in anderson county, but using the windshield wipers so be careful with wet roads. dale: i did not know those news cruisers could do 100, way to go, mark. [laughter] 6:55 as we take a look at northeastern georgia, upstate south carolina. wet and slippery roads, so give yourself extra time.
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expanded view, this is a vent number one. another event expected tomorrow afternoon and evening, bringing more rain before clears up for sunday. mid 40's and greenville to greenwood, low 40's and asheville. temperatures reach into the 50 range for highs today. clouds will keep you cooler. another chance of rain tomorrow afternoon and night for saturday and sunday looks mostly sunny, 54 in the upstate, 40's in the mountains. holder on monday. a lot of talk of -- colder on monday, but on sunday, the clemson basketball team plays at bon secours at noon. geoff: "today" coming up next. donald trump's attacks on the clintons intensify. that is ahead on "today." allyson: pick up a copy of the greenville news.
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have been talking clemson football, but south carolina football. geoff: with him returning, it looks like your dad's record that has stood for some time on the stadium -- allyson: made be gone. my dad says, records are made to be broken, but i think it is three interceptions to tie it and break it. if he gets him, that is great. the gamecocks will be good. geoff: good to see him come back. let's take another look at the roads. allyson: let's get back to idea to camera on i-85 north found at mile marker 66 on highway 29, watch out for an accident. be careful. geoff: clemson fans will send out the team around 11:45. dale: coakley the rain will have ended by then and just cloudy for the afternoon. -- hopefully the rain will have
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