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, by south carolina governor nikki haley and local leader reaction as well. housing coat breaking news this morning 10 u.s. sailors detained , in iran have been released according to iran's state-run tv. u.s. officials have not yet confirmed the release. cnn reports iranian officials interrogated the sailors about their motives. iran says evidence suggests the sailors unintentionally entered iranian waters because of a mechanical failure with their navigational system. patrick: a side note for those of you in mitchell county. mitchell county schools are on a two-hour delay this morning. this is a live look at our i-85 and i-385 skycam. still pretty clear this let's point. now get a check of the weather with dale. dale: today we will have clear, cold conditions early, more clouds building tomorrow and tomorrow night into friday. that is when we will see our next chance for rain. no problems today. to voters in the 20's with a few
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upstate. it feels cooler because of the breeze blowing. more like 13, 14 mile-per-hour wind in the mountains will step hendersonville and asheville, feels like 11 this morning. warm coat is a good idea. lawrence feels like 25 with the breeze. i the end of the day, temperatures will reach 46 for the upstate and for the mountains, upper 30's to 40 is about the best we will see today. we will talk more about what the rest of the week will be like in just a few minutespatrick: the president's final state of the union is in the books and the reviews are in. allyson: president obama is now hitting the road today to pitch his message. nikole killion has more from our exclusive washington newsroom. nikole: today president obama travels to omaha, nebraska where he'll meet with a local family, then he will deliver remarks touching on some of the same themes from last night. >> i believe in change and i believe in you the american people.
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as confident as i have ever been that the state of our union is strong. thank you. nikole: in his final state of the union, the president cited his accomplishments over the last seven years from the economy to health reform but he , also looked past his presidency telling americans they have a choice in the next election. he took veiled shots at some of the republicans running. many of the candidates took to social media, while south carolina governor nikki haley delivered the official gop response saying the president has fallen short of his soaring words. in washington, i'm nikole killion. patrick: following the state of the union south carolina , governor nikki haley became the first south carolinian to deliver the gop response. the governor criticized president obama's record on the economy, and she turned to frustrations in washington as well. >> many of your frustrations are my frustrations a frustration , with the government that has grown day after day, year after
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better. a frustration with the same endless conversations we hear over and over again. a frusration with promises made and never kept. patrick: the governor also spoke of the killings last june of the emanuel nine in charleston. allyson: south carolina's u.s. senators also responding to the president's final state of the union. here's senator lindsey graham. >> a majority of american's believe that our country is headed in the wrong direction. unfortunately, i believe they're right. and i heard nothing tonight to suggest that we're going to change course. at home, our economy is stagnate . abroad, our nation is very much at risk. i heard nothing from the president tonight to suggest that we're actually going to destroy isil. allyson: taking a closer look at the state of the union now we're
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felkel. budget go chip, thank you for coming in. what's the big takeaway from thestate of the union? >> last time, to term, your chance to remind everybody what you did. he did some of that. i thought he was a little more partisan at times than he necessarily had to be, but it was kind of "this is what i've done for you, i'm reminding you what my successes have been." but he crammed in a lot of stuff and i think it was maybe one of the problems with his speech, although, it was very casual. patrick a like a bit of a legacy. >> it was him is like leaning over a barnes and, hey, let me tell you what we have been doing. if you look at the mannerisms, it was not nearly as formal as past state of the union speeches. he got his points in, took a few jabs that some people. it was the obama last date of the union, and use every right
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thinks he is a copper store not. -- what he is accomplished or not. i'm not sure changed anything. allyson: what do think about what governor haley had to say? >> i thought she did a fantastic job the weather was on the second amendment, immigration. actually, i thought taking the position she took, toning down the angry voices on the republican side, clear shot at trump -- which i think a lot of people think needs to be done by moore in the party to tone things down. i thought she did a very good job. it is a precarious role to be asked to give the state of the union. others have failed miserably. she did a good job. patrick: thank you, check. we'll talk again with you at 6:30 looking at a more local impact. and we'll also have marc sandalow live from washington a little later. allyson: covering the upstate
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, threat made by local activists would promote direct conflict with police. the group fighting injustice togegeer says excessive force was used when police arrested 21-year-old jaquan williams last month for possession of marijuana. you're looking at dashcam video of the incident. williams says the incident caused him to lose a tooth. the group is calling for positive action soon or says it will disrupt woodruff road. chief ken miller says that would be against the law, and cause direct conflict with police and the public. patrick: officials in spartanburg county are investigating after a woman was found bleeding from a possible shooting. this is sky 4 video of dive crews searching the south tyger river near reidville road for evidence. deputies say a woman was found face down in the grass on the side of a home last thursday night. deputies are not releasing any other details. allyson: taking a look at the roads, you can see this is charleston, climate, rock killed in greenville all over the state, traffic is moving smoothly.
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take about. icy patches in mitchell county this morning could cause a little bit of a delay in the area. looking at your instruction in anderson county -- construction in anderson county, could slow you down with something closer's. we have an accident in spartanburg county and it is blocking the roadway this time. work pine street at upper valley falls road, watch out for that. still have a road closure downtown greenville between south main street and read street as they continue to work in the area. travel times on the interstate, smooth drive. that's your be the traffic. patrick: dale joins us again. you mentioned a little bit of sun, but cold. dale: the wind is still blowing enough in the mountains this morning to accentuate the cold, so dress appropriately. as we look at from the skycam, this is haywood road and 385
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no problems as far as upstate. two-hour delay for mitchell county schools. andrews in asheville, in the 20's. right at freezing for spartanburg and lawrence. let's check on if you have a committed is across the upstate. 31 for fountain inn. it will continue to drop after sunrise and slowly get back to the 40's for the upstate in the mountains, temperatures this afternoon in the mid to upper 30 range. here's the wind chill right now. 13, 14 mile-per-hour winds, so it makes it temperatures feel like 11 for asheville. lawrence feels like 25. it warm jacket is a good idea for the morning. you will not need the i'm relatively are tomorrow am a but you will on friday -- you will not need the umbrella today or
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allyson: a massive construction project is set to begin this month on the i-85/385 interchange. wyff news 4's aly myles is there live with more, next. patrick: plus, a world-record jackpot that could pay for that massive project four times. the powerball drawing is tonight.
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morning, coming up. allyson: the second largest scdot project in south carolina history starts this month. patrick: it's called the gateway project and will be at the interchange of i-85 and i-385, which you see here live from our skycam. wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live. >> we are here at the magnolia park area. you can see over my shoulder is where the interchange is. that is where the gateway project will begin in late january. it is set to cost $231 million, the second largest for dot in the state ever. we have video here showing the plans for the interchage. it's scheduled to finish in the 2019, design should cut down on traffic backups. >> the biggest benefit is we're going to have collector
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parallel mainline 85 and also interstate 385. it'll separate the traffic that's merging and entering the interstate from that traffic that's going straight through. >> the dot says on average, nearly 200,000 vehicles pass through the interchange every day. to stay up-to-date on lane closures and construction details, the dot encourages people to check @scdot piedmont on twitter. the project's name comes from the dot's belief that the i-85/385 interchange is more than just a crossroads, but the gateway of the upstate. dale: cold and clear. we will talk about our next
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dale: good morning. it is getting busy on woodruff road, 385 and 85, traffic picking up. right now's we look across the southeast, high pressure keeping us dry. we did have a little precipitation in the mountains yesterday at the higher elevations which has turned to ice, so mitchell county is on a two-hour delay. temperatures around the region, well, as you can see, we have 20's and teens and north carolina.
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mid-to-upper 30 range. it feels colder, even with a light breeze blowing as we check on a few communities like caesar's head at 28, lyman also at 28. fountain inn, simpsonville, 31. make sure the kids have a warm jacket. the mountains, make sure that gloves because 13 mile-per-hour wind makes it feel like 11 in hendersonville in asheville. single digits in boone waiting at the bus stop. by the end of the day, 52. typically this time of year, but not today. today, mid t tupper 40's in the upstate. the outlook for the mountains, normally this time in january, 47 would be an average high. but today, 38 may be the best we do. tomorrow, more typical temperatures and then clouds start building as the low in the gulf on friday will channel some moisture and we will get some rain. it looks like it is basically going to be a friday event for the upstate.
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lakes. you can see the single digits in chicago, minus three in minneapolis will stop we will see temperatures just a little cooler than normal today. 46 to 47 for the upstate for the afternoon, mountains upper 30's and are mostly sunny skies. as you look ahead, for the upstate, looks like it is just going to be friday we will get the rain and then dry enough for saturday and sunday will stop a little cooler to start next week. the outlook for the mountains may be a lingering shower into saturday morning. i sunday, dry and good weather for the start of next week, too. >> the roads around the state are looking pretty clear. this win in greenville, rock hill, columba, charleston as well, everything looking good. you heard dale talking about two-hour delays for mitchell, watch out for icy patches. sternberg county, north pine street, still looking at an accident that is blocking the
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an accident on fleming street extension and mineral springs road involving a deer. highway patrol working to clear that out of the road. westminster, highway 182, ok intermediate school in front of the school, may have a little bibi of a slowdown because an accident just into the traffic i will keep you updated. from 26 to the tennessee/north take a look at the dot camera -- patrick: thank you, aly. turning to oconee county now, today duke energy will test sirens in for it's nuclear station. you can expect to hear them around 11:50 this morning. the 65 sirens within 10 miles of the oconee nuclear station will be tested for three minutes to make sure each siren works properly. ricardo: good morning, i'm ricardo lecompte. the tigers are back in tigertown.
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thousands of fans greeted them from their trip back from phoenix, and the national temperature game. and the team very appreciative of the fans welcoming them back. it took the sting out a little bit of that loss to the crimson tide. >> oh, that means a lot. it brightens me back up. we were down from the game. we knew we had a tough loss, but seeing these people care so much about us, it just means a lot to us and have this support. >> when you come home and you have a reception like this, just shows we've got the best fans in the country, best university in the country, best team in the country. it just warms you heart to come home to a reception like this. ricardo: the tigers loving sing the fans signed autographs , for there's fans. clemson hosts 9th ranked duke at the well at 7:00. the tigers off to a 3 and 1 start in conference play. they look to improve with an upset win over the blue dedeils. undefeated and 19th ranked s carolina travels to tuscaloosa to battle alabama at 9:00.
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to 16 and 0. patrick: people across the country will be hoping that lady luck is on their side tonight. the jackpot for tonight's powerball drawing is now $1.5 billion. that's right, billion dollars. the cash value for that massive jackpot is now $930 million. allyson: that his world record jackpot. did you get your tickets? not. i still have time. yes, i still have time. that. patrick: you guys left me out on the was you that in the that's ok. on "the tonight shsh," kevin they play drink-o.
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how it turned out, coming up. marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked witliberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
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look at this sweet face. so sweet. ok, we're going to need a napkin gooey, flaky, happy. toaster strudel. allyson: if you missed "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon," you missed kevin hart challenging fallon to drink-o. patrick: it's essentially plinko from "the price is right" turned into a drinking game of various types of drinks. here's why hart wanted to play. >> now, kevin, you requested that we play drinko. why is that? >> because you're not good.
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>> i'm not good at this game. >> and i was like if i lose, what's the big deal? i get a chance to drink for free . patrick: hart first dropped the disk down the board of various drinks from champagne and whiskey to pea soup and tang. allyson: he ended up drinking mulled wine combined with hennessy. fallon then dropped his disk and ended up drinking capri sun mixed with pickle juice. kevin hart was ultimately decided the winner when his disk beat fallon's down on the next drop. patrick: that is disgusting. allyson: who comes up with this stuff? patrick: i don't think we're in danger of anyone doing that here, it looks pretty elaborate to set up. allyson: it is crazy. not crazy is the weather this morning. dale: it is a little cold. yesterday we had the winds.
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it is clear and cold, low 30's. now dropping to the upper 20's in spots in the upstate and teens and 20's in the mountains. we will stay dry today. watch out for a couple of slippery spots in some of the high mountain roads. our school salute picture today goes to calhoun academy of the arts. they're all dressed in orange and purple. many of the school were -- wore orange and purple in support of the tigers. thank you for sending in the great picture. we love to have a picture from your school when you something special going on your class, take a nice digital photo and upload ito our ulocal section at wyff4.com and we look forward to sending -- showing or school salute picture in the future. patrick: it's time now for your wyff news 4 timeline.
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>> our state was struck with shock, pain, and fear, but our people would not allow hate to win. after coke south carolina haley delivering the republican response. allyson: the reviews are in about the present state of they were union -- state of the union. patrick: breaking news this morning, 10 u.s. sailors detained in iran have been rereased. allyson: according to iran's state-run tv, arends has the sailors unintentionally entered iranian waters because of a mechanical failure with their navigational system. patrick: a side note for those of you in mitchell county. mitchell county schools are on a two-hour delay this morning. so keep that in mind. this is a live look at our i-85
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now. we will check on the weather. dale: clear and cold, temperatures a little chillier than what we normally get. daytime highs on the cool side for this time of the year. right now as we check out the map, temperatures ranging from teams in parts of north carolina to 20's and 30's across the upstate. let's see how it is going in pickens county, currently 28. chilly and easily at 30. low to mid 30's and oconee county. a cold beginning. anyone at all makes it feel colder -- any wind at all makes it feel colder. it feels lexington digits in boone, 10 in andersonville, 24 in lawrence with even a light breeze. make sure the kids are dressed warmly. by the afternoon, temperatures just reaching upper 40's for the upstate and mid to upper 30's expected for the mountains.
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on the cool side, but clear. we will talk about our next chance for rain in just a few minutes. patrick: the president's final state of the union is in the books and the reviews are in. actually, the seventh. allyson: president barack obama is now hitting the road today to pitch his message. nikole killion has more from our exclusive washington newsroom. nikole: today president obama travels to omaha, nebraska, where he'll meet with a local family, then s sak to a larger crowd touching on some of the same themes from last night. >> i believe in change and i believe in you the american people. that's why i stand here as confident as i have ever been that the state of our union is strong. nikole: in his final state of the union, the president cited his accomplishments over the last seven years from the economy to health reform but he also looked past his presidency, telling americans they have a choice in the next election and even taking veiled shots at some of the republicans running. many of the candidates took to
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carolina governor nikki haley delivered the official gop response, saying the president has fallen short of his soaring words. in washington, i'm nikole killion. patrick: following the state of the union, south carolina governor nikki haley became the first south carolinian to deliver the gop response. the governor criticized economy and turn to immigration as well. >> today we live in a time of threats. during anxious times, it can be call of the angriest voices. we must resist that tim tatian. no one who is willing to work hard, abide our laws, and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country. patrick: the governor also spoke of opening the borders and the threat of terrorism and talked
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emanuel nine in charleston. allyson: south carolina's u.s. senators also responding to the president's final state of the union. here's senator tim scott. >> i think, unfortunately, the president keeps talking about going at it alone as opposed to working in a bipartisan fashion to move the country forward. that does not engender confidence in the american people and doesn't create the type of environment that allows us to accomplish great things for the most amazing people in the world. so it would be nice for the president to not come here and be condescending towards congress, but actually look for a partner and making this country a better place and make the world a safer place. allyson: you can find both senator scott and senator lindsey graham's full responses on our wyff 4 app and wyff -- wyff4.com. patrick: taking a closer look at the state of the union now, we're joined by political analyst chip felkel. we just heard from nikki haley, the governor. let's talk about the role of south carolina played in the
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>> very significant that she was there representing the state and the republican party. she obviously has been seen as a rising star in the gop. i don't think this without question, some of the tragedy and catastrophe that south carolina faced last year raised her profile. i thought she did a very good job. i thought she gave voice was supposed to do, get the republican response to the democratic president. obama's speech, if you're a democrat you loved it and a republican, maybe not as much.her job was to give the republican response and i thought she hit the point she needed to hit and it so eloquently. patrick: she called it an address and not a response. senator graham, senator scott, their response afterward? >> not surprising. i think they're both frustrated by the way the president handled that. i think lindsey graham has been the one consistently that has talked about the dangers and threats from afar.
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have a disagreement on how to frame that. but i think -- their responses were expected from -- they're not veering from what they said in the past. nog new. they were disappointed and others were happy. patrick: chip, it is early, and thank you. >> i will take e r coffee in a second. allyson: this morning, reactions to president obama's state of the union are falling along predictable party lines. political analyst marc sandalow joins us live from our exclusive washington newsroom to discuss. good morning, marc. >> good morning. allyson: what does president obama want the country to take away from this speech? >> it was a rebuttal to what they've been saying on the campaign trail about obama. republicans for months of been talking y is weak and vulnerable and obama's main message was, get a grip. unemployment has been cut in half since he took office.
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the economy in the united states is the strongest in the world. the military, he says we're not facing any existential threats. this is not world war iii. this was, in many ways come almost a ronald reaganewsque don't look at the glass half empty, look at it as half full. it is morning in america again. for president obama. his address seven years ago? >> the first state of the union address, it would -- he talked about -- i compiled a list. preventing foreclosures, energy, carbon caps, health care reform, early childhood education, community college, job expenditures -- he had been warmest laundry list of things he wanted to get done -- enormous laundry list of things he wanted to get done. sitting over his left shoulder
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whereas seven years ago, it was nancy pelosi, democrat, who is willing work with him. seven years ago, i would wager tonight's lottery ticket on the fact no one could tell me who gave the republican response. not to rain on governor haley's performance, which is getting rave reviews and washington, but i will give you the edge to that, bob mcdonnell from virginia. the point is, a couple years out, republican response is pretty quickly forgotten. also go, thank you ,marc come always great to have you. patrick: we will take another look at traffic in a few minutes. the weather? dale: the problem will be this morning. cold temperatures, upper 20's as we look from the lord skycam and feeling colder with any breeze.
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weather just a few minut dale: good morning, hope your morning is off to a good start. we are dry across the carolinas and georgia, still some slippery spots on mountain roads. mitchell is on a two hour delay for schools stop a little precipitation overnight froze overnight.
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andrews, 19. 17 in boone. piedmont, upper 20's and low 30's. any breeze at all makes it feel colder like hendersonville feeling like 10 and lawrence a 24 feels like 29. as you look at tomorrow we will see those temperatures rebound back to 55 for the upstate, 50 in the mountains. friday, that is what we will sit good chance of rain, 50% to 60% chance of showers, might even be a little freezing rain and early changing over to rain. should taper off and be done by the upstate for saturday and looks dry, cooler weather next week in the 40's. >> a new accident to tell you about if you're headed out the door, wes parker road, an accident blocking the roadway. no word on the extent of injuries, if there are any.
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spartanburg, still clearing north high street and upper valley falls road. still blocking the roadway, working to get that out of the way. traveling to oak wait intermediate school, highway 182, an accident just in front of the school causing some slowdowns, dropping children off, so keep that in mind and maybe leave a little early this morning. 85, smooth speed limit drive on the interstate. looking good so far on the interstate. hopefully, it will stay that way for your wednesday morning commute. three to five looking good as well. -- 385 looking good as well. patrick: the south carolina department of transportation is beginning its second largest project in state history this month. it's called the gateway project and will be at the interchange of i-85 and i-385, which you see here live from our skycam.
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here and right behind me you can see the interchange where says over there. this is an expensive project. $231 million for the second largest for dot in the state ever. it is scheduled to finish the summer of 2019. crews say the new design should cut down on traffic backups. >> the biggest benefit, we will have collector distributor routes that will parallel mainline 85 and also interstate 385, separating the traffic that is merging. entering the interstate from that traffic going straight through. >> on average, nearly 200,000 cars pass through the interchange every day. to stay up-to-date on link construction, check out their twitter.
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from, dot believes the area is more than just crossroads, it is the gateway of the upstate. patrick: thank you. a live look down from st. louis. there is the arch. it is down the former home of the now los angeles rams. i'm thinking eric dickerson from the 1980's and i just dated myself.
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get this. i was at my shop tied up with a customer
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i had to get to the bank before it closed, so i made a break for it. when i got out it was almost closing time. traffic was bad. i knew i was cutting it close. but it was ok. i use td bank. it's got longer hours and stays open an extra ten minutes every day. i'm sid.
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>> the president's final state of the union is in the books. patrick: he is hitting the road to pitch his message, traveling to omaha first. >> i believe in change because i believe in you, the american people. and that is why i stand here as confident as i have ever been. that the state of our union is strong. patrick: the president cited is a, schmitz over the last seven years from the economy -- a cop schmitz over the last seven years but look past his presidency telling americans have a choice in the nextelection, taking built shot that some of the republicans running. allyson: south carolina governor nikki haley became the first south carolinians to deliver the republican response. e governor criticized presidents economy and turned to frustration and washington as well. the governor also spoke of the
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nine i charleston come in noting how the state responded with hugs, not rights, saying was a model the country should model after. more on the state of the union in a moment. patrick: we will go live to washington. first, a quick look at the traffic and the weather. dale: as her look out from paris mountain, starting to see early lights, sunrise at 7:37. a little cooler than what we had typically seen, low 30's in the upstate, even some upper 20's as the temperatures will drop even as the sun starts to come up. dry across the upstate and mountains this morning, but watch out a mitchell county, two spots. friday morning, we may see a little freezing rain develop with rain coming back to the rain on friday. today, we stay dry, chilly breeze in the mountains, 13 to 50 mile-per-hour winds makes it feel colder -- 1350
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upper 30's to 40 today. more on the weekend and the next report. >> you can see traffic picking up, gaffney, but everything moving smoothly. west blueridge drive it was parker wrote, an accident blocking the ralso one in spartanburg slowing things down, and if you're headed to oakland intermediate school, an accident front of the school's lloyd things on highway 182. the interstate is not slow at all. 85 and85 looking good. starting to pick up right around airport road. the second largest scdot begins. patrick: many of the roads will be affected. aly miles joins us live.
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$231 million, the second-largest in our history. if you look behind me, the area we're talking about, i'm currently standing in the shop 7 million park. you can see the interchange behind me.s begin in late january. take a look at the plans. it is scscduled to finish in the summer of 2019. we are talking about three years. crews say the new design should cut down on traffic backups will stop the scdot says on average, nearly 200,000 cars pass through this interchange every day. if you want to stay up-to-date on lane closures and construction details, you can head to their twitter. the projects name comes from the dot's believe this is more than just crossroads, this is the gateway to the upstate. allyson: covering the upstate,
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would promote direct conflict with police. patrick: the group says excessive force was used when police arrested 21-year-old joquan williams last month for possession of marijuana. this is dashcam video of the arrest. him to lose a tooth. the group is calling for positive action soon or says it will disrupt woodruff road. the chief says that would be against the law and the cause -- police and the public. allyson: a woman was found bleeding from a possible shooting. this is video of dive crews searching the south tyger river for evidence. deputies say woman was found face down in the grass on the side of a home last thursday night. deputies are not releasing any other details. patrick: police had to clean up a leaking mobile meth lab yesterday. officers say they discovered the lab in a truck during a traffic
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it appeared chemicals were leaking from the back of the truck. officers say they took two people into custody. akoni county, duke energy will do its quarterly test of its nuclear station sirens. you can expect to hear them around 11:50 this morning. the 65 sirens within 10 miles of the akoni nuclear station will be tested for 30 minutes. allyson: the clemson tigers returned home to a warm welcome by thousands of fans, even though it was cold outside. returned. fans said they wanted the tigers to know they're still number one, even after the disalosthe team arrived at the gates of night. they were tired, but more than happy to sign autographs. patrick: get your tickets, people across the country will be hoping that lady luck is on their side tonight. the jackpot for tonight's powerball drawing is at $1.5 billion. the cash fight for the massive jackpot is $930 million.
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-- tonight drawing is a world record. allyson: u.s. officials report all 10 american sailors captured by iran are on board uss getting initial medical checks. karen says the sailors unintentionally entered iranian waters because of a mechanical failure with a navigational system. we're taking one last look at the weather. dale: while it is a little cooler than normal today, just 40's for the upstate, upper 30's for the mountains, tomorrow it bounces back after a chilly morning and we will see sunny skies and highs of 50 to 55. have the umbrella ready on friday, looks like rain for the upstate and a chance for freezing rain in the mountains early, changing over to cold on friday. the upstate looks dry for the weekend. saturday, 53 for the high. sunday, 46.
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today, to begin next week. then we will see a warm-up by the end of next week, back to mid 50's. looks like a dry weekend for the upstate to look forward to. also go this morning, reactions to the president's final state of the union are following along hardy lines. patrick: marc joins us to discuss it. what to president obama want the country to take away from the address last night? >> you for the republicans on the campaign trail, they talk as they want to replace obama about change is necessary, how the country is vulnerable. obama's main point last night was, get a grip. the country is the strongest military in the world, the united states has the strongest economy in the world. this was very much a ronald reaganesque morning in america saying, let's not overstate our
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promised this would not be a traditional state of the union address. to president obama keep that promise? >> to an extent. he did not have a laundry list of things he wanted to a college. it was his last unthe state of the union is about as traditional of political had 20 as washington has to offer. -- patch entry as washington has to offer. the republicans for singly -- force himselelto sit there. he did not come out with the music. this was a traditional piece of political fever. allyson: thank you, marc. patrick: this morning on "today," following the president's final state of the union address, how republicans and democrats are reacting this morning. south carolina governor nikki haley will be live as well as just moments away on "today." hillary clinton just moments away on "today." , allyson: and be sure to pick up a copy of today's greenville news.
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her response and how she said south carolina responded to difficult year that is then put in front of us. dale: a dry day, chilly morning, cool night tonight. tomorrow, temperatures a little
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