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15 to 20 plus mile-per-hour winds expected, especially in higher elevations over 3500 feet. it will be dangerously cold to be outside of us you have hats warmly. morning temperatures range from 21 in andrews, 16 in boone. asheville at 23. communities in western north carolina, coldest. mars hill at 17. brevard at 25. take the 15 to 20 plus mile-per-hour wind. 14 in anderson will feel like colder. cold and windy area and lots of sunshine. temperatures will struggle to get to 40 in the upstate. temperatures in the upper 20's in the mountains. geoff: you have a jacket, the
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myra: aly myles is bundled up in hendersonville with more on this arctic invasion. aly: we are live here in downtown hendersonville. i can tell you it is a cold morning. the car is saying 25 degrees. the worst part is you can see just how windy it is, adding thth wind chill make it that with colder like you saw on dale's map. north carolina saw snow over the weekend. what you're seeing now is snow from mocksville along i-40 in davie county yesterday. the mountains also got a light dusting of snow. it didn't stay for very long. now, today is martin luther king, jr., day. many of you lucky enough to stay inside, but some also will be going out to take for activities. if you do go outside, make sure you bundle up.
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to anybody who watches our show in t winter. aly myles, wyff news 4, live in downtown hendersonville. myra: taking a look at the roads now, this is our woodruff road skycam. you might want to give yourself a few extra minutes to warm up the car and defrost the windows. ice on the roadway on rutherford road near spring street and scenic drive in traffic news this morning. turning to commitment 2016 now, sparks in south carolina as the democratic presidential candidates faced off in their on stage. from charleston with more. patrick: we came into this debate with two democratic candidates sparring out over the last couple of weeks and one of the candidates not sure he would be invited to the nbc debatein charleston, big groups of energetic supporters cheered for hours before the debate.
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o'malley carried that sparring to the stage in front of the south carolina crowd days before the iowa caucus. build on the affordable care act and improve it.senator sanders: what we have to million people still have no health insurance.clinton: he voted against the brady bill five times. he voted for the charleston loophole. senator sanders: think he knows what she says is very disingenuous. governor o'malley: the bottom and inconsistent when it comes to this issue. i am the one can on this stage that brought people together to pass gun safety legislation. clinton: we are having a big debate about reining in wall street. the republicans want to give them more power. centers:governor o'malley: i have put together a plan that would put cops on the beat in wpatrick: the primary is a couple of weeks out in iowa and
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senator sanders is leaving hillary clinton in iowa and new hampshire. we will have to see how this night in the low country plays out on the national stage. in charleston, patrick hussion, wyff news 4. myra: a 22-year-old from the upstate is one of the 12 missing marines after a helicopter crash in hawaii. this is sergeant jeffry sempler during his senior year at woodruff high school. he graduated four years ago and and the principal says he had a , quiet personality while in officials say sempler and 11 other marines were traveling in two helicopters during a nighttime training mission last on thursday. somehow, the helicopters crashed. crews continue battling bad weather and pounding waves as they search for the marines. geoff: now to anderson county, where authorities continue to investigate this morning after finding human remains spread out the deputy coroner tells us the remains were found last night near the intersection of river and mcneely roads.
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year. investigators say there is no way at this time to determine the age, gender, or race of the remains because of their investigators are checking continue their investigation at also in anderson county, the coroner has released the name of the victim in a deadly crash. authorities say 42-year-old stephen l. christenbury crashed sunday afternoon at smith mcgee road and good hope church road. troopers say it was the third deadly crash in southern anderson county within 24 hours. geoff: big sports news this morning. the carolina panthers are headed to the nfc championship after beating a familiar foe, the seattle seahawks. a raucous crowd at bank of cheer about. jonathan stewart with a 59-yard run on the first play of the game. he would score a couple of plays
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he had three touchdowns on the day. the panthers defense also scoring early. luke kuechly says thank you. carolina built a 31-0 halftime lead. what a pass right there. 31-24 the final in carolina. carolina advances to the nfc championship game for the first time in more than a decade. wyff news 4 sports director brad fralick has more now from charlotte. brad: what a game by the carolina panthers. you want to talk about a tale of to have? out to eight huge lead and a by t the second half. after the game, ron rivera said that is what great quarterbacks the football game of the carole to it is everything you strive vision. we have not accomplished everything yet.
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teams on the way nclb one of them they have been a watermark in the nfc and we have the opportunity we want. arizona. they are the number two seed for a reason. they have a dynamic quarterback and some playmakers as we saw last night. they have an aggressive defense. this is a team that will play well. brad: the panthers advance to the nfc championship game for the fi since 2005. next sunday will be the first time carolina has ever hosted a championship game. eight 6:40 p.m. eastern kickoff. geoff: thank you. a look at the schedule. new england is at denver. then, arizona at carolina. a homecoming of sorts for the cardinals who have a bunch of guys from this area on their roster. the winners of these two games meet february 7 in super bowl 50.
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temperatures, does it make you want to look someplace for ice fishing? dale: no. one of the few times i might turn down a fishing trip on a day like today. the cold winds will impact you. bad. yesterday, it made it feel colder. even more so this morning. downtown greenville. it is kind of deceiving. it is chilly across the region. wind chill advisories for the higher elevations of north carolina. that will continue until noon today.
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it feels like six right now in downtown hendersonville. -4 in boone. 23 in greenwood and greenville this morning with the breeze. here is a quick look ahead. tomorrow. day. lots of sunshine. we see it get back to the 40's in the afternoon by wednesday. early thursday morning, a chance of rain and snow makes changing over to rain on friday morning. myra: happening today, how pastor clementa pinckney will be honored in washington on martin luther king, jr., day.
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announcer: you're watching live, local, breaking news with geoff, and weather with meteorologist dale higeoff: happening today, the san diego chargers and soon-to-be los angeles rams will reportedly kick off formal negotiations. nbc sports cites "the orange county register" saying the negotiations will be about the possibility of a joint stadium venture. the nfl just last week approved the rams' move from st. louis back to los angeles. they also approved allowing the chargers to join them. myra: it's martin luther king, jr., day. the president and first lady
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in service again this year. last year, they visited a boys and girls club in washington, d.c., along with daughter malia. fbi director james comey and others will take part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the king memorial cemetery in washington. attorney general loretta lynch will speak at the national action network's annualy breakfast. that's where jennifer pinckney will receive an award on behalf of her late husband pastor pastor clementa pinckney. , he was one of nine people killed in the charleston church shooting last summer. we also have a lot of local service of ends events and breakfasts for martin luther king, jr., day. more on those straight ahead. dale: cold and windy.
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announcer: now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. da: good morning. looking from paris mountain back to the city of greenville, we have clear skies, chilly temperatures. right at 30 now with a was breeze of seven making it feel colder you not seeing any precipitation in the upstate. just a flurry or two along the tennessee-north carolina border. all of the counties highlighted in light blue under a wind chill advisory until noon today
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feet and wins gusting -- winds gusting 15 to 30 making it feel dangerously cold. let's show you some current temperatures. 21 and injures. -- 21 in andrews. spartanburg currently at 28. 29 in mauldin and simpsonville. a cold beginning to the day, especially when you factor in a 10 to 14 mile-per-hour wind in the mountains. it makes it feel like six in hendersonville. -4 is how it feels in boone. low 20's is how it feels across the upstate. today it will get maybe up to 40 in the upstate. the cold blast from the great lakes is reaching down south.
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atlanta a chilly 31. the best we will see for the upstate is 40 or 41 today. the mountains into the low 20's and certainly to get back to the upper 20's for the afternoon. we will see a little improvement over the next few days. tomorrow, colder temperatures in the morning but not as windy. 50 on thursday by early thursday and friday morning, they chance of a rain -- a chance of a rain and snow makes clearing in time for the weekend. temperatures back to normal by sunday. myra: here is our look through our scdot camera on 85 north. you want to give yourself a few extra minutes to warm up the car and the frosted windows -- def rost the windows. ice on the road we in rutherford scenic drive. troopers reporting a collision with injuries in spartanburg
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we will keep an eye on the rose for you this morning. geoff: the south carolina women's basketball team one of left. dawn staley's gamecocks now a the end with number 15 texas second ranked south carolina with a free throw for the two-point lead with just seconds left in the game sunday, but a&m court and makes a quick layup for the tie at 58. then, the aggies make a mental mistake, fouling the gamecocks' khadijah sessions, who drains her second free throw for the lead. south carolina steals the in-bound pass with a second left to get the win 59-58. they travel to auburn on thursday. meanwhile, one of the best weeks in the history of clemson basketball comes to a close withthe college basketball world taking note of the tigers. clemson claiming three consecutive wins over top 25 teams for first time in program in is programs history.
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blossomgame a live interview on sports center and the capital one impact performance of the week. the tigers next top 25 matchup is tomorrow at 13th-ranked virginia. myra: on this martin luther king, jr., day, we have a lot of events in our area. many colleges are holding service days for their students so they can help out the y. clemson's starts at 8:00 a.m. with a blood drive at 10:00 a.m. furman and greenville tech start community service at 9:00 a.m. the sterling center in greenville will hold a breakfast and program at 8:30. the program will be a tribute to the way the south carolina responded after the charleston church shooting. the daughter of charleston church shooting victim ethel lance will speak at 11:00 a.m. at limestone college for an event there followed by a luncheon. greer city hall will hold a luncheon at 11:30. m. judson bookstore and cafe in
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musical tribute at 7:00 p.m. it will highlight the music that became symbolic of the civil rights movement. we will take a look at the u
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geoff: it is 6:45 on this holiday mondays a list take a look at some of the pictures you to u local over the last few days. myra: this from terry m gentry. snow on the ground in north carolina yesterday morning. gateway mountain near old fort. geoff: and from carol turc k14. snow at cliffs of glassy yesterday. nop golf. myra: from tiffanie elise. a snowboarder enjoying the snow at maggie valley. geoff: from kimberly westbury. pot of gold in her backyard. myra: look at these beautiful clouds in fountain in from debbie. geoff: talk about well framed here. a double rainbow. a rainbow there and then a double rainbow over chick fil a. some good shots right there.
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geoff: from nmorenz. not cat in the hat, but cat in the box. there is mickey the cat. get the pats out and get them back in on this day for sure. dale: the neighbor's dog, i was having breakfast and i kept hearing the dog howling. he got out and was in a hurry to get back in. with going on? it -- what is going on? it is cold and clear. a beautiful morning but a chilly morning around the region. wind chill for the mountains of north carolina continue until noon today. cold winds blowing across the mountains will make the teens and 20's and 30's feel much colder. bundle up. a cold windy day ahead today. we talk more about this in a few minutes. myra: it's time now for your
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18th day of january. on this date in 1991, financially-strapped eastern airlines shut down after 62 years. eastern was one of the big four airlines that dominated passenger airline service in the united states for nearly 50 years. geoff: eastern was the first to use the boeing 727 jet that revolutionized air travel, but
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strike in 1989. sen. sanders: we have a political revolution. sec. clinton: president obama has led our country out of the great recession. gov. o'malley: the truth of the matter is, secretary clinton, you did not go as far as reigning in wall street as i would. geoff: democrats debate in charleston and send sparks flying. more from the candidates coming up. happening now, the nfl playoff conference championships are set. a live look from those locations right now. the denver broncos will host the new england patriots. the carolina panthers will host the arizona cardinals. myra: it is a cold one. it feels even colder because of the windy weather out there. a live look from resort cams.com in boone, north carolina. not seeing in the snow like this in our cameras around here but we are dealing with cold temperatur anything that fell
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watch out. 31 in greenwood. teens and 20's across north carolina. we are seeing temperatures in laurens at 31. 31 in doue west. it will struggle to get to 40 in the upstate. factor in the 15 to 20 plus mile-per-hour wind in the mountains. feels like 4 in hendersonville, -4 in boone, 10 in asheville. dress up in the whole works because the wind will chill you down today. only expecting an afternoon high in the 40 range for the upstate and the mountains will struggle to reach into the upper 20's. we will be back and talk more about the rest of the week in justgeoff: we have been talking about the frigid temperatures inside. how about what it is like to be
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myles is bundled up in hendersonville. good morning. aly: not many people venturing out in downtown hendersonville thisas you saw, this is one of the coldest places. the wind is really picked up in the last few minutes in downtown hendersonville. i think it's at about 25 degrees on the car thermometer, and that is not including the windchill. this is the snow north carolina saw over the weekend. what you're seeing now is snow davie county yesterday. the mountains also got a light dusting of snow. it didn't stay for very long. now some snow along the north carolina-tennessee border. today is martin luther king, jr., day. a lot of you lucky enough to be at home and stay bundled up. i am very jealous. many of you will go out to breakfast and activities.
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aly myles, wyff news 4, live in downtown hendersonville. myra: thank you. turning to commitment 2016 now, sparks in south carolina as the democratic presidential candidates faced off in charleston in their final debate . patrick: we came into this debate with two democratic candidates sparring it out over the last couple weeks and one not sure if he would be invited to the debate. in charleston, big groups of energetic supporters standard and cheers for hours before the debate. hillary clinton, senator bernie sanders, governor o'malley carried that sparring to the stage just days before the iowa caucuses. >> there needs to be a concerted effort to address the systemic racism in our criminal justice system. one out of three african-american men may well end up going to prison.
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i want people here to think what we would be doing if it was one of three white men. >> i have heard you bring up president obama in south carolina in defense of the fact of your cozy relationship with wall street.in an earlier debate, argue bring of the 9/11 victims to defend it. the truth of the matter is you did not go as far as reigning in wall str went an attractive the matter is that people of america deserve to protecting the mainstream street. senator sanders: our first of isis. our second priority must be getting rid of assad through some political settlement working with iran, working with russia. the immediate task is to bring all interests together who want to destroy isis, including
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including our muslim allies to make a major priority. patrick: right now, the first primary is a couple of weeks out in iowa. according to a recent poll, senator sanders is leading hillary clinton out in iowa and new hampshire. we will have to see how this night in the low country plays out on the national stage. in charleston, patrick hussion, wyff news 4. myra: thank you. a 22-year-old from the upstate is one of the 12 missing marines after a helicopter crash in hawaii. here's sergeant jeffry sempler during his senior year at woodruff high school. he graduated four years ago and . the principal says he had a quiet personality while in school. officials say sempler and 11 other marines were traveling in two helicopters, during a nighttime training mission last thursday. somehow the helicopters crashed. crews continue battling bad weather and pounding waves as they search for the marines. geoff: in anderson county, authorities continue an
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in a wooded area. the deputy coroner tells us the remains were found last night near the intersection of river and mcneely roads. he says the remains may've have been there for as long as a year. investigators say there is no way at this time to determine the age, gender, or race of the remains because of their condition. investigators are checking missing persons lists and will continue their investigation at 10:00 a.m. myra: also in anderson county, the coroner has released the name of the victim in a deadly afternoon. stephen l. christenbury crd sunday afternoon at smith mcgee road and good hope church road. they say he was pronounced dead. troopers say it was the third deadly crash in southern anderson county within 24 hours. geoff: it was a big win against a familiar foe. the carolina panthers are a game away from the super bowl. highlights from sunday's game and a look ahead to next week' conference championship, . that is straight ahead.
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announcer: now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. dale: good morning. as we look at from our various skycam's, we have clear and cold
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30 in greenville. it feels colder. we have very cold conditions across western north carolina. windchill advisories about 3500 feet. dress warmly. hats gloves, multilayered is with temperatures in the teens and 20's this morning and 15 to 30 both mile-per-hour winds come it definitely feels colder. 23 in asheville. 14 in boone. upper 20's and 30's in the upstate. factor in the 15 to 20 plus mile-per-hour wind and five to 10 in the upstate, it feels like low 20's in anderson in greenville. 4 in hendersonville. -4 in boone. at times, it can feel like -10 in the higher elevations. dress warmly. tomorrow should be dry and cold again. by wednesday night and early thursday, a chance of a rain-snow mait will not state but it will
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thursday morning when he changerain. temperatures get back to normal by thursday reaching 50. cold today and tomorrow to start this week. myra: we are taking a look outside through our woodruff road skycam. highway patrol reports a wreck with injuries spartanburg on south pine street and rushing road. a collision with injuries in oconee county on interstate 85 near mile marker three. there is an advisory out in greenville of ice on the road near rutherford road and spring street and scenic drive. be careful out there. >> a year ago, the seattle seahawks ended the carolina panthers' season. on sunday, the panthers turned returned the favor, sending the seahawks back to draft. first play from scrimmage. jonathan stewart rips off a 59-yard run.
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7-0 carolina. the first of his two touchdowns in the first half. the all-pro linebacker with a pick six. that is the first exceeded postseason pick six in carolina history. here come the seahawks and here comes russell wilson. his second touchdown pass to tyler lockett. we are in the fourth quarter with a ballgame in charlotte . 31-24. time for the onside kick. check out who feels it. it is thomas davis, the veteran linebacker. he secures the wind for the panthers. brad fralick has more from bank of america stadium. brad: this game looks like a lot at halftime. 31-0 carolina. the offense got conservative in the second half and see i was able to get back into it with cam newton thankful they were
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super bowl. > the determination from this team, the vital you get -- the vibe you get is we are ready to do something we have not been here before. it is this family culture we have from the coaches over you to the management and the players. to see it come to fruition winning big football games like today means a lot. >> so blessed and privileged to see that. we are not done yet. we have to continue to keep fighting. we have to clean things up. just everything, oh we know the situation. >> you want to take advantage of the opportunities. they don't come around often. in my almost 10 years, this is the second championship game i played in. few and far between and hard to get to. take advantage of your chances when you get to. brad: four teams remaining in
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carolina panthers and arizona cardinals. arizona the number two seed in the nfc for a reason. they will battle next sunday for the right to go to super bowl 50 on the west coast. in charlotte, brad fralick, wyff news 4 sports. geoff: so after the weekend, here's the schedule for next sunday's conference championship games. new england will travel to denver to take on the broncos . then, arizona at carolina. it's a homecoming of sorts for the cardinals with about 20% of their roster having ties to t carolinas. the winners of these two games meet february 7 in super bowl 50. aly: below freezing temperatures in downtown hendersonville and a lot of wind. we will tell you where some
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myra: another cold week is upon us as we hit the coldest temperatures so far this season. somebody out there is very cold. geoff: very chilly, especially with the wind. aly myles joins us live with more from hendersonville in just a moment, but first, a look at the cold pattern with dale. dale: we start out this week very cold. clear in the upstate. a few flurries overnight in the mountains of north carolina. it is the windchill advisory we want to warn you about. higher elevations especially near the tennessee border with high winds blowing, it is very cold temperatures. dangerously cold to be outdoors without hats and g
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but you factor in the breeze at plus, and here is our feels. -5 in boone. 4 in hendersonville. low 20's across the upstate. dress warmly. it will only get up to 40 in the upstate. upper 20's in the mountains for highs today. a cold way to start this week. geoff: thank you. one person we know is dress warmly is our aly myles. myra: we definitely feel her pain. i should have loaned her my for hat this morning. good morning. aly: we are live here in downtown hendersonville. i think the wind is giving us a slight reprieve. i think it realize i had just about enough this morn it is about 25 according to the car thermometer, but when the colder. one of the coldest places on the map this morning. north carolina saw snow over the weekend. what you're seeing now is snow from mocksville along i-40 in davie county yesterday. the mountains also got a light
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this morning, some light snow flurries were worded along the north carolina-tennessee border. now, today is martin luther many of you will be in with the state inside today but if you do go outside, major you put on the coats, gloves, scarves, anything you can to stay warm because this weather is no joke today definitely very cold. aly myles, wyff news 4, live in downtown hendersonville. myra: thank you. a look through our scdot camera on 85 north near laurens road. highway reports a crush injuries on south pine street and rushing road. this one a collision with injuries in oconee county on interstate 85 near mile marker three near fairplay. there is an advisory in greenville for ice on the roads in the weatherford road spring
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turning to commitment 2016 news now sparks in south carolina as , the democratic presidential candidates faced off in charleston in their final de before the iowa caucuses. geoff: just before the debate, a surprise from the sanders' camp, releasing details of his universal health care plan, which hillary clinton pounced on. they also mixed it up on guns and wall street. the first primary is just two weeks out. a recent quinnipiac poll has bernie sanders leading hillary clinton in iowa and new hampshire. the democrats' next debate is not until february 11, after voting is over in both those of those states. myra: a 22-year-old from the upstate is one of the 12 missing marines after a helicopter crash in hawaii. this is sergeant jeffry sempler from his senior year at woodruff high school. he graduated four years ago. the principal says he had a quiet personality. officials say sempler and 11 other marines were traveling in two helicopters during a
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on thursday. crashed. crews continue battling bad weather and pounding waves as they continue to search for the marines. geoff: in anderson county, authorities continue an investigation this morning after finding human remains spread out in a wooded area. the deputy coroner tells us the remains were found last night near the intersection of river and mcneely roads. he says the remains may have been there for as long as a year. investigators say there is no way at this time to determine the age, gender, or race of the condition. investigators are checking missing persons lists and will continue their investigation at 10:00 a.m. myra: also in anderson county, the coroner has released the name of the victim in a deadly crash. 42-year-old stephen l. christenbury crashed sunday afternoon and was killed at smith mcgee road and good hope church road. he was pronounced dead at the scene. troopers say it was the third deadly crash in southern anderson county within 24 hours. geoff: people in florida are recovering after tornados ripped through the state.
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dozens of homes were destroyed this weekend as an ef2 tornado swept through manatee county. the national weather service says winds reached up to 127 miles per hour. in sarasota county, another ef2 storm blasted through the area. county officials say about 45 properties suffered more than $3 million in damage. florida power and light says more than 200,000 people lost power. myra: more national news. one utah police officer is dead and another injured after a traffic stop. police officer doug barney died from a single gunshot wound to the head yesterday. investigators say officers barney and john richie responded to a traffic accident. they reported seeing a man and woman walking away. they say officer barney approached the couple and the , man fired a single round, killing barney. minutes later, officers found the man cory henderson and exchanged gunfire, killing him. officer richie was struck three times. he is listed in stable
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police say the woman is still remains at-large. geoff: five americans have been released from prison in iran after the u.s. and iran negotiated a prisoner swap. three flew to switzerland, then went to germany last night. they went first to a u.s. military hospital. the five included a reporter, a minister, and a former marine. in texas, a group of iranians walked free one day after the iran nuclear deal took effect. myra: the latest attempt to land a rocket on a platform in the ocean ended up a flop. the company things went downhill yesterday. they could not elaborate on what went wrong, but it's we did the rocket hit the platform to hard okthis is the fourth failure for the company.
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rocketsx so it can custom cut the cost of space like. geoff: the president and first lady expected to join the country in service again this your on this martin luther king day. myra: last year, they were in d.c. with their daughter melia at the boys and girls club. they will take place at a brief laying ceremony at linking memorial cemetery in watching. their will be a speech at the king breakfast. clemente picked me was one of 9 people killed in a charleston church st year. geoff: a number of events in our area on this holiday. clemson is getting underway at 8:00 .they will hold a blood drive at 10:00 . myra: the sterling community center in greenville will hold a br 8:30. program will be attributed to
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after the charleston church shooting. the daughter of ethel lance will speak at limestone college for an event followed by luncheon. geoff: greer city hall will hold a luncheon. there will be a musical tribute at 7:00 p.m. this evening that will highlight t music that indicates symbolic of the movement. we look at our hilton greenville skycam. myra: highway patrol is reporting a wreck with injuries in spartanbustreet and rushing -- pine straight and rushing road. a wreck on 85 near mile marker three in spartanburg. an advisory in greenville ice around the rutherford road spring street scenic drive area. geoff: a quick note for you.
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main. it opens at 11:00 a.m. this morning and closes at 9:00 p evening. this is in downtown greenville. how will it be for skaters? skaters. it will stay i see all the -- icy all day. it is in the 20's this morning and it feels colder with a breezeit feels like single digits or below in the mountains. today. again tomorrow. low 30's. precipitation looks to be wednesday night eay thursday. we might see a little rain snow mix early on thursday but then it changes over to rain. morning. geoff: thank you. coming up on the today show just minutes away the democrats , square off in their latest debate with only two weeks left until the iowa caucuses.
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will have more coming up this morning. of the greenville news. you can read about the panthers. they are one game away from the super bowl. geoff: i said no way arizona will come in and win that game. we shall see. myra: have a great day. [captioning performed by the
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caption nc good morning. the gloves come off in the final democratic debate before the iowa caucuses. hillary clinton and bernie and health care. >> to tear it up and start over again, pushing our country back into that kind of a contentious debate, i think is the wrong direction. >> you received over $600,000 in speaking fees from goldman sachs in one year. >> while republicans donald trtrp and ted cruz trade new insults of their own. we have the campaigns covered. breaking overnight. the three americans released in a prisoner swap with iran arrived in germany for a reunion with their families. this morning the secret and
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