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geoff: the man identified after missing four months from greenville. advice on martin luther king day from charleston shooting victim's mother. geoff: this photo is in new york. they captured this and this is definitely not south carolina. it snowed all day yesterday. we are not expecting that, but we are hopping freezing temperatures this morning. dale: we are. we are going to stay dry today, and the cold air from the great lakes has reached all the way down south. greenwood currently at 17, laurens dropped to 16, asheville at 12, brunette six, greenville at 18. any kind of breeze that close, we are seeing pretty good wind
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plusexcept feel -14 in boone and andersonville feels like minus five, summation the kids are dressed warmly.dry weather but only reaching upper 30's for the upstate and upper 20's for the mountains today. clouds start building in tonight and into tomorrow. we will show you went to expect some snow tomorrow. geoff: thank you. school districts will open late this morning because of cold weather. allyson: mitchell county, madison county and yancey county schools districts will all open two hours late. the highlands school which is private will also open two hours late. remember, we have school closings and delels for you on wyff4.com and our mobile app under weather. wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from downtown greenville with more. aly: good morning. we are live outside of the westin hotel and take a look at
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in the last couple of hours, we have seen so many more icicles form in the water down in the pit part of the fountain starting to freeze over. it is at that slushy stage right now. a pretty good example of just w much you guys will need to bundle up today, whether you are going out to the bus stops, work, makes your kids are bundled up because it is dangerous as cold as it is. and it's not just kids who need to bundle up. miracle hill's greenville rescue mission responded to last night's cold temperatures by providing shelter for those living on the streets. workers spead mats onto the gym floor at the facility. up to 125 can come in from the cold and get a snack, drink, mat and blanket for the night. >> miracle is here to get them out of the cold. a man doesn't have to lay up in greenville or somewhere and freeze to death. aly: no drugs or drinking is allowed and everyone has to behave in order to keep a spot.
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gets below 40 degrees, which we're not expected to even see a high above 40 degrees today. make sure you are bundling up and layering up as well. i have an extra pair of pants on right now. it is the kind of cold today. wind is not help. aly myles wyff news 4 live in greenville. allyson: thank you. frozen pipes are also a worry in this cold. geoff: if you have a loss in water pressure, or you hear odd noises coming from the walls, your pipes are likely frozen. chris corley the owner of corley plumping air and electric has some basics for you to follow. >> the basics are, water running, keep the heat on the pipes, know where to turn the water off, close foundation vents, take your hoses off the hose bibs, and make sure the heat stays on in your house.
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corley also says to have the number of your water provider handy for emergencies. don't forget we have all your , full forecasts, interactive radar closing and delays on wyff4.com and our wyff 4 app. stay up to date with the latest alerts so you don't get surprised when you walk outside in this arctic air. it's all at your fingertips. allyson: watch out for patches of black ice where standing water may have in this morning. we do have an accident. this is i-85. clear and interstates but accident on parent circle in spartanburg county and one in union county near the newberry county line. travel times are speed limit drive up about seven minutes from highway 221 tie 26. looking good on 26 and 40. let's see how clemson boulevard looks this morning. geoff: a wyff news 4 update in
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a helicopter crash. authorities found life rafts that were carried on the aircraft, but still no sign of the crew off the coast of hawaii. the military reports two helicopters collided during a training exercise last thursday. 22-year-old sergeant jeffrey sempler, from woodruff, is one of 12 missing. a vigil for sempler was held in his hometown yesterday. dozens prayed outside of woodruff city hall. family members fear the worst. >> the worst thing is he's not gonna have a future. all the things that he would have done in life, it's not gonna happen, there's gonna a hole there. geoff: sempler graduated from woodruff high school four years ago. his grandfather says he always wanted to be a marine. allyson: and an update in anderson county after human remains were found this weekend. the coroner has released the man's name. he says 46-year-old gary burton was reported missing in august, but his body was likely in the wooded area since may or june. investigators identied burton
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defibrillator he had implanted. anderson county officials say a young man on a four-wheeler found the bones sunday on his family's property on mcneely road. a greenville man is charged in greenwood after authorities say he made a bomb threat to a local women's shelter. greenwoodtoday.com reports officers responded to meg's house shelter for abused women and children last august after a bomb threat from an unknown caller. a woman staying at the facility told officers that rahim abdullah had been stalking and harassing her for some time. geoff: not to martin luther king junior day event. the daughter of a charleston church shooting victim encouraged upstate students to exercise their right to vote a a a limestone college event. >> when we lived in a place where shootings and killings with guns is a normal mean, something is wrong.
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sacred, where the police shoot and ask questions later, for me, right now, king's dreams are just that, dreams. geoff: sharon risher was the featured speaker. risher's mother, ethel lance, was among the nine killed june at mother emanuel church. she encouraged the students to vote helping make changes for , the better. allyson: at the sterling community center, more than a hundred people heard from a woman who knewewoctor king. >> he spent time [no audio] allyson: eunice coakley guyton is also the sister of the reverend myra thompson, who was one of the emanuel nine. guyton met doctor king as a freshman in college and he chose her to join in a sit-in. the folks at sterling took the
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victims and talk about the king principals of love and non-violence. this was the 22nd year for this event. geoff: furman university students in greenville braved the cold to honor the doctor's legacy with community serv students in the greek system cleared away debris from the boardwalk and along the river of the cancer survivor's park. students say they wanted to spend the day helping others as doctor king asked people to do. the cleanup comes in time for a grand opening of the park which provides cancer survivors a place to reflect heal and hope. allyson: if you morning was called, it is colder this morning. dale: temperatures plummeted. let's take a look at some of the skycams and give you an idea of temperatures this morning. greenville at 18 degrees, breeze out of the north making it feel
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let's take a look right now at live super doppler 4 hd. as you can see, we are scanning northeastern georgia and western north carolina and the colors of represent wind chill advisories in effect until noon. areas of darker purple representing winter advisory's as we are bracing for weather event tomorrow. let's take our future plus computer model and run it. clear skies and dry today and clouds build and tomorrow. tomorrow morning, flurries of snow in north carolina, buncombe county, anderson county impacted around 6:15 and some continues into later morning. early afternoon, snow and georgia, across western north carolina in the mountains gettin action for drive tomorrow afternoon and evening. brain south of i 85 it looks like and that tapers off.
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morning, the mountains up a chance of wint weather. it looks like it will be tomorrow morning in the mountains and tomorrow afteron upstate to watch out for the potential of snow with the next system. temperatures in the teens over most of the area and they feel much colder with that wind at 10 to 15 plus miles per hour. feels like -10 in boone, minus five in hendersonville and greenville feels like eight. more on your weather in just a few minutes. geoff: thank you. today is the day you can start filing your taxes. if you're worried about how to get started, we have a guest who will let you know what you need to do. allyson: if you think it is cold
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allyson: happening today you can , begin filing your 2016 taxes. geoff: lauren carswell is here from sc drive. where do we start? lauren: we need to talk about there is no need to pay to get your taxes done. you do not want to spend the money you are making on your
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lauren: there are a number of ways to file your taxes without paying for it. the number one way is through sc drive.com -- scdrive .org/filedtaxes. you can file them for free if it is under $60,000 or less or if it is together in under $95,000. geoff: what are some of the things that trick people up? lauren: i think people think it is harder than it is. you get used to people paying for their taxes to get done, but if you can work your e-mail browser, you can file your taxes. geoff: it can be overwhelming. allyson: there are a few events. lauren: on february 12, from
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goodwill, we will have tax assistance sitting down to help people at no cost. allyson: thank you.
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>> now, your live super doppler 4 hd forecast. dale: good morning. 6:18. let's check on some of our
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greenville at 18 degrees, asheville checks in with 12 degrees and a northwest breeze at 10. cold across the upstate and mountains overnight with wind chill advisories for the mountains of north carolina and georgia. winter weather advisory's have been issued for cherokee and clay county and parts of tennessee under a winter weather advisory because of what is coming.dry today, sunny today, and clouds build an overnight. early wednesday, snow in the mountains of north carolina for tomorrow morning and isolated. more action by tomorrow afternoon. about the time kids get out of school, coming down in western north carolina, parts of the upstate and snow for drivetime tomorrow evening. it tapers off and then in the morning hours, thursday, friday, saturday, a chance of flurries as the week goes on.
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snow in the mountains for the latter part of the week and during the coldest times at the day, a wintry mix. six in boone seems to be the coldest spot. laurens at 16. you take the 50 mile-per-hour wind and it feels like minus five in hendersonville and -10 in boooo. -- 15 mile per hour wind and it feels like minus five in hendersonville and -10 in boone. wintry mix weather for the upstate and mountains tomorrow and friday good chance of rain. early morning hours for the mountains each morning, lawyers of snow through saturday. clears for the upstate saturday and sunday and the mountains by sunday. allyson: taking a look at the roads, i-85 around highway 153 moving
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one in spartanburg county at heron circle with an accident. this is about six miles per hour off of the circle and we are looking at about 11 miles per hour. slow-moving around heron circle. in union county, some slow-moving traffic at highway 176 near the newberry county line with an accident.t. 85 looking at it speed limit drive. 11 minutes reminder 85 to -- from 385 to have a 153. this is from woodruff road. ricardo: good morning. i ricardo lecompte. am don't bring your hoverboard to work, the declaration handed down by ron rivera monday. he does not what his panthers to get hurt after he caught a couple the hallways of bank of america st they are getting ready for the
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r car -- the arizona cardinals on sunday. >> they've got tremendous tools. they've got weapons. they've got a good offensive line. they got playmakers. they've got an aggressive style attacking defense. that's what we played. the same type of description, very good quarterback, playmakers around him, good offensive line and aggressive defense. that's kind of what it's going to be from here on out. ricardo panthers will host their : first ever nfc title game this sunday at 6:40 p.m. the deadline for underclassmen to file for the nfl draft was monday. five clemson defensive players have declared for the draft, and the number will stay at five. cornerback cordrea tankersley announced he's returning for his senior campaign. tankersley led the team in interceptions this past season on his way to second team all-acc honors with tankersley. clemson will have four starters backckn defense next season. geoff: thank you. coming up, a cruise with tracy morgan.
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allyson: if you missed "the tonight show" starring jimmy fallon, you missed fallon and tracy morgan in a pup quiz.
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golden retriever puppy. take a look. >> what is the longest species of snake in the world? >> reticulated python. >> let's see what the answer is. you are correct. you get derek mcjunior. >> yes, baby. >> next question is to you, jimmy. which of these birds is native to the island of new guinea? >> singing bushlark? a, a, oo, noo. >> it was painted berry pecker. [lauauter] >> you're the worst man. so, jimmy, tracy gets our adorable puppy mary kennedy. >> aww. [laughter] allyson: aww. how cucu. fallon would eventually win final puppardy, but he deferred
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him the pup quiz winner. geoff: they are having way too much fun on that show. allyson: they are adorable. geoff: they make it work. dale: that is great. you need a warm coat today, chilly. spartanburg at 19. this is our gibbs field skycam. highlighted in blue because of wind chill advisories until noon today. as kids headed off to school, they need the warm clothes. 18 in the upstate gets up to 38. the mountains start off with 10 and get up to 28.
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>> we don't need anybody to freeze. geoff: so frigid, shelters are opening to help those with lower to stay warm. allyson: plus, how to protect your pipes from freezing. happening now, colder than here in other parts of the country. geoff: a live look from minneapolis minnesota, where
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stay in the single digits of three straight -- after three straight side of subzero temperatures.new york city residents are prepping for their first major winter storm of the year. the look outside from our peace center skycam, we are not seen temperatures like other places, but it is below freezing. dale: it is cold. if your car battery is on its last leg, this is the kind of morning that might do it for it because it has gone to teams. locations like anderson checking in with 21 and the west breeze at seven to make it feel colder. we are under wind chill advisories in the mountains in north carolina and georgia because of higher wind and elevation. six in boone, 12 in asheville, 17 and laurens and you factor in a breeze. it feels like minus five in
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asheville or minus one. everybody needs to dress warmly for the day. by the afternoon, it will get into the upper 20's to upper 30's today. we will talk about the possibilities of winter weather in a few minutes. geoff: thank you. because of the cold weather, school districts will open late this morning. allyson: mitchell county, madison county and yancey county schools districts will all open two hours late. the highlands school, which is private, will also open two hours late. remember, we have school closings and delays for you on wyff4.com and our mobile app under weather. wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from downtown greenville. aly: our car thermometer has not gone above the teens all morning long. you are going to see something like this l morning and day. take a look at this fountain outside the westin hotel with all the icicles. /he beneath and a pretty sight
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today -- slushy beneath and also and reminder to bundle up today. this is miracle held greenville rescue mission. they responded to last night's cold temperatures by providing shelter for those living on the streets. workers spead mats onto the gym floor at the facility. up to 125 can come in from the cold and get a snack, drink, mat and blanket for the night. >> miracle is here to get them out of the cold. a man doesn't have to lay up in greenville or somewhere and freeze to death. aly: no drugs or drinking is tolerated and everyone has to behave in order to keep a spot. the mission opens whenever it gets below 40 degrees, which we're not expected to even see a high above 40 degrees today. grabbed the scarf, gloves, whatever you can do to layer up. aly myles wyff news 4 live in
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allyson: frozen pipes are also a worry in the weather. geoff: if you have a loss in water pressure, or you hear odd noises coming from the walls, your pipes are likely frozen. chris corley, the owner of corley plumping air and electric, has some basics for you to follow. >> the basics are, water running, keep the heat on the pipes, know where to turn the water off, close foundation vents, take your hoses off the hose bibs, and make sure the heat stays on in your house. geoff: corley also says to have the number of your water provider handy for emergencies. don't forget we have all your full forecasts, interactive radar closing and delays on wyff4.com and our wyff 4 app. stay up to date with the latest alerts so you don't get surprised when you walk outside in this arctic air. it's all at your fingertips. allyson: taking a look at the roads, watch out for standing
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looking good right now. i am watching two areas in spartanburg county on heron circle with injuries. also one in union county. yellow and red on highway 176, slow traffic around an accident near the newberry county line. i-85 looking good. 26 and 40 smooth. let's see how we look around haywood road. geoff: a wyff news 4 update in the search for 12 marines after a helicopter crash. authorities found life rafts that were carried on the aircraft, but still no sign of the crew off the coast of hawaii. the military reports two helicopters collided during a training exercise last thursday. 22-year-old sergeant jeffrey sempler, from woodruff, is one of 12 missing. a vigil for sempler was held in his hometown yesterday. dozens prayed outside of woodruff city hall. family members fear the worst.
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gonna have a future. all the things that he would have done in life, it's not gonna happen, there's gonna be a hole there. geoff: sempler graduated from woodruff high school four years ago. his grandfather says he always wanted to be a marine. and an update in anderson county after human remains were found this weekend. the coroner has released the man's name. he says 46-year-old gary burton was identified with the serial number on a defibrillator he had implanted. he was reported missing in august and his body was likely in the wooded area since may or june. anderson county officials say a young man on a four-wheeler found the bones sunday on his family's property on mcneely road. allyson: a greenville man is charged in greenwood after authorities say he made a bomb threat to a local women's shelter. greenwoodtoday.com reports officers responded to meg's house shelter for abused women and children last august after a bomb threat from an unknown caller. a woman staying at the facility
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abdullah had been stalking and harassing her for some time. i will have more traffic in a minute, but davis cold. dale: in the teens over a good
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>> now, your live super doppler 4 hd forecast. dale: just getting up? it is cold. 19 degrees from our spartanburg skycam. the seven mile per hour breeze makes it feel colder. wind chill advisories for the mountains of north carolina and georgia because of higher wind and good are cold temperatures making it feel cold. hats and gloves for the kids in the mountains this morning and a warm coat. asheville at 12, greenwood it 17. you factor in that 10 to 15 mile per hour breeze and it feels like minus five in and eight in greenville. let's take our you chipless and run it. -- our future plus and run it. sunny today and tomorrow clouds filled in with flurries of snow
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on in the mountains of north carolina. around 3:00, four :00, snow and northeastern georgia and western north carolina with flurries in a few spots in the upstate and the evening hours. we get rain from the system and they will be times of snow during the cold hours and at night and into early morning hours. we will have a rainy friday this weekend. looks like it will be tomorrow morning and the mountains and tomorrow afternoon in the upstate with flurries. we will have the four-day plus forecast in a few minutes.s. allyson: taking a look at the roads. if you are headed out the door, i-85 starting to get busy. watch out for patches of black ice where standing water could be. still moving slowly and spartanburg county at heron circle.
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of an accident with injuries and working to clear it. in union county, slow moving traffic on highway 176, especially as you get near the newberry county line. an accident slowing things down. 26 and 40 with a smooth drive. i-26 to the tennessee line at 43 minutes. smooth on 85 and 385 so far. let's see how you look from haywood road. geoff: thank you. happening today, you can begin filing your 2016 taxes. lauren carswell from the c drive is here to tell us what we need to know. you have a great event to help people. lauren: it can be overwhelming and we have an event february 12 at the goodwill at 116 haywood road from 9:00 to 5:00 on february 12. we will have tax the sisters to walk you through the process and
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you will receive the return and seven years -- seven days to 10 days. geoff: is this the first time? lauren: this has been going on for several years but we want to push ourselves service option. a lot of people may not be able to get out of the house. you can file taxes anytime, day or night online at thth self-serve option not scthrive. org/filetaxes and you get them back within a week. geoff: what overwhelms people the most? lauren: people are so anxious to get them that they filed a reclaim and that means the company is taking a portion of your refund because they a you the refund sooner. we want to stress that people can apply, either with the tax assistant counselor or online, at no cost to receive the full
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geoff: good information. a look at what is coming up. allyson: a live look from greenville with a frozen
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it's a frigid day again this week... as we take a live geoff: frigid conditions out there this morning.
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downtown greenville but look at how cold it is, but first, a look at the weather. dale: 18 degrees at paris mountain and the breeze out of the not at eight drops that. the skycam at chamber of commerce at 12 degrees. wind chill advisories continue for north carolina, northern georgia and the factor in the cold temperatures we are seeing om single digits from asheville to laurens. you put the breeze on top of that and it feels like minus five and hendersonville. dress warmly for the cold and clear cocoitions. tomorrow in the morning in the mountains and afternoon in the upstate, lorries of snow on wednesday, thursday momoing, friday morning and saturmorning with wintry mix in the mountains and some rain thursday and friday for the upstate. weather moving in with the next
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tomorrow morning early for the mountains and tomorrow afternoon for the upst thank you. some school districts will open late because of the cold weatmitchell county, madison county and yancey county schools districts will all open two hours late. the highlands school, which is private, will also open two hours late. remember, we have school closings and delays for you on wyff4.com and our mobile app under weather. geoff: wyff news 4's aly myles has been out in the rough conditions and she is hanging in there. aly: good morning. most folks are used to me shivering at this point, but if this does not remind you to put on a coat, i am not sure what will. take a look at this icy fountain in downtown greenville. the water below is almost frozen from these dangerously low temperatures. make sure when you are getting re work, school,
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miracle hill's greenville rescue mission responded to last night'cold temperatures by providing shelter for those living on the streets. workers spead mats onto the gym floor at the facility. up to 125 can come in from the cold and get a snack, drink, mat and blanket for the night. the mission opens whenever it gets below 40 degrees, which we're not expected to even high above 40 degrees today. i have only seen it in the teens this morning, so if you are out, bundle up as much as possible. aly myles wyff news 4 five in downtown greenville. geoff: thank you. frozen pipes are also a worry in this cold. if you have a loss in water pressure, or you hear odd nois coming from the walls, your pipes are likely frozen. chris corley, the owner of corley plumping air and electric, has some basics for you to follow. >> the basics are, water running, keep the heat on the pipes, know where to turn the water off, close foundation
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hose bibs, and make sure the heat stays on in your house. geoff: corley also says to have the number of your water provider handy forormergencies. don't forget, we have all your full forecasts, interactive radar, closing and delays on wyff4.com and our wyff 4 app. stay up to date with the latest alerts so you don't get surprised when you walk outside in this arctic air. it's all at your fingertips. allyson: taking a look at the roads. starting to get easy on i-85 around pelham road. spartanburg county at i-26 on union highway within accident blocking the roadway. also, hair and circle is slow in spartanburg. hit and run there. in union county on highway 176, expect a slow down around the
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woodruff road picking up, especially in northbound lanes. the lanes coming toward you. geoff: and update in the search for 12 marines after a helicopter crash. authorities found life rafts that were carried on the aircraft, but still no sign of the crew off the coast of hawaii. the military reports two helicopters collided during a training exercise last thursday. 22-year-old sergeant jeffrey sempler, from woodruff, is one of 12 missing. a vigil for sempler was held in his hometown yesterday. dozens prayed outside of woodruff city hall. sempler graduated from woodruff high school four years ago. his grandfather says he always wanted to be a marine. allyson: and an update in anderson county after human remains were found this weekend. the coroner has released the man's name. they identified 46-year-old jerry burton -- gary burton was with the serial number on a
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anderson county officials say a young man on a four-wheele found the bones sunday on his family's property on mcneely road. a greenville man is charged in greenwood after authorities say he made a bomb threat to a local women's shelter. greenwoodtoday.com reports officers responded to meg's house shelter for abused women and children last august after a bomb threat from an unknown caller. a woman staying at the facility told officers that rahim abdullah had been stalking and harassing her for some time. a look at how our region honored martin luther king junior. geoff: this was at a march in downtown raleigh. when he got out to get back to his memory and other side speaking events. allyson: in gaffney, the daughter of a charleston church shooting victim encouraged upstate students to exercrce their right to vote at a limestone college event. sharon risher was the featured speaker. risher's mother, ethel lance, was among the nine killed june at mother emanuel church. she said with how often shootings occur doctor king's dreams are just dreams to her
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risher encouraged the students to vote helping make changes for , the better. at the sterling community center, more than a hundred people heard from a woman who knew doctor king. eunice coakley guyton is also the sistst of the reverend myra thompson, who was one of the emanuel nine. guyton met doctor king as a freshman in college and he chose her to join in a sit-in. the folks at sterling took the time to remember the emanuel ame victims and talk about the king principals of love and non-violence. geoff: furman university students in greenville braved the cold to honor the doctor's legacy with community se students in the greek system cleared away debris from the boardwalk and along the river of the cancer survivor's park. students say they wanted to spend the day helping others as doctor king asked people to do. the cleanup comes in time for a grand opening of the park, which provides cancer survivors a place to reflect, heal and hope. meanwhile, the democratic presidential contenders spoke at king day at the dome in columbia. it was the first time the event has been held without the
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grounds. allyson: governor nikki haley expected to be in the upstate for groundbreaking for fibers america. scheduled for 10:00 a.m. along moore duncan highway. students could see changes in the lunch line. geoff: part of a bipartisan senate agreement. aixa diaz joining us. aixa: the proposed legislation uses or requirements on schools, giving them more pucks ability on the food theyntit revises healthier meal standards put in place over the last few years. some say the measures were too strict and costly. under the new agreements, cold grain requirements would be scheduled back and an upcoming deadline to cut sodium levels would be delayed. they vote on this tomorrow. aixa diaz in washington. allyson: happening today, you
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lower carswell is with -- lauren carswell is with us. lauren: if you can operate an e-mail system, you can file your taxes yourself. you do not want to waste your money paying someone else when you can have been in your pockets. thank you. tell us about the event. lauren: february 12 from 9:00 to 5:00 at haywood road at 115 haywood road at the goodwill. tax assistance will be there to help you file. allyson: thank you. geoff: after a few hours of social media panic, twitter is back up and running. he went down for a few hours this morning, users attempting to access the site cap messages, warning the network was suffering from an internal error. service resumed just before 6:00 a.m. nbc affiliates tweeted this -- hey, twitter is back. you know what did not go away?
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allyson: that is the truth. geoff: first, a look at the traffic. allyson: start your car early. defrost all of that because it is freezing. i-85 picking up. two new accidents. union highway at high 26 in spartanburg county with ems on the scene and blocking the roadway. the new win in the northbound lanes of i-85 near the highway 101 exit. a little bit of a slow down from an accident there, so watch out r those two areas and patches of black ice. other than that, looking pretty good. geoff: one of the mornings where it is not good if you do not have a garage. allyson: no, but look at that pretty sunrise. it will be a little warmer, right? geoff: how much?
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might get up to freezininin some places. 18 and greenville, 12 and asheville, cold day, especially with the wind. it will stay very chilly, getting into the 20's. minus five in henderson deal is what it feels like. let's run the future plus forecast. sunny for today, temperatures in the upper 30's for the upstate. early tomorrow morning, the mountains get flurries of snow. after lunchtime about 2:00, three :00, more snow in western north carolina and even flurries of snow tomorrow evening in the upstate. we will have a good chance of rain come thursday, friday and into saturday in the mountains. wintry mix weather in western north carolina. tomorrow evening we might get the excitement the snow flurries across the upsgeoff: this morning on "today," the countdown to the iowa caucuses is on. with less than two weeks to go, both the gop and democratic
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candidates neck and neck in both parties. "today" has all the political news you need to know just moments away. allyson: if you are headed out the door, bundle up. dale: freezing temperatures
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