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smoothly at least from this scdot camera. myra: what can people expect when they head out? dale: cold. anything about yesterday will be black ice, especially on secondary roads. the sun will help clear that will watch out with early travel because it is chilly. it raised from 22 in asheville and 33 in greenville. by the end of the day, low 50's for the upstate and mountains, but it is chilly early. anything that was wet on upstate roads, greenville and abbeville have dropped to 29. any place that was wet could be i think in this morning -- ice again this morning. myra: thank you. celebrations this morning in the carolinas. super bowl 50 is set. it includes the carolina panthers for the first time in 12 years. geoff: the nfc championship game
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cam newton threw for two a couple of touchdowns and ran for two others in the panthers' 49-15 win against arizona. ted ginn had a 22-yard td run, touchdown run, and luke kuechly capped the scoring by returning carson palmer's fourth interception 22 yards. ricardo lecompte was on the field in charlotte after the game and talked with receiver philly brown. ricardo: carolina panthers advancing to the big game, super wlwhat is the emotion you are feeling right now seeing the television going down in bank of america stadium? >> i am excited. we are all excited, but we are hungry. we still have one more thing to do. we are not worried about what anybody has to say about uwe will keep going on and doing what we do. ricardo: second game in the playoff run. you were able to jump off another five-star offensively. what was the key? >> we played as a team. we execute. we do what we do well.
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want to say about our offense, but when it comes out to it, all of us make plays. ricardo: enjoy this. congratulations. carolina panthers heading to super bowl 50. the first time this franchise will play in the super bowl in years. myra: thank you. wyff news 4 sports director brad fralick was also in charlotte and has more on the nfc ch coming up at 6:30. meanwhile, many fans were glued to tv's in local bars and restaurants. >> cam newton. my favorite team. go panthers. we want to see them make the super bowl. >> oh my goodness this is a great time. myra: the fans said they were confident in the panthers, but they were still blown away by the score. a lot of people were. geoff: facing the panthers will be the denver broncos, who have reached the title game for the second time in three years. the broncos captured t championship game against the patriots.
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seconds, but the patriots needed the two-point conversion. did not happen. it was the fifth time peyton manning and tom brady have locked horns in the afc title game. manning threw a pair of touchdowns in the first ha while brady completed less than half of his passes. the broncos' defense also sacked suffocating brady. he was sacked four times. many students in the upstate this morning getting the day from school. myra: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from greenville county. aly, what are you seeing out there? aly: not a whole lot of stuff left from our storm over the weekend, but enough where the schools do not want to take any chances getting students to and from sitems like this, the snow, the ice, the black ice, slick spots here. we are here on the swamp rabbit trail currently in downtown tr. this is not the only place you will see it. you will see it on roads in downtown greenville.
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cancel. take a look at this video from sky4 the other day. yesterday's warmer weather helped melt a lot of what we got friday and saturday, but there are still slick patches here in the upstate. if you did not happen to catch the closings and delays, you can take a look at our website and our app as well. aly myles, wyff news 4, live in downtown traveler's rest. myra: officials say icy roads are to blame for some crashes in this area over the weekend. a viewer sent us these photos on u local of a three-vehicle crash in spartanburg county. this crash happened sunday gateway drive. that's behind gsp airport and near bmw. troopers say a tractor trailer hit a frozen patch, crossed the line, and hit a pick-up head-on. the crash pushed the pick-up into a van. troopers say one person in the pick-up and one person in the van had to be taken to the
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investigators in greenville are trying to figure out whether or not ice caused a crash that killed a jogger. highway 14 near stonebrook farm the coroner says 44-year-old andrew van evera was jogging when he got hit. geoff: the oconee county coroner a helmet died after a collision troopers say it happened on west cherry road at high point boulevard near seneca. they say an suv pulled out in front of the motorcycle. the 56-year-old seneca man was flown to greenville memorial where he later died. a live look now from the south carolina dot camera along interstate 85 in spartanburgcounty. this is near chesnee highway. not many wrecks to report this morning but u.s. 276 is closed north of highway 280 in brevard because of snow and ice and they hope to have an open later this week. myra: nice to talk about the
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geoff: that's right. we have sunshine today but it is still cold outside. at we look at from our asheville sky cam, you can see the snow along the side of the roads. it is 22 degrees somewhat watch out for slick spots in the roads and some of the secondary roads across the northern parf oconee, county. still some treacherous neighborhoods. anything about that yesterday is now ice this morning with cold temperatures. we will see it rebounded to the 50's for the afternoon but it will take a wilet's check on anderson, where it is below freezing at 30 pickens at 25. salo and 27. watch out for icy spots over a good bit of the area. low 20's in the mountains will take a wild to get abovreasoning. light breezes for the most part
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jeff fisher you a few of the higher amounts that fell frome event, 19 inches of snow on mount mitchell. asheville, 13.5 inches. clayton, georgia, 8.9. it was a big snow event for a lot of the area and we will talkthweek be like in as the -- like in just a few minutes. geoff: buckling under the snow. what this building used to be before the winter storm took its toll on it, coming myra: another look outside. don't forget to check the ticker at the bottom of your screen for closings due to possible icy roads this morning.
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announcer: you're watching live, local, breaking newsged weather with mst himyra: the greenville county coroner says carbon monoxide killed a couple in th the coroner says 86-year-old ruby bell and her 87-year-old husband robert were found dead inside their home friday night. investigators say the co lost power the day before. the coroner believes a running gas generator caused a carbon monoxide build-up in their home. the couple had been married more than 67 years. geoff: now to an update on a murder case from last march. deputies now say the victim was killed by his neighbor.
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with murder. he's from anderson. deputies say 52-year-old gerald freeman died at his home on corning street in marc investigators say kay shot him multiple times. detectives tell us evidence on kay's shoe helped connect him to the murder and that processing and analyzing the ev a lot of time, which is why deputies just arrested kay. also in anderson county, deputies say a man knocked woman to the ground and stole her purse and then almost crashed into a deputy du getaway. 57-year-old calvin davis is facing several charges, including attempted murder deputies say davis snatched the purse friday outside the ingles on highway 24. investigators say a witness davis almost hit a deputy before officials stopped his car at highways 187 and 29. myra: some local money matters. the lundberg survey finds gas prices at their lowest in seven years. average prices dropped 14 cents over the past two weeks. that puts the national average at $1.91 per gallon for regular gas. though many of you have seen price is much lower than that around $1.50.
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still some icy spots in the region.
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precipitation coming in a few announcer: now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecdale: good morning. we look at from our spartanburg skycam. it is 30 degrees. you can still see snow on the ground.
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will be icy this morning because of the winter precipitation we had over the weekend, and it will stay that way until the sun gets up and up into the 50's. that is the big concern this morning. we call it black ice. anything that melted and re-froze. some people did not get any. some got two inches of snow. higher up in the counties, we saw seven plus inches of snow in north carolina. over 13 in asheville. quite an event for many. light breezes this morning will pick up to three to five this afternoon. lots of sunshine today. low 50's for afternoon highs. cold temperatures early mean icy spots until the sun does its job. 5mountains chilly in the early's the 20's
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we see more precipitation coming in tuesday. 830% chance of rain. -- a 30% chance of rain. 60% chance of showers. a few lingering showers on thursday. than it clears up and warms up for the weekend. will reach into the low 60's over the weekend. mountains will be in the mid-50's. geoff: thank you. millions of people are continuing to dig out after this weekend's massiv myra: the storm dumped more than two feet in parts from the gulf coast throughout new england. our nikole killion was in the middle of it all and has an update from the nation's capital. nikole, things still aren't back to normal yet? nikole: not yet. in fact the nation's capital , remains shut down as off caution this will be a multi-day
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priority right now is cl roads. it is the secondary roads that are still problematic. some of them have not been touched. that combined with frigid temps have caused area schools to close. also, the federal government is shut down with the house postponing votes in congress until next week. other parts of the country are starting to get back on track. in new york, train service will his resuming for the morning commute. in pennsylvania, a lot of folks stuck on the turnpike are finally free and bac one thing that's not back to normal yet is air travel. hundreds of flights are already canceled today, but the good news is that airports here in d.c. are re-opening this morning. hopefully that should ease some of the backlog that many travelers are experiencing. myra: we know this was a deadly storm.
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nikole: some died from shoveling, which happens when we get these big storms. a u.s. capitol police officer who suffered a heart attack. carbon monoxide was to blame for several deaths, whether that being from a generator or tailpipes covered by snow. poor road conditions also led to fatal crashes. geoff: some sad stories there. thank you. myra: let's take a look at some of the national storm tot18 inches in washington dc. 30 in baltimore. 26 inches in new york's central park. we will take a look through our anderson skycam. not many wrecks to report this morning but north carolina dot tweeted this this morning. 276 is close north of
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hope to have it construction crews are closing the southbound lane of business 85 in spartanburg for at least six days. that starts this morning. and the weather cooperates, dot officials say business 85 should reopen sunday night. there will be a detour in the area until then. geoff: as we cover the nation for you aftershocks may be felt , for the next several weeks after a powerful earthquake alaska. the 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck about 160 miles of anchorage. some 5,000 people lost power, but no reports of injuries. meanwhile, fire officials have condemned property of a bowling alley in virginia until the owner decides whether or not he will rebuild. heavy snowfall from this weekend's historic blizzard buckled the roof thi forecasters say about 22 inches blanketed the area. no one was hurt. the owner says he does have insurance on the alley and appreciates the outpou community support. myra: let's turn to 2016 now.
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last week and today is hosting the democratic presidential candidates for a town hall at drake university in des moines, . hillary clinton, martin o'malley , and bernie sanders will answer questions individually. this is the last democratic forum before iowa's caucuses, the first in the nation, and a week away. more national news. "tonight show" host jimmy fallon is rallying support for flint, michigan, during the city's its water crisis. the comedian tweeted that he is donating $10,000 to water improvement efforts. the money will go to the community foundation for greater flint to support t city's recovery from lead-poisoned water. fallon's calling for 10 of his friends to match his donation. geoff: the best of celebrities there when they step up and start something. myra: definitely. geoff: when we come back, we will take a look at some of the pictt to u local over the last several days. we have some good ones.
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geoff: thanks for being with us on this monday morning. many will be out of school again today. we got some great pictures over
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of the snowfall so let' look. myra: get ready to sigh. winter wonderland in boiling springs. geoff: how about snow mickey? myra: you won't find that it is the world. perfect cones on the trash cans. geoff: brooklyn's first time in the snow. myra: glow in the dark snowman. geoff: air time sledding at jackson park in hendersonville. myra: sommerset golf course in greenville county. impressive snowman. geoff: here is the answer. how about a bobcat? that is like the biggest snowman i have ever seen. that with some great work. we start off very cold but a lot of folks are already lookith weekend because it will be a nice weekend ahead.
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political temperatures this morning, we have icy spots, especially in the mountains. traffic flowing ok on woodruff road and 3 area no new precipitation expected today, but we will area tomorrow especially into midweek. looks like rain showers for most of the area. low 50's with be about the best we see today. geoff: thank you. it's time now for your wyff news 4 timeline on this j on this date in 1924, the first winter olympics opened in style at chamonix in the french alps with 12 events, including the ski jump and bob sled. myra: at the time, it was called the international winter sports week, but it was so successful, the international olympic committee took note and
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the first winter games. shout out. north carolina, shadow. -- shout out. means everything to me. geoff: josh norman with shout are pumped up heading to the the gave to the cardinals. 50.
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districts and businesses are closed following the winter storm. myra: that includes greenville county schools spartanburg , spartanburg county districts one, two, three, five, six, and seven, sorry number four. you can find them on the ticker running below and on our4 app and wyff4.com. as we take a live look outside, you will be aware of black ice causing problems for people this morning. we will have more traffic coming up but first, we check in with dale. dale: greenville county got over seven inches of snow in spots any roads will be icy in spots. we are looking right now at our asheville sky cam. you can see the snow on the roads. 22 degrees so whatever melted yesterday from milder temperatures is now ice this morning.it is a quick look at what we are seeing across the regiclear skies for the most part today.
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temperatures to go from 20anlow 30's and reach the low 50's, but we are expecting a nice and sunny afternuntil the sun does its job, watch out for a slick spots in north carolina and the northern parts of south carolina. we will talk more in just a few minutes. myra: thank you. super bowl 50 is set. it includes the carolina panthers for the first time in 12 years. geoff: who saw this coming in the preseason? no one. the nfc championship game was a total blowout. cam newton threw for two touchdowns and ran for two others in the panthers' 49-15 win against arizona. ted ginn scoring and luke kuechly capped the scoring by returning carson palmer's fourth interception 2 wyff news 4 sports director brad fralick was on the field in charlotte after the game. brad: this one has been a long time coming for the carolina it has been since the 2003 season the carolina panthers were in r bowl, but after a dominating performance
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>> we are excited to be in this position. i am proudn room and this organization that deserves it. we will enjoy it for a couple of days and then get back to work. we have the ultimate prize ahead of us. feel good for this group but we have unfinished business. >> incredible focus all year long. just trying to get better one week at a time. our preparation has been showing up every sunday. it is fulfilling to see that pay off. >> happy for not only the teammates, but the carolinas, for the organization, mr. richardson. just thankful for the process. it was not pretty at times. we have been doubted, all the above, but yet we have turnouts like this today and make it all worthwhile.
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at the quarterback position. cam newton versus peyton manning. it is the first time to number one overall pick in super bowl history will go against each other. myra: the atmosphere on the field after the game was one you are going to have to see. a great interview with panther josh norman coming up a little later. meanwhile, many fans were glued to tv's in local bars and restaurants. >> cam newton. my favorite team. go panthers. we want to see them make the super bowl. >> oh my goodness this is a great time. myra: the fans said they were confident in the panthers, but they were still blown away by the score. geoff: facing the panthers will be the denver broncos, who have reached the title second time in three years. the broncos captured the afc championship game against the patriots. it came down to the final seconds, but the patriot couldn't complete the t
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it was the fifth time peyton manning and tom brady have locked horns in the afc title game. manning threw a pair of touchdowns in the first half while brady completed less than half of his passes. there was a good reason for that because the broncos defense was outstanding and sacked brady four times. myra: icy roads are to blame for some patches in our area od area a viewer sent us these photos through u local. it happened sunday afternoon on highway 101 near gateway drive behind gsp airport and near bmw. troopers say a tractor trailer hit a frozen patch, crossed the line, and hit a pick-up head-on. the crash pushed the pick-up into a van. troopers say one person in the pick-up and one person in the van had to be taken to the hospital. investigators in greenville are trying to figure out whether or not ice caused a crash that killed a jogger. this happened saturday along highway 14 near stonebrook farm way. the coroner says 44-year-old
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when he got hit. geoff: in other traffic news, the oconee county coroner says a motorcyclist not wearing a helmet died after a collision with an suv. troopers say it happened on west cherry road at high point boulevard near seneca. they say an suv pulled out in front of the motorcycle. the 56-year-old seneca man was flown to greenville where he later died. myra: we will have more on traffic in just a few minutes. how are things looking right now? dale: it is cold. we have quite a few areas reporting temperatures at or below freezing, meaning icy spots on upstate roads.
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announcer: now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather fordale: good morning. 6:38 a.m. as we look out from our various types skycams. 30 degrees in spartanburg. any of the area with temperatures at or below freezing, y spots. the black ice or whatever melted yesterday re-freezing is a layer of ice can make or slippery driving conditions -- for
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the northern part of greenville county got seven inches snow, and that is why they closed the entire counted because of treacherous driving ony roads. winds are light this morning. they will pick up and reach about five to seven of the southwest. by early afternoon, temperatures reach the low 50's. by 9:00, we will see thawing take place again. the 20's will slowly climb to the upper 40's. a few spots will talk with 50 mark for the afternoon. here is a quick look ahead. we will stay dry today and that tomorrow a chance of scattered area some lingering showers into wednesday and perhaps into thursday for e upstate. friday, saturday, sunday, clear chilly mornings but nice afternoons.
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the mountains will be in the mida little break from the winter cold. a nice weekend all the way, but look out for showers tuesday, wednesday, into thursday. : let's take a look outside our woodruff road skycam. not many crafters to report this morning, fortunately.construction crews are closing part of business 85 in spartanburg for six days.they will replace part of a bridge over train tracks starting this morning. business 85 should reopen sunday night. there will be a detour in that area until then. north carolina dot tweeted that u.s. 276 is closed north of highway 280 in brevard due to snow and ice. they hope to have that reopened later this week. geoff: the lingering effects of the winter storm have some concerned about the stat roads depending on what you live. myra: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live with more.
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we are here in downtown travelers rest. what i wanted to show you is the ice and snow sticking around. i am sure a lot of parents wondering why school is it is because of stuff like this. this is pure black ice. this is the stuff your tires and feet cannot grip on. there is quite a lot it, especially in downtown travelers rest. we are looking at the swamp rabbit trail right now. behind me, there is still ice and snow on the roads. that is where the cars are driving this morning. this is from over the weekend showing us on above the ground view. obviously, a lot about melted yesterday with warmer weather, but there are many slip patches in the upstate. just another reminder to be careful on the roads this if you want to know about delays and closings, we have that on our app and website.
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downtown tr. geoff: a live look from times square this morning. up and down the east coast, many digging out after some areas got a couple of f no. that includes new york.
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myra: we will take a look at the roads. north carolina dot tweeting this morning that u.s. 276 is closed
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brevard community due to snow and ice, but they hope to have it reopene week. we are taking a look outside through our woodruff road skycam. not many crashes and directs to report this morning but construction crews are closing the southbound lanes of part of business 85 in spartanburg county for at least six days. they will replace part of a bridge over train tracks and the work starts this morning. if the weather cooperates, business 85 should reopen sunday night. there will be a detour in the area until then. north carolina fieldsdot tweeting to 76 closed north of highway 80 in brevard beware of snow and ice in that area. they hope to open that later this week. what are we seeing outside? dale: starting to see a little bit of light from our skycam.no problems on the major arteries. it is the secondary roads that
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travelers rest that over seven inches of snow and many places in saw over 15 inches of snow so we will need a couple ofget that thoughtawed. some snow will exist until the sun comes up. it will take a little while for the sun to do its job in the mountaby the afternoon, we will see low 50's for the upstate. spots in the mountains. the sun will be our friend today and we will talk about the next rain in our next report in just a few minutes. myra: thank you. the carolina panthers will return to the super bow time in 12 years. was a total blowout. cam newton threw for two touchdowns and ran for two others in the panthers' 49-15 win against arizona.
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touchdown run and luke kuechly , capped the scoring by returning carson palmer's fourth interception. ricardo lecompte on the field with josh norman. this is entertaining. ricardo: carolina panthers go to super bowl 50. josh norman, the greenwood native, joining me. how does this feel? josh: unbelievable. can't describe this. can't really describe this. i have to tell you later on there will be a lot of peoplt oblast because look at us. we are a team. we did it together all year long. how can you doubtless? -- doubt us. 18-1. two more weeks of brotherhood and sticking together. they came out. i can't describe it. ricardo: what does it mean being a south carolina native? josh: it is big.
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north carolina, shout out. everybody that has been here, this means everything to me. i dreamed of super bowl 50 and now this is here. ricardo: perfect. enjoy it, josh. congratulations. carolina panthers heading to super bowl 50. reporting in charlotte, wyff news four. aly: that is what it that's -- geoff: that is what is what it sounds like when your dreams last game of the season super bowl 50. facing the panthers, the denver broncos. the broncos captured the afc championship game against the new england patriots. it came down to the final seconds, but the patriots couldn't t conversion to tie it. it was the fifth time peyton manning and tom brady have locked horns in the afc game. manning threw a pair of touchdowns in the first half while brady completed less than half of his passes. the broncos' defense also sa brady four times. they were really tough. myra: officials say icy roads are to blame for some crashes in
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u local of a three-vehicle crash in spartanburg county. it happened sunday afternoon on highway 101 near gateway drive, . that's behind gsp airport and near bmw. troopers say a tractor trailer hit a frozen patch, crossed the line, and hit a pi the crash pushed the pick-up into a van. troopers say one person in the pick-up and one person in the van had to be taken to the hospital. geoff: investigators in greenville are trying to figure out whether or not ice caused a crash that killed it happened saturday along highway 14 near stonebrook farm way. the coroner says 44-year-old andrew van evera was jogging when he was hit. myra: the oconee county coroner says a motorcyclist not wearing a helmet died after a collision with an suv. this happened on west cherry road at high point boulevard near seneca. troopers say an suv pulled out in front of the motorcycle. the 56-year-old seneca man was flown to greenville memorial where he later died.
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says carbon monoxide killed a couple in their home. geoff: the coroner tells us 86-year-old ruby bell and her 87-year-old husband robert were found dead at their home friday night. investigators say the couple lost power the day before. the coroner believes a running gas generator caused a carbon monoxide build-up in their home. they had been married more than 67 years. myra: we have an update on a murder case from march of last year. deputies now say the victim was killed by his neighbor. ralph kay from anderson is charged with murder. deputies say gerald freeman died at his home on corning street in march of 2015. investigators say kay shot him multiple times. detectives tell us evidence on kay's shoe helped connect him to the murder. geoff: also in anderson county, a man not a woman to the groundand told her first and almost crashed into a deputy during the gehe is facing several charges, including attempted murder.
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first friday on highway 24. detectives say davis almost today deputy before officials stopped his car on highways 187 and 29. myra: covering the nation outcome aftershocks maybe alaska. the 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck southwest of anchorage. 5000 people lost power but no reports of injuries were made. geoff: fire officials condemned property of a bowling alley in virginia until the owner decides whether or not he heavy snowfall from this weekend's historic blizzard buckled the roof thi forecasters say about 22 inches blanketed the area. no one was hurt. the owner says he does have insurance on the alley and appreciates the outpouri community support. myra: commitment 2016 now. iowa dealt with the winter storm last week. today is hosting the democratic presidential candidates for a town hall at drake u des moines. hillary clinton, martin o'malley
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, questions individually. this is the last democratic forum before iowa's february 1 caucuses, the first in the nation and a week away. geoff: "tonight show" host jimmy fallon is rallying support for flint, michigan, during the city's water crisis. the comedian tweeted that donating $10,000 to water improvement efforts. the money will go to the community foundation for greater flint to support the michigan city's recovery f lead-poisoned water. fallon's calling for 10 of his friends to match his donation. a final look at traffic now. north carolina dot tweeting this morning that u.s. 276 is closed north of highway 280 in brevard because of snow an ice and they hope to have it reopened later this week.not many reps to report this morning. construction crews are causing the southbound lanes of 85 in spartanburg. they replaced parts of a bridge
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if the wedding or operates from a five should reopened by sunday evening and there will be 82 or the area until then. many students in the upstate this morning getting the day off from school. they are sleeping in. myra: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from greenville county. aly what are you seeing out there? aly: melted in some places but not in others. there are places with snow and ice on the ground. that is the reason a lot of schools have canceled or delayed today. we shot is from sky4 over the weekend and you can see how much snow and ice we were getting. yesterday's warmer weather helped melt a lot of what we got friday and saturda are slick patches everywhere. "when driving this morning. aly myles, wyff news 4, live in
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myra: a last look at whether. -- weather. dale: where it is cold, it is below freezing in the upper 20's and 30'it will take a wild before those temperatures get above freezing and the sun when it comes up will help starting to do some of the melting. especially in some higher elevations, watch out for slippery spots early. light breezes fairly call right now -- calm right now will pick up to five to seven out of the southwest this afternoon.asheville will see temperatures climb into the upper 40's. a few spots in the mountains will hit 50. 30% to 50% chance of rain showers wednesday. the mountains may see a little rain-snow mix wednesday morning changing terrain. by the end of the week, it warms
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low 60's for the upstate this weekend and mid to upperth mountains saturday and sunday. good weather to look forward to. a chance of rain tuesday and wednesday. geoff: this morning, millions of people are continuing to dig out after this weekend's massive blizzard. myra: the storm dumped more than two feet of snow in parts from the gulf coast to new england. our nikole killion was in the middle of it all and has an update live from the nation's capital. nikole, things still aren't back to normal, are they? nikole: not yet even though you can see miami the roads are clear so things look ok, but on the surface, not so much. the nation's capital is still shut down as officials caution this will be a multi-day cleanup event. is clearing the roads. are very problematic. touched. that combined with frigid temperatures right now down into
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lot of the area schools to cancel classes. the federal government shutdown with the house postponins in congress until next week. but other parts of the country are getting back on track. for instance, in new york city, train service is resuming for the morning commute. in pennsylvania, pe stuck on the turnpike are free and back home. one thing that's not back to normal yet, air travel. hundreds of flights are already canceled again today, but the good news is that the airport in d.c. are reopening so that will help ease the backlog a little bit. geoff: sadly, dozens of people were killed due to the storm. do you know anything about the victims? nikole: as is customary during the big winter storms we get, several people lost their lives simply from shoveling, including a u.s. capitol police officer
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also, we do know that carbon monoxide poisoning is also tblame for several that's whether it be from people using a generator or some people had their tell i've's clock -- their tailpipes clogged and there were several fatal crashes. myra: make you pick up a copy of the greenville news. [captioning performed by the
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caption ] good morning. the dig out. tens of millions grappling the snow and ice this morning after the historic blizzard pummelled the east coast. >> getting back to business as usual is going to take a considerable amount of time. >> the nation's capital still shut down. airports clogged with hundreds of new flights cancelled today. guess what? al says there may be another storm coming this week. breaking overnight. >> everything went flying and people and, yeah, pretty intense. >> severe turbulence injuries at least seven passengers and crew members aboard a flight bound for milan. the plane forced to land in canada.
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