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the east coast continue to dig out from feet of snow. conditions in washington, coming up. a live look from our report, coming up. first, a check on the weather. occurring right now along the border. temperatures range from 30 in abbeville and is still cold enough to support ictemperatures of bumped up in the mountains, asheville up for the, 38 in andrews and it will be light rain in north carolina this morning. impact the upstate. temperatures reaching 54 at the upstate high and upper 40's for the mountains. afternoon temperatures will help to get rid of a lot of the ice. we will talk about when the sunny weather begins for the
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many school districts are on tallyson: others will stay closed. you'll find them on the ticker below and on tbl app. meanwhile, some parents we saying yesterday, the roads looked fine. you see sky 4 video here showing the roads. greenville county school officials say the number one ason to close or del safety. officials say they have 75,000 students and 10000 e about 10000 of the students have school choice and go to magnet schools. that is sometimes no where near their homes, and many of the teachers also travel far for work. today's delay in greenville county is actually a new process. geoff: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from with more on that. aly: happy tuesday, everyone. back to school for greenvillcounty kids today but just a slight delay. the hind me, you can see travelers rest high school and a lot of snow is still on the ground, part of the reason for the delay. and children in greenville county schools that some primary and secondary roads in north greenville county are stil that's why they enacted this new delayed opening process for
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essentially, all schools operate on a two-hour delay, and school buildings will not open until two hours later than usual. but officials say individual road conditions vary so you have to decide if it's safe to take your child to school. this is sky4 big deal over greenville county -- this is sky4 great deal over greenville county. they safer to stay home, then stay home but call the school to tell them. officials say an absence today will be excused and missed work may be made up. the school says it did send a phone message to parents detailing all of the information you need to know today. we also have it on wyff4.com for you. aly myles wyff news 4 live in travelers rest. geoff: thank you, aly. the school district also wants you to know that bus transportation will not be available for the peop live in these school attendance areas. the elementary schools include gateway, heritage, mountain view, skyland, slater-marietta and tigerville. the middle school areas are blue ridge and northwest middle schools. travelers rest and blue ridge
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schools. again, this is for students who live in these atte that includes students both assigned to these school and those attending other schools on choice. allyson: taking a look at the road conditions greenville , public works and the sc-dot say there e e no reports of any storm. greenville used a salt solution or brine on the roads instead of sand for the first time. studies showed the sand in the past was causing more problems. plus, water run off. city officials say the other reason is because they constantly fix roads as soon as problems were reported. meanwhile, south carolina taxpayers are still footing the bill from last year's winter in terms of pothole damage to cars. in 2015, drivers who submitted damage claims to dot were reimbursed $727,000. the vast majority of those had to do with potholes. you can file a claim with dot if they know about the pothole and failed to fix it. if it's a new pothole not yet reported, officials say it's
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repairs. geoff: the highway patrol says this weekend's winter weather played a role in a deadly crash involving a tri-at 44-year-old andy van evera of greer died saturday. friends say he was training for a half-marathon. troopers say van evera was running off the roadway in the direction of a car along highway 14. investigators say the driver of a honda swerved to avoid him but ended up hitting an icy patch of road. >> he was a father to three children and he didn't come back from his run that day, and i think when you look at it like that, it could be any of us out there. geoff: troopers say van evera died at the hospital. to union county now, troopers say the wintery conditions also claimed a life there. the coroner identified the man as 61-year-old jimmy thomas. the wreck happened saturday afternoon on highway 9 close to jonesville. troopers say thomas was heading south when his car veered off the road. he then hit a ditch and a tree.
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hospital, where he later died. allyson: taking a look at the roads on i-85 around gossett road. when accident with injuries in greenville county on hunts bridge road and sulfur springs road. ems is or can the accident. also, ice reported in spartanburg countyn highway 9. the careful and watch for water. construction on woodru road could so you don run i-385. working on a power pole and the right lanes will be closed throughout the week. keep that in mind. [no audio] geoff: continuing coverage now, it's been a year since 16-year-old cobey smith was investigators are still
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smith's body was found on january 25, 2015, near sliding rock creek trail. that's not far from smith's home at heritage park. a candlelight vigil was held last night on clark street in the nicholtown community. family members tell us they are still seeking just cobey's death. allyson: in anderson, a 9-year-old was shot inside his home during a drive-by. deputies say no arrests have been made. an incident report says it happened saturday night at a home on crooked creek court. the boy's mother told investigators she was in her bedroom when she heard several gunshots. she says he showed up to her room with a gunshot to the leg. he was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. geoff: this happened last friday. the several people, includinchbusiness when those two armed men this -- when two armed men demanded and stole money. one of the suspects was killed.
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allyson: a lockdown has been lifted for winston-salem state. you can see the proximity to wake forest. officials say the lockdown went into effect at 9:30 while they search for a person with a gun. no shots were reportedly fire. it was lifted after 1:00 a.m. they believe the person that campus with two other peoplgeoff: rain is on the way and we are seeing it at the border. dale: yes, and upstate will, too, later this afternoon. it is 34 degrees as you look from our gibbs field camera. a lot of people wanted to watch the panthers practice this year. 34 degrees, above freezing in spartanburg but other communities are still cold in the piedmont. light rain started to fall in western noh carolina. i did that front, temperatures
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they are in the upstate and piedmontthat is good news because it will help with the melting that needs to take place where it is icy. here is our future plus forecast in motion. 3:00, 4:00, or showers into the mountains and networks into the upstate tonight and continuing through tomorrwe will have a few lingering showers into thursday morning in western north carolina. that could be a mix of snow and rain thursday morning, but temperat above three same. 36 and drank them, 35 and -- 36 in franklin. laurens at 31. u.s. that 29, where shoals at 27, so chilly beginnings to the morning. watch out for icy spots. light breezes for the most part in the upstate. eight to 13 in the mountains makes it feel colder. looking ahead, a few lingering showers early thursday and look
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saturday and sunday. temperatures this weekend will be above normal. the upper 50's to 60's. geoff: how the government is affected today.
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allyson: another day of taking out as the east coast tries to get back up and running after thise snowstorm. geoff: washington saw about two feet and that is where nikole killion has the latest. nikole: the federal government is shut down again today as a cleanup continues. the white house also canceled their daily briefing. the presidt is set to stay indoors and scheduled to hold a meeting in the oval office. some things are getting back to area airports have reopened and mass transit is almost fully running. some of this is sony and museums are opening up, but schools are closed until at least to give the cruise more time to clear roads. nikole killion wyff news 4. geoff: thank you. the price tag of the storm is estimated at $2.5 billion to $3
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allyson: that includes spending that was skipped as people huddled that home and does not include damages to roads and infrastructure: showers this afternoon and evening.
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>> now, your live super doppler
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we look out for mark he's center skycam -- we look out from our peace center skycam. seen some sprinkles along the tennessee and north carolina border, northern haywood, swain and it will be more so coming in early afternoon for the mound later or the upstate. we will get rain, maybe 1/10 of an inch at most. our future plus forecast in motion is showing the clouds in the mountains at a couple of spots and about 4:00, or active in the mountains. tomorrow we see showers in the forecast. early thbe a lingering and a little precipitation along the tennessee and north carolina border. this morning, it is a cold enough to produce winter weather. ashl let four d,
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asheville at 42. pickens currently at 29 and easily at 31 perry mid to upper 30's across oconee county.isaac remaining in spots, especially where lot fell. be careful on slippery roads early. by the afternono, southwest breeze is that five to seven and temperatures back to normal range, which what the upstate is 53, 54 and for the mountains, while i 40's and 50. -- more like 40 and 50. : atlanta this morning up 41. these are -- cool in atlanta this morning at 41. as you look ahead with the four day plus forecast, the sun is going to weekend and get rid of a lot of the ice and temperatures are back to
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sunday. upper 50's in the mountains, 60's in upstate. monday with highs at 60 to 62. a break from the cold this coming weekend. allyson: taking a look at the roads, i-85 around the southern connector looking smooth. we do have an accident to tell you about in greenville on hands bridge burrowed and sulfur springs road. ems is on the scene and it is blocking that intersection. we will keep you updated. ice on the road reported in spartanburg county at highway 9. the careful and watch out for any patches of standing water and patches of black ice. in greenville, woodruff road with construction around i-385. it will be at night between 6:00 and 10:00. the right lane will be closed and it is around i-385, so watch
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they're working on the power poles in the area. i-85 looking at a speed limit drive, two minutes from business 85 tightening six. let's see how a look at i-385 from woodruff road. geoff: thank you. when the carolina panthers and the denver broncos squar super bowl 50, the denver broncos say they will wear their white uniforms as the home team. the afc is always in even numbered years. the panthers say they'll wear their black jerseys february 7. meanwhile, panthers all-pro linebacker thomas davis looks probable for the game. he found out he broke his arm on this play against arizona, sunday. davis' surgery yesterday morning went well by all accounts. head coach ron rivera says davis probably needs to wear a brace on his right arm but he should be ready. another play ready to go, panthers quarterback cam brad fralick has more on newton from charlotte.
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one overall pick back in the 2011 draft for the carolina panthers. he said he wanted to get this team to a super bowl. a few short years later, the panthers are headed to super bowl l>> i think the super bowl means for us as an organization to the carolina panthers, everybody that wears carolina blue and black, everyone who believes carolina blue and black, it has been a long time coming. it is a cliche question you have to ask yourself, why not us? we are going to play this game for multiple reasons and multiple people, from the forefathers that played in the super bowl's before who didn't win and also the people who are back in the 704. brad: an intriguing matchup with cam newton against peyton manning. an interesting stat, the first time in super bowl history that
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will go against each other the quarterback positionbrad fralick wyff news 4. >> craziest thing i have ever seen in my life. geoff: a special guest that jimmy fallon rod out for actress
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allyson: if you missed "the tonight show," kate hudson stop by. geoff: kate hudson talked about getting to hold a baby panda and they brought up a special guest. we have a teenaged panda that lives here in the studio. [applause] [laughter] [laughter] >> good to see you. to you want to hold a teenage panda? [laughter] >> beautiful.
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#dancingpanda is a recurring sketch. allyson: they have the most random stuff on that show. [laughter] who comes up with this stuff? geoff: jimmy fallon probably. dale: he never grew up and it is working for him. geoff: he does a lot of things, impersonations, -- allyson: he is funny. dale: a little brain today. it is coming already into the mountains of north carolina. it will take a little while to affect the upstate. 32 deg in lawrences -- in laurens and cold in the piedmont been in the mountains. -- it is colder in the piedmont then in the mountains. cherokee seen action in northern haywood county. and 40's in the mountains to
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piedmont. this next event will impact us more so tonight and into tomorrow with rain likely across the area. temperatures right now at the coldest in greenwood where it is 30. 31 in abbeville, upper 20's in boone. asheville and hendersonville right at 40. still, watch out for icy spots in the mountains, especially higher elevations. we do have some warmer weather behind the front. we will not feel it thursday and friday. by saturday, 60 in the upstate and upper 50's for thee mountains. it's like a nice weekend shaping up. allyson: thank you. turning to our wyff 4 timeline. today is january 26. on this date in 1988, research was released indicating that healthy men could help prevent heart attacks by t aspirin every other day. geoff: the medical news did come with a warning though, about
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ability of the blood to clot.school delays and closings geoff: school delays and closings again as icy roads
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that includes a new system greenville county is following this morning. what you need to know, next. allyson: a live look in philadelphia where they are digging the latest, coming up. geoff: a live look from our area, showing conditions on the roads traffic coming up in a moment but first, a check of the weather. dale: good morning. sunrise happens at 7:32. no problem for traffic on major arteries. it is shaded neighborhood roads that are icy, especially into higher elevations, so watch out for potential icy spots. light rain is developing in parts of north carolina and north tennessee and more expected tonight and into tomorrow. the next event will be light rain.
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greenwood and abbeville with low 30's, low 40's in asheville and hendersolight breezes out of the southwest anticipated today. of upper 40's in the mountains and low 50's in the upstate. better temperature rise and we will talk about what the rest of the week and weekend will be like in a few minuallyson: across the carolinas many school districts are on a , delay this morning, including greenville county. geoff: others will stay closed. you'll find them on the ticker below and on the wyff 4 moble app. meanwhile, some parents were saying yesterday, the roads looked fine. in many places they did. you see sky 4 video here showing the roads. greenville county school officials say the number one reason to close or delay is safety. officials say they have 75,000 students and 10000 employees. about 10000 of the students have school choice and go to magnet schools. that is sometimes no where near their homes, and many of the
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work. allyson: today's delay in greenville county is actually a new process. geoff: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from with more on that. aly: good morning. we are here in front of travelers rest high school. the cars are moving along behind me, but beyond that section, there is snow and ice. officials informed all parents and children in greenville county schools that some primary and secondary roads in n greenville county are still icy. that's why they enacted this new delayed opening process for today. essentially, all schools operate on a two-hour delay, and school buildings will not open until two hours later than usual. but officials say individual road conditions vary so you have to decide if it's safe to take your child to school. this is sky4 video over the types of roads the district is worried about. they say if you believe it's safer to stay home, then stay home but call the sthem. officials say an absence today
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may be made up. the school says it did send a phone message to parents detailing all of the information you need to know today. we also have it on wyff4.com for you. aly myles wyff news 4 live in travelers rest. geoff: thank you, aly. the school district also wants you to know that bus transportation will not be available for the people who live in these school attendance areas. the elementary schools include gateway, heritage, mountain view, skyland, slater-marietta and tigerville. the middle school areas are blue ridge and northwest middle schools. travelers rest and blue ridge high schools are the two high schools. again, this is for students who live in these attendance areas. that includes students both assigned to these school and those attending other schools on choice. allyson: looking more at road conditions, greenville public works and the sc-dot say there are no reports of any major
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greenville used a salt solution or brine on the roads instead of sand for the first time. studies showed the sand in the past was causing more problems. plus, water run off. city officials say the other reason is because they constantly fix roads as soon as problems were reported. meanwhile, south carolina taxpayers are still footing the bill from last year's winter in terms of pothole damage to cars. in 2015, drivers who submitted damage claims to dot were reimbursed $727,000. the vast majority of those had to do with potholes. you can file a claim with dot if they know about the pothole and failed to fix it. if it's a new pothole not yet reported, official your responsibility to pay for repairs. geoff: the highway patrol says this weekend's winter weather played a role in a deadly crash involving a tri-athlete. 44-year-old andy van evera of greer died saturday. friends say he was training for a half-marathon. troopers say van evera was running off the roadway in the direction of a car along highway
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investigators say the driver of a honda swerved to avoid him but ended up hitting an icy patch of road. >> he was a father to three children and he didn't come back from his run that day, and i think when you look at it like that, it could be any of us out there. geoff: troopers say van evera died at the hospital. allyson: to union county now, troopers say the wintery conditions also claimed a life there. the coroner identified the man as 61-year-old jimmy thomas. the wreck happened saturday afternoon on highway 9 close to jonesville. troopers say thomas was heading south when his car veered off the road. he then hit a ditch and a tree. thomas was airlifted to a hospital, where he later died. geoff: continuing coverage now, it's been a year since 16-year-old cobey smith was killed in greenville investigators are still searching for answers. smith's body was found on january 25, 2015, near the sliding rock creek trail. that's not far from smith's home at herit
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last night on clark street in the nicholtown community. family members tell us they are still seeking justice for cobey's death. allyson: in anderson, a 9-year-old was shot inside his home during a drive-by. deputies say no arrests have been made. an incident report says it happened saturday night at a home on crooked creek court. the boy's mother told investigators she was in her bedroom when she heard several gunshots. she says he showed up to her room with a gunshot to the leg. he was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. geoff: the hartwell dam flood gates are closed after opening friday. look at this video from the dam. it's only the fourth time in 54 years those gates were opened. the water was five feet more than its targeted level after precipitation from the winter storm. the decision was made to be safe and open them be concerns about whether crews could get in to open the flood gates during the storm if necessary. allyson: i'll have more on your traffic
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dale: it is chilly now and we are seeing light rain in themountains and it looks like it will impact the upstate later th nikole: final pitch. democrats make their plea to
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with a roundup, next. >> now, your live super doppler 4 hd for: good morning. 6:40 as a look from our skycam
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there is the liberer bridge in the background. 35 degrees, clouds across the upstate and sprinkles along the tennessee-north carolina border with more of this this afternoon and into the upstate by the evening. 4:00 or 5:00 on, the upstate will see showers. that will be our next event. not snowowr ice but light rain today, tonight and into tomorrow. here is our computer model in motion. about 3:00 or 4:00 in the mountains, more action and into the upstat and into tomorrow, or showers with maybe a few lingering showers in the mountains on thursday morning. that will be a mixture of rain and snow, but not today, just light rain. temperatures mild in asheville compared to abbeville. 37 in toccoa, greenville at 35,
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temperatures chilly but there is ice in a few spots across the upstate and mountains. watch out for slippery spots earlwe will talk about the weekend in our next report. allyson: taking a look at the accident on the interstate. i-85 northbound, accident with injuries around have a 29 in anderson couwe will continue to get a closer look but keep you updated. not really blocking any lanes. in greenville at hunts bridge road and sulfur springs road. on highway 9, be careful in the area and watch for patches ofice. i 26 -- 40 looking at the speed limit drive. 43 minutes from i-26 to the
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let's take a look i-385 from haywood road. geoff: thank you. commitment 2016 this morning. democrats are back on the campaign trail after taking the primetime spotlight for the last time before the iowa caucus. nikole killion joins us live from our exclusive washington newsroom. nikole: this was a little different in the sense that the candidates got to speak one-on-one with builders and take t questions at a democratic town hall in iowa last night. bernie sanders, hillary clinton and martin o'malley made their closing arguments before next week'polls show a neck and neck race with bernie sanders and kelly clinton and martin o'malley trails. -- on hillary clinton and martin o'malley trails. >> i think it is there to say i
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>> establishment politics is not good enough. we need a political revolu>> we cannot be this fed up with a gridlock, dysfunctional national politics and think that tho old ideologies will move us forward. nikole: republicans will get their chance to square off one last time before the caucus in a debate this thursday ngeoff: as we look ahead of that gop did they come at again stirring up controversy. nikole: no surprise. the gop front-runner says he is not 100% sure if you will put dissipated in this debate on thursday because it is posted by fox news and will be moderated in part by anchor megyn kelly. they had a falling out after that first gop debate back in august, however, trump says he does want to do the debate but is not sure if megyn kelly will treat him fairly. geoff: we shall see.
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a couple other notes, with one week away from the iowa caucuses, ted cruz has picked up an endorse from former rival the perry. they will be in iowa today. meanwhile, the president willwait to see the democratic nominees before endorsing anyo a live look and travelers rest where black ice concerns are on the road. closing delays are at the bottom
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geoff: in nine years to go, unlike look at our anderson skycallyson: another chilly morning. what can we expect? dale: not as cold, but enough to maintain price in the piedmont the little light rain coming across the tennessee-north carolina border and more expected this afternoon and evenintake an umbrella or rain jacket. temperatures are the coldest in greenwood at 30, boone at 29, of the areas of low to mid 30's in the upstate and the 40's in the mountains.cool for wednesday and thursday with rain in the forecast and sunny weather for friday, saturday and sunday. go warmer than normal weekend on the way and i don't think anybody wi you've got that right. the hartwell dam flood gates are
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look at this video from the dam. it's only the fourth time in 54 years those gates were opened. the water was five feet more than its targeted level after precipitation from the winter storm. the decision was made to be safe and open them because of concerns about whether crews could get in to open the flood gates during the storm if necessary. allyson: across the carolinas, many school districts are on a delay this morning including greenville county. geoff: others will stay closed. you'll find them on the ticker below and on the wyff 4 moble app. meanwhile, some parents were saying yesterday, th looked fine. some did look fine. you see sky 4 video here showing the roads. greenville county school officials say the number one reason to close or delay is safety. officials say they have 75,000 students and 10000 employees. about 10000 of the students-have school choice and go to magnet schools that is sometimes no where near their homes, and many of the teachers also travel far for work.
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is a new process. allyson: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from with more on that. aly: good morning. we are live in front of travelers rest high school. a little dicey out here, especially on primary and secondary roads. and children in greenville county schools that some primary and secondary roads in north greenville county ar they enacted this new delayed opening process for today. essentially, all schools operate on a two-hour delay, and school buildings will not open until two hours later than usual. but officials say individual road conditions vary so you have to decide if it's safe to take your child to school. this is sky sports video over greenville county showing roads they're concerned as safer to stay home, then stay home but call the school to tell them. officials say an absence today will be excused and missed work may be made up. you should have gotten all this information in a phone message. if you have like to read it, we
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www.wyff4.com. aly myles wyff news 4 live in travelers rest. geoff: thank you, aly. the school district also wants you to know that bus transportation will not be available for the people who live in these school attendance areas. the elementary schools include gateway, heritage, mountain view, skyland, slater-marietta and tigerville. the middle school areas are blue ridge and northwest middle schools. travelers rest and blue ridge high schools are the two high schools. again, this is for students who live in these attendance areas. that includes students both assigned to these school and those attending other schools on choice. allyson: spartanburg and anderson had announced make up for the snow days. students will make up days on february 15 and march 11 in spartanburg district five and anderson district one will make it up on [indiscernible] check of the roads, i-85 in
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traffic to got it watch out. also, an accident on hunts bridge road and sulfur springs road with injuries and block in the roadway. ice reported in spartanburg county at highway 9. be careful and watch out for patches of standing water that could turn it's a black ice. i-26, i-40, i-385, i-85 looking good. continuing with the road, greenville public works and the sc-dot say there are no reports of any major damage to roads from the storm. geoff: greenville used a salt solution or brine on the roads instead of sand r time. studies showed the sand in the past was causing more problems. plus, water run off. city officials say the other reason is because they constantly fix roads as soon as problems were reported. allyson: meanwhile, south carolina taxpayers are still footing the bill from last year's winter, in terms of pothole damage to in 2015, drivers who submitted
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reimbursed $727,000. the vast majority of those had to do with potholes. you can file a claim with dot if they know about the pothole, and failed to fix it. if it's a new pothole not yet reported, officials say it's your responsibility to pay for repairs. geoff: the highway patrol says this weekend's winter weather played a role in a deadly crash involving a tri-athlete. 44-year-old andy van evera of greer died saturday. friends say he was training for a half-marathon. troopers say van evera was running off the roadway in the direction of a car along highway 14. investigators say the driver of a honda swerved to avoid him, but ended up hitting an icy patch of road. troopers say van evera died at the hospital. troopers say the wintery conditions in union county also claimed a life there. the coroner identified the man as 61-year-old j the wreck happened saturday afternoon on highway 9 close to jonesville. troopers say thomas was heading south when his car veered off
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he then hit a ditch and a tree. thomas was airlifted to a hospital, where he later died. allyson: continuing coverage now, investigators are still searching for answers a year since 16-year-old cobey smith was killed in greenville. smith's body was found on january 25, 2015, near the sliding rock creek trail. a candlelight vigil was held last night on clark street in the nicholtown community. geoff: an unarmed man for any from police ended up calling 25 eight. he was identified as 19-year-old jarell held. the owner of the stolen vehicle spotted his car in gastonia and told them who was driving it. they found him in the mall and run after him. he fired a shot that officers and jumped over a wall, falling roughly 25 feet. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive.
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north carolina university has been lifted. it was fort winston-salem state near wake forest. it went into effect in 9:30 while they searched for a person with a gun. no shots are reportedly fired. the lockdown was lifted after 1:00 a.m. and they believe the person that campus with twogeoff: a total of 14 cadets are receiving on campus punishment at the c after the group appeared in these photos of the low cases on their heads. the pictures surfaced online late last year and the colt announced the decision yesterday. allyson: the first witnesses appeared in court. a political science expert testified, saying there is no evidence of voter fraud. the state attorney claims about a voter id, a poll worker cannot write a voter. they say the law discriminates against african-american and voters.
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geoff: a hockey game, and it shows a deal that he made with his father. if you scores a goal, he will get a puppy. he scored late into the second and they say they are getting across between pomeranians. if you think that is crazy, it does not end there. that was sunday. we go to columbia, ohio, monday, where another young hockey fan has a similar request, hoping number 13 cam atkinson scores so her dad gets her a dog. but he didn't score just once. atkinson got a hat trick scoring three times in the game. i don't think they are getting three dogs, but at least one. allyson: no pressure to these guys. if you score, i get a dog. [laughter] headed to the roads, one pretty serious accident in greenville
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bridge road with injuriewe will keep an eye on that and watch for patches of black ice. interstates all clear. geoff: clear this morning but rain on the way. dale: yes, we will see clouds building across the area this morning and some scattered showers already developing in or carolina. a few spots in haywood and graham county and we will see more actions around 4:00 on across the upstate with showers. temperatures today will still reach normal range. that is upper 40's for the mountains and for the upstate, 30's to low 50's for the afternoon. this will help get rid of some of the ice causing problems across the area from snow events. temperatures tomorrow will maybe be cooler with the rain and we will see the sign up -- the sun up this weekend.
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week to the caucuses as hillary clinton and bernie sanders square off in an iowa town hall. plus, the rivalry between donald trump and ted heats up. the latest on the 2016 race, just moments away on "today." be safe today. allyson: be careful on the
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