Skip to main content

tv   WYFF News 4 6am  NBC  January 27, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST

6:00 am
we saw rain earlier. do we have rain throughout the rest of the day? dale: no, it is coming to an end before probably the main drive to work. it finally got here. it was slow coming across the mountains and into the upstate and it will e coast. as you head out to work and school this morning, it to upper 40's in the upstate, 50 laurens, greenwood and abbeville. we are looking at temperatures of 50 and do west so a nice start for the day. it is usually 20's and 30's overnight, but the clom getting as cold. upper 30's in the mountains and it will feel cooler with the breeze. a jacket a good idea as you head up to work and school. looks like the rain will be coming to an end. we will talk about warmer days
6:01 am
and the snow related deadline has passed for property owners allyson: they have two options, shoveled the sidewalk or face a fine.wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from asheville with more. aly: good morning. we are live in asheville at the corner of montford and chestnut street and there is still a lot of snow. a lot is at my feet on thesideline. the problem is if someone files , a complaint about this type of thing to the city, the property owners could face some fines. the city ordinance requires property owners to shovel the snow on the public sidewalks that run in front of their homes. public works officials say owners have until 48-hours after the end of a storm to get the job done. if not, they could face fines of up to $100 a day. >> i know before the stormwe pushed some things out on social media about that, but everyone doesn't follow there could be some property owners that just don't know. aly: compliance officers generally respond to violations
6:02 am
10 days to comply. the city says it tried to warn people through social media about the requirement but says not everyone follows their accounts, so some property owners just might not know. aly myles wyff news 4 live in asheville. geoff: thank you. a winter weather update now. many people who rely on meals on wheels for their food were helped and checked on during the storm. the volunteers follow the greenville county school district policy. if there's no school, they don't deliver, but meals on wheels' executive director says they sent extra frozen meals earlier in the week. she also says they called each client to check on them friday, as well as their most vulnerable clients monday. she says anyone who needed food got a delivery. good to hear. representative mike pitts of laurens is trying to explain his journalists. allyson: he says the fact his idea set off a media and politicial firestorms point. the media will defend the first amendment and freedom of press but won't defend other
6:03 am
bear arms. >> the press, you guys, the media, readily defended, but your swords out -- brought your there was going to be a amendment. allyson: pitt says he does not think the proposal will pass but he wanted to spark discussion with the bill. geoff: commitment 2016 now, while republican presidential candidates areet tomorrow in iowa. donald trump now says he'll be somewhere else in iowa. >> we'll do something where we raise money for the veterans and the wounded warriors. we're going to do something simultaneously with the debate, but most likely, i'm not going to do the debate. geoff: trump has had a running feud with one of the debate's moderators fox news anchor megyn kelly since the first fox debate last year.
6:04 am
trump is in the midlands. he will hold a rally at 7:00 tonight in lexington county. allyson: republican candidate ben carson's wife will be in the upstate today. candy carson's set to speak to students at 9:30 at langston charter middle school in greenville. meanwhile, senator marco rubio has his first big endorsement. former new york governor george patakiki pataki ended his own white house bid last month. geoff: other news now, the case against an upstate man accused of sex crimes against children is heading to a grand jury. joseph patterson appeared in an anderson courtroom yesterday for a preliminary hearing. the 57-year-old faces 21 charges, involving nine alleged victims some younger than 12-years-old. covering the nation now, we take you to seattle washington, where two people were killed and three others wounded in a shooting at a homeless encampment. the encampment shooting was very targeted. no one has been arrested.
6:05 am
two persons of interest. allyson: in burns, oregon, a near month long occupation of federal land by protesters has come to a vio end. one of the occupiers is dead after a traffic stop by oregon state police and the fbi resulted in an apparent shoot out. six people were arrested in all. the group's leader ammon bundy is among the arrestees, police said. investigators plan to charge all the men with a federal felony charge. geoff: and to the midwest in flint, michigan, the water crisis continues to nightmare. healthcare workers conducted hundreds of checks on children for lead exposur the testing is being done for free and offered to children 6 years of age and younger. since the state of emergency was declared three weeks ago, thousands of bottles of water and water filters have been delivered. that includes from our area. oskar blues brewery in brevard is sending canned water today to distribute in flint. they'll also hold a fundraising event there tomorrow to support healthcare needs for children in
6:06 am
allyson: taking a look at the roads, i-85 around the yellow mall picking up. anderson county on south main street, an accident th laurens, one blocking white plains road near highway four 560. a couple of things to note this morning as you head e door. we do have some construction ongoing on woodruff road until morning and from 10:00 at night. a basketball game is happening tonight at the bon secours wet 7:00 p.m. expect extra traffic. good. geoff: taking a look at news near charleston. many reported feeling and hearing a loud boom in charleston. the u.s. geological survey says it has not detected an
6:07 am
officials with the marine corps air station in beaufort, says it may have instead been a sonic boom. that happens when an aircraft breaks the sound we heard reports coming in yesterday morning and everybody are due for an earthquake. dale: but that was not it. about to get out of here. dale: yes, more widespread rain earlier and now it is mostly cloudy in downtown greenville as you looke c cter skycam. we do have wet roads this morning from the light rain so drive carefully. it will slippery in the upstate and mountains. a few spots in northergreenville into rutherfordton pope county -- and polk county and in the piedmont, but it looks liwe will have mostly cloudy skies today and temperatures did not get that cold overnight because
6:08 am
asheville, 39 in andrews. it feels colder because of the wind in the mountains and light breezes in the upstate.asheville and hendersonville have a wind chill working this morning so dress accordingly. look how nice it is going to be. typical temperatures for thursday and friday for this time of the year and warmer than normal weather for saturday and sunday. of 60 to 62 across the region s surday and 61 to 63 on sunday. it looks like those nice days continue into the first of nexgeoff: thank you. if you have wondered why south carolina has two different primaries, we have your answer, comiallyson: a live look outside at
tv-commercial
6:09 am
the announcer: you are watching live, local, breaking ne weather with meteoal geoff: moore commitment 2016. the latest in the halls for the presid race. donald trump has hit a new high in polls nationwide. here's a look at the la numbers from nbc news and survey monkey. trump holding the most support
6:10 am
the closest to him, senator ted cruz, with 17%. marco rubio with 10%. the rest of the candidat hit double digits. on the democratic side of that same poll, nationwide, hillary clinton is still leading with 51% of support. bernie sanders coming in second with 37%. martin o'malley well behind. allyson: the presidential primaries are just around the corner. in south carolina, there are two different dates. today's the deadline to register for voting i primary on february 27. the deadline has already passed for registering to vote in the republican primary on february 20. the reason for the two dates? the state elections commission says each party decides its own day. this stems from when the parties were in charge of their own elections. state officials allowing the parties to keep choosing their dates despite st handling the primaries now. you likely already know the carolina panthers are headed to the super bowl 50, but the president is making sure so many
6:11 am
>> now, your live super doppler 4 hd f: good morning. coming up on 6:16. we can see wet roads but rain has come to an end for most of
6:12 am
we are still seeing a couple of sprinkles and brother fred county, pull c and greenwood, seven abbeville and in georgia. the rain from last night, not expecting a big event and it just left little moisture behind. we will have mostly cloudy skies today and thoroughly typical temperatures for this time ofs and asheville climb to low 40's. 46 to 50 across the upstate and piedmont and that will climb in low 50's for the afternoon. it is the breeze in the mountains that makes it feel colder, feeling like 20's from hendersonville to asheville. sunshine is coming and most of the country enjoying chilly overnight uafter this little plant passes through, we will have cool mornings and nice days to look forward to for the latter part of the ws warmer to saturday and sunday. we will be seeing typical
tv-commercial
6:13 am
statewide. that is not typical for this time of the year, but it will be widespread as far as warmer days coming in this weekend. 52 to 54 may be the best the upstate seas. we started off chilly and reach 44 for the afternoon. the couple degrees below normal with clouds. or sunshine tomorrow, temperatures where they should be. by saturday, warmer than normal. for saturday and sunday, highs of 60 to 62 and a beautiful start to monday with hardly cloudy skies, upper 50's to low 60's and looks like the next chance for showers will be on tuesday with the 30% chance of showerthat is the quick look at what is going on weather-wise. let's chec with allyson powell for traffic. allyson: taking a look at the roads, busy areas around the interstate. i-385 around bridges road
6:14 am
this unusually busy. i 85 around clemson boulevard, everything is smooth on in laurens off the interstate, accident on white plains road an highway 560. blocking the road and we will continue to watch that. in anderson county, south main street would an accident and no injuries. if you are headed around the bon searound 7:00, even around 5:00, heavy traffic. the clemson basketball game is there tonight. even when it clears around 8:00 to 10:00. limit drive. i-385 looking good as well. you can see around woodruff road, starting to pick ugeoff: 18 minutes after 6:00, not just the carolina panthers players that are headed to the
6:15 am
on the owner's tab. panthers president danny morrison revealed that team owner jerry richardson is paying for every empl organization to go to the bay area to see the team play the denver broncos. richardson always stresses that from the players to the front office, carolina wins as one. the big cat also picked up the tab in 2004 for more than 550 employees and a guest to go to houston for super bowl 38. panthers quarterback cam newton graces the cover of this week's "sports illustrated." available today, the story title, "newton's law revised." cam and the panthers keep going up, showing no signs of coming down. to the clemson tigers now who graced various front covers last season. their path to another attempt at a national championship run is laid out. the acc released the schedule for the league yesterday. clemson will begin its run on september 3. it will be at auburn, the home opener comes against troy. the acc opener against
6:16 am
the tigers play on a thursday, and friday night this year against georgia tech and boston college. the acc atlantic division race heats up against florida state in late october. then the palmetto state rivalry game ends the before the acc championship in charlotte. allyson: look now at what is trending in the nba. kobe bryant did not play against the mavericks but he did not find a seat on the bench. watch this, he was in street clothes and he finds no see on the bench, so he makes one. he tells the rookie to take a seat on the floor. he is letting those again guys know he is still in charge. ge when you are the veteran. allyson: that is just how it is. that is like an unwritten role. i husband was the rookie one year and that was not fun -- my husband was the rookie one year
6:17 am
geoff: some school news, the state superintendent plans to bring a partnership up for
6:18 am
of school vithey show the way they learn in partnerships. they visited street academy in district seven and they are working to build the pube partnership with meeting street academy. allyson: dale visited a school yesterday. tell us the story. dale:: i had the best time yesterday at their middle school. they invited me to stick to the sixth-graders and i had a chancehere's the picture. we had a great time talking, a great lunch and tea right to the principal, the teachers who invited me to come. i was so impressed by the cold wave graphics business that their six, seventh and eighth graders have created. a have a state-of-the-art printing facility and they makm t-shirts to coffee mugs. check this out.
6:19 am
dale: they do first-class work. aren't those nice? look here. some state of thert pens. it has a special tip for your smartphone. we all get one of thosally, there you go. allyson: thank you. dale: they do great work. we are very impressed. t right so much and also this wonderful cake. -- thank you so much and also this wonderful cake. we will enjoy itlike they say, keep your phil b hands off the basket. -- keep your filthy hands off the basket. [laughter] the rain is coming to an end, close to cloudy skies for the afternoon and temperatures climb to the lowd mid 40's or the mountains. it will not be along much longer. watch for slippery spots on roads.
6:20 am
you from an esl teacher with the greenville school district who , teaches adults, sent us this photo from one of his s from colombia, the country, not the capital. the student made her first snowman and decided to give it a pineapple hat. thank you for sending in that picture. we would love to have a picture from your school, it does not matter wwe would love to have a picture from your class. geoff: that is terrific. thank you. it's time now for your wyff news 4 timeline on this january 27. on this date in 2006, western union sent its last telegram. the service dated back to the mid 1860's. allyson: telegrams reached the height of popularity in the 1920's and 1930's. at that time, it was cheaper to
6:21 am
long-distance phone call. >> not everybody is young and able to shoveled snow, so it does not bother me so much, but the city cannot do it either.
6:22 am
and have snow in front of your property, he could be facing fines. plus, how a local brewery is trying to help with the flint, michigan water crisis. geoff: we have closings and delays at the bottom of the screen. this is a shot from downtown greenville and let's get a check of forecast because we had rain overnight but it is getting out of here. dale: it is starting to break up as it works its way through thwe will have cloudy skies and an isolated sprinkle in a few spots. 40's will climb to low 50's for the ride home today. in the mountains, 30's and low 40's and mostly cloudy expected for the afternoon. nice weather for the end of the weekend. geoff: thank you. if you have snow in front of your sidewalk in asheville you , could face a fine. allyson: the snow-related deadline has passed. property owners must shovel.
6:23 am
live froll aly: good morning. we are live on chestnut street and asheville. and the snow is not just on bushes but on sidewalks. it has become very crunchy and just solid ice concern spots and snow in if someone files a complaint about this type of thing to the city, the property owners could face some fines. the city ordinance requires property owners to shovel the snow on the public sidewalks that run in front of their homes. public works officials say owners have until 48-hours after the end of a storm to get the job done. if not, they could face fines of up to $100 a day. >> i know before the storm, we pushed some things out on social media about that, but everyone doesn't follow social media. there could be some property owners that just don't know. aly: compliance officers generally respond to violations after a complaint is filed. after that, property owners have 10 days to comply.
6:24 am
people through social media about the requirement but says not everyone follows their accounts, so some property owners just might not know. aly myles wyff news 4 live in asheville. geoff: a winter weather update now. many people who rely on meals on wheels for their food were helped and checked on during the storm. the volunteers follow the greenville county school district policy. if there's no school, they don't deliver, but meals on wheels' executive director says they sent extra frozen meals earlier in the week. she also says they called each client to check on them friday, as well as their most vulnerable clients monday. she says anyone who needed food got a delivery. representative mike pitts of laurens is trying to explain his proposed state registry for journalists. allyson: he says the fact his idea set off a media and politicial firestorm proves his point. the media will defend the first amendment and freedom of press but won't defend other amendments like the right to bear arms.
6:25 am
to register with the state of south carolina to exercise my second amendment rights to bear arms. anybody can own one, but to carry it i have to be registered. it simply registers your pen in the same manner. now, do i really want that? no. i don't. allyson: pitts says he just wanted to spark discussion with the bill. geoff: commitment 2016 now, while republican presidential candidates are set to debate tomorrow in iowa donald trump , now says he'll be somewhere else in iowa. >> we'll do something where we raise money for the veterans and the wounded warriors. we're going to do something simultaneously with the debate, but most likely, i'm not going to do the debate. geoff: trump has had a running feud with one of the debate's moderators fox news anchor megyn , kelly since the first fox
6:26 am
before heading to iowa tomorrow, trump is in the midlands. he will hold a rally at 7:00 this evening in lexington county. allyson: republican candidate ben carson's wife will be in the upstate to candy carson's set to speak to students at 9:30 at langston charter middle school in greenville. meanwhile, senator marco rubio has his first big endorsement. former new york governor george pataki. pataki ended his own white house bid last month. geoff: other news now, the case against an upstate man acc of sex crimes against children is heading to a grand jury. joseph patterson appeared in an anderson courtroom yesterday for a preliminary hearing. the 57-year-old faces 21 charges, involving nine alleged victims, some younger than 12-years-old. covering the nation now, we take you to seattle, washington where , two people were killed and three others wounded in a shooting at a homeless encampment. police say the victims lived at the encampment and that the shooting was very targeted. no one has been arrested. police say they're searching for
6:27 am
allyson: and burns, oregon, a near month long occupation of federal land by a small group of protesters has come to a violent end. one of the occupiers is dead after a traffic stop by oregon state police that resulted in an apparent shoot out. six people were arrested in all. that includes the group's leader ammon bundy is among the arrestees. geoff: and to the midwest in flint, michigan, the water crisis continues to be a nightmare. healthcare workers conducted hundreds of checks on children for lead exposure tuesday. the testing is being done for free and offered to children 6 years of age and younger. since the state of emergency was declared three weeks ago, thousands of bottles of water and water filters have been delivered. that includes from our area. oskar blues brewery in brevard is sending canned water today to distribute in flint. they'll also hold a fundraising event there tomorrow to support healthcare needs for children in
tv-commercial
6:28 am
allyson: i'm over here with dale looking for anymore pieces of that choco: that was delicious. allyson: we will have an update on the roads.
6:29 am
>> now, your live super doppler
6:30 am
da: good morning. we have had rain overnight. you will find wet roads across the upstate, 46 and was a cloudy downtown as a look at our peace skycam. a few sprinkles and rutherford, hickory, also spots in southern abbeville and greenwood county. also along i-85 in anderson, but not widespread like it was earlier.expect the rain is tapering off and coming to an end and we will have mostl skies today, which kept it from getting cold overniit is in the mid 40's for anderson, greenville, spartanburg, 50's from laurens to greenville. chilly in the mountains at 37. franklin at 40 and temperatures today will feel cooler in the mountains because of the breeze blowing. afternoon highs will reach globe
6:31 am
40'as the sun starts to shine tomorrow, friday especially and saturday and sunday, i up nicely. allyson: taking a look at the roads. looking clear around clemson boulevard. watching business 80 five around i-26 with an accident reported around mil 2, but traffic not appearing to be too effective.in florida ands -- in laurens, the road blocked at white plains road and highway 560. no injuries. a reminder tonight with the basketball game at 7:00 p.m. at the bon secours on this, extra traffic added to the evening commute so keep that in mind and avoid that area altogether. i 26 looking at a speed limit drive. interstate looking good.
6:32 am
ricardo good morning. : i'm ricardo lecompte. after splitting a pair of games on the road ee carolina returns to the friendly confines of the cla tuesday evening. the gamecocks coasting mississippi state. first half, freshman pj dozier comes up with the steal. we go the other way. dozier with the dme to michael careera. usc with a 12-7 lead. later, sindarius thornwell knocks down the corner 3. thornwell finished with 15. the gamecocks had a six point lead. final seconds of the carerra half, heaves a shot up and hits it. 17 first half points for the senior. and nine point gamecocks lead into the bulldogs closalwithin 2, but usc goes on a 10-4 run, thanks to carerra. he had a career night last night 34 points, 15 boards, south carolina back in the win column. 84 to 74 winners over mississippi state.
6:33 am
tonight, in downtown greenville. they are testing pittsburgh. the tigers comiing off a bye week of sorts. and the time off, refreshing a team that is currently the panthers at 5 and 2 in the acc. tipoff at the well set for 7:00. aly: if you still have snow on your sidewalk in asheville, it cod cost you money. nikole: stumped by trump, the gop front-runner boycotts the next debate.
6:34 am
is backing out, comithe snow-related deadline has passed for property owners in the city of asheville. they've got two options... shovel the sidewalk...or face a fine. wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from asheville with more... after the end of a storm to get
6:35 am
filed. after that, they have 10 days. the city says they have tried to one folks on the social media, but not everyone follows them.they do know that some might know about them. aly myles wyff n4 five in asheville. allyson: we are watching business 85 around the 2 mile marker at i-26 with the reported accident. in laurens, accident at highway 560 and white plains road and a big e well, so make sure to plan on that if you don't want to be caught in traffic that starts at 7:00. 26, 40, 385 and i-80 five looking good. the northbound lanes are coming toward us and it is picking up all the way into greenville around woodruff road on let's check the weather. dale: good morning. looking at the same skycam with
6:36 am
has come to an end. it has made its way to the upstate with one or two sps in abbeville, greenwood and newberry. you may run into light rain in anderson county. this morning, showers will give way to mostly cloudy skies for the afternoon. temperatures today will be fairly typical this time of the year. low 50's or upstate highs and mid to upper 40's in the mountains. the breeze this morning in the mountains makes it fee colder, so dress accordingly. it feels like 24 and hendersonville, 28 in asheville. after this, it looks like things start to clear up the next couple of days and they warm up, too. right now, looks like saturday and sunday will have chilly mornings and by the afternoon, temperatures will push to upper 50's and low 60's. saturday, 62 in the upstate, and what a contrast to last weekend.
tv-commercial
6:37 am
weekend and it will continue into monday. allyson: thank you. representative mike pitts of laurens is trying to explas proposed state registry for journalists. geoff: he says the fact his idea set off a media and politicial firestorm proves his point. the media will def amendment and freedom of press but won't defend other amendments like the right to bear arms. pitts says doesn't think the proposal will pass nor does he want it to. pitts says he wanted to spark discussion with the bill. allyson: commitment 2016, ben carson's wife will be in the upstate today. candy carson's set to speak to students at 9:30 at langston charter middle school in greenville. geoff: meanwhile, senator marco rubio has his first big endorsement. former new york governor george pataki. pataki ended his own white house bid last month. allyson: the latest in polls for the presidential race.
tv-commercial
6:38 am
from nbc new trump holding the most support with 39%, and senator ted cruz fine. hillary clinton we do with 51% of support. geoff: the presidential primaries are just around the corner in south there are two different dates. today's the deadline to register for voting in the democratic primary on february . the deadline has already passed for registering to vote in the republican primary on february 20. the reason for the two dates? the state elections commission says each party decides its own day. this stems from when the parties were in charge of their own elections. state officials allowing the parties to keep choosing their dates, despite state government handling the primaries now. as we come with nation, we take you to seattle, washington, where two people were killed and three others wounded in a shooting at a homeless encampment. allyson: police say the victims
6:39 am
no one has been arrested. police say they're searching for two persons of interest. in burns, oregon, a near month long occupation of federal land by a small gro has come to a violent end. one of the occupiers is dead after a traffic stop by oregon state police and the fbi resulted in an apparent sho out. six people were arrested in all. the group's leader ammon bundy is among the arrestees, police said. investigators plan to charge all the men with a federal felony charge. geoff: and ohio school district canceled classes for school near house that exploded. at least one person is missing after the ohio home exploded last n is the aftermath of the explosion that happened around 9:00. the local sheriff's office dispatched units and deputies believe most of the family that survived. they were searching last night for a man who neighbors say is the homeowner. allyson: and to the midwest in flint, michigan, the water
6:40 am
healthcare workers conducted hundreds of checks on children for lead exposure tuesday. the testing is being done for free and offered to children 6 years of age and since the state of emergency was declared three weeks ago, thousands of bottlr and water filters have been delivered. that includes from our area. oskar blues brewery in brevard is sending canned water today to distribute in flint. they'll also hold a fundraising event there tomorrow, to support healthcare needs for children in flint. geoff: one of hollywood's best known character actors has died. abe vigoda pas at the age of 94. vigoda's acting career spanned half a century. he is best known for playing a mafia soldier in the "godfather," and the over-the-hill detective phil fish in the 1970's tv series "barney mil allyson: trending this morning. a picture of a swath -- sloth in ecuador has gone viral. rescue crews found it in the middle of a highway.
6:41 am
highway, and ended u to a roadside barrier. police say the sloth was examined by a vet before being released back in there is now an executive order in place that says any animals found on streets and highways must be assisted by authorities. geoff: quite a shot. u.s. customs said they arrested a man who tried to smuggle live birds in his pants. the man was a passenger on a flight from cuba to flor customs and border patrol agents took the man into custody on january 9 at miami international airport. officials say the passenger was concealing six exotic birds in a fanny pack, and three more in his pants. the birds were turned over the department of agriculture's miami quarantit it is a violation of federal law to smuggle live animals into the u.s. a picture taken of a sloth in ecuador has gone viral. -- into the u.s. [laughter] really? not to the panthers. ba highway. it's not just the carolina panthers players tha
6:42 am
employees on the owner's tab. allyson: panthers president danny morrison revealed that team owner jerry richardson is paying for every employee in the organization area to see the team play the denver broncos. richardson always stresses that from the playe office, carolina wins as one. the big cat also picked up the tab in 2004 for more than 550 employees and a guest to go to houston for super bowl 38. geoff: great step from jerry richardson. allyson: that is great. geoff: a guy you want to work for. allyson: let's take a look at the roads. left-hand side is busy on this is 85 with an accident around the two mile marker. in laurens, white plains road blocked it highly 560 them an accident. busy traffic tonight at the bottom sikora -- at the bon secours wellness arena around 7:00, so avoid that area. all the interstates looking good. they'll does not have many birds in his pants, but he does have the weather -- dale
tv-commercial
6:43 am
weathe: you two. the 40's in the mountains, it is in the upstate, and it warms up saturday and sunday. -- 50's in the upss up for the weekend. a great weekend of weather on the way.we have that to look forward to. geoff: we are trying to hold it together. allyson: we are behaving. two major shakeups in the race for o candidates behind us. geoff: nikole killion joins us live with the campaign developments, starting with trump dumping the gop debate tomorrow. nikole: trump's campaign says not only is he not participating he plans to hold an event , raiso rival the debate. >> they can't toy with me like they toy with everybody else, so let them have their debate and let's see how they do with the ratings. at a press conference last -- nikole: at a press conference last night, donald trump said
6:44 am
debate which is the last one before the iowa ca his reason, moderator megyn kelly. in a statement, fox news stood by its anchor an can't dictate the moderators or the questions. meantime, there are political shockwaves for the democrats, too, with bernie sanders meeting today with president obama in the oval office. the white house says today's meeting will b there's no formal agenda. geoff: sticking with the democrats for a moment, they also have their own debate controversy. what is that about? nikole: one of new hampshire's top newspapers announced it's teaming up with msnbc for a democratic debate on february 4, right before the primary. the head of dnc says it has no plans to sanctio debates. they have also been under some fire for not holding enough of it will be interesting to see if
6:45 am
candidate to confirm he will participate, but no confirmation response to trump? nikole: she responded on her show last night saying that she will be at the debate and ito on with our without donald trump. she also defended her questioning in that original republican debate last summer and went on to say that donald trump does control the media. allyson: thank you. geoff: i note that donald trump is in the palmetto state today before heading to iowa with a rally at 7:00 tonight in lexington county. coming up on "today," more on donald trump bowing out of the gop debate. that starts at 7:00 this morning. allyson: pick up a copy of the greenville news. they are saying they may actually get excused absences to those in select areas.
6:46 am
dale: it is amazing the differences and the amounts of snow. some places got a little or none . today, rain is coming to an end with mostly cloudy skies for the afternoon and typical temperatures on th we will have an update
6:47 am
6:48 am
6:49 am
6:50 am
6:51 am
6:52 am
6:53 am
6:54 am
6:55 am
6:56 am
6:57 am
6:58 am
6:59 am

109 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on