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debate. geoff: a break in the case. what development helps deputies charge husband with attempted murder. allyson: panthers quarterback cam newton being blunt about why he thinks criticism follows him. geoff: investigators say the deputy tried stopping a speeding dodge durango around 11 night on interstate 40. they say the driver did not stop, so they used stop sticks around milemarker 44 in buncombe county. that's at the smokey park highway exit in candler, you see here on the map. they say the driver crashed into a guardrail later. deputies say the driver had minor injuries and was taken to mission hospital. allyson: taking a live look outside at our woodruff road skycam. construction finishing up around i-385.
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chris: a few showers south and other than that, nice day. you will find rain showers toward columbia. also, a few spotty showers from greenwood to abbeville county. it is the cold start out there, in asheville. 34 right now in spartanburg. over the next couple of hours, expect a high of 53 degrees in spartanburg and greenville48 in nashville. we will be warming up, especially by the weekend. 61 on saturday, 65 on sunday with snow showers late tonight in the north carolina mountains north of i-40. it will be a cold day in the mountains, but even the mountains will warm up to 60 by next weerain moves back in by monday, tuesday and wednesday.
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in the 60's. the winter weather we have had gets beat. geoff: thank you. happening today in commitment 2016, the republican presidential candidates one more time before the ia caucuses on monday. allyson: the eight candidates who are leading the polls have been invited to participate in the prime time debate tonight on fox news, but you don't see frontrunner donald trump on this list because he says he won't be there, citing issues with one of the moderators, megyn kelly. trump was in south carolina yesterday, where thousands attended his rally including his newest supporter. >> donald trump speaks the truth. he is a man of decision. he is a man of action. he speaks the truth as he see's it in words that everybody understands, and ladies and gentlemen, that is something new in politics. geoff: that's south carolina lieutenant governor henry mcmaster endorsing trump. mcmaster is the highest-ranking state politician to endorse him. trump hit familiar themes during the rally.
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saying that we don't win anymore. we are going to start winning. we are going to win with the military. we are going win at the at the borders. we are going to win with trade. we are going to win with health care. obamacare is going to be gone. we are going to win so much. you are going to be so proud of your president. you are going to be so proud of your country. i love the people of south carolina. allyson: trump promised he will campaign in south carolina so much before the primary that, quote, "you will be sick of me." geoff: fox news will also host a so-called undercard debate again tonight. it's at 7:00, and the participants are former hp ceo carly fiorina, former arkansas gov. mike huckabee, former pennsylvania sen. rick santorum, and former virginia gov. jim gilmore. allyson: well, the south carolina presidential primaries are just a month away. here is what february in the state. greenville will host a republican debate at the peace center on february 13. then on the 16th, the aiken gop
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to a forum at usc-aiken. two days later, the conservative convention is set to take place at the bon secours wellness arena. then on february 20, the first in the south primary kicks off for republicans. a week later, it's the democrats turn on february 27. happening today, a husband arrested for attempted murder in spartanburg county will have a bond hearing after a big break in the case. geoff: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from the detention center in sp changed in the case. aly: just yesterday, deputies arrested the husband of a mother of two who was shot and left for dead. he is expected in court today at a bond hearing at 2:00 p.m. at thjonathan batn charged with attemptpt murder of his wife. investigators say stephanie batchelor was shot several times earlier th she was found along her home on reidville road. the break in the case came yesterday, when stephanie was able to talk to deputies for the
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they say she was able provide details that led deputies to her husband's arrest. investigators will not say where she was shot. but a gofundme page says she suffered multiple gunshot wounds, one of w w brain. aly myles wyff news 4 live in spartanburg county. geoff: thank you. to georgia now, the georgia state trooper was shot in a police chase in suburban atlanta. they say the has died. the georgia state department saying they were shot in a pursuit yesterday afternoon on and marietta. the trooper and suspect were taken to the hospital and the trooper is in stable condbut they say the suspect died overnight. allysoso taking a look at the roads, i'm watching the woodruff road skycam because we have had construction going on there this morning.
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overnight construction working on power poles in the area. that construction is clear. we do have a couple of incenu about. in anderson, debris on the road on jackson street and rodgers street. other than that, roadways pretty clear with smooth the speed limit drives. 85, six minutes from highway 221 i-26. let's see how i-385 looks, accident free. geoff: thank you. preparations underway for super bowl 50 and cam newton under even more spotlight. he was asked at a press conference why he thinks he is a lightning rod for criticism despite his success. >> they talk about maturity wi me. they talk about skillset with this team. nobody has changed. this is the same team th
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the same jericho, philly brown, cam newton. the only that's changed is we're winning and i've said it since day one, i'm an african american quarterback. that may scare a lot of people because they haven't seen nothing that they can compare me to. geoff: newton not one to shy away from how he feels, including having fun on the football field. he has a chance to submit his legacy in nfl history in super bowl 50 in ten days. ahead of the program, wyff 4 will bring you a special program next week. it's called "chasing a championship." brad fralick and marc dopher will start our live team coverage monday in c and i'll join them thursll leading up to ououspecial "chasing a championship" at 8:00 on february 5. allyson: i am joining chris.
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will warm-up this wechris: there will be sunshine and 60's all around, but we do have worked to g through. we will see rain showers, especially the southern part of the upstate today you are traveling toward columbia. they will be raleigh back toward i 20 and heading toward atlanta. that is about it. we have northerly wind right g in a cool breeze. it is 25 degrees in asheville, 37 in greenville, 27 in bristol, tennessee. we will see temperatures in the upper 40's by lunchtime, topping out around 52 3:00. we will see clouds and rain move on now as we head into the overnight hours and has another upper-level system moves through.this will give the mountains north of i-40. that will make it a breezy and cold night in the carolina asheville and hendersonville.
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a cold breeze in the mountainstomorrow where the high will be around 40. as the wind moves into greenville and spartanburg, it will warm and compre highs expected in the upstate to be the mid to upper 50's. we dry out for the weekend and it will be nice. i will show you the numbers in a few minutes. geoff: thank you. a new federal court ruling is making police look closer at their policy. allyson: a live look outside with their peace center cam
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announcer: you are watching live, local, breaking n weather with meteorologist dale gi high defallyson: a new federal court ruling is putting stricter limits on when p can reach for their tasers, it's causing local departments to revise their policy. an appeals court judge says, using tasers when there is no immediate safetytyisk, constitutes excessive force. you might remember, greenville police came under fire when they used a taser on a 34-year-old man with autism, who tried to run away. greenville police chief ken miller says with this latest ruling, injuries to officers and
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>> we're going to see the number of physical interactions increase because the events don't go away. the resistance doesn't go away. people don't always want us in their lives. they don't always want us to intervene. they don't always want to go to jail. allyson: miller says because of this ruling, he has revised his department's use of force policy, putting taser use into a higher category. geoff: to the latest in the charleston church shooting. a circuit order says the number of potential jurors is expected to reach 600. dylann roof is accused of gunning down nine people last june inside the emanuel ame church. roof faces 33 federal charges, including hate crime counts and religious freedom violations. prosecutors say they will pursue the death penalty against the 21-year-old. jury selection is set to begin july 11. allyson: trending this morning, let's see you save this potato photo behind me at dinner.
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chris: i-385 and 85, a cool
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chris: a cool start to the day, but most of us alumbia, you will see rain showers n greenville, 37 degrees. a north east breeze at about 10 miles per hour. downtown laurens is dry, 41 degrees. live super doppler 4 hd show south in abbeville in greenwood county's. waking up with light rain showers but have you ba toward columbia. it is called almost everywhere, especially in the mountains. 37 right now in greenville, 39 in anderson and clemson. the wind out of the north at about five miles hour. expect some clouds. high near 52 degrees by 2:00 and in spartanburg, 47 at noon, 50 by 3:00 p.m. in anderson, mostly cloudy to cloudy skies all day and 50 by
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the north carolina mountains stand a greater chance of seeing sunshine with 45 degrees by noon and 50 by around 3:00. high temperatures should typically be in the 50's. we will be pretty close to that. we top out at 53. 55 the high in elberton, 59 in toccoa. the mountains in the upper 40's to around 50 degrees. nationally, cloud cover and rain in the southeast and muscle state south of the area. another clipper system moves in, getting snow showers to the mountains north of i-40, along with a cold and breezy night. 21 degrees currently in asheville. it will be pretty moderate into the weekend. looking at the future plus, clouds scout out of our area. i tonight, that second the persistent moves in with a cold and breezy night in the
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an end with the northwesterly breeze. cold day in the mountains with highs in the upper 30's, but as the wind travels down the mountain into the upstate, it compresses, meaning a warmer day in the upstatemperatures will be in the upper 50's. in the mountains, about 15 to 20 degrees cooler. after that, not many big systems. it will be a warmer weekend and calm. we will see a high temperature up 53 at 55. 44 the north carolina mountains. everybody wants up saturday and sunday. we wll see high temperatures in the middle 60's by sunday, along with sunshine and off the cabin fever quickly. rain moves in tuesday and wednesday, but warmer in the 60's. allyson: checking the roads. early commute looking good.
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a few s sts on i-385, smooth. woodruff road, construction over the bridge replacing or relocating power poles and that has cleared. this will start to pick up us the morning goes on. also, jackson street in anderson county, watch out for debris. the disabled, and east o'neill street is blocking the road, so if you are traveling around union highway around east o'neill street, be careful. 26 and 40 with a smooth the speed limit drive. let's take a look outside from our d.o.t. camera. i-85 at highway 290. that should be traffic. geoff: clemson quarterback deshaun watson racking up awards after the season. watson is the south carolina college football player of the year. he was honored a the pittsburgh clemson basketball game last night. he's the third tiger honored with the award presented annually by the south carolina
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>> it was a special year and outside of going out in public, it has been crazy, but that will probably be the rest of my life. i have been sitting around, thinking about what we have accomplished and how special the year has bjust thinking how 2016 can be an even better year. geoff: great year and great how he handled himself. incredible. we'll have highlights from that clemson-pittsburl game a little later in the show. and take a look here. how much would you pay for a print of this potato? how about a million dollars? well, this photograph taken by celebrity photographer kevin abosch recently sold at auction for a tad more than a million bucks. abosch is known for his portraits of famous people like cash people and he typically charges up to half-a million dollars for his work.
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portrait to a european businessman last year. abosch says the man sa dining at the photographers home in paris. if the sale price is verified, it will be the 15th most expensive photo ever [laughter] allyson: i don't have any words. it looks dirty. geoff: even are for crew is like, what? "the tonight show" decided to send the writer down to ice skate and ask questions about the election, but the writer has r skated before. that is the issue and the
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he was rated a+ by the nra. not for his promises, but for defending the second amendment... he's a man of deep faith, who fought time and again for the right to life. he laid out a plan to destroy isis months before paris. he'll strengthen our border and use conservative principles to put washington's broken fiscal house back in order. jeb bush. he's the conservative you can trust, to fight for our beliefs. right to rise usa is responsible
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allyson: if you missed "the tonight show," starring jimmy fa new segment called ice-skating questions? geoff: they sent a ride to greg never i skated to rockefelleryou love this humor. you love it when people fall down, don't you? [laughter] >> what do you think of the most
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>> national security, economy, health care. >> do think bernie sanders will get nominated? what do you think are the most important issues in thiselection? jobs. >> sorry. geoff: all right, so he kept trying and said he learned a lot about the race and skating. end. allyson: it makes me laugh to watch them try to keep up with them.we were on that very eyes and landon took me down. he had never i skated and he did not do a good job. i had i skated, but he is a lot bigger. geoff: chris? chris: we will see rain showers south of town. 53 the high and warming this weekend.
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>> i was not treated well by fox. they came out with this ridiculous pr statement. it was a tolerant and i said, how much of this to you take? geoff: the final face-off, minus
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he was not participating in the gop debate, next. new information, deputies and haywood county are i chase last night. allyson: the deputy tried stopping a speeding dodge durango around 11:00 last night on interstate 40. they say the driver did not stop, so they ks around milemarker 44 in bunc county. that's at the smokey park highway exit in candler, you see here on the they say the driver crashed into a guardrail a couple miles later. deputies say the driver had minor injuries and was taken to mission hospital. geoff: taking a live look from our peace center skycam. chris justus in for dale and you are saying 50's today but afthat, it will be nice. chris: smooth sailing into the weekend. right now, a few showers on live super doppler 4 hd, mainly down to 85 toward columbia. he will find it toward
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few light rain shodowntown laurens dry at 41 degrees. peace center camera 37. this ability across much of the area with pretty thick fog toward gatlinburg, knoxville and andrews in franklin. other than that, cold. 37 in greenville, 34 in spartanburg and 39 in anderson. wind out of the north, and it will be breaking in a cold day. temperatures top out in the lower 50's at clouds day. better chance of seeing sunshine and asheville, warming up to around 50 degrees. we will see warmer temperatures after the cool and cloudy day today. this weekend looks phenomenal. you will be able to dust off cabin fever. we are not tracking any major systems heading our way.geoff: thank you.
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2016, the republican presidential candidates face off one more time before the iowa caucuses on monday. allyson: the eight candidates who are leading the polls have been invited to participate in the prime time debate tonight on x news, but you don't see frontrunner donald trump on this list because he says he won't be there, citing issues with one of the moderators, megyn kelly. trump was in south carolina yesterday, where thousands attended his rally including his newest supporter. >> donald trump speaks the truth. he is a man of decision. he is a man of action. he speaks the truth as he see's it in words that everybody understands, and ladies and gentlemen, that is something new in politics. geoff: that's south carolina lieutenant governor henry mcmaster endorsing trump. mcmaster is the highest-ranking state politician to endorse him. trump hit familiar themes during the rally. >> and folks, i started off by saying that we don't win anymore. we are going to start winning. we are going to win with the military. we are going win at the at the borders.
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care. obamacare is going to be gone. we are going to win so much. you are going to be so proud of your presint you are going to be so proud of your country. i love the people of south carolina. allyson: trump promised he will campaign in south carolina so much before the primary that, quote, "you will be sick of me." geoff: fox news will also host a so-called undercard debate again tonight. it's at 7:00, and the participants are former hp ceo carly fiorina, former arkansas gov. mike huckabee, former pennsylvania sen. rick santorum, and former virginia gov. jim gilmore. allyson: well, the south carolina presidential primaries are just a month away. here is what february looks like in the state. greenville will host a republican debate at the peace center on fe3. then on the 16th, the aiken g has invited all gop candidates to a forum at usc-aiken. two days later, the conservative convention is set to take place at the bon secours wellness
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then on february 20, the first in the south primary kicks off for republicans. a week later, it's the democrats turn on february 27. happening today, a break and the case after a victim recovers enough to talk to police.n will have a bond h case of attempted murder. geoff: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from the detention center with more. aly: just yesterday, deputies arrested the husband of a mother of two who was shot and left for dead. he is expected for a bond hearing 2:00 p.m. at the detention center. jonathan batchelor has been charged with attempted murder of his wife. investigators say stephanie batchelor was shot several times earlier this month. she was found along her home on reidville road. the break in the case came yesterday, when stephanie was able to talk to deputies for the first time since the shooting. they say she was able provide details that led deputies to her husband's arrest.
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she was shot. but a gofundme page says she was shot multiple times suffered , multiple gunshot wounds, one of which was to the brain. aly myles wyff news 4 live in spartanburg. allyson: two by. in georgia, a georgia state trooper was shot in atlanta. the suspect has died. the georgia state department says a suspect and deputy were shot yesterday in marietta. they were both taken to the hospital. the trooper isn't in stable condition but the sugeoff: carolina panthers are back to practice for super bowl 50 and that includes linebacker thomas davis, though he's not on the field while nursing a broken arm back to health after surgery monday. he's vowed to play in the super bowl. and quarterback cam newton says the entire team sees that davis'
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>> we got guys that stay countless hours, that sacrifice so much. we got a guy that broke his arm that's trying to find any way to play in the game. i feel sorry, not only for him, but for his wife his kids. dashers wife, kids, and yet, -- his wife, kids, and yet he's , trying to find a way. that's the type of guys me being a leader on this team, and to see that why should i complain? why should i care what somebody says to me when i got a person i know will go to battle with me with a broke a geoff: head coach ron rivera also echoed those sentiments yesterday. he says it shows the younger guys just how special a trip to the super bowl is and can be with a win. ahead of the big game, wyff 4 will bring you a special program next week. it's called "chasing a championship." brad fralick and marc dopher will start our live team coverage monday in california, and i'll join them thursday, all
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"chasing a championship" at 8:00 on february 5. allyson: we will have a check of the roads, but looking pretty clear. whether looking good this weekend. we have been our jobs. we can go home. [laughte it will be so nice. cabin fever will be dusted off.
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>> now, your live super doppler 4 hdchri good thursday morning. taking a look at our skycam network from i-385. it is a cold start to the day, but we are dry in many areas. 37 degrees in greenville. a cool northeasterly breeze on the way throughoutdriver most of us, but down toward colombia, a few rain showthese are going to state south of most of us today. 26 in asheville, 31 in hendersonville, 37 in greenville, 39 in anderson. a cold breeze out of the northeast today. cloudy skies today, a high only
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what he seven in spartanburg by noon, 50 by 3:00 p.m. anderson topping out in the lower 50's with cloudy skies. partly to mostly cloudy skies in asheville and topping out around 50 with a chance of seeing sunshine ilook for high temperatures to be closer to where they be this time of the year. 53 in greenville, 48 and asheville. wait until you see the four-day plus with a warminallyson: taking a look at the roads. traffic picking up on i-85 around the bmw area. everything is moving smoothly. an accident in belton on poland road and resealed road, watch out for that. no injuries reported. some to bring in the road in anderson, a careful on jackson
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a little bit of debris there, causing a problem in the area. 85 investment speed limit drive. about 11 minutes from i-385 to highway 153. from haywood road. that should be the traffic. marc: pittsburgh and clemson squaring off, both teams tied for third place with five and two records. we had to the bon secours wellness arena for basketball this went well for the clemson tigers, up by 14 when avery holmes spins into the lane. he misses, but landry nnoko is there with 12 points. holmes spots up from the top of the arc. clemson seemed to have an answer. the leading scorer for clemson was jaron blossomgame with a
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clemson wins 73-60. the tigers have 4 top 25 wins in the last month. >> i thought we played about as well as we can in the first half. i thought we shared the ball, moved it, had a lot of guys contribute and that is what you need in these games. a lot of guys contributing, playing well and we did tonighmarc: it is the acc so tests don't get any easier, especially on the road. i'm marc dopher. that's wyff news 4 spor geoff: thank you. taking a live look outside of the anderson skycam on clemson
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allyson: happening today, the republican presidential candidates they sought for more time before the iowa caucuses on monday. geoff: they have been invited to participate tonight on fox news, put you on not say donald trump because he says he will not be there, citing issues with one of the moderators, megyn kelly. trump explained on fox news last night. >> i was not treated well by fox. they cannot with this ridiculous pr statement and it was a talent. i said, how much of this do you take?
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midlands for a rally and he was endorsed by henry mcmaster there. trump promised he will campaign in south carolina so much before the primary that, quote, "you will be sick of me." fox news will also ha so-called undercard debate tonight. it's at 7:00, and the participants are former hp ceo carly fiorina, former arkansas gov. mike huckabee, former pennsylvania sen. rick santorum, and former virginia gov. jim gilmore. well, the south carolina presidential primaries are just a month away. here is what february looks like in the state. greenville will host a republican debate at the peace center on february 13. then on the 16th, the aiken gop has invited all gop candidates to a forum at usc-aiken. two days later, the conservative convention is set to take place at the bon secours wellness arena. then on february 20, the first in the south primary kicks off for republicans. a week later, it's the democrats
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just into our newsroom, new poll numbers from nbc news, the wall stre journal and marist polls. in iowa, trump on the lead. on the democratic side in iowa, clinton remains inhe lead and trump in the lead in new hampshire and on the democratic side in new hampshire, bernie sanders is in the lead. in south carolina, trampolines with republican vots and intimates on the democratic side by a large margin -- and on the democratic side, clinton leads by a large margin. pretty quiet. in belton, an accident. some degree in the road on jackson and roger streets.it should be smooth getting on the interstates. let's take a look outside at the 85. woodruff road starting to pick up a little bit.
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37 degrees in greenville. 26 right now in asheville. for cloudy skies today. we have a southern system moving in and out of the gulf, an upper-level piece of energy. the second system moves through tonight and that will get the mountains a cold and breezy not great snow showers north of i 40. it will be a cold day tomorrow as well. for the mountains, we will warm up. no big breaks in the cold temperatures. it will not be a bigwe will warm up this weekend. future plus shows clouds today, rain mainly south of us and that clipper system brings and snow showers north of asheville. those will dissipate into tomowith the cold northwesterly breeze for the mountains, goes down the mountains and into the upstate, it compresses, leaving us with a warm and sunny day.
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i will havng up.ally thank you. happening today, a husband arrested for attempted murder will have a bond hearing today. geoff: wyff joins us live from the deten center in spartanburg. aly: just yesterday, deputies arrested the husband of a mother of two who w dead. he is expected for a bond hearing at 2:00 here at the p.m. detention c jonathan batchelor has been charged with attempted murder of his wife. investigators say stephanie batchelor was shot several times earlier this month. she was found along her home on reidville road. the break in the case came yesterday, whew able to talk to deputies for first time since the shooting. they say she was able provide details that led deputies to her husband's arrest. investigators will not say where she was shot. but a gofundme page says she suffered multiple gunshot wounds, one of which was to the
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aly myles wyff news 4 live in spartanburg county. allyson: in georgia, a trooper was shot in suburban atlanta and they say the suspect has died. the georgia state patrol department said the trooper and suspect were shot in the pursuit yesterday on interstate 70 five in marietta. the trooper and suspect were taken to the hospital and the trooper is in stable condition, but the suspect died overnight.geoff: a new federal court ruling is putting limits on when police officers can reacr tasers and it is causing them to advise their policies. an a aeals court judge says, using tasers when there is no immediate safe constitutes excessive force. you might remember, greenville police came under fire when they used a taser on a 34-year-old man with autism, who tried to run away. greenville police chief ken miller says with this latest ruling, injuries to officers and suspects will increase. miller has now revised his
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allyson: the chase started with the purse snatching in easley. it ended with a man in jail. police tell usch purse of a customer at aca sports in easley, then took off, leading officers on a chase into greenville c greenville county deputik over, and arrested the man on pendleton road behind westville funeral home. new information, deputies and haywood county are investigating a two geoff: investigators say a deputy tried stopping a speeding dodge durango around 11:00 last night on interstate 40. they say the driver stop, so they used stop stis around milemarker 44 in buncombe county. that's at the smokey park highway exit in candler, you see here on the map. they say the driver crashed into a guardrail a couple miles later. deputies say the driver had minor injuries and was taken to mission hospital. allyson: the community is rallying behind one of their own. sky4 was over the scene as they
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lighting. lindsay motley, a mother of a toddler, has been fighting: fighting colon cancer since she wa>> i love you! allyson: those are the kids from our street. we put out the luminaries and it was a family thing and beautiful to see the community come together. geoff: exactly. great work. following up to a story we told you about yesterday. viral video of a toddler has not been viewed more than 1.3 million -- has now been viewed more than 1.3 million times. the two-year-old thanked god for her family and santathey heard noises and they turned on the baby monitor and they watched her through to your filled eyes.>> her being two years old and thinking through what she wanted
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thank god for was unbelievable to us. allyson: they have not been featured on national news organizations and done interviews with most of the other major networks. geoff: trendy this morning, an ugly incident in the hockey was behind it.nashville playing at calgary, the referee don henderson is down on the ice and here's why. nashville wideman, for some reason, drills him from behind right between the two team's benches. all the pl the official did get up and understandably looked dazed but he did finis wideman was not penalized in t game, but the league is going want to know w the official. wideman said after the game, he'd been hit on the ice just before that and was dazed when he hit the off he took a shot right in his back. ally how rattled? i like the shot of the players were there like, what just happened? geoff: everyone was shocked to see the official was ok because
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allyson: taking a final look at the roads. it is fairly quiet this morning. in belton, one accident at braze al road. to bring on jackson street in anders and rogogs street, so keep that in mind. other than that, roads looking pretty glet's check outside the 85 and haywood road. geoff: chris jususs import dale. what is the latest on weather? chris: the closer to the weekend, the better the weather today, cloudy skies and a high of 53 degrees. 48 in asheville and hendersonville area. the 20% chance of an isolated showers in the southern parts of the upstate. we see sunshine on friday. a cool breeze in the mountains
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temperatures.they will see all of us having a gorgeous weekend. sunshine both days with 65 by sunday. rain moves in early next week, but it could be a warm rain. temperatures in the 60's. geoff: thank you. this morning on "today, all lies on donald trump, who has chosennot to participate. here what he had to say about his viewed, ahead on "today." allyson: pick up a copy of greenville news with more on the luminaries that were set up geoff: today is the 30th anniversary of the challenger exploding just after lift off from cape canaveral, florida. i will never forget that day. i was heading down for breakfast at university and everybody said, did you see the has just blown up? it was difficult because i was in boston and the teacher from
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allyson: we are taking a look outside and seeing how conditions are. starting to pick up in the north on lanes but it will be pretty
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