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thanks for tuning in. mainly clear skies and spartan heard. you will be noticing cloudier conditions in anderson county, lawrence county, down in abbeville as well. but those clouds will thin out as the system moves away. this morning our camera things again, starting to write not. we will warmrmp more than we did yesterday. looking at mid 50's in the afternoon. will it feel that warm? we have wind picking up later today. you will go from the teens and temperatures near 30 in western north carolina into the upper 40's, but it won't really feel that mild as these winds will be cold out of the north and west. that will again be a theme for this upcoming week. 25 in the mountains, up to 20 in the upstate through the afternoon. this morning that is putting the wind chills in the teens and
mark for us in the upstate. again, the wind will stay with us and only increase over the next couple of days. here is an interesting scenario, there was asleep mix near spartanburg in the overnight hours -- sleeping -- sleet mix near spartanburg. still very interesting and a sign of things to come for much of the northeast. and then, eventually, here at home in the mountains. cold front on the way. arctic air filling in behind it. enjoy the temperatures today. even a little bit above average, in anderson starting out with clouds. sunshine, 56. mid 50's in greenville for today. upper 40's in the mountains. again, it won't quite feel that mild with the wind staying strong today, but with the wind you will feel it is a good week.
allyson: super bowl weekend is here. kick off is a little over 18 hours from now. myra: you don't say? [laughter] allyson: the fight for the title of super bowl 50 champs. all their hard work leads up to this one moment. myra: the nfl held their honors award ceremony. allyson: it seemed like nothing more than a formality. and it became official last night panthers quarterback cam newton is the nfl mvp. he guided carolina to a 15-and-1 regular season record. newton won the award in a landslide. receiving 48 of the possible 50 votes. panthers coach ron rivera picked up the coach of the year award. geoff hart will have more on this shortly. myra: fans played a big role in building up this hype, of course. a north carolina man has taken his panthers pride to the next level. allyson: have you seen this? his name is alain brown from kernersville is also known as the mad cattah. of course, his inspiration is from the famous character the mad matter from alice in wonderland. it took him months of sketching
into the mad cattah. he said he's been a fan since day one and he rememebers waiting for the carolinas to get a team. >> i said to myself, if we ever got a team in the carolinas, if we ever got a team in the carolinas i would be a diehard fan from day one because i always had a vision in my head of how it looked, what would be the colors and the name of the team of we got one. so that's how it all began. myra: the really good thing is that he can probably wear that for mardi gras, too. he works for the city of winston-salem and and kermit's hot dog house but when he's off the clock, the mad cattah comes out. myra: even,, before the big -- even before the game ticket , prices for the super bowl are, still going up. allyson: the cheapest price, on, stub hub, 2700 bucks. and that had us wondering, what could you buy for that kind of money?? here are just a few options. will cover, one week, at a,
you could also buy, six apple, i-pad airs. it's even, enough for 675 starbucks lattes. allyson: denver police are warning fans not to get out of control during tonights game. the department even put out a commericial hoping to get that message out to everyone. this comes after the broncos won the super bowl back in 1998 and the celerbations turned into riots. cars were turned over fires were set and windows were broken. police say they will not tolerate a repeat of this. myra: you know, it seems like we have been talking about the super bowl forever. but what about the food? you might want to keep your high fives to a minimum and wash your hands. that's because it's flu season, and sickness can spread quickly in social gatherings. fans of the broncos and panthers could be at an even higher risk. data from 1974 to 2009 shows cities with a team in the super bowl had an 18% spike in flu-related deaths among people over 65. experts say these cities tend to have more parties which means
spread. you know, after talking about the super bowl all this time and it's finally here. allyson: it is, just 12 hours until kickoff. wyff news 4 geoff hart joins us live outside levi's stadium in santa clara, california with good news for the panthers on eve of the game, geoff: really no surpise the panthers lost just one regulae season game putting together their best season in franchise history y d last night >> and the 2015 ap most valuable player is cam newtown. [applause] >> i'd like to thank all the ap writers for selecting me for this prestigious award, i'd also like to thank my parents, family friends and loved ones who were there through the trying times of my life to get me to this point. i would also like to thank every person that has doubted me
keep pounding, thank you so much. geoff: no surprise, again, cam newton superb this season. head coach ron rivera also won an award rivera recieved coach of the year honors formthe second time in 3 years. neither newton or rivera attended the awards show. they were resting up for what -- for something just a little bit bigger, of course, as we get ready for tonight's super bowl. also, this one is really noteworthy wade phillips, the , denver broncos defensive coordinator. named the assistant coach of the year, he'll be implementing the game plan to try to stop cam newton and the panthers offense. what a season it has been for the panthers. they are hoping to finish it up strong tonight. well, beyonce will be performing tonight at the halftime show, along with coldplay. what would she doing last night? that's coming up, stay with us.
myra: 11 minutes after 7:00, you are taking a live look at the golden gate bridge. you are about to meet a group of guys that bring a new
meaning to being a fan. they will be at the game just as they have been to every super bowl since the first one, back in 1967. susanna guthrie has more. >> 50 years ago on a lark these five friends from back east decided to attend a football event no one had it really even heard of.
now it's called the super bowl. they had such a great time that they went the next year. and the next. until five years became 10 and 10 became 20. it would go on to be a lifelong tradition, going back to the super bowl every single year, eventually calling their posse the super bowl five. >> why do you think this group clicked? >> everyone here is a family man. >> they have personalized jackets, sweat suitstsrings, bathrobes, and even a racehorse named -- what else? super bowl five. >> just imagine, they have seen every play in super bowl history. perhaps the most moving to these men, super bowl 25, during the height of the gulf war, when whitney houston sang the national anthem and f-15's flew over in missing man formation.
some professional football players. there was not a dry eye in the house. >> 50 years is quite a milestone. having been thinking about that -- have you been thinking about that anniversary and what that means? >> it does hit me sometimes and i thank the lord that we are together. >> nothing is forever. we are devoted to each other and to the super bowl. myra: the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement.
where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over two and a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in.
allyson: well, the thrill of the super bowl, all the commercials and fave -- fan favorites, the halftime show. myra: i always look forward to all of it. geoff hart is joining us live again from santa clara with a reminder of what happened the last time the panthers played. geoff: good morning. of course, the only other time they played in the super bowl was super bowl 38. panthers, patriots, all heartbreaking loss. that super bowl also known for
remember janet jackson and justin timberlake? the so-called wardrobe malfunction. a term we had never heard before that, but it has been used lots since then. people got to see more than they expected of janet jackson. i was at that game with bob, our former sports guy. neither of us knew anything about it. can you imagine if that happened this time around? it would be on social media it about 40 seconds. beyonce, performing tonight at the halftime show. what was she doing tonight? she was checking out the golden state warriors. this is big here today, isn't it? $5 million these companies have spent here to get a super bowl commercial on the air. up 11% from last year. food companies are spending the most this year, while they have
notable absences armor cedi's and go daddy. fans will be noting which commercial they like the most. back to you, pamela? pamela: all right, taking a look outside, it's rather overcast right now. but we will consider a wardrobe malfunction over the next couple of days as if your hat goes off, because it will be cold and windy and he will want that for your ears for the next few days. here we are, 38 in greenville with a northerly wind coming in. the breeze is a bit
stronger across western north carolina. wind chill of 21 in nashville. 19 in hendersonville. greenville, you have thicker clouds. those who have been blowing all the way back this way from the system that's offshore. i will show you that.
mountains, gusting to 25 later, picking up over the upstate is well near 20. live super doppler four hd, all clear for now, picking up just a few
snowflakes in areas around columbia early this morning when i came in. and now, still flying, not adding up but just a mix near fayetteville and raleigh this morning. heavy rain in charleston as well. quickly as the system developed, it is going to push off towards the north and east. with that our clouds will thin out. a good-looking super bowl sunday and the warmest day that we are going to have an at least a week , because here it comes. the cold front coming through here tomorrow, it will be enough to spark off snow showers even early in the day in western north carolina but the real heart of the cold air does not come in until monday night,
little bit groggy after the game? we will check in with dale to see what's up with snow coming down, possible through lunchtime. it's not going to add up to a whole lot, but between it starts tomorrow and into tuesday, even wednesday, we could see several inches closer to the north carolina tennessee border and a few inches possible close to asheville. it is a cold rain for the upstate. myra: patrick is wrapping up the week that was. patrick: the big question this week is -- how will the caucus in iowa effected or hampshire on tuesday? >> not just new hampshire, but south carolina as well. the field has gotten smaller, things have -- candidates of dropped out. >> first, senator ted cruz made
gave me an exclusive one-on-one. >> how did you do it in iowa? >> this was a victory for the grassroots. what we saw from the ground was courageous conservatives coming together. an incredible coalition of pastors, young people, college students, small business owners. people just passionate to turn the country around. i don't think that anyone will win iowa or south carolina from a tv studio. i think you win on the grassroots. you win meeting with people one on one, doing what we just did here, talking with the people directly and answering their questions. this is a job interview and i think something else that was really powerful that we saw yesterday in iowa is we saw the old reagan coalition coming together. we saw conservatives, evangelicals, libertarians, even reagan democrats coming together. >> as senator, did you unite the
>> it depends on where you look. if you look at the american people, absolutely yes. many times i've said that the biggest divide we haven't politics is not between democrats and republicans. the biggest divide that we have is between career politicians in washington in both parties. >> big news for the marco rubio campaign. today the senator got a big endorsement from south carolina senator tim scott, who joins us from washington with more on this big news. tell me how you came up with this decision. >> i must tell you that after 12 presidential town halls, i wanted to make sure that if i and divorced, that i wouldn't doors the one candidate that was head and shoulders above the rest. after 12 of those town halls, it was a close, close opportunity, a close race for me. and then i have the poverty for them. i will be honest with you, i
deal that evening by the time we were done. not only do i understand that he is a rocksolid conservative without any question, but he has the compassion and clear ideas for how to help those families mired in poverty. when you put the accommodation of a rocksolid conservative by any measure plus a man who understands how to take care of those struggling to get ahead? i needed to go ahead and say marco rubio force -- for president. >> you know that there is a large evangelical base ininsouth carolina. >> yes. >> do you think those voters will support marco rubio? those are the voters that ted cruz and even donald trump are going after. >> i'm very confident that as he comes to south carolina and spends some time, allowing the voters to understand and appreciate who he is, without any question the voters of south
here's what i've learned over the last five years of knowing him. he's an amazing politician, he's a better father and a better husband that he is a politician. that says a lot about who he is, which tells me a lot about what he'll do. >> he will have a lot of work to do in south carolina. the latest poll showed donald trump in the lead, followed by ted cruz and then marco rubio. do you think that this is a three-person race? do you think that he can move ahead of the other two? >> there is no doubt in my mind that this is absolutely a three candidate race. i believe that good news it does not cause voters to vote. i believe that marco rubio will earn the support of the majority of republican primary voters -- or at least a plurality of them,
>> senator scott, thank you very much for joining us from washington today, on this big data that you are endorsing marco rubio for the gop nomination. thank you very much. >> it was a big week for the democratic party as well. hillary clinton and bernie sanders squared off one less time in new hampshire before tuesday pasta primary. clinton is looking to gain ground on the senator after the new cnn wme larp poll showed sanders with a 31 point lead over clinton in new hampshire. thursday's face-off was more combative than the previous debates. >> eye on the labor committee. that committee wrote the affordable care act. the idea that i would dismantle health care in america while waiting to pass medicare for all ? it's just not accurate. >> i don't think that these kinds of attacks by insinuation are worthy of you and enough is enough. if you have got something to
definitions, let's talk. >> the university poll showed nationally against each other. the same hole from mid december clinton up by 31 points over sanders. can do. her lead is now down to just 2%. still undecided. the latest poll surveyed 1125 registered voters between february 2 and fourth. here's a look at the top six on the republican side in that poll, where donald trump has extended his lead over the field. back in mid-december ted cruz was only four points behind trump. now he trails by nine points nationally. again, the new hampshire primaries this tuesday and after that, all eyes will be here on south carolina, with the republican primary of the very 20th. >> plus the gop to be -- debate
geoff: we are less than 12 hours away from super bowl 50. myra: check your partner there in san francisco. >> good to be joining you. >> nice to have you with us. we are excited. >> the gang -- the game kicks off in about 12 hours. we will check in with pamela wright to see about this big cooldown. >> it is coming and i cannot urge you to get outside enough today. i know the pregame starts in about 30 seconds but you got to enjoy some of this sunshine. nice but breezy, arctic air arriving as the week goes on. snow showers coming in and western north carolina, so plan some outdoor time today. a beautiful morning. you can tell that it's cold, despite the view from our camera here. 38 degrees, nothing extreme, but
northerly wind coming in. spartanburg, we have got clouds over the area right now that are going to thin out as the day goes on. 34, becoming sunny in spartanburg. check it out. 30 degrees in asheville, hendersonville, u.s. 36, same in greenville and laurens with thicker clouds. the wind, though, making it feel 10 degrees colder across western north carolina with the breezes that have been about 10 to 15, that has been the case throughout the day and will continue to build. this 10 mile-per-hour wind, sustained closer to 15 this afternoon, gusting to 25. lawrence, wind at 11 right now, at times could gust up to 20. again, putting a bit of a chill in the air. clouds will thin out as this system, which is bringing a lot of rain and a wintry mix the parts of north and south
much, but still notable and the cold front on the way coming in early tomorrow with chances for snow building into the mountains. beautiful on the lake, 57 is the warmest that you will feel in a week or so. week in just a minute. >> it has finally arrived. super bowl 50, tonight. players, full of events. >> geoff hart joins us again from outside levi stadium. what do you have for us? geoff: good morning again, guys. looking back to the postseason awards, no surprise the cam newton is the most viable player in the nfl. also, the top head coach named there in two of the last three seasons, no prizes there. we will see if the panthers can get it done here tonight coming
let's bring in jerad hill, from w x i i in winston-salem. we have been working together here, i just want to talk about this, this is your first super bowl, my second. what did you take out of this week, other than it being logistically crazy? where were you guys staying? >> we are about 30 minutes or so from the stadium, about an hour or so away from san francisco, where everything is happening. we have been doing a lot of driving back-and-forth. >> we sure have been. what are some of the things you have enjoyed? >> seeing the progression in the size and elaboration of the rings. some of them are -- how can anyone even where that thing? >> the patriots ring from last year is beyond bling. >> that is massive, i don't even know what that is. >> both of us were at the coldplay news conference in the middle of the week. >> that was hilarioio. it was the first news conference
chris martin, he steps onto the stage and he says -- i feel like donald trump and then he was cracking jokes just like that. >> long, elaborate jokes, you figure he arranged it two days ago. >> you thought it wouldn't be the halftime show, but it rose and was really well done. >> that was fantastic. >> hopefully the game will be just as entertaining. it's been great working with you this week. all right, coming up a bit later we will talk about the panthers owner, jerry richardson. what could this super bowl with a win mean to him? back to you guys. myra: here's an update, good news for a longtime panther fan known as the cat man. he is going to the super bowl. his real name is greg good and he has been a staple at those panther games for years. he says he's got everything he
clara. he thanked all the people who donated to his account.
>> for some the game is just as much about the party as it is about the all. the national retail federation reports of people ages 25 to 34 will spend about $140 this year compared to an overall average of millenials will spend that $82. cash on food and new tv's. myra: you know, while people gather around those tv sets, there will be a lot of focus on the football field. allyson: security for the game is getting plenty of attention. a huge presence already in place. trained swat teams on the ground in the santa clara and san francisco area. eight air craft are watching from overhead. and considering the deadly attacks in paris and san bernardino, no one is taking any chances. >> we know of no specific direct threat at super bowl 50 or
i think the achilles heel for us is either an active shooter or a lone wolf terrorist event. one things security teams are watching extra close for, are drones. they are not allowed anywhere within 32 miles of the stadium. myra: nature you'd turn to wyff news four after the game, we will bring you immediate live coverage and this and is the game ends, the news four sports team will be live from levi stadium with reaction from the coaches and players. plus we'll take you live to charlotte and the upstate for game reaction. all right here after the big game, on wyff4 . pamela: look at those temperatures. 30 in asheville, 38 greenville. those will be the highs by tuesday. big changes to tell you about. >> gameday is here, super bowl 50.
let's talk about panthers awards the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he ststd up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over two and a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay,
>> notre dame beat number two, the students are coming up to celebrate. >> the party going into the morning as the fighting irish knockoff the tar heels last night. the number one team in the ap poll, oklahoma, also fell at kansas state. more from the hardwood in the moment. the pro football hall of fame class of 2016 was announced saturday night and the headliner, brett favre. some of the other notables in the class going in with him include kevin greene, kevin stabler, marvin harrison, orlando pace and tony dan g. the complete a person class will be enshrined in canton, ohio, august 6. also hanging o o there nfl on it -- handing out there honors
coach of the year and cam newton getting m.v.p., 48 of the 50 vote from the pro sports writers. he was also named offense of m.v.p.. before the game get started on sunday, let's take a look back to the week that was super bowl week. >> it's the uniform and yes, as a superhero i'm required to wear it. >> whenever you can have the emotional leader of your team be the quarterback, you got a chance to win a lot of things. >> he can celebrate however he wants. >> talk to me? >> first of all, i want to say jim, jim. jim for me. there you go. >> can i get a 50% discount on papa john's pizza in the state of colorado? >> absolutely. >> let me drop in like it's hot
he's at it again. >> what's for dinner? >> see said meatballs tonight. >> my mother told me a long time ago, the fan only blows when you are hot, that's why i'm not a fan. >> great stuff from this week. i cannot wait for kickoff. south carolina hitting the road saturday for a showdown in college station. right in the mouth, 801 start the game, battling back. six for six on the field, 21 to 40 at recess. second half, coming through in the two-point game, putting them back in front, 19 points, later tied at 55. the freshman finishing inside with a monster jam, south
first road win in over a decade. in the middle of the three -- three game road swing on saturday, ending the day in fourth place with a great first half, 17 points, up to at the break. second half, the hoagies on the lead, going up nine after hudson goes down on the jam. tigers clawing their way back, from the quarter they had the big three putting them back in the front. under 25 seconds ago, putting it on the deck, fouled. missing the free throw. two free throws at the other end. sending the game into overtime, they don't even get a shot off before the clock expires. a matchup of one and two on the southern conference, ending the game on a five-game -- five-game
the paladins had 18. a 19 point effort leading them off to their eighth straight win. 52 to 54, the winning streak coming to an end. visiting san for this afternoon, looking to rebound after the loss to chattanooga. the offense of rebound leading it in with spencer collins and 18 points for the senior. later, the harm and the hoop, a four-point
play going up nine, picking up a 7875 win on the road. usc upstate, back in spartanburg saturday. spartans trailing at the break, down 22 in the second half. coming up with a steel, the bucket on the foul, a career
scoring in double figures, eli pepper had a double double on the upstate, 7865.
presbyterian college, first half to sean murray, working down low , two for the game high. later in the half, the running bulldogs needed it -- needed to come from behind with three of 14 points back up to eight. this game would go into overtime, pc would fall short, 69 to 66. the swamp rabbits fall to the solar bears, five to two. super bowl 50 is here. once the game is over, turn over and we will have your postgame reactitis to the game, whether the panthers with -- the panthers win or lose. we will be right back. myra: still to come, our lovely guest will tell us where you can catch up with a world
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myra: legit you back out to levi stadium. allyson: geoff hart has more on what am -- what a win would mean for the owner. good morning. geoff: good morning. jerry richardson has been so successful in everything he's done. through the years he won a championship with the colts in 1951 -- 1959, winning a franchise in 1993. he's been a winner in business as well and he had hoped to win a super bowl in the first decade of having that franchise, but of course they lost in the last seconds to the new england patriots. another chance this time. had an opportunity to talk to one of his former players in the late 1990's and asked him what he thought it would be for jerry
>> he believes that it's for the organization. for r e city. that entire community, i think he wants them to feel the ride -- the pride that he understands from being a champion. >> jerry richardson said that it wasn't about him, that he wanted everyone else to experience the championship and is hoping that that will happen here later tonight at levi stadium. as you can see, the parking lot behind me -- or maybe you can't with this shot of run the stadium, it is kind of the calm before the storm, a lot going on with a lot of reporters reporting here on super bowl sunday, but it is going to get cranked up here in just a little while, looking forward to super bowl 50 and all the reaction after the game. back to you, guys. pamela? pamela: a beautiful view here as
a bit easy, the skycam is looking towards downtown, and it's a beautiful sight. 38 degrees, but it only feels like 31, not that extreme, as you see. teens and 20's in the mountains, as you see. gusting to 25 in western north carolina. 20 in western north carolina. 20 in the upstate, putting more of a chill in the air. that said, it is still going to be the warmest day that we haven't a good week. look at the snow on the fringe of the moisture that is being last in around an area of low pressure. it is out over the atlantic. remember yesterday? i was showing you nothing saying that the system would be developing that it sure is, moving to the north and east, taking the clouds with it. you are in for sunshine. i am watching the next front, which will be coming through early tomorrow. behind it some really cool air fills in.
be reasonable through gametime and driving home. here we will start to see some snowflakes early tomorrow morning. check in with dale, he will be tracking it all for you. of course, allison will let you know about any traffic troubles. new and tomorrow, snow showers over the mountains. snow starting to accumulate as the day goes on into tuesday, but monday for your drivetime home we may have some issues to show you in the mountains, primarily. just a cold rain for us in the upstate early tuesday morning and on into wednesday we will continue to see the snow near the tennessee border. that is where most of the troubles will be with a good likelihood of snow into asheville it self late monday and into tuesday, with a cold rain of course in the upstate. i high of only 39 on tuesday, lows in the teens and 20's the
>> thank you, pamela. commitment 2016, the final face-off between the republican presidential candidate did not disappoint, as they all came out swinging. nikole killion's live with some of the most talked about moments. candidates returned to the trail after taking the gloves off last night. >> hey, good morning to you, allison. that's right, a lot of exchanges between the candidates last night as they went blow for blow. >> in the last debate before the primary? >> let me talk. >> fireworks, and lots of them, especially between marco rubio and chris christie. >> that's what washington, d.c. does. the drive-by shot at the beginning and then the memorized 25 second speech, that is
>> you did not want to go back to your state. >> they had to shame you into going back. this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. >> there it is. >> the memorized speech. >> that wasn't the only explosive exchange as jeb bush went after donald trump and some of his business dealings. >> donald trump tried to take the property of an air elderly woman on the strip and atlantic city. that is downright wrong. >> i didn't take the property. >> after being accused of dirty tricks, ted cruz took
responsibility, suggesting to voters the ben carson dropped out of the race. >> i apologized to him them and i do it now. >> the bottom line is, we can see what happened, everyone can see what happened and you can
>> thank you, dr. carson. >> as for the issues, they were pretty wide ranging, from health care to isis and the latest threats to north korea. nikole
killion. myra: a photographer well-known for his work in "national geographic" will be talking about all of that in greenville. thanks for being here. >> you're welcome, good morning, happy to be here. we are so thrilled that sam is going to be coming in. he retired as the senior photographer for national geographic. as you can imagine, 30 years of going around the world and seeing some of the most amazing, beautiful site there are. he will be coming in and talk about -- talking about his book. >> take a look at this one. amazing. he doesn't crop anything. >> he doesn't crop, he doesn't photoshop.
this is voted one of the top 50 photos ever taken in russia, years and years ago. a true artist and he is one of the most articulate, mesmerizing speakers of ever heard. we are very thrilled about his coming in. for information go to the garden club and you will find out how to buy tickets and we hope you will be there on tuesday. you will love sam abell. >> a great storyteller, not only with pictures, but with his voice. >> he is a mesmerizing speaker with astonishingly lush photos.
>> tickets are selling myra: we are not exactly wearing the colors, but we are definitely excited. >> i'm ahead of my time. [laughter] >> we are cheering on the panthers for sure, but first we have to get through today? >> and we will get through it with increasing sunshine. get outside today. it is going to become breezy. temperatures will be in the mid 50's. it might not feel that mild with the wind picking up today, but sunny, look at that, 55, the warmest we will see this week. do enjoy. cold, rain, off and on for the next few days. snow showers across asheville and hendersonville. >> we want to remind you that you can watch tonight for more coverage after the game that everyone is waiting for. >> remember to check us out on your mobile app and
have a when the republicans weren't going after president obama they were coming after me. his attorney general. in the cabinet, i served with hillary clinton. i've known her for almost 25 years. this is a woman whose fought her whole life for children, to protect civil rights, voting rights. and today hillary is pushing hard for tougher gun laws and police accountability. if you want to make sure republicans don't take us backward
i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. good morning. piling on after a traffic jam at the start. attacking one another during their final debate before the new hampshire primary. chris christie setting his sights on marco rubio. >> marco, the thing is this. when you're president of the united states, when you're governor of a state, the memorized 30 second speech where you talk about how great america is at the end of it doesn't solve one problem for one person. >> donald trump getting booed after taking on jeb bush. >> quiet. out of time. out of time. that's all of his donors and special interests out there. >> while on the democratic side,