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new hampshire have spoken. i am sam -- suspended my campaign and allyson: there is one less candidate as well. good morning. geoff: it's great to be you -- with you this morning. let's take a look at whether with pamela wright. pamela: taking the link difficult with thick fog this morning. this is only going to get thicker as we are together this morning. usually low beams if you h he to head out sunday. temperatures are in the 50's across the upstate. we have rain to talk about. by
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it's very warm for the state hurried we will talk about heavier rain and cooler weather. geoff: covering our commitment 2016 this morning, the gop primary is over. still standing, donald trump. allyson: but yesterday's primary ended with jeb bush bowing out of the race. here's another look at those gop primary results. donald trump walking away with the vote there. ted cruz and marco rubio practically tied here in south carolina. john kasich and ben carson finished lowest. but again, it was jeb bush who announced he's dropping out of the race. geoff: let's talk with wyff news 4's myra ruiz now. myra, it's no surprise that donald trump won. myra: that's right geoff. it was pretty much expected that donald trump would take south carolina. during his speech last night, he said he expects to gather more votes as his gop opponets drop
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>> a number of the pundts say well if a couple of the other candidates drop out if you add their scores together it's going to equal trump. these geniuses, they don't understabd as people drop out i am gooing to get a lot of thoses votes also. you just don't add them together. myra: wyff news 4's patrick hussion was in spartanburg with trump supporters, and he described the atmosphere as the results came in last night. patrick: marco rubio had a handful of big endorsements from the state of south carolina. donald trump, not as many. there is one man who has been following him throughout the way and that's henry mcmaster. you've been following him the longest. you have been introducing him. >> it is wonderful. this is a great night. i don't know if i have had a
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patrick: bachus to the ross us to get behind donald trump as you have. >> i watched the debates in red is much as i could. i made the decision that it was time. i did and i sure am glad i did. he is a spectacular candidate and man, as you know. he has great accomplishments in a variety of field. that he would give that up an attempt to become the president of the country, it's not because he needs the money or the notoriety or the fame. he wants to make america great again. i saw in him our best chance in
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economic stagnation that should've been gone a long time ago, he has the vision and understanding and the power and ambition and drive and skill to get the job done. patrick: he plans to be there and said court donald trump. he has a job here to do in south carolina. trump is heading on to nevada. myra: we will hear more from donald trump as the newscast continues. allyson: thank you, myra. another big headline coming out of the south carolina primary, jeb bush is ending his campaign for president. geoff: bush made the announcement to his supporters last night after the results were in, after saying he would stay in the race earlier this week. wyff news 4's mandy gaither was in columbia with the bush campaign. mandy: you could hear the surprise in the room as jim bush
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>> the people of iowa and new hampshire have spoken. tonight, i am suspending my campaign. mandy: he thanked his staff who never gave up. i talked to several of them after this announcement and no one was expecting it. i saw tears in the eyes of some here. they came from pendleton support bush. here's what he had to say after learning bush would no longer be seeking the republican nomination. >> i did not expect this at all tonight. i asked the staffers when they found out, and they said the same time you did. lindsey graham's demeanor kind
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jeb has a good heart. he is taken a special interest in me and my family. it's really sad. >> i thought we would pull forward for another few states. god has a plan and all of this. several people say they don't know who they will support now. geoff: many had eyes on who would finish second in the south carolina primary, senator ted cruz or senator marco rubio. allyson: the two finished in a virtual tie for second, with rubio earning a small percentage more than cruz. wyff news 4's tim waller was with marco rubio in columbia while our nigel robertson was with ted cruz campaign. tim: it wasn't the first place for marco rubio, a tie for
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cruz, gave rubio's campaign the jumpstart it very much needed. >> if it is god's will that we should win this election, then history will say that on this night in south carolina we took the first steps forward in the beginning of a new american sanctuary. thank you, south carolina tim: rubio said to him, the state of south carolina will always be the place of new beginnings and a fresh start. tim waller, wyff news 4, columbia. nigel: it was not the night senator cruz was hoping for. he even told the crowd he didn't know if it would be a second or third place win. in the end it was razor thin, but the senator ended up coming up in third place. in front of a very large and energetic crowd, ted cruz told his supporters that this race is far from over. he says he will win the
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beat the democrats in november. he said "we are the only campaign that has beaten and can beat donald trump." >> in iowa they said it couldn't be done and we won. in new hampshire they said a conservative, a bible believing christian could not compete and we defied expectations. and tonight despite millions and millions of dollars of false and nasty attacks, despite the entirety of the political establishment coming against us,
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another remarkable result. nigel: the cruz campaign had an aggressive ground game in south carolina. they are now taking that ground game to nevada and their hope is for a strong showing on super tuesday, especially in his home state of texas. in columbia with the cruz campaign, nigel robertson, wyff 4 news. geoff: after starting his campaign with strong poll numbers late last year, dr. ben carson ended up coming in last in the south carolina primary. allyson: before the votes were counted, doctor carson had already made up his mind to stay in the race. >> there are news people here who think that i'm gonna make a concession speech. i'm not going anywhere. allyson: wyff news 4's mike mccormick followed the carson campaign from greenville and talks about his motivation to continue his bid for the white house. mike: the out come dr. ben carson wanted from the primary.
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support at the party that happened at the embassy suites in greenville area dr. carson said that enthusiasm he found and that's why he is staying in this. on tuesday, he told us than that no matter what happened, he was staying in it and he's keeping his word. he told the crowd here we will take american back. dr. ben carson is staying in the race. geoff: governor john kasich was the only candidate not watching the returns in south carolina. allyson: instead he focused on the states getting ready to vote on super tuesday. he started the day in vermont, then traveled to massachusetts where he spoke to supporters. he discussed the fact that he didn't spend the day in south carolina. >> look, we were there only about six or seven days and i wish there had been a little bit more time, but people thought we would not do better than getting a few people to fill a volkswagen and we'll at least
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feel good. allyson: kasich is hoping his strong finish in new hampshire will resonate with gop voters in new england on super tuesday. geoff: coming up, the full results of the democratic caucus in nevada. allyson: authorities are trying to figure out who opened fire in a crowded hall. pamela: we have thickening crowd on this sunday morning. we have temperatures that are very mild. we would normally be in the low 30's. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same...
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close second with cruz. cruz will have some explaining to do because of his monumental turnout team didn't turnout more votes. and then we lost a member of a polictical dynasty in this country who chose to leave the race. so it's a pretty big day. allyson: the next step for the gop presidential hopefuls is nevada. the caucus there is on tuesday. geoff: the democratic candidates running for the white house just finished up with the nevada caucus. the results were very close, but in the end it was hillary clinton over senator bernie sanders. >> i am so so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. so may have doubted us but we never doubted each other. geoff: the democratic frontrunner held off a last minute surge by bernie sanders. sanders said he's proud of his campaign and expects to get a
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allyson: bernie sanders already has an event planned in greenville later today. he will hold the event at the bon secours wellness arena in downtown greenville this afternoon. geoff: doors will open for the event starting at 3:00 today and the event is open to the public. allyson: coming up, we will have a look at it's always worth remembering... that icing the cinnamon rolls is a privilege not a right. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. look at this sweet face. so sweet. ok, we're going to need a napkin
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>> now, your hd weather forecast. pamela: let's get you caught up on your sunday morning. we can see downtown from the paris mountain skycam. as the morning goes on, that may not we the case. it's 52 in greenville with home wins. of the winds are going to pick up today. for the morning hours, not so much and that's helping the fog settled in. it's a quiet start on the square. it's a mild 52 this morning and temperatures throughout the area are quite mild. we are in the mid 40's. it's 55 in clemson and 54 in abbeville. that's one of our averages. the wind is very light right now in anderson. those winds are going to pick up as the day goes on and across
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near 20 miles an hour this afternoon. those will continue to drive in the clouds and isolated showers today. they are very light and confined to the mountains of western north carolina. overall, the atmosphere continues to moisten up. we have some areas coming and they are going to be much wetter and cooler. enjoy these 60's today. tonight, look at that. we are anticipating credited rain for the morning commute. they m m have some traffic to keep our morning. tuesday, the rain continues to fill in. that will last until wednesday.
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with the biggest rain. we will only be 58 tomorrow and tuesday. it stays cool and wet on wednesday as well. this is almost exclusively liquid precipitation. we will try out in the mountains week. geoff: thank you, amylin. a strong voter turnout in greenville county. allyson: corey davis reports more of who went to the polls and how much more than the last primaries are in -- primaries and -- primaries. >> it was a busy time people working behind the scenes. all of the envelopes filled with information that came in from precinct across the county.
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coworkers had to shoot throughout the day. they mostly dealt with normal hiccups like people who came in with old addresses for people who came to the wrong precinct. >> it was a good day. the numbers a lot late in the afternoon. a lot of people voted before 1:00. >> how was your voting experience? >> very quick. >> voters hardly had to wait in line at all. there was a high turnout with more than 575 voters. they will be back at it or the democratic primary. get your address change done before tuesday. otherwise, you might have to take care of it at your polling location and that may make you wait in line longer than you
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geoff: jeb bush stopped by a polling place to meet voters. allyson: why was he allowed inside is it legal? any candidate can be inside location, but they can't wear anything identifying like a button. >> those people to like anybody near the polls, but legally they can be there. allyson: they cannot distribute any campaign literature. let's go back to myra. myra: we're going to start with a shooting that happened in columbia area a fight led to shots fired at a crowded mall. this happened at the columbia mall last night when two men were fighting and a third man jumped in. at some point, two men pulled
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people involved ran away and right now police of not identified a suspect in the cake -- case. friends and family remembered for people who were killed in a quadruple homicide. the vigils remembered and it took place yesterday afternoon. a profound shot dead inside their home last november and no arrests made in case you -- case. authorities want to know what started a building fire in anderson county. sky 4 is over the scene yesterday afternoon. no injuries were reported in that plays. authorities in greenville are trying to figure out how up vote ended up in the middle of the
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pamela: look at these temperatures. not far from our typical high. 50's in the upstate. the problem this morning is fog. it is going to remain sick. and fact, starting to see some advisories across the area. according mile will be the most you will see. i couldn't see past the end of my car in some spots this morning. rain, and colder. people talk about that for the upcoming week. geoff: in case you missed it, one of the best basketball shots happened in tulsa. allyson: james wood or got the rebound and fired a shot just
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that ball traveled three quarters the length of the court and it went in. he tried to play it cool. fans were amazed by that there. geoff: my father had an expression whenever he did something crazy like that. our news continues right now. >> you are watching live, ruiz and weather with meteorologist pamela wright. high definition. >> the people of iowa, new
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has spoken and i respect their decision. tonight, i am suspending. allyson: now, one must candidate in the race for the white house. geoff: we have our full election results for you. first, a look at the weather with pamela wright. pamela: good morning. watching the fog sicken up this morning. visibility greatly reduced. now, we do have advisories of. i won't be surprised to see those spread across the upstate. take it easy this morning. 40's across the mountains to get you going. 52 in boone, which is unbelievable on this february morning. as far as the numbers go, you see, by 10:00, close to 60 degrees. we will reach the mid-60's and much of the upstate.
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main rain moves then as we get back to work tomorrow. i will show that in the film -- in a few minutes. geoff: the gop primary has come and gone. still standing, very much, donald trump. allyson: but yesterday's primary ended with jeb bush bowing out of the race. here's another look at those results. donald trump, walking away with the vote there. ted cruz and marco rubio practically tied here in south carolina. john kasich and ben carson finished lowest. , announced he's dropping out of the race. us now. myra no surprise that donald trump won. myra: no. it was pretty much expected that donald trump would take the palmetto state. during his speech last night he thanked the voters of south carolina. donald trump: want to begin by
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carolina, this is a special state. myra: trump while addressing his victory also took time to address the other candidates who were running. donald trump: i think we're going to do very very well. i want to also congratulate the other candidates in particular i have to say ted and marco did a really good job, they did quite well, as i understand. come on, just one minute. one second. good, we go back to board tomorrow morning, tomorrow morning we'll be back, but i just want to congratulate the other candidates. it's nothing easy about running for president, i can tell you. it's tough, it's nasty, it's mean, it's vicious, it's beautiful. when you win, it's beautiful. we are going to start winning for our country, we're going to start winning. myra: trump now has wins in south carolina and new
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the campaign's next stop is atlanta, georgia for a rally this afternoon. the republicans have a caucus in nevada this tuesday. trump says he looks forward to winning there as well. and then onto super tuesday. geoff: thank you. another big headline following the south carolina primary, jeb bush is ending his campaign for president. allyson: bush made the announcement to his supporters last night after the results were in. >> the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken and i really respect their decision, so tonight i am suspending my campaign. [applause] geoff: he was very emotional, as you saw there. mandy gaither has more from columbia. >> you could hear the surprise in the room as jeb bush announced he's suspending his campaign. i talked to supporters who were
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they were hoping this campaign would continue, but it was not to be. i talked to them about who they will support now, and they told me they don't know. geoff: many had eyes on who would finish second in the south carolina primary, senator ted cruz, or senator marco rubio. allyson: the two finished in a virtual tie for second, with rubio earning a small percentage more than cruz. wyff news four's tim waller was with marco rubio in columbia. while our nigel robertson was with ted cruz campaign. >> it wasn't the first place finish he was looking for, but for marco rubio a tie for second , place with challenger ted cruz gave rubio's campaign the , jumpstart it very much needed. if it is god's will that we should win this election, then history will say that on this night in south carolina we took the first steps forward in the beginning of a new american
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thank you, south carolina. >> rubio said to him, the state of south carolina will always be the place of new beginnings and a fresh start. tim waller, wyff news 4, columbia. >> it was not the night senator cruz was hoping for. he event told the crowd he didn't know if it would be a second or third place win. in the end it was razor thin but the senator ended up coming up in third place. in front of a very large and energetic crowd, ted cruz told his supporter that this race is far from over. he says, he will win the republican nomination, and will beat the democrats in november. he said, quote, we are the only campaign that has beaten and can beat donald trump. >> in iowa, they said it couldn't be done, and we won.
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in new hampshire, they said a conservative, a bible believing christian could not compete and , we defied expectations. [applause] and tonight despite millions and , millions of dollars of false and nasty attacks despite the entirety of the political establishment coming against us south carolina has given us another remarkable results. [applause] >> the cruz campaign had an aggressive ground game in south carolina. they are now taking that ground game to nevada. their hope is for a strong showing on super tuesday, especially in his home state of
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geoff: after starting his campaign with strong poll numbers late last year, ben carson ended up coming in last in the south carolina primary. allyson: but despite his finish in south carolina and before jeb , bush dropped out doctor carson , said he is staying in the race. >> when this thing started, there were 17 candidates. there are only 6 now, and i'm [applause] and, i'm not going anywhere. allyson: wyff news four's mike mccormick was following the carson campaign from greenville. >> not the outcome dr. ben carson wanted from saturday's primary. still, a huge crowd, a huge showing of support at the party that happened at the embassy suites here in greenville. dr. carson said it was this kind of enthusiasm he found a
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is why he is staying in this. on tuesday, he told us no matter what happened in the primary, he was staying in it. he is keeping his word, telling the crowd tonight, we will take america back. dr. ben carson staying in the race. geoff: governor john kasich was the only candidate not watching the returns in south carolina. allyson: instead he focused on , the states getting ready to vote on super tuesday. he started the day in vermont. then traveled to massachusetts where he spoke to supporters. he discussed the fact that he didn't spend the day in south carolina. >> we were there only about 6-7 days and i wish there had been a little bit more time, but people thought we would not do better than getting a few people to fill a volkswagen and we'll at least get them to fill a van so we feel good. allyson: kasich is hoping his strong finish in new hampshire will resonate with gop voters in new england on super tuesday.
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up in washington, d.c. to remember the life of justice antonin scalia. pamela: no more than a spotty drizzle across the area this morning. the big issue, the fog. it sickens -- thic hillary clinton: i do not believe we live in a single-issue country. the economy is rigged in favor of the top. americans haven't had a raise in 15 years. but i want to go further.
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hardworking immigrant families living in fear... racism holding people back... wall street and big financial interests along with drug companies, insurance companies, big oil companies... the indifference, the negligence. that's what i want to take on. i'm running for president to root out all of these barriers... because i think america can only live up to its potential when we make sure that every american has a chance to live up to his or her potential. i'm hillary clinton,
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thousands paid their respects at the funeral mass for 79-year old justice antonin scalia. the supreme court justice's son...a catholic priest...led the mass attended by vice president joe biden...other court justices and some u.s. senators. jennifer johnson has our story. draped in an american flag...the casket of justice antonin scalia was taken into the nation's
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>> as he put it later, i'm confessing to you. the feeling was mutual.
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at a texas ranch spent nearly three decades on the nation's highest court, considered one of the country's most influential conservatives. geoff: president obama says he will nominate justice co scalia's replacement in due time. allyson: however, there are threats from republicans that it will not happen until a new president is elected. geoff: coming up we'll have the , latest on a shooting spree that left several people dead, and police looking fof answers. we have some dense fog this morning. pamela: we do. it is spreading this morning. many 50's on the map. despite the lack change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment.
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to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. i'm chris bosh. when i was sidelined with blood clots in my lung, it was serious. fortunately, my doctor had a game plan. treatment with xarelto . hey guys! hey, finally, somebody i can look up to... ...besides arnie. xarelto is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there's limited information on how xarelto and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, i tried warfarin, but the blood testing and dietary restrictions... don't get me started on that. i didn't have to. we started on xarelto . nice pass. safety first. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more easily
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xarelto may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines. xarelto can cause serious, and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising, or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto , wawah for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto , tell your doctor about any kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. you know xarelto is the #1 prescribed blood thinner in its class. that's a big win. it is for me. with xarelto there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto ... ...was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto . >> now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. pamela: 5:46. good sunday morning.
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something happened with the camera. 52 degrees in greenville. we are really mild temperature wise. 53 in abbeville. an afternoon that we will one more time get into the 60's. 56, seneca. only 40 in asheville. still pretty mild this time of year, this time of mourning. the winds are fairly light. you will notice that. what you will notice if they pick up. these are sustained winds near 15, gusting near 20. this morning, while the moisture is plentiful, the winds are light and the temperatures have cool down enough that we are
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it continues to develop in the upstate as well. here is live super doppler four hd. it is really just drizzle the tennessee border. we are going to have some spotty showers around here today. we are also going to have pretty comfortable temperatures from 60's in northeastern georgia and the upstate as well. again, steadily, moisture increasing. do right rain off and on -- expect rain off and on. for monday morning, check in with dale before you head out. very likely you will be going through some rain for your monday morning commute. the same goes for tuesday.
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setting up, with the a front stalled out nearby, we could see a widespread 1.5-2 inches of rain in many locations through the middle of the week. that is one thing we will be keeping our eye on. we will not see the sun for the next couple of days. temperatures will be comfortable. only upper 50's for tomorrow. we shave off more for a cold and rainy tuesday before we try out on thursday. geoff: 5:49. commitment to thousand 16 coverage continues. governor nikki haley among the thousands in south carolina who cast their ballots during the allyson: cameras caught up with the governor, as she voted yesterday at a methodist church in lexington, she, of course, voted for senator marco rubio, who she endorsed a few days ago. >> how are you feeling? governor haley: i am very excited, it is a great day in
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we are seeing a lot of turnout at the polls. the weather is perfect, people are excited. we make presidents in south carolili and we think it's going to be a great day for marco rubio. geoff: across the upstate, thousands came out early to get their vote in for the republican primary day. allyson: but some polling places still had some problems. some locations, were smoother than others. in taylors, at eastside high school, a wrestling tournament moved the polling location to a different part of the school, in simpsonville, a couple says, a polling volunteer made a mistake, allowing the husband to vote in place of his wife when an address change went wrong. >> she wont be allowed to cast her vote in this state because somebody didn't do their job and on top of that, they didn't think it was a big deal. they were just like its ok you voted for her. >> i usually see more people at this time but like i said, the directions are not clear. i mean, they need more signs out so people can really know where
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allyson: the director of the greenville county board of elections says, there have been a few issues, mainly with voters who made their address and county changes too late to vote. he says anytime it's a saturday election, it's more stressful because the city has functions going on that can change where folks are used to voting. geoff: during the election, we were keeping our eyes on social media, to see what people and the candidates were saying about the election. allyson: jeb bush tweeted out simply, thanks, after he surprised supporters by announcing he was bowing out of the race. a tweet from donald trump after his victory in south carolina, what a great night, thank you south carolina, a truly special place with truly amazing people. you can find much more on the candidates on the wyff 4 app and wyff4.com. geoff: now that the republicans are moving away from south carolina, the democratic primary is less than a week away.
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past week getting ready for yesterday's nevada caucuses yesterday before the republican polls even closed here, the results were in for nevada. and it was hillary clinton earning a very close win over bernie sanders. >> is this a great night or what? we just won nevada! >> what this entire campaign has been about is the issue of momentum, is the issue of bringing more and more people into the political process bernie sanders will be making a shift campaign stop today in greenville, at the bon secours wellness arena. the doors open at 3:00 p.m. myra: turning to our morning headlines today, columbia police are looking for two men who fired shots at a crowded mall. the columbia police chief said the incident happened at the columbiana mall last night, when two men were fighting. and a third man jumped in. police said at some point two of the men pulled out guns, and shot into the air. investigators said once the
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involved in incident ran away. right now police have not , identified the suspects in the case. law enforcement agencies in kalamazoo are scrambling to find answers after multiple people were shot and killed at random saturday night. the shootings happened over a five hour time period at various locations. the highest body count was in the parking lot of a cracker barrel restaurant in texas township, where police are saying five people died. six people in all were killed, and police are saying up to three more people are critically injured. shortly after midnight police said they arrested a person of interest who they have strong suspicions of being the shooter. >> because we don't know why. there is not connection between any of them. this all appears to be random. this is your worse case scenario that any community can have myrara at this police have not point, yet released the names of the the victims or the man they have in custody.
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and a gunman are dead after a several hour stand-off that ended with gunfire overnight. investigators say officers were called to the home of 45-year-old charles lambert for a domestic dispute late friday. after a six hour stand-off, two tactical units entered the home and exchanged gunfire with lambert. lambert was killed along with narcotics agent lee tartt. investigators say lambert's wife and 10-year-old daughter were inside the home during the stand-off but were safely rescued. geoff: thank you.
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geoff: 5:56 on the sunday morning. if you've ever watched an episode of cheers, frasier, friends or will and grace, , you've seen the work of director james burrows. allyson: i've seen all of those. cast members from some of his biggest hits, including friends, reunited recently for a celebration of burrows' career. you can watch that right here. mark barger has a preview. >> at the bar where everybody knows your name, he was simply jimmy. >> when jimmy laughed during rehearsal, you knew it was funny. >> james burrows directed ted danson and company for 237 episodes of cheers. >> his hand signals, you knew exactly what he was talking about. >> he wasn't a guy to waste
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>> from across the soundstage, he said, "what you doing?" we said rehearsing. he said, stop it. >> it's like working with a scientist comedian. >> the very first episode of friends got the burrows touch as well. , he really was key to helping us as a cast really find our relationships to each other and our characters. >> we would do anything for jim burrows, because he gave us the opportunity of a lifetime. >> his impact was even bigger on will and grace. he directed all 188 episodes. >> toward the beginning of the first season, he told me to do a headstand on a chair when my character said i'm bored, and i did a headstand, and i'm like, how would you even think of that? >> not only that. burrows plays a mean piano to
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myra:geoff: the 75-year-o-o recently
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allyson: >> live, local, breaking news. this is wyff news 4 today in high definition. donald trump: the lieutenant governor of south carolina i would take him over the gov any time because we won. >> the people of iowa new hampshire and south carolina have spoken and i really respect their decision so tonight i am

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