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you good downpours in pickens county, anderson and hart county. also, northeastern georgia has a line of thunderstorms from atlanta to greenville. a lot of this is impacting areas south of the i-20 quarter -- corridor. let's go to meteorologist chris justus. these are flash flood watches and wind advisories and warnings out for the area. let's find out how the storm will impact the southeast. chris: we have the latest computer model and it shows the heavy rainfall over us and will continue to push east. another round moves in between 7:00 and 9:00. it could have heavy rain and gusty wind with it. as it pushes eastbound through the afternoon, it energizes east of charlotte and that area from greensboro, they it phil, raleigh, down to myrtle beach, they could see severe weather.
to myrtle beach, they could see severe weather. there is the low-pressure system and we continue to get rain through 7:00 this evening and gusty wind. taken a look at live super doppler 4 hd, nothing severe right now across the area. this linebacker the west we are watching this line back in the wet -- we are watching this line back in the west. we are putting a track on it. it should be in toccoa at around 6:38 and walhalla before 7:00. allyson: thank you. taking a look at the roads, flashing lights on the right-hand side of the screen with a roadway washout. water on the road that i-85 south of you gets a highway 14. we are looking at that. it is from our deity camera from spartanburg into greenville. an accident in greenville on
in lawrences -- laurens county also at that accident. watch out for wet roads. we have mark lyons driving on i-385 and headed into downtown greenville. not even using wind chill diapers so not to have the in the area. let's -- not even using the windshield wipers so not too heavy in the area. a live look behind us from our peace center skycam. geoff: wet roads. strong storms impacting our area this morning. wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from asheville. aly: good morning. just as i went to queue, the rain picked up. we have pretty heavy drizzle going on right now in asheville. behind me, not a whole lot going on. the roads are soaking wet from the amount we have gotten over the last 24 hours from greenville up to asheville.
there are some pretty huge puddles throughout the upstate. aly myles wyff news 4 live in nashville. -- in asheville. geoff: commitment 2016 now, and it's victory in vegas for donald trump. a live look at the trump tower in vegas. allyson: trump garnered 46% of votes in the nevada caucus. nikole killion joins us live from our exclusive washington newsroom with more. nikole: good morning. biggest wins. it was a trump trifecta as the real estate mogul hit the jackpot in nevada with his third win in a row. he trounced rivals marco rubio and ted cruz who argue they're still viable. now, the focus turns to super tuesday, where about a dozen states are up for grabs. the head of those contest, republicans return to the debate stage tomorrow night. allyson: nikole killion live in washington, thank you. geoff: to the democratic race now, as hillary clinton and bernie sanders look for your votes in this saturday primary.
night in a cnn town hall at the university of south carolina in columbia. both responded to president obama's plan to close the prison at guantanamo bay. >> we look like hypocrites and fools to the entire world. what we have done is locked up people in a way that is causing all kinds of repercussions around the world. >> there is no reason for us to continue to have guantanamo, which is a very serious, i guess, symbol for a lot of the people around the world who would do us harm and try to recruit others to do us harm. geoff: before the town hall, clinton attended an emotional forum just down the street. mothers whose children were victims of gun violence or who died while in police custody met with clinton and former congresswoman gabrielle
wyff news 4's update in pickens county, an arrest has been made after a woman was found shot and killed on a boat ramp last weekend. deputies say kasey waldrop killed reza kahn early sunday morning. he faces a slew of charges including, murder. two fishermen found kahn's body sunday at a boat ramp off saluda lake in easley. deputies found her car monday night at an apartment in greenvilleleounty. they say waldrop showed up there and tried to run away but was arrested. deputies say they also detained two other people who might be connected to the shooting. allyson: in greenville county, the save tindal park effort has failed. the school district has found a buyer for the land. the 2.8 acre park has been on the market for about a year. the school district decided it no longer wanted the property that includes tennis courts, playground and basketball court. new focus builders struck a deal with the district for the land at $1.5 million. the school district is using the money from the sale to strengthen career centers around the county. they expect the sale to finalize
geoff: coming up, we have a good bit of rain in the area. it remains to be seen what we see from the storms. dale: right now, watching live super doppler 4 hd, a lot of the energy from the storm's want to the south, sign of the i have -- south of the i-20 core door -- corridor. look at the fog from mark i-385 and woodruff road skycam, visibility almost nil. you will see some headlights every once in a while, but that is about it. coming down inickens county, anderson county and the abbeville. [no audio] here we have right now all the areas in green, a flash flood watch with high wind warnings
and wind advisories from newberry down to the lower part of south carolina. here you can see where most of the severe thunderstorms are now situated along and south of the i-24 corridor. we will get a few thunderstorms from they do between now and 9:00 this morning, so we will be watching that mostly. here is our future plus forecast to give you an indication of where that energy has been going. here is a line around 8:00 with it a good thunderstorms and oconee county, pickens county and greenville between 8:00 and 9:00. a few scattered showers this afternoon but the real strong thunderstorms basically a going to be this morning. in western north are aligned, cold air coming in this evening and it changes over to snow along the tennessee order. that could impact schools tomorrow morning.
should there be delays. temperatures today will go from upper 40's to 60's this afternoon. 50 in asheville will climb to low 60's for afternoon highs. that is what is going on. we will track the storm throughout the morning. geoff: thank you. the mayor in pickens county speaking out on a memorial causing controversy. what he says about taking it down. allyson: a live look at the roads.
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announcer: you are watching live, local, breaking news with geoff hart, allyson powell, and weather with meteorologist dale gilbert. this is wyff news 4 today in high definition. allyson: a wyff news 4 update. the luminary tribute to a young greenville mother named lindsay motley who passed away late tuesday, according to "the greenville news." she was just 29-years-old. you can see from last month when hundreds of candles were visible. she had been battling colon cancer or three years. she encouraged others to be screened for the disease. geoff: in oconee county, the mayor of seneca says a memorial cross on city property is not going anywhere. this cross was built into a stone wall outside seneca's
it's in memory of chuck keeler, who fell as he worked on the plant. the freedom from religion foundation out of wisconsin says the memorial should be religiously neutral, but the mayor disagrees. his released a statement tuesday night that said he doesn't believe the memorial is a religious endorsement. dale: it has been a rainy, foggy and breezy morning across the
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>> now, your live super doppler 4 hd forecast. dale: good morning. 6:16 the time. our peace center skycam shows the fog and rain, 49 degrees. it got up to upper 40's yesterday for highs. once again. the stormy weather we have been watching the last couple of days will march across the country and it is impacting us but not this bad as it could have been because it stayed cool. if they got really warm, it could have led to bigger storms. pretty good downpours in parts of pickens county, greenville, anderson into abbeville with another line of thunderstorms marching in our direction. as we take a look at the area,
green, high wind warnings in western north carolina or this afternoon and tonight. wind advisories for the southern piedmont and into the midlands. this is the big low and how it impacts our region with lines of thunderstorms in parts of georgia. most of the action has been south of us in the i-20 core door -- corerridor. 8:15, pretty good downpours in oconee county, northern pickens county, and as a move that forward, by 9:00, affecting asheville and northern greenville county with thunderstorms and more action near columbia. after that, scattered showers come in late morning and into the afternoon. cooler temperatures behind the system. later tonight, picking up snow flurries in higher elevations of north carolina. along the tennessee-north carolina border late tonight and tomorrow morning, they will be
we will have any delays first thing in the morning. our temperatures have gotten a little bit warmer. 58 in henderson, upper 40's and greenville and expected to reach upper and 50's to low 60's. it is breezy out of the northeast, windy out of the southwest later today, so keep that in mind. wind gust could be over 30 miles an hour. after this big system gets out of here, cold air replaces it and chilly temperatures tomorrow reaching low 50's in the upstate and the 40's in the mountains. this afternoon, it will get mild in the 60's in the mountains will see temperatures into the upper fit tm of 60 range, too. looking ahead, sunny weather but cold thursday and friday morning. saturday and sunday, a little
allyson: taking a look at the roads. behind me, this is i-85, the south on planes. see these flashing lights? well, we had this right lane closed from a washout. all of the water caused issues. it has appeared to be reopened and traffic is moving. be careful as you travel. this is from spartanburg into greenville before highway 14, but watch for standing water in the area. a couple of accidents, one in spartanburg county at battleground road in green lake road are you still moving ok around that. on laurens, neely ferry road, very serious accident and one in taylors on wofford road highway 290. give yourself some extra time on those roadways because of the water. taking a look outside i-385 parried visibility level is well with fog around woodruff road.
geoff: thank you. happening today, local heroes join forces for the annual battle of the badges blood drive in asheville. wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from the blood donation center with more. aly? aly: good morning. we are live at the asheville blood donation center talking about battle of the badges. i am joined with a lady who knows much more. thank you for joining me. we are talking with the executive director of asheville's red cross. talk to me about why people need to come out the first baptist church to help. >> the biggest reason is due to the winter weather, we have had a number of drives in our area canceled. we have a huge need for as much blood as we can get, particularly, today when folks can support their favorite batch. aly: you can donate from 8:00 until 5:00 today. we want to make sure people come out to the church. talk to me about what they will
>> we have a ton of food coming and every donor who donates will be put a bottle of the badges to share. aly: last year, welcome county ems won. how many pints does it take? >> we are hoping to see over 150 folks today. we will have the north carolina highway patrol, buncombe county sheriff's, fire department, so pick your favorite. aly: thank you. 8:00 to 5:00, you can produce up eight in battle of the batches. do it in honor of your favorite law enforcement. asheville. allyson: a live look from las vegas, nevada, with donald trump tower and the skyline. he had an overwhelming win in
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the second graders at pelham road elementary. we had a good time. they heard you liked cookies. allyson: they know what i like. not they'll -- dale, me. [laughter] dale: they gave us a wonderful go-tigers cookie cake. we salute you. we have another picture sent in from hampton park christian school for our school salute. these three students participated in original band competition. it was the south carolina band association and they practiced for 10 hours during a two-day event and presented concerts on saturday. thank you for the great picture. geoff: looking sharp. allyson: they really do. it is time for our wyff news 4 timeline on this the great 24.
geoff: he asked her to marry geoff: severe weather headed east. take a look at this in louisiana. you can see the major damage in pensacola, florida, as well. they have killed at least three people in louisiana and mississippi. allyson: with the potential for severe weather, we have team coverage. meteorologist dale gilbert and chris justus and aly myles in asheville and live looks in anderson and greenville. mark lyons is driving on the roads. first, dale? dale: areas of rain and fog across the area. temperatures climb to to the upper 40's and stayed there yesterday. breeze out of the northeast at 14 this morning. fog be in spartanburg. there will be areas of dense fog along with rain. we have seen pretty good downpours in greenville, anderson county and the break in parts of oconee county and
we are not out of the woods quite yet. it looks like a lot of the energy and severe weather has gone to the south. southern georgia, south of columbia. we are under flash flood watches because of saturated heavy downpours that could lead to quick flooding of creeks and streams. in western north carolina, high wind warnings and winter advisories. produced out in columbia and newberry -- pretty stout in columbia and newberry. chris justus is looking at the threat for the day. chris: it will get very breezy today. the highest impact will be on the morning commute later this afternoon and evening. looks like a microphone is down here. it fell, folks. live tv for you, that we have it on now. look at this bull's-eye over raleigh. that is going to be the area that we are concerned about today for the potential for some
this hatched in area has a 10% chance of seeing en ef-2 or stronger tornado. we will be watching the raleigh ycam's closely. there is the light on i-40 right there. we will watch that closely as the day goes on. here is the latest computer model showing this line moving through from the west and impacting us between now and 9:30. in the afternoon, that is on the line gets energized east of here and we will watch that from greensboro, fayetteville, myrtle beach in raleigh and very breezy conditions and scattered showers. the heaviest will be felt east of here. we will continue to track the storms keep you posted. allyson: we are taking a look at i-85 southbound. earlier, working on a washout with water on the roadways. it will be dangerous this morning. in spartanburg county at
in lawrences -- laurens, neeley ferry road with an next it with injuries. also one in taylors. mark is driving right now, what are you seeing? mark: good morning, we have been seeing rain, in and out of fog in showers. we have wet roads, so give yourself extra caution and time andrew with you in the driver in front, but the roads are slick so be careful. mark lyon live on 385 wyff news 4. allyson: you heard him say roads are slick, so give yourself extra time. i-385 and haywood road looking smooth. that is your beat the traffic. a live look from our peace center skycam. geoff: storms impacting many parts of our area, wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from
aly: good morning. we are live in asheville. the rain is starting to come down. you can see it in that light. pretty heavy in these parts. the heaviest we have seen this morning. something to keep in mind on your commute. they could be wet roads. they were already wet from the last few hours. give yourself a little more time this morning. aly myles wyff news 4 live in asheville. geoff: thank you. to commitment 2016, victory for donald trump. a live look at the trump tower in vegas. allyson: donald trump garnered 46% and nikole killion has more. nikole: this by far was one of donald trump's biggest wins and he seemed to savor it. >> if you listen, we were not expected to win too much and now we are winning, winning the country. [applause] >> soon, the country is going to
nikole: it was a trump trifecta as the real estate mogul hit the jackpot with his third win in a row. he trounced marco rubio and ted cruz, who argued they are still viable. focus turns to super tuesday, where about one dozen states are the grabs. republicans plan to return to the debate stage tomorrow night. in washington, nikole killion wyff news 4. geoff: to the democratic race now, hillary clinton and bernie sanders look for your votes in this saturday primary. the candidates took part last night in a cnn town hall at the university of south carolina in columbia. both responded to president obama's plan to close the prison at guantanamo bay. >> we look like hypocrites and fools to the entire world. what we have done is locked up people in a way that is causing all kinds of repercussions around the world. >> there is no reason for us to
which is a very serious, i guess, symbol for a lot of the people around the world who would do us harm and try to recruit others to do us harm. geoff: before the town hall, clinton attended an emotional forum just down the street. mothers whose children were victims of gun violence or who died while in police custody met with clinton and former congresswoman gabrielle giffords. back in the upstate, and the rest and pickens county in connection with the case where a woman was found shot and killed on a boat ramp last weekend. deputies say kasey waldrop killed reza kahn early sunday morning. he faces a slew of charges including, murder. two fishermen found kahn's body sunday at a boat ramp off saluda lake in easley. deputies found her car monday night at an apartment in greenville county. they say waldrop showed up there and tried to run away but was arrested. deputies say they also detained two other people who might be connected to the shooting. allyson: in greenville county, the save tindal park effort has failed.
buyer for the land. the 2.8 acre park has been on the market for about a year. the school district decided it no longer wanted the property that includes tennis courts, playground and basketball court. new focus builders struck a deal with the district for the land at $1.5 million. the school district is using the money from the sale to strengthen career centers around the county. they expect the sale to finalize in about three months. coming up, i will have your traffic. dale: we have rain, fog.
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>> now, your live super doppler 4 hd forecast. dale: we begin with live super doppler 4 hd. coming down pretty good in parts of greenville, anderson county, pickens county and another line of showers that will impact us the next hour or so in northeastern georgia. the most severe aspects of the storm system have gone to the south, south of i-20. we are under a flash flood watch and it could lead to quick
these are high wind warnings and wind advisories for the piedmont, south of laurens county into newberry county, but severe weather threats still in southern georgia with a tornado watch area and strong thunderstorms have fallen there but just scattered showers in the upstate and mountains. still got a little bit to go. most of it pays to the east but pretty good downpours now and another line of thunderstorms between 8:00 and 8:30. pickens county in northern greenville county will get impacted by that and then we get a break with scattered showers for the rest of the day. cooler temperatures, behind this tonight. tomorrow morning, the mountains of north carolina may have some snow to deal with as far as slippery driving. we will let you know if there are any delays. sonny" or tomorrow from low 50's in the mountains.
sunny and cooler tomorrow allyson: from low 50's in the mountains. i am seeing some green, but this is i-85 northbound just before you get up to the north carolina-south carolina border with a major accident causing the slow down. that camera going in and out, but that is mile marker 102 to watch out for an eye-85 northbound. in greer, accident with injuries. anderson bridge road, in the roadway. also, anderson county, centerville road. it is moving slowly around the 28 miles per hour. he cannot stress enough the accidents with injuries, so please be careful out there with the rain and standing water that may have occurred. we are looking good on the interstates. 16 minutes from fairview road to downtown greenville. give yourself extra time and space between you and the car in front. take a look outside 385 --
down i-85 at mile marker 56. that is your beat the traffic. geoff: thank you. the clemson basketball team in danger of falling off the ncaa tournament bubble. on the road at georgia tech, the tigers shooting shows up early to give them at 13 point lead, but tech gains momentum in the second half. clemson's dante grantham hits the game tying triple with less than 15 seconds to play, but the jackets draw a blocking foul and hit both free throws. tech up two, with three seconds to play. a last look for clemson and the shot's off the mark. the jackets beat the tigers, 75 to 73. the tournament not looking so likely this year for clemson. meanwhile, high school basketball in the midst of its playoffs. championships came to be play. we have the latest scores and updates for you in the sports section on our wyff 4 mobile
latest for severe weather. dale: we have seen showers, overnight. 60 in anderson, 12 degrees warmer than greenville with wind out of the south that 15. foggy in spartanburg, cool in the morning. most of the severe weather has gone to the south. we are seeing pretty good downpours in parts of pickens county, greenville county, and here comes more hitting raven county. we will see pretty good downpours between now and 9:00. we are under a flash flood watch with high wind warning from western north airline. wind advisories for the piedmont , south of newberry and into columbia. most of the stormy weather has swann to the south of us so far. we will get a few thunderstorms out of this, but the good news is we have not been impacted as badly as it could have been. it is always that unknown factor
the south. by eight,: 45, the thunderstorms in northern greenville county and that pushes through. -- by 8:45, we will see thunderstorms in northern greenville county and that pushes through. the heaviest of the action will be this morning. colbert comes in tonight with snow along the tennessee-north carolina border early tomorrow morning. we will let you know could cause delays when the information -- we will let you know if they could cause delays when the information comes out. low 40's in the mountains for highs tomorrow. the 60's in the upstate. allyson: taking a look at the roads. i-85 north down. this accident happening before the south carolina-north carolina line. flashing lights at mile marker 102. several accidents with injuries. in greer, maple road at anderson ridge road and ems working. ems working in anderson county
our client is out to tell us -- mark lyons is out to tell us what it looks like. mark: we just went through i-85 north and spartanburg county. a few minutes ago, we were between exit 56 and 60 and there was a heavy downpour. also mixed in his fog comes the visibility is challenging. the road is wet, so be careful. on 85 north, mark lyon. allyson: thank you. visibility is poor. i-385 picking up around woodruff road. give yourself extra time and be careful. wyff news 4's aly myles has been traveling to the upstate from the mountains. -- traveling to the mountains from the upstate. geoff: let's see what she sees right now.
the rain starting to come down. you cannot really hear the wind, but it is also incredibly cold and windy. the careful on your commute. we will have more on battle of the badges and a couple of minutes, but there will be a little bit of hydroplaning. aly myles wyff news 4 live in asheville. allyson: thank you. turning to commitment 2016, another victory for donald trump. geoff: donald trump garnered 46% in the nevada caucus. he had his third win in a row. he trounced rivals. marco rubio and ted cruz came in second and third and the focus turns to super tuesday, where about one dozen states are up for grabs. republicans return the debate stage tomorrow night. allyson: to the democratic race, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are looking for your votes this saturday. they took part in the town hall and columbia.
morning's announcement to president obama on plans to close the prison at guantanamo bay. clinton attended an emotional -- an emotional forum just down the street. mothers whose children were victims of gun violence or who died while in police custody met with clinton and former congresswoman gabrielle giffords. allyson: in pickens county, an arrest has been made after a woman was found shot and killed on a boat ramp last weekend. deputies say kasey waldrop killed reza kahn early sunday morning. he faces a slew of charges including, murder. two fishermen found kahn's body sunday at a boat ramp off saluda lake in easley. deputies found her car monday night at an apartment in greenville county. they say waldrop showed up there and tried to run away but was arrested. deputies say they also detained two other people who might be connected to the shooting. geoff: in greenville county, the save tindal park effort has failed. the school district has found a buyer for the land. the 2.8 acre park has been on the market for about a year. the school district decided it no longer wanted the property
playground and basketball court. new focus builders struck a deal with the district for the land at $1.5 million. the school district is using the money from the sale to strengthen career centers around the county. they expect the sale to finalize in about three months. allyson: in oconee county, the mayor of seneca says a memorial cross on city property is not going anywhere. this cross was built into a stone wall outside seneca's water treatment plant. it's in memory of chuck keeler, who fell as he worked on the plant. the freedom from religion foundation out of wisconsin says the memorial should be religiously neutral, but the mayor disagrees. his released a statement tuesday night that said he doesn't believe the memorial is a religious endorsement. we just reported on that story and we will have the next story right now. geoff: happening today local
annual battle of the badges blood drive in asheville. wyff news 4's aly myles joins us and i don't know if she has been there but she is back inside. aly: good morning. we are live at the asheville blood donation center, talking about the battle of the badges happening at first baptist church or 8:00 to 5:00. a chance to donate blood in favor of your favorite law enforcement agency. talk to me about what people should come out. >> are asheville fire, everybody loves a firefighter, but being a first responder, we know how critical the need for blood is, so having our shelves stocked is imported and then being able to share that blood among other local agencies. come out, donate, and we encourage you to come. we look forward to looking and winning the trophy this year.
these little red lead cells. -- blood cells. today is your chance to do it. aly myles wyff news 4 live in asheville. geoff: thank you. we will continue to take a look at the roads. allyson: some serious accidents. this is-85 before you get to the state line, north and south sound at mile marker 102, about 30 miles from the north carolina-south carolina line. that is the southbound lane. northbound lanes with the accident and flashing lights, so we have an accident affecting all lanes of travel. traffic is moving slowly. you can expect delays but give yourself extra time. on anderson ridge road, looking at an accident with injuries. ems on the scene and one in
very serious accident out there and some serious conditions. we are looking at a speed limit drive on 385 and 85. yourself extra time. let's take a look outside and see how we look. low visibility in some areas. this is i-385 and haywood road. geoff: let's go to dale because as a come up on 7:00, it is affecting the morning commute. dale: slippery roads and cold all day yesterday, and just climbing to upper 40's. 49 with rain coming down pretty good and the northwest breeze at eight. 10, 15 and even 20 to 30 mile per hour wind possible later this afternoon as the big system pushes through. we will get winded colder temperatures tonight. warm in the piedmont with temperatures in anderson in the upper 50's and low 60's in the piedmont. the storm used of the weather
impacting southern georgia and south of columbia. we don't have any thunderstorm warnings out for the upstate but we do have that flash flood watch. that will continue through the upstate counties, continuing into the evening. we have wind advisories for western north carolina and temperatures today are going to get -- well, anders and franklin are 10 degrees warmer than asheville, so temperatures warm up quickly and cool down pretty quickly tonight. temperatures kind of all over the place right now from 49 in greenville to 66 in abbeville. low 60's in the upstate for the afternoon. wind will start to come under the southwest and be gusty in western north carolina and breezy in the upstate, too. keep that in mind if you have outdoor plants. most of the rain is going to be gone by late morning with just a few scattered showers this afternoon.
kids will need the warm coat tomorrow with low 30's in the upstate and upper 20's in the mountains. they will be snow in north carolina that may impact schools. join us bursting so we can give you updates should there be -- join us first thing so we can give you updates should there be delays. geoff: thank you. coming up on "today," the results are in and donald trump wins the gop nevada caucus. the latest on the results plus interviews with trump and second place finisher, marco rubio, next on "today." allyson: and be sure to pick up a copy of today's "greenville news." you can read more about the trail in pickens county, but one homeowner says he will not allow his property to be settled in the area. read about that. geoff: we will continue to be the latest throughout the morning. we will be back on their every 30 minutes and -- on air every 30 minutes and you can find us
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good morning. three-peat. >> we're winning, winning, winning. >> donald trump cruises to victory in nevada, his third straight win in the republican presidential race. super tuesday is a week away and he's ahead in nearly every state. does hehink the nomination is his to lose? we'll talk to him live. tornado outbreak. >> it's crossing the road. look at that! >> a string of twisters across the south, entire neighborhoods wiped out. the damage stretching from louisiana to florida. at least three people killed, more than 30 others injured. today. new cases, new fear. 14 more women potentially infected with zika by their male
the growing outbreak to the address at a hearing on capitol hill this morning. too accommodating? the opening day at the trial of erin andrews. why did hotel staff agree to let a man who turned out to be her stalker book the room next to hers? >> this is dangerous. it's a red flag. you don't go, fine. >> why the hotel claims it did nothing wrong. today, wednesday, february 24th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. it's willie again for matt. day three of the flu for mr. lawyer lauer. >> we hope he's feeling okay. feel better, matt. donald trump with a massive