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pamela: thanks for joining us. i'm thankful, it is not bitterly cold this morning. let's talk about the numbers and what you can expect for your sunday. it looks good. it is certainly chilly, starting out in the 30's in greenville, and most of the upstate this morning. you see, temperatures will steadily climb. pretty comfortable by 11:00, 56 degrees. by noon, close to 60. here is where we are starting, near freezing in spartanburg. 40, greenwood, abbeville, elberton. you're only at 23 in franklin. what a spectacular afternoon we all have for today. tomorrow as well. high pressure over the southeast. the air will be sinking, compressing.
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tapping into the gulf of mexico, that will increase our moisture in the coming days. we will look at our brain chances, but right now, i temperatures. a lot of sunshine, temps in the mid-60's. we will warm up a good 30 degrees, or more. spartanburg, 34 by 9:00 and in the low 60's this afternoon. you get a bonus february day tomorrow. we will check that out and see how march is going to march an in. myra: thank you. we go now to greenville county, where rescue crews have spent the night searching for a missing 12-year-old boy in jones gap state park. greenville county deputies are searching for john quay, investigators say he was hiking
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he was missing during a head count. that was yesterday afternoon. crews have spent the night searching for the boy on the ground and by helicopter. >> as everybody else is right now concerned about safety our , main focus is to try and find him as quickly as possible. myra: crews are also concerned search. if you see quay, or can help authorities find him you are asked to call the greenville county sheriff's office. we will continue to follow this story and bring you updates on air, online and on the wyff 4 mobile app. turning to commitment 2016 this morning, the votes are in for south carolina, and hillary clinton is the winner of the state's democratic primary. here's a look at the south carolina primary results. hillary clinton taking in 74% of the vote. bernie sanders, only 26%. hillary clinton has now won south carolina, nevada and iowa.
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hampshire. hillary clinton we've now gone : through four early states and i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race and -- and tomorrow this campaign goes national. [applause] bernie sanders: i congratulate secretary clinton on her very strong victory. tuesday, over 800 delegates are at stake and we intend to win many many of them. ,thank you all very much. myra: our team coverage of the democratic primary continues this morning with nigel robertson in columbia with the clinton campaign. >> last night was a night full of energy. seconds after the polls closed, the race was called for hillary clinton. she ended up winning every single county in the state. in front of more than a thousand people, clinton thanked her supporters and said her work is
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she even called out donald trump, without using his same. -- his name. hillary clinton despite what you : hear we don't need to make america great again, american never stopped being great. [applause] hillary clinton: but we do need to make america whole again. instead of building up walls we need to be tearing down barriers. >> up next is super tuesday, when states across the country, including georgia and alabama, head to the polls. myra: already expecting to
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chose to not watch the returns in his state, and instead, get a jump on super tuesday. more on the sanders campaign. >> a lot has been made of the african-american vote here in south carolina, as the first true test involving a state with a majority of african-americans voting democrat. when it was all said and done, hillary clinton took 80% of the black vote in south carolina, this was the first in the south primary, which means we're just getting started, and this week's super tuesday will also involve southern states with large perecentages of black voters. but despite the loss, sanders said that his campaign is just beginning. >> you know what democracy is about -- and i really do love democracy -- it's one person, one vote. if you disagree with me, that fine. you got a better idea than me,
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but what democracy is not about is a handful of billionaires buying elections. [applause] i say to those republican governors and legislators, we're trying to make it harder for old people, poor people, people of color, from voting, if you are afraid of participating, get out of politics, get another job. >> again, sanders' statement after clinton's win was confident, saying his political revolution grows state by state. on the democratic side, nearly 900 delegates will be awarded, and that is roughly a third of those needed for the democratic nomination, and that's how important super tuesday is this week. myra: many voters saw a thrid candidate on the democratic ballot. important superwillie wilson is his name.
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we caught up to wilson earlier this week at the phillis wheatley community center in greenville. he talked to voters about his platform of faith based initiatives, free college tuition, and putting america wilson says part of the reason first. you might not have heard of him is because of his own party. >> it's been totally unfair. they kept me off the debates, they said they haven't sanctioned me, so therefore they , say i am not a democratic candidate because we are no entitled to the rights and privilege as those ones they sanction. myra: wilson finished with less than 1% in south caronlina, and will also be on the ballot in 10 other states. in greenville county, more than voters went to the polls. 30,000compare that to last week when 93,000 people voted during the republican primary. wyff news four's corey davis has more from election headquarters . >> election officials have put the finishing touches on organizing all of the ballots
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we talked with voters at a few locations, including the sterling school, and carolina high school. strong democratic precincts. those locations had a combined total of roughly 600 people who came out to vote. >> i'm voting for bernie sanders because he understands the real issues with the black community especially. >> i've heard all of the comments and everything and i think she's best suited for the job. she will try to finish what president obama has started. >> lots of views from voters between the two candidates. election officials say they dealt with the usual issues. people who didn't register on time, or had wrong addresses. myra: our commitment 2016 coverage continues on the wyff 4 moblie app you can look back on the primaries in south carolina. be sure to download our mobile app. coming up, we'll have more on the republican candidates as both parties now turn their attention to super tuesday.
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tuesday here. we will take a look at that. a gorgeous afternoon. lots of sunshine.
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myra: a busy time for the republicans as well, after a fiery debate in texas earlier this week. ted cruz and marco rubio went after donald trump yesterday in
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both candidates also released several years of tax return information yesterday, as pressure grows for donald trump to release information about his tax returns. the front runner spent yesterday in arkansas and tennessee. one day after he got a big boost and support from new jersey governor chris christie. trump also addressed his tax returns, saying he will keep them under wraps until his i-r-s audits are finished. john kasich was with supporters yesterday in nashville for a town hall. dr. ben carson spent time in texas before heading to colorado. the candidates now have their eyes on super tuesday. super tuesday involves 12 states, including georgia. one is a territory holding , primaries and caucuses. here is the list of the states in which the republican and democrat will be able to vote on the same day. they are alabama, arkansas, colorado, georgia,
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vermont and virginia. in the states, only republicans will be voting. alaska, north dakota and wyoming -- those will be caucuses taking place. for democrats only, american some old will be holding a caucus. nearly 600 delegates, or about 25% of the total, are up for grabs on tuesday. we want to know what you think about this. who do you think will be the next candidate to drop out of the race? take our now poll on our facebook, twitter or web page wyff4.com. here is what the results show. most think that ben carson will be dropping out. john kasich is the next person. it looks like hillary clinton is there to stay.
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like hey, guys! if weekly grocery shopping at other stores is taking a big bite out of your budget, just look at these savings at your local walmart. greenville the total amount saved at walmart vs bi-lo was $22.53 on this week's groceries - that's 17%. why shop anywhere else? try shopping at walmart. walmart's every day low prices make shopping quick and easy because you'll find low prices on great products every day. start shopping with walmart's every day low prices today.
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lucky dog, cats's meow. people will be able to feel like that. thanks for being here. your i event is in its 10th year. tell us how much it has grown. >> carrie and i started with a very small event with about five practitioners in the clubhouse. now, it has grown to how many? >> 17. people come, the purchase a ticket, and get a spa option. myra: we can go to your website, and tell us what people will find there. >> because animals has been
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we help people in the community. we target pharrell cats -- feral cats. are alarming, if you don't have them fixed. it seems a little crazy. it might be true. myra: i'm sure your eyes are watering because you might be allergic. this day of pampering yourself -- there is shopping too. >> this year, we have added our unique boutique. we have closing, accessories, home to core, anything you would
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we have priced it so it will be easy on the wallet. all proceeds go to stay in new and are -- spay and neuter programs. myra: that dress looks my size. [laughter] >> that is you. it is yours. [laughter] myra: is there anything for guys? >> we have a limited selection for men. we started with women, primarily who visit our event. we definitely want to grow it. myra: they can leave and relax somewhere else.
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>> there is plenty for men to do at the event, for example, we have a sign option with a golf package, restaurants. between coming and have think your spouse service, there is lots of other things. myra: a day of pampering. let's remind everybody when it takes place. >> it will be thursday night, march 10. we hope you will go to our website buy a ticket. myra: great. susan, always nice to see you. so sweet. >> now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. pamela: only myra can shop while working. talented.
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things are under control. 36 degrees. here is the west wind coming in at five. the breeze will pick up today. nice and quiet. 33 degrees. winds, less than three miles per hour. let's take a look at the winds across the area. they will be playing a bigger role over the next few days. out of the west for now, but increasing. they will feel good, and not put as much of a bite of chill in the air as yesterday. 27, asheville, for now. starting at the freezing mark in
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chilly at the coast this morning. 39 now in atlanta. clear skies overnight, a littelfuse of schooling, but as the days -- a little bit of cooling, but as the day goes on, we will increase our moisture as well. today, nothing but sunshine. you can see, the eastern half of the country, nice and clear today. also, nice and warm. the 60's in south texas to the 40's for overnight lows in chicago, not bad. let me show you the changes compared to yesterday. st. louis this morning, tway two degrees warmer. 14 degrees warmer in nashville.
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not too cold for tonight. tomorrow, here is the first fast-moving system. we will have plenty of sunshine tomorrow. we start looking to the west. we could see some storms across the southeast, potentially severe. this line, as well as a developing low-pressure system will continue to move in our direction for this week. a bit more unsettled. we are in the mid-60's by 3:00 today. to enjoy. soak up some vitamin d. here are the low temperatures for tonight. overall, above average. not bad.
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greenville, spartanburg, anderson, we increase the clouds, but don't decrease the high temperatures much. myra: thank you. back here in the carolinas, asheville police want to know who fired shots at a woman after a near traffic collision. police said the incident happened early friday morning along tunnel road near swannanoa river road. the woman told police she was in a near collision with the suspect. and he fired a handgun in her direction. police said when the tried to stop the driver he sped away. , investigators are looking for a cold kia -- gold kia suv. in greenville county, the search continues for a double murder suspect, who is on the run. bradford williams stands accused
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people at a nightclub in he was 2014. released from jail in january with a ankle monitoring device as part of the home incarceration program. records show he cut off his ankle monitor thursday morning. deputies say williams has friends and family that live in the taylors area and in oconee and anderson county. if you see him you're asked to call 911. time now for your news timeline on february 28. on this date in ten people were 1993, killed at a compound near waco, texas. agents of the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms were attempting to serve warrants to the branch davidians. issued out followed by a 51 day standoff ended with a tear-gas
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branch davidians. >> you are watching live, local, breaking news with myra ruiz and weather with meteorologist pamela wright. this is wyff news 4 today in high definition. hillary clinton: there is no doubt in my mind that america's best years are ahead of us.
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we have to stand with each other, hold each other up. bernie sanders: in politics, on a given night, sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. tonight, we lost. myra: hillary clinton picks up a win in south carolina, as candidates now. -- candidates focus their attention on super tuesday. good morning. it is safe 30. kind of a chilly start. it looks like it will be a nice day. pamela: it will be an amazing day. watching things brighten up. 6:30. we still have another 30 minutes before the sun comes up. he will drop another couple of degrees. pretty cold in asheville. the wind will pick up, and the temperatures will pick up nicely as well.
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spartanburg. we have 40's across the board from elberton, abbeville, to greenwood. mild with 40 and clemson -- in clemson. you can tell, it will be a spectacular sunrise. we will have nothing but sunshine today. temperatures warming nicely. by 11:00, 56, getting well into the 60's for today. doing so with abundant sunshine. high pressure in the gulf of mexico. more and more, wins coming out of the southwest erie we will have some rain to talk about. not today. we will go from the mid-30's to the mid-60's for highs in greenville. enjoy that. gorgeous in anderson.
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you can get lunch outside, or cookout this evening. late february, talking about that. 64 in asheville. we get a bonus february day tomorrow, and then move into march. myra: we now go to greenville county, where crews have spent the night looking for a boy. deputies are looking for john quay. crews have spent all night searching the ground, and also using a helicopter. >> our main focus is to fight him as soon as possible. myra: crews are out of course
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if you see quay, or can help authorities find him you are asked to call the greenville county sheriff's office. we will continue to follow this story and bring you updates on air, online and on the wyff 4 mobile app. turning to commitment 2016 this morning, the votes are in for south carolina, and hillary clinton is the winner of the democratic primary. here's a look at the south carolina democratic primary results. hillary clinton took in 74% of the vote. bernie sanders, 26%. willie wilson, less than 1%. hillary clinton has now won south carolina, nevada, and iowa. bernie sanders took new hampshire. >> we've now gone through four early states and i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race, and, tomorrow this campaign goes national. i congratulate secretary clinton -- bernie sanders: i
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on her very strong victory. tuesday, over 800 delegates are at stake and we intend to win many, many of them. myra: our team coverage of the democratic primary continues this morning with nigel robertson in columbia. >> last night was a night full of energy. seconds after the polls closed, hillary clinton. she ended up winning every single county in the state. in front of more than a thousand people, clinton thi saying to her supporters -- thanked her supporters. hillary clinton: despite what you hear we don't need to make , america great again, american
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hillary clinton: we do need to make america whole again. instead of building walls, we need to be tearing down barriers. >> up next to super tuesday, when states across the country head to the polls. clinton staff says they hope the moment and from left night though some forward even further. myra: no surprise for bernie sanders, he was already expecting to finish behind hillary clinton. he decided not to watch the returns, but instead get a head start on super tuesday. >> a lot has been made of the african-american vote here in south carolina, as the first true test involving a state with a majority of african-americans voting democrat.
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hillary clinton took 80% of the black vote in south carolina. this was the first in the south primary, meaning we are just getting started. super tuesday will also involve states with large percentages of black voters. despite the loss, bernie sanders says he is just getting started. bernie sanders: you know what democracy is about -- and i really do love democracy -- it's one person, one vote, it's you disagree with me, that fine. you got a better idea than me, fight for it. that's a beautiful thing. but what democracy is not about is a handful of billionaires buying elections. [applause] bernie sanders: i say to those republican governors and legislators, trying to make a harder for poor people, poor
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color to vote, if you arecolor to vote, if you are afraid of participating in a free and open election, get out of politics, get another job. myra: again, sanders' statement was confident, saying his political revolution grows state-by-state. on the democratic side, roughly 900 delegates will be awarded, and that is roughly a third of those needed for the democratic nomination, and that's how important super tuesday is this week. myra: republican candidates are not slowing down either following a fiery debate in texas earlier this week. ted cruz and marco rubio went after donald trump yesterday in georgia hoping to set themselves , apart. the front runner donald trump spent yesterday in arkansas and tennessee one day after he got a , big boost and support from new jersey governor chris christie. john kasich was with supporters yesterday in nashville tennessee for a town hall. dr. ben carson spent time in texas before heading to
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straight ahead, our guest says a boost of self-esteem can go a long way. how you can help, coming up. pamela: we have a lot to cover for the week, weather-wise. we march into the month, but we could do it with hey, guys! if weekly grocery shopping at other stores is taking a big bite out of your budget, just look at these savings at your local walmart. greenville the total amount saved at walmart vs bi-lo was $22.53 on this week's groceries - that's 17%. why shop anywhere else? try shopping at walmart. walmart's every day low prices make shopping quick and easy because you'll find low prices on great products every day. start shopping with walmart's every day low prices today.
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myra: she has a teariara, but does not have wings. sorts. pamela: tracy has been on a mission, and has an for a while as part of the fairy godmother good morning. myra: it is amazing what a change of stress can do. dress up. for the girls the week provide dresses for, just to see them, and the family spaces, when they
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prompt day, how good they feel. myra: how long comes the project been going on? >> six years. myra: we visited your home last year, the room -- this is something you came up with because you knew the importance of how one night a feeling special can make for young girls. >> my daughter, we were blessed to send her to the prom, but after, she learned that some of her friends were able to go because they cannot afford a prom dress. with her, and some other women who felt passionate about it, we started the fairy godmother prom dress drive. myra: looking good can boost
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>> that's what we are all about, building confidence in teens, and self-confidence, especially as women, and young women. anything we can do to empower them, make them feel pretty, even if for one night. pamela: we all know, you never wear them again. >> i know there is a lot of similar value, that we have a lot of girls to look forward to give away day, and look forward to the dresses. we don't usually ask girls to regift, but it has been six years, we are taking jesses back. -- taking dresses back. myra: you did not go to prom.
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special guy. we have our prom dresses as well. i don't know why they are not coming up. there we go. >> you look awesome. myra: that is me kissing my invisible date. i didn't have one of those, but i had the dress. pamela: my just lasted longer than my date too. myra: they can go to your website to find the locations to donate. >> the website is prom dress drive 2016. it's also on facebook, and everywhere. we're trying to do everything. pamela: time for been cleaning. >> the need is very definite this year. we need people to give. myra: you will be expecting the dresses through march 20.
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myra: you will be announcing the location later. >> it will be at the phyllis wheatley center. myra: again, gently used shoes, dresses, and accessories. >> you know what time it is, right? pamela: here she is. >> every year -- pamela: they really worked better for you. >> i have been feeling like a princess all my life. myra: i have one it home -- at home. thank you. > i need a wand.
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coming up, we explain why pamela: downtown, you are going to see a lot of blue skies today, a lot of sunshine as well, starting out at only 36 in greenville, right around where we should be for this time of the morning, this time of the year. right at the freezing mark in spartanburg, with calm winds. those winds will pick up out of the south and southwest, and will help to warm us up. the west and southwest. pick up. a nice breeze to come in.
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moisture. in air mass -- an air mass across the country is significantly warmer. the air sinks. you need lift in the atmosphere to get any action. that, we will not have. 22 degrees warmer in st. louis. overall, this is the push coming our way. even though we're going to talk about an increase in clouds, especially by tuesday, i temperatures will still be very comfortable. we look out west, see showers racing across the northern plains. we are looking at south dakota with rain in february. temperatures are really on the
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46 in chicago. overall, the mild there will continue to fill in here. here is your gorgeous sunday. things are nice and clear. we have a week, weekak system. no more than an isolated shower, or sprinkle, in the mountains. just know that will be earlier tomorrow. with a couple of systems adding together, we could start the first day of march like a lion, roaring, with perhaps severe storms once again. as for us, that is wendy rain chances pickup.
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a little above average in some spots. temperatures will stay mainly in the 40's. a good start to the work week. a few more showers around. clouds. look at the temperature still in the mid-60's and low 60's in the mountains. cooler on wednesday. we will watch out to see if a few snowflakes could mix and in on thursday and friday. myra: thank you. turning to money matters now. admission to mickey mouse's house may cost you a little extra. disney's properties in both orlando and anaheim are rolling out their seasonal prices for single-day tickets. the changes will let visitors look at a calendar eight to 11 months in advance to see which days are value, regular or peak. officials say value days for magic kingdom at walt disney
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regular days will increase by five dollars. peak days will cost you $124. officials say annual pass prices won't change but multi-day ticket prices will increase.
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hi >> now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast.>> now, wyff news 4 sports. ricardo: kyle busch shook off
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event at the motor speedway. day two of the nfl combines. quarterbacks, tight ends, all with a chance to show off in front of coaches, gm's. south carolina gamecock showing off his f speed. as for the wide receiver, the fifth best time. the georgia wide and also matching the same time. let's head over to the hardware. -- hardwood. south carolina visiting starkville to take on state on saturday. south carolina closing out the last three of their games. two of them on the road. they always struggle early on. notice, he strips, and heads the other way. closing out the regular season in western carolina. seven siblings with a high. wofford visiting east tennessee
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spencer collins goes coast-to-coast just before the buzzer sounds. the upper state championship continuing in downtown greenville. start with the boys final between burns and spring valley. second quarter, burns extends to a four-point lead. under 30 to go. rebels with the 38-28 at the break.
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69-66, over spring valley. the upper state file abbeville , and keenan. abbeville starting to take a -- control. thanks to number 11 there. panthers go up five. the battle leads abbeville to the state championship game. the girls upper state finals taking on christchurch. third quarter, the defending champ, lauren cook. bennett led the way. 30 points. the cavaliers win. they play saturday for the state title. let's head over to the diamond. clemson against james madison on saturday. just three hits, struck out four.
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clemson already up five-nothing. clemson wins 10-1. the tigers go for this week -- this we sweep today. south carolina, penn state back at it. bottom of the three, gamecocks entered with a three-two lead. usc pushes the lead 6-2. seven rbis. a seventh spot in the game for the gamecocks. the gamecocks will go for the sweep against the lines today. -- the lions today. other scores from the diamond. wofford, usc upstate, presbytery all pickup wins on saturday. the swamp rabbits fall on the
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that will do it for sports. my computer's dying again. you'll need to email us so we can issue you a ticket. but you're right here. it's protocol. or, you can try staples tech services next day guarantee. it's fast and done right. i'll do that instead. that's not protocol marsha. in by noon, out by 5 the next day.
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>> live, local, breaking news. this is wyff news 4 today in high definition. hillary clinton: there is no doubt in my mind that americas best years can be ahead of us we have got to believe that in that, we have to work for that, we have to stand for each other, hold each other up. bbernie sanders: in politics, on a given night sometimes you win sometimes you , lose, tonight we lost. myra: the votes are in this morning. hillary clinton picks up a win in south carolina, as the candidates turn their attention to super tuesday. also this morning crews are , searching for a missing boy scout, after he got separated from his group in the jones gap state park. good morning.
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pamela: yes, and i have been keeping an eye on the weather. temperatures have dropped to the upper 20's. let's first catch you up with what you can expect outside today. to plan some time outside today. here is our morning skycam. 36 in lawrence. 38 in greenwood. still holding up 40 and clemson -- holding at 40 and clemson. now getting new info. i think the numbers will start

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