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this minute."the news at four. people across the midlands have dealt with on and off rain all day with heavy showers in many places causing flash flooding in several counties. we have team coverage tracking the impact of this system that has dumped rain across the country in the midlands, mike desumma is in newberry the scene of flash flooding throughout the day. sam bleiwies is in the alert center following the latest from missouri where over to meteorologist ben tanner in the first alert weather center your wednesday will feature another round of showers and occasional thunderstorms as an area of low pressure moves out of the gulf of mexico and across the southeast along a stalled front that is draped over south carolina. today's rain chance goes up to 90% with 1" rain totals possible across the midlands. the daytime high will reach the upper 70s. on thursday the rain chance falls to 50% during the day and then down to 30%
our mike desumma is in the city of newberry at this hour and joins us live with more. charles, at this hour officials here are hoping they've got through the worst of this rain. however in many spots around the city it's already left its mark. i'm right here by scott's creek where the waters gotten pretty high... other streets in town have seen the same thing. amelia st was cut off by the high water after a creek bed that runs under it topped its banks.
in many spots where water flows through newberry you could clearly see that it's creeping up higher. in real ...in response dot crews have been working together with city public works crews. at last report we heard about 10 roads here in the county were impacted. at this point officials say they're hoping there will be enough time for the water to runoff -- before the next batch of heavy rain moves in. otherwise they say problems like this will continue throughout the evening. live in newberry, mike desumma, wis news 10. we're following the latest out of missouri this afternoon: the small town of eureka is
roads are completely washed out-- and officials say they can't do anything to stop it. -images: house floating down the meramec river in eureka. -evacuations continuing residents near the meramec river. -also in eureka: dramatic water rescue--man had been on his roof all night long with his dog, house starting to pull from its foundation. the river is exected to top the levee today. the missouri department of transportation says up to 8 additional inches of rain have spilled onto i-44 there in both directions. this system is also affecting people across the southeast including in south georgia. raycom news network's wright
look along the flint river. water on the flint river is still flowing swiftly here through downtown albany... it's about 5 feet above minor flooding stage right now at 31 feet. light poles are covered up and the water is even creeping up some downtown bridges. officials don't anticipate closing any bridges at this time but say they can't rule that out right now. there have still not been any evacuations... the water is expected to crest saturday at about 32 and a half feet... but officials don't expect the water to recede quickly after that. "when you're looking out at the waters today, you're going to see this level for days to come. i can't tell you exactly how long, but we know at least through january 4th on this prediction that we will be at around a 31 foot level." up north... flood gates remain open at the lake blackshear dam as they funnel water through. there is still a lot of water that will be coming through here headed towards the gulf. on the flint river in albany georgia, wright gazaway for the raycom news network. anytime there's disruptive weather in our area you can track it anytime by
just search wis weather in your app store and it's free. you can also look for updates on wis-tv-dot- com and click on the weather tab to get the latest from our first alert weather team even when we're not on air. today the clemson tigers are trying to keep the focus on the game after three players were sent home from the orange bowl for violating team rules. head coach dabo swinney talked about the suspensions this morning. sports director rick henry is in miami with more. the tigers will play one of the most important games in program history tomorrow without three key players. head coach dabo swinney confirmed today that wide receiver deon cain, tight end jay jay mccullough and kicker ammon lakip are suspended from the orange bowl for violating team rules. the biggest loss is cain. the freshman has evolved
threat receivers. cain was the backup to charone peake. swinney says peake will probably play more snaps tomorrow against oklahoma. swinney says the suspensions are not a distraction for the team. "it doesn't affect our team, ya'll may think it does, but it doesn't affect our team. we had a great practice my job. when you have 115 guys, young people, you're going to have some discipline from time to time, that's just part of it. at the end of the day, there are consequences for your actions, and we always re-enforce that and instill that in our program and always will. it doesn't matter who they are or how big the game is...if you don't do what's right, you ain't playing." dabo says the clemson careers of mccullough and
he says cain has a chance to return to the team if he grows up. on the road with the tigers at the orange bowl...rick henry...wis news ten sports. a serious sex scandal that has hovered over a legendary funny man for years is now formally a criminal case. today comedian and actor bill cosby was charged with aggregated indecent assault. steve nannes reports. :00-:09 1:15-1:23 "we are here to announce today charges that have just been filed against william henry cosby." after years of allegations and accusations from dozens of women... bill cosby has officially been charged with three counts of aggravated indecent assault, a second degree felony. cosby appeared in a pennsylvania courtroom on wednesday. he did not enter a plea. his bail was set at one million dollars, and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for january 14th.
kevin steele says cosby established a relationship with andrea constand, a staffer for the temple university women's basketball team. constand says she came to see cosby as a mentor and a friend... until the night in question. : "mr. cosby urged her to take pills that he provided to her and to drink wine. the effect of which rendered her unable to move, respond to his advances, and he committed aggravated indecent assault upon her." today's charge stems from information obtained in depositions from a 2005 civil suit filed by constand. that suit was settled confidentially....but the deposition was unsealed in july. "that gave prosecutors enough evidence to go forward. they read cosby's deposition, they read where cosby said he penetrated her." in that deposition, cosby admitted acquiring prescription quaaludes to give women he wanted to have sex with. cosby said any sex and drug taking were
i'm steve nannes reporting. more than 40 women have accused cosby of sexual assault over a span of four decades. deputies in richland county say an overnight stabbing started with an argument over chicken. around nine last night, they found a man lying on the grand stabbed outside a house on ranch road. investigators say the man and his wife had gottenn into a fight when the wife wanted to go to church's chicken. they say the husband then knocked his wife out with a punch and when she woke up she stabbed him. both were taken to the hospital. richland county deputies now say a man killed in the crash between a train and an suv was trying to get away from the train. it happened about 4:30 this morning near two notch road. the train tracks run parallel to two notch between windsor lake drive and rabon road. investigators say william boulware drove his suv off the road onto the tracks and got stuck there, then tired to get away on foot when a train came. they found boulware dead at the
fire officials say a home in lexington county is a loss after it went up in flames late last night. irmo, columbia, and lexington county fire all responded to the scene on quail valley east. we're told the family made it out of the home okay with no injuries. the investigation into what caused the fire is ongoing.
promises to be a major battleground in the race for the white house- especially because of how the race is shaping up in iowa and new hampshire. will whitson breaks it down. each state has a certain number of delegates- and in order for a presidential candidate to clinch the nomination and make it to the big stage- they need
south carolina has 50 delegates in the republican race- which compared to the 2470 total republican delegates in the country, isn't much. but that small number has some big consequences- south carolina is a winner take all primary- meaning whoever gets the most votes gets all the delegates. iowa and new hampshire, the only two votes ahead of south carolina- are proportional and each have smaller numbers of delegates- so a candidate can lose in both early states, but still gain a lot of ground if they win south carolina- it happened here in 2012. "newt gingrich did it last time, made some dramatic moves plus and won the south carolina primary." that 50 delegate win for newt actually breathed some life into his campaign and kept him going for longer than expected. this year, south carolina could prove crucial for donald trump's first leg of campaigning- he's leading in polls
neck and neck with ted cruz in iowa, and his lead in new hampshire is shrinking. right now- he's got a double digit lead ahead of his opponents here in the palmetto state. ww, back to you. republican presidential candidate donald trump was in south carolina today ahead of the new year. trump was in hilton head this afternoon holding a meet and greet at the westin hilton head island resort and spa. and republican candidate former florida governor jeb bush will be in lexington tonight bush will put in an appearance at at hudson's smokehouse barbecue on sunset boulevard tonight. the event is scheduled to start at 6:30. and another republican presidential candidate will be right behind him-- also making a pit stop at hudson's smoke house in lexington this weekend... marco rubio be holding a meet and greet saturday january 2nd at 4:00. he'll also be holding events in hilton head and easley. two local nonprofits have been hard at work this week rebuilding almost a dozen
october's flood. betty shelton's house is one of the houses being remediated during the three-day "rebuild together" event. it's a partnership beween the st bernard project and homeworks, funded by large donations from united way of the midlands and mungo homes. mold is one of the biggest issues volunteers say they're tackling in these homes. "when we first got here there was mold on every piece of furniture, on her tv, on all of her books, it's crawling up the floors, on the walls and on the ceiling. we recognize that it's a very sincere health risk, so she was able to get her kids out of the house, but we wanted to get her back in their homes in just a couple of months. time now for an update on your weather. for that we turn to meteorologist ben tanner. your wednesday will feature another round of showers and occasional thunderstorms as an area
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days after the paris attacks, senators came together for a top-secret briefing on the terrorist threat... marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks later, terrorists struck again in san bernardino... and where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans. over the last 3 years, rubio has missed important national security hearings and missed more total votes than any other senator. politics first: that's the rubio way. right to rise usa