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possibility of flash flooding throughout the midlands. on thursday the rain chance falls to 50% during the day and then down to 30% that night. high: 70 new year's day will be mostly cloudy with only a slight chance of showers and a touch cooler temperatures. high:60. the first weekend in january will be dry and partly cloudy. the heavy rains are leaving their mark in parts of newberry county. a few homes along creeks and
evacuated our mike desumma has been in parts of the county all day today. he joins us now from mower street wit more. samantha, charles this stretch of the street is one of several roads that had to be closed off because of the rain. the reason is scotts creek runs right under it. there are homes that sit along the creek on wheeler road --- and those are the ones where we were told some residents had to leave today because of the rain. flooding also was seen on
city --- about 10 from what dot crews told us. one was amelia street where an overflowing city --- about 10 from what dot crews told us. one was amelia street where an overflowing creek bed caused a cascade of water to pour over the road like a waterfall. meanwhile in the town of silverstreet outside of newberry --- people in the saluda river resort were watching the banks close to their homes. the saluda river runs right by a trailer park there. during october's flood several mobile homes wound up submerged and residents tell us since then they've just been trying to rebuild. larry bennett --- silverstreet
em and get me back running.and hopefully it don't flood no more. i ain't never seen it this high before." county responders told me a short time ago that even thought the rain has been heavy throughout the day --- there has been enough runoff to keep any further flooding at bay. they're hoping of course the rain will die down over the course of the evening as this system moves through. live in newberry, mike desumma, wis news 10 and we're getting more pictures sent in to us by viewers... you can continue to receive
not see a lot of new stores and benjamin says the first fans to take in a baseball game at bull street's spirit communications park may not see a lot of new stores and kuenzie today. charles, as we've mentioned a number of times over the past few weeks, the development underway at the former state hospital property is now being referred to as "the commons at bull street." that name replaces "bullstreet common" which had been the title for a project known earlier in the year as "columbia common." so commons at bull street is what the mayor and retail developers are calling it. as for which retailers will locate there, the mayor was again tight-lipped today---saying only that the list has grown beyond the 41 said to be interested more than a year ago. mayor benjamin says much of the retail and residential development or parking garages around the ballpark won't be ready by the time the columbia fireflies take the field in april. i asked him again when we can
specifics on the stores and restaurants coming to the commons at bull street. it's so important that we understand that the city has no role in rolling out retail announcements. that's not our responsibility and i think us trying to take that responsibility could do damage to the project. it's purely up to those retailers and/or the developer to make those announcements at the appropriate time. the mayor says he has seen some preliminary information on the stores and restaurants and says he believes people will be "incredibly excited" when the names emerge. but there are indications now that we might have to wait months more to find out what he and the retail recruiting experts are talking about. jack kuenzie wis news ten. less than a day away from the orange bowl, the clemson tigers are having to make some adjustments three team members have been suspended for allegedly failing a drug test.
the road with the team and join us from sun life stadium. 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 as one of clemson's best deep 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.
"it doesn't affect our team, ya'll may think it does, but it doesn't affect our team. we had a great practice yesterday. you know, this is just what i do. it's part of 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 lakip are over. he says cain has a chance to return to the team if he grows up. on the road with the tigers at the orange
away from it when he was hit. the coroner says 34- year-old william boulware was driving when his suv went off the road and got stuck on the tracks tracks near two notch road and rabon road. he was standing outside his vehicle and started to run away...when the amtrak hit him. he died on the scene. no passengers aboard the train were hurt. the richland county sheriff's department is investigating the crash. tonight, former florida governor jeb bush is back in the midlands as he makes his campaign push to voters. at 6:30, bush will be at a meet-and-greet at hudson's smokehouse bbq on sunset boulevard in lexington. this comes today as reports are indicating bush is making a big push to drum up support in early primary states. politico is reporting that bush has moving nearly his entire staff at his campaign headquarters in miami--to focus on states like new hampshire. last week's cnn-orc poll has bush at just 3 percent
and tonight the gamecocks men's basketball team will try to maintain their perfect record going into the new year. at 7, they host francis marion at colonial life arena. usc is 11 and oh, and is ranked in the top 25 in the ap poll and the coaches poll. we'll have highlights coming up tonight at 11. clemson makes some tweaks for tomorrow's roster--as the orange bowl and hopes for a national title game appearance draws near. we'll head back out to miami coming up after the break. coming up on nightly news, bill cosby walking into a court house in pennsylvania arraigned on criminal charges, now facing a trial set to begin in january. we also have flooding, continuing historic flooding in missouri, we'll bring you up to
speed on that. and we're talking about new year's eve, the preparations underway but also intense security as in europe today they decided
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conferences today before they meet in the orange bowl tomorrow night. the main topic of conversation they meet in the orange bowl tomorrow night. the main topic of conversation for dabo...the suspension of three players. swinney looked relaxed and at ease this morning as he posed for pictures with the orange bowl trophy. he probably wasn't smiling too much yesterday when he sent three players home for violating team rules. wide receiver deon cain, tight end jay jay mccullough and kicker ammon lakip are all suspended from post season play. swinney says cain has a chance to return to the team next season. the clemson careers of mccullough and lakip are over. "i really hate it for them, they will have to deal with
out on a great opportunity. it's really not much anything else to add to that, but other than the fact that i'm really proud of our team. i'm really proud of how these guys handled themselves. . again, it's unfortunate that three guys get the headlines, but you know, they headlines aren't about all the other things the other 112 guys are doing, but that's the way society is too so it just comes with the territory." the tigers were also missing a key player when they faced oklahoma in the russell athletic bowl. quarterback deshaunn watson was out after the tigers were also missing a key player when they faced oklahoma in the russell athletic bowl. quarterback deshaunn watson was out after having knee surgery, clemson won that matchup 40 to six. on the road with the tigers at the orange bowl..rick henry...wis news 10