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but first, a check of your first alert forecast. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s.
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clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. the richland county sheriff's department is investigating a murder at long green parkway and churchland drive. deputies say someone driving by the scene noticed a motorcyle crashed in the woodline. when authoriites arrived, they found the victim had a bullet wound to his upper body. the investigation is ongoing. anyone with information that can help is asked to call
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crime-sc. deputies are investigating an armed robbery that happened last night on south hillock court in columbia. deputies say a suspect walked up to a male victim, pointed a gun at his head and demanded the victim's iphone. the suspect fled the scene, hitting a parked nissan altima in the process. the suspect's mother later returned to the scene with the victim's iphone. criminal charges are pending. a group of militia members have occupied a federal building at the malheur national wildlife refuge in oregon. the small group says they're protesting for ranchers' rights. they insist the protest is peaceful, and they are quote "not a threat to anybody." the occupation came after a peaceful march and a rally in nearby burns, oregon earlier saturday. militia members were showing support for dwight hammond and steven hammond -two ranchers who are set to report to a california prison.
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sentences the two had already served for arson were not long enough under federal law. one person is dead after a two-vehicle crash in kershaw county last night. highway patrol says the driver of a chevrolet was traveling north on smyrna road, crossed over the center line, striking a toyota pickup that was in the southbound lane. the chevrolet driver was not wearing a seatbelt and was killed. the driver and passenger in the toyota pickup were taken to palmetto health richland with non-life threatening injuries. the accident remains under investigation. residents in west columbia are still without water this morning after a disconnection yesterday. water was turned off yesterday due to a relocation project for more than two dozen blocks in and around the leaphart road area. the city originally said the water would be back on by 8 last night. crews were working until 3 this morning to repair the water and hope to have it back on soon. once the water is restored, residents are
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minute before using. south carolina department of transportation was able to open seven closed roads yesterday. currently, the state has 39 closed roads in 19 counties because of flooding. this includes only one primary route closure - which is south carolina highway 193 in saluda county. crews will continue to make repairs to damaged roads as weather conditions allow. in addition, scdot is also monitoring water levels and bridge conditions from the water release at the lake murray dam. you can expect traffic congestion and delays if you're traveling on trenholm road. all three northbound lanes of trenholm road between coker street and forest drive are closed for a water main repair. drivers should use a detour at coker street. use caution if you're headed that way. time is ticking for victims of the october floods to apply for fema assistance -- and
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administration says there is plenty of money to go around. charles molineaux spoke with fema representatives on how important it is to get your name in the pile. charles: a lot of this involves documentation, how important is it to have all this documentation, or can you just get your name in and provide the papers later. carl: absolutely! you can register first. you can do it over the phone 1-800- 621-fema. online disasterassistance.gov. the key is to get in by january 4th - the deadline. the paperwork can follow later. over the phone we'll ask specific questions. the owner of the house -- insurance papers and that. but the documentation can come later. the key is to register. charles: have people been responding - been getting their names in? carl: they have! we've had over 98,000 registered in this area. some 78-million dollars has gone out to the area back to the homeowners to get their home and property back
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originally you had until midnight to finish the application process online at disaster assistance dot gov. however, because today is sunday, fema will accept registrations through monday - which is also the same deadline for the small business administration loan applications. you can call fema's hotline at 1-800-621- fema. speaking of deadlines .... the i-r-s will start processing 2016 tax returns on january 19th. the deadline to submit 2015 tax returns and request extensions is april 18th. that's due to emancipation day falling on the traditional april 15th deadline. the agency says it anticipates issuing more than nine out of 10 refunds in fewer than 21 days. officials are continuing to investigate a shooting that happened friday night in columbia. a 41-year-old female and a 20-year-old male were found shot on the 1100 block of
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local hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. at this time, the motive for the shooting is not clear. if you have any information contact crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. republican presidential candidate marco rubio started off his new year in south carolina on saturday. rubio's camp planned a real sweep of south carolina - also making stops in the lowcountry. rubio used his time in the state to attack democrats on issues ranging from healthcare to foreign policy and defense spending. he had sharp words for president obama. "our constitution is being systematically violated and ignored, treated as an outdated document by this president. he violates the second amendment with executive orders, an wages constant war against it.religious liberties are being eroded under this white house." several republican candidates are expected to appear in south carolina this month campaigning before the state
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saturdays in february. republican presidential candidate donald trump was in biloxi, mississippi, yesterday where a large crowd turned out. lines of people were waiting outside of the venue to get in to see the candidate on the campaign trail. in his speech to supporters, trump blamed president obama and democratic presidential candidate front-runner hillary clinton for the rise of isis. he also did not seemed fazed that the terrorist group is featuring him in a recruiting video. here are the top stories from around the world... israeli police are on alert as they search for a gunman who killed two people and wounded several others friday in tel aviv. the home of the suspect, an israeli arab, was raided yesterday. family members said nashat milhem was a troubled man with a record. and his father offered condolences. funerals for the victims are set for today.
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was killed yesterday, one day after she took office. an investigation is underway in temixco into the killing of mayor gisela mota in her home, reportedly by nine armed gunmen. authorities said police arrested two alleged attackers and killed two others. mota had served in mexico's congress and promised to end corruption. protesters in iran broke into the saudi embassy in tehran early this morning to protest the execution of a prominent shiite cleric by saudi arabia. the protesters set fires and threw papers from the roof of the embassy. the shiite cleric was one of 47 prisoners convicted of terrorism charges executed by saudi arabia yesterday. hong kong activists today protested over the disappearance of five staff members at a publishing firm that specializes in books critical of the chinese government. dozens of protesters marched through the
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missing publishers - all employees of the publishing company "mighty current." the most recent publisher disappeared wednesday. four others went missing about two months ago. there's been no official confirmation on the status of the five missing people, but a hong kong lawmaker said it appears their disappearances are linked to the company's books. an expressway in northern china was shut down after a truck carrying nearly 100 pigs overturned. all of the animals survived, but police had to round them up and load them into another truck. police say wet road conditions and low visibility may have played a role in the accident. the truck driver was rushed to the hospital. here's something you don't see everyday -- a lion was spotted floating in the arabian sea off india's western coast yesterday. local fishermen spotted the lion sitting on the edge of a rock before it dove into the sea. forest officials were called in to rescue the
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a rescue team safely lifted the lion from the water, tranquilized it and sent it to an animal care center. locals say the lion must have strayed into the port area from a nearby national park. an investigation is underway to determine how exactly the lion got there. the gamecock's coach with the most wins stepped down after 10 seasons. coming up - many of you in gameock nation remember the day steve spurrier announced his resignation. we'll take a look back on that story in our year in review next. and ... we'll have a look at your first alert forecast with meteorologist von gaskin. stay with us. break 1 clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle
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tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s.
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clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. as we enter 20-16, let's take a
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our top stories for 20-15. gamecock football's all- time
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stepped down in october after ten and a half seasons on the carolina sideline. steve spurrier told wis he knew his time was up as the coach. sports director rick henry has a look back at this year's number four story. :01 :21 :40 on october 13th, the head ball coach, steve spurrier officially announced his resignation as coach of the gamecocks. spurrier had led usc since november of 2004. his last game was a 45 to 24 loss to lsu. the day after that disappointing showing, spurrier knew it was time for him to step aside. "back in 2004, i think i was probably the best coach for this job 11 years ago, but i'm not today, i'm not today. and that's the cycle of coaching. sometimes you run your course,
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run, and its ready to pass it to the next guy. and that's where i am right here today." even though spurrier's last season with the gamecocks was a losing one, he leaves as carolina's winningest coach in program history with an 86 and 49 record. he led the team to its first and only sec eastern division title and five bowl victories. before he arrived, usc had won only three bowl games. "steve, what would you say is your biggest accomplishment here at usc?" "that's a good question rick. i need more of those. yeah, i can rattle off a lot of firsts that we achieved here. the president talked about a few of them. i really think the one that i personally really like was the 18 straight home wins. 18 straight at home was a school record that was pretty special. and our fans had so much to do with that. so i would say that's my favorite." in columbia, rick henry, wis
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spurrier made carolina a relevant program nationally. will muschamp was named as the new head coach for the gameocks football team in december. we'll have a look back at other top stories for 20-15 later in the show. drones for police. coming up .. what one south carolina bill could allow police with drones to do that's similar to the miliary. stay with us. break 2 a bill going through state
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use of weaponized drones while specifically exempting law enforcement from this rule. that leaves the door open for police to arm unmanned aerial vehicles with both lethal and non- lethal weapons. raycom's russel abad reports. south carolina currently has no
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enforcement can use drones. sponsor of the bill representative wendell gilliard says his goal is to have police use drones the same way the military has. sot: wendell gilliard/sc house of representatives "we have private citizens who have equipped drones with weapons. we don't want it to get out of hand. and this is why we have to regulate the use of drones and put this type of technology to right use in the hands of our law enforcement here in the state of south carolina." vo: in the grand strand, the myrtle beach police department is currently completing the gilliard says he wants to move in the direction of other states like north dakota, the first state to use drones as a crime fighting tool. as far as drones owned by everyday citizens, gilliard hopes requiring registration will reduce drone accidents from making headlines. sot: mitchell endicott/ed's hobby shop "everything needs to be regulated to some extent because people end up things they shouldn't be doing, flying at altitude they shouldn't be flying at or locations that are over
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vo: mitchell endicott owner of ed's hobby shop in myrtle beach, says drones were a big hit this holiday season. but before any of those new drones can take flight, they'll have to be registered first. the federal aviation administration is now requiring online registration to prevent risks to people on the ground and to commercial aircrafts. registration is good for three years, and the 5 dollar fee allows you to register multiple drones. sot: mitchell endicott/ed's hobby shop "the tech's come a long way. they're very user- friendly and affordable." vo: with drones more accessible than ever, politicians like representative gilliard are hoping laws in this new year will make the technology as safe as it is popular. if you're an owner of a new drone, and you register your drone in the next month, you'll get your 5 dollars back. stay with us - we'll be back with more of your news coming up. break 3 chef jeff: hi, i'm chef jeff and
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butter blend; we're going to add our onion in here and add in some fresh garlic. now the tasso ham here.great flavor here! now what i'm going to do is take the collard greens i chopped up. we're going to cook down the greens. here's a little pepper, crystal hot sauce, baby. got a little bit of worcestershire sauce and low sodium chicken stock. we're talking about a quick flip! this is so easy. now we're going to put black-eyed peas in here. fresh tomatoes and there we have it! black-eyed pea soup- that's today's quick flip! i'm chef jeff, see you next time. fifty-three years of history came to a close in july when the confederate battle flag was removed from the state house grounds.
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controversy for many years in south carolina - some saw it as a sign of slavery and to three story. :01 :27 :35 :50 1:28 an historic call in south carolina. haley: "it's time to remove the flag from the state house grounds." gov. nikki haley signed a bill to remove the battle flag from the state house grounds after the fatal shootings at mother emanuel ame church in charleston that took nine lives, including that of senator clementa pinckney - a man who tried many times to have the flag taken down. mclawhorn: "that flag has been a symbol that has terrorized people over the years." but to others - it represents heritage. jamie graham: "we've never seen the flag as a flag of hatred whatsoever... only a flag of heritage." it was up to an honor guard from the state highway patrol to remove the battle flag. the seven officers--black and
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marching from the right side of the state house as you see it from gervais street to the iron fence surrounding the flag pole. and then, one patrol officer using a crank inserted in the pole to bring down the flag in less than 30 seconds as many in the crowd of onlookers cheered. those officers then rolled up the battle flag and marched it to the state house steps to turn it over for transport to the confederate relic room contained within the state museum building. soon after, the flag's pole and the fencing around it were also removed. "we can move forward as a state in harmony. and we can honor the nine blessed souls who are now in heaven." in columbia, judi gatson, wis news 10. today, the land looks like it did back in 2000 before the flag was placed behind the confederate memorial. it could cost a million dollars to create a proper
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relic room. that will be included in the relic room's budget request to be presented to the legislature this month. it's time for a look at today's birthday! send your birthday club pictures to: birthdayboard@wistv.com and specify the date in subject line. you can also mail photos to: birthday board po box 367 columbia, sc 29202 please give two weeks advanced notice. photos cannot be returned. break 4 hi, i'm andy stanley. what if there was a new year's resolution that made you a better person and the world a better place? i think there is, and that's exactly what we're talking about this weekend on "your move." days after the paris attacks, senators came together for a top-secret briefing on the terrorist threat... marco rubio was missing -
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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
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looking live over downtown columbia right now . let's get a check of your first alert forecast.
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tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle
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sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. two men are behind bars this morning and two others are in the hospital following a murder attempt on broad river road. richland county deputies say andrew gathers, marlon gathers and jarvis hurst stabbed a man several times in the upper body before fleeing the scene. they were later found on
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two were transported to jail while one was taken to the hospital for injuries. he'll be headed for jail once treated. ems also took the victim to the hospital, but his condition is unknown. one person is dead after a two-vehicle crash in kershaw county last night. the driver of a chevrolet was traveling north on smyrna road, crossed over the line, striking a toyota pickup traveling in the southbound lane. the chevrolet driver was not wearing a seatbelt and was killed. the driver and passenger in the toyota pickup were taken to palmetto health richland with non-life threatening injuries. the accident remains under investigation. residents in west columbia are still without water this morning after a disconnection yesterday. water was turned off yesterday due to a relocation project for more than two dozen blocks in and around the leaphart road area. the city originally said the water would be back on by 8 last night. crews were working until 3 this
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back on soon. once the water is restored, residents are asked to boil their water for a minute before using. the south carolina department of transportation was able to open seven closed roads yesterday. currently, the state has 39 closed roads across 19 counties because of flooding. this includes only one primary route closure - which is south carolina highway 193 in saluda county. crews will continue to make repairs to damaged roads as weather conditions allow. in addition, scdot is also monitoring water levels and bridge conditions from the water release at the lake murray dam. you can expect traffic congestion and delays if you're traveling trenholm road today. all three northbound lanes of trenholm road between coker street and forest drive are closed for a water main repair. drivers should use a detour at coker street. use caution if you're headed
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officials are continuing to investigate a shooting that happened friday night in columbia. a 41-year-old female and a 20-year-old male were found shot on the 1100 block of king street. police say they were taken to a local hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. at this time, the motive for the ssoting is not clear. if you have any information contact crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. republican presidential candidate marco rubio started off his new year in south carolina on saturday. rubio's camp planned a real sweep of south carolina - also making stops in the lowcountry. rubio really used his time in the state to attack democrats on issues ranging from healthcare to foreign policy and defense spending. rubio and several republican candidates are expected to appear in south carolina this month campaigning before the state primaries set for the last two saturdays in february. 20-15 was full have news for south carolina - but on
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south carolina was broken at the news of a shooting at mother charleston. nine lives were taken that night as they all were gathered for a bible study in the basement othe church. only three people survived. dylann roof has been charged with the crime. here's meaghan norman with this year's number two story. :01-:12 :50 1:26 2:01 2:40 3:12 4:20 south carolina sc: church shooting:gov haley- heart,soul broken "we woke up today and the heart stunned by the violence after 9 people were gunned down during a bible study at emanuel ame church in charleston. dylann roof -- the accused shooter was arrested in shelby, north carolina, the morning after the shooting. when in custody, we learned roof had researched the historic ame church -- the place he says he picked to start a
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people. but the c cpassion and forgiveness from the victims' families would not let the hate win. "i will never talk to her again. i will never be able to hold her again, but i forgive you. have mercy on your soul. you hurt me, you hurt a lot of people. but god forgive you and i forgive you." >it was one week after the shooting, that a horse-drawn caisson carrying the body of pastor and senator clementa pinckney took a long, quiet and solemn trip through downtown columbia before arriving for his final time at the state house. thousands of people turned out to see pinckney lying in state. at his home-going service in charleston, pinckney was applauded for his tireless devotion between the church house of mother
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state house in columbia. delivering the eulogy was president barack obama who described the slain state senator, as man who was designed for destiny at an early age. "he was in the pulpit b b 13, pastored by 18, public service by 23." clementa pickney was 41-years-old. "sharonda had a spirit that would reach the world. she was just that special and everybody who knew her knew it." 45-year-old sharonda coleman-singleton was a minister and high school track coach. she was a mother of three and an alumna of south carolina state university. ethel lance served the church as a custodian, and was a longtime member of mother emanuel. "she was always there. she was always there. she was a soldier." the 70-year-old was a mother and grandmother, and was retired after dedicating 34 years to the performing arts.
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happy person. his aunt, she would do anything for anybody at anytime." the youngest victim, 26- year-old tywanza sanders was a recent graduate from allen university. witnesses say he died that night trying to protect his aunt susie jackson. jackson was 87-years-old and a longtime member of mother emanuel. cynthia hurd was a well known librarian who, after working for 31-years in charleston county, was looking forward to retirement. her legacy is one that is special to congressman jim clyburn. "this was her church. i''m an ame. my wife was librarian, and she was my daughter''s best friend." hurd was the sister of former north carolina state senator malcolm graham. "sometimes you don''t know when you're entertaining angels but we were." "she had a
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spirit." "a beautiful spirit." a mother...a minister...and a woman of god. reverend depayne- middleton doctor was a minister at emanuel ame. the 49-year-old was a former admissions coordinator at southern wesleyan university''s charleston learning center... and... the mother of four daughters. "she was a sweet, loving woman." myra thompson, was a teacher in the charleston county school district. the 59-year-old had a husband and two children. she received her license to preach the same day of the massacre and was leading the bible study that night. simmons was dedicated to the lord, but he was really dedicated to his family." the final member of the emanuel nine to be laid to rest was reverend daniel simmons, sr. simmons retired from the ministry in 2013, butcontinued to serve on staff at mother emanuel. he is buried at fort jackson national
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in columbia, meaghan norman, wis news 10. dylann roof's case was continued until to this month. joey meek - a friend of dylann roof's - faces a federal charge for not telling the truth about what he knew regarding roof's plans for the june shooting. meek's trial will be held in the lowcountry sometime in march. coming up ... we'll continue our look at 20-15 with a story that devastated the state with millions in damage and a recovery that is still in its process. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. break 5 clearing skies and chilly
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another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies ananchilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of coldldrrives by
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upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. here are the top stories from
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israeli police are on alert as they search for a gunman who killed two people and wounded several others friday in tel aviv. the home of the suspect, an israeli arab, was raided yesterday. family members said nashat milhem was a troubled man with a record. and his father offered condolences. funerals for the victims are set for today. a new mayor in central mexico was killed yesterday, one day after she took office. an investigation is underway in temixco into the killing of mayor gisela mota
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reportedly by nine armed gunmen. authorities said police arrested two alleged attackers and killed two others. mota had served in mexico's congress and promised to end corruption. hong kong activists today protested over the disappearance of five staff members at a publishing firm that specializes in books critical of the chinese government. dozens of protesters marched througugthe streets with photos of the missing publishers - all employees of the publishing company "mighty current." the most recent publisher disappeared wednesday. four others went missing about two months ago. there's been no official confirmation on the status of the five missing people, but a hong kong lawmamar said it appears their disappearances are linked to the company's books. in a bizarre spectacle yesterday, a lion was spotted floating in the arabian sea off india's western coast. local fishermen spotted the lion sitting on the edge of a rock and then diving into the sea.
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to rescue the animal. a rescue team safely lifted the lion from the water, tranquilized it and sent it to an animal care center. locals say the lion must have strayed into the port area from a nearby national park. an investigation is underway to determine how exactly the lion got there. we'll be back after this. break 6 antonio sabato, jr.: hi, i'm antonio sabatat jr. with your fix it and finish it tip of the day. how do you behave for uncle pete. bye, see you guys later. [boys screaming]
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your homework. consult a professional if the job seems to be complicated or out of your comfort zone. i'm antonio sabato, jr. from fix it and finish it. the thousand-year flood devastated south carolina - taking 19 lives and costing the state millions in damage. several people are still trying to rebuild their homes, even while more rain still falls on the state. here's a look back at the number one story for 2015. :01 "hundreds of rescues." "first responders are doing everything they can to try to help people and keep people safe." countless lives saved. "obviously first responders you guys are super heroes to us." "thank you for the heroic job you and other law enforcement have been doing for the last 24 to 48 hours." "these images we are seeing this morning for the first time are going to live in
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long time." lives forever changed. "we have lost everything, but the best thing is we still have our lives. we still have our lives." "we want to make sure we are doing all we can to get through this together and to get through it as safely as possible." heartbreaking destruction "it's devastating. just devastating. the whole neighborhood is devastated." from tragedy: new hope "i actually saw dawndy's broadcast last night so i brought over some blankets and clothes." "take a look at all of the bottled water that has been donated to the evacuees." the midlands: pulling together. "everybody is helping everybody." "such an outpouring of compassion." "it's been awesome to watch." south carolina: united by tragedy. "our goal is to make sure we
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come out of this stronger than when we started." neighbors helping neighbors. "there are a lot of families that could use our help." "we can help in anyway we can." "it has been awesome to see how many people have been trying to help." and giving from their hearts. "there's so much community support here to help everybody here." "it's been amazing to see columbia people coming out a a support one another." "we will get through this." "thank you so much for saving my it." incredible stories of survival. "i am just thankful my parents are alive." "i said, 'dear lord are you taking me home right now?'" "i got it open - thank god - and got her out of the car." some lost everything. but escaped w wh their lives. "he said to me in the car, 'i'm not afraid to die.' i told him i was and we weren't going to die." even in the midst of it all, we saw people coming together to help each other. that's definitely a story that will not be forgotten. we'll be right back for a final look at your weather.
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clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool.
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another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s. clearing skies and chilly tonight, lows in the middle to upper 30s. sunday, mostly sunny and cool. highs near 60 another shot of cold arrives by tuesday, highs in the middle to upper 40s. lows in the middle 20s.
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