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it will warm up niplan some outdoor activity today. hee are looking to the north and east. temperatures, certainly chilly at 31. above our average, which woube around the mid-20's for this time of the year. we will have funny of sunshine today. e clouds will quickly be moving in. the temperatures will warm up nicely. you might remember -- i'm sure you jot these down -- the dew point temperatures. we were at 19 degrees. extremely dry. it is still dry. moisture on the increase. checking out other temperatures
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39, hartwell. 43 in elberton. a pretty mild start for all of us. the breeze is coming in from the southwest. that will dragon some clouds, but that will not cool us down. temperatures will be in the mid 50's for most of the afternoon. the satellite radar composite -- the action to the south. clouds building and the brees building -- breeze building as the day goes on. let me sure easy week ahead. myra: thank you. police are investigating an overnight shooting at a bojangles restaurant off butler road.
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happened around 9:00 last night. officers say there are at least two suspects involved in the case, but at this point, have not released the names or individuals. determine what led to a reported deadly shooting in anderson county that happened around 5:00 williamston road. our crew at the scene says they were told that a teenager died on the scene. we will continue to update you on this story as details come in. in greenville county, investigators identified a man found dead in a field by a hunter on friday. the coroner says 42-year-old jamie howard died after he was stabbed in the chest. now, investigators are trying to
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bureau road -- burrell road in taylor's. howard's family was too upset to spea arrived at his home in greer. the people who own the property where howard's body was found said a hunter scouting the area found his body. deputies responded around 5:30 friday afternoon. investigators are asking for any information on this case. if you have any information that help, call crime stoppers. in georgia three people were , killed in a small plane crash saturday. it caught on fire, on impact, according to authorities. we don't know who was on board, but weow that all three individuals did not survive, and the airport has been closed for now. an attorney says a university of south carolina student has a
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after she was recorded spitting and pouring hor into her roommates' food last year. hayley king's attorney say has entered pre-trial intervention and the fifth circuit solicitor's office has placed a charge of malicious tampering with food on hold. king's two roommates told police they set up cameras because they were afraid of what king might do after they world -- wfought with her. surveillance images caught this care pair outside club 100 on friday. once inside, investigators said the couple presented a firearm and left with the cash register. if you can help police identify this pair, please call crime stoppers. today is the only football going sunday. on is the pro bowl in hawaii... and today is also the day the panthers leave for the big game. the team will leave from bank of america stadium to head to california around 1:00.
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but the panthers will be staying in san jose. the last practice of the season took pla on coach ron rivera friday. made s with noise to try to mimmick game time situations. the week off gives them some time to rest, but the panthers practiced in full pads. >> i think it is good to get the feeling of hitting. you go two weeks without hitting, and that is a long time. we did earlier in the year -- it is obviously work for us. it is a good swe will stick with it. myra: you noticed how many of them have not shaved tackle we have. the panthes play next sunday. and wyff news 4 is following the panthers to super bowl starting 50. monday,brad fralick and marc dopher will be covering the team
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geoff hart joining them on we'll preview the big game. thursday. on we'll preview the bfriday, chasing a champion live from california. we want to see how you're showing off your panthers pride! you can share your photos with us by uploading them to our ulocal section on the wyff 4 app -- you might just see your photos on the air. pamela: good sunday morning. it does not get much prettier than this. we are a little hazy. a little fog. quickly warming up today. temperatures in the mid-60's for this last day of january.
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[ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. myra: at 7:10, we turn to commitment 2016 where it is all about the iowa caucuses. what can you actually expect to see tomorrow night. nikole killion is live from des moines. what did the candidates have on
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nikole: they have a lot on tap. there are about 40 events happening. candidates are all across the state in a final push. in iowa, bombarded by billboards, inundated by commercials and calls. one day to go before the caucuses. it is all hands on deck to get out the vote. gabby giffords an astronaut husband rallying clinton supporters. >> i have done this with gabby before. it is fun to do. nikole: clinton leads by three points according to the final poll. in the republican race, donald
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cruz with a five point advantage . at this diner, decision time. >> my favorite is bernie sanders. >> big hillary fan. >> i would like to see ted cruz or marco rubio. nikole: one thing that will be very cru these caucuses is turnout. there is growing concern that that might be hindered with a strong snowstorm expected tomorrow night. myra: thank you so much. i hope you stay warm.
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>> now, your live super doppler pamela: 7:15. good sunday morning. it is significantly warmer for almost all of us this mornin13 degrees warmer in greenwood. you can tell what is goi on in tennessee. a real push of warm air already in place. we are in for sof that
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a beautiful view from our peace center skycam. a little hazy out there. a south and southwest of the wind. our moisture will continue to increase.you will see it with clouds as the day goes on. temper wise -- 38 in rutherfordton. lockhart, union, 35. some of the cooler spots -- 35 with patchy fog this morning. 43 in elberton. 44 in anderson. clemson, 45. liberty, the same. we take a look in asheville this morning. lots of bright sunshine on the
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by 10:00, mid 40's. mid 50's just after lunch time. that is way above average. we are about 10-11 degrees above it. more clouds come in. the winds will pick up as well. much higher than that. winds near 50 in parts of texas and new mexico. all the watches are out for the next developing big snowstorm.
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across all of denver and parts even further west, as the moisture comes in from out of the pacific. this could affect travel, lots of things. then, the potential that it brings out reign over us as the frontal boundary comes through. ahead of that, we could see some strong storms, el nio type strong storms monday, into tuesday. we will pay attention to that. the timing of that will play a big part as to how strong it
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at this point, mainly rain. you can expect spotty showers on monday. on tuesday, we continue with the southwesterly flow. temperaturesn the low 50's. meanwhile, they will get there he and snow -- get buried in snow. a large part of the country impacted by this system. breezy and warm with clouds on the increase as the day goes on. 60 in asheville and hendersonville. we will not mind the increasing clouds. we are at 64 indy upstate.
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wednesday. plan your week accordingly. try to remember what you did with the hats and gloves. myra: it is, after all, just about to start february. pamela: the last day of the month. rent is due tomorrow. myra: it is time for your january. on this day in 1990, the soviet union had its first ta american fast food. a mcdonalds restaurant opened in moscow's pushkin square. thousa for hours to get a bite of the famous hamburgers. by 2003, mcdonald's had 71 stores in 22 russian cities. >> now, wyff news 4 sports. ricardo: south carolina will be without in filter madison stoltz for the next 6-8 weeks.
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next week. the carolina panthers are gearing up for the trip to santa clara. the team will leave this afafrnoon and head to the west coast. they will meet with the media on monday for media day. the game plans have been instilled all week. one of the main focuses is stopping peyton manning. since he returned to the broncos lineup, he has not thrown an inte. this is after giving the ball away 17 times in the first nine games of the season. the panthers who led the league will try to change that. the linebacker will try to match with one of the best. >> he is a guy that has all kinds of calls. at the end of the day, you have to play your job. he has fake ones, real ones. we are excited to be in the situation. it is cool for me to go play
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you spend your life watching him -- peyton manning. it is cool. it will be enjoyable to prepare and play our best game. ricardo: one week from today, the big game will kickoff. wyff 4 sports has all the analysis you need to watch super bowl 50. join us this friday night for our special "chasing a , championship," live in california for that special. in mobile, alabama, the senior bowl. south carolina tied and adams also impressing scouts. he will pick up 17. it would end in a field goal.
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the north. 27-16. dak prescott named the m.v.p. let's he south carolina at alabama. the gamecocks undefeated. a sellout crowd assured it would stay that way. up nine at the break. second half, gamecocks in transition. later, michael carrera -- he has been everything this year for the gamecocks. team-high, 20 points. he got into a bit of an altercation. nothing escalated. south carolina improves, 19-2. a 78-74 victory. >> today, we played more to our personality.
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set i thought our defense was , pretty darn good. >> we have to play really hard. we knew what was coming. i think we handled it really well. ricardo:lemson beginning a three-game road swing on saturday. the first half, fsu getting burned. they lost the game with a game-high 21 points. the tigers trailed at recess. in the late stages of the first, jordan roper at the rack. second half, the game tied at 39. the first lead for clemson since the first half. the knowles would surge ahead. knowles make them pay. clemson fell on saturday, 76-55.
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last three games for clemson. berman welcoming east state on -- east tennessee state on saturday. the paladins led by ni. later, seven. devon sibley with three of his 20. the paladins hold on for the 74-70 win. they sit alone in second place in the southern conference. western carolina a second half, terriers down two. they tie it at 50. wofford would close this game on a 17-2 run. 40 minutes, not enough.
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overtime. tied at 78. mike cunningham with a career high of 23 for the freshman. later, upstate, up three. chesnee scored 21 in the 92-91 overtime victory. presbyterian college at liberty at a matchup in clinton. sean murray cleaning it up. john dawson. 19 points. presbyterian falal at home, 65-61. the greenville swapmp rabbits picking up a win. they head to orlando on thursday. that will do it for spor
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the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over two and a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics,
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myra: new details are emerging after a usc student is caught on camera pouring windex into her room what a nice start to the day. pame a gorgeous and to the weekend. we will see the winds pick up today, and see a few more clouds. ths from warming up. the sun about to pop up over the hilltop, looking to the north and east in asheville this morning, where certainly it is chilly. a little above average. the winds are calm. they will pick up out of the south and west today. only 34 in anderson. beautifully clear. rutherfordton, just about the freezing mark. lockhart, 38 degrees. only 36 in union.
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chilly. most of us, a good five degrees above average. we see the breeze out of the southwest. we will get the southwesterly wind gusting near 20 later on today. look at what the temperatures will do. we are looking at mid 60's for the afternoon, for this last day of january. the clouds will be on the build as well. a very cloudy start to the work week. the rain holds off for a couple of days. look at this gorgeous shot. a gorgeous day on lake hartwell. temperatures going fm the mid-30's, warming up a good 30 degrees for the high today on the water.
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place, i would say. 7:00 tonight, you will want to take your dinner outside. we are seeing made, even a few upper 60's in the upstate. staying quite mild, even with clouds building in. you might break a sweat skiing. clouds on the build tonight. i will let you know when the cold air will be back. myra: thank you. police are investigating an overnight shooting at a bojangles road. officals say the shooting happened one person was killed in the shooting and two more were hospitalized with gunshot wounds. officers also say there ar least two suspects involved in the shooting, but have not
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descriptions of those suspects. authorities are also trying to determine what led to a reported deadly shooting in anderson county. this happened around 5:0 night at an address on old williamston road, ththincident remains under investigation. only a few details have been released. our group at the scene was told a teenager died in the shooting and at least one other person was injured. we will continue to update you onor become available. back in greenville county, investigators identified a man found dead in a field by a hunter on friday. the coroner says 42-year-old jamie howard died after he was stabbed in the chest. investigators are now trying to figure out whether howard was stabbed were he was found on burrell road in taylors, or if it happened at another location. howard's family was too upset to speak on-camera when our crews arrived at his home in greer. the people who own the property where howard's body was found said a hunter scouting the area found his body. deputies responded friday afternoon. the property owners say the
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hardly any b bod in the area. investigators are asking the public help with any information you may have on the case. an attorney says the university of south carolina stt has a chance to avoid prison time after she was recorded spitting into her roommmmes' food last year. hayley king's attorney say has entered pre-trial intervention. and the fifth circuit solicitor's office has pa charge of malicious tampering with food on hold. king's two roommates told police they set up camemes because they were afraid of what king might do after fighting with her. back here in the upstate the anderson county sheriff's office narcotics unit made two big arrests this week. officers had a w a home in belton on wednesday. pills, marijuana, and a firearm were found in the home. 36-year-old javiaro eugene dixon was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, and
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charged with simple possession of marijuana. eric bruce richey of was also taken in on outstanding wa on thursday, the narcotics unit took a search warrant to a home on flowe road in anderson. when officers arrived, six people ran from the house, but all six were quickly caught and arrested for trafficking cocaine and crack cocaine, and intent to distribute in an area near a school. greenville police are searching for two people who are responsible for an armed robbery. investigators say the pair robbed club 100 on surveillance friday. cameras captured both suspects as they went into the club. once inside, investigators said co and left with the cash register. if you have any information that can help identify these two individuals, please call crime stoppers. the carolina panthers are leaving
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broncos on sunday, february 7. they had one last practice in charlotte on friday. the head coach he was pleased with the players energy and tempo. wyff news four is following the panthers to super bowl 50. starting monday, brad fralick and marc d the team live from santa clara, with geoff hart joining them on thursday, then on friday, we'll preview the big game. our sports team will bring you "chasing a championship" live from california. you can catc wyff at 8:00 next friday, february 5th. straight ahead, pirates are about to take the stage in greenville. our guests will tell us what to expect. pamela: expect windy conditions to pick up as th on today. you can see our camera dancing
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by lunchtime, close to 60 degrees. we will talk about sunday and what the groundhog might find
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myra: an upstate author's imagination will make a return to the stage later t. pamela: that's right. we have the south carolina children's about how i became a pirate. good morning, jack and brandon. myra: ahoy there, mayties. this is a revival of this musical, right? >> yes, we sailed into the sport about six years ago, and now we are back. myra: you played jeremy higgins, right? what is this story about? >> the pirates end up in north beach, and find out that jeremy jacobs can help them on their
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him some things. he teaches them some things as well. myra: where are they trying to go? >> they are trying to go to spanish main to bury thewe treasure. myra: we have pictures from a previous production. tell us aboue work that went into this. >> we have been working hard for the past 3 months trying to get this treasure in the ground. it's not easy. we finally accomplished it thanks to our friend jeremy jacobs. myra: that's great. the author of "how i became a pirate" will be at the projection -- production. what can you tell us about melinda long? >> i/o her my life. she will be there opening night, signing books. we will also have a pirate party
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all of you, dress up like pirates, and join us for a fantastic time. myra: will they have fromrum there this time? >> they made us leave it on the ship. pamela: your costume is gorgeous. >> we have some wonderful costume designthat help us out. they have done a fantastic job on me coat and me vest. >> i've never actually read the bookgood. myra: i think it is pretty much the exact same story. tell us about what people learn. >> they will learn that not everything is as it seems, and
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i've had a little work done. we will learn about how jeremy can help us, and how we can helphim. it is a fantastic story for the whole family. myra: any miss of interest to talk about thale>> we don't make it to spanish maine. myra: grimy. >> we make do the best we can with what we have. pamela: a family affair. myra: father and son in real life. we can sell over to the peace center theater. you will be there from the fifth to the 14th and one special performance on sunday. check the website for the special price tickets. nice to have you with us.
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>> now, your live super doppler pamela: almost 7:45. sunshine up. nice and clear. a gorgeous day. we will have clouds incrwinsds building as well. it will be a mild breeze. 44 degrees in greenville. temperatures thrregion -- 38 and hendersonville. last i checked, it was 34. 35 in at meadville. black mountain, 33. waynesville, the freezing mark, 32. all the above average.
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you are at 25 in franklin, but will bump up to 60 with the sunshine. abbeville, about 15 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. look at the high clouds. you can see, beautiful conditions. the sun coming up. we had a bit of fog on the water this morning, but it will warm up into the mid-60's. 37, lawrence. a gorgeous sunday. the last day of january will by far be the wmonth. we continue to tap into the souty flow that will bring us more clouds and some rain. look at what is going gone.
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into iowa. this is just a watch. ititill be upgraded, certainly, to a warning. winter storm warnings through utah, nevada. wind warnings been to texas. watching that come together beautifully. the strong area of low pressure. upper-level energy. moisture in the pacific. some severe weather possible in association with the same system southeast.
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thunderstorm possible on wednesday. we are watching the moisw morning, we could have spotty showers around. check in with dale as we will be timing out the storm. that is the question, when it will make its move to the east. it is dense, heavy, it could tickets -- take its sweet time. here is your day. breezy, warm. winds gusting at 20 at times. a 60 degree day in january. that is good stuff. 64 tomorrow. 59 for asheville and hendersonville. mild in the mountains. it will be so obvious that the cold front has come through.
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degrees between wednesday and thursday in the mountains. myra: thank you. what started off as a series of children's stories about a pair of amphibious friends has turned into a musical tell all ages can enjoy. we are talking about "a year with frog and toad" taking place at presbyterian college. good morning. how long have you been wor>> we started working at the beginning of last semester. probably 4-5 months at this point. myra: for the two of you, it is a flurry of activity on stage. a very pivotal moment you
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for those not familiar look. tell us about frog and toad. one is a little more uptight than the other one. they still manage to get along. >> frog takes it upon himself to get towed out of his comfort zone. myra: we do have video from rehearsal. a lot of musical numbers here. a lot of messages that adults can pick up on too. >> the music, in general, has a jazz feel to it. it makes each number interesting. we have four or five different stories that run throughout the show. there is one story where frog
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toad is not happy in the slightest. the snail keeps popping up. myra: the letter gets delivered at a good momethey have an interesting relationship, right? as many friends might. it is all of those tales interwoven. this made it to broadway and was nominated for several tony's. what is your favorite part about >> the music and the people who. it is a fun show. we get to tell these different stories all in then of one hour and work with awesome people. >> it is fun to literally throw on different hats.
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show for children. it is the first show i ever saw. myra: really? that's great. but to remind everybody when it takes place at edmonds hall at presbyterian college. it ope on february 5. thank you for being with us. be with take a look outside now. we will be right back after the
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you're unpacking already? yeah, help me find some mugs. sure. (beep) hey... o.k. they'll do. wake up to the mountain grown aroma of folgers. the best part of wakin' up so, where do you want to start? i think this is a pretty good place.
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myra: we're going to take a look at another one of our top stories from this morning. police continue to investigate a shooting that happened at a bojangles. one person died, two others were hospitalized with gunshot wounds. at this point,least two suspects. at this point, they have not released the description of those suspects, or their names. they are investigating what happened.
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others injured in the mauldin community. meantime, people waking nice brisk morning. pamela: gorgeous. i skycam in spartanburg showing it all.beautiful this morning. temperatures, certainly chilly. it will quickly warm up. you will be in the 60's today. look at the blue skies over asheville. carolina blue, for sure. calm winds. those wins will pick up for all of uss today. they will get gusty this aften near 20 miles per hour. the me show you the temperatures stay quite mild for the next several days. our rain chances will be coming in.
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the clouds will come and -- come in. better chances on wednesday, even the possibility of a thunderstorm. or just in -- gorgeous in anderson. on thursday, we cool down. myra: thanks for watching. pamela: have a great day. we will be back with m 6:00. [captioning performed by the national capwhich is responsible for its caption co [captioni >> this is a wyff 4 editorial. speaking on behalf of the l board, john scholz. john: on monday, bruary to a first, the p electing a president begins. for months, we have seen the candidates in action and formed
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now, it is time for the peopleit all begins in iowa on monday when people caucus to make their choice known. on tuesday, february 29, the first primary of the season is in new hampshire. then, it is our chance in south carolina. democrats in south carolina get their tu vote on saturday, february 27. here, you have to heard -- have heard a lot about commitment to thousand 16. leading up to the two presidential primacarolina, you will hear a lot about the process on her newscast, on her website, and on the news app. we are using every means to helpu be informed. we believe it is our respon citizens to help you participate in the process.
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candidates, and then go to the
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the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over two and a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you
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i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. good morning. down to the wire. just one day now to go until the iowa caucuses. the candidates making their final pitches in the hawkeye state as a new poll shows donald trump surging past ted cruz and hillary clinton holding on to a very slight edge over bernie sanders. we're live in iowa. back behind bars. a day after an escaped inmate turns himself in, his two accomplices are caught in a dramatic takedown, ending a week-long manhunt in california. >> it was clear to us that these people were armed and dangerous.
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