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that both donald and marco have relied upon is utter fabrication. carol: at the seneca restaurant today. michael: and in spartanburg, before he spoke there, others spoke there, all addressing the crowd there, north carolina senator mark and south carolina representative jeff can and representative steve king from iowa. and dr. ben carson took a private tour of the greenwood genetic center. the group says they were thrilled that he chose to make learning about their work a priority, and afterword, he addressed his standing in the south carolina polls. mr. carson: i have not changed. what has changed our
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where is a nice person cannot be tough on terror. if people go and read my programs, i have a plan on how to deal with isis. i think they would be very effective. michael: not touring the clinic itself. carol: the primary polls close at 7:00, and we will have full coverage all of the way through news 4 at 11:00, and all you need to know about the south carolina gop primary will be right here on wyff 4 and on our mobile app. michael: democrats still have some time to mail in a vote if they choose. corey davis tells us more about the important deadlines. the voting offices at university ridge, the clock is ticking.
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p.m. to cast a vote, and the republicans only have 40 eight hours left. there are dozens of voters rating in greenville county -- waiting in greenville county. >> i am over 65. corey: being 65 or older is one of 17 reasons why they will let you vote early. >> employment, you know, if you are, of course, sick or tending to someone who is sick, you can vote absentee, of course. core it takes longer to votey: absentee, so you should be willing to wait 30 minutes to an hour. many voters say time is not an issue when it comes to playing a role in the election. >> i am really proud with how important it is for people to vote.
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important for me to cast my vote, because if i do not, i have no right to complain about anything. corey: the hours will be extended until 7:00 p.m. to vote in person tomorrow and thursday of next week. be sure to bring a photo id with you if you're voter registration card does not already have your picture on it. carroll: thank you. to pickens county now, one person killed, three others injured in a head-on crash. a car and a pickup truck hit head-on. troopers say the driver of the car died at the scene, while the driver and two passengers of the truck, including an eight year old boy, are receiving treatment for injuries at greenville memorial. michael: anderson county deputies are investigating a shooting. highway 187. there were two people involved
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no one has been identified yet. they say there was a man who had a gunshot wound to the chest and underwent surgery. the sheriff's office says they are hopeful he will make a full recovery. if you know anything about this space in the surveillance video, call crime stoppers at 1-888-crime-sc. carol: ricardo continues our coverage of the run up to the daytona 500. ricardo: jeff gordon making the change from driver to broadcaster. a rising star. >> we had a conversation about this. and for him, it did not really set in that he was not going to run his first 500 until they
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i think at that moment, it will sink in more. it has a little bit, and for me, i cannot wrap my head around the fact we were even here, much less having a shot at the polls, so it has been a quick two days, and all of this, it is fine, but we are definitely looking to get back on track. ricardo: both in practice and on thursday, and he says if he wrecks 24, he will be starting at the back of the field on sunday. michael: a big change on monday, and meteorologist john cessarich is tracking our weather. john: i would say so. looking pretty good, as you can see. temperatures in the 30's and 40's, but in the mountains with that breeze, it felt a lot
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seasonally cold. this is back through the northeast. so in the mountains, not too bad. it is also drive. we might squeeze out a flurry, especially at elevations closer to the tennessee line, but that is about it area it is still 64 in elberton, 54 in spartanburg. also mid 50's in clemson. and a nice warm-up just inside of the weekend. what will it stay dry? we will have an answer for you, coming up. >> to live the right way. carol: for the past five days, this man has been living in his church. she spent a lifetime making a difference for people. winning healthcare for 8 million children. benefits for families of reservists and the national guard.
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for human rights and women's rights. hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the job done... for us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. while some candidates suck up to trump...or run away from him in fear... jeb bush isn't afraid. jeb bush: "that is downright wrong..." he stands up to trump for his liberal democratic positions. calls out trump for insulting women, attacking the disabled... even trashing a decorated war hero. trump: "i like peoplethat weren't captured..." jeb bush: "john mccain is an american hero..." jeb bush. the better man. the real conservative. a commander in chief. right to rise usa
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carol: an upstate pastor is trying to get help for him and many others. michael: mandy gaither has more. mandy: for the past five days, this has been home for travis richardson, but he cannot stay here forever. >> every day, i have to make the decision to live the right way. mandy: after getting kicked out of the house he was staying, he has been seeking refuge from the cold at his church, new deliverance. >> i cannot really lock onto a good employment, background checks playing a part of it.
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be the president, but i have a background, so what do you do? mandy: half the congregation here is either homeless or without money to keep their house, says pastor tracy gantt. >> you can see that they need some hope. mandy:gantt had help also. another private organization had approached the city, but he said what they went to do would require possible changes in the zoning ordinance, allowing for multiple housing units in the area. bagwell suggested gantt talked to county officials and said if the county was willing to take this on, the city might be a little help, but gantt says they need help now.
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out. and they are now talking to pickens county council members to see if there is a way they can make this shelter happen. carol: literally just moments ago, governor nikki haley endorsed marco rubio. michael: and on the stump. let's listen. mr. rubio: so he never went back to school, and he would work for the next 70 years. when they came to this country, they struggled those first few years, but here is what is so amazing. less than 10 years after my parents came here with nothing, my parents owned a home. they owned a home in a safe and stable neighborhood. they retired with dignity and security, and they live to you all four of their children have a life better than their own. now, that is my story, and that
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millions, and one of the things i am safe in saying about america, no matter what group i and in front of -- i am so glad you are here today -- i have not met you in person, but yet, i know your story. but the vast majority of you have a story not unlike them. yours is the story of parents who gave up everything so you could have a life they could never have. you remember the sacrifices your father made for you and your mother, or maybe it was the ones your grandparents made for your parents. this is who we are as a nation. this is our identity. michael: a live look there in south carolina, not far from columbia, marco rubio, in forest moments ago by the governor nikki haley.
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c when folks think of heart attacks, they think of arm pain, chest pain, even job paid, but for 50-year-old scott pinion did not have any pain, just felt unusual after one of his bike rides. >> i actually sat outside for 10 minutes because i refused to believe i was having a heart attack. i am not having chest pain. i'm not having a heart attack. my arm does not hurt.
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glad, because when i walked in, i only had a minute or two to be treated. carol: working with the same people who saved his life, and his advice? if you think something is wrong, get it checked out immediately. saint francis has free screenings at the wellness arena tomorrow from 7:00 until 9:00 for anyone 18 or older, and participants are asked not to drink or eat after midnight. john: picture is showing mainly clear skies, but instead of the north georgia mountains, this is along the north carolina and tennessee line, back into kentucky. this moisture back up against the slope of the mountains. a few clouds. there may be some on the tennessee line, but that is about it. pretty close to the average. this is exactly where it should
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and the breeze made it feel cooler. and here is downtown spartanburg. looking pretty nice. 55 in toccoa. temperatures in the 50's. so it will gradually cooler temperatures. 51 in greenville, 58 in abbeville. cool temperatures across the area. there is that wind i was talking about in asheville. it looks like 27 degrees.
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north carolina, and 38%. 39 in laurens and in anderson. and this storm is going up into eastern canada. some lake effect snow. lake ontario and lake erie, that is picking up moisture. and oklahoma city and dallas, they were in the 70's. and this ridge will build across. and going through tomorrow, this was some rain and snow, heading out to sea. the overnight hours, and this is the warm air. this will pass by us. plenty of sunshine during the day tomorrow. the forecast for tonight, some
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freezing mark. maybe a snow flurry or two, especially in the higher elevations. tomorrow, cool and light wind. the high temperature of 56 degrees, and we will warm up to around 50 at lunchtime. tomorrow, sunny skies, not as cold as today, and a breezy north wind. a high temperature around 50. warming up to 45 degrees at lunchtime, and then the high temperature will be around 3:00 in the afternoon. around. or rain. mainly for the mountains, we will have to watch that. it is ridiculous. michael: clemson needs to win a
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brad: five games left. they probably need to win all five or at least four of those,
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and returning to the scene announcer: now, wyff news 4 sports. >> and that is one of the things that is hard about the league, that it is hard to string a lot together because there are so many good teams, and the depth. more so this year than the other years i have been here.
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them together down the stretch, clemson and austin college in downtown greenville in about 30 minutes, and about to transfer to another school -- clemson and boston college in downtown greenville in about 30 minutes. some of the best games this past season against wake forest, 129 yards and a touchdown, and nfl.com released its mock draft results, for the first round, and two clemson players were projected to go in the first round, mckenzie alexander is projected at number 25 to pittsburgh, and riverside high school grad kevin dodd at number 27 overall to green bay. and late in the first half of the terror line regular-season
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linebacker luke kuechly did return to read he played all the way through to the super bowl and led the nfl in postseason tackles with 29. and the race in daytona. marc dopher talked with the driver of the three-car about returning to daytona. marc: after the 88 crossed the line, people were not talking about history, they were talking about a massive werck involving -- wreck invlving austin dillon. >> i went to tally data. that was a big day to me also, and you think it is in the back of your head a little bit. i had fun and got in there.
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up for the daytona 500. brad: all right, thanks so much. 200 miles per hour. michael: yes, they are quick. all right. carol: the forecast. john: we want to skip the next couple of days, don't we? it gets nice and mild. carol: what a week, if you think about it. john: i am not looking forward to next week. at least the storm a week from today, it will either be rain or snow. carol: thank you for watching
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change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie.
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breaking news tonight. a stunning new poll. a shake-up in the race for president as ted cruz moves ahead of donald trump. plus, cruz dares trump to sue him in a big fight boils over. apple versus the fbi. the tech giant ordered to help the feds break into the san bernardino killer's hone, still locked months after the attack. why apple says your privacy is at stake. testosterone boost for minat a certain age. millions who take meds to help with libido, energy and body. a major study reveals how well they work. what's really in your food. turns out that parmesan cheese
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be what you think it is. what you should know. and the power couple who hit the jackpot, half a billion times over. "nightly news" begins right now. from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this the "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. good evening. a surprising development in the race for president leads our news tonight. a brand new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll shows donald trump has slipped from the top spot nationally falling behind ted cruz among republican primary voters. our poll has cruz now ahead at 28% with trump at 26 and marco rubio rounding out the top three at 17%. trump's tumble from the top spot comes as he and cruz trade threats, dares and accusations ahead of saturday's south carolina primary where trump still leads. nbc's hallie jackson has late details.

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