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tim: it wasn't his mother this time -- his brother, but his mother. his source of strength for a candidate who has lagged in the polls, hopes to jumpstart his campaign on saturday. jeb: i am the guy they can beat hillary clinton because i have a proven record. tim: his biggest threat was, from our donald trump whose poll numbers have stunned even bush. >> i would never expect a reality tv star to be a candidate for the public and nomination, no. i don't think anybody did. i don't think you'll be president. you can't insult your way to the presidency. tim: bush attacked on the day before the primary. jeb: donald trump -- man, insulting women, hispanics, the disabled, pows like john mccain being a loser because he got caught. john mccain and the hundreds of pows are american heroes. they are deserving of our respect. [applause]
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in new hampshire, a second or third place finish in south carolina is critical for the bush campaign. tim waller, wyff news 4 in greenville. carol: according to campaign tracker, marco rubio campaigned across the state today. appearing first with governor nikki haley in columbia, then onto pawleys island, hilton head, and charleston. tonight he will hold a rally at clemson at 7:30. carol: donald trump, ted cruz, that person, and john kasich -- ben carson and john kasich spent time in the midlands and low country. ted cruz will appear with phil robertson of duck dynasty at the greenville marriott. mark sanford endorsed ted cruz in charleston earlier today. carol: there has been a good turnout for absentee voters. we asked a number of people about the line and their feelings now that the vote has been cast. >> no, actually was very nice
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i went in, i was probably in line five minutes and voted. it was quick and easy. >> i voted for marco rubio. finally we're getting the list down to the point where you can learn something about the candidates. >> i plan on voting for ted cruz. i like what he stands for. everything that he says i agree with. carol: the greenville county elections office says more than 5000 ballots have been returned and. michael: in numbers out tonight. clemson released its literal -- latest palmetto pulp, a serving of south lenny and with that voted in at least two the past three primaries. donald trump leading the poll with 28% followed by ted cruz with percent. marco rubio coming in with 15%. 13% still undecided. last fall, he palmetto poll showed trump as the leader, with ben carson coming in at a strong second. carol: as soon as the primary polls close at 7:00 tomorrow night, for coverage of the election results all the way
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if you are out and about, we will have the full results on our mobile app and on www.wyff4.com. check out our commitment 2016 information for south carolina voters. it's in the top bar on both the app and the site. it is all you need to know about checking your voter status, polling places, and much more. michael: national news tonight, lester holt will anchor the nbc nightly news liv from columbiae. still have the latest recovered. -- he'll have the latest primary coverage. you can watch that right after this broadcast at 6:30. carol: we are eight days from the democratic primary. and a jim clyburn endorsed hillary clinton. clyburn says clinton is a fighter and has solid plans to have -- handle important issues. rep. clyburn: hillary has devoted her life to early childhood education and affordable health care for all. hillary clinton's proposals for accessible and affordable high
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crushing debt of college loans and preserve the value and liability of historically black colleges and universities. carol: clyburn says he's had the opportunity to work with both clinton and sanders in congress, and has enjoyed his experiences with both. we are hearing from the fiancee of a man killed in a crash in powdersville yesterday morning. michael: he was on his way to work when deputies were chasing another man in another vehicle. that vehicle crashed into the victim. corey davis spoke with the victim's fiance and joins us in malden tonight. -- in maujlldin tonight. corey: stephen burnett was a truck driver at gbs lumber supply for more than two decades. he met his fiancee here at 10 decades ago. -- 10 years ago. his boss gave us a company newsletter, where he was
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his fiancee, debbie blair told us that he met burnett a few years ago after her losing her husband in 2002. she is now starting over again. the family is still trying to wrap their minds around the accident. >> i do not expect him to be gone when he left for work yesterday morning. corey: that was the last time she saw burnett. he was on his way to pick up his truck from penske on whitehorse road was hit by a car that was being chased a greenville county deputies. it all ended yesterday morning as the intersection of highway 153 and highway 81. burnett's pickup truck was crumpled. the coroner said he died on impact. burnett will be laid to rest on sunday at 2:00 p.m. at the robinson memorial gardens on powdersville road in easley. as for dexter reeves, the man chased by deputies, he was denied bond today. cory davis, wyff news 4 live in mauldin.
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weekend? chief meteorologist john cessarich joins us now from the weather center. good boating weather tomorrow? -- good voting weather tomorrow? john: it looks good except for a few stray showers. a better chance for rain unfortunately on sunday. i will explain that in just a second. outside, if you have any plans to go out this evening, no problem. going down to 43 in boone. 50 in asheville. upper 50's for the most part, except for 60 in the very.very pleasant outside . --60 in new very. warm through the weekend. future plus whenever a better computer models. ;, showers coming in with him slow-moving front. -- 7:00, showers coming in with a slow-moving front. showers will be confined to the mountains. as the front gets closer and stalls out in the mountains, a better chance of sunday
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maybe even in the form of thundershowers as we warm up into the 60's. that would be sunday afternoon. chris, we are talking about mild weather this weekend. oncethe front settles to the south , northeast wind kicks in. and it gets colder. chris: ah, a cold one. here we go, monday is a corrine. upper 50''s. --monday is a cool rain. high-pressure strengthens into cruise date, which means an even colder rain. rain all day tuesday to wednesday. as far as the washout index is concerned, you will need to be invalid just to dollars -- will need the umbrella to dodge those showers briefly. high temperatures are 61 on saturday. 67 on sunday. a warmer rain, but it turns cooler on monday, especially by tuesday. 46 degrees and rainy.
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and run right back home, start a fire and watch something. maybe watch wyff news 4. wyff news 4 meteorologist john cessarich joins us now. this is a lot of moisture headed our way. thankfully it is a liquid. john: except for maybe e the backside of the storm. it might change over to a bit of snow showers. but that would be along the tennessee line. we have talked about this for the last couple days. looks like a bit of precipitation. chris: a good soaking too. john: good, liquid precipitation next week. we don't want the snow or the ice. michael: thank you government. the free murder suspects performed for the cameras in court yesterday. what law officers are saying today.
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anderson county deputies are looking for a man ... who got away in handcuffs. deputies say 23-year-old zachary brady escaped in handcuffs from the s-c probation.. parole and pardon office this morning around ten. officials say he was out on probation for criminal domestic violence. they say he left... in a silver toyota camry with north carolina plates. again ... still ni the cuffs. if you see brady or know anything about his whereabouts... call 9-1-1. there will be no social media postings from jail. that from officers in pickens carol: there will be no social media things from jail. three suspects of murder current to the camera and asked --three suspects of murder turned to the camera and asked for follows on social media. today, the pickens county chief told wyff news 4 that inmates
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cell phones in the detention center. the only way they can post on social media is if they call someone from the jail and have that person post for them. michael: in spartanburg county, a man and his dog were found dead after a aire. crews responded to the home on summerlin drive around 5:00. the corner tells us a 69-year-old was found in a home of the area that was not burned. officials believe he was try to get out of the house. the cause is still being checked out tonight. carol: officers investigating a theft of prescription and narcotics from of state high school. anderson district 3 officials say noticed the missing medicine. now officers tell us they're investigatinina substitute teacher at the school. that person's name has not yet been released, but she has been removed from the approved sub list. michael: when wyff news 4 returns, remembering the death of harper lee in a moment. john: on this friday eveningnga
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57 in anderson.
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chanthe author of the pulitzer prize winning novel "to kill a carol: the author of the pulitzer prize winning novel "to kill a mococng bird" has died. harper lee was 89-years-old. the book was published in 1960. it defined the racial troubles of the deep south. the following year, lee won the pulitzer prize. last year, mockingbird's sequel "go set a watchman" was published. michael: back here at home, expect some lane closures this weekend on interstate 85.
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tonight one lane of traffic in in both north and southbound lanes will be closed between my marker 63 and 67. that's between the exit for highway 290, and highway 129 in spartanburg county. the road work will continue through sunday afternoon. drivers should expect delays and are encouraged to take another route if they can. carol: less than an hour to go before the greenville swamp rabbits take on the south carolina stingrays. and tonight's game has two special themes, "heroes night" and "celebrate greenville" at the bon secours wellness arena. heroes night, where local heroes are recognized got pushed back because of wintry weather. celebrate greenville, recognizes local leaders and businesses. the players will also have one of a kind jerseys auctioned off and the money will be given to , charity. the game starts at 7:00. >> now your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. john: satellite picture showing just a couple clouds. for the most part it is
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the cloudiness associated with a cold front around kentucky. it will slowly inch closer to us. now it looks like it will be close enough to produce showers for the weekend. best chance will be on sunday. or on that in just a second. we started with 34 at the gsp international airport. closed were we should be at 36 degrees. 60, ah, a nice warm and three degrees above the average. far from the record high of 70 setback a couple years ago in 2014. 29 at the asheville regional airport. it went up nicely to 56 degrees. four degrees above average. outside right now,. main street. this is our live camera on top of the peace center in downtown greenville. a beautiful evening outside. enjoy yourself, because it's going to be dry. but it will be seasonably cool. 58 in greenville. 43 in boone.
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throughout the upstate, temperatures cool, but not super cold. 57 in anderson, laurens, union, and gaffney. spartanburg is the cool spot at 55 degrees. 58 in walhalla. 58 in clemson. a bit of a breeze out of south at 10 miles per hour in anderson. of it stronger at 15 miles in asheville. 0-- a bit stronger at 15 miles per hour in asheville. it gets cooler when you have the breeze. 33% humidity. we are not having moisture out of the gulf of mexico. still very dry. 49 in raleigh. a couple 52's in charleston and hilton head. 63 in atlanta. 72 in new orleans. 70 in the rock. this is the one headed in our direction. 70 in birmingham. it is warmer in nashville than
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that's incredible. lows back in the upper great lakes heading into canada. temperatures very warm in the middle part of the country with that ridge filtering over us. cold in the northeast. cold in the northwest. warm in the desert. phoenix at 80 degrees. this is tomorrow morning at 7:00. notice a few showers, especially for the mountains. a sprinkle certainly possible in the upstate. as the front gets closer to us, showers possible around nashville. this is 8:00 in the morning sunday. couple sprinkles around the area. those showers move through -- if is is correct, this model shows us heavy thundershowers by sunday afternoon. clear skies and then cloudiness lead in the upstate. clouds return, patchy fog in late. cloudiness, by slight chance of a shower. height 61 degrees. we start at 49 in the greenville-spartanburg area. warming up to 57.
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in the asheville-hendersonville area. four day plus looks like this. here comes the rain, but especially on sunday. a front settles to the south. enjoy the mild weather this weeeend because it gets colder with the northeast wind, especially tuesday. a raw, nasty day.but at least it will be rain and not ice. carol: we have that going for us. michael: [laughter] yeah, at least. one of brad fralick's favorite days. brad: the opening of college football season. this is the day i look forward to for months. a great day for baseball. at clemson, not just opening day, but game on of the montie lee 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,
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there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie.
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>> now wyff news 4 sports. brad: one of my favorite days of the year -- opening day of college baseball, and a beautiful day to get it started. the monte lee era is now officially underway at clemson. lee's first game as head coach, the tigers hosting maine this afternoon. a newly renovated doug kings more stadium. tigers hosting maine this afternoon. reed rohlman down the right field line. clemson plates 2 in the frame to take an early 2-0 lead. top of the black bears get 2 on, second, but charlie barnes gets the strikeout to end the threat. maine wouldn't scratch a couple to get even. comes in just tied it up --clemson tidied up a few minutes ago. is now tied at 3-3. the gamecocks opening the 2016 season this afternoon in columbia, south carolina hosting albany. 3rd inning, 1-0 south carolina. one of the new face in columbia, john jones. the switch hitting catcher,
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jones drives in all 3 runs. that gives the gamecocks a 4-1 lead against albany. right now in the sixth inning, south carolina has extended that lead 9-1. michigan state beat pc this afternoon. furman and fordham are playing at fluor field in greenville. wofford is hosting kentucky right now. an exciting day in the world of college baseball. chase elliott will start on the pole for sundays daytona 500.dale earnhardt jr. and kyle busch one the tools last night, with the former champion would like nothing better to start 2016 by winning the great american race. ricardo lecompte has that story. ricardo: when you dive into the numbers, kevin harvick could have one of the best seasons in sprint cup history. he's been in second place 14 times.
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year in the number of situations we are in the position to win races. why did refinish second so many times? will, we put 2 motors here, 2 valves got knocked out of the wheels here. it rained during the race. you can add them up pretty quick. there were only 1-2 races were republic we made a mistake. the rest were silly circumstances. it was the way of the year. hopefully we can make up for those 2-3 we lost in the mistake category, capitalize on those, and move forward. ricardo: harvick captured his second daytona 500 victory. reporting and daytona, ricardo lecompte, wyff news 4. brad: that race is sunday. we also have high school basketball playoffs. highlights at 11:00. you mentioned earlier, the swamp
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michael: and a nice warm weekend. john: at least it's going to be warm. i was hoping the rain would hold off until sunday. i am working on it. i'm trying to push those showers through. 40% chance of showers, especially after the -- especially sunday afternoon. rain over the mountains, especially on sunday. the front settles to the south, so at least it will be mild this weekend. but it gets colder next week. carol: thank you for watching wyff news 4. our next newscast is at 11:00.
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tonight. mad dash. hours before the vote in two critical states trump under fire for what he has said about the iraq war, and hillary clinton fighting to hold off bernie sanders. slamming apple. the feds fire back in a fiery battle over cracking the san bernardino killers' iphone, andow trump calling for a boycott. hoverboard crackdown after dozens of fires, some burning homes to the ground, the government says enough. a major new warning that could lead to an outright ban. walking free. after four decades locked in solitary confinement, a stunning twist in one of the most infamous cases in modern american history. and harper lee dies at 89. we remember the legendary elusive offer of "to kill a mockingbird." "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt

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