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a search is underway for a double murder suspect, accused of cutting off his ankle monitor and running off. it is 5:00, i am myra ruiz. dale: i am in for pamela. it is chilly this morning. a jacket or sweater will feel good. by this afternoon, temperatures will be in the middle 50's for the upstate. 40's for the mountains. the southeast is clear with no precipitation problems to deal with for the next couple of days. we will see a warm-up. temperatures are chilly. 32 in asheville. 30 and abbeville. 29 in greenwood. if you're going to the lake, have a warm jacket for the morning, then the sun will be nice and the breezes will be later. a little breeze at six miles per
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middle 50's for greenville, spartanburg, anderson, and asheville-henderson. it gets better tomorrow. we will talk about that in a few minutes. myra: turning to "commitment 2016" coverage, a second busy weekend for poll workers. the polls open at 7:00 as letters take part in the primary. hillary clinton and bernie sanders battled it out in the midlands, making stops in orangeburg and columbia at the same time. they rallied at south carolina state university. mrs. clinton: there is a big divide between what i believe, what president obama believes, what congressman clyburn believes and so many others, and what you're hearing from the republican candidates. that's why getting involved is not only a good thing, but essential.
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: south carolina gets arrested for possession of marijuana, what happens? you may go to jail, you get a what? you have a police record. you're a wall street executive whose greed and behavior help destroy the american economy. what happens to you? you get a salary increase is what happens to you. myra: hillary clinton will be in columbia for primary watch party. sanders will be in texas and minnesota, getting ready for super tuesday. we have a few reminders. if your voter registration card does not have your picture you will need a state issued id or federal military id. the polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. if you are in line at 7:00 tonight, you will be allowed to vote.
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primary, you will not be allowed to vote in the democratic primary. you can find a ballot on the wyff4.com and mobile app. poll suggests hillary clinton should win, but will bernie sanders be able to keep the election close? nikole killion is in our washington newsroom with a -- washington newsroom. nikole: palmetto primary, where democratic demographics present a key test. marc: being able to win the minority vote in big numbers is critical for democrats. nikole: analysts say african americans are anticipated to make-up over half of south carolina's democratic primary voters, a constituency that could be critical for hillary clinton after losing the state to president obama in 2008. mr. kraushaar: in 2008 barack obama cleaned up with african americans, won a huge majority obama did in that election. now, african-americans like hillary clinton. rep. clyburn: we need a real fighter. nikole: clinton has already secured the backing of prominent south carolina congressman jim clyburn, and courted communities of color with appearances by
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violence. but bernie sanders has rolled out his own big endorsements, from actor danny glover to director spike lee, who cut this radio ad. >> when bernie gets to the white house, he will do the right thing. nikole: hoping to chip away at clinton's support. marc: if, for some reason, bernie sanders soars in south carolina, it's a real headache for hillary clinton. nikole: most polls show sanders trailing clinton by double -digits in south carolina, but the vermont senator insists he's not writing off the state. in washington, i'm nikole killion. myra: we have the latest last-minute tips on our website, wyff4.com, and on the wyff 4 mobile app. you can find live election results as the numbers come in. starting at 6:00, we will have team coverage across the state.
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and coverage from a bernie sanders watch party. we will have live updates on air when the polls close. looking at the republican side as they push toward super tuesday and rivals have become allies with chris christie backing donald trump. the new jersey governor hurled verbal jabs at trump on the campaign trail. no, christie says there is no one better prepared to lead the country. he suspended his campaign after he didn't perform well in the new hampshire primary. that comes after a heated gop debate where many attacks were aimed at trump. marco rubio led the attacks. yesterday, he held a rally in texas. he unleashed a verbal assaults against the republican front-runner calling him a "call it art is" with a spotty business record who inherited his wealth.
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town hall. he fielded questions on a variety of subjects, including immigration. the central theme was donald trump. he said the debate gave voters a chance to see the differences between himself and donald trump . john kasich was in memphis holding a town hall at the holiday inn. his campaign announced that former new jersey governor christie whitman will be backing the governor. dr. ben carson spoke about medical innovation and took questions at the tmc innovative institute. he ramped up the day with a visit to irving, texas for a town hall. in greenville county, the search continues were double murder suspect on the run. bradford williams is accused of shooting and killing two people at a nightclub in 2014. he was released from jail in january with an ankle monitoring device as part of a home
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he cut off his ankle monitor on thursday morning. he has friends and family in the taylors area, oconee county, and anderson county. if you see him, call 911. in the low country, a deputy is recovering after being shot on the job. kimber gist is from woodruff. she tried to stop a suspicious vehicle. that is when she got into a scuffle with the suspect, who shot her twice. the suspect was involved with a standoff with police in north charleston, and was found dead due to a self-inflicted gunshot wound. kimber gist is doing well after surgery. we will explain what is bringing
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michelin in the upland to a stop . several high school teams will take part in the upper state basketball finals. dale: it is all clear from our various pictures. no precipitatio i think that if one were to look at the qualifications of the candidates and really reflect upon what our country can be, and look at who can best get us to that place. i think it's hands down hillary clinton. hillary is the only candidate i trust to fight the injustice too many feel and build on the president's progress, not rip it away. my heart has always been with hillary clinton.
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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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myra: more slowdowns are expected on interstate 85. construction shot down lane starting at 8:00 last night. it happens in both directions between mile marker 63 and 67 between the exit for highway 290 and 191. you can take another way if you like. they will reopen the lanes around midnight tonight. disappointment continues this morning for those who recruit industry for oconee county. michelin north america will not by 320 acres. the project would have created 200 jobs along highway 59, and cost $250 million. richard blackwell of the oconee county economic alliance says that michelin let its options on the land expire, but the county is optimistic the project will
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the county will pursue other tenants in the meantime. it is a no landmark in anderson. the building is full of memories for julie johnson and jenny fretwell, 2 of george bailes sr.'s grandchildren. he bought the building in the 1900's, renovated, and opened the department store. >> one of our favorite memories is running up and down the escalator when we were young. the first one in south carolina. playing in the store, going down to the bargain-basement. afterwards, going to woolworth's to eat at the counter. myra: it has been opened since the 1960's, but it has always been known as the bailes building. a reminder to you in greenberg and spartanburg counties, it is the last weekend to recycle
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shift your thinking about buying your next one. they served our country. our country should serve them better. bernie sanders cracked the gridlock with john mccain to help clean up the mess at the v.a. and strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders has always stood with our veterans, and that's why he'll never rush to put our men and women in harm's way. judgment. integrity. bernie.
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>> now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. dale: good morning. it is 5:16. a lot of things are going on across the area looking from i-385 and woodruff road. no problems weather-wise, no precipitation. we had snow in the mountains of north carolina, now we are only seeing spots in the ohio-area and west virginia. we will warm up. today will be cool, going from the lower 30's this morning -- greenwood is cooler than greenville at 29 degrees. laurens at 30. abbeville 30. if it going to the lake this morning, a warm coat would be good for the early morning.
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by the end of the day, upper 50's for the upstate and mid to upper 50's in the piedmont. the mountains will be pushing near 50. slightly cooler than what wee normally see, but the wind is light. here is the average on a 30-year basis. normally 37 in the morning climbing to 60. 50 five is what we look for today. the record is 81, set in 1986. looking at the asheville regional airport, 54 is the norm . 47 to 50 is the best we will see today. a record of 78 was set in 1996. we can still have cold days, but we gradually see the averages creep up going from february into march. we are seeing chilly temperatures from the canadian border down to atlanta. clear skies and sunshine ahead.
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of 54 to 55 by 5:00. the asheville-area will see early clouds and mostly sunny in the afternoon with upper 40's to 50's. tomorrow, 62 to 64 with a nice bump up in temperatures. the mild weather will continue into monday. a few clouds on monday with a chance of showers by tuesday. it will only be rain, we are not worried about ice or snow until friday in the mountains where there might be a rain/snow mix early, but that will change to rain. myra: we have had a rough february with all of the wind and ice. dale: the storms that came through midweek. today and tomorrow are beautiful. myra: pennsylvania farms were hit hard by this week's tornadoes. they are getting a helping hand
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businesses. cleanup started almost immediately after the af 2 tornado on wednesday the hit lancaster county. a lot of heavy equipment and volunteers from the amish community are helping. the cleanup is expect it to continue through the weekend. roads are closed to allow equipment to roll through. no one was injured. we're learning more about a deadly shooting in kansas. police have identified the man who was allegedly behind the attacks. three people died and 14 were hurt. the shooting happened at excel industries, a plant that makes lawnmower parts, north of wichita. the gunman was identified as 38-year-old cedric ford. he was served a protection from abuse order on thursday just before he opened fire. the first officer on the scene took down the shooter single-handedly.
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student after crash nearly sent a school bus over hillside in pennsylvania. the driver and one middle school student were on the bus when it crashed into a guardrail near indiana township. the driver went to make a right-hand turn, misjudged, hit the guardrail, sending the bus over the edge. no one was hurt. the incident was purely an accident, the driver will not be arged. the latest in the zika virus outbreak. 9 pregnant women have been in acted with the virus. according to the centers for disease control and prevention 10 other cases are suspected. all of the women had travel to countries where the zika virus is spreading. michigan's governor has
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in aid to help flint water bills in the wake of the lead tainted water crisis. he signed the legislation yesterday, saying people should not pay for water they can drink. they will pay for 65% of the water portion bills. residents are still responsible for the sewer portion of the bill. >> this is about having urgency, using common sense, working together, and solving the issue -- taking this problem on directly. myra: according to michigan's governor this brings total emergency funding to flint to $70 million. blend, michigan is not the only city dealing with lead in the water. ithaca, new york shut off the drinking water to its schools. testing in january found unsafe levels of lead in the water. the county and state health departments are involved. the school district is providing
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back in the upstate, the upperstate boys and girls basketball championships continue later today at the bons secours arena here in greenville. wren and dreher squared off in the first game last night. the lady hurricanes from wren considered it a home game, because their school is only miles away, and they had a large crowd supporting them. >> that's kind of been our motto. we don't loose at home. there are several of those seniors who have never lost a home ball game. we're in a home uniform. we're in greenville, 20-minutes away, so we hope we got the home court still. >> i know what it's going to be like, and i am ready. i'm excited. >> bring it on. >> yes, sir. [laughter] myra: wren fought hard, trailing by 10-points most of the game, but they staged a 4th quarter comeback and got within 2-points, but finished a little short. there will be 3 other boys and girls championship games starting at 11:00 a.m. several people have been displaced after a fire at the
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the solutions recovery center houses recovering alex and alcoholics as part of their sober living program. the fire displaced 20 residents. the executive director says they did have a place to sleep last night. >> as a company, i'm not worried about losing an apartment complex. my main concern is where these guys will live, housing them, and making sure they do not lose a step myra:. the cause of the fire is under investigation. an upstate teacher is without a job and faces charges after police say she had a student. 40-year-old brandy overmyer faces third-degree assault charges. she no longer works at the sanders middle school. the superintendent says this type of behavior cannot and will not be tolerated in laurens school district 55. in anderson county, the highway
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a toyota corolla was found on the side of michelin boulevard. the hit and run happened before 11:00 on tuesday morning near airport road. a tow truck diver and customer hit by the driver, suffering non-life-threatening injuries. if he can help identify the driver of this new you go, call police immediately. the executive director and former timpanist for the greenwood symphony orchestra has died. sherwood mobley posted online her husband had been battling an acute illness for the past two months, he died yesterday morning, and she thanked people for their prayers. he joined the orchestra in 1991 as the principal 10 thinnest. he was named the executive director in 2014. your timeline, on this day in 1973, members of the american
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three-day occupation in the hamlet of wounded knee in south dakota, that is where a massacre occurred of 300 sioux. federal agents hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together
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dale: here's a picture of gives field. winds are calm. with clear skies, temperatures drop overnight this time of the
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it is pretty chilly. 28 degrees. at least we don't have that wind. myra: fortunately, much calmer. we will take a look at the morning buzz. a fireball was caught on camera. check it out. that is over the southern spanish city of cordoba. according to experts, it was produced by a fragment of a commentet. that's the retort doesn't know if the fireball has relation to two others that have crashed the spanish sky. allyson: it is pretty amazing, when you see those come over the atmosphere and put on a show.
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>> you are watching live, local, breaking news with myra ruiz and weather with meteorologist pamela wright. myra: we are taking a live look in greenville this morning. quiet right now. soon, voters will be heading to the polls to vote. the search is underway this morning for a murder suspect who authorities say cut off his ankle monitor and ran off. dale: i'm dale gilbert, in for pamela. grab a coat if you are headed out early. you don't have to worry about any precipitation, but it is cold. everything is quiet here in the southeast. snow in the mountains causing some delays and closing some schools, but today, it is all
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we do see a good bit of cloud cover in the mountains, but by this afternoon, it will be sunny. some of the cold places include franklin, asheville. we are actually seeing upper 20's in parts of the upstate. let's check in with anderson county. pickens, 26 degrees. we are seeing 30 in piedmont. chilly all around. by the afternoon, mid 50's for the upstate.e. normal. tomorrow, a nice r round expected. we will look forward to low 60's and the forecast tomorrow. the warmest part of the day will be between 3:00 and 5:00. for the mountains, we will see temperatures reach the upper 40's by the afternoon. we will talk more about next
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myra: turning to a 2016 coverage now. this is a live look in greenville county at one of many poling centers across the state, a second busy weekend for poll workers, the polls open this morning at 7:00, as voters take part in south carolina's democratic primary, the candidates are making the final push. on friday, hillary clinton and bernie sanders battled it out in the midlands, making stops in orangeburg and in columbia at the same times. they rallied at claflin and south carolina state universities. >> there is a big divide between what i believe, what president obama believes, what congressman clyburn believes and so many others, and what you're hearing from the republicans. that's why getting involved is not only a good thing, but essential. >> somebody today in south carolina gets picked up for possessing marijuana. what happens?
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you get a police record. right? you're a wall street executive who's greed and behavior help destroy the american economy. what happens to you? you get a salary increase is what happens to you. myra: later tonight, hillary clinton will be in columbia for a primary watch party, meanwhile, sanders will be in texas and minnesota in preparation for super tuesday. if you are heading out to vote today, we have a few reminders for you. to vote, if your voter registration card doesn't have your picture on it, you will need a state issued id, or federally issued military id. the polls open this morning at 7:00. and close at 7:00 tonight. if you are in line at 7:00 tonight you will still be allowed to vote. also if you voted in last week's republican primary, you will not be allowed to vote in the democratic primary. and before you head to the polls, you can find a sample of
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as the demoratic candidates face off in south carolina today, the republican candidates are getting ready for super tuesday. steve handelsman is in columbia and has a look ahead. >> good morning from columbia. in south carolina today, african-americans are expected to make up the majority of voters. that seems sure to help hillary clinton to an easy win. only in vermont, bernie sanders homestay, is polling indicating he can win. likewise, on the republican side, in only once one super tuesday state, ted cruz is homestay, texas, is donald trump trailing.
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c chris christie. can donald trump and hillary clinton, both, on the same day, lock up their parties y's nominations. myra: if you plan to vote today we have all the last minute tips , you need, you can find them on our website and wyff 4 mobile app. and later tonight you can find live election results as the numbers come in. and starting tonight at 6:00. we will have live team coverage from around the state, in columbia with hilary clinton's campaign. and coverage from a bernie sanders watch party. we will also have live updates available for you with the results on air and online once the polls close. this morning, in greenville county, the search continues for a double murder suspect, who is on the run. bradford williams stands accused of shooting and killing two people at a nightclub in 2014.
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january with a ankle monitoring device as part of the home incarceration program. records show he cut off his ankle monitor thursday morning. deputies say williams has friends and family that live in the taylors area and in oconee and anderson county. if you see him you're asked to call 911. to the lowcountry now. a deputy is recovering after she was shot on the job. corporal kimber gist is from woodruff. it all began in goose creek thursday night. in berkeley county. gist was on patrol and tried to stop a suspicious vehicle. officials say that's when she got into a scuffle with the suspect, who then shot her twice. the suspect was later involved in a standoff with police in north charleston, he was found later dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. meanwhile deputies say gist is , doing well and is in good spirits after surgery. in greenville county, the family attorney of a robbery victim, killed by deputies, has plenty to say about the case. attorney fletcher smith is accusing deputies of excessive force and not following
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it stems from the death of charles rosemond on december 10th. rosen was shot by deputy dave dempsey in the head when they tried to enter his home. deputies feared that someone inside might have been hurt, after responding to calls of a robbery. the attorney claims deputies did not identify themselves before enenring. >> the family is happy that officer dempsey survived and they're happy that he's recovering. but their sense of loss is that they have a loved one that can't come home. myra: the attorney for the sheriff's office says their official answer will deny claims that deputies did not identify themselves. a greenville citadel cadet has made history at the military school. cameron massengale lost his right hand in a work accident in 2014. we caught up with him earlier this year, as he was training to
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prestigious summerall guard. we have learned that he's become a member of the elite drill platoon. being a member of the summerall guard is one of the highest honors that can be achieved at the citadel. congrats to him, as well as some upstate natives. brett albertson, nathan chew, anthony crosby, william ferguson, mason garrett. avery hyatt, michael newton. and cory taylor. coming up, we'll have a preview of tomorrow night's academy awards, and a look at who may take home the hardware. dale: there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in placece and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality.
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and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
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at greenville, a polling site for today's democratic primary. the polls will not open until 7:00 this morning, but we'll have continuing coverage of today's primary throughout the morning. tomorrow is one of the biggest nights in hollywood, the academy awards. this year's oscars is shaping up to be a race between hollywood veterans and newcomers. mike wilber takes a look at this year's top predictions. >> it isn't easy being the academy, because this year the oscar show downs are fears. kate winslet already has an oscar on the shelf, but we predict alicia vikander will beat her out for best supporting actress. >> the academy loves a newcomer . everyone is loving her in the danish girl, however kate winslet may slip in there and take it from her because they love kate winslet. >> the hollywood hunks up for best supporting actor aren't going down with out a fight. we're talking tom hardy, mark ruffalo and christian bale.
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crushing the competition on his way to the trophy. >> sylvester stallone is going to be an oscar winner. he is going to win for best supporting actor for his work in creed. everyone loves that movie . everyone loves sylvester stalone. >> when it comes to best lead actress, the odds may not be in her favor, for award show darling jennifer lawrence. she's up against saoirse ronan, charlotte rampling and c ce blanchett, but it will likely come down to jlaw. >> brie larson's winning streak will continue with the oscar for best actress. >> for best lead actor it's pretty much a shoe in. for the main event, eight films are up for best picture. >> the revenant is going to win
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myra: coming up, the irs is increasing its estimate on how many people's information was accessed during a cyber attack. dale: looking out at downtown hillary clinton: i do not believe we live in a single-issue country. the economy is rigged in favor of the top. americans haven't had a raise in 15 years.
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whether it's poison in the water... hardworking immigrant families living in fear... racism holding people back... wall street and big financial interests along with drug companies, insurance companies, big oil companies... the indifference, the negligence. that's what i want to take on. i'm running for president to root out all of these barriers... because i think america can only live up to its potential when we make sure that every american has a chance to live up to his or her potential. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. you're unpacking already? yeah, help me find some mugs. sure. (beep) hey... o.k. they'll do.
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the best part of wakin' up so, where do you want to start? i think this is a pretty good place. is folgers in your cup >> now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. dale: good morning. 5:45 is the time. the peace center skycam always gives us a preview of downtown greenville. 3-d33 degrees this morning. this time of the year, you do expect chilly mornings. typically afternoon highs a little better than what we will get to today. in the wake of the big storm that came through, we will have another day of slightly cooler
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a warmer day tomorrow. we will have a break from the cooler temperatures for monday, tuesday, wednesday. let's check on the mountain committees -- communities. highlight, 28. sylvan, 22. warm coats are needed in the mountains this morning. about the five degree difference in the matter of just a couple of counties. we have had howling winds. it is common the upstate now. normally, for this time of the year, the average would be 60 for the high. the record is 81, set back in 1996. we can have very warm springlike days, even in february.
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tomorrow, we will be above the norm, as we look forward to sunday, monday, tuesday. nationally, not a lot going on. some early clouds from the upstate. most of the country blanketed with cold weather. then, the jet stream receives milder temperatures. if you're headed down to the beach, it is still cool. we expect low 60's and upstate tomorrow. the warmest part of the day will be between 3:00 and 5:00. as we look ahead, how about some 60 degree weather. sunday, 62-64. mostly sunny on monday with upper 50's to mid 60's. tuesday, a chance for showers
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wednesday, a better chance for rain. still, mild temperatures for next week. myra: nice to see the 60's on their, especially after the chilly temperatures this week. dale: most people are saying, i'm ready for spring. myra: thanks for bringing us that good news this morning. after the largest snowfall, in nine years last week, the tallest peak in the canary islands remains covered in snow. the government of the canary islands has reopened the southern access of the national park to allow visitors to admire the unique landscape. the snowfall amounted to more than five inches, an unusual event, and freezing temperatures have kept the snow pack from melting. plows and other heavy equipment were called ino clear the roads in the park to give access to the public.
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cyberattacks on the internal revenue service may have been seven times larger than initially reported. officials say a new government review found hackers potentially accessed over taxpayer data 720,000 starting in february 2015. the irs first reported the attack in may 2015 and claimed accounts. 100,000 the agency says it will send mailings to affected taxpayers beginning monday. parents listen up. evenflo is recalling more than 56,000 combination booster seats. officials say children may have access to the seat's harness adjuster button and loosen the harness. they say this would increase the risk of injury in a crash. the recall involves evenflo's transitions 3-in-1 combination booster seats. they were manufactured before january 29th. no injuries have been reported. macy's is changing its coupon
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the retailer will no longer accept coupons for clearance items. macy's, which has long been known for its stackable dollar and percent-off coupons, says coupons can still be used on full-price and sale items. a macy's spokesperson said clearance items will still be deeply discounted, and the change is an effort to make the shopping experience easier for customers. the price of a first class stamp will soon go down. back in 2014, the u.s. postal service was granted permission to temporarily increase stamp prices. the price hike was contingent upon a planned price drop this year. that surcharge is slated to end april 10th. the cost of mailing a one ounce butter will drop from $.49 to $.47. commercial prices will also go down. one of the rarest of all the beatles records is being auctioned off next month. this record is described as the holy grail. it was the band's first and
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record contract. the song, "hello little girl" is on one side, and, "till there was you" is on the other. look, a car has pulled up. polls open at 7:00. >> a fantastic finish in the
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both clemson and south carolina our job is not to divide, our job is to bring people together. if we do not allow them to divide us up by race, by sexual orientations, by gender. by not allowing them to divide us up by whether or not we were born in america or whether we're immigrants. when we stand together: white, black, hispanic; gay or straight; woman and man. when we stand together and demand that this country work for all of us rather than a few. we will transform america,
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it will be kurt busch on the pull for sunday's race. the on-field journals got underway on friday at the nfl combine. working out for scouts. marshall may have had the most impressivesahdash of the day. lightning quick. a guy who struggled to stay healthy while in college. for what it's worth, gamecock running back brandon wilds ran a 4-5-4. the carolina panthers are working on another contract extension and raise for robe rivera. no surprise.
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extension and raise was after the 2013 season, after he was named ap coach of the year. per season. after four days off, the clemson baseball team back at it on friday. they won the season-opening series against maine, hosting james madison this weekend. 1-0 clemson. part of the fifth, chase tender into the grandstand. that was a photoshop. just one inning later, it was tendepender again. clemson beats james madison to
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jon jones made at 1-0. the gamecocks go up 2-0. next, marcus mooney, showing off the wheels. a run comes in to score. later in the inning, it is jones. right back up the middle. south carolina beats penn state in the season opener, 7-1. the upper state final, take it over the box. the boys upper state championship. bobcats down by six. bobcats down by four. seneca down. bobcats up by one at the other
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seneca with a chance to retake it. scrambled midcourt. falcons come up with a dunk at the other end to send florida to the title game. now for the girls. second quarter, nicole franks. she led with 19 points. now, a comeback in the final quarter. the lead was trimmed to 47-43. a quick 50-49 game. with five seconds left, trying to tie it. 51-49.
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>> live, local, breaking news. this is wyff news 4 today in high definition. myra: this is a live look at the sterling school, where poll workers have already showed up, getting ready to open up. in just about an hour, the polls open for the south carolina democratic primary. in other news, a search is underway for a double murder suspect, accused of cutting off his ankle monitor. dale: i'm dale gilbert, in for pamela today. we have a day that will be a
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it looks like it will be a mostly sunny day for the upstate. high-pressure keep you strive for today. monday looks good too. what are the temperatures by? it depends on where you are. very cold in western north carolina. low 20's. hendersonville, 32. a few other communities. warm jackets are definitely going to be a good idea. even 27 in spartanburg and greenwood, 29. early. by this afternoon, we see one of the good things about today, look at the winds. common the upstate.

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