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than 24 hours... found!what it took to track him down... and why his family was so worried! 3 and the results are in!what does the iowa caucus mean going forward?the winners, the losers... and the impact south carolina will have on the race. 3 and storms are blasting through the southeast. i'll show you when they arrive for us 3 good afternoon. i'm cody alcorn. alcorn.and i'm diana watson. scattered showers are popping up across our area this afternoon...and a heavier round of rain is moving in! in!we want to get right over to chief meteorologist kendra kent for a first check of the weather.kendra... 3 heavy rain is on the way for early wednesday, along with a few t-storms. skies clear wednesday night with our next chance for rain/snow coming late sunday into monday.spotty showers, clouds and fog will linger into tonight with temperatures actually warming into the 60s during the overnight hours. heavy rain
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the mountains, mainly after 7 a.m. the line of heavy rain and embedded t-storms will push into the upstate and northeast georgia between 8 a.m. and noon. isolated strong storms are possible with damaging wind being the primary threat. 3 ((wrap up)) 3 now lets send it over to the pit crew traffic center. 3 we're watching: watching:
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3 here's a live look at the s.c.d.o.t. cam on-- 3 back to you guys: 3 the carolina panthers are gearing up for super bowl 50---- 3 we're live in san jose, california...where in just five days...the panthers will take on peyton manning and the denver broncos. broncos.carolina's q-b is talking about the big matchup as we speak...let's listen in...
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3 we'll have more from san jose coming up in a live report with sports director aaron cheslock...a little later in the show! 3 as you decide 20-16---- 3 the votes are in from the iowa cauceses.. and winnersfor the republican and democratic parties..are in the books. 3 and now that we know the winners..ted cruz and hillary clinton...many of you may be thinking.. what does iowa have to do with me?well one political analyst.. says iowa is more importantthan you may think thinkfox carolina's jennifer
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convention centerin greenville where one caucus winner.. continues to campaign for votes. 3 senator ted cruz won the republican iowa cuacus last nightand he will be here in about an hour for what's being called a postiowa rally. and that political analyst we talked to says..iowa.. determines who can build or lose momentum. 3 3 3 it's the political playoffsthe players... have started their groundgames. and winners are chosen at the iowa caucuses. caucuses. 3 "it's really the starting line for the real campaign."brent nelsen is a political science professor at furman university- he says the iowa caucuses act as a filter.. filter.. 3 3 3 "now for most voters who haven't really been paying a lot of attention to the race, you're now just looking at a few candidates."on the democratic side..competition is tight- nearly a tie tie 3 "it's hillary clinton versus bernie sanders."hillary
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projected winner in iowa.. iowa..but nelsen says the republican race is a bit different different 3 "we have three major candidates- cruz, trump and rubio."senator ted cruz.. cruz..beat billionaire real estate mogul donald trump..who is still leading in national polls.. but nelsen says that could change change 3 "if his supporters say- i've supported trump because he looked like a winner- now he doesn't look like a winner, so i'm going to look for other people."but iowans haven't always chosen the nominee..in fact rick santorum won in iowa back in 2012-but his campaign quickly tanked tanked 3 "iowa doesn't often choose the winner, but it does choose who the competitors are going to be."and nelsen says that's why those caucuses are so important.. and he says candidates.. create a new game plan and focus on the south south 3 "we are the state that is quite different than the other two. we have a large african american population.
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south- candidates have to be able to show they can win all parts of the country.'because a political play-off win in iowa.. doesn't mean you punch your ticketas the nominee... which could lead to the big win.. the white house. 3 coming up later in the newscast we'll have more on how the iowa votescould affect south caroilna voters.live in greenville jennifer phillips fox caroilna the four oclock news. 3 there are now 11 candidates vying for the republican party's nominaton after mike huckabee suspended his campaign.there will be a gop debate in greenville on saturday february 13-th... ahead of the palmetto state primary on february 20-th. 20-th.and just one week after that--the democratic candidates will face off in south carolina for their primary on february 27-th.last night...martin omalley dropped out of the running.remember for details on all the candidates head to fox carolina dot com.
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3 a man missing from his anderson county home almost 24 hours...has been found safe in abbeville county. 3 let's get right out to andrew reeser who is at the anderson county sheriffs office...he has been following this story all day... 3 deputies tell us clarence smith...the 55 year old man with health and mental challenges who wandered away from his home in anderson county yesterday...has been located. 3 take a look...this was the scene just a few hours ago at his home on brick mill road.. deputies say smith lived with his sister there...but yesterday around 1pm he wandered off and never returned. today, multiple agencies were out looking for him...k9s were searching... there was a foot search...but we learned moments ago he was
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and sound. the scary part about this was that he suffers from epilepsy and has some mental challenges...according to his brother, who we spoke with earlier this afternoon. his brother tells me he came to pick smith up for a doctors appointment...when they realized he hadnt come back. 3 3 3 3 "he wanders around the woods and peddles around the house but he has never wandered off. and normally he would call me, and he was aware that he had an appointment this morning." morning." 3 3 "sheriffs office had requested us to come out after they had sent out their tracking dogs just to check the wooded area around the house." house." 3 smith's brother told me he was afraid he had gotten into a car with someone...but once again he has been found safe in abbeville county... 3 right now it's unclear what he was doing there or how he got there...but surely a happy ending to what has been a very
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live in anderson county andrew reeser the four o clock news. 3 happening now---- 3 the giraffe family at the greenville zoo...is now a family of three!!this morning autumn gave birth to a calf! this is a live look from the zoo's earthcam inside t giraffe barn... barn... 3 the earthcam 3 actually showed a live feed of
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you...this video we're about to show you of the birth is graphic. graphic.baby giraffe watch 20-16 officially came to an end just before 6-30 this morning!after a few moments...the baby began stirring...and autumn nuzzled her newborn!then just after seven...the baby made its way to its feet and took its first steps!the giraff's father--walter--looked on from the next stall!the zoo director says the newborn calf is healthy and is expected to start nursing today!we also caught up with greenville zoo veterinarian christy belcher who tells us right now...they are closely monitoring the newest member of the giraffe family by the web cams--just like the rest of the world! 3 3 3 "so we're using that to, you know, not distract mama. we want the mom and baby to bond right now, so we're checking the camera pretty frequently. if we see anything where we need to step in and make any intervention, then we can. what everyone's seeing at home from around the world, that's
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it's pretty unique to share this opportunity." opportunity."zookeepers will perform a physical exam to determine the sex of the calf in the next day or so.the greenville zoo foundation is offering people the chance to make a donation and suggest a name for the new giraffe!a winner will be picked...and a name will be announced along with the calf's gender on friday february 12-th...when the zoo re-opens after it's annual maintenance. 3 an upstate mom... pushes for answers! answers!her son was left alone on a school bus... and she says she wasn't told for hours! her story... and reaction from the school, straight ahead. 3 plus... if you have odd jobs around the house...do you -do it yourself- or hire someone to help?angie's list breaks
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3 we're back with weather and traffic every 10 minutes---- 3 chief meteorologist kendra kent joins us now with a look at the forecast---- 3 heavy rain is on the way for early wednesday, along with a few t-storms. skies clear
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chance for rain/snow coming late sunday into monday.spotty showers, clouds and fog will linger into tonight with temperatures actually warming into the 60s during the overnight hours. heavy rain arrives wednesday morning in the mountains, mainly after 7 a.m. the line of heavy rain and embedded t-storms will push into the upstate and northeast georgia between 8 a.m. and noon. isolated strong storms are possible with damaging wind being the primary threat.skies will slowly clear during the afternoon with temperatures in the 60s and breezy winds.
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wednesday night with lows in the 30s and 40s.thursday and friday will be cooler with sunny skies. highs will only reach the 50s for the upstate and upper 40s in the mountains. another storm approaches for this weekend, but shouldn't impact our area until sunday night. it's a low pressure that will track to our south as it looks now. the track would bring rain for the upstate and snow in the mountains, but if that track or the intensity of the storm changes, we could be looking at a heightened threat for winter weather outside the mountains. we'll keep you posted on how the system
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3 3 for weather 24 hours a day, log on to fox carolina dot com and click on the weather tab 3 ((wrap up)) 3 now lets send it over to chris scott in the pit crew traffic center. 3 we're watching: state park rd @ poinsett hwy/injurieshudson rd @ old spartanburg rd rd3 here's a live look at the s.c.d.o.t. cam on--pit crew traffic sponsored the carolina law group 3 we're working to get more information about a deadly crash in greenville county.the crash happened on mckittrick road just a short time ago. right now, details are limited but we do know it was a single-car cra...our crew at
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a dump truck ran off the road and hit a tree.we will bring you more information as we get it...on air and online at foxcarolina.com. 3 back to you guys: 3 we're partnering with angie's list to bring you stories that affect your family's health, home, and finances---- 3 with a home improvement store on every corner and do-it- yourself tv shows on 24-7, many people now attempt all kinds of complex projects around the house, but angie's list has new data that shows a lot of us are putting our free time first and hiring out some simple chores. 3 but how much is your time worth?fox carolina's ashley minelli has the anser in today's angie's list report- 3 3 3 3 3 long commutes and full family schedules are like music to the ears of companies that focus on yard work, house cleaning and handyman services. services. 3 "with people as busy as they are, especially with their kids in lots of activities, a lot of time you find that they're hiring out more chores than we used to whether it be
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lawn or cleaning the gutters." gutters." 3 a january survey of nearly 2,500 angie's list members asked where home services dollars were going. professional yard work topped the list last year and is expected to again in 2016. another interesting statistic: nearly 20 percent of homeowners will hand their chore list - house cleaning, carpet cleaning and odd jobs - over to a pro to increase free time. time. 3 "in a recent angie's list survey, we found that 48 percent of the members plan to outsource yard work, and a third of them plan to outsource housecleaning this year." year." 3 "they're fixing problems all day long with the kids, whatever it might be, with the job. they come home and now they've got to caulk windows or change out a faucet and that's the last thing they want to do, so they want someone else to solve their problems for them." them." 3 price does a lot of window caulking, faucet replacement and fence fixing that don't require a lot of expertise or a license, but just the time and tools to get it done. he says it's common to charge a flat rate instead of hourly,
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feel shortchanged if the job is done well, but fast. fast. 3 "although the technician was able to complete the task seemingly easily and with speed, does not mean as a homeowner that you would do it as easily and as quickly."with this week's angie's list, ashley minelli, the four o'clock news. 3 if you're a first-time handyman hire-er, angie says you can save money by grouping small projects together to make the pro'o'time more efficient and to save repeat trips. also, you need to completely trust any service provider coming to your house regularly, so do a thorough background check and get at least three references before hiring. 3 on the fox carolina money watch---- 3 a sea of red on wall street- the dow falls nearly 300 points to 16,154. 16,154.and the nasdaq down more than 100 points to 4,517. 3 cracking down on insurance fraud! fraud!south carolina's attorney general... says it costs all of us billions of dollars!and that our state
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it!plus... it's not every day a tiger stops by...a clemson tiger that is!we're there for one life-long fan's big surprise!
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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 ]
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an honest leader building a movement with you to give e a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. we're back with weather and
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minutes---- 3 heavy rain is on the way for early wednesday, along with a few t-storms. skies clear wednesday night with our next chance for rain/snow coming late sunday into monday.spotty showers, clouds and fog will linger into tonight with temperatures actually warming into the 60s during the overnight hours. heavy rain arrives wednesday morning in the mountains, mainly after 7 a.m. the line of heavy rain and embedded t-storms will push into the upstate and northeast georgia between 8 a.m. and noon. isolated strong storms are possible with damaging wind being the primary threat. 3 3 ((wrap up)) 3 3 now lets send it over to chris
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3 we're watching: watching: 3 here's a live look 3 here's a live look at the s.c.d.o.t. cam on-- 3 3 3 still to come--a mother is outraged after she says her son was left on board a greenville school bus! bus!she tells us he fell asleep...and the driver didn't realize it!why she's upset the school didnt' handle the mishap differently! differently!plus... what does the outcome of last night's iowa caucuses mean?the candidates look toward south carolina... as the presidential race heats up!
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3 we're back with weather and traffic together every 10 minutes----it's a gray, drizzly afternoon out...and a heavier round of rain is moving in soon... soon...let's check in with chief meteorologist kendra kent... 3 heavy rain is on the way for early wednesday, along with a few t-storms. skies clear wednesday night with our next chance for rain/snow coming late sunday into monday.spotty showers, clouds and fog will linger into tonight with temperatures actually warming into the 60s during the overnight hours. heavy rain arrives wednesday morning in the mountains, mainly after 7 a.m. the line of heavy rain and embedded t-storms will push into the upstate and northeast georgia between 8 a.m. and noon. isolated strong storms are possible with
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primary threat. 3 3 ((wrap up)) 3 now lets send it over to chris scott in the pit crew traffic center. 3 3 we're watching: watching: 3 here's a live look at the s.c.d.o.t. cam on-- 3 back to you guys: 3 as you decide 20-16---- 3 the iowa caucuses are over and we now know the winners. hillary clinton is declared the winner.. for the democrats and senator ted cruz won .. the republican caucus 3 and now political analysts say the focus is the south.
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phillips is live at the t-d- convention center where ted cruz is expectedto make an appearance in about an hour. 3 we're here at the t-d- convention centerwhere ted cruz is expected to host a post iowa victory rally.and a political analyst says.. iowa is importantbecause it determines momentum. 3 brent nelsen is a political science professor at furman university-he says the iowa caucuses act as a filter..and either candidates gain momentum or they lose it. hillary clinton won for the democrats in what some calleda dead heat with bernie sanders. and as we mentioned .. senator ted cruz.. beat donald trump.. who is still leading in national polls.and even though we know the winners in iowa.. those winners don't necessarily become the nominees.in fact.. nelsen says iowa is important because voters from othersstates ..
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candidates before they make a decision. 3 3 3 3 "attention is going to start focusing on those top individuals who got the tickets coming out of iowa." iowa.""so, now people in south carolina can say- what do i think about cruz? what do i thinkg about trump? what do i think about rubio? 3 3 nelsen says that's how voters feel about the democrats too. who do we choose- clinton.. or sanders?and he says it's important that those top candidates can prove they can win in the south.. and throughout the country. 3 tonight's rally is being called cruz-mentum.. and it's expected to start about 6-30. but doors open at 5-30.the event is free.. but we're told there is limited seating.live in greenville jennifer phillips fox carolina the four oclock news. 3 there are now 11 candidates vying for the republican party's nominaton after mike huckabee suspended his
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debate in greenville on saturday february 13-th... ahead of the palmetto state primary on february 20-th. 20-th.and just one week after that--the democratic candidates will face off in south carolina for their primary on february 27-th.last night...martin omalley dropped out of the running.remember for details on all the candidates head to fox carolina dot com. 3 now to a developing story---- 3 two lawsuits filed by the family of tucker hipps have been consolidated...and will be decided together in one trial. trial.as the oconee county sheriff's office continues to investigate the death of the 19-year-old clemson student... his parents filed two lawsuits for wrongful death and survival action.each lawsuit sought up to 25-million in damages for the family's loss. the order to consolidate the lawsuits was signed last week. week.the lawsuits allage that hipps was forced to walk along a narrow bridge railing by members of his signma alpha epspson fraternity.hipps was found dead in lake hartwell beneath a bridge near clemson
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14.the defendants listed in the family's lawsuits include the local chapter of the fraternity, which has since disbanded; the national sig ep chapter; three former members of the local fraternity; and clemson university. university.you can read the entired combine lawsuit on our website...foxcarolina.com.the trial is expected to last at least two weeks...and include testimony from 10 experts and at least 50 witnesses. 3 new at four---- 3 a greenville mother says she had a shocking discovery when she went to pick up her son from school on monday. monday.jenee greer says when she went to pick up her son from quest leadership academy monday afternoon--the principal informed her that the driver forgot her son onboard the bus.greer says her son had fallen asleep on the way to school and when he woke up...he was all alone. 3 3 3 "anything could have happened to him. my son h h asthma. he could've had a panic attack or anything. it's just ridiculous. y'all waited that late. and that's more so my anger is- that y'all waited that wait to call me and say
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he didn't get off the bus. he didn't eat breakfast that morning." morning."we reached out to quest leadership for comment. their principal calandra davis tells us that they contacted mrs greer as soon as they investigated the incident. davis says they contract out their transportation services and the driver was disciplined. she says the school will be meeting with that transporation provider to review their policies and procedures.we've reached out to that company...but have not heard back.we will have the school's full statement on the incident up on our website. 3 new information at four---- 3 attorney general alan wilson is working to tackle the issues of insurance fraud--a problem he says is plaguing the state of south carolina. carolina.wilson spoke at the south carolina insurance fraud summit this morning-where he stated that fraud need to be better pursued.he says an estimated *80-billion dollars is lost to insurance fraud every year ... and that south carolina ranks *last in spending to combat this problem!a-g wilson says frauds
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recent years...and that the state needs more resources to combat the problem! 3 3 3 "if you have insurance, who do you think's absorbing the cost of that fraud? when the fraud happens to the insurance companies, they don't absorb it and swallow it, that has to go to the consumer" consumer""it gets absorbed and passed on to the people who are either paying the taxes on the premiums or who are paying the premiums themselves." themselves."wilson says the state currently has three insurance fraud investigators...and that they're in the process of hiring a fourth.he's also pushing to pass a bill that would give the state grand jury the ability to prosecute fraud suspects.he says the legislation should include a forfeiture clause--which would require suspects who cannot pay restitution to turn over personal property. 3 still to come--a special surprise for a lifelong tigers fan and hospice patient! patient!some of his fondest memories are of clemson!we're there as family and friends come together for a surprise party...with a special appearance by the tigers mascot!
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jose where the panthers are gearing up for super bowl 50! we're just five days away from the big game!and we've got all the coverage leading up to it...right here on fox carolina! carolina! 3 3 3 (vo) if you have type 2 diabetes, you may know what it's like to deal with high... and low blood sugar. januvia (sitagliptin) is a once-daily pill that, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar. januvia works when your blood sugar is high and works less when your blood sugar is low, because it works by enhancing your body's own ability to lower blood sugar. plus januvia, by itself, is not likely to cause weight gain
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3 we're back with weather and traffic together every 10 minutes---- 3 the eyes of the country were on the groundhog punxzutawny phill and his yearly prediction for this groundhog day..but the staff at chimney rock state park say they have a more accurate groundhog.. groundhog..this is grady the groundhog..and today he didn't see his shadow..so there is a chance spring may be closer than we think...this is the 7th year he's made his prediction for the end of winter..and has quite the track record.. 3 3
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whereas phil is 30% so we think that's pretty awesome and we are proud of his predicitions so we will see if he's correct.. correct..grady also selected the superbowl winner this year..the bad news is that he picked the broncos..the good news is that he was wrong in his selection last year.. 3 kendra's here with a look at
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3 3 heavy rain is on the way for early wednesday, along with a few t-storms. skies clear wednesday night with our next chance for rain/snow coming late sunday into monday.spotty showers, clouds and fog will linger into tonight with temperatures actually warming into the 60s during the overnight hours. heavy rain arrives wednesday morning in the mountains, mainly after 7 a.m. the line of heavy rain and embedded t-storms will push into the upstate d northeast georgia between 8 a.m. and noon. isolated strong
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damaging wind being the primary threat.skies will slowly clear during the afternoon with temperatures in the 60s and breezy winds. expect partly cloudy skies wednesday night with lows in the 30s and 40s.thursday and friday will be cooler with sunny skiki. highs will only reach the 50s for the upstate and upper 40s in the mountains. another storm approaches for this weekend, but shouldn't impact our area until sunday night. it's a low pressure that will track to our south as it looks now. the track would bring rain for the upstate and snow in the mountains, but if that track or the intensity of the storm changes, we could be looking at a heightened threat for winter weather outside the mountains. we'll keep you posted on how the system evolves.be sure to check out
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for more on the forecast and interactive radar
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3 and make sure to download our new fox carolina weather app. you can get the latest weather info on the go, as well as get alerts on watches and warnings for your area.just test carolina weather to 23765 to download! 3 now lets send it over to chris scott in the pit crew traffic center. 3
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3 here's a live look 3 at the s.c.d.o.t. cam on--pit crew traffic 3 sponsored by the carolina law group 3 back to you guys: 3 the panthers are gearing up for super bowl 50---- 3 and preparations are going on all week in the bay area... 3 sports director aaron cheslock joins us live from san jose where the panthers are wrapping up their press conferences for the day... aaron? 3 off day for the players..many of them came in for treatment or to study tape..injury updates: thomas davis looks good to go, rivera says if davis says he's good to go, "i wouldn't doubt him"busy night at media day last night.. rivera says it's tricky to
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game itself... but when it comes down to it, when it's time to play, make sure you're ready to go...3 3 3 "to me the super bowl is two
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there are certain things that go on at the event, but also part of it is that it's a game. and there's certain elements of when you're working and preparing you've got to be where you are. i have a friend who says be where your feet are. so the bottom line is when it's time to work, time to meet, time to practice be there. and eventually comes sunday when it's time to play, be there." 3 coming up tonight at 10 we'll have much more from rivera, cam newtwon and the team as they prep for sunday.ve in san jose, aaron cheslock, the
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3 and don't forget...fox carolina will have live coverage from san francisco for super bowl 50 all week long on the ten o'clock news! news!and on saturday february the 6th at 7-p-mbe sure to catch the panthers pursuit of the title - for one on one interviews and everything panthers in the hours before the big game. 3 new at four---- 3 a greenville man in the care of hospice is celebrating one of his loves in life--the clemson tigers! tigers!this morning family, friends, and staff members surprised gary johns at the gardens at eastside assisted living facility!johns is a lifelong clemson fan!he now suffers from dementia...but his loved ones say he still talks about clemson often! johns was at the orange bowl in 19-82 when the tigers won the national championship!and today...johns' hospice nurse had organized a clemson-themed party for him...with a visit from the mascot and all! 3 3 3
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every since i was a kid, i was raised on orange orange 3 3 you can't spell hospice without hope and this is giving our patients dignity at the end of their life. when they don't have a lot to look forward to this is something that brightens his day. 3 in addition to the tiger mascot...the bash featured cupcakes...and of course...lots of orange and purple! 3 later today---- 3 the curtains will open at the peace center for one of the most highly-acclaimed shows of the year..."matilda the musical!" musical!"the show is based on the beloved novel by roald dahl!it's sold out audeinces of all ages on broadway...and now...all the fun and entertainment is coming to greenville!this morning...we caught up with cast members from the musical who were visiting students at stone academy...where they held a song writing workshop! 3 3
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that everybody can do. some of the best songs i have ever seen written are written by third and forth graders that i was working with." with."again-the first showing of "matilda the musical" is tonight at 7-30 at the peace center!the play runs through sunday!for more on showtimes and tickets...just visit the as seen on section of foxcarolina.com! 3 stick around for news you need to 3 know at four... four...a look at the new family of three!autumn the giraffe gives birth to a calf at the greenville zoo!we'll tell you about the new addition...who's birth was
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hey, guys, it's annie. now, if you're anything like me, you're always looking for ways to save money, especially when it comes to your weekly grocery trip. well, with walmart every day low prices, saving money while keeping the pantry full... that's easier than you think. in head-to-head shopping, the total at walmart beat that of bi-lo. greenville, the total amount saved atat walmart vs. bi-lo was $27.40 on this week's groceries - that's 19%. so head to walmart and see what you could save with their every day low prices. (vo) want to be happy with your next vehicle purchase? at enterprise, we guarantee it. head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone...
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3 we're back with news you need to know---- 3 we're learning more about a deadly crash in greenville county. county.the crash happened on mckittrick road just after one this afternoon.troopers say a trash truck was headed west
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right side of the road--then hit a tree and overturned.the driver's name has not been released.we'll bring you any updates on this accident tonight at 10 and online. 3 the rutherford county sheriff's office is asking for information about a burglary at the chase high school baseball stadium. stadium.deputies say more than three-thousand dollars worth of baseball equipment was stolen sometime between 5 saturday evening and just before 2 monday afternoon. deputies say the theft is a devastating loss to both the players and the communities just before the start of the season.anyone with information on the burglary is asked to call crime stoppers at the number on your screen. 3 the giraffe family at the greenville zoo...is now a family of three!! three!!just before 6-30 this morning...autumn gave birth to a calf!about a half hour later...the baby made its way to its feet and took its first steps!zookeepers will perform a physical exam to determine
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comng days!and the greenville zoo foundation is offering people the chance to make a donation and suggest a name for the new giraffe!a winner will be picked...and a name will be announced on february 12-th! 3 now time for weather and traffic together every 10 minutes---- - 3 3 heavy rain is on the way for early wednesday, along with a few t-storms. skies clear wednesday night with our next chance for rain/snow coming late sunday into monday.spotty showers, clouds and fog will linger into tonight with temperatures actually warming into the 60s during the overnight hours. heavy rain arrives wednesday morning in the mountains, mainly after 7 a.m. the line of heavy rain and embedded t-storms will push into the upstate and northeast georgia between 8 a.m. and noon. isolated strong storms are possible with damaging wind being the primary threat. 3 3 ((wrap up)) 3 now lets send it over to chris scott in the pit crew traffic center. 3
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watching: 3 here's a live look at the s.c.d.o.t. cam on-- 3 back to you guys: 3 we're only days away from the super bowl...and fox carolina sports director aaron cheslock is with the panthers. panthers.watch for his live reports tonight on the ten oclock news.... as we countdown to the big game. 3 and we'll show you how spartanburg is rallying behind the team.tonight at ten... what you'll see all over the city and the way fans can get involved.
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3 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,
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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 to give us a future to believe in.
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