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"there no doubt that we'll be back. it won't be 34 years before we come back i promise you that. our team is built to sustain success. we've got the right ingredients from a toughness stand point, talent stand point and just the will to win and the culture that we have in our program." many stars of this years clemson squad are expected to return next year, including watson. clemson is already ranked number one in an espn look ahead poll for next season. the tigers are expected back in the upstate at 8 o'clock tonight. we'll have more on the game coming up in about 20 minutes. let's take a break from the headlines to take a live look over the capital city on this brisk day in the midlands. tim miller is in the first alert weather center with the latest as this cold weather looks like it's sticking around. clear and cold this morning as we start out in
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. look forornother day with lots of sunshine however, a cold front will be moving through the state by tonight, winds will start to pick and even though the temperature will reach the middle 50s, with a stiff northwest wind, it will feel chilly much of the day. tonight, clear , breezy andnd cold, lows in the upper 20s wednesday, sunny and cold. highs middle to upper 40s. forecast gets tricky by friday as low pressure is expected to develop in the gulf and track off our coast. position o othe low and its track will determine how much rain we receive, thinking bulk of the rain remains to our south and east. 50s.
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give his last state of the union address from washington, d-c. the white house says the message will be upbeat--and the focus likely on generating support for issues like fighting climate change, tightening gun control and immigration reform. nbc's tracie potts is in washington dc and has a preview of tonight's speech. :34 - :37 :42 - :50 1:00 - 1:12 here's president obama... working on tonight's state of the union address. on the today show he reflected on promises of hope and change... with the nation more divided than ever: " it's a regret." tonight's speech will look toward america's future... beginning with an economy that's stronger than 7 years ago. more jobs... but flat wages. "part of what i hope to talk about is that if we make some good choices now, whoever the next president is, whoever's controlling the next congress, there's no reason why we shouldn't own the 21st century." california :34 - :37 "i don't think it's time for a farewewe tour. it's time to actually solve problems." critics say the president needs
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and take on the nation's debt: speaker of the house :42 - :50 "we're gonna lay out a case to republican president." south carolina governor nikki haley gives the republican addddss . in the gallery tonight: an empty chair for victims of gun violence. arizona 1:00 - 1:12 "i'd like to see another empty chair for the 250k syrians that have slaughtered and barrel bombed, starved to death and tortured by bashar assad thanks to his failed policy." for president obama tonight... policy takes a back seat to vision... and once again... pe. all the lawmakers running for president - democrat and republican - are expected to be here tonight except ted i'm tracie potts in washington - you. after the president gives the state of the union, the republicans will respond and that response will come from right here in the
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governor nikki haley will give the g-o-p's answer to the president's speech. haley has not said specifically what she'll talk about in her speech. all she has said is that she will not specifically respond to obama's speech. instead the governor says she wants to give an address of her own. state lawmakers are back at the state house today with a long list of issues to tackle. our caroline patrickis has more on what will be top priority as legislators return for session today. that's right - state lawmakers will have a lot to tackle this year, and at the forefront will likely be our state's crumbling roads and bridges. the big question as they walk into work this morning -- does the state have enough money to pay for the road repairs without a gas tax increase? and how soon will representatives and senators come to an agreement? there was a big push in the last legislative session which died after the senate blocked a proposal to increase gas taxes to fix roads. now - it's an even bigger issue this year after the october floods took a major toll on much of the state's infrastructure.
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workshop some lawmakers are optimistic though and expect a road repair plan to pass the senate by mid-february... others agree it will happen but could take longer. "i think that we will and i think there's going to be a lot more appetite in the senate this year fofo reforms to the dot and because of that, i think there's a very high prospect of getting a bill out relatively quickly and back over to the house." still, a possible gas tax it's been that way for nearly 30 between their proposals and would the governor sign a bill that doesn't meet the exact criteria she laid out last year. reporting at the state house, i'm caroline patrickis, wis news 10. we can expect to see how much lawmakers will be spending on schools the week of february 15th. that's when we may see the first
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budget that will take effect july 1st. a recall is in effect today for a children's cough medicine that can be found at a number of stores nationwide. the perrigo company is recalling five combined batches of it's cherry and grape guaifenesin medicine-- because some packages contain a dosing cup with incorrect dosage markings. the medicine can be found at places like rite- aid, kroger and cvs. both are sold in 4 oz bottles. if you have this in your cabinet--make sure you discard both the dosing cup and the product. you can find the exact lot numbers and expiration dates impacted by the recall on our website, wis-tv-dot-com. tonight richland county leaders are expected to address some big changes for the county's penny sales tax program. councilman seth rose has proposed a three-point plan in the wake of a department of revenue report raising questions about fraud and public corruption. under rose's proposal the county
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purchase ordinance. the proposal would also shift funding for hiring small local businesses to the county's general fund. state revenue investigators say the current method has allowed penny tax money to be used illegally for non-transportation projects. also tonight county councilman jim manningwill introduce a measure that would strengthen the penalties against people who leave pets in hot or cold unattended cars. right now, manning says there are some ordinances like that, but he says they're too broad and too open to interpretation. manning's motion would also authorize police to break into a car and rescue a suffering pet if the owner of the car can't be found. new at noon... a former berkeley county sheriff was sentenced after he pleaded guilty to d-u-i and failure to comply with police after a 2014 drunk driving arrest. wayne dewitt was sentenced to three years probation and 60 hours of community service. in december of 20-14 dewitt was arrested on counts of leaving an accident scene, failure to stop for blue lights and dui. the former sheriff resigned
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and a half after the incident. four people are facing charges in connection to an armed robbery in columbia. police have arrested deonte benjamin for the robbery that happened at the walmart on forest drive on december 26th. cpd says a man was robbed at gunpoint while he was trying to get into his car. no one was physically hurt during the robbery. mary mcmarva and erika dickerson areelso being charged with accessory after the crime. another 15-year-old juvenile is being charged in the case as well. new court records reveal federal agents found two loaded, semi-automatic pistols from a georgia apartment after the arrests of two people suspected in a spree of jewelry store robberies across the southeast. 24-year-old abigail lee kemp an 35-year-old lewis jones the third are accused of robbing half a dozen stores in north and south carolina, georgia, florida, and kemp made her first appearance in federal court monday.
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
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an explosion in a historic
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with tourist. n-b-c's richard engel has more. :42-:49 :58-1:05 there's not a tourist in the world who's been to istanbul and does not know this spot. ten-thirty this morning, he came out of the mosque and heard an explosion, rushed over saw bodies on the ground, people were screaming. the tour groups that were here, the school groups that were here began to leave the scene. the tourists went back to ththr hotels, sheltered inside. the restaurants in this area, the cater to the tourists, they all closed their doors. people inside as police came and tried to search the area set up a cordon. "it was a suicide e mb, yes. i went there and saw it and came back to the hotel.
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somewhere." no official claim of responsibility yet. there are many suspects. but the president of turkey says that it is believed at this stage... s/ richard engel/ nbc news/ istanbul, turkey :58-1:05 "that a syrian suicide bomber was responsible for this attack. richard engel, nbc news, istanbul." this week, democratic presidential candidate, bernie sanders will be back in the midlands, launching a tour of historically black colleges and universities. on thursday, sanders will be at arts center at sc state. it's one of eight stops on sanders' itinerary. doors open at 6:30 and the event starts at 7. it is free to the public. the republican presidential debate on in seven candidates on the prime-time stage. two candidates will be noticeably absent. carly fiorina and senator rand paul did not qualify for the main debate. senator paul has now vowed to event. fiorina will join mike huckabee santor in the so-called undercard debaba earlier
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donald trump, ted cruz, marco rubio, ben carson, chris christie, jeb bush and john kasich will take the main stage. clear and cold this morning as we start out in the upper 20s . look for another day with lots of sunshine however, a cold front will be moving through the state by tonight, northwest wind, it will feel chilly much of the day.
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the upper 20s .
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of sunshine however, a cold front will be moving through the state by tonight, winds will start to pick and even though the temperature will reach the middle 50s, with a stiff northwest wind, it will feel chilly much of the day. tonight, clear , breezy and cold, lows in the upper 20s wednesday, sunny and cold. highs middle to upper 40s. forecast gets tricky by friday as low pressure is expected to d delop in the gulf and track off our coast. position of the low and its track will determine how much rain we receive, thinking
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remains to our south and east. mostly cloudy friday and saturday with a 30%-40% chance of showers. highs in the middle to upper 50s. things looking much colder again by next week. heading into the fourth quarter of last night's national championship -- the clemson tigers and alabama crimson tide were neck and neck. clemson had a chance t tmarch down the field to take to lead when momentum changed on a couple of key special teams plays by alabama. sports director rick henry was in glendale on how the tide flipped the script.
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great fight in the desert against the legendary alabama crimson tide. unfortunately they couldn't avoid two knockout punches delivered by the alabama special teams. fourth quarter....alabama has tied the score at 24 with a field goal. alabama gambles with an on-side kick....the crimson tide cash in recovering at the 50. two plays later...jake coker connects with o.j. howard...bama leads by seven. dabo swinney "great play by them, it was a great kick he put it in a great spot and did a great job going to get it. but then we followed it up with a bust for a touchdown. so it was kind of a combination of mistakes." then after clemson pulls to within four with a field goal.....bama pulls away when kenyan drake takes the kickoff back 95 yards to give the tide an 11 point lead. that cushion allows them to survive a clemson offensive attack that put up 550 yards and 40 points. the tigers know bama's big special team plays
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losing. deshaun watson "it's a turning point in the game. they took it to the house and made a great play, and that kinda shifted the game. they made a good play on that." dabo swinney championship football is a game of a few plays, and that's really what this one came down to is just a few game of a few plays, and that's really what this one came down to is just a few streak is snapped. they have now lost 13 straight games to alabama. despite the disappoint,ent in the desert....clemson had a great season finishing 14 and one, on the. road with the tigers in glendale, arizona....rick henry...wis news ten sports. clemson fans gathered around the state and here in the midlands to watch last night's big game. in the end, it was fans of the crimson tide in the end, it was fans of the crimson tide
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that was the scene at hickory tavern in the vista. clemson fans who are part of the columbia clemson club showed up to watch. a handful of loud and proud bama fans did too. "clemson's a really good team. there's nothing to take away from that. you've got two really good teams here. it's not about the conferences. this is about two good teams, and alabama turned out to be the better team." "i didn't know if we'd be able to make the plays, but we ended up making it. great game. both teams did an unbelievable job." one of the alabama fans said he hopes their team doesn't see clemson again next season, because he expects the tigers will be just as good -- if not better, than this year. don't forget to visit our website at wis tv dot com for more coverage on clemson's run to the
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the news at noon will be right back. but first, here's your news 10
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cincinnati zoo is no different. the zoo named a baby penguin "bowie" days before the singer's death. the fairy penguin was born on david bowie's birthday, january eighth, weighing less than two ounces. "really cool to actually honor david bowie's legacy and his musical influence by naming the little penguin after him." the music icon passed away on sunday after a long battle with cancer. there's no word yet if the little bird is a boy or girl. the penguin will make its public debut at a zoo exhibit this spring. clear and cold this morning as we start out in the upper 20s . look for another day with lots of sunshine however, a cold front will be moving through the state by
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pick and even though the temperature will reach the middle 50s, with stiff northwest wind, it will feel chilly much of the day. tonight, clear , breezy and cold, lows in the upper 20s wednesday, sunny and cold.
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