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baptist church. they are still there until midnight to help people find a health plan that works for them. "many of them have g ge on the website themselves but kinda got confused because it can be a very confusing and very complicated process..but if you can come and get assistance from someone whose an expert and get it done within fifteen, twenty minutes that's just the best option for them." penalties for not having health insurance will show up on your tax returns next year. signing up now means your coverage will take effect on march 1st. again -- the deadline is midnight. sunny and 70's to fifish off the month of january -- and more nice weather to at least, start february. let's check in now with meteorologist von gaskin. all good things must come to an end we will have a few more days of temperatures in the 70s before they come to an abrupt end with the
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clouds will start to increase monday and tuesday, both days will feature mostly cloudy skies and highs in the middle 70s. a system moving west will graze the upstate tuesday and give us a slight opportunity for rain in some of the northern counties but everyone else will remain dry until wednesday. wednesday a front will cross the area and bring a 70% chance of rain. the rain chance will remain in the forecast thursday and early friday. temperatures will also drop to the 50s to end the week. former president bill clinton is coming to
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clinton is coming to columbia this week. he will be meeting with democratic leaders at the state house on wednesday and then speak at a rally at allen university. clinton is planning to discuss a range of issues including schools, roads and gun violence. the rally starts at 6 p-m, doors open at 4. to rsvp for the rally, go to our web site and click on this story on our homepage. it's down to the wire with the iowa caucuses on monday. presidential candidates are making a final push for voters. steve nannes reports. nat pop iowa offers only a small contingent of the delegates who will determine the presidential nominees, but a win would greatly increase momentum leading into the new hampshire primary. a recent poll by the des moines
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and bloomberg shows the iowa choice for democratic nominee -- among likely caucusgoers--- is hillary clinton with 45 percent of the vote.. presidential candidate "we've run a terrific campaign from the grass roots up ... of course it's close its competitive that's why i hope everyone who has decided to caucus for me will come out monday night." senator sanders not far behind with 42 percent of the vote. presidential candidate "when we started this campaign here in iowa, we were 50 or 60 points behind secretary clinton. we have come a long, long way.so i think if the turnout is high, jake, i think we've got a real shot to win this." trump leading the polls as the iowa choice for republican nominee. surprisingly enough, he wasn't much of a target sunday. senators ted cruz and marco rubio were going after each other. presidential candidate "when marco ran in florida he promised the men and women in florida he would lead the fight against amnesty. in texas i promised the men and women i would lead the fight against amnesty. but when he and i went to washington he and i made very different decisions. a vote for marco is a vote for amnesty." the two clashed over immigration during thursday's debate.. and while speaking on the road
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still hasn't died down. presidential candidate "i've tried to fix a problem that's a very serious issue in texas and in florida, and comprehensively, and we're not going to be able to do it until we first enforce our immigration laws. but i don't support amnesty." i'm steve nannes reporting. after iowa voters have their say -- it's on to new hampshire. then it's south carolina's turn. the republican primary is saturday, february 20th. the democratic primary is the following week on february 27th. the registration deadline to vote in our primaries has passed. upstate investigators in anderson county say a teenager may have killed himself after a botched drug deal. authorities say 17-year- old bailey lloyd died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. saturday afternoon -- deputies were called to a shooting at a home on old williamston road. when they arrived deputies,
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trying to leave the scene. one was taken into custody while lloyd ran into the home -- that where deputies believe lloyd took his own life. an autopsy is scheduled for monday. no charges have been filed. this incident is still under investigation. one person is dead after a crash in elgin this afternoon. it was happened around 12:30 on jacobs mill pond road near woodcreek road. highway patrol troopers say an suv ran off the road, hit a tree and overturned. the identity of the victim has not yet been released. we are continuing to follow the story of a 19 year old columbia woman whose body was found on friday. richland county deputies say deanndra roach was discovered in a field off farrow road in blythewood. the victim's ex-boyfriend, 22-year-old andre heatley jr. is in jail tonight, charged with murder and armed robbery. investigators believe heatley shot and killed roach, then stole her debit card using it three times right after the murder. sheriff leon lott will have a
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tomorrow to update us on this case. you will be able to stream it live online at wistv dot com. you can also go to our web site for more on this story. stay with wis for the latest developments. meteorologist von gaskin has your full work week forecast after the break. plus -- churches across the palmetto state unite in calling for an end to gun violence. across south carolina faith
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to end gun violence. he was rated a+ by the nra. not for his promises, but for defending the second amendment... he's a man of deep faith, who fought time and again for the right to life. he laid out a plan to destroy isis months before paris. he'll strengthen our border and use conservative principles to put washington's broken fiscal house back in order. jeb bush. he's the conservative you can trust, to fight for our beliefs. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. in 'stand up sunday' to honor the victims of the charleston church shooting. a cross bearing the names of the 'mother emanuel 9' marked the entrance to the sanctuary at 'washington street united methodist church' in downtown columbia.
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encouraging dialogue on strengthening gun regulations in america. south carolina has the 11th highest rate of gun deaths per capita in the nation... and today 13 hundred congregations came together to tackle the gun violence facing our state. alexis simmons reports from charleston on how churches are looking to close loopholes in gun laws. "it is time for the faithful to unite...come together as one." the emanuel ame church shooting where 9 people attending bible study w we shot and killed last june. "we have felt the sting personally." ignited the stand up sunday movement by gun sense sc to tackle gun violence in the state. "i feel it is a need for us to go on in their legacy to do something about it so it won't happen again." "we talk about closing all loopholes that still exist in america, but it starts with us." pastor kylon middleton presides over mt. zion ame church...the sister church to emanuel. he was close friends with senator clementa pinckney, one of the nine killed in the church massacre. "not only is the congregation still hurting,
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lost my friend and brother, and everyday it is the reality that he is gone." faith based leaders among 14 denominations encouraged their congregations to sign letters to legislators urging for thorough mandatory background checks for all gun purchases. "it is something that is doable, if our lawmakers would act sensibly just to create legislation that would close loopholes to stop individuals who should not have guns in their hands. nobody's trying to take anybody's guns away." "we want the best for all our people and all mankind and we need to move forward for that." during services..church leaders asked people to take a stand to rally at the state house for stricter don't do something, this continues to happen repeatedly over and over again, it's one of those type things lili where next?" in charleston, alexis simmons. all good things must come to an end we will have a few more days of temperatures in
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abrupt end with the arrival of our next rain maker. clouds will start to increase monday and tuesday, both days will feature mostly cloudy skies and highs in the middle 70s. a system moving west will graze
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and give us a slight opportunity for rain in some of the northern counties but everyone elsls will remain dry until wednesday. wednesday a front will cross the area and bring a 70% chance of temperatures will also drop to the 50s to end the week. still ahead -- the carolina panthers on the road to the super bowl. a strong fan send-off for super
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will now finish preparing for super bowl 50 on the west coast.
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bank of america stadium today, as the team got quite the send-off. panthers are officially gone now. hundreds of fans gathered to say goodbye and wish the team luck this morning. the players tell use they're ready to go. "any time you got a fanbase like that. you gotta be happy about that." yes, there's a lot to be happy about in panthers country today. the hometown team is headed to the super bowl. "eh it's great. i mean the city of charlotte, the whole entire carolina community's been awesome and they've been a big part of our success this year." those same fans that have been in my life." "this is unbelievable. i'm still wearing the same jersey i've been wearing all year." but come super bowl one by one the crowd erupting as players pull into the stadium parking lot. "we here baby, we are here!" he's been here for hours.. others have made the trek from out of state for the big send-off. "i've been a panther fan since they started in 95." some here
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others may walk on four legs.. but today they've all got one thing in common.one thing to believe in. "just keep pounding. just keep pounding." "carolina panthers i love you. bring back that ring." "the city needs this. we need a championship." and the folks responsible for that.. "we ready. i mean that's all i can say really pretty much." "i'm proud of our team and the way we've competed and the way we've grown over the last few years and this season hasn't been a fluke." if all goes according to i have a feeling it will be much one week from m day. reporting in charlotte, alex giles for the raycom news network. coming up in sports... more on the panthers road to the super bowl as the team touches down in california. plus... the usc women battle texas a-and-m in a top 10 showdown in the lone star state. highlights and reaction next in
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another top 10 battle. second ranked usc tusseled with 10th ranked texas a&m tonight for the second time this season. the gamecocks edged the aggies in the first go around in columbia. usc in search of the season series sweep at
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=== aggies start strong in the second quarter. chelsea jennings makes the tough lay in... part of 15-0 run to begin the frame. === a'ja wilson... only reason usc in it early. banks home two of her 15 first half points. finished with 27 on the night. === usc begins the third quarter down six... tiffany mitchell turns it on. forces the turnover... and goes all the way to the tin and in. we're tied at 34. === later... alaina coates puts carolina in front. good move inside... hoop and the harm. usc goes up one on the coates free throw. === fourth quauater... aggies regain the lead. jordan jones steps into a three from the top of the key. count it. 52-50 a&m. === mitchell responds... she's the closer for a reason. what confidence hittingnghat j. carolina up 56-54. === 3:30 left to play... mitchelll again... this time from downtown. can't teach clutch. she sinks the aggies chances at coming
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second ranked carolina wins 70-63... as they improve to 21-0 on the season. here's mitchell after the game... on the big win. in the win... senior guard asia dozir had to leave the game due to injury. she suffered an injury to her right h hd or wrist while attempting to make this steal. she went to the bench in pain... before heading into the locker room to be evaluated. i did ask for an official update on her injury. no word as of now. here's a look at the gamecocks upcoming schedule. they'll host 12th ranked kentucky thursday... followed with a date february 8th at home againt top ranked uconn. looking ahead to the usc men's schedule... the gamecocks prepare to enter a difficult
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a great opportunity really for carolina... to solidify themselves as a tournament team. the gamecocks are 19-2 overall... and tied for second place in the sec with a conference mark of 6-2. over their next four games... usc plays three of the top four teams in the league. match ups include at texas a&m... home against lsu... and then 20th ranked kentucky. all coach martin cares about... the one next on the list... that's a road date with georgia tuesday. martin: "if i sat down and went like this... holy cow we got to play all them teams i'm not coaching.. i'm going to go back and do something else. we got georgia on tuesday. that's going to be hard. we're going to go into georgia. only game left on the panthers schedule... super bowl 50. both the panthers and broncos made thier way out to
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today ahead of next sunday's game. the panthers have touched down in california! their team plane landed at the san jose international airport sunday evening. we caught up with one panthers player prior to leaving charlotte to talk about this opportunity to play in the super bowl... in santa clara at levi stadium. carolina hopes to make a big statement with a win. well quarterback cam newton made a fashion statement wearing these pants to travel to cali. he rocked versace "barocco we'll be right back. print. cost more than 800 dollars.
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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 --
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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 ] 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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one final check of your forecast now. all good things must come to an
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antonio: today on "fix it and finish it"... how is the weather affecting, actually, the patio right now? >> it's giving us a hard time screeding everything off because the sand's not wanting to cooperate. antonio: well, the rain has not stopped the entire time we've been here. open your eyes. man: wow! womama oh, my goodness. man: oh, my god! >> my name is antonio sabato, jr. wow! renovating is what i do,
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is what i love. let's do it again!
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