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clouds and a few showers for thursday, cooler with highs near 60 rain chance 40%. "backdoor" cold front is over the area today it will come through dry and no temperature change as we start out in the middle 50s partly cloudy today and warm, highs lower to middle 70s. increasing clouds tonight with scattered showers developing late, lows in the middle 50s. wednesday, cloudy, windy and warm with scattered showers and thunderstorms rain chance 80%. clouds and a few showers for thursday, cooler with highs near 60 rain chance 40%. today, decision 2016 marches on to new hampshire after an exciting night in iowa last night. republicans had a winner not long after the caucuses ended, but democrats had to wait till morning to declare a winner. tracie potts has more. :14 - :19 :36 - :44 :52 - 1:01 1:07 - 1:11
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the candidates on the ground in new hampshire... campaigning furiously following last night's iowa caucuses. on the democratic side a razor thin finish. hillary clinton edging bernie sanders. presidential candidate :14 - :19 "as i stand here tonight breathing a big sigh of relief - thank you iowa!" less than half a percentage point. right after he landed in new hampshire: presidential candidate :36 - :44 "we look forward to doing well here in new hampshire and after that we're off to nevada and then south carolina where i think we're gonna surprise a whole lot of people just as we did in iowa." ted cruz, quoting the bible, claiming the biggest victory ever in iowa caucus history presidential candidate :52 - 1:01 "tonight iowa has proclaimed to the world that morning is coming. morning is coming!" donald trump landed in second place. barely ahead of marco rubio
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"we'll go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or whoever the hell they throw up there." rubio - a close number three - was the first to declare victory here presidential candidate 1:16 - 1:18 "so this is the moment they said would never happen!" all the candidates pledging to battle it out in new hampshire, and beyond. new hampshire is a primary state .. the dynamics, the polling very different there already .. but there were lessons learned here in iowa that these candidates can take to new hampshire .. one of them .. turnout .. it wasn't a record but it was strong here last night. from iowa i'm tracie potts. nbc news. two candidates announced the end of their campaigns last night. on the democratic side, former maryland governor martin o'malley has pulled out of the race. and on the republican side, former arkansas governor mike huckabee made the same announcement. senator marco rubio has a new endorsement from a big name in south carolina politics. this morning, south carolina
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announced his support for rubio. the endorsement could be key as the candidates start focusing more attention on the palmetto state. this week, former president bill clinton is back on the campaign trail in the palmetto state to stump for his wife, hillary. clinton will speak at a rally at the john hurst gymnatorium at allen university tomorrow night. doors open at 4:30. the event starts at 6. and their daughter, chelsea clinton, will make her first campaign swing through the palmetto state on saturday. clinton will attend women for hillary events in rock hill and spartanburg. she will then address a women's leadership program at clemson university. ahead of the "first in the south" primary-- presidential candidates from both parties have been invited to weigh-in on issues of faith. the conservative leadership project says the 2016 "faith and family presidential forum" will be held on february 12th at bob jones university in greenville. the forum will be moderated by attorney general alan wilson and oran smith of the palmetto family council.
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iowa caucuses and the shift in focus now to new hampshire and south carolina on our website. just look for the decision 2016 box on the homepage of wistv-dot- com. comedian bill cobsy is back in a pennsylvania courtroom today. his attorneys are working to get sexual assault charges against him thrown out. nbc's chris pollone explains why. :27 1:10 1:23 entertainment icon bill cosby. in court in a philadelphia suburb. facing sexual assault charges which could put him in prison for a decade. tuesday's hearing: a pivotal moment in the case against the 78- year old. all eyes are on former montgomery county district attorney bruce castor. he told prosecutors last year he made a promise to cosby a decade ago. he would not prosecute, if cosby testified in a civil lawsuit. cosby did, and settled that lawsuit in 2006. sound bruce castor /former montgomery county d.a. :27-:35 "i remember thinking that he probably did do
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but thinking that and being able to prove it are two different things." the current district attorney says there's no evidence such an agreement ever existed. cosby is charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault stemming from a 2004 encounter with former temple university basketball employee, andrea constand. constand contends in early 2004 cosby drugged her and sexually assaulted her. cosby says the contact was consensual. montgomery county's newly elected district attorney, kevin steele decided to file charges last year after a judge unsealed transcripts of cosby's deposition in that civil suit. in the deposition, among other sound bill brennan - attorney, legal analyst 1:10-1:19 "it doesn't get any better than having the district attorney at the time say i made this deal and it should be honored. that's as a powerful as it gets" now a judge will decide if cosby's own words can be used against him. more than 50 women have accused cosby of civil suits against cosby. he has denied all of the accusations and is countersuing some of his accusers. in norristown, pa - chris
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columbia police hope to talk to this man....seen on surveillance. they say he's a person- of-interest in a sexual assault case. it happened in the 800 block of barnwell street. police say a woman reported being sexually assaulted at gunpoint by a man there saturday morning. police have not named the man seen on video as a suspect....just a person of interest. call crimestoppers at 1- 888-crime-sc if you can help i-d him. that's also the number to call to help richland county deputies find the person who made off with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from a parklane road convenience store. investigators just released surveillance video from the am/pm food mart...where a break-in took place back in december. they say someone shattered the glass front door of the store. once in, the burglar stole 7-thousand dollars worth of liquor, cigarettes, lottery tickets and cash. tonight, friends and family members will gather for a candlelight vigil for a 19-year-old who investigators say was killed by her ex-boyfriend. a vigil for deanndra roach will
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vive church on clemson road from 4 to 7 p-m. investigators say roach was shot and killed by andre heatley, jr. sometime thursday night or early friday morning. her body was discovered late friday afternoon. deputies in fairfield county have arrested a man now charged with animal abuse. 48-year-old billy ray huskey is accused of dragging a dog. deputies say it happened back in december on camp welfare road near carolina adventure world. the dog -- known as "emanuel" was taken to a local vet who said the dog appeared to be injured by someone dragging it behind a vets say emanuel had to undergo surgery for his injuries. huskey has been booked into the center. the city of columbia is changing its policy on the use of tasers by police. today, the issue will be the topic of a resolution before the council. the change comes after a fourth circuit court of appeals ruling. the court says police should only use the devices when there are elements of safety and a
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says non- compliance by a subject is not chief skip holbrook says his department's legal counsel believes the ruling should be complied with immediately. it's now a world health emergency. coming up on the news at noon... the latest as experts work to battle the zika virus. plus, punxsutawney phil makes his winter prediction. what we could be in store for in the next few weeks. break one a controversial sewer project in lower richl (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise)
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on the council's executive session agenda this afternoon -- is discussion on proposed contractual agreements. leaders say the project would offer an alternative to septic tanks in parts of lower richland county.
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has some scared they might end up paying more. richland county says the sewer project is needed to fix environmental problems. we'll bring you an update from that meeting later tonight. the kershaw county school board will meet tonight to talk more about the consolidation of bethune and mt. pisgah elementary schools. build a new school to consolidate students into one - and tonight they're set to discuss where to potentially build that school. the meeting is tonight at 6 at mount pisgah elementary. mother emanuel ame church is officially a nominee for the 2016 nobel peace prize. the charleston church received a nomination town. mother emanuel was reportedly chosen because of its response to the massacre back in june, which left nine church members dead. the nomination will now be filed with the norwegian nobel committee in oslo, norway. the prize winner will be announced in october. world health experts now have new urgency in dealing with the zika virus, which is spreading through latin america and the
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the world health organization has declared a public health emergency. in some places it's tied to an alarming rise in babies born with deformed heads and nbc's tom costello has more. :17-:23 1:09-1:14 1:31-1:35 there is no vaccine. no treatment. no cure. with health experts now convinced the zika virus may be linked to a big jump in cases of microcephaly in brazil....babies with deformed heads and brains....the world health organization is declaring an emergency. "we need a coordinated international response to make sure we get to the bottom of this." in brazil alone, more than 4-thousand babies have been born with the microcephaly. xx xx x xx in racife , nbc's rehema ellis met a new mother and her one day old baby, rehema: "what do you hope for your baby boy?" "i'm waiting.....waiting to see how he develops." for most people, researchers continue to insist the zika virus carries but if a zika-carrying mosquito bites a pregnant mother, the unborn child can be at great risk.
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or could become pregnant. newly added: america samoa, costa rica, curacao and nicaragua. pregnant women who've already traveled to zika hot zones should be closely monitored. "i would suggest to have an open conversation with a ob while a vaccine could be years away, one company is on the ground in modified mosquitoes. "when they mate with a female, the offspring fail to develop." they claim an 80% success rate. a small victory in a fast-spreading public health emergency. that was tom costello reporting. u-s health experts continue to insist they see
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pandemic in the united states. to reiterate -- researchers believe that if you're a woman and you're -not- pregnant when you're bitten by a zika-carrying mosquito, the virus should work its way through your system in 2-weeks and not impact a future pregnancy. in your national news... the f-b-i announced it is joining the investigation into the contamination of flint, michigan's drinking water. the tap water was contaminated with lead after the source switched from detroit to the flint river in 2014. the corrosive river water was not properly treated and caused lead from pipes to seep into the drinking water. the fbi is now part of a federal investigation which also includes the u.s. attorney's office and the e-p-a. this morning, an elderly new york couple escaped their house right before it burst into flames. 79-year-old eugene upshaw crashed his car into the home's gas meter which led to a gas leak. when he heard hissing from the meter he ran in the house to grab his wife, louise. they called 9-1-1 from a neighbor's house - and while they were there, the house
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the explosion was so big it set a nearby house on fire. its that time of year again when the nation turns it's attention to punxsutawney pennsylvania to see how much longer winter will stick around. thousands stood on gobblers knob to see if the famous punxsutawney phil groundhog would see his shadow. pennsylvania residents - including miss pennsylvania took the stage and performed for the large crowd. finally the big moment arrived and punxsutawney phil came out of his hole . . . and . . . "is this current warm weather more than a trend? perchance this winter has come to an end. there is no shadow to be cast, an early spring is my forecast." so the furry forecaster did not see his shadow meaning we can all look forward to an early spring. officials say this is only the
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seen his shadow. and while phil is fun we have some pretty trusted forecasters here at wis. "backdoor" cold front is over the area today it will come through dry and no temperature change as we start out in the middle 50s partly cloudy today and warm, middle 70s. increasing clouds tonight with late, lows in the middle 50s. wednesday, cloudy, windy and warm with scattered showers and thunderstorms rain chance 80%. clouds and a few showers for thursday, cooler with highs near 60 rain chance 40%. break two "backdoor" cold front is over
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come through dry and no temperature change as we start out in the middle 50s partly cloudy today and warm, highs lower to middle 70s. increasing clouds tonight with
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late, lows in the middle 50s. wednesday, cloudy, windy and warm with scattered showers and thunderstorms rain chance 80%. clouds and a few showers for thursday, cooler with highs near 60 rain chance 40%. "backdoor" cold front is over the area today it will come through dry and no temperature change as we start out in the middle 50s partly cloudy today and warm, highs lower to middle 70s. increasing clouds tonight with scattered showers developing late, lows in the middle 50s. wednesday, cloudy, windy and warm with scattered showers and
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rain chance 80%. clouds and a few showers for thursday, cooler with highs near 60 rain chance 40%. the news at noon will be right back. the reaction from cam newton on the possibility of being named the n-f-l m-v-p, while preparing for the reaction from cam newton on the possibility of being named
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for the super bowl. a tradition continues at super bowl 50 -- but 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
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with a "prime-time" twist. media day, usually held on tuesday morning of super bowl week, was moved up by the nfl to monday night for the first time and rebranded as "opening night". all the big names were there including the star quarterbacks. cam newton wore a special super bowl bandana and also answered questions about those fancy pants he was wearing when he got off the plane sunday. but he says fun aside -- he's got his eye on the prize. cam newton "we need this win. so many times as a
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been the laughing stock of the league now we can set the tone for so many years of what carolina football is and it starts with a win on sunday." cam was also asked about possibly being named mvp. he said he'd be honored, but it's not his focus this week. meanwhile -- his q-b counterpart for the broncos, peyton manning, told reporters that cam deserves to win the mvp award. the usc men's basketball team is back in the top 25 in the a-p and coaches polls after two home wins last week. tonight -- the gamecocks take their show on the road. they'll be in athens to take on the georgia bulldogs. game time is 7 o'clock. if the season ended now -- the south carolina women would be one of four number one seeds in the ncaa tournament. taking a page from the college football playoffs, the ncaa decided this year to release the top 10 women's teams three times in february to build a buzz for the tournament in march.
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night. uconn would be the number one overall seed, followed by south carolina, notre dame, and baylor. there could be a change at the top next monday, when the gamecocks host the huskies in a 1 versus 2 showdown. police in the netherlands are looking into using birds of prey to swoop down and take rogue drones out of the sky. police are working with a company that trains eagles and other birds to catch drones. officers want to see if the birds can be used above large events or near airports, where the drones are banned. they say the trainers exploit the birds' instincts to tackle the high-tech problem of drones flying in restricted areas. a spokesman added the birds are trained "to think drones are their prey" and get a reward if they catch one. dutch police will likely make a decision later this year whether to use the birds. partly cloudy today and warm, highs lower to middle 70s.
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