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broncos and the carolina panthers? joe gorchow is in super bowl city in san francisco as the panthers soak up the national spotlight. hey joe. the panthers have embraced the spotlight of super bowl week... as much as i am enjoying this great atmosphere at super bowl city. football fans from all over coming to the bay area to celebrate one of the best stages in all of sports. panthers fans here are particularly unqiue when you consider the carolinas... and the devoted fan bases for the different college teams between the two states. they trade in college ties to unite together... to cheer on the panthers to win the super bowl... which is a pretty cool deal for head coach ron rivera. rivera: "you got unc and you got
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state you got south carolina and clemson right down the road. there are so many great college programs to be able to bring them together... the fans... the sports fans in the carolinas it's been kind of neat." what's also been fun this week... the bright lights and media attention that comes with super bowl week. even famous rapper... snoop dogg asked cam newton a question ahead of the showdown with denver. snoop dogg: is the kid in you out weighing the man in you in this big game you are about to play in? newton: half although so many news outlets and sports channels around the country
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week... one panthers player creates his own video notebook of the events by wearing a go pro. taking full advantage of it. kurt coleman: it's not everday. obviously it's been a lot of indeed they are with kickoff right around the corner. panthers head into super bowl 50 as the favorites to win... and bring back to the carolinas the franchises first every super bowl. live from super bowl city. joe gorchow wis news 10 sports talkk about panthers and broncos the sunshine is out after a few
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the sunshine is out after a few
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the sunshine is out after a few a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. with voting in the nation's first presidential primary---new hampshire--just a few 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the upper 20s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure
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temperatures. with voting in the nation's first presidential with voting in the nation's first presidential primary---new hampshire--just a few days away it won't be long before the nation's attention turns to the palmetto state. republican voters are getting ready for south carolina's first-in-the- south primary. and the candidates and their supporters are spending more money to get their messages across. but can that spending make a difference? jack kuenzie has been looking into the issue and joins us now with more. judi--political advertising certainly makes a difference for the bottom lines at tv stations like this one. especially in a presidential
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political action committees as well as the campaigns themselves unleash millions of dollars to try to gain an edge over their competitors. consider the numbers we're seeing here at wis---in ad buys by many of the top contenders' campaigns and separately, by the pac's that support them. the biggest buyer here in the first quarter of the year----the pac called right to rise, which leans pro-jeb bush. more than $459 thousand dollars in the first quarter. next closest----the nearly $193 thousand dollars in scheduled buys from conservative solutions, a pac aligned with senator marco rubio. just behind----the pac called stand for truth, one of as many as eight political action
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that's pac spending---but we also see ad buys from the what about donald trump? his campaign is spending far less----only about $37 thousand dollars so far, keeping in mind so---does all that spending---about $1- point-4 million total in the first quarter on wis----give us some idea about which candidate is running the most effective,e,inning campaign? maybe not. i don't think tv is what gets people elected. it's one part of the media mix but it's also a very expensive part of the media mix. and as you know tv has become much more segmented in terms of who actually watches so if you're going after a younger demographic tv is a very ineffective buy. if you're going after somebody who's older you know in their late 50's, 60's or 70's, tv may be more effective but tv does not persuade people to become either conservative or liberal or to change their vote.
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reporter, writer and commentator--here at usc on a fellowship. we haven't forgotten the democrats----bernie sanders and hillary clinton have both spent a lot less. their primary vote comes later at e end of the month. jack kuenzie wis news ten. new this afternoon: the texas teen convicted of intoxicated manslaughter has been moved from a juvenile detention facility to adult jail. -18 year old ethan couch moved before a scheduled feb. 19th hearing - decide if his case would be transferred to adult system. -convicted of 4 counts intoxicated manslaughter in 2013 wreck- four died and nine others were injured. -avoided jail, lawyer infamously argued for an "affluenza" defense - that his irresponsible actions were a result of his wealthy upbringing. -under probation: no drinking,
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showing him at a party - allegedly fled south acro border with his mother to avoid jail. -found december 28th. according to his attorney - he was moved to the adult facility today. bond is set at $100,000 for a 21-year-old man charged in a fatal dui crash this morning. authorities charge that derious sutton was driving drunk when he slammed into a woman's car on highway 321. the victim is 44-year-old valerie rhodes of gaston. mike desumma says several members of rhodes' family were in the courtroom for sutton's bond hearing. mike? two vehicles collided early this morning at highway 321 near the lexington industrial park. the highway patrol says sutton was traveling south in the northbound lane when the
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collision happened. the person killed has been identified as 44 year old valerie rhodes of gason. the south carolina forestry commission is now estimating even more damage lexington industrial park. the highway patrol says sutton was traveling south in the northbound lane when the head-on collision happened. damage from october's flood than they originally calculated. in october, the agency estimated 65 million dollars in damage to the state's forest products industry. they're now now estimating roughly $100 million dollars worth of damage.
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affected individual landowners and increased operating costs for loggers and mills. "so not only are the woods wet, they can't harvest and work. even if they weren't wet they can't because the roads and bridges are still missing and we have a lot of roads and bridges with problems in the state anyways. so it's a large problem particularly if you look at it from the individual's standpoint." kodama says one of the the keys to recovery is planting new trees across the state. in the midst of the political frenzy in new hampshire, one candidate can't seem to stay away from south carolina for too long. donald trump isisaking his way to florence. we'll have a live report next. break donald trump is back in the
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his campaiwill whitson has a preview. hey will. after that, trump's focus will be back on new hampshire, where the primary is just four days away. and the latest gop poll shows trump in the front with 30 percent support. he's followed by marco rubio and
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the campaign trail is heating up in new hampshire as we get closer to the primary. away. and the latest gop poll shows trump in the front with 30 percent support. he's followed by marco rubio and ted cruz. the campaign trail is heating up in new away. and the latest gop poll shows trump in the front with 30 percent support. he's followed by marco rubio and ted cruz. the campaign trail is focused on new
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we'll have more details on each presidential candidates' campaign straight ahead at 5:30. an amazing rescue down in flordia this week ... and it was a columbia native who jumped into action. take a look at this ... a car flipped upside down in the water. a man lost control of his car and ended up driving into the pond. fortunately a man who happens to be a good swimmer was standing nearby. that good samaritan is originally from columbia. coming up at six, hear the rest of story of what happened after that car landed in the water. and meet the man who's been called a hero. a fantastic friday with a return
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when the republicans weren't going after president obama they were coming after me. his attorney general. in the cabinet, i served with hillary clinton. i've known her for almost 25 years. this is a woman whose fought her whole life for children, to protect civil rights, voting rights. and today hillary is pushing hard for tougher gun laws and police accountability. if you want to make sure republicans don't take us backward help hillary move us forward.
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with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the upper 20s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. if you see a number of people
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today... it's not thahavalentine's day has come early... although it is a matter of the
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it's national wear red day...which raises awareness about heart disease. we'll share pictures of your red threads after the break! break
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america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa
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national wear red day. 1. some of the staff members of the south carolina hospital association are proud to go red for women today. 2. shout-out to the mortgage department from palmetto citizens federal credit union. 3. janice bowman is striking a pose showing how fighting heart disease can be fun. 4. these are the lovely ladies who greet patients and guests at the check-in desk
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5. palmetto health is making a push to educate more people about ways to beat several lexington medical center employees smiled for the camera with their whole heart. break thanks for staying with us for the news at 5:30.
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america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa
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the pre-game party is in full swing in san francisco.. and across the bay area right now.. more than a million fans gathering through this weekend to celebrate super bowl 50.. but there's a separate crowd at super bowl city and the stadium.. that doesn't care about the parties.. and won't see a single play of the game.. jay gray reports. :15 35 1:08 nats screaeang fans it's officially super bowl weekend now.. sot from fans about partying but as the party ramps up.. hundreds of thousands pour into the area.. and we get closer to kickoff.. nats pop security for an army of police and federal agents -- this is no
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"the security at this event is immense. i don't know that any other event that's had this kind of security" sixty agencies.. led by the fbi.. coordinating the operation from this central command center.. nats pop ambient the show of force is evident.. just about everywhere.. armed police line super bowl city.. there are bomb sniffing dogs.. and snipers in place on roof tops.. sound chief greg suhr - san francisco pd:35-:41 "it's all about reassuring the public that this event is going to be a safe, family, fan-friendly event.. " reassurance that comes from security teams on the ground.. in the air.. and on the water.. working around the clock and across an area that stretches from downtown san francisco to levi's stadium 45 miles away.. sound sound master chief petty officer jim malcom - u.s.coast guard:54-1:01 "our job is to use our training and experience to notice when things may not be -- 100% what they should be." to this point officials say there have been no problems.. and no viable threats.. and they are c cfident things
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sound keith bruce - super bowl 50 host committee 1:08-1:11 "the super bowl on super bowl here's a throwback picture of our coworker alex sporting his panthers gear with his little sister emma. you can post your panther nation pictures on my facebook page! federal authorities are working hard to catch counterfeiters trying to get rich on fake n-f-l merchandise. homeland security officials say real tickets have a san francisco hologram ... and a logo with special ink that fades when heat is applied and then reappears when it cools. agents also showed-off some of the gear they have confiscated. they've seized 440- thousand items over the course of the last year -- jerseys, caps ... even fake super bowl rings. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the
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mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. witnesses captured video as a crane collapsed in
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-at least one pedestrian is dead and three are injured. -onlooker video. -crane was being lowered to be placed in a more secure position, but it collapses. -the city's tribeca neighborhood. -several cars and nearby buildings were damaged. -authorities: checking buildings for gas leaks -city under a wite weather advisory when this happened. -mayor ordering all cranes to be secured in the city. -still not sure what caused the crane to collapse. hundreds of roads in clarendon county still need to be fixed after october's flood caused major damage. our billie jean shaw was in clarendon today to get an update on the recovery process. there's still work to be done on
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clarendon county, most of them in manning. the county administrator tells me not all of the them have major damage but crews are working as fast as possible to get them repaired. the county has hired a private contractor to assist the public works department in fixing the roads. a county official tells me repairing heavily traveled roads is top priority now and then crews will work their way out to less traveled areas. as far as cost, i'm told the county, just like the entire state, did not foresee the flood "we're having to spend unbudgeted funds to try to pay for the repairs. obvioioly we are working very closely with the contractors and our staff to ensure that we are meeting fema requirements so we can try to receive our reimbursement from fema." david epperson says fema will cover 75 percent of the cost. i also checked in with scdot-
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8 state roads that still need to be fixed. in the newsroom, bjs, wis news 10. when it comes to the forestry industry, officials are now estimating 100 million dollars worth of damage. that's up from their initial estimation of 65 million dollars. a major impact has been damage to both public and private roads and bridges, which has created dowwime and higher operating costs for loggers unable to work. the solution - according to the forestry commission, will be fixing roads, and reforestation. plenty of you in the capital city were rocking some red threads today. that's because it's national wear red day! councilwoman tameika isaac devine and the city of columbia held a news conference talking about the importance of heart health. heart disease is the number one killer of women. in addition to family history, smoking and diabetes, a woman's heart disease risk increases with high blood pressure during
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gestational diabetes and stress. coming up on wis--the showers have moved out and it's a beautiful day in the midlands! we'll check in with meteorologist ben tanner next. plus--plenty of puppy power! jimmy fallon has once again rounded up some adorable pups predict the super bowl champion. break a look now at your first alert
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a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , , eezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with
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50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the upper 20s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. jimmy fallon used a parade of puppies to predict the winner of this
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fallon brought out the pack of puppies last night. he's used the pups to predict the winners of sporting events before-- from the kentucky derby to the ncaa championship. this time, the pups chose between bowls of food marked "panthers" and "broncos." whichever bowl attracted the most puppies would be the winning team. the pups chose the denver broncos bowl-- predicting peyton manning and his team will win on
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coming up on wis--an attempted robbery in florida is caught on camera. and the suspect is someone you may never suspect.
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when the republicans weren't going after presesent obama theyeyere coming after me. his attorney general. in the cabinet, i served with hillary clinton. i've known her for almost 25 years.
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for children, to protect civil rights, voting rights. and today hillary is pushing hard for tougher gun laws and police accountability. if you want to make sure republicans don't take us backward help hillary move us forward. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. dropped to 2020 levels.. but hiring is also slowing down. 151-thousand jobs were added in january. economists surveyed by cnn projected the economy would create 197-thousand new jobs last month. the unemployment rate fell to 4-point-9 percent...the lowest since february 2008. that pain at the pump we used to talk about appears to still be eased as we're in a new year. according to triple-a-- the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gas is now a dollar and 78-nts. in south carolina, the price for regular gas is $1.60. mid is $1.88. premium is $2.15.
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google fiber is planning to give high speed internet to thousands of low- income americans free of charge. the company says it intends to wire select public housing buildings in all of the cities where it operates. at current costs, google fiber will be giving away more than a million dollars a year in services in kansas city alone. it's part of a plan launched by the white house last summer, aimed at connecting low-income households to the internet. in new hampshire, today, gender is a bigger issue, being raised by hillary clinton as she tries for as comeback in a state where most democratic women say they support bernie sanders. steve handelsman is on that story today, as the snow falls in new england.
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presidential candidate :00-:07 "every woman on this stage is someone i deeply admire" hillary clinton, in manchester, presented herself with prominent women who support her but more new hampshire women backed bernie sanders in the latest nbc news, wall street journal marist poll at last night's debate, , e made gender person who i think would but, at the market basket in manchester, today some women supported clinton sot: katherine von husen, clinton supporter :39-:43 "im voting for hillary because she is a woman and she has a lot of beliefs that i do" sot: tina hatstat, sanders supporter :44-:49 "i like bernie. i trust him i dont trust any other of them you dont trust hillary clinton?? no " clinton's reaching out. sot: hillary clinton, presidential candidate :52-1:03 "and a word to young people supporting sanders. i know you might not be for me now but i am for you" bernie sanders today appealed to women...slamming republicans opposing abortion rights
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presidential candidate 1:09-1:20 "they are sayiyi every women in this room...every women in this bodies...i disagree" on the gop side, jeb bush had his mother come in... nats: barbara bush vote for jeb! tough and beloved...former first lady barbara bush is a role model to some new hampshire women audio outcue: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. the snow kept donald trump from returning to new hampshire. manchester before south carolina, voters in new hampshire will make their voice heard. wis will be there for the primary. starting monday, our will whitson will be providing live coverage. coming up on wis--fashion footballs are bringing glamour to the big nfl showdown this weekend. plus--an intern is caught on camera catching some zs. break the employees at a florida
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america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa
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after an attempted armed robbery- by an eight- year-old boy. according to a clerk, the boy walked up to the counter and pulled out a gun and demanded money. the clerk took the gun from the boy and another employee prevented the child from escaping. so far no charges have been filed. police in the netherlands want to use eagles to take out drones. the dutch national police are testing out eagles that target the unmanned devices that some
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the bald eagles have been trained to swoop in and neatly dispose of any unwanted electronic interlopers. the voice actor behind bugs bunny and daffy duck has died of cancer. joe alaskey voiced several looney tunes characters including tweety bird. and sylvester the cat after the death of mel blanc in 1989. alaskey also was the voice of richard nixon in the film-- "forrest gump." have you seen larry david do his impersonation of bernie sanders? this weekend, that impersonation will be face-to-face with the real thing. when "saturday night live" is hosted by larry david this weekend, bernie sanders will meet bernie sanders. that's the word from sanders' campaign. you won't see footballs like these on the field any time soon! these "fashion footballs" were dreamed up by the council of fashion designers of america. among the participants are big names such as tiffany-and-company, betsey
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each piece is being auctioned online from now until february 14th. proceeds will go to the nfl foundation, a charity serving various causes. the coen brothers tackle the golden age of hollywood in "hail caesar!" actors george clooney, scarlett johansson and channing tatum are stars of this film....and it turns out one actor appearing in the movie has local ties. clifton samuels grew up in swansea and spent most of his time in columbia training as an actor, singer and dancer. he attended the south carolina governor's school for the arts and has appeared on broadway. an intern who nodded off at work learned a valuable life lesson.... if you fall asleep...first you get photobombed, then...you get photoshopped. the intern fell asleep in his chair on his first day at a tech startup...yes it was his first day! after his colleagues gave him a lighthearted shaming-- the intern posted the pic on
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thanks for joining us for the news at 5. we'll be right back. break the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement.
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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 ] 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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thanks for joining us this evening. i'm charles molineaux. in just two days it will be down to carolina and denver as they meet in the super bowl. and for panthers quarterback cam newton--the biggest game of his career so far as he looks to lead the team it its first-ever super bowl win. let's go to joe gorchow live in san francisco... the panthers dream continues to play out on football's biggest stage. cam newton hopes to turn his dream of becoming a super bowl champion into reality sunday. newton calling it the ultimate goal to win the vince lombardi trophy. he's crossed other big
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