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and meteorologist von gaskin has a check of our chilly work week forecast. your news at 11 starts now. good evening. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm meaghan norman. not the ending the carolina panthers or the fans were expecting. the denver broncos have been crowed super bowl champs. we have team coverage of super bowl 50. wis' mike desumma is live tonight at wild wing cafe in columbia's vista where panthers fans are dealing with the loss. joe gorchow is live in san francisco --- and sports director rick henry joins us in studio with game highlights. rick - the panthers were the
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victory....instead the team we watched all season pulled a disappearing act on football's biggest stage. first quarter.....panthers off to a bad start.. von miller strips the football from cam newton....malik jackson falls on it in the end zone for a denver. second quarter.....jonathan stewart puts the panthers on the board...when he leaps over from the on...it's ten to seven. final seconds of the half...demarcus ware puts cam down...he was sacked three times in the first half....panthers trail 13-seven at halftime. fourth quarter...panthers down six....another turnover....miller knocks the ball out of newton's hand....t.j. ward makes the recovery..... that leads to a touchdown run by c.j. anderson....they add a two point conversion.....the broncos lead it 24-to- ten with just over three minutes
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and that's how it ends. the panthers end the season with a 17 and two record.... a disappointing finish to a great season. joe gorchow joins us live in santa clara, california as we continue our super bowl coverage.....joe....a somber night for the panthers and their fans. panthers fans dealing with heartbreak tonight. wis' mike desumma is standing by
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faithful fans who held out hope until the end. panthers fans react to the super bowl outcome here at wild wing cafe in the vista. joining me is long time panthers fans. more reaction and highlights coming up in sports. there was a brief, light wintry mix in parts of the
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bubu mostly a dry, breezy day. let's check in with meteorologist von gaskin
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ahead. an area of low pressure formed off the coast late saturday and gave us a few sunday morning showers in the extreme eastern part of the viewing area. the low will move away from the coast by the afternoon and the skies will become partly cloudy, daytime high will settle in the low 50s. monday a front will cross the area and give us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers during the afternoon. even though monday will settle in the middle 50s, this front will usher in some cold canadian air and daytime highs will be stuck in the 40s tuesday and wednesday. an attempted murder suspect, on
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law enforcement, is back in police custody tonight. richland county deputies say 17 year old tony gilmore was taken to palmetto health richland late last night by columbia police, after being the victim of a robbery. deputies were dispatched after learning gilmore was wanted for 2 counts of attempted murder. after being discharged from the hospital, gilmore reportedly ran away from deputies while handcuffed.
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gilmore was caught around 2 o'clock this afternoon on monticello road -- still in handcuffs. deputies say gilmore is wanted in connection with a shooting two weeks ago where two other teenagers were hurt. it happened at a party on foxhunt road in northeast columbia. investigators say, a man out on bond for a weapons violation is back in jail, for a shooting. 35-year-oldldntoine irick has been charged with attempted murder. richland county deputies say irick shot a man several times in the lower body. it happened yesterday afternoon on brookmont lane . the victim is expected to be o-k. voters in new hampshire will head to the polls o o tuesday. will whitson is there. he'll be providing live coverage starting tomorrow. then it's on to south carolina. the republican primary is saturday, february 20th. the democratic primary is the following saturday, february 27th. still ahead -- on the news at 11. the constant upkeep of a
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has been a problem for years. volunteers have shown mercy and cleaned it up from time to time. but now -- the church and town need a permanent solution. it's an ongoing issue in batesburg-leesville that's been 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 plala 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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an old cemetery -- home to many beloved midlands veterans -- is in constant need of care. volunteers stepped up again last fall to clean up the overgrown burial ground. but as wis' mike desumma reports -- the issue is finding a permanent fix to keep it maintained. "it made me feel very good. cause i've been wanting it to happen." not far from corine johnson's back door --- are images of heartbreak. "the overgrowth had been there for years." overgrown by the earth..
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belonging to veterans of the first and second world wars -- now lying in disarray. the graves used to sit beside olive branch baptist church --- before it burned down and was relocated decades ago. "it made me feel bad...for the ones that were buried out there a lot of their relatives had left." time and time again.. the woods have overtaken this hallowed ground. but periodically, kindness comes through to clean it up. "we all pulled together to get what's done already." most recently last memorial day... volunteers from across south carolina stepped up. "i think they need respect." clearing the lot of trees and debris.... -- and tending to the graves. "this is not just a church thing...it's a community thing." but the question now for olive branch baptist -- which still owns the property, is how to keep this burial ground regularly maintained? the town of batesburg- leesville has asked the
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march -- or risk of daily fines. church members say their concern is not having the money and resources -- to keep the care going. "we're grateful for everyone that pitches in and helps us because we definitely need help." "veterans are buried out there...men who fought for this country...men who died for this country." town officials are meeting with church leaders on march 15th. batesburg leesville has provided about 4-thousand dollars in servicee to help with the cemetery's recent cleanup -- but officials say they can't provide that help long term. stay with us -- von gaskin has your full work week
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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.
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is responsible for the content of this message. an area of low pressure formed off the coast late saturday and gave us a few sunday morning
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part of the viewing area. the low will move away from the coast by the afternoon and the skies will become partly cloudy, daytime high will settle in the low 50s. monday a front will cross the area and give us some clouds and a 30% chance of showers during the afternoon. even though monday will settle in the middle 50s, this front will usher in some cold canadian air and daytime highs will be stuck in the 40s tuesday and wednesday.
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(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security,
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our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. 50. the panthers were favored by less than a touchdown....they wind up losing by two t-d's. charlotte native and nba star steph curry pounding the drum for the panthers...... the cats playing in their second
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title. denver quarterback peyton manning playing in his fourth super bowl....looking for his second ring. first quarter...the broncos bringing the heat to cam newton....von miller strips the football....malik jackson falls on it in the end zone for a touchdown....ten- nothing denver. second quarter.....jonathan stewart puts the panthers on the board...when he leaps over from the one....it's ten to seven. big play here for the broncos...the panthers must have thought they were playing two hand touch...they let jordan norwood break free....he goes 61 yards ...that's a super bowl record for the longest punt return...that set up a field goal to make it 13-to-seven denver. final seconds of the half...demarcus ware puts cam down...he was sacked three times in the first half....panthers trail 13-seven at recess. third quarter...the struggles continue for newton and the panthers... his pass is picked off by t.j. ward.....he fumbles but the broncos make the recovery. fourth quarter...panthers down six....another turnover....miller
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hand....ward makes the recovery..... that leads to a touchdown run by c.j. anderson....they add a two point conversion.....the broncos lead it 24-to- ten with just over three minutes to play. and that's how it ends. the panthers are now oh and two in super bowls. peyton manning gets his second ring...in what could be the final game of his career. what could be the final game of his career. joe gorchow joins us live from santa clara....... n rivera talks about the panthers costly turnovers
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when the republicans w wen'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. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. that's all for this edition of the news at eleven. remember, you can get breaking news first on w-
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good morning and thank you for joining us for awareness from voorhees college. i'm your host meaghan norman. that's all for this edition of the news at eleven. remember, you can get breaking news first on w- i-s t-v dot
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antonio: today on "fix it and finish it"... good morning! whoo! wait, you said this is your new home? >> yes. antonio: this is not new. [laughter] >> are you ok to see this fan go? >> we are not sad to see it go. >> well, it's coming down, and you will not see it again. >> take it away. >> we're not sure what it's gonna look like when we pull it out of there. antonio: one way to find out. moment of truth. oh, yeah! >> yay. antonio: yeah. open your eyes. >> [gasps] oh, my god.
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antonio: my name is antonio
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