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two big wins coming out of last night's big race here in south carolina and in nevada. donald trump is the winner of the south carolina republican presidential primary with 33 percent of the vote. meanwhile, former florida governor jeb bush is "out" of the race. he suffered a solid defeat in the primary and announced he's suspending his campaign. we'll have a full recap coming up. the turnout for saturday's republican presidential primary smashed both the number of people who voted in 2012 and the expected
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in nevada. donald trump is the winner of carolina republican presidential the race. up. the turnout for saturday's republican presidential primary primary smashed both the number of people who voted in 2012 and the expected number of voters this year. more than 735- thousand people cast ballots in the election -- easily surpassing the number experts were predicting. we were able to break down the winner of each county here in south carolina. the candidates on the left hand side are represented by their own color, and you can see, donald trump won all but three counties in the palmetto state -- ultimately taking home 33 percent of the total vote. and trump remains the man to beat in this 2016 presidential race. . our chad mills has more. the supporters of donald j. trump are calling the
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primary a decisive win for their candidate. in the end, he claimed all but polls closed. when he took the stage here at he didn't even mention jeb an insurance policy for donald trump- since his first stop as a possible candidate at the myrtle beach tea party convention in january 2015, where he began addressing frustrations with the federal government and issues like immigration. he doubled down on the immigration issue tonight and said he will build a wall as president and mexico will pay for it. he also took a jab at governor nikki haley as he thanked lieutenant governor henry mcmaster. mcmaster surprisingly endorsed him in gilbert
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donald j. trump presidential candidate "we have a wonderful lieutenant governor, who backed us very early in the process. you know henry, right? the lieutenant governor of south carolina. i will take him over the governor any time, because we won! we won!" trump's next stop is atlanta before focusing his efforts on nevada. he says he expects to do well both in nevada and the upcoming super tuesday primaries too. of course, he had nothing but thanks to the voters of south carolina. in spartanburg, chad mills, wis news 10. florida senator marco rubio and texas senator ted cruz each finished the night with 22 percent of the vote, ultimately tying. rubio was celebrating his performance after several key endorsements, including governor nikki haley. and while the numbers put cruz in third place, he is still declaring a "success"
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"if you believe we need a strong contrast with the democrats, then we welcome you aboard our team." "if it is god's will that we should win this election, then history will say that on this night in south carolina, we took the first steps forward in the beginning of a new american century. thank you south carolina." and while some candidates are celebrating, others weighed their options -- with one candidate already dropping out of the race. last night former florida governor jeb bush called it quits for his campaign. our mike desumma has the details. many jeb bush supporters that packed the columbia hilton did not get their wish in seeing a return to momentum for is
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in the end with only 8 percent of the vote by around 8:45 tonight he took to the stage.joined by south carolina governor lindsey graham were able to put together both here in south carolina and in several other states over the last few months.but in the end simply put he said the voters of iowa, the voters of new hampshire.and now the voters of south carolina have spoken. jeb bush --- former florida governor "i congratulate my competitors that are remaining on the island..on their success in a campaign that has been hard fought..in this campaign i have stood my ground.refusing to bend to the political winds. we've put forward details.innovative conservative plans to face the mountain of challenges we faced because despite what you might have heard..ideas matter, policy matters. " allison marano --- clover "i felt like he handled it very well. he represented our party well and he united it and that's all you can ask for. i think he did it very very well." tim dyar jeb bush supporter "i
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come through and see jeb's vision for america..holding the middle class up getting people to work. i really felt like all of that would just ring true and hit the hearts of the american people." the big question for several people is who the republican nominee will be now that jeb bush has dropped out. several people i asked if they could see themselves voting for donald trump or ted cruz. some said simply put 'yes.'.they believe in getting behind the party. others said simply put 'no.' reporting in columbia, mike desumma, wis news 10. the next stop for republicans is nevada where democratic candidate hillary clinton declared victory last night. she closely edged out senator bernie sanders following days of intense campaigning. the win gives her a much-needed boost following her 22 point blowout loss to sanders in the new hampshire primary on february 9th. "i'm on my way to texas, bill is on his way to colorado. the fight goes on. the future that we want is within our grasp. thank you all! god bless you! hillary clinton and bernie sanders are now turning
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state for next saturday's democratic primary. sanders is already here in the capital city and will be attending church service at brookland baptist this morning. our mike desumma is there and we'll check in with him shortly. looking ahead, civil rights activist jesse jackson is touring south carolina to encourage people to vote. jackson says there are 1 point 2 million african- americans in the state who are eligible to vote, but only about 1 million of them are registered. jackson says he is also urging south carolina to expand medicaid under the affordable care act, where the federal government pays most of the cost. today he plans on making stops at churches in columbia, chester and rock hill. he will be in winnsboro tomorrow morning, then at midlands tech at noon and allen university in columbia. we're getting information into our newsroom this morning about a tragic accident on lake marion yesterday. officials with the department of natural resources say one man is dead and another missing
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it happened saturday afternoon, but the search continues this morning. our mike desumma joins us now from the newsroom with more details. mike. allie, michal investigators say at this hour they are continuing to look into what caused the boat to go under. according to witnesses that attempted a rescue -- one man who was onboard couldn't stay above the surface. they said they were able to get a second passenger into their boat -- but cpr attempts did not work. they're still searching for the other passenger. according to the d-n-r the boat went down on the lake in third water cove near lake view landing. responders headed out to that area shortly before 3 p-m saturday. state officials say they are looking to see if any wind advisories were posted for the lake at that time. a recovery effort is also underway to try to find the second man who went under the water. according to the d-n-r neither passenger was wearing a life jacket. we'll of course bring you more details on this story as they become available. another developing story, the investigation continues into a shooting at columbiana
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police continue their search for suspects caroline patrickis is live at the scene this morning with the latest details...caroline? thats right... this morning the search continues for suspects who police believed were involved in last nights shooting here at columbiana center. it's very quiet here this morning compared to the heavy police presence we saw last night. the columbia police department is working to determine if a shooting between two men inside columbiana centre shopping mall related. a chaotic night at the mall slowly came to an end as law enforcement agencies continued to scour surveillance video and talk to witnesses in an effort to identify the men who caused quite a scare for hundreds of shoppers and store employees. a massive amount of law enforcement officers and first responders converged on
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after shots were reported inside the complex. shots were initially reported outside dillard's and t-mobile as the first officers arrived at the scene. those shots, according to columbia police chief skip holbrook, were byproducts of a fist fight in front of kay jewelers. holbrook said both men air. holbrook described those men as being black males 20-25 years old, both standing around 5' 10" the other shooter was wearing a dark hoodie. both had black handguns. the people involved in the fight quickly ran away after the shots were fired, holbrook said. "never at columbiana mall would we think someone would be shooting, that was just crazy. there was a bunch of kids on the marry-go-round and they were shooting all around the merry go round." she also had her baby with her at the mall and described that experience at one of the worst in her life. luckily - there are no injuries reported in this incident for what could have been much worse columbiana center is expected to
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at noon. we will continue our coverage also, deputies in richland county are looking into a shots fired call early this morning. investigators say they found a man shot at darrell's place on 1727 percival road just after 4 this morning. he was taken to the hospital for treatment. right now deputies are working to find out what happened and who may be responsible. anyone with information is asked to call crimestoppers at 1 888- crimesc one primary done, another just beginning. coming up, we've got a look at where the democratic candidates are campaigning ahead of saturday's primary.
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hillary clinton is already looking ahead after her big win in last night's democratic primary in i don't know what i'm doing. i can't find anything just when i think it's just not going to work. this woman that works there comes over and asks can i help you? and he was so happy, to do it amazing right? i never would have expected would have thought that anyone would find that do that. make that go out of their way for me. right then, right there i couldn't believe it he was so helpful i know it's such a small thing little thing. simple thing but it made me smile made me happy made my day share your story.
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these lil' chickies and lil' doggies are small, -but they're intense. -oh, yeah. small but intense like my niece, hannah. oh, yeah. and you, uh, take karate? yeah she does. show him how intense you are, hannah. -yah! yah! ah! -(karate sounds) oh, my... hey! yes! now finish him. -bow to her, peter. -i'm not gonna bow to a... bow to her, peter. (gong) big flavor in a little package. new lil' chickies and lil' doggies. and grab a burrito and drink for $3.00 delivered in two minutes--
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win in last night's democratic primary in nevada. clinton flew to houston right after the victory and held a huge rally at texas southern university. clinton told thousands of supporters that it was a great night for her presidential campaign. texas is the biggest prize of all the 13 states voting on super tuesday-- which is on march first. a victory in texas would give clinton more than 250 delegates and extra campaign momentum as she looks for a nomination. meanwhile, clinton's rival bernie sanders was still confident about his close finish. during his concession speech, sanders was upbeat-- as he told the crowd that his campaign has come a long way in just five weeks. sanders noted that he was significantly behind clinton leading up to the nevada
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he is confident of winning many states going forward. again, clinton and sanders will face off once again, on saturday for the south carolina democratic primary. we'll have full coverage of the race on air and online at wistv.com coming up, we'll have the latest out of michigan after a shooting that left 6 people dead. more on the suspect and how he chose his victims.
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a she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong. and makes their mothers' fight for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton.
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the primaries. on the democratic side, recent poll numbers show hillary clinton with a significant lead over bernie sanders. but that doesn't mean clinton will stay on top. "we know that senator sanders has been on the front lines with dr. king and when they mention secretary clinton's 40 years of
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wonder does that include her harsh stance on federal sentencing or the sentencing of our young people. our black and brown people. i wonder does that legacy factor in on claims that she's been staunch on civil rights because quite frankly i think it rings hollow." "can we also find a president who can live up to the promises that lead young people down the road thinking that at the end of the day there's going to be this big pot of money and all your debt related to you being educated is going to gone. that's just not the way it works." sunday morning at 11 -- we discuss what appeals to voters from both the clinton and sanders campaigns. join us for awareness as we preview the democratic primary right here on wis. sunday expect variably cloudy skies and daytime highs in the low and middle 70s. there is a slight chance of a sprinkle as moisture starts to move in from the west, there is a better chance of rain monday.
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degrees to start the week and showers return to the forecast monday through early thursday morning with 1" to 2" rain totals are possible. slight chance of a sprinkle as moisture starts to move in from the west, there is a better chance of rain monday. temperatures will drop nearly 10 degrees to start the week and showers return to
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monday through early thursday morning with 1" to 2" rain totals are possible.
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police now have a suspect in custody in connection with several shootings in kalamazoo, change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders.
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unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie.
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michigan-- about 160 miles west of detroit. at least six people were killed in the spree saturday night when jason dalton started firing shots at his victims. the 45-year-old reportedly chose his victims at random. the shootings happened over a five hour time period. shortly after midnight, dalton was taken into custody. police in dallas say they are still collecting
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violence investigation of cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel. investigators are reviewing medical records provided by manziel's ex- girlfriend-- colleen crowley. crowley filed a domestic violence complaint earlier this month saying manziel hit her and then dragged her into a car in january. manziel hasn't been charged in the case. police say the investigation could conclude by this week. a homicide investigation continues in kansas city, missouri after four bodies were found in what authorities are calling a suspicious house fire. the fire burned much of the house to the ground. investigators say they've identified the bodies of two of the people. the fire was reported late friday night, when neighbors reportedly heard explosions. investigators say the fire is being looked at as "suspicious." serbia is blaming the u-s for the deaths of two of its embassy staffers in an airstrike in libya. a u-s led airstrike on an isis camp on friday reportedly destroyed buildings and killed dozens of people.
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confirmed that the serbians, who were isis hostages, died in the strike. the pentagon has said that the attack probably killed a key isis operative. the investigation is ongoing. officials in fiji are working to assess the damage in the wake of a ferocious cyclone. hundreds of homes collapsed in the storm saturday, as winds reached up to 177 miles per hour. it was reportedly one of the strongest storms in the southern hemisphere. the weather has been calm in the area today... but there is a curfew in place until monday. people have been urged to stay inside as fallen trees and power lines are being cleared. two blasts in the central syrian city of homs killed at least 14 people and injured 29 others today. it was the latest wave of violence to hit the city in recent weeks. officials say the blasts struck a pro-government neighborhood in the city. you can see debris and mangled cars on the streets in this video.
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explosions in recent months that have killed and injured scores of people. officials in north korea have released photos of leader kim jong un inspecting military drills after the country's controversial rocket launch-- just two weeks ago. the photos show artillery shells being fired and the leader looking at military firing drills through binoculars. north korea fired several artillery rounds into the sea near a maritime border with south korea just yesterday. birthday board break 4 good sunday morning, thanks for staying with us. i'm allie spillyards.
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we're following developments this morning on a tragic incident that happend on lake marion yesterday. according to the state department of natural resources one man is dead and a second man missing --- after their boat capsized on the lake. for more details let's go to our mike desumma in the newsroom. mike. allie, michal d-n-r officials say they are continuing to search the lake today for one of the
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that went under. the investigation is also looking into what exactly caused that to happen. state officials say this all happened around 3 p-m saturday. they were called out to third water cover near lake view landing on lake marion. witnesses who attempted a rescue said they tried to get a life jacket to one man onboard the boat -- but he went under the surface of the water. the were able to get the second passenger onboard their boat --- but cpr attempts advisories were posted for the lake when this incident happened. officials with the d-n-r say the two men were fishing when their boat capsized they become available. allie, michal. this morning police continue their search for suspects in last nights shooting at columbiana centre. as they work to investigate what led to last nights shooting caroline patrickis is standing by live this morning the latest... it was a dramatic scene here last night after
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columbiana center and left hundreds fearing for their life... the columbia police department is working to determine if a shooting between two men inside columbiana centre shopping mall was gang- related. a chaotic night at the mall slowly came to an end as law enforcement agencies continued to scour surveillance video and talk to witnesses in an effort to identify the men who caused quite a scare for hundreds of shoppers and store employees. a massive amount of law enforcement officers and first responders converged on the mall just after 7 p.m. after shots were reported inside the complex. shots were initially reported outside dillard's and t-mobile as the first officers arrived at the scene. those shots, according to columbia police chief skip holbrook, were byproducts of a fist fight in front of kay jewelers. holbrook said both men air. holbrook described those men as being black males 20-25 years old, both standing around 5' 10" and
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one of the shooters was wearing an acid wash shirt and pants. the other shooter was wearing a dark hoodie. both had black handguns. the people involved in the fight quickly ran away after the shots were fired, holbrook said. "we are actively looking for at least 3 suspects and we have limited descriptions on them right now. everybody has followed instructions very well, we had a very rapid response by mulitple agencies. i think it's gone as good as it could right now." she also had her baby with her reported in this incident for what could have been much worse also, deputies in richland county are looking into a shots fired call early this morning. investigators say they found a
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darrell's place on 1727 percival around 4:20 this morning. he was taken to the hospital for treatment. right now deputies are working to find out what happened and who may be responsible. anyone with information is asked to call crimestoppers at 1 888- crimesc sunday expect variably cloudy skies and daytime highs in the low and middle 70s. there is a slight chance of a sprinkle as moisture starts to move in from the west, there is a better chance of rain monday. temperatures will drop nearly 10 degrees to start
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the forecast monday through early thursday morning with 1" to 2" rain totals are possible. donald trump and hillary clinton secure wins in south carolina and nevada, while the end of the
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dianne gallagher is in south carolina with more on the first in the south primary. nothing easy about running for president.. it's tough, it's nasty, it's mean, it's vicious... it's beautiful when you win, it's beautiful. acknowledging it's hard to run for president, donald trump saw the huge payoff in south carolina saturday night. victory in the south for the republican frontrunner -- his win so commanding, he may have clinched every single delegate in the palmetto state. while on the democratic side... luck was a lady. hillary clinton thanking nevada
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her much needed victory. some may have doubted us but we are all in this together, we all have to do our part opponent bernie sanders may have conceded nevada, and possibly next week's primary in south carolina, but don't count him out. it is clear to me, and i think most observers, that the wind is on -- at our backs. we have the momentum. early momentum never sticking for jeb bush -- who in an emotional good-bye, suspending his campaign after he failed to trump, who with back-to-back wins staves off marco rubio and ted cruz for the time being...but it's a long way 'til the nominations are secured. let's go, let's have a big win in nevada, let's have a big win in the sec, let's put this thing away... meanwhile....dr. ben carson says he's not going anywhere - even after a last place finish in our
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vote... about 53- thousand votes. he also has failed to finish in the top three in both new hampshire...and iowa. and ohio governor john kasich says he's still optimistic. he got 8 percent of the vote. he told supporters he got more support in south carolina than he expected and says he plans on remaining in the race. right now, trump has gained 44 of the 50 delegates available in our state. these delegates are needed in order to order to get the nomination of the party. there are a total of 2,286 delegates... but only 1,144 delegates are needed to get the republican nomination. the democratic party awards the delegates based on the percentage of votes the candidate got in the primary...but the republicans allow the state to decide how many delegates the candidate gets. ahead of the democratic primaries next week...you still have time to vote absentee. the deadline to turn in your application is on this tuesday
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looking ahead, as many as three dozen members of congress are expected in south carolina next month the state's role in the history of civil rights. the faith and politics institute announced that the three-day event will be held the weekend of march 18th. it will be hosted by congressman jim clyburn, senator tim scott and senator lindsey graham as well as congressman john lewis of georgia. the group will visit sites in columbia and the site of the orangeburg massacre....as well as charleston with a worship service at emanuel ame church. more than one million walmart a raise saturday. the company says it is boosting its minimum wage to ten dollars an hour from 9-dollars. the change applies to all of walmart's hourly workers, including some supervisors. those affected make up the majority of the company's 1-point-4 million workers. the pay raises will cost the company an additional one-point-five billion dollars this year. we're are also live in daytona beach florida
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off today... we have what you can expect from the big race. stay with us. sunday expect variably cloudy skies and daytime highs in the low and middle 70s. there is a slight chance of a sprinkle as moisture starts to move in from the west, there is a better chance of rain monday. temperatures will drop nearly 10 degrees to start the week and showers return to the forecast monday through ea these lil' chickies and lil' doggies are small, -but they're intense. -oh, yeah.
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oh, yeah. and you, uh, take karate? yeah she does. show him how intense you are, hannah. -yah! yah! ah! -(karate sounds) oh, my... hey! yes! now finish him. -bow to her, peter. -i'm not gonna bow to a... bow to her, peter. (gong) big flavor in a little package. new lil' chickies and lil' doggies. and grab a burrito and drink for $3.00 delivered in two minutes--
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carolina men's basketball team are celebrating today as they scraped by with the "w" in overtime -- 73- 69 -- over florida on saturday. the gamecocks, now 22 and 5, trailed early in the second half before rallying to force the extra period and end a seven-game losing streak to the gators. their next game will be on wednesday at colonial life arena against tennessee. and the trend continues as the gamecock baseball team is now 2 and oh after their win against albany yesterday afternoon. they hosted the great danes for
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game in the series -- winning 6 to 2. john jones' two run single in the seventh inning cemented carolina's lead to four runs. south carolina and albany conclude the three-game series today at 1:30 p.m. at founders park. it's officially daytona five hundred day. in a matter of hours. 40 drivers will start their engines and round turn four of daytona international speedway. raycom news network reporter joe murano is in daytona beach. he gets us ready for the race. super: joe murano / @joemurano super: daytona 500 starts at 1 p.m. / daytona beach, florida last day for action here at daytona international speedway as speedweek comes to a close with the daytona 500 later today. super: chase elliott sit on the daytona 500 pole / daytona beach, florida, thursday the talk of the weekend has become chase elliott. he won the xfinity race yesterday and is the pole sitter for the race coming up later today. he'll be the youngest polesitter for the
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history. keep in mind, he'll be going against those can-am duel winners from thursday in kyle busch and dale earnhardt jr, while matt kenseth is in the back of the pack after wrecking during the duels on thursday night. elliott has yet to choose which line to go in but is aware if he super: chase elliott / youngest driver to win daytona 500 pole i would assume probably bottom because that would line up dale start of the race. obviously beyond the fact we're teammates, he's been really fast. i feel like he'll be a good pusher. super: joey logano / finished 2nd in saturday's xfinity race i feel like we're getting closer. i tried to get to the outside of junior in our duel. this time i got to the outside of the 88 different driver same number. hopefully by the start of it we can get in front of it by the start finish line by the end of the race. the confidence in the world. it's not by any means a done deal. anything can happen. the daytona 500 is certainly unlike any other event. super: daytona 500 starts at 1 p.m. / daytona beach, florida super: joe murano / @joemurano don't forget. dale earnhardt jr. is a two-time winner of the daytona 500, most
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the green flag drops at one o'clock. here at daytona international speedway, i'm joe murano for the raycom news network. this weekend will feature warm temperatures and variably cloudy skies as we prepare for rain to move in for the first few days of the workweek. expect partly to mostly cloudy skies saturday and sunday and daytime highs in the low and middle 70s. temperatures will drop nearly 10 degrees to start the week and showers return to the forecast monday through thursday morning with 1" to 2" rain totals are
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move in for the first few days of the workweek. expect partly to mostly cloudy skies saturday and sunday and daytime highs in the low and middle 70s. temperatures will drop nearly 10 degrees to start the week and showers return to the forecast monday through thursday morning with 1" to 2" rain
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you've heard the warnings and seen the videos -- christmas's most popular gift,
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and seen the videos -- the hoverboard... has caused some serious problems. getting involved. more on that after the break. break 6 i don't know what i'm doing. i can't find anything just when i think it's just not going to work. this woman that works there comes over and asks can i help you? and he was so happy, to do it amazing right? i never would have expected would have thought that anyone would find that do that. make that go out of their way for me. right then, right there i couldn't believe it he was so helpful small thing little thing. simple thing but it made me smile made me happy made my day
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were bursting into flames. now the federal government is getting involved... and says all hoverboards are unsafe. erika edwards has the story. fire destroyed a nashville home in january.... two teenagers at home at the time -- barely escaped. firefighters say the cause... was the family's hoverboard. "the fact that a toy caused this kind of destruction to our lives... it's just wrong." hoverboards have been implicated in at least 50 other fires in 24 states.... the consumer product safety
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thinks the problem is how the devices' lithium-ion battery packs interact with circuit boards inside the units. the c-p-s-c has sent a letter to companies that either make or sell the tech toys... saying any hoverboards that don't meet federal safety standards will face a recall or be seized. "i do not know of any at this point that would comply with the standard." at new york's jfk airport last december... customs agents seized nearly 14-hundred counterfeit hoverboards with potentially dangerous batteries. they'd been shipped via air cargo from china. the c-p-s-c has this advice for consumers: "i would stop using them and i would contact the retailer or the manufacturer who made it and demand proof that it complies with the standard, and if it doesn't i would demand a refund." last month, amazon announced it would give full refunds on all hoverboards purchased through its website. nbc news has attempted to contact organizations that represent hoverboard manufacturers... so far, no response.
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ford is adding some new technology that will protect your vehicle from getting damaged after driving over a pot-hole. it's only on the 20-17 fusion v- six sports sedan. the company says the "shock absorber system" automatically stiffens when sensors detect a pothole. it will allow the system to keep the wheel elevated instead of dropping into the hole. ford says the fusion is the first mid-sized car in its price range that has offered the feature. an electric shock hazard has prompted apple to recall about 895-thousand a-c adapter kits and plug adapters sold in the u-s and canada. the recall involves apple world travel adapter kits and wall plug adapters. the two-prong wall adapters used overseas can break and expose the metal portion of the adapter. that can cause an electric shock risk. consumers should stop using the adapters and contact apple for free replacement adapters.
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million s-u-v's worldwide -- because of possible problems with the seat belts. in a news release issued early thursday morning , the company said a flaw could cause some rear seat belts to fail. the affected vehicles are the toyota rav-4, toyota rav-4 e-v, and toyota vanguard. most were built between 2005 and 20-14. toyota dealers will fix the problem at no cost to the consumer. in health news this morning, new evidence suggests the zika virus can cross through a pregnant woman's placenta and potentially infect the fetus. research in "the lancet infectious diseases" detected the virus in the amniotic fluid of two women whose babies developed the birth defect microcephaly. more than a third of americans are tossing and turning ... when they should be getting a good night's rest. sleep experts generally recommend adults sleep
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anything less than that has been linked to a variety of health problems -- like diabetes, obesity and heart disease. based on a review of data.... the centers for disease control reports 1 in 3 adults do not get enough sleep. babies are likely to be miserable when their teeth are coming in, but it shouldn't actually make them sick. a study in pediatrics finds that along with irritability, a slight rise in body temperature is a common symptom while teething. but anything over 100- point-4 degrees is considered a true fever and could be a sign of an illness requiring treatment. we have more news coming up in just a moment, plus a final check of your weather. but first here's a look at what's coming up on wis awareness. coming up on awareness -- with the democratic primary just ahead -- the palmetto state will be seeing a lot more of senator bernie sanders and former secretary of state hillary clinton this
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the two have their similarities but it's their differences that leave many south carolina democrats undecided. we explore those differences and how they will determine the outcome of the primary. stay with us and watch this special edition of awareness previewing the going back to the old neighborhood can be hard sometimes. walls have been built invisibly around the old neighborhood
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and frankly, opportunity locked out. i spent my entire life in the civil rights movement. i came up in the naacp like my mom came up in the naacp, like my father came up with the congress of racial equality, like bernie sanders came up with the congress of racial equality. black lives matter. we need to combat institutional racism from top to bottom in a broken criminal justice system. i'm supporting bernie sanders for president and all of us who have joined this campaign are there for the same reason. he's always fought for a populus position of let's fight for all our families as if they are our own.
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we've been in community since 1970. this is wis "awareness" >> meaghan: good morning. thank you for joining us for "awareness." i'm your host, meaghan norman. with the republican primary now over, the attention shifts to the democratic primary. recent south carolina poll numbers show hillary clinton with a comfortable lead of almost 20% points over bernie sanders. now nationally the lead is larger. but sanders has been gaining ground with key demographics. he had a strong showing in iowa and a straight out win in new hampshire.

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