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being the great coach she is -- no matter what we thought we knew she taught. we're promising education so on the long run a better life. but the first step was the sacrifice. we did it. now as we stand here tonight -- eyes full of tears saying "thank you god for four great years!" wherever life leads us after it's all over you never know. in the poem -- royoyhanks gamecock nation for their support -- calling fans the 6th man off the bench. tonight -- fans got up close and gamecock nation for their support -- calling fans the 6th man off the bench. tonight -- fans got up close and personal with the players at a pep rally downtown. billie jean shaw is at the usc alumni center. billie jean. a beautiful day in the capital city but the soon comes the rain. meteorologist ben tanner joins us from our first
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capital city but the soon comes the rain. meteorologist ben tanner joins us from our first alert wx center. ben a cold front approaching the state will deliver a few late day showers tuesday into wednesday morning with 1/4" rain totals possible. cooler temperatures with partly
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thursday.will watch for another few showers late thursday into friday morning. presidential candidates are at odds as the race for the white house heats up. tomorrow 12 states head to the polls to vote for who they think should vie for commander-in-chief. despite their differences in campaigns -- all of the presidential candidates do agree on one thing -- super tuesday could make or break them with plenty of
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a total of 595 republican delegates are up for grabs of the 1,237 needed to clinch the gop nomination. a new c-n-n-o-r-c poll today shows donald trump with a sizable lead, getting 49 percent of the republican primary vote. on the other side of the isle -- sanders and clinton are vying for 865 of the 2,383 delegates needed to win the democratic race. hillary clinton tops bernie sanders in the latest poll 55 to 38. joining me know to weigh in on the race for the white house -- political analysts trav robertson and
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sam bleiweis spent time with the student interns today. we first brought you this story back in august when the student interns at palmetto health baptist parkridge had just been selected and orientation was beginning. now, two of those students have jobs - and the others...well on their way. nats: "i had an interview. and you got? i got a job!" that's a very happy tarung parikh. he just got hired in the kitchen at palmetto health baptist parkridge - thanks to the skills he learned through project search. sot: "i am enjoying it very much!" project search is a yearlong program for special needs students -with the goal of getting the interns into the workforce after learning valuable job skills through three ten week rotations at the hospital. sot: "my favorite part is delivering trays and walking around the hospital - i like giving the patients a smile." the students stock rooms, put
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and make patients' lunches. each intern hoping to make their way into a job they've trained hard for. sot: "a job in the supply and distribution or supply tech in the er." and are passionate about... sot: "maybe be able to work in the near graduation from the program this summer. as for tarung, he starts work this month. sot: "he's a child that loves to work, but he's very happy every day when he comes here." project search job coaches are currently going through the applications for next year. they hope to have a new intern class picked early spring. in the newsroom, sb wis news 10. newberry college is offering a big bucks break to bring in more students. it's providing help with the scary specter of student debt! starting with this year's freshmen -- the college
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student loans if they don't make more than 36- thousand dollars when they begin their careers. the 'loan repayment promise' was inspired by programs at other small, private liberal arts schools in the midwest. "it helps me pursue my dream with confidence. it really does. it's like... ok. when i get out of here, it's going to be ok. i'll have someone who has my back on helping me to pay, i don't have to worry about if i can afford after i get out of college to pay back my student loans." newberry college says the program is a short term plan to increase enrollment. a check of your forecast just ahead. ben. a cold front approaching the state will deliver a few late day showers tuesday into wednesday morning with 1/4" rain totals possible. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another few showers late thursday into friday morning.
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with 1/4" rain totals possible. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another few showers late thursday into friday morning. with 1/4" rain totals possible. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another few showers late
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with 1/4" rain totals possible. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another few showers late thursday into friday morning. with 1/4" rain totals possible. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another few showers late
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with 1/4" rain totals possible. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another few showers late thursday into friday morning. maybe enjoying it a little too
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i was already in a cast when i set out to do 50 different workouts to embrace turning 50 in late march. but despite being in a cast, each time the doctor took it off and did an x-ray, there wasn't enough so this morning, after a third x-ray and receiving a third cast, i also received some firm doctor's orders for absolutely no weight on it. so, my quest to encourage you to stay active no matter what is coming to a temporary hold - per doctor's orders. i'll continue the series once i'm able to run, hop, jump, skip and pounce on my foot. calling all of you e due for a colonoscopy! put on your party hats. why these cocktails can save
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as national heart month comes to
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ticker. cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death, accounting for more than 17.3 million deaths a year. that number is expected to grow
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million by 2030. one in four south carolinians suffer from some form of heart disease. talking on air about having a colonoscopy - not my first topic of choice. talking about a way to save your life - i'm all in. i've been invited to a party put on by consultants in gastroenterology and usc's center for colon cancer research. i'll be live tomorrow from a party like this one where we prep for wednesday morning colonoscopies. why? because i want to encourage you to get the screening that saves lives. and advocates like usc coach dawn staley know the importance after her mom was diagnosed with colon cancer. "i think early detection is great, but you don't get early detection without having competent doctors who will look after you like they would look after your parents like they are their parents." "i had two very good friends whose fathers died of colon cancer in their 60s. they weren't screened. they weren't screened early enough. and i knew we could do more." and you can do more for yourself, for your family, by being tested when it's time.
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party" coverage starting at 4. coming up....the usc women's basketball team thanks the fans for their support...... plus....a knee injury ended his basketball career....but brian steele is still helping the gamecocks win games. sports is next!!!
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night. it will be bitter sweet for brian steele. a knee injury ended his playing career....but he's still making a contribution to the team. joe gorchow has that story. on the bench... instead of wearing a uniform. it's not how brian steele envisioned spending his senior year at usc. "broke my heart with the injury situation. he cares so much." steele's a student assistant coach for usc. knee problems ended his playing career after his junior season. steele: "really had a year to coach under my belt and i think that will help me as i graduate." martin: "it's given him some perspective there. he's been great. spends a lot of time with us watching film. and on the bench and in the
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the players." as freshman player... coach martin knew steele had the mental make up to be a solid contributor by the way he battled carolina's tough guy... michael carrera in practice. "michael's a guy not too many people want to dance with. brian didn't take a step back. it caught my eye that day and i never lost sight of that." steele's never lost focus on how to help usc grow as a program. whether as a coach or a player these past four years... steele's happy he's had the opportunity to impact carolina basketball in a positive way. "i mean when we came there was kind of nobody in the stands. we were kind of a joke to be honest. feel like we've earned their respect. people really appreciate all the hard work we put in." and coach martin appreciates how hard steele's worked while at usc. joe gorchow wis news 10 sports. the usc women wrapped up their regular season yesterday. they completed their sec schedule undefeated. tonight they celebrated another outstanding year with a pep rally. the party was thrown by the carolina alumni
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the players were greeted by the fans.....the band, cheerleaders and cocky were also on hand. the gamecocks are being honored for their third straight sec regular season championship. they are also just the second team to finish with a 16 and oh sec record. friday...they'll open play in the sec tournament in jacksonville. staley: "i couldn't write a better script for how our fans have supported us. they put us in a position to we usually have this for the ncaa, but now we have it for the sec tournament it shows how much our fans support us. really care about us. it means a lot." one final check of the forecast a cold front approaching the state will deliver a few late day showers tuesday into wednesday morning with 1/4" rain totals possible. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies
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thursday into friday morning. that's all for tonight's 7 o'clock report. another look at your local headlines tonight at 11,
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>> it's the oscars. >> where anything can ha >> anything can happen. >> "e.t" with the winners, partying all night long. >> this is the os to be here is to be part of history.
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gold, what his mom told us. everything you didn't see. >> he only has one eyebrow, so i drew it on for him. j-law backstage. plus exclusive photos of katy perry and orlando bloom hand in hand. find out where hollywood's hottest new couple spent their oscar weekend. and what jen's closest friend told us. >> she's dealing with a lot of dress and pain. and oscar fashion. our joe zee breaks do the best, the worst and what needs a little fix. >> a snip here, a top and that dress will go from awful to awesome. >> now for february 29, 2016, this is "entertainment tonight." >> leo is the king of the oscar

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