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story...after the break.3 the national weather service will send a crew to batesburg- leesville area today to determine if damage from yesterday's storm was indeed caused by a tornado. 3 good morning and thanks for waking up with us here on news19 this morning. i'm deon
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3 residents in lexington county will be cleaning up the debris left behind from a confirmed tornado.the national weather service confirmed that a small tornado did touch down off the charleston highway...near the state farmers market. 3 let's toss things over to meterologist 3 efren afante with what we can expect to see today 3
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3 3 the suspect in the sexual assault case near the university of south carolina turned himself in. 23 year old, carlos jiovany hernandez was taken into custody and charged with criminal sexual conduct in first degree and kidnapping. officers say the attack took place off barnwell street last weekend.the victim was talking to hernandez when investigators say forced her to a nearby area and sexually
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of south carolina does have a sexual assault and violence prevention department for survivors. 3 blame is a hallmark of trauma so much so that it now a diagnostic criteria for post traumatic stress disorder elf blame is. so survivors don need your help. they blame themselves enough, they question everything they did, whenever that assault happened, they don need anyone else to he's currently being held at the richland county detention center on a 300 thousand dollar bond. if he posts that bond - he would be required to wear electronic monitoring and has been ordered to have no contact with the victim. 3 a federal judge granted a delay in the trial for joey meek, the friend of the man charged in the charleston church shootings.meek's attorney wanted the delay in order to have more time to review evidence in the case. investigators say that 21- year-old meek failed to tell investigators all he knew about dylann roof's plans to shoot nine black parishioners
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3 a columbia adult store is expected to close it's doors by the end of the week because of zoning violations.taboo on devine street opened in 2011 and since then they have been in an ongoing legal battle over zoning in the city of columbia.last month the store received a letter from the city... saying that they needed to comply with the new zoning codes for the store and have until friday february 5th to do so.the manager of the store says changing the way they operate could hurt their business. 3 they pretty much dissected the adult business. even though we are total retail where you can buy it here,e,take it home, they have now decided that we cannot sell toys, movies and magazines, that every one of those is a completely different adult business and you can't have that all under one roof. as far as we're concerned it's all retail.3 the store manager says the city wants their store to be appropriate for all ages. if they don't make changes by friday... they could be fined
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face a 30 day jail sentence. 3 3 dozens of residents have been evacuated from a columbia apartment complex after a new ordinance is cracking down on poor living conditions.city leaders say there are many complaints and mainttenance issues over the years at the christ's court complex. on monday morning the city told residents they have 48 hours to leave the property after finding severe electrical, heating and mold issues.city manager teresa wilson says the new ordinance pushes for a more strict nuisance code when it comes to how property owners manage apararents. 3 "we intend to be more aggressive about these properties and go after individuals who are not doing what they are supposed to do when it comes to ensuring health and safety issues for the residents that are paying to live in their properties." 3 the 42 residents were all given temporary housing with
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permanent with the housing authority. 3 3 here's a look at what's happening across the midlands today. the 2nd annual "fashion for fighters: runway show will take place at the holiday inn & suites columbia-airport hotel in west columbia. the event will is a colorful night of fun, family and fashion in support of local cancer patients around the midlands. tickets are $35. the event runs from 6 until 9pm. 3 you may not be able to travel with your carolina panthers to the super bowl but families can still enjoy super bowl festivities.sport your favorite jersey and bring the kids to the richland library st andrews on broad river road. the library will host a super bowl mania event filled with food fun and games. the event runs from four to five p-m. 3 the uso is celebrating it's 75th anniversary today. as part of of the festivities...they are welcoming the public to a cake 11 am at the columbia metro
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3 two-time olympic medalist and hillary for america surrogate outreach coordinator michelle kwan will campaign for clinton today. the "fighting for us" forum will take place at 4pm at the spears center for the arts concert hall..that's located on columbia college drive. 3 3 many teens and kids feel like adultstson't understand how tough life is for them. to try and help create a better relationship between students and teachers, richland 2 started a unique program.news19's colby gallagher takes us inside shadow groundhog day. 3 brittanie gibson: "i don't know how she keeps up, it is tough." jeffrey mcmicken: "it's awful! i don't think i could be a high school student that well these days."it's said that many don't understand a person's struggles until they walk a mile in someone else's shoes. so richland two teachers put on their sneakers, jeans and backpacks to get an idea of what their students go through
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in not prepared, five more minutes isn't going to help!" brittanie gibson: "it was exciting to actually see what today's high school students do and the workload that they have to deal with in addition to all of the things, the peer pressure that they deal with on a daily basis."brittanie gibson is a special education teacher at westwood high, but for the day, she was just another ridgeview high senior next to aaliyah harrell. aaliyah harrell: "it kind of bridges that gap. i think it's just as much them understanding us as we're understanding them because you don't really think about what it is to be a teacher. then when you're around them it's like okay, this is a little bit different than what i thought."the teachers were expected to do everything the students did -- including taking their tests. nat: "immediately right when the test came out, i forgot everything."despite cramming, ridgeview high english teacher jeffrey mcmicken only got 1 out of 25 questions right in his algebra 3 class. senior mallory jeffcoat says she hopes the experience shows the teachers your performance isn't always a matter of effort. mallory jeffcoat:
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about their class and they don't know that you just had an ap test or you have another one after that so you're just trying to do two things at once and you can't only think of one thing at a time." mcmicken is glad the program only lasted a day, but says it will change how he thinks permanently. jeffrey mcmicken: try and do even more work in class just because at the end of the day, you're going to be exhausted and you might not do wltx. 3 the other teachers involved say they'll also remember the experience when handing out future assignments
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they do 3 care.3 chat3 3 we're just getting started here on news 19 this morning... some wicked weather rolled through the midlands yesterday. efren afante is watching for possible changes and has today's forecast in 4 minutes. 3 plus, we're all getting ready for the superbowl this weekend... but what about the people behind the scenes? we'll give you a look in to
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game on your big screen.3 the broncos and panthers may be practicing for the super bowl, but another team is also getting ready for the biggest game of the year. jamie yuccas got a sneak peek at what goes into
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3 from iowa to new hampshire-- the latest from the campaign trail. can you guess how much time the average person spends slacking off on social media
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you... coming up in 3 what's brewing.3 a tattoo studio owner in new hampshire is taking his support for donald trump to a new level."bob holmes" at the clay dragon tattoo studio in seabrook is offering *free* donald trump ink to anyone who wants it.he says it started as an off-the-cuff remark... and then took off. holmes says he's done about 24 trump tattoos so far... ranging from donald trump's face.. to his slogan "make america great again"... holmes says he also plans to donate a percentage
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to the 3 wounded warrior project.chat3 3 last week, mattel announced that barbie would come in new shapes...curvy, tall and petite... and in a variety of fresh skin tones and hairstyles. but what about ken?well the v-p of barbie design, says ken's body has already had some minor changes over the years, including a beard-growing shaving fun ken phase. but mattel is considering more updates to the male doll.in fact, mattel is looking to make lots more changes in both barbie and ken down the road, including more barbie sizes and jobs in the
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developer doll out this 3 summer.chat3 3 let's be honest....we all do it from time to time, but do you really know how much time youre slacking off at work? between facebook, twitter, news, and the occasional youtube video, most of us don spend our entire workday actually working. science has figured out
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at work...the answer.... we waste around about an hour every day....50 minutes to be exact.the american time use survey found that we split our "free" time doing things like catching up on our news feeds and seeing what trending on twitter.the economists found that workers take less personal time when they work
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3 campaign 2016 is heating up as candidates start to make their way through the palmetto state. coming up... which presidenial candidates are butting heads about who actually won iowa.
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3 residents in lexington county will be cleaning up the debris left behind from a confirmed tornado.and the national waether service in batesburg leesville today to determine if a second tornado touched down. 3 good morning and thanks for waking up with us on news19 this morning. i'm savannah levinsand i'm deon guillory. we still had some rain overnight and into today but things are expected to clear up just in time for the weekend. let's get a check of what we can expect 3 to see today with meterologist efren afante. 3
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3 the democrats face off tonight in their fifth debate and this time it will be just bernie sanders and hillary clinton on the stage.the leading bickering over the results from iowaeven though the iowa gop says no fraud was committed and the caucus results are final. weijia jang
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3 3 the first in the south, south carolina primaries are in just a few weeks and hillary cinton pulled in her husband to help do some campaigning. the gym at allen university was jam packed to capacity with more than 800 people.everyone wanted to hear what president bill clinton had to say about his wife's stance on many of the issues, from the economy to education. 3 you know with aarp being non paritisan we are all in this together and we all needed to hear just what he said what
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butted "it was phenomenal. a lot of students here don't really know about voting and by him coming to allen university and spreading the word about voting i really think that more students will be more inclined to vote. they're really engaged to vote, they really need that push and former president bill clinton came and gave them that push." 3 3 on the republican side ... two more candidates are dropping out of the presidential race. both senator rand paul and former senator rick santorum announced they are leaving the campaign trail.paul said he will return to the senate to run for re-election.meanwhile ...santorum says he is backing senator marco rubio who came in third place in the caucus.. 3 the superbowl is not just for the adults...still to come-- we'll have a guest in studio to discuss a family fun event happening in the midlands. 3 plus, yesterday was signing
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choose where they'll play college ball...sports director reggie anderson has the highlights and what usc ball coach will miuschamp has to say about the new class. living well your immune system works hard to keep you on top of your game. you can support it by eating healthy, drinking fluids, and getting some rest. and you can combine these simple remedies with airborne. no other leading immunity brand gives you more vitamin c. plus it has a specially crafted blend of 13 vitamins, minerals and herbs. so when you want to support your immune system, take airborne,
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3 3 3 you may not be able to travel
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the super bowl but families can still enjoy super bowl festivities right here in the midlands. the richland library
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super bowl mania event filled 3 with food fun and games. the event is today from 4pm till 4:45 at the richland library on saint andrews road. 3 3 3 3 3
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3 (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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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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3 if you're looking for something fun to do this weekend... mardi gras is coming to columbia. this saturday is the mardi gras festival at city roots.events kick off with a 5k and then a parade at 11am through the rosewood neighborhood. the parade ends right into city roots farm where its a day of live bands..a jump castle for the kids..and plenty of food venders selling anything you want. proceeds raised through beverage sales go to city roots, whose farm was damaged during the flood. 3 also if you love a bargian ... mark your calander for saturday ... as the junior league of columbia holds its 19th annual clean sweep.from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. its the one-day rummage sale in the cantey building located on the south carolina state fairgrounds. the sale has everything from handbags, jewelry, children
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furniture. gates open at 7 a.m.and parking is $5 per car. and make sure you stop by the atm because its cash only! 3 coming up, what forecasters are saying happened that's causing clean up today in lexington.dozens of columbia residents are about to be without a home. what prompted an apartment complex to close
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