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be in the midlands t good afternoon. i'm and for darci strickland. a cloudy start to the weekend in the midlands. but in the upstate, snow is falling. we begin with a quick look at the forecast with meteorologist efren afante. >> it has been a cold and chilly start in many parts of the midlands. right now temperatures are only 39 in new very. winnsboro, 36. columbia and lexington, 42. a little warmer in orangeburg at 49. a lot of snow and sleet mixed in. in the upstate into south of charlotte. but for us, a lot of clearing skies. and these clearing skies will make their way to the midlands and the next few hours.
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a lot of sunshine. clear skies tonight. it will be cold. down to 32 degrees. tomorrow it will be windy out of the northwest. even with sunshine, it will still be chili. a high of 47. we will look at the seven-day forecast in a few minutes. >> thank you. the orangeburg county sheriff's office this afternoon is looking for a person of interest after an suv was stolen from an " -- local auto sales business. investigators say somebody stole it a 25 chevrolet trailblazer. sales. employees say last saturday suv back. they say the man arrived in a blue car and the woman drove it away. this is a picture of the person they are looking for. if you know who this is, you are supposed to call crime stoppers. the richland county sheriff's department now has an app. alerts
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wanted suspects, deadbeat parents, and crime mapping. you can also submit a tip through the app. the sheriff says the app is one of the best ways for the department to reach the community quickly. in the upstate, officials are trying to figure out how yellow die ended up in the river. concentration of the die was discovered earlier this week at a renewable water treatment plant. the company says the water is not designed to remove die so the colored water is moving through the system. at the statehouse, new legislation at the statehouse will take the choice of state education superintendent out of the hands of voters. if approved, the measure would allow the governor to appoint a position. voters would have to approve the constitutional amendment. if they do, the last election for superintendent would be in 2018. after weeks of being in committees, state senators
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house's built -- passed over to them last year. but no decision yet. the president pro tem told lawmakers to expect long days next week as they pick back up with talk next tuesday. in national news, investigators and columbus, ohio are trying to figure out what motivated a man to attack people evening in a diner last night. witnesses say the man walked in with a machete and started slashing customers. four people were hurt. one is in critical condition right now. after a brief chase, police shot and killed the suspect. police say quick observations by employees helped them track down the suspect. the world health organization says it could be -- it could be another year and a half before there are large-scale trials on a possible the. >> scene. meanwhile, the president says there is no intention by any country to pull out of the olympics of rio de janeiro over concerns about the mosquito-borne virus.
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that brazilian authorities and global health organizations will take the proper steps to combat the outbreak. democratic presidential hopefuls are fresh off a fiery debate. hillary clinton and bernie sanders did their best to sell themselves as the best option to win in the fall while the republicans are going all in here in south carolina. we report from greenville. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders squared off in a debate thursday night, with each claiming to be the right choice to, after president obama. >> today senator sanders said presidential -- president obama fail the leadership test. this is not the first time he has criticized president obama. i don't think he gets the credit he deserves. >> madame secretary, that is a low blow. one of us ran against barack obama. i was not that candidate. >> the candidates are sending the message to african-american voters who make up a large percentage of the south carolina electorate.
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our economy, a lot of poor people are african-american. >> the attacks were also aimed at one man, donald trump. >> you can push down donald trump by electing somebody was a solid conservative with a conservative record. >> all these guys -- these conservatives -- jeb bush says, i do not believe he is a true conservative. these people are stupid. >> the republican candidates are pressing for more debates. cbs news, greenville, south carolina. a look at where the candidates are campaigning today in the palmetto state. hillary clinton will make a stop in hamburg county. she is hosting a townhall there. that starts at 3:00 at an elementary school. john kasich has stopped in
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he is speaking to the south carolina chamber of commerce at a luncheon and then will go to orangeburg at 1:30 p.m. for a private event. marco rubio will hold a rally at the greenville downtown airport today. that event is open to the public. the doors open at 4:15 p.m. at this hour, jeb bush, ben carson, ted cruz and marco rubio are taking part at an event at bob jones university in greenville. this is cosponsored by the palmetto state project. it is being moderated by ag alan wilson. we will be streaming that on our website at wltx.com. pope francis embarking on a five-day visit to mexico. millions of people are expected to be in attendance when the holy father celebrates mass on the country's southern and northern borders. the streets of mexico city are bustling with last-minute preparations for his visit. stores are already selling his memorabilia.
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address drug and cartel violence. and a deal in syria will out -- food and humanitarian aid to reach hostile areas. temp of thousands of syrians escaped and try to cross the border to turkey. turkey already has more than 2 million syrian refugees. and is reluctant to take in anymore. a massive warehouse fire in central new jersey has been burning out of control for more than half of a day. the fire generated enough smoke to be detected by weather radar and forced some schools to close. the flames started yesterday afternoon at an industrial park. firefighters say they have been testing the air quality. so far, they say the air is safe. an unusual plane accident this morning at boston local it -- logan airport. a plane was hit by an unintended fuel band.
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get off because of wing damage. no injuries reported. passengers were put on a different plane. the usc women's fastball team rebounded last night after a loss to uconn. tiffany mitchell scored 22 points as the gamecocks beat their opponent. and another player had her 13th a double double. fourteen points and 11 rebounds. final score, 86-71. the team is back in action monday at tennessee. snow is falling across the upstate. we will see if we have any winter the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb.
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jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken. experience and judgment count in the oval office. jeb bush is a leader. he'll keep our country safe. jeb bush.
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(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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let's talk about some weather. we've got some snow -- not here. >> not here. >> we do have winter weather as far as temperatures. we did not get any snow. the upstate -- a different ball of wax. for the last several hours, a lot of snow being reported from greenville all the way up to parts of south of charlotte. you can see on the radar, a lot of the precipitation coming through -- especially in the northern part of the midlands,
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-- but the air was so dry at the surface that we did not get anything at all. right now the scope is clear. nothing falling in the midlands at all. no precipitation at all. it is still very cold. thirty-nine in newberry. thirty-seven in bishopville. where there has been more cloud coverage, it is cool. here in columbia, sitting at 42 degrees. out. northeast. giving us a windchill. feels like 39 degrees right now. you can see the satellite and radar -- we have this stationary boundary that has been hugging the central and southern parts of georgia. but behind it, a lot of clear skies. that will start getting into most if not all of the midlands by later on. by this afternoon, our model forecast shows most -- most parts of the area, -- will clear out. after sunset, we will have clear skies right into tomorrow morning. for highs today, we're looking at -- lower, to middle, to
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it will be rather chilly outside. a high of 48 degrees late this afternoon. a lot of sunshine. wind are generally out of the west out of thought -- at five up to 10 miles per hour. tonight, clear skies and very cold. it is 32 degrees. the low will generally be in the upper 20s into the lower-30s. as we watch this moved out, a lot of clear skies in the deep south. an area of high pressure bringing in a lot of cold dry air. it will clear out the skies. clear skies tomorrow. but it will be windy. we're looking at windy conditions -- generally out of the northwest at 10 up to 15 -- gusting at 20 miles per hour. with the clear skies, it will be very cold as we get into valentine's day. in the morning, we're looking at lows in the upper teens, to the lower-20s. fortunately, the wind will not be as bad. we warm up to 39 degrees with the sunshine. then rain on president's day. up to 49 degrees. rain continuing tuesday. with a high of 56. i was teasing about it this
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wednesday and thursday. lower-60s. going from 22 sunday morning, up to 63 wednesday and thursday. >> i don't think anybody will complain about that. >> thank you. let's see what valentine the mr. food test kitchen.
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with our dinner for with valentine's day around the corner, it is time to start thinking about what we can make for dinner that looks fancy and is tasty without breaking the bank. so after checking our website
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up with a new spin on chicken marcella that is perfect for two. it is clean your plate good. we put a couple of skinless boneless chicken breast with fake -- with some seasoned flour and sautied them with a mixture of vegetable oil and butter until they are golden. then we add a bit more better after we take them out, before tossing in some mushrooms and onions. after they are tender, we use chicken broth and a splash of marcella wind -- wine along with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. then the chicken goes back in. don't forget to put a lot of sauce on each piece. because that is the best part. and when you cut into this, get ready for one of the most tender and flavor packed dishes you have had in a long time.
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get the recipe for our chicken marcella for two -- along with some candles, champagne and soft music -- will dog -- will give you all the makings for a perfect valentine's day dinner. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen -- where today we found a romantic way for you to say, ooh, it is so good! >> that looks good. there is still time to make plans for your sweetheart
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we will take a look at the the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken. experience and judgment count in the oval office. jeb bush is a leader. he'll keep our country safe. jeb bush.
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if you live on lake murray, today and tomorrow is your chance to get a free treat. from 2:00 until 6:00, sce&g will give away feeling as part of the enhancement project for the lake. and again tomorrow from nine
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this is to control erosion and reestablish shoreline vegetation and protect water quality. you can get your free seedlings at the environmental building on bush river road. they also have 15 free trees to get away. r-kelly will be in the midlands night performing a concert at the colonial life arena along with vivian green. this concert begins at 8:00. tickets start at $53 are available online or at the arena box office. parking is $10. the south carolina state museum kicking off the valentine's day weekend tonight. head on over there to the event at 6:00 for $15 a person. you and a loved one can take a self-guided tour and visit the planetarium for a valentine's day show, food and cash bar. you can visit the state museum website for tickets. tens of millions of americans are finalizing plans for valentine's day.
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an average of about $147 is weekend. that adds up to nearly $20 billion. on valentine's day, more than half of men in relationships say they will buy flowers for their special someone. financial website bank rates as a typical valentine's day celebration includes roses, chocolate, champagne, and a nice dinner. that could set you back about $512. it is the fourth most lucrative event on the retail counter only behind christmas, back-to- school and mother's day. but not everyone's favorite holiday of the year. >> seems like there are a lot of people who say -- this is a set up holiday -- a hallmark holiday. >> men hate it because they feel obligated to top the others. >> or women hated because it does not live up to their expectations. nobody is happy. >> i know a few people who say it is a made-up holiday. one of the toughest things about valentine's day -- is
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out what men want. we asked around. many of the people we spoke to said they had no idea. that included the men he asked. he did find a few ideas out there like electronics, music, sporting goods, hobby accessories. you can find that entire story in the features section of wltx.com. today is international darwin day. the mission is to promote the public education of charles darwin -- theory of evolution and encourage the celebration of science and humanity. it was created in 1993 to honor the accomplishment of darwin, whose works continue to have discovery and biology, genetics and medicine. we're getting a little science lesson right now from meteorologist efren afante. because it is cold outside. before we go to that -- i'm telling you -- gentlemen, valentine's day, sunday. do not forget it. >> we do like to procrastinate a little that.
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>> no. because you and half of the other guys will be running through all of the stores grabbing things left and right. >> the last flowers that are left. >> and you will do it today. because tomorrow it will be windy. but you can see right now, a lot of the precipitation into the upstate -- already clearing from the northern midlands into the upstate. we will see the sunshine. we are already seeing sunshine right now. here in columbia, 42. a little bit of sunshine. the wind chill is still 39 degrees. we will hit a high with a lot of sunshine this afternoon, up to 48. windy conditions tomorrow. don't wait until valentine's day morning. because it will be 22 degrees. highs on wednesday, 62 degrees. >> we cannot wait until then. >> i'm looking forward to getting to the 60s and enjoying some sunshine. not a lot of the wind. nice tranquil weather. >> it will be a great weekend regardless. >> it will.
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