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good afternoon. thank you for joining us on this wednesday. i'm darci strickland. it is a beautiful day in the midlands. clear skies. you may not feel the need for a weather radio. but there is no better time to pick one. several stores are selling them at a great price. one of those is walgreens.
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down the street. he joins us more with how you can get your hands on one of those radios. >> it is wintertime. spring is around the corner. we have our weather radios. here at the walgreens, these weather radios are ready and available for everyone to buy them. they already have the display. you can see a lot of the radios are available. we will be at walgreens around the midlands, as well as the and get one of these radios. discounted price because of the fact that are making sure that everyone has gotten ready for our severe the spring. the weather now -- take a look at the temperatures. it is absolutely sunny outside. it is rather mild. 56 degrees right now in the capital city.
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wind out of the north at 15 -- 12 miles per hour. we are expecting quite a bit of afternoon. looking at a high of 62 degrees. continued sunshine with light wind out of the northwest. overnight tonight, it will be cold. looking at 35 degrees for the low. clear skies. a clear skies will continue tomorrow. a high of 59 degrees with a lot of sunshine. and no doubt -- if you do not have a weather radio, now is the time to get it. we will be here at the walgreens. we will be making sure you have what you need to prepare and be making sure you get that at a special discount. right now, we're waiting for everyone to come to walgreens and get the radio. >> thank you so much. we will check in with you again later today. if you see smoke in columbia today, do not be alarmed. for jackson is conducting another controlled burn. the burn area consists of 420 acres at screaming eagle road. bowling has reached a new
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they have deliver the 100 airplay assembled in north charleston. the 787 was delivered to american airlines yesterday. the plane was -- the airplane was finished late last mayor -- last year. the first-degree minor role to the the assembly line nearly four years ago. according to new data, south carolina expert sales topped $30 billion last year. the state ranks first in the passenger vehicles. south carolina is also the top exporter of tires and lawnmowers in the country. total export sales were up 4% over the previous year. a new report out shows the state has a variety of empty lots, office buildings and even property with an old fire tower that is trying to sell. the department of administration has hired a real estate firm to market 45 surplus properties statewide. the properties could bring in more than $11 million before commission.
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three-story office building in north charleston going for $1.4 million. the cheapest is a quarter acre lot in dylan going for $5000. the site on john's island has an asking price of $265,000. the city of columbia's office of business opportunities is offering loan assistance to small businesses affected by the flood. the deadline to apply for funding is today. to qualify, businesses must be located in columbia. they must have been in business for at least two years. borrowers are eligible for up to $10,000. funds will be given out in march. a hearing in fairfield will continue today at the headquarters over the county. concerned residents spend more than nine hours yesterday testing before the mining council.
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don't want winnsboro building a cory in the area. the major concerns with how the their health. new evidence in the walter scott murder case. last week, attorneys for michael phleger filed a motion -- and that the taser be sent back to yesterday, a judge said he is giving a forensic investigator evidence. he is charged with killing stop in april. presidential candidates continue to bring into the -- come to the palmetto state. morning. he spoke at a roundtable event at the vfw on southbound line
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florida senator marco rubio will campaign tonight. he will hold a town hall event located on east boundary street. that starts at 6:00. this morning, donald trump held a campaign event. later today, he will be at a rally from 5:00 until 6:00. you will make his way to sumter willert -- where he will speak at the county civic center. the event is scheduled for 7:00. we're three days away from the south carolina republican primary. craig boswell has more. >> donald trump answered questions before 500 invited guests in south carolina and message. >> it doesn't matter who you are voting for. but go and vote. >> the latest polls show donald trump i had more than 2- 1 over marco rubio and ted cruz. >> if we are still fighting in
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primary. it has to end at some point. >> further behind donald trump is jeb bush. he is holding three townhall meetings today to try to win over south carolina voters. the former florida governor told voters to ask themselves the question. >> who has the leadership skills that have been tested to make sure you know that person has the steady hand to be able to deal with the challenges going forward? >> ted cruz, marco rubio and ben carson will face off in a town hall tonight with jeb bush, donald trump and john kasich doing the same tomorrow. craig boswell, cbs news. >> to keep up-to-date on the latest news, but to our website at scroll down and click on south carolina primaries, full coverage. it is just under headlines. keep in mind, you can only vote in one primary. apple says it will fight a federal magistrate order to help the fbi access information stored in an iphone that
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the magistrate ruled that apple must supply the fbi with software that can help hack into the iphones belonging to the killer. who along with his wife killed 14 people in december. apple says if they develop the software, it will put millions of other iphones at risk. investigators coming through the oregon wildlife refuge art -- occupied by about booby-traps. it is expected to say -- to area. one person killed in that standoff. pope francis will become the first pope to visit the u.s. mexican border today. he is visiting a prison before holding mass at a border town. yesterday, the pope displayed a rare show of anger when somebody pulled on him and your nearly
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-- and he nearly fell on a child in a wheelchair. he is urging people to avoid the war of the dark -- drug trade. the usc men's ask about team had a tough time last night against missouri. -- the basketball team had a tough time against missouri. the final score. 72-67. the first time usc has lost back-to-back games this year. the gamecocks take on florida at the colonial life arena saturday. this is at noon. and the usc women's basketball team will be back on the court tomorrow. they are going to take on georgia at home at the colonial life arena. this is at 7:00 p.m. efren afante is out of the studio today. it is a beautiful day. we have sent him on the outside. that is where all the
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want to be -- gilliard: you know, there's an old saying about south carolina, we're always first in the things that are last and last in the things that are first. this economy is rigged. we can do better. and that's where bernie comes in. bernie is not in the pocket of wall street. we don't have to depend on the so-called wall street giants. everybody knows the problem. bernie wants to do something about it. he gets it. i mean, he really gets it.
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efren afante is out of the studio at the walgreens at divine street, which is one of several places around the midlands where you can purchase your own weather radio. with weather like we have today, nobody is thinking about severe weather. but really, this is the time when you should think about severe weather. >> absolutely. we look at the devastation that we have gone through. this is on divine street. many of the communities were devastated by the october floods. this is just one of many of the communities in all of the midlands that we have dealt with flooding issues. right now, we are at the
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radios that we have right here at walgreens and other participating stores like kroger and academy sports -- these weather radios are at a special discounted rate. why? because we have been dealing with significant weather. we had tornadoes last week in lexington county. we're making sure everyone is prepared. they have batteries at walgreens. they have flashlights. these radios are battery operated. power goes out. get the batteries at walgreens up prescriptions or anything else at the store. because these radios will come in handy as we approach april and may weather. right now, a lot of people are wondering what we will be expecting. with these radios, not you but your entire family will be ready. when these radios go off, you, your family and your
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we are here making sure that walgreens is having everything you need. right now, you cannot beat the weather right now. the temperature around the midlands, 56 degrees and columbia. fifty-seven as we get out to lexington and saluda. the wind has been picking up quite a bit out of the north. a lot of sunshine. we have this area of low pressure that has moved off along the coastline. a trough associated with that is offshore. we will be dealing with some warm weather today. pretty much in the lower-60s. with the exception of newberry at 59. here in columbia, a high of 62. light northerly wind. clear skies tonight. it is going to get downright cold. looking at temperatures -- getting down to 35 degrees and columbia with lower-30s throughout the midlands. we're looking at temperatures get to 59 tomorrow.
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get ready for the weekend with temperatures in the 70s. quite a bit of sunshine before the rain comes back on monday and tuesday. even with the rain coming in monday and tuesday, you want to be prepared. we're here at the walgreens on divine street. they have been so good making sure all the radios are ready. along with flashlights, batteries and everything you need to get prepared when the spring weather starts coming around. it is right around the corner. and at least we get to enjoy some sunshine and warmer temperatures as we go into the weekend. >> that is right. we appreciate that. howard is up in the
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>> the recipe we have coming every year, there seems to be a vegetable that, for one reason or another, becomes the new go to favorite. last year, kale seemed to be the produce picked of stores. this year, cauliflower is following in its footsteps. the same smothered with cheese sausage cauliflower that many of us grew up with is now prepared and all sorts of new ways. if you have never tried it roasted, you are missing out. you see, roasting it with some olive oil and in a hot oven, brings out the natural sugar and allows the edges to get crispy. how about placing a whole head of cauliflower and grilling it until it is tender on the inside and has a smoky taste through and through. and a really big craze is mashing it after it is steamed or boiled. all we have to do is add some butter, sour cream and a few off-the-shelf spices. it doesn't get any easier than
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and feeling like mass potatoes without all the carbohydrates. if you want, you can dress this up with fresh herbs. and you will have a go along that is both tasty and trendy. i hope you go online and get the recipe for our mashed and smashed cauliflower -- so you are in the no when it comes to picking the hottest produce. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen where today we found a different way for you to say, ooh, it is so good. it is random acts of
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local de today is not -- national random acts of kindness day. the sheriffs department was spreading joy with the help of chick filet. a deputy saw someone at the drive-through, and paper someone behind them in the line. bowled over the kind samaritan
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>> the car in front of you paper yours and you paid for the >> yes. >> the sheriffs department and we want to give you this gift card. >> he was looking at us. on. a ticket or something. i was pretty shocked. >> we want to show you that this is our community as well. we really care. it is our way of giving back. >> the sheriffs department spent all morning handing out dozens of chick filet gift cards to citizens. coming up today on friends at five, a lot of you are in the process of filing taxes. did you know you could right of
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-- you this is everything that i have. my family. alyssa, she's 6 years old. recently she just learned about rosa parks. she asked me did rosa parks not give up her seat for a white man? and i said, yes, and i had to explain to her that it's not really over. this is what mommy is. i'm an activist and the same thing martin luther king was, he fought for her rights, this is the same thing i'm doing in honor of her pop-pop. my dad's name is eric garner.
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they don't know what they took from us. i'm just trying to get the truth out there. he was being a loving, caring man that he was, and he was murdered. for a whole year i've protested. i feel like a representative; because i'm doing this, i'm speaking out, me being his daughter. i'm never giving up. i'm never gonna forget what happened to my dad. our people died for this, martin luther king died for this. i'm behind anyone who's gonna listen and speak up for us, and i think we need to believe in a leader like bernie sanders. it is not acceptable to me that we have seen young black men be beaten and be killed unjustly. people are dying.
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we need a president that's gonna talk about it. i want to see an america where when young black men walk down the street they will not be harassed by police officers, they will not be killed, they will not be shot. that's why i'm for bernie.
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>> dylan: patty wanted to warn me. that's why she broke out of fairview the night of the fire. she wanted to warn me. and when i asked her what it was that she wanted to tell me, if it had something to do with why she killed dr. anderson -- >> paul: d-dylan, look, i appreciate you looking for some reasonable explanation for what happened. but patty's beyond reason. she's beyond logic. she doesn't even remember being in dr. anderson's office. >> dylan: okay. all right. but if patty had a reason to be worried or frightened -- >> paul: she's always frightened. listen, her mind, her brain, has been attacking her for years, torturing her, turning her in to this person who does these horrible things. >> dylan: [ sighs ] >> paul: i have been where you are, trying to make sense of it, and, trust me, it cannot be done. so save yourself the misery. [ door opens ] >> dylan: ah. look who it is. >> paul: hi, you guys.


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