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the weeken: mild weather continues for the first of the week and then it cools d week. today, you can see rain affecting parts of tenkentucky. it continues working its way eastward. will get a few sprinkles in the mountains area a little more action this wednesday, we will get rain from the froncooler air behind it will be felt in the latter part of the week. these are average high this time year for the first of february. we start out very mild temperature wise. a little breeze out of the so plus. temperatures in the afternoon will soar the 60's. 63 or 65 in the upstate. upper 50's to low 60's for the mouns also. we will talk about with a cooldown arrivminutes. geoff: commitment 2016 this
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caucuses. candidates worked into t hoping to get voters to show up today. allyson: republican frontrun donald trump started his day attending a mass outside des moines appearance in sioux city. democrats hillary clinton and bern deadlocked race. clinton stuck to her message that she's the most experienced and most electable. sec. clinton: i am a better candidate, and ti will be a better president, and i want you to know that. sen. sanders: the issue is not just hillary ce sanders. it is whether the people are ready to lead this country in a very different direction. >> you have a lousy record. 16 years and you haven't picked a winner. please pick a winner this time, ok? i'm gonna win. i'm gonna win. >> the responsibility, the role each of you has to vet the candid eye and distinguish who's telling the truth and who's blowing smoke.
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south carolina primaries. geoff: here's a reminder for the dates for the south carolina primary. the republican primary is saturday, february 20 followed by the democratic primary a week later on february 27. in georgia, both primaries are set for tuesday, march 1. in north carolinh primaries are on tuesday, march 15. allyson: in greenville county mauldin police say more arrests , could follow after a teen was killed during a shootout at bojang a judge denied bond sunday for will watts. the 19-year-olds were arre and charged along with a 15-year-old girl. the teens face several charges, including murder. police say it all started with a drug deal saturday night. they say that meeting turned into a in a shootout. investigators say 19-year-old savon allen was shot in the head. police say after the shooting the teens hid the weapons in someone's yard. they were found after one of the suspects told them where the
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geoff: anderson county at police say a teenager shot and killed himself. the coroner's of 17-year-old shot himself in the head. deputies say they responded call of a shooting victim at a store near the teen's home. that teenagers that he had been shot at a home on old willamston road. when they arrived, the teen ran from a car and went inside home. deputies say that's when teen turned the gun on himself. allyson: investigators in taylorhe person who stabbed a man to death. the coroner says 42-year-o jamie howard died after he was stabbed in the chest. investigators say a hunter found hi right now, investigators are trying to figure out whether howard was stabbed were he was -- where he was found on burrell road in taylors or if it happened at another location. call if you have any information. geoff: a man pleaded guilty to two carolina. 43-year-old michael benoy will spend at least seven years in prison. he used a pellet-gun pistol in
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weaverville in january of 2015. the day before that incident, he robbed the bank of america on hendersonville road in asheville. happening today in downtown greenville, there is a detour you need to know about. allyson: you can see it right behind us. main street will be closed. aly myles is there. aly: that closure will start at 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. today. court street just up by the hotel. over here you can see broad street. this is so they can get the ice on main equit here on village green and start breaking it down ice on main finished out its fifth season two weeks ago. it' the upstate. according to its sponsor, united community bank, it's been a warmer but successful season.
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-- had more than 70,000 skaters over the last five years. the bank sells gloves socks scarves for charity here . they say this year, they donated $1,040 to camp courage. they also announced last week they'll be the sponsor for at le if you are not able to get out here this season or as much as again november 2000 and 16. be sure to avoid this area in the heart aly myles, wyff news 4, live in . geoff: the carolina panthers are in cal. wyff news 4 sports' director brad fralick and marc dopher have touchdown in touched down in california.
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it is 2:00 a.m. and we have arrived. we have arrived ready for super bowl 50 station. i am saddled with the loading of all of this. theyf this. just the two of us. a tough job, but somebody has to do it. we are looking forward to later media day is crazier than marc loading luggage. it will be a lot of fun. we are looking forward to it. we kick off the week. it is not media day anymore, it is is primetime. there are multiple tripods and lots of gear. once again, marc handling the dirty work as he usually does. we look forward to it. we will see you later today.
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time today at the pawyff news 4 is following the panthers to super bowl 50. brad fra will cover the team from the ground santa clara. i'll be live with them thursday morning right here on wyff news 4. then on friday, we'll preview the big game with our special program "chasing a championship." that is at 8:00 p.m. friday right here on wyff 4. allyson: that's right. dale joining us again. what are we looking at? dale: cloudy weather today. a few sprinkles. rain coming in tomorrow mild overtures continue to be the story for a couple more days and them area a lot people thinking winter is over with? it feels like it but on friday it will bea few sprinkles and northeastern georgia mountain.
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the afteby tomorrow for the upstate and was the especially, there is an 80% chance of rain in the folook at these mild temperatures. 54 is the average height for this time ofinstead of having 20's and 30's in the morni the 50's, we start in the 50's and will up into the 60's. mid-sixties today. upper 60's wednesday. cooling back down to normal thursday with highs of 46 to 55. cooler than normal friday through sunday. have the warm coats ready for more winterlike temperatures rod area it will be sunny but colder from on. matt: i'm matt lauer. i'm here in , campus of iowa state university, bernie sanders about to walk intond hundred supporters. you guys convinced you're with
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[cheering] ok, anybody haven't made up your mind yet? haven't made up your mind yet alright, so there's some people who still haven't made up their mind. sanders expected here in five minutes. we'll have complete coverage on "today." allyson: a look outside at our hilton greenville skycam. it is a quiet morning so far on
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.... 2nd ranked south carolina ricardo: good morning. i'm ricardo lecompte. a top 10 w hardwood sunday evening. second ranked south carolina facing 10th ranked texas a&m. the aggies looking for a little revenge after they lost by one a few weeks ago and they jum31-25 at the half. we moved to the fourth quarter. game tie tiffany mitchelll hits the j from the left wing to give the gamecocks a two point lead. 20 points for the senior. now a four point lead. a'ja wilso blocks. we head the other way. mitchell with the nice dime to khadijah sessions. all part of a 10-0 run by the gamecocks. that put them up six. this game doesn't come down to the final possession. wilson with the board and the putback. the sophomore forward with game high 27 points. south carolina wins 70-63 and moves to 21-0 on the year.
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a 1990's favorite makes a comeback soon you can bridge watch this famil: mild weather for the first half. more like winter the second half.
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just a min announcer: now, your live super doppler dale: 5:47 the time as we look out from paris mountmostly cloudy skies and 54 degrees. that is like a normal high for this time of the year but we have a few ml weather. a few isolated spots in northeastern geo or two in the upstate today. more so in the mountains. behind that cold front, cooler temperatures come back friday, saturday, and sunday. 40's and 50's as we head out the doa light breeze out of the northwest anywhere from six to 13 in the upstate and three to 12 in the mountains. normally this time of year this
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and climb to 54. today, we start out low 50's and have mid-sixties in the afternoon. upper 40's the goal for high but today, we will get up to 60. there have been warmer days in the past but typically mild temperatures ahee run and it draws in the southwesterly breeze andgulf. behind that front, the wind shifts and td temperatures settle back in for the later partth week. thursday will be normal. friday through sunday little cooler than normal. we will enjoy the 60's this afternoon and temperatures in the mountas reaching 62 as potential highs. as we look ahead, it looks like rain on tu so wednesday. clear weather is back thursday and cool temperatures return mountains first. the upstate will chill down to
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morning.daytime highs this weekend in the 50'e upstate and low to mid 40's in the mountainsarea. allyson: thank you. a second virginia tech student in now charged in connection to the deatl who'd been missing since tuesday. nicole lovell's body w on saturday in north carolina. yesterday, detectives searched a pond at virgina tech for evidence. a section of road near the virgin part of the investigation. 19-year-old natalie keepers was arrested yesterday and charged with body. 18-year-old david eisenhauer is also behind bars facing charges of abduction and murder. geoff: deputies say they took two inmates back to orange county, california, days after the pair escaped. the sheriff's office released new video of the inmates yesterday, who, according to deputies, were on the run for more than a week. investigators say a woman alerted officials after seeing th reported stolen. officials say they've already tightened security at the jail following the inmates' escape. allyson: police in alabama are
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in a crime spree across three cities. officials say they're l for blake fitzgerald and brittany harper, who are from missouri. they reportedly committed or tried to commit three armed robb t yesterday. they found their victims at this home in vestavia hills, a hotel in tuscaloosa, and a mcdonald's in hoover. police say the suspects abducted a woman at this home and also kidnappe both of them were released unharmed. investigators say fitzge harper are armed and dangerous. the norfolk police force are a protected when they are out serving the community. specialists came in to fit the k-9 officers for bullet proof weekend. and l spike's k-9 fund. it hits home for the department because they lost a k-9 earlier this month after a suspect shot him. protection and may have survived
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allyson: volkswagen may buy back some of the diesel cars linked to its emissions-cheating scandal. automaker has rejected demands that it should repurchase the vehicles under recall, but recent statements from the company indicate it's reconsidering that position. last year, v.w. admitted it sold millions of diesel fuel cars with software designed to trick em a v.w. attorney told a u.s. federal court that a buy-back program may be a solution for some of the vehicles. geoff: toyota is halting production plants in japan for a week because of a parts shortage. the shortfall was caused by an explosion last month at a facility of one of its suppliers, a the blast is believed to have been caused by a gas leak. toyota s run from february 8 to february 13. the giant automaker produced nearly 3.2 million vehicles in japan last year. that's an average of more than
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greek yogurt has been ordered by a judge to ditch an ad campaign that takes a dig on the competition. the ad rivals the use of artificial preservatives and sweeteners. chobani's biggest competitor, general mills, makes yoplait and dannon, maker of light & fit greek yogurt. the judge found that preservatives and sweeteners are not dangerous as the ads lead consumers to believe. the company is still free to promote its use of natural ingredie geoff: faced with falling revenube cutting prices in new york. the ride-sharing company says fare service have dropped by 15%. that will make taking uber a little cheaper than a typical nyc taxi ride. the minimum fare is now $7.00. in a blog post, uber said it's cutting prices because ride requests are down in winter months. the company hopes to encourage
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for its drivers. general motors is kicking off its efforts to build self driving cars and they are puthey are creating a dedicated team starting today led by o vps of gm. it's goal is to figure out a strategy to make he and the leader in software driving t moves. it shows it is the longer just a concept anymore.allyson: netflix is bringing back "gilmore girls." the beloved and cw from 2000 to 2007. according to netflix, lauren grah return as mother and daughter. the streaming service also confirmed cast members scott patterson, sean gunn, and kelly bishop will all be returning. netflix did not say when the show would premier or what its title would be. netflix ordered in of the 1990's series "full house" with a new title, "fuller house" in april. also trending this morning, incredible footage of a massive
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that's next. geoff: you got to hang around for that one. it is unbeplus, new at 6:00, nikole killion, who is usually in our excl in des moines, iowa, today
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announcer: now, your live super doppler dale: 5:57 now as we look at from our woodruff road skycaepic starting to become inbound you we have mostly cloudy skies and get a couple sprinkles staro oconee. western north carolina will have a bettn today, especially later this afternoon wi upstate at just a 20%
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tomorrow, that will increase to 40% and 80% on wednesday. by the afternoon, mid 60's expected under me upstate. showers in the mountains in high temperatl pushing 60. some places even 62. that is what is going on. we get ready for rain in the firs week and the later part of the week but we need the warm jackets thursday and friy morning. geoff: considering it is february, we expect that. in this morning's buzz, unbelievable footage here of a ma off his board off the coast of maui. allyson: you can only image what was going through surfer tom doslan wave. oh my gosh. geoff: slow-motion. look at the drop. allyson: that is huge. geoff: that can get you.
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allyson: that is hard when you land water on that. geoff: some kind of shot right there. amazing. allyson: he came away with only a stiff neck and a broken boarde next day. dale: if the waves can break your board, thatllu something. geoff: i have been body surfing. allyson: on a wavelength that? -- wave like that? geoff: that is what i am saying. if that can geallyson: i don't need to try that. let's take a look at this morning's headlines. nikole: countdown to caucus. i'm nikole killion in des moin hours away from the first v in the nation. what to expect, coming up. geoff: plus, after a deadly shootout in mauldin, three teens are now in jail and officials say re fl 50. what our sport for us later today with the
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that is coming up. geoff: but first, happening now, parts of the west coast dealing with winter weather disrupting traffic. this video shows a 29-vehicle crash near the california-nevada border. traffic was at a standstill for several hours. it is unknown how many people were hurt or the extent of the injuries, but no deaths were reported. allyson: a little bit of a different view back inr area. you're are taking a look at looks like it will be a pretty day today, right? dale: it will be a mild day with 60's in the upstate athere will be showers starting to developunafternoon. maybe isolated speckle in the upstate. tomorrow and wednesday better chance of at least the first half of the week is miyou will not need the warm coat. 48 in asheville. 52 in hendersonville. same for spartanburg.
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