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our news continues right now. [captioning performed by the national captioning inut[captioning performed by the national cwhich is responsible for its caption co[captioning made possible by wyffallyson: happening now, a race to close to cathey called it a win for hillary clinton in the democratic caucus. however, the projected winner on the republican side, ted cruwe begin with a live look from our andethe fog is thick. geoff: parents, we have school makeup days to know about. in greenville county, students will now attend april 22 and april 25. spartanburg county district three students will go to school february 15 and march 11.
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will attend school next friday, february 12, and march 7. monday, we have a full list of makeup days on our mobile app. it is a foggy morning. dale: it really is. fog is a cloud on the grf it. thence fog advisories continue until 10:00. the couple of showers alongeorgia-south carolina border. you will run into a or two. or action expected later this afternootonight especially as it marches across the country and a cold front wis showers through tomorrow. it has cap temperatures very mild. it got into the uppe and in the mid 50's in greenville and spartanburg. low 50's in the piedmeven 50 in asheville this morning.
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very much we may see 59 to 60 for the upstate, this afternoon and it will reach into the low 50's. count on fog until 10:00 this afternoon with a few scatteredgeoff: thank you. the iowa caucus is over and they have declared the winner in the gop ra house allyson: on the republican side, the top of the list, ted cruz ticky 28% of the vote, donald trump with -- nikole killion joins us live . nikole: this is the closest race
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>> as i stand here tonight breathing a big sigh of relief >> i think the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment. nikole: both the clinton and sanders campaignt as win after splitting the vote, and on the republican side the , race was more clear cut as ted cruz emerged victorious over donald trump and marco rubio. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and across this great nation. nikole: as the candidates move on to new hampshire today, some candidates are calling it quits , including democrat martin o'malley and republican mike huckabee who are suspending the campainikole killion reporting. allyson: thank you. new hampshire is next bu, say most eyes will turn to the southern primaries. that makesou of a political gateway. we're less than three weeks away
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20. the democratic primary, a week later on february 27. the presidential candidates are schedus. the iowa women will be in greenville today. aly myles is outside, alive at the td con with more. aly: first, i want to show you what dallkwe have been here for two hours and the fog is getting thicker. something to keep in mind on your commute. let's get to the senator's visit. take a look over here with that welcomit says senator ted cruz, residential campaign rally, tonight. by the time he comes in, the fog
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he will r tonight's event at the td convention center. at 5:30, the event starts at 6:30, and the rally is free. al4 live at the td convention center. also coming to the upstate this week, rick santor. he kicks off tomorrow with a meet and greet at sandey's at the white house in york county. then it's a town hall meeting at limestone college, followed by a visit to the beacon drive in, and later that day, a town hall at erskine college in abbeville county. it's all part of santorum's 46 county tour in south carolina. geoff: on the democratic side, hillary clinton's daughter will make her first campaign swing through the palmetto state. chelsea clinton will attend women for hillary events in rock hill and spartanburg. she will also address clemson university's program in women's leadership. that is on saturday at 5:30. allyson: senator tim scott -- tim scott could endorse marco ruthis would be rubio's second endoen member of south carolina's congressional delegation. trey gowdy announced his support
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december. if you're curious how many delegates candidates are getting this primary season, we have a delicate tracker in the media window on wyff4.com and our wyff 4 mobile app. geoff: let's turn to super bowl 50 as they get ready for practice and answering a lot of questions. it was super bowl media night last nigbrad fralick card up with the carolina panthers brad: nfl opening night with defensive back to a, what has this been like for you? >> it has been crazy. the media is everywhere. people everywhere. it is a blessing.an opportunity you dream to have one day and it is here.
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>> yes. i knew i was coming to a team and that's it worked last year, we had our downfall, but we always spothis year, we felt like it was going to be working from training camp, the season, we were just finding ways to win. brad: what has been the craziest you have s tevent? >> oh, man. brad: have you seen any spandex? >> no. brad: did you see miss universe? >> i think i saw her over there. that was crazy. i felt like i was walking into a room oi am amazed. i never had to walk through people to be interviewed. i walk around and you get bombarded, crazy, but soak it in.
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trey boston, carolina panthers. brad fralick wyff news 4. geoff: looks like a lot of fun and we are loor special program. we have a special, "chasing a championship." i will head to california tomorrow to begin live coverage on thursday. it is incredible the amount of distract, it can impact the team and who handles the distractions the best. allyson: they are made for that. they can handle that. geoff: i would imagine they are enjoying it.dale: what an experience. how about some blog? -- fog? we have got it. this is our peace center looking at reedy river, below the
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hard to see anything other than street lights. foggy conditions for your morning drive. it will if you are traveling south on 85, you will run into showers in parts of georgia and one or two spots abbeville look at the sprinkle. postal happen lay and tonight. this low-pressure system in the nation's midsection with the cold front start to draw warm temperatures into the region tomorrow. we get back to the upper 60's on wednesday and the receipt showerhere is our computer model. showers th afternoon, increasing overnight, and tomorrow, stormy weather through 3:00, 4:00 and then it pushes through and it clears up. tonight and do half of the day tomorrow, pretty good downpours of raitemperatures this morning are very m franklin, 50 in asheville,
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in oconee county, 52, 54 in belton as you begin the day. temperatures will not climb a lot. they will reach 64 the upstate and low 50's for the mountains. here is our four day plus forecast. a ray on the day, mid-to-upper 60's for hicooler temperatures are back on thursd size right about where they should be: within normal saturday -- cooler than normal saturday and sunday and b normal monday. have the warm coat ready for the kids. >> good morning. we have been covering the story for the spread of the zika virus and the threat it poses to woman who pregnant. now, the military is going to ev families in these zika hot zones, essentially in latin amer as the world health organizati declares this now a public
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trying to stop the spread of this virus and to develop a vaccine? it's happening on many fronts around the world. we'll have the story coming up on "today." allyson: on look outside and our
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a look at our hilton greenville skycam. this is i-385 near haywood road.
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geoff: exciting news out of the greenville zautumn the giraffe is in labor. the process is underway and we do not know the se baby. we won't know until it is born and bill cosby is set to appear in a pennsylvania criminal court today. cosby and his attorneys are tryi assault case against him thrown out. he has been charged with three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home in 2004. more than 50 women have accused cosby of sexual misconduct. geoff: ammon bundy, the leader of the armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in oregon, will be back in court today. he is seeking to be released with a gps ankle bracelet until his trial. his father is ordering protesters to keep occupying the malhaur wildlife refuge. this, after ammon bundy urged the remaining four protesters to
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group leader ammon bundy and ten others were arrested last week after one of the protest group's most prominent members was shot dead by a law enforcement officer. allyson: president obama and house speaker paul ryan are set to meet one-on-one today. president barack obama is meeting with the wisconsin lawmaker for the first time since he became house speaker last october. the two leaders will have lunch in the oval office after a meeting with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. the men will discuss the president's fiscal 2017 budget request and areas of common legislative interest in obama's last year of office. geoff: it is described as the toughest race. what they have to overcome to reach thni: you will have to overcome fog of morni dunkin' donuts' unbelievable selection
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spartanburg skycam showithis is gibbs field trying to look back at spartanburg brady can on few paint streetlights because of the fog. counties highlighted in grey are under a dense fog advisory until 10:00 this morningone or two spots inside of anderson and abbeville getting a sprinkle but most fog. later this afternoon, scattered shower more spas the front marches across the country,through until 3:00 or 4:00 tomorrow afterno head down to the coast. we will have heavy downpours. we could see three qh tonight and tomorrow. temperatures ranging from 49 in franklin, 46 in andrews. not as foggy or cloud covered in boone.asheville at 50.
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not bad for this time of the year, but it won't climb very much. 60 for the upstate and low 50's for afternoon s today with persistent cloud cover. this will be our next weather maker. this low generating snow in parts of nebraska, northern kansas, thunderstorms into missouri. front. they will come friday, saturday and sunday morning. we will get a light southwesterly breeg with the system tomorrow and today more of a north easterly flow. showers pick u this afternoon and evening, espe overnight and to half the day tomorrow. by 3:00, 4:00, things clear up for thursday, friday, saturday and sunday. feeling more like winter than
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foggy in the morning for the mountains and low 50's for afternoon highs. as we look ahead, mild tomorrow. cooling back down to normal on thursday and cooler than normal friday, saturday and sunday. allyson: powerful wind gusts sent a 150-foot pae crashing through the roof of a southern california restaurant, and the whole incident w w caught on camera. the tree came barreling down on the ven tiki lounge sunday in ventura, narrowly missing four people seated on the patio. employees could be seen running into the restaurant's security camera view as the tree snapped in two. no one was injured. geoff: a car thief fleeing police caused a deadly accident an elderly woman and two children police in nearby college park were chasing a man in a stolen suv. then he crossed into atlanta. the driver ran a stop sign in a residential neighborhood, and hit a car carrying a 75-year-old woman, her 12-year-old grandson, and a 6-year-old girl.
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driver. allyson: the national transportation safety board is l alcohol level to become lower. it's asking states to lower their legal limit from .08 to .05. they say it's a way reduce alcohol-related road accidents. in the last 15-years, one-third of all highway deaths involved alcohol. geoff: the investigation into the chipotle m. coli outbreaks has come to an end. among two seperate outbreaks least 60 people in 14 states were infected by the illness. in all, 22 people were hospitalized as a result. investigators were unable to find a single ingredient that could explain the outbreaks. according to a company spokesperson, chipotle has made every effort to improve the safety of all of its food items. thousands of competitors took part in what has been described as the world's toughest one-day race. its called the tough guy race.
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nine-mile course in england. the competitors overcame obstacles such as a 40-foot vertical wall climb, an underwater tunnel and the anaconda. that's a series of concrete pipes fixed with hanging electric wires. all eyes will be on pennsylvania this morning. that is when the famed groundhog will make the annual weather prediction. if phil sees hw today, the u.s. is in store for six more weeks of wintif you does not, well, we should on the mark. since 1998, phil has been right 13 times brett brown 15 times.last year, the groundhog socket
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>> now, your live super doppler 4 hd for: good morning. coming up on 5:58. it is foggy across the region. this is our peace centerr skycam toward the downtown area of greenville-spartanburg-laurens. these counties highlighted in grey under a dense fog advisory until 10:00. the extra careful around school bus stops and crossing ah because
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scattered showers this afternoon and thtonight with the next front approaching us and assistant marching across the country. later this afternoon, maybe a rain jacket for a scattered sh59 to 60 for the upstate in the mountains reach into tthese today. foggy all around the region. if you are traveling to tennessee, atl, charlotte, give yourself extra time because e fog will be with us until 10:00. thank you. google finds itself on top once again as the most viable company in the w at the close of business monday, google parent that past apple. also that is estimated to be worth $570 billion oil apples value is as hundred 30 $5 billion.
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-- more valuable than apple was in 2010. apple had guests to release ipad and steve jobs was still there. geoff: bottom line, they are doing well.let's get to this morning's headliallyson: commitment 2016, the iowa caucus is mostly over. they have declared their winners this morning. ted cruz took 28% of the vote, donald trump with 24% and marco rubio at 23%. on the democratic side, close with five more votes for hillaryclinton the bernie sanders. geoff: a live look outside from our woodruff road skycam. you canant see a lot because it is a foggyt with dale. dale: good morning. foggy conditions across the
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