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and flash flooding, and as the line made its way through, it intensified and became pretty nastto fact, in newberry, a gust of 36 miles per hour, and the we had some spells developing in and arouou the columband then at this ef-0, this just came in, and that is 50 mile-per-hour gusts. we will talk about that tornado a michael: the high water and then the snow and the rain. property and business owners are bucarol: flash flooding caused a mess along with over flooding rivers in parts of the citmyra -- flooding rivers in parts of themyra: clearing away the sidewalk
they are trying to cle>> these guys i like, instead of going into the rain, a gentleman clears the drain, everythiand why we cannot control the weat we need all of a help we can get in making the area available, and when there is flooding, when there is still on the sidewalk, that is prohibitive to business. myra: they say it is typical. >> in a flood prone areas, most of the residents and merchants there became accustomed to what type of event is bringing on these type of issues. myra: the public works bar mitzvahs they are workingf engineers to
the river property owners are hoping this will be history. carol: a portion of a trail is shut down at the clevestreet ridge, swamp rabbit trail. a section of the trail has washed out due to erosion around a storm drain pipe, and they hope to have it open again by friday evening, and pro football players have high school players on their mind. michael: it is the top of the super bowl, and brad fralick joins us live tonight. brad: how are you, michael question >> yes, today is national s day, and most of the guys playing had big days, and then moved on to the nfl. we talked to two of the biggest stars of thea panthers with what they remember from
and tough decision. i tell that story a lot. it just ended up working out perfectly, and georgia offered the scyou sign that piece of paper, and it is blala, and your parents are there, all of your buddies are there, and you have got your hat on. it is pretty cool. brad: obvious the color going to boston college, others going to georgia, bu big-time college scholarships, including a greenwood native. hegood memories of signing day. we would hear from him later in sports. d fralick, wyff news 4. michael: this is a day where high school players makedreams come true, their own and
ricardo: yes, very exciting, and they are making a lot of college coaches happy. one of the big winners, the clemsomost recruiting services, 23 players signing up tdabo swinney loading up for another ru>> just real simple. we got ready today. that is what we want to do, continue to improve, and i thought we did that ricardo: the tigers did miss out on t number one target who chose michigan. south carolina did w around, it getting the gamecocks 2016 class within the top 30 of the natitheir main concentration was grabbing recruits from in-stat>> i think we have a lot of really good players in state, and i think we have made some good inroads with this year's class and inroads with
comfortable abouricardo: already on campus in the quarterback. coming up later in sports, we will dive into some of the bcarol: thanks, ricardo pick and we will talk to you later. and a live look now in clemson at the 2016wendy's recruiting wrap up with dabo swinney, getting underway at about 6:30, and you're invited tomorrow towh panthers gear and be part of a picture at 10:00 a.m. at morgaas mike mccormick shows us, this is just one type of support. mike: in spartanburg, you can grab bite and feed the will to win all at the same time. >> so excited.mike clement fans are sharing
hanging inthe city of spartanburg put it there, and city hall is also >> where going out, talking to some dn businesses and congratulating them and letting amike: some are using their signs to che tm, the owners of whatta wash, also offering five dollars off on those who wear their panthers gear. others are also offering panthers pride. >> a here, so i think we should all suppmica: the city says the banner will be here for you to sign at least twmike mccormick, in spartanburg. michael: and just days away, more candidates out of the race, senators rand paul and rick santorum both today announcing
the whitmike huckabee announced he was ending hishouse right after the iowa caucus. carol: bill clinton on the campaign trail for his wife hillary, and we are live there with much moreon wyff news 4. >> i do not think we need a business of this scale with this kind of traffic coming in. michael: a popular gas station in t upstate at the center
of a communitjohn: look at this beautiful shot, and the sun continues to go down.
soutou michael: right now in dispute, a quik- trip. carol: that is where we find corey davis tonight. michael: he is lcorey: it gets loud reaction, and tonight,
some people are showing concern about pod >> i do not think we need a business with of this scale with this kind of traffoming corey: payton blough and diane keller are among the many who are at odds over the arean the mansour's liquor store and the project host super kitchen. she says s will take it instead of apartment buildings.
huge monsters. there is no parking because they take up all of the pareverything's coming within this area. >> if i lived here, the top reason would be crime, and the 24 hours a day that the lights would be on. the 1:00 in the morning people leading bars, stopping by to grab one more sixpack, and the noise.corey: the qt gas station says it will be safe. >> that is what it is we have state-of-the-art surveillance
camercorey: greenville police say there were m than 440 911 calls that were made from thenearest qt gas station on rutherford drive last year. employees made 145 of those calls about suspicious people, like panhandlers and beggars, according to police.
service were made by officers and noticed issues at the-- more than 120
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mandy: she was given the name of "amara," meaning "beloved," and she was picked up, emaciated, about 20 pounds under what she should in sores and blind. it was later determined she had been shot at least twice in the head, this x-ray showing the bullet and
fragmen>> i was surprised she was still standing and moving around l able to, but it was obvious that her body was going to start shumandy: after getting her on a special diet county paws, there was a nonprofit rescue group out of north carolina w boxers. >> one of the blitz was almost right between her eyes.th they did not. mandy: they are saying that she
week, --is weak. >> she has proven that she is a strong girl. mandy: an anonymous donor has put up a $1000 reward for anyone who did th to amara, and those caring for her say she is stable but has a long way to go.carol: the anderson county sheriff's office is investigating this case. michael: if you know anything about this, you're asked to call the sheriff' office at 260 -- 4400. john: heavy rain and flash flooding in certain areas, but this has moved well off to our east and is beginning to affect the country, and we will
these shaded areas, and this goes through the overnight areas. we still have runoff from the heavy rain, and most of us in the mountains, and most of us had three plus inches of rain, causing some flash flooding, all of that water going into the rivers and streams, and expect some minor floodf these are in the form of flooding, and thenat southeast and intensified, there were some pretty good thunderstorms. they're a wind gust in newberry, and then we had a break with that solid line thunderstorms, so we had an indivi cell, and there was a gust. in pine ridge, just off to the south, southwest of downtown brief ef-0 of 65 to 85 mile-per-hour wind.
briefly, and it caused athis was about 6/10 of a mile. this was an ef-0, no reports of any injuries come damage to somethat was in a car storage lot, and s that weakened some, it became a funnel cloud and stayed aloft, forest acres, but especially south of the city of same cel, and then it a sickly parallels interstate 20and in towards florets. it lifted. -- and that it basically parallels interstate 20 aeventually, into savannah, where
cells, thaa potential area. since midnight last night, over an inch of rain in greenville, about 1.5 inches in anderson, over two inches at the airport, which is a record amount of rainfall. a live shot from spartanburg. cloudy eyes. you can see temperatures are still very warm down through florida. 34 right now in st. louis. we break up the clouds, a slow process as high pressure builds in. friday loo nice day, unseasonably chilly. the forecast for tonight, patches of light rain over the next hour or two, and some clouds with a northeasterl breeze. mid-50's by lunchtime.
anchor: mecole hardman will play quarterback for head coach kir and in the next stage in their athletic careers, and the state's top running back inking his way at spartanburg high. tavien feaster will make his way to clemson, and wel daniel offensive linemen cade steward who will take the gray shirt this year. >> you belieanchor: south carolina also grabbing some talentupstate, with byrnes wide wide
against -- in the garnet and black. and going to south bend, indiana, falling in love wh the fighting irish provide, defensive back troy pride. next to compete in the classroom as wthis had everything overall that i wanted, and that is the reason i pianchor: built-in wide receiver -- built-in wide receiver -- pendleton wide receiver malik grate will take his talents to winston-sal next season, and we go out to santa clara
we are overlooking the bay bridge, a phenom bot for the live shot and to talk super bowl 50. we always love talking to josh moorman, the quarterback out of greenwood, a guy who has never minced his words, and he said today it would be awfully special to bring the lombardi trophy to south carolina.>> it would mean everything to me to win a super bowl, and thenn bring it back home and have that trophy, that is it. that is something that would never, ever be able to be taken away from us. brad, no question about it, josh norman what try to slow down peyton manning, and we will have more
tonight at 11:00, and we haveveam newton talkothers, and you will hear that tonight at 11:00. we a sanford is go,