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it will impact of the upstate. 2:00, 3:00, we will start to get showers. cloud cover has been widespread. it has been a mild morning. 67, greenville. you can see a line of showers into newberry county. seeing some frequent lightning along that leading edge. very active with a lot of lightning. as we take a broad look at the southeast, this is part of a big low a waste west towards mississippi valley. this will kick up showers and thunderstorms tonight. of rain. cooler temperatures expected breeze. there is a's slight potential of severe thunderstorms. one to two inches of rain tonight.
if you live in one of those areas, watch out for ponding that may develop on roads. 63, anderson. 67, greenville. it has gotten a little mild today. we will show you the future plus for test in a few moments. >> new details released about a woman's body found sunday morning in pickens county. officials are trying to figure out to -- a figure out who 35-year-old reza khan was with saturday night before she was found shot in the head sunday morning. a fisherman called officials, telling them he'd found a woman's body at the saluda lake boat ramp off buckskin road. investigators have not made any arrests or found any weapons. neighbors in the area say it is a quiet community with very little crime. >> real surprising. it is usually quiet and docile and you don't hear about a whole
going on around here. >> an autopsy is scheduled for late this morning. detectives hope to figure out the cause and manner of death as well as how long khan's body might have been there before she was found. anyone with information is asked to call crimestoppers. a substitute teacher is facing charges today. accused of stealing prescription drugs from an upstate high school. this video of morgan ashley kidd, as she was taken to the anderson county detention center this morning. authorities said the investigation started earlier this month when a nurse at crescent high school noticed some missing medicine. kidd is charged with two counts of theft of a controlled substance. school officials say she no longer has a job at crescent. investigators are looking into what started a fire at a recording studio this morning. the fire broke out around 4:00 this morning along pine knoll drive in greenville at the chaplain ministries building. several offices are in that building. the fire started in a double ceiling above the recording
>> we did have a small fire burning in between two ceilings, everyone has been accounted for no injuries to the firemen. we are trying to determine the original cause. >> firefighters said an apartment was attached to the building, but the person inside escaped without injury. police in columbia want to know if a shooting at a mall was gang related. it happened saturday night at the columbiana mall officers say two men were fighting and then a third got involved. investigators say two of the men pulled out guns shot into the air and then took off. no one was injured. police have not identified the shooters but believe the two men are between 20 and 25-years-old. friends and family gathered in pendleton over the weekend to remember the lives of four people killed in a quadruple homicide. the vigil to remember mike and cathy scott, barbara scott and violet taylor was held at veterans park in pendleton
all were found shot inside their home last november. so far no arrests have been made in the case. anderson county deputies began consulting with criminal profilers from sled hoping to gain some insight on the crimes. commitment 2016 this afternoon, democrats and republicans are flipping the script this week, democrats compete in south carolina. the republicans caucus in nevada , the exact opposite of last week. tracie potts has more on where they're focusing, this week and beyond. >> we're going one after another. ya. yes. >> donald trump, looking beyond tomorrow's contest in nevada to super tuesday. >> i have a big advantage. but a long way from being won. >> behind him, there's a race between ted cruz and marco rubio, >> what happens in vegas is not saying in vegas. >> rubio hasn't won a state yet. but cruz isn't winning his key group, evangelicals. in south carolina, they voted for trump, >> there is a division of
primary is an ongoing conversation. >> the democrats are getting ready to square off in south hillary clinton is popular with the large african-american >> if she wins big in south carolina and people think she will do then she's going to have tremendous momentum going into next weekend and the super tuesday states and it's just a real problem for bernie sanders. >> the next president of the united states. senator bernie sanders. >> we are listening to the african american community. >> clinton is looking ahead. >> i'm in texas right now. we're reaching out to everybody. >> tracie potts, nbc news, washington. >> the back and forth between apple and the justice department over iphone passwords continues. in a post james comey, defends decision requesting apple help fbi investigators hack into san
work-issued iphone. while this morning, apple ceo tim cook sent an email to apple employees. in the message, subject lined thank you for your support, cook says the fbi should withdraw its demand. adding, this case is about much more than a single phone or a single investigation. apple has until february 26 to file its opposition to the initial court order. in north carolina, the state has its first reported case of the zika virus. officials with the health department say the case was traveled to a country with an that person has since recovered. the virus is usually spread through mosquito bites. so far, there are no transmission cases in the u.s. beyond a possible sexual transmission in texas. the man who shot eight people in
>> later this afternoon, we are expecting the suspect in this shooting to make his first court appearance. the county prosecutor believes they have the right man and the are ready to file charges. this is the person accused of going on a shooting rampage across the city. he killed six people, injured, two others. those two have serious injuries. there was a vigil for the family's -- for the victims in kalamazoo. >> you see this stuff on the news all the time. you do not think about it because it does not affect you. this hits your community, your friends. >> asked for a motive, we do not know. that is what is so puzzling about this. we are hoping to glean more information today in this court
by all accounts, this is a normal guy, he never showed signs of being erratic four. he was in -- he was an uber driver. lot of questions in kalamazoo. >> a judge is set to decide today whether a lawsuit brought by families of victims in the sandy hook elementary school massacre can go forward. gunman adam lanza shot and killed twenty children and six 2012. school teacher who was shot and survived are suing companies that make the ar-15 rifle used in the attack. the suit is the most recent test of a 2005 federal law designed to protect gun makers from liability when their guns are used in crimes. the u.s. supreme court is back in session today. it is the first time since the sudden death of justice antonin
this morning. scalia died earlier this month while visiting a remote texas ranch. he was 79-years-old. president obama has vowed to pick a supreme court nominee to fill the vacancy. republicans argue naming a successor should be a job for the next president. she waited all her life to see an african american in the white house and when 106-year-old virginia mclaurin finally did she couldn't contain her , excitement. in a video posted last night by the white house, the south carolina woman squealed in delight and busted a little dance move when she met the first couple. mclaurin was at the white house to celebrate black history month. during her short visit with the obama's mclaurin repeatedly , tells the president it's a honor. in 2014, mclaurin began a social media campaign to meet the obamas. she filmed a youtube video which was accompanied by a white house petition and a facebook page. coming up. a driver's fast reactions helped a bus full of people escape
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camille cosby is scheduled to deposed today in the defamati allyson: camille cosby is scheduled to deposed today in the defamation lawsuit against her husband comedian bill cosby. attorneys for the 71-year-old cosby tried to postpone the deposition, but late sunday a judge ruled that today's deposition should go forward. her attorney's claim she had no involvement with the facts or allegations in the case against her husband. cosby is slated to answer questions under oath in the suit that alleges bill cosby sexually assaulted seven women decades ago. mr. cosby has denied all allegations against him. police in alabama are investigating a murder that appears to linked to a stolen cell phone. police in fairfield say a 23-year-old man was shot twice in the chest sunday night. they believe the gunman, shot the man in a confrontation over the stolen phone. according to police, the victim
thief using the iphone app where's my phone. investigators want to know how a fire broke out onboard a minneapolis-bound megabus. >> a lot of us lost. i had so much in my luggage a lot of people lost a lot of stuff. >> the fire happened yesterday afternoon along an interstate in lake forest, illinois. one passenger says there was a boom and black smoke. riders are crediting the driver with getting all 40 passengers off the bus without injury. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a portion of highway in central west virginia remains closed today after several rock slides in recent days. the first slide happened sunday afternoon. no one was injured, but neighbors say cars had been on that section of the road shortly before the rock slide began. the west virginia division of highwaysysrought in excavators and large drills to move the boulders off the roadway and then break them down. >> it's just mother nature at its best.
out for, stuff that drivers need to be cautious that it could happen at any time, and again it is scary. >> neighbors say that area has seen rock slides before and that a large rock fell from the same area just a few weeks ago. rock slides are common this time of year, especially due to snow melt and rainfall. and dale: one-a-day we have had so far. this is our asheville skycam. it has warmed up above what was originally projected. as we check out our greenville skycam, and good bit of cloud cover. probably pushing up to 69 or better in a few places before the rain comes in. so far, shower activity we have been anticipating has stayed in
still seeing frequent lightning in the edgefield area along the i-20 corridor. this is part of the system to the west. that is pumping moisture into the southeast. we will get rain this afternoon, tonight, overnight and through tomorrow. tomorrow, a cooler, northeasterly breeze blowing that will lock the temperatures in the 40's on tuesday. some thunderstorms with that low as it draws closer, kicking up showers and thunderstorms. wednesday, we may have to watch out for severe thunderstorms. our future plus forecast, showing the line of showers right now. we start to see more action this afternoon, 3:00, 4:00.
keep an umbrella handy. not only today, but tonight and into tomorrow. a good chance of showers tuesday into wednesday. it clears, but today will be the warmest day of the week. seeing 67, greenville. a few more degrees climb. wind started out westerly, now shifting to the east. what is typical this time of year -- not 69. more like 58 on average. a record of 76 set back in 2011. it does look like they will challenge that tonight. it is warmer than normal in the mountains. 64 in afternoon high.
days than what we are experiencing here in february. this will probably be the warmest day of the week. this brings in lane and cools things down. after it clears, it will be: and what we experience today. you can see the northern half of the country, the blue is where it is in the 30's and 40's. a good bit of the country iss feeling light winter. for the afternoon, temperatures projected to reach low 60's. it will drop down the low 50's by midnight tonight. as fell, temperatures in the upper 50's, drops to the 40's by midnight. stays there tomorrow with mid to upper 40's. 80 to 90% chance of rain tuesday. wednesday, looks like showers and thunderstorms. it clears for thursday. it only gets up to 50. it looks like this weekend we will see low to upper 50's for highs and chilly mornings.
40's. cooler weather for thursday on. >> take a look at this. a three-story high house that is entirely upside-down has attracted hundreds of people wanting to catch a glimpse of the rather odd sight in downtown taipei. the house was furnished with real-size chairs, tables and even a car stuck to the ceiling. the house opened earlier this month and will remain on display until july of this year. one visitor said he was excited to visit the house because the upside-down perspective made him feel like he was in a movie. the family-sized house has a living room, a bathroom, a garage and other rooms. organizers say it took about two months to build the house. that would kind of confuse you. they put everything on the ceiling before or after. what are you planning on doing with your tax return this year. coming up. we'll have some advice. coming up later this afternoon on ellen.
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what's old will be new again, at carowinds. if you plan on visiting the park this summer, you'll be able to enjoy rides that were popular years ago. our affiliate in charlotte, is reporting that carowinds will debut a few refurbished vintagag rides. the park is hoping to bring back memories that parents can share with their children. that won't be the only change at the park, the carolina harbor waterpark will open in may. gas prices continue to drop. according the lundberg survey, the average price for a gallon of gas is $1.77. around here, seeing lower than that. 56 below the price of gas one year ago. prices have not been this low since 2008. just when you thought you could take your tax refund you're getting, and splurge on something you want. along comes an idea on what you really need to do with it, chris clackum has more. >> if tempted to use your 2015
you are not alone. >> may be a day at the spa. maybe a day of total relaxation. >> because the irs is on pace to match or exceed last year's 77 million refund checks. those averaged about $2800 apiece. many of the lucky ones this year have already spent it. >> in an imaginary world i would get some season tickets to the panthers. >> but financial advisors say it doesn't take much imagination to figure out what you should do with your refund. number one, pay off high interest rate debt and that's typically consumer debt like credit cards. >> advisor chris hobart says credit card debt is the most insidious because it grows daily. but also recommends putting refund money into an emergency fund. that reduces the potential for more debt, and then depositing much, if not all of what's left into a retirement account.
401k or your ira is maxed out or more importantly maybe starting a roth ira >> or maybe he says you should adjust your withholdings so, you aren't providing the government with an interest-free loan for next year. chris clackum, nbc news. don't forget the date to submit >> your tax return has been moved back 4 days. this year's deadline falls on the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against the abuse of women... ...protecting social security...
to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. >> welcome back. some rain is on the way. dale: you can see it on
the doppler radar. coming heavy in the columbia area. soon into laurens and it will make its way up the corridor or into the up state later this afternoon. keep an eye out for thunderstorms that will come in overnight. tomorrow, we will see a good hit of rain and some severe
lights, camera, access. you were wearing kanye. >> does kris think that kanye is damaging her kardashian empire and is the matriarch maneuvering behind the scenes to fix it? i'm billy bush. she's definitely having fun at the expense of her ex. >> my worst, i think is going to be caitlyn. >> she said that marcus was having an affair with nicole brown simpson. >> the new beverly hills housewife found herself in the smack in the middle of an old o.j. simpson live triangle. >> for me -- >> an interesting end to a fashionable week. we pick our style star. you count out battered leo. how his makeup guru created that gruesome magic. >> which was something i'd used on titanic. >> lights, camera, access. >> are kanye and kris on a collision course? welcome to "access hollywood."
capitalism, marketing, and promotion and after a week which brought kanye's "snl" tantrum and the endless twitter rants, for kris jenner, this could be trouble. >> if there is any behind the scenes drama, kris is offering up a humorous spin. have some money for his outrageous $53 million debt. >> thank you. >> a sense of humor and a bit of an eye roll. that is how kris jenner handled jokes about kanye's debt tweet while guest hosting on "fashion police". >> we are getting there. one $5 at a time. donations are always welcome. >> but they're claiming that kris is tar terrified of kanye,