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she shares the passion to keep it from being demolished. >> we lost walmart, all these businesses. we feel the town could come back using a focus point. >> reporter: in the 1700s he had his soldiers camp out at the school site. >> if you look that old drawings of the town the school is the most important part of the town. >> the building has been vacant for 20 years with failed attempts to renovate it. >> i appreciate all the hard work they have done. >> reporter: the mayor says the town counsel gave them a deadline to have a plan in place. the deadline pasted and no plan is set so he says it is time to demolish the building. >> an eyesore to the neighbors. an unsafe building. and the town's concern is that with this building being unsafe and not structurally sound.
trying to get private developers to renovate the school to be a space for the community. they won't give up on the school and that they want the town counsel to give them more time. >> there are so many potentials for the building. it is not in irrepairable shape. >> if it is gone it will be gone. >> reporter: janae frazier, news 19 wltx. >> the group estimates the renovation cost will be more than 4 million dollars. the mayor says the demmission of the building it -- demolition of the building will cost 100,000. a developer is interested in the property. they will discuss steps at the next meeting on february 14. floods damaged our fragile roads here leaving lots of pot hole. one of the areas is decker boulevard, park lane road and two notch road. one driver says there is no way
she says she has made several calls and hasn't gotten any answers. she spent more than $500 on repairs to her cars and tires from all the damaged roads. >> i -- i just really want the problem fixed. i don't know how we could be taxed as citizens and not have anything done and feel like no one is responding back to you. >> moments ago mary sturgill learned crews will be out tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. to begin the repairs. if you are traveling that way be prepared for slow going. the iowa caucuses begin at the top of the hour at 8:00 p.m. tonight the first votes in the process to elect a new perezitant and a time for the -- president and a time for the candidates to see if their campaign is successful. >> it is critical to show that they can convince the voters to support them.
win but it is helpful. >> next week is the new hampshire primary followed by the first in the south republican primary in south carolina on saturday, february 20. the democratic primary is saturday, february 27. now, the midlands most accurate forecast with chief meteorologist jim gandy. >> and today was unseasonably warm around the area. started out with a low temperature of 47 at the airport and the city. we warm upped to 76 degrees -- warmed up to 76 degrees. 4 degrees away from the record high of 80 degrees and we averaged 18 degrees above normal for this time of year. well, right now, mostly cloudy, 69, winds at 9 miles per hour. tonight we are expecting a low temperature of goo. most -- 52. mostly cloudy, mostly cloudy tomorrow with a high of 73. tomorrow night rain with a low temperature of 60.
we will look at that in a moment. >> thank you. there was a sexual assault on usc's campus over the weekend. students are concerned because usc did not send out an alert to let them know. robert kittle has all the details tonight. >> reporter: usc precman is scared -- freshman is scared and her parents are upset. >> terrifying that that was going on. >> reporter: early saturday morning a usc student was sexually assaulted near her dorm. have victim was walking here. around 3:45 a.m. saturday morning a man said he had a weapon and took her someplace and sexually assaulted her. usc sent out an e-mail in the afternoon but did not send out an emergency alert after it happened. >> i feel like an alert that even if they don't know what is going on would have been nice. like a warning.
but i know a lot of my friends were and that scares me that it could have been any of them. >> reporter: usc didn't send out an emergency notification because at the time of the report the wasn't enough information. the bulletin says the race is unknown, 5'5", 150 and between 20 and 30-years-old. >> any information is better than none. even like if there was a crime here and it was a high risk crimic i mean -- crime, i mean that would be beneficial. >> reporter: usc says text alerts are reserved for situations that pose an immediate risk to life and safety and require people to change their behavior like seeking shelter from storm. news 19 wltx. >> after the assault the victim told her roommate to call 911.
hospital for treatment. deputies into investigate the friday night shooting death of a 19-year-old, her body was found with multiple gun shot wounds. she was an employee of the walmart on two notch. her co-workers are setting up a memorial at the store. >> everybody came in speaking about what happened and it is just sad and now, you know, two families are going to be devastated over this tragedy. so we are all going to miss her. she was a good spirited person. always smiles. very energetic. a sweet, sweet soul. >> her ex-boyfriend is now behind bars after being charged with murder and armed robbery. a man has been arrested on charges of dragging a dog behind a car. billy husky.
investigation involving a puppy that was dragged by a car and left to die in the wooded area. the puppy was taken to the vet after being found. sheriff's department worked with animal control and then animal group to find witnesses. we are told the witnesses identified husky as the man responsible. the puppy is still recovering tonight. the noise and lighting studies for the spirit communications park are complete. the study was put together because residents are worried about the noise, lighting and parking problems that could come as a result of the new baseball stadium. tonight folks who live in the area are able to review the results and hear from the consultant. before the meeting we talked with the president. >> you know, i think people are concerned about what the impacts will be and i think over time as we understand what
to take it into consideration and see what we can do. it is important for us to be good neighbors. >> from the baseball perspective it will be ready to go for opening night april 14. it will be the new home for the fire flies. that means they need workers. they will host a job fair for the season. they are looking to fill 300 seasonal and part time positions. some positions inchewed ushers, video production -- include ushers, video production and others. saturday, february 13. that is a week from this coming saturday. saturday february 13 from 9:00 a.m. in the morning till 2:00 p.m. that afternoon in the richland meeting room at the convention center. 100 new jobs heading to lexington county. they are investing $15 million
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their first lindsay -- lombardi trophy. >> reporter: we are here in san francisco, look at the bay bridge behind me. all lit up in honor of super bowl 50 coming to the bay area, the big game sunday, the broncos and the panthers will battle it out for the big win, of course. so both teams arrived in the bay area over the weekend. the denver broncos will be practicing this week on stanford's practice. carolina panthers quarterback cam newton making big headlines headlines for the pants he was wearing when he got off the plane in san jose. pictures of this going viral across social media. and the internet. the pants sold out now. some people saying cam newton is on fire with the pants.
they will engrave the winner's game on the trophy. and the winning team will get a 18-carat super bowl logo. thishut down -- they shut down roads. zip line, food, music and activities. and you can go in and see historical super bowl memorabilia. super bowl ring displays. a lot of stuff happening here in the city. all right. back to you. >> thank you so much. madden nfl is putting its money on the carolina blue. they predict the panthers will beat the denver broncos. the panthers jump out to a 17-0 lead at halftime before the broncos score 20 unanswered. but with a minute left cam newton dived in for a game winning touchdown.
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south carolina's weather man 76 today? how many more days of this? >> well, that is enough to scare the groundhog. tomorrow. we have seen beautiful weather. we have a front to the north. we are watching this front. we expect it to come down into the northern part of the state, could come into columbia, a chance it could slip south of there but i don't think it will tomorrow. we will see moisture around. the main weather system we are watching is this storm system in colorado right now that has wound up. it is moving into the plain states. snows into the high plains but haven't moved into iowa. that won't happen till tonight but it is cool. north of that front. we are south of the front and temperatures have been mild. 68 anderson and greenville. 76 degrees -- these were the
76 degrees in columbia and orangeburg. 75 sumpter and augusta. 77 degrees in charleston. right now we haven't cooled off much. 69 ins columbia and orangeburg. 64 sumpter. 59 degrees in greenwood at the moment. our computer model indicating we will see an increase in clouds. partly cloudy skies tomorrow morning and we will see the clouds during the day. the front could slide down the coast and then cut across the columbia area. but it will be lifting north late tomorrow as a warm front, the warm air is ahead of a cold front and this line of showers and thundershowers wednesday afternoon, could be gusty winds with the thunderstorms. there will be heavy rains. tonight expecting low temperatures in the low to middle 50s. 50 winnsboro. 53 orging of burg.
newberry, 69 bishopville. 75 orangeburg and the seven-day forecast looks like this. seeing thunderstorms through wednesday with a high of 72. clouds on thursday. but it will be turning colder. 58 degrees. 52 on saturday. down ta29 degrees saturday -- to 29 degrees saturday morning. we are watching the forecast here for late sunday into monday. some of the computer models
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humane lane or ballpark road. breaking news into our we have breaking news in to our information center tonight. usc police now releasing these two photos of a man who they say is a person of interest in the sexual assault that took place near the usc campus taking place over the weekend on saturday. between 3:15 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. in the morning. again police say they would like the talk to this man to see what he knows about the case. again this happening on saturday on the usc campus off of barnwell street. if you recognize who this
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