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efren afante joins us now .... 3 3 chat
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3 3 the nation's first in the south gop primary is this saturday and several candidates are continuing their campaign across the palmetto state today. the first is former florida governer jeb bush. he'll be in rock hill first this morning at 9 talking totopotential voters at ebenezer grill.then at 10:30 he'll be here in columbia at f-n manufacturing for a business tour and employee town hall. 3 ben carson will make also make several campaign stops across the state today.he's scheduled to appear in gaffney....roebuck and aiken. at one point...carson was polling second in south carolina....but recent polls show him near the bottom of
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3 ted cruz will hold a national veterans for cruz coaltition event tonight. he will be joined by texas governor rick perry and represenative jeff duncan. it's going on from 3 until 4 pm at the columbia armory on until 8:30 cruz will be in anderson at the civic center. 3 ohio governor john kasich will be in lexington county tonight. he's holding a town hall meeting at murray's neighborhood bar and grill from 7 until 8 pm. that's located on charleston highway in cayce. 3 meanwhile democrat bernie sanders will be in columbia today.he has two events scheduled this morning. one is a prayer breakfast with faith leaders and the other is a town hall.both are invitation only events. 3 again the gop primary is saturdrd...and the demorcratic primary is february can only vote in one primary.for more information....just head to our website... wltx dot com... and click on sc primaries 3 3 here's a look at some
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midlands today..usc will host of the nation's top political journalists for a panel about presidential primary politics. it'll take place at 7:30 tonight in room 231 of the wiliams brice building..locate d at greene and pickens street. the event is free and open to the public. 3 the senate gets back to work today debating a roads bill. those talks started last thursday. department of transportation secretary christy hall has given senators many options for the bill.they could agree to spend 65 million dollars extra a year to repair interstates but do no bridge work or expansion. another option would include 800 million dollars to fix bridges and widen major highways. 3 and you could be the match for someone in need today. delta zeta sorority will hold their annual sweet caroline bone marrow and blood drive. the public will have the opportunity to give blood and resiger for the national marrow donor program, "be the match".it's taking palce from 9 am until 5pm at the russell
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3 the gamecock men will look to get back to their winning ways tonight as they head to "the other columbia" to take on the missouri tigers.they're a team frank martin and his team have beaten already this season... tip off for tonight game is at 7 pm. 3 3 from adele and taylor swift to kendrick lamar and stevie wonder, the biggest names in music took the stage at this year grammy awards. danielle nottingham has more from the red carpet in los angeles. 3 mark ronson and bruno mars walked away with record of the year for their smash uptown funk.taylor swift kicked off the show singing ut of the woodsfrom her album 1989. then she took home album of the year.(nats)kendrick lamar won best rap album then confronted racial issues during his live performance.(k endrick lamar)20:12:39 we will live forever. believe that!@ 21:11:40they both lost song of the year to ed sheeran ballad hinking out loud. (sot ed sheeran) 21:12:16 wow thank you very much(nats)adele returned to the grammy stage for the first time in four years.(bridge danielle nottingham/cbs news los angeles)the show was heavy on emotion this year as the grammys paid tribute to several music legends who recently.(nats) looking like ziggy stardust twin sister, lady gaga wowed the crowd with a david bowie medley. (nats 20:34:48)stevie wonder and pentatonic saluted earth wind and fire maurice white .(nats)bonnie raitt helped honor blues legend b.b. king. (nats) 21:13:45 ake it
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glenn frey. (nats)and in a first the grammys got a taste of broadway, courtesy of the smash hip-hop musical hamilton.danielle nottingham, cbs news los angeles. 3 3 meghan trainor took home the
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3 still to come this morning...efren afante has your full weather forecast, and when we can expect warmer temperatures. 3 but first, police say a midlands resteraunt owner killed a man and tried to kill his wife in a twisted valentines day murder....detail s after the break... 3 if you're doing everything rightbut find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution
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3 cayce police say 2 of their officers have been cleared after a sled investigation into a fatal shooting.that shooting came as the police were trying to arrest 21 year old demetrius shelley bryant for having a bag of pot back on november 17th.the department released dash cam video of the lorick street shooting and what led up to bryant's death. as you are about to see...the suspect resisted arrest and pulled on
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officers.3 the video does not show the
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of the officers was shot in the leg.that officer is on limited duty while he continues to recover.the entire 14 minute dash cam video is on our website - wltx dot com. 3 a restaurant owner who helped bring down lexington sheriff jimmy metts 2 years ago...has been charged with murder.49-year-old greg leon is charged with murder in the death of arturo all happened sunday night at the park and ride on riverchase way in lexingtononcounty. according to the warrant for his arrest...leon opened the back side door of a toyota tundra then shot and killed the man.investigators say he also attempted to murder his wife who was also in the car...but the bullets missed her.he's currently at at the lexington county jail. 3 you may recognize leon's name becasue he was involved in the public corruption investigation in lexington county. leon pleaded guilty to federal charges of knowingly hiring 60 people who were in the country illegally to work in his mexican restaurants.he got probation and a fine, but
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prosecutors said he was helpful in the prosecution of former sheriff jimmy metts.3 3 3
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3 coming up.... a big win for the usc women basketball team last night.. reggie anderson has what that means going forward.. that's in your
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3 your heart loves omega-3s. but the omega-3s in fish oil differ from megared krill oil. unlike fish oil, megared is easily absorbed by your body. megared. the difference is easy to absorb. change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. portunity. reform. bernie.
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3 students in lexington richland school district five didn't t have school yesterday because of the president's day holiday...but more than 1300 teachers spent their day in class! it was the first time the district had a professional development day put on by teachers for teachers. new 19 janae frazier takes us there. 3 little traffic in the hallways *nats of sneakers* and empty seats.. 3 so what do teachers do when students aren in class?*nats of walking* *nats of singing* well there a lot of singing and clapping. **nats** susan splittgerber, 8th grade
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middle school 46:35 i 3 very much value days like this. it gives us a chance to work with our colleagues, and an environment we e not so busy running from one place to another in between classes trying to fit in a meeting here and there, 46:46chapin middle school susan splittgerber has been an educator for more than 27 days and took part in district five first ever teacher led professional development day. *nats of speaking**more than 1300 educators learned from other educators. susan splittgerber, 8th grade history teacher at chapin middle school 45:59 from my experience in education, i think that is the most effective way to do professional development. i e been involved in some teacher training myself, and there just a level of credibility when you have a teacher coming to talk to a group of teachers that i know what youre going through, i e been in the trenches, and to be e le to share things with them that they know are of value that we can use in our classrooms in our daily lives. 3 46:22learning different strategies and as teacher forum organizer kevin hebert a- bear will tell you creativity was a big teaching point kevin hebert (a-bear), chapin high school band director and district 5 year 37:54 i think the biggest thing that i took away from it was connecting personally with your students, and allowing them to see a little bit of your personality, rather than just teaching to the test and rather than just giving them facts and allowing them to see a little bit of your personal life as well. 38:13teachers learning from each other to help their students. 8th grade teacher at school 47:59 we do put a lot of thought and
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frazier. news 19. wltx. 3 this year event had two guest speakers and several vendors they plan to continue having more forums in the future. 3 still to come this's crunch time for the presedential candidates, and they're all working hard for your vote.... we'll talk about where they are in our
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means for you....after coming up on news19 this presidenital candidates continue campaigning in our state today ahead of the primary on saturday...where'll they'll be.... 3 plus...just what are delegates?we'll break it down for you and the importance of them in this political race. 3 and the 58th annual grammy awards is now music historythe big winners and who's got the internet talking this morning. news19 this morning starts right now.
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3 rain overnight and temperatures almost double what they were this time yesterday as a big warm up makes its way here. good morning and thanks for waking up with us on news19 this morniing. it's tuesday, february 16th. i'm deon guillory. and i'm savannah levins..let's toss things over to meteroliogst efren afante 3 to tell us what you can expect before you head out the door to work and school this morning..good morning efren. 3 3


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