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way to the midlands, it's part of a system that has been deadly in mississippi. now this is video from golds gym in louisiana, and the roof is peeled off. touchdown. take a look at this video here also out of louisiana, three water spouts line the area, a tornado warning happened during the type of the water spouts. this system is creeping its way closer and closer and jim gandy is here. >> we'll we're going to see an increase in the storms here. you can see rain down here in western orangeville.
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berry, all of this is moving northeast rapidly at about 40 miles-per-hour. now, as we zoom out, you can see the area under the gun here. western georgia and this line here is what we're concerned about in the panhandle because of the tornado potential. we don't have that potential here, we have fog forming and and our temp is at 52 degrees. we'll see the moisture increase and then for tomorrow, ahead of the front we're expecting a high temperature of 72 and then it will get windy and we may see it get up to 45 miles-per- hour. we'll have more on that coming up. all right, jim thank you so
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we're now just four days away from the primary here in south carolina. clinton and sanders are both looking for a win here and each of them have held events all hoping to win your last vote. >> reporter: gun violence is by far the leading cause of death for african american men more than the next nine causes combined. >> the only way we take them on, is when we do not allow the trumps of the world to divide us up. >> reporter: they're both vying for one nomination. clinton ed asclinton was at a church.
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breathe and the officers chose to take his life. to add insult to injury, there was no indictment. >> reporter: bernie sanders began by holding an event in north virginia, however his wife jane, and danny glover came out and supported him. >> the main thing is we have to offer kids is hope, they learn very early that they're not going to be able to afford college. they won't be able to get that education they need to have the life that they desire. >> reporter: there's just a few more days left before the primary and both candidates will continue to spread their message with hopes to gain more voters. they want your to encourage others to vote.
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a say in something. >> all right lauren thank you and clinton is expected to be at a luncheon here. tomorrow night, clinton will speak at morris county college and doors that event open at 5:00. meanwhile, after participating in the town hall, sanders won't be back in the state until friday. as you just heard there was a town hall hosted by cnn. audience members asked questions from gun rights to refugees. >> and i'm running against a candidate that's one of the best known person in the world
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so we started with no sport and it's grown and grown in the african-american community. >> he also said he would tax wall street, clinton came to the stage and addressed her stance of foreign policy on syria and libya, and the generation gap and how to fix the race relations in the united states. >> well we have to deal with the systemic racism and it's found everywhere and it's also cultural and there's barriers that people are encountering that people need to be honest about. >> sanders and clinton will face-off in the democrat primary this weekend. for complete coverage you
1:44 am, click on the primaries under the headlines. meanwhile on the republican side, it may or may not be going well depending who you ask. there's reports that there has been a huge turn outs and there's been voter id problems and some voters were saying ballots were out and others say they won't asked for an id but they are disputing those reports about the ids. winners will be named at midnight. if the polls are correct, trump will win the evening. sumter officials say they expect to have an expanded
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>> sumter county voted to rezone a piece of land from general construction to general commercial. >> he has no plans for it other than to clean it up. >> reporter: in order to rezone it and encourage growth, they use their 20-30 plan. >> it directs the growth, so when we get a property owner we look at it and look at the comp plan to see if that falls in line with the policy of the land use plan. >> reporter: davis also serves on the board. >> well there's a lot on the board that we're not allowed to talk about, but the things that you've seen are the contental tire and the race expansion there are.
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increase the dollar stores and the planned mcallister's deli and the hyatt place hotel which is slated to break down in the coming months. residents are excited about the growth. >> if you are from here, if you really want something different you have to go to the surrounding county, so it's nice to come straight here and eat and enjoy ourselves without having to travel that hour. >> well the one thing he hears the most, is a grocery store like publix. 11th circuit solicitor is
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the trooper says there was a strong odor of alcohol inside the vehicle. they then visited myers at his home and he told them he did have a drink but he was run off the road by another vehicle and he had not had anything else. he was unable to resite the abcs and was taken to the county jail and blew a.09 nearly two and a half hours after the accident. he bonded out of jail this morning. in formally indicted he can be suspended from his office by governor haley. >> the governor responding to president obama's proposal to close gitmo bay.
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unsettle people of the country or people here, by saying we'll send you a few more, it will be fine. they have said that, they have been fine there and i'm not to only governor and we don't want them. >> some of the detainees include the master mind of the 911. they introduced a bill today to give them the right to sue the obama administration if they try to send them here. in the last 18 years, because of our out dated child support system, the family support act of 1988 required all states to have an automated system. >> south carolina has failed to do that and we looked into why this has happened and why we continue to pay fines for the next four years. >> i think we're the only state
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have an automated system and the governor made it clear to me that's the biggest task here. that has cost us 18 million that problem is due in part with failed contracts with hue lit pack card. >> the project, we had just gonethrough a settlement and that allowed us to work with xorox and my big task is to make sure we stay to track. this has been a long, long history.
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from a man that helps manage the states finances. >> he sent us this statement. we're beginning to transition from the beginning where we have been focused on key plans. software and requirement management etc.. the overall project schedule to work more focused on system design. system will be designed in phases and we're beginning to work on design and activities centered on that first center component. with the 2019 completion, we could be paying 14 million a year. >> well dss tells us tonight that to date over 50% of the penalties have been paid by contractors.
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piloted and the impli mentation will go on or before september 30th, 2019. well you heard some stormy
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heading our way which is why is a good time to think about getting yourself your own weather radio. tomorrow we're hosting a weather expo at the kroger in the northeast part of columbia. you can buy a new one for about $30. they're now set up there and at walgreens so you can make sure your family will always be warned even if the power is out. >> we have two models available and one is more expensive but this is why we need them. when we go to sleep and the severe weather, the alarm will go off. for tomorrow, there's a
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we also can't dis count dis count that possibility of a tornado. western part of the midlands here extending to newberry and you can see the showers continue to the north. the focal point here is the panhandle and there's a tornado warning for the extreme south alabama area, just another part of this line of thunderstorms that is coming off the gulf of mexico. these thunderstorms are strong and there's also batch of severe weather in mississippi, pressure area. this will be heading toward the valley here and it's pumping up that moisture from the gulf of
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notice how the rain wraps around this system and changes to snow in northwest arkansas, we'll start to pull this front northward. tonight, we're not seeing much other than fog. right now we have fog that's north of the front, the front is still south of the orangeburg area. these were the high temperatures here today. much of the midlands was north of the front and 64 in orangeburg and columbia. right now, it's 46 in newberry, 50 in columbia here. our computer model indicates that area of thunderstorms.
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when you wake up tomorrow, find out what the latest is, because if it splits we may not see as much severe weather in the midlands. certainly we'll see a chance of thunderstorms in the morning and midday, the front comes through and it will turn windy and colder. our forecast for tonight, we'll see low temperatures of 45, 57 in orangeburg. tomorrow, the front will come through and 67 in newberry and our 7-day forecast is going to be windy and thursday, a high of 56. dry through the weekend and a
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and the tigers and their money man, clemson lead by 13 but they lose 75-73 when they missed that last shot in overtime. watch this, block by vander build and josh hen derson slings it and it was that kind of night. they defeated florida 87-#-84. and he just sling it like the shot put, oh yeah. high school hoops, i irmo
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laying it in for two, bond to rj for the jam and nice pitch and catch. and noah, he will dial up from long range and when they're shooting like that, they're hard to beat. jenkins, he will miss it but bond is there for the put back and then javan hits it. 61-45 over carolina tonight. >> ac florida on the road and up 4-2 and can't get a shot off. kendall from the falcons will close things out and they will add advance to the upper state final in class 3-a. with the win there.
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at home tonight hosting the henry yet ta and hanging tough wire. for the hornets, watch them rebound that ball, to smith to the other end of the court and he will get the bucket and the foul as he drives in. and johnson wins it by a final of 44-42, very exciting game over there. calhoun county, the winner advancing to the upper state final, the visiting panthers, miss the point blank lay-up. they're off and running. they try to dictate the pace
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the attack and get an open 3 from the coach's son. that sends the calhoun and they march on to the final there. baseball in action at founders park, and the weather cooperating here. not a good host on the mound here and no hits and no walks and he had 11 strikeouts for
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he will lay down the bunt overnight we'll see an increase in showers and a low of 53. we'll also see thunderstorms late to mid morning and then that front will come through, we'll see a high of 72. the winds will be strong 42 miles-per-hour and it will stay
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>> so be a third of syria, or the al qaeda affiliate there known as al-nusra. it is rare for a western reporter to get into syria. but elizabeth palmer is there in damascus tonight.
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the prospects of the cease-fire? >> i had the unusual opportunity of talking to two syrian army officers today. and both of them said, personally, they had no app they were gaining ground on several fronts. at the moment they didn't want to lose momentum. one had returned from officer training in moscow. he had his russian certificate proudly displayed on his bookshelf. he said that quite frankly the russians are calling the shots. if they tell us that well have to observe a limit the truce here or there. we will do it. as the for the opposition, both of them were deeply scornful. they said -- most of the opposition groups don't have enough discipline to actually adhere to a cease-fire. they're constantly morphing. changing their names. changing their tactics. even changing their ladiers. >> secretary kerry in the united states said today he wasn't sure the cease-fire was going to work either. elizabeth palmer in damascus for us to us night. liz, thank you.


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