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tonight people around the country are focused on six numbers that could change someone's future in a billion dollar way. in the last few minutes the numbers for tonight's record-breaking powerball were drawn. the numbers are... the drawing is for a record-breaking 1 point 5 billion dollars. the odds of hitting the jackpot tonight are once again one in more than 292 million. we are waiting to see if there was a winner tonight and will bring you that
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have it. even after uncle sam gets a 40 percent cut, the final take home would still be a staggering $560 million. powerball is played in 44 states, the district of columbia, the u.s. virgin islands and puerto rico. for those who live in the other six states where it isn't available, lottery sellers in border towns are reporting a surge in ticket sales, according to the multi-state lottery association, which runs powerball. even canadians are joining in on the billion- dollar hoopla crossing the u.s. border to buy tickets in droves and lining up outside one toronto bakery where tickets were being given away. in a billion dollar way. ninth ranked duke at home tonight.
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and wow... the tigers are on a roll in judi and charles... clemson's yet to lose in 4-0 this year... and they've now won back-to-back games against ranked opponents for the first time since 1989. let's take a look at how the tigers got the job done. pick it up second half... tigers go on a 17-6 donte grantham with the circus scoop and one. clemson down 48-47. tied up at 50... when roper feeds jaron blossomgame alone in the corner. the place begins to rock. clemson leads 53-50. === duke... denied a chance at closing the gap... landry nnoko swatstshe ball... clemson runs the floor... on the missed lay up... the irmo native... roper... cleans up the glass. tigers up 62-55. === lead cut to three... with less than 10 seconds left... duke with the chance to tie... airball. tigers... upset ninth ranked duke at home... winning 68-63. "i always say momentum is a big thing, i always try to tell y'all that momentum is important with young people and powerful in this
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we had some negative momentum in the beginning of this season and couldn't build any real positive vibe. that is why the alabama loss was so painful to us, we needed a win in a real close game like that to just keep us going in the right direction and we didn't get it, but that is what the florida state win did." a beautiful, but chilly week continues as we take a live look through the wis skycam over the capital city. von gaskin is in the first alert weather center with the latest. expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in
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thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and deliver an 80% chance of showers. 1" rain totals are likely with friday's system. saturday is dry before the next system forms in the gulf and will bring us the possibility of few showers on sunday. expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and deliver an 80% chance of showers. 1" rain totals are likely with friday's system. saturday is dry before the next system forms in the gulf and will bring us the
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the developer behind a big proposed project in west columbia is offering more particulars and may be winning some people over. tonight, neighbors hosted the developer of f e planned "brookland" project ahead of a crucial vote that could decide the project's future. our chad mills was there. last week, that vote was delayed until wednesday the 20th, since council and the public still had so many questions about the proposed mixed-use development. they wanted more specifics too. tonight, the developer tried to answer that request. this meeting was all about answering questions and clearing up bad rumors about a potential mixed-use development in west columbia, just over the gervais street bridge, that would feature homes for sale and for rent, specialty
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cafes and eateries, offices, and community spaces. but this meeting, with the proposed project's developer, also helped win over some confidence from people like jeanne brutschy. "from what i've seen tonight, i think it's a beautiful plan, so i think they alleviated a lot of concerns by showing that this evening." last week, the project, known as brookland, heard comment-after- comment of criticism at a council meeting, and it was enough criticism to delay a final vote on rezoning this land for the potential development. as a result, this meeting and q-and-a session with the developer, estates & companies. "as we sasa, we are local. we live here. we want to do the right thing. we want to move over there as well." developer matt mundy addressed
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he told the worried neighbors they won't build skyscrapers, unveiled sleek new renderings, addressed traffic flow, and talked about parking too. "parking is of upmost concern to us as well. if we don't park it right, people won't live there, team will be available to answer questions s om council during that meeting. by the way, gregg pinner, president of the greater cayce development yet, but it's leaning that way. governor nikki haley response to the president's state of the union speech is making waves on the campaign trail. in the response she criticized the presidents track record, but she also called out "angry voices" in her party.
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directed, in part, toward donald trump. tonight, trump responded. "one of the commentators said to me, gov. haley said i'm an angry person. i said i am. i'm very angry because i hate what's happening to our country." trump was in pensacola , florida at a campaign event. we'll have more on the road to this years elecon coming up. inside the state house... state leaders are laying out a new spending plan to help south carolina schools. today the governor nikki haley and superintendent of education molly spearman spelled out the education plan for 2016. it includes money to give bus drivers raises and make the internet more accessible for kids at school and at home. and it makes struggling rural schools a priority. the governor proposed student debt forgiveness for new teachers who work 8 years in rural district. "if we're going to make these
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children's education, part of the improvement is where they spend most of their day, and that's in a school, and we want that school to be safe, and we want them to feel good about it, and we want them to feel worthy." haley also proposed a plan to let future governors appoint their education superintendents, instead of the superintendent being elected. if that plan is passed, the first appointment would happen in 2019. south carolina's top prosecutor is hoping for better rules to keep state lawmakers flying straight. the general assembly's second regular session started yesterday, and attorney general alan wilson says there's still a lot to get done in terms of roads and education. but wilson hopes ethics reform will finally get over the hump at the state house. he's hoping for some judicial reform too that would give the governor some say in appointing judges. "we need to have a system in which, when people are
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whether you're the defendant, a civil plaintiff, a civil defendant, a criminal defendant, or r e victim, you need to know that the process by which that judge got there and the system that's in place is fair and impartial and all three branches get to have a say." wilson says he's grateful for what lawmakers accomplished last year -- in the first half of the session. he says a reformed state grand jury process is allowing him to conduct better public corruption investigations. he was grateful lawmakers passed a domestic violence bill too. people along one richland county road are under a boil water advisory after a water main break. people livening on glengarry drive need to boil their water for a least one minute before drinking it or cooking with it. we will let you know when the advisory is lifted. expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in
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thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and deliver an 80% chance of showers. 1" rain totals are likely with friday's system. the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and deliver an 80% chance of
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likely with friday's system. saturday is dry before the next system forms in the gulf and will bring us the possibility of few showers on sunday. expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and deliver an 80% chance of showers. 1" rain totals are likely with friday's system. saturday is dry before the next system forms in the gulf and will bring us the possibility of few showers on sunday. tonight people around the country are focused on six thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday
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lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and deliver an 80% chance of showers. 1" rain totals are likely with friday's system. saturday is dry before the next system forms in the gulf and will bring us the possibility of few showers on sunday. expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as deliver an 80% chance of showers. 1" rain totals are likely with powerball jackpot. it could take several hours before officials know if any
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saturday's drawing matched all six winning numbers drawn, which were 4-8-19-27-34 and powerball 10. the odds of winning are 1 in 292.2 million. officials with the multi- state lottery association, which runs the powerball game, said they expected more than 85 percent of the possible number combinations would have been bought for the drawing. if no tickets match all of the numbers drawn, lottery officials say the next jackpot could reach $2 billion. powerball is played in 44 states as well as the district of columbia, u.s. virgin islands and puerto rico. tonight people around the
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numbers that could change someone's future a mother is outraged after she
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of retaliation against her daughter. she told meaghan norman the school and the district should do more to shield students from inappropriate material online. "pictures of strippers, women twerking and things she called the 'birds and the be.' this mother says her 9- year-old daughter has been traumatized by being forced to look at inappropriate pictures on a classmate's chromebook laptop while at school. "i don't blame the child because the child is a child but i do feel like that content should not be there. it should automatically be a block and nothing should be able the slip through the cracks. part of richland two's appropriate internet use policy lists prohibited material saying quote "although students will be under supervision while
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possible to constantly monitor individual students and what they are accessing on the network. some students might encounter information that is not of educational value." content filtering. independent i.t. consultant jim salter says filters are not going to catch everything and could even limit good content. "don't put too much trust in the automated filtering. it's very, very difficult to just say 'i want to keep out all the bad stuff and let it in all the good stuff on the internet." meaghan: "do you think it's possible to block everything and anything that can possibly be construed as inappropriate?" mother: "maybe not. i'm not an it expert but the construed as inappropriate?" mother: "maybe not. i'm not an it expert but the images that my daughter told me she saw were
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salter says his best advice is oversight and policy changes, not necessarily more filtering. "it works a lot better to talk about policies and to tell somebody 'this is what you should be doing.' this is not experience has changed her daughter. "it left my daughter conflicted where now she's praying, we're a really christian family, she's praying that these images get can go to someone and that if she's ever subjected to anything like that, that things can be changed and there is somebody out ther to protect her." republican candidates are criss-crossing the palmetto state to talk to voters ahead of tomorrow's debate in north charleston. more than 500 people connected to the gop committee are also expected to be in the lowcountry. republican presidential candidate marco rubio was in mount pleasant at the water dog grill. mike huckabee stopped by first baptist church of charleston for a "huckabee huddle." republican john kasich held a
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i will be there tomorrow bring updates throughout the day live here on wis. and the democratic presidential candidates will be in columbia en masse next week. candidates hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley will be in the capital city for king day at the dome 20- 16 this coming monday. the event is held annually at the state house and is hosted by the naacp. coming up in sports... the tigers deliver a big win at home on the basketball court. plus... the gamecocks put perfection on the line alabama. when we return... highlights from usc's trip to tuscaloosa... as the crimson tide put usc on upset alert. and more on clemson's victory
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the defending national title winners tonight. the tigers bury the ninth ranked duke blue devils at home. the win marked clemson's second straight win over a ranked opponent since 1989. here's how the tigers delivered... === irmo native jordan roper big night as the clemson point man. his steal... leads to jaron blossomgame's nice cut to the tin. 5-0 tigers. first loss of the season... in the college football national
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faced the crimson tide on the basketball court tonight. bama... trying to spoil another palmetto state team's perfect season. twice in one week... why you got to be so mean? === gamecocks take a punch to the face in the beginning... riley norris from three. count it. 10-2 crimson tide. === norris again... with too much space... makes usc pay. another triple. 19-4 bama. === carolina tries to chip away at the deficit. michael carrera attacks the paint... gets the roll. but bama up 35-22 at the half. === in the 2nd frame... retin o-ba-so-han rolls to the tin off the high screen... with no resistance from usc. easy bucket. === norris... from way beyond... and he can't miss tonight... usc run out of the gym. carolina suffers its first loss of the season.... alabama 73- usc 50. gamecocks drops to 15-1 overall. tomorrow... usc faces the only sec team to beat them in the regular season last year. carolina's on the road at kentucky for a top 10 showdown. gamecocks head coach dawn staley's only one
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trips. to avoid another loss in bluegrass country... she knows her squad must bring tons of energy and passion. staley: "it's a rival game. it's always high energy. you got to come to play. and if you don't they'll take advantage of you." expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in
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thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and deliver an 80% chance of showers. 1" rain totals are likely with friday's system. saturday is dry before the next system forms in the gulf and will bring us the possibility of few showers on sunday. that's the news for now. remember you can get breaking news on the go by downloading
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