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>> announcer: welcome back to the golden globes much and now from the frds awakenorce awak "the forz a wakce from, "the force awakens", harrison ford. >> once again it the nominees for motion picture drama. >> announcer: "carol." "mad max: fury road."
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"spotlight." [ applause ] >> and the golden globe goes to -- "the revenant." [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: coming to the stage and accepting the golden globe tonight is writer/director -- producer of "the revenant," alejandro g. inarritu. [ applause ] >> my god. >> speech. speech. speech.
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kissing here. i forgot to say thanks to mark, my co-writing partner, all the native americans who help us make this film possible. and, i don't know, i want -- somebody, guys, please jump to do something. i cannot say how surprised i am and how proud i am to have survived this film with all these fellas. please. tony. >> wow, thank you guys so much. this is such a surprise, brad westin, arnon, everybody at regioncy, fox, we love you so much. this was an incredible experience. alejandro, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, everybody. >> and leo, of course. >> come, come, come, come. >> thank you. i'm afraid that's it. we're out of time.
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shalom. >> announcer: the nomination ballots are mailed to all eligible members of the hollywood foreign press association, who choose up to five nominees in each category. on the final ballots, the same members vote for one nominee in each category. information concerning the final results is known only to the accounting firm of ernst & young, llp prior to tonight's opening of the sealed envelopes.
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annual golden globe awards." >> live, local, breaking news. this is wyff news 4 at 11:00 in high definition. mike: a newborn's body, found under a tree. now, a mother is charged with murder. tonight, more disturbing details in this case. plus, a curveball on the court. it's a military homecoming you don't want to miss. good evening. i'm mike mccormick. thanks for being here. this time tomorrow night, we will be close to crowning college football's national champion.
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the way for the tigers and tied. brad fralick joins us live now from glendale, arizona. brad, it's almost time for kickoff? brad: it certainly is. this is what we have waited for. gameday is a must hear. so close, we can taste it. clemson will play for a national championship with a first time since 1981. the last time they did that, they did it in the orange bowl. 34 years later, another chance. it comes against the crimson tide. the head coach is met for the media for the final time this morning. i want to show you this. the fans has arrived. they have descended on glendale, arizona. this was shot a couple hours ago across the street from the stadium. there were fans everywhere, and there was orange all over the place. espn was broadcasting from this location.
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great happenings there. the fans are here, a 65-35 clemson-alabama crowd. a lot of clemson fans have made the trip. to the news of the day, once an all-american defensive and shaq lawson injured his knee in the orange bowl, came out of the game, and had an ice pack on his knee. the diagnosis, a sprain. he said emphatically that he would be able to play against alabama. he said yesterday at media day, he felt like he was 60%. dabo swinney said today he expects his defensive and to play. >> we expect him to play. hopefully, he will be able to perform, and play to the level that we all know he can. if not, coach saban isn't going to cancel the game. so we are going to have to keep playing. we will put the next guy in there. so that's the way it is. we expect him to play. he looked
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out there and play in a game of this magnitude with the intensity and physicality, you never know. but he has done what he is supposed to do to play in the game. brad: lawson's impact was felt right away in that ornage bowl game with the early sacks. he is a difference-maker on the defensive line. if you remember in the orange bowl game, when he came out, austin bryant played defensive end and he played pretty well. he has big-game experience and has played a lot this year. if he has to step in for shaq lawson, clemson will be ok on defense. he is not an all-american but he is serviceable as a defensive end. coming up later in sports, we hear from dabo swinney and the crimson tide coach, nick saban. a mutual respect for one another. live in glendale brad fralick, , wyff news 4. mike: our coverage of the national title game continues
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and will continue throughout the day and night with brad and marc. and don't forget, our sports team will have an hour-long special for you, monday night before the game. they'll be live right here on wyff 4, beginning at 7:00 p.m. now. a nice day to stay, but don't get used to it. meteorologist chris justus joins us now, and chris, how cold are we talking about? chris: really cold. this is not the largest cold blast. in nashville, 30 degrees colder than yesterday. we are 13 degrees colder in most areas. andrews, 28 degrees cooler. asheville, 18 degrees cooler. this gives you an idea of where the cold air is compared to yesterday. right now, we are in the chill. 26 in asheville and franklin, 21
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through the next couple hours, the purple colors back towards tennessee, and the highest elevations, those are the teens. that is possible overnight. the live super doppler shows it is dry. clear and cold tonight. lows in the 20's for many of us. in greenville, around 25 tonight. in asheville, clear skies and upper teens to around 20 degrees. trekking winter threats, coming up in the full forecast. mike: deputies say the discovery of a newborn's body led to a murder charge for the baby's mother. anderson county deputies arrested 23-year-old joanie holcombe. the baby's body was found saturday morning, in a field near cherokee circle. according to warrants, holcombe is accused of giving birth to the child, and placing her in a plastic bag. holcombe is set to appear in bond court on tuesday. tonight, investigators in north carolina say a mechanical engineer is helping them determine the cause of a fire at an apartment complex. one week ago today, the fire
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apartments near weaverville. tonight, the buncombe county fire marshal says some items from the scene are undergoing specialized testing. three people were taken to the hospital, to be treated for burns. four apartments were damaged. one was destroyed. north carolina rescue crews say a 45-year-old man died in a fall near a waterfall. crews say sean kasey of georgia fell from a walkway near dry falls in macon county. officials said kasey fell on saturday, but the search had to be suspended until today because of the cold weather. funeral services will be held tomorrow for a longtime state senator. william "billy" o'dell died thursday morning. he became a state senator in 1989, serving district four. that's abbeville, anderson, and greenwood counties. his funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon, at the first presbyterian chruch in greenwood. the service is scheduled for 2:30, and will be followed by a private burial. o'dell was 77 years old. in greenville county, an
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say they're forced to live in dangerous conditions. tonight, they shared their concerns with wyff news 4's corey davis. corey: here's a look from our window, as we drove through dixie estates off of white horse road. >> it's in bad shape. it's in desperate need of repair. corey: this man didn't want to show his face. he says he is afraid his daughter might -- get kicked out if he was identified. but he says, many people need help. >> floor damage. the floors are caving in, people are falling through the floors. corey: we saw the damage for ourselves. i took these pictures of the home. the holes are several inches deep. >> it's really a mess out here. but the drama, it's a lot of drama. it's a lot of shooting. it's a lot of bodies be coming up out of here. corey: this busted window, damage a resident says has been ignored by management. >> if you pay to stay, you should live in a decent place. corey: dale bryant used to live in the area, and comes back to
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>> she'll do a complaint, or, either she comes to the office, and it's still swept under the rug. corey: we pressed the property manager for answers, but she had nothing to say to us, and would not give a comment about what we've discovered. >> everyone knows that if you're in a home, that should be the safest place you can be. and if you're paying the type of rent that they're paying, around $550, you should have decent living accommodations. and they don't have that. corey: bruce wilson, a community activist, says the people who live here can't afford to go anywhere else. he recently organized a neighborhood meeting to help them voice their concerns. >> no one is calling on that community to be shut down, to be condemned. we do believe the community can be redeemed, and we do believe it could be repaired. corey: for now, wilson says he's looking to sit down with the property owner, to come up with a plan to help make these mobile homes safer. corey davis, wyff news 4, in greenville county.
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at the state of the union will be an upstate woman. in 2007, greenwood county councilmember edith childs fired up a crowd during a campaign stop by then-senator obama, by chanting, "fired up, ready to go." that chant would carry on through both of president obama's campaigns, in 2008 and 2012. as an invited guest by the president, childs will sit with the first lady during mr. obama's final state of the union address. time to get your tickets for the powerball drawing, which, at this point, has a $1.3 billion jackpot. no one took home the record-breaking jackpot on saturday, so that means it continues to grow before wednesday's drawing. again, the jackpot is $1.3 billion, for now. ongoing ticket sales will no doubt make that total rise. good luck. it's a surprise you don't want to miss. a clemson game turned homecoming, for a man serving our country.
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don't see everyday. snowfall in the north carolina mountains and we are all told -- also watching the tropics. the national hurricane sit -- center gives this little system a 40% chance of being tropical. it is moving away from the u.s. more in your forecast coming up. marco rubio thinks it's unfair to criticize him for missing votes. "but i am going to miss votes, i'm running for president." but he's been missing votes for a long time. "one third of all of his missed votes in 2015 were missed before he announced he was running for president." over the last three years, marco rubio has missed more votes... than any other senator.
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so head to walmart and see what you could save with their every day low prices. mike: when the clemson basketball team played at the well today, it was the game of a lifetime for one family, and not because of the score. tonight, that family is whole again. it's not unusual for a game to play with your emotions. from cheers to tears, anything can happen in the heat of a match-up. and the proof was at sunday's basketball battle between clemson and louisville. but here, the players weren't the only ones in uniform. it was military appreciation day. fans watched as one family ended up on the court, for what they thought was a special viewing of a video from their marine in afghanistan. captain trey kennedy showed up in person, shocking his girlfriend, all the fans, and his relatives.
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mike: kennedy is back, after spending eight months on deployment in afghanistan. >> i was overjoyed. so relieved to have him home. >> right now, my feet are about a foot off the ground. i can't believe it. >> very, very thankful. just thankful, excited, proud. >> there were a few times when i thought i might've let the cat out of the bag, but i had my folks back in afghanistan kind of throw a curveball out on social media. mike: the family thought this game was a pit stop on their trip to get kennedy from the airport later this week. instead, kennedy's mom got to hug him early, >> so tightly that i guess i broke his bar for his ribbons. mike: kennedy, his mom, and his girlfriend are all clemson grads. >> it's a proud moment, as a clemson alum, to see my son come through in that marine uniform. mike: pride, relief, gratitude. in terms of feel-good moments, this game was a slam dunk. >> i'm so proud of him, and what our government is doing for us abroad, but i'm even more
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young man here today. chris: cold, cold, cold. this is the start of two been
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4 hd weather forecast. chris: the first cold blast has arrived and it will be very cold tomorrow. the second one comes in tuesday and a third one next weekend. get ready for a very wintry forecast. it will be cold. already 26 in asheville, 28 in hendersonville. your thermometer reads 34 in greenville. 31 in toccoa. a cold night with dry conditions. temperatures will continue to plummet. the super doppler shows it is dry. it has been windy today. a peak wind gust in anderson at 32 miles per hour. breezy conditions, but winds are calming down a bit but still very gusty in the mountains. that is making the windchill, or what it feels like on your skin, bitter outside. dangerously cold, nine degree wind chill in asheville and hendersonville. feels like negative two in
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dangerous wind chills overnight into tomorrow morning. at the kids have to go to the bus stop, make sure they are wearing thick coats and layers. it will be cold in the mountains. not as bad in the upstate, but very chilly. it will warm up tomorrow, but the windchill stays in the teens and 20's across the mountains. low temperatures tonight will be cold. the latest models showing 29, i am going 25. the models picked a few clouds across the area. i think they will move out. 19 a low in asheville. greenville tomorrow, sunshine and lots of it. we will top out in the middle 40's across the day. that is the start of a cold week. lower 40's across the entire upstate. for the mountains, we struggle to get out of the freezing mark. the models are showing the cold air will come in waves this week. the first one arriving now. it will be cold or the day on monday and tuesday.
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night, where wednesday, our highs in the upstate are going to struggle to get out of the 30's. that sets us up for a cold couple days. the air tries to moderate a little bit ahead of the next the week. temperatures will top out in the 40's through friday. that brings us to the weekend. another cold blast setting up to the north and west tries to head our way on sunday. rounds and rounds of cold air. what does that mean? well, some of the models show we could have energy to go along with the cold air. you are looking at the west coast, there is alaska. over here is russia and china. here is what they european models depict. 1, 2, 3, 4 storms we will watch. this is one model, and one model run. nonetheless, the pattern indicates we will have cold air in place and several of these storms will need to be watched. this far out, and with the
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information. ocean. united states, we will have more accurate models. it is important to stay tuned to the forecast this week. the models show the first impact system will move across the united states wednesday into thursday and impact our area friday. it is to the west, but it will send moisture our way friday night, which could mix with ice in the mountains. predominantly, looks like rain across the area. the second one arrives on sunday. this one could have a little more moisture with it. we will watch that one. the timing could be off. the moisture could be off. we will watch it over the next few days. one thing's for sure, the pattern favors these systems moving our way. the first one had been friday night, possibly a wintry mix in the mountains. the second one, third one, fourth one, we don't know. the pattern favors cold air with the moisture. that threat will behind this
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closely. i do not have snow in the forecast even in the upstate. i do have rain friday, saturday, and sunday. we will watch that closely. dale gilbert will look at the overnight models, then chief meteorologist john cessarich will be five days away from the storm coming in on friday. it is important, with the models getting more accurate the closer you get to the storms, to stay tuned on it is a good time to download our -- our app. it will buzz you if you have a storm to watch. it is important to have that. a very volatile pattern over the next two weeks. mike: active, volatile. not use it to my ears. speaking of music right now, , music duties at clemson basketball games are being covered while the tiger band is away. listen. [band playing "iron man"] mike: members of the greer high school band filled in for today's matchup against
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more than 20 students played fan favorites like "tiger rag," along with a few of their own tunes. the band director says this is their second time filling in for the tiger band. >> now, wyff news 4 sports. >> roethlisberger, enzone bound, and it's a touchdown. martavis bryant, this is an amazing acrobatic effort. ricardo: former clemson and tl hanna standout martavis bryant, making this acrobatic touchdown snag to help the steelers knock off the bengals saturday night in an afc wild card game. more on the nfc wild card playoffs in just a minute. by this time tomorrow night, we will be coming down the home stretch in groening a national championship. either clemson or alabama will claim the title on monday night. that is where we find brad fralick -- brad fralick and marc dopher, joining us live from glendale outside the stadium where we will settle the national championship.
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brad: ricardo, this is what we have been waiting for. it has been talk and talk and talk, and finally, we are almost two game day. in the east, 30 minutes away from game day. we are so looking forward to it. clemson and alabama, clemson in the title game for the first time in 34 years and an opportunity to do something they haven't done in forever. dabo swinney says it seven years ago, when he got this job, this was his goal. he and nick saban met the media for the final time. marc: you could see that there wouldn't be any barbs thrown. everybody played nice. these guys have a mutual respect for each other, and a mutual respect for each other's programs. >> this has been great for our program, great for our team. this was our goal, to have the opportunity to play at the highest level. not only are we getting a chance
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chance to play alabama. >> our players are excited about the opportunity they have created for themselves to have a chance to participate in the playoff against arguably the best team in college football, which is the clemson tigers. marc: it was a quick press conference this morning, the different in that they were both in the room together. usually, the teams go when it time. it was interesting they were able to playoff each other a little bit. very clear that they both know the other coach has a great, great team and we will crown the greatest team tomorrow night in glendale. brad: it is interesting. most people look at dabo swinney and nick saban and think, they are different. dabo swinney is a larger-than-life personality, no problems in front of a microphone. nick saban is the guy who is known for not saying much and being a little bit abrasive with the media. they have a lot in common, as
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programs and what they want out of these kids. what is coming up tomorrow? a big day ahead. marc: it starts on wyff news 4 in the morning with geoff hart. he will be live at the stadium bright and early getting ready for everything clemson. the fans, spiller all over the place. we will take you all the way up to our live coverage on the "road to the title" special at 7:00. it is more the nuts and bolts. you will get something extra, including new clemson correspondent jake guillermo. brad: gameday is here. we are excited. now back to you. ricardo: ok, fellas, go rest up for the big game. "road to the title" monday night at 7:00. we get you ready for the game.
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watching playoff games. it will return to the practice field on monday. the panthers team went through a 90-minute practice in full pads on friday. head coach ron rivera said it will be the only time they'll be in full pads before the playoff game. the panthers will host the seattle seahawks next sunday. seattle survived in minnesota in the bitter cold. you saw the game right here on wyff 4. under a minute to go blair , walsh with a chip shot, and the seahawks survive, clemson is 10-9. coming off an overtime victory at syracuse earlier in the week. now, the tigers look to keep things going today, welcoming in 16th ranked louisiville. we head over to the well in greenville. the tigers offense clicking in the first half, gabe devoe and -- finding jaron blossomgame for the alley-oop. tigers would lead 31-25 at the break. 2nd half, donte grantham lines -- knocks down the trouble, extends the clemson need to nine -- lead to nine. grantham, one of four tigers in double figures, with 12. later, a little defense.
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the flesh. he had 10 on the day. also had 4 assists. here, he drops another dime to blossomgame for the lay in. blossomgame, game-high 17 and the tigers pull the upset, 66-62. >> the biggest thing is the mindset is different. we know it will be tough every night, but we believe we are a good team. our guys step up and play good basketball. we have shown that. >> we are playing better. i'm not sure if i know all the reasons why. i think some of it is confidence. it is understanding the team a little bit better. we didn't handle adversity well early in the season. we have done a better job of that, it is something we talked about a lot. ricardo: tigers 3-1 in acc play. on the women's side, the
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alaina coates grabs the miss, and the end one. she surpassed the 1,000 career point mark in this game. still in the first quarter, tiffany mitchell with the harm and the hoop, part of an 11-0 run. mitchell finishes with 19 points. south carolina all over mizzou, 83-58. the gamecocks, 15-0 on the year. men and women both undefeated. clemson and alabama tomorrow. a lot of people have been calling, saying, where can they see the game? two in on espn tomorrow night for the game.
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