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WCBI News at Ten - Sunday, November 3rd, 2019

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WCBI News at Ten - Sunday, November 3rd, 2019
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WCBI News at Ten - Sunday, November 3rd, 2019

Good evening and thank you for joining us, i'm cash matlock.

We begin tonight with area voters voicing their concerns about tuesday's upcoming election.

The election takes place on tuesday and the two major party candidates are lt.

Gov tate reeves and attorney general jim hood.

We hit the streets of the golden triangle to see what folks in the area would like to see addressed in the coming year.

Our deandria turner has more on the story that's what we're all striving for, honesty."

Marvin lomax is just one of the few people in the golden triangle area who has concerns he wants addressed by the new governor "i done seen a lot of dishonesty about a lot of things that's going on in the whole united states," a number of people raised concerns about different issues.

Lola ward says she would like to see more supports for families in need.

"the government work on having the family welfare department feed the children that don't eat breakfast in the morning if they would just get some groceries and have them something to take home in the evening too," it's no secret that infrastructure is also a big topic "some of the roads are in terrible condition and it's not good you have to pay taxes and you have to buy your automobile and put up with all of the rough roads" and many people i spoke with have education at the forefront of their concerns "to get the kids to have more opportunities for jobs when they come out of school."

The majority of people i spoke with say they are planning to get out on tuesday and let their voices be heard.

"that's my civil right."

"i think the turn out is going o be pretty great because a lot of people are interested in what the candidates are talking about polls open at 7 am on tuesday and close at 7 pm a boil water notice for the muldon community has been lifted.

The noticed ended at 5 p.m.

Today.

Yesterday, the siloam water association announced a boil water notice for residents in the muldon community near hwy 45.

They advised everyone to boil their water for at least one minute before drinking.

President donald trump's tupelo rally brought 95 hundred people to the bancorpsouth arena, and while most people saw the president from the arena seats, some had a one on one meeting with the commander in chief.

A group of seventh grade students from new hope middle school met president trump.

Student lariyon beckwith made a video, asking for tickets to the rally.

That video made its way to the president, who invited the students backstage for the meeting.

The students , and their teacher, liza miley, were also able to meet with governor phil bryant, and senator cindy hyde smith.

The seventh graders talked with president trump and had their picture made with him.

How did it go when you got to meet the president?

"good, i was happy.

He asked what we were learning and stuff like that."

"president trump, everywhere he goes does little things to connect with the american people, to reach out, to kids for instance, so when he was in louisiana about two weeks ago, he brought the whole little league, who won the little league world series with him to the rally so he's just a guy who loves his country, loves people, great dad, father husband, so being here with these kids doesn't surprise me."

President trump also met with msu homecoming king spencer kirpatrick.

The president autographed a hat for spencer, and gave spencer a presidential pen.

President trump also greeted roy hodges.

The ripley resident served as a world war two b 24 bomber gunner.

Mr hodges turns 95 this week.

All of the special meet and greets happened moments before the rally.

First look we'll have a mix of sun and clouds for the beginning of the week with highs back into the upper 60s and low 70s.

Rain returns for thursday before our next big cool down.

Sunday night: a few clouds will build in across the area, but we'll generally stay clear.

Lows will be in the low to mid 30s with most areas staying above freezing.

Monday-wednesday: we'll see off and on cloud cover to start the week, but we'll still see plenty of sunshine.

Highs will be in the upper 60s to near 70 as we get into wednesday.

We will remain dry through wednesday night.

Thursday: thursday will start off dry before rain slowly moves in through the in national news... the whistleblower who set off the impeachment inquiry into president trump expressed willingness to answer republicans' written questions.

Cbs news correspondent natalie brand has more from the white house, where president trump had more to say about the inquiry on sunday.

/trump "...but the whistleblower should be revealed."

President trump and republican allies intensified calls for the whistleblower to come forward, some five weeks after the individual's complaint sparked the impeachment inquiry.

''well the whistleblower gave a very inaccurate report.

//but he was like a big, a big anti-trump person.

Hated trump.

And they said terrible things.'' "i think that individual should come before the committee.

He can come down to the basement, but he needs to answer the questions."

On sunday, a lawyer for the whistleblower said his client is willing to answer republicans' questions ''in writing, under oath attorney mark zaid tweeted, ''being a whistleblower is not a partisan job nor is impeachment an objective...'' president trump continues to defend his july phone call with the ukraine leader, but house democrats say closed door depositions support the whistle-blower's concerns that the president pressured ukraine to investigate political rival joe biden in exchange for u-s military aid.

''there's no question now whether there was a quid pro quo.

And he has lied over and over again that there was no quid pro quo.'' house intelligence committee member jackie speier told cbs' face the nation transcripts house democrats want to hear from several more key witnesses- including the president's former national security advisor john bolton&who expressed alarm over the trump administration's ukraine policy.

The most wonderful time of the year has come early in starkville.... today the city held its christmas open house and they had a very special guest at the community theatre... wcbi's tyler hull was there and has more on the story... "a spider man toy, spider man fat from home, and and a spider man flying costume" joshua craig is just one of the many kids who have come to tell st.

Nick what they want for christmas.... the event is helping create memories by not only letting children meet santa, buy taking pictures with him as well... cookies with santa helps support the starkville community theatre.... "this is a long running fundraiser that used to be run by a greater starkville development partnership.

And last year for the first time they basically gifted it to us and said, that if you want to have this event with santa with the big guy to help raise money for your theater which we are a nonprofit organization here in starkville second year running we've hosted santa again" it wasn't just the children who were thrilled to see santa... even the mayor of starkville stopped by to take a selfie..... and our own aundrea self even had a conversation with kris kringle..

Santa is a very busy man this time of the year, but somehow he still finds time to visit children all around the world... "i'm good at delegation and there's elves in charge when i'm gone" some kids are a little hesitant to sit in santa's lap... and joy ole saint nick says that's just fine.

"don't make a kid sit on my lap cause santa doesn't like to torture kids" every one knows that santa loves cookies and milk, but he says his favorite is chocolate chip cookies and oak milk... tyler hull wcbi news... hopefully tyler coming up... there's a new number one movie at the box office this weekend... more on that next four new movies arrived in theaters this weekend, but only two made it into the top five at the box office.

Rick damigella has the countdown.

"the addams family" lurched back from third place down to fifth on ticket sales of eight- point-five million dollars.

"you'll be ready."

Historical bio-pic "harriet" beat pundits predictions, debuting in fourth place with twelve million dollars, while "maleficent: mistress of evil" fell from first place to third with twelve- point-two million.

"my mother always tells me to smile and put on a happy face."

"joker" held on to second place this weekend, adding 13-point- nine million dollars to its domestic box office total, which now sits just below 300 million dollars, and brings its worldwide gross to over 934 million.

"terminator: dark fate" stumbled in its opening weekend.

The sixth movie in the "terminator" franchise brought in an estimated 29- million dollars, after being forecast to open in the 40 million dollar range.

In hollywood, i'm rick damigella.

The weekend's clouds for the beginning of the week with highs back into the upper 60s and low 70s.

Rain returns for thursday before our next big cool down.

Sunday night: a few clouds will build in across the area, but we'll generally stay clear.

Lows will be in the low to mid 30s with most areas staying above freezing.

Monday-wednesday: we'll see off and on cloud cover to start the week, but we'll still see plenty of sunshine.

Highs will be in the upper 60s to near 70 as we get into wednesday.

We will remain dry through wednesday night.

Thursday: thursday will start off dry before rain slowly moves in through the afternoon.

Thursday evening looks pretty wet and showers will likely stick around into the overnight hours.

We're not expecting much in the way of storms, but some areas could pick up over an inch of rain.

Friday-sunday: we could have a few leftover sprinkles early on friday morning, but much of the day will be dry.

Cloud cover will clear the area as cold air rushes back into the area.

It looks like we'll be in for another nice weekend with highs will be back into the 50s and lots of sunshine.

Morning lows will be in the low to mid 30s.

We'll have a mix of sun and clouds for the beginning of the week with highs back into the upper 60s and low 70s.

Rain returns for thursday before our next big cool down.

Sunday night: a few clouds will build in across the area, but we'll generally stay clear.

Lows will be in the low to mid 30s with most areas staying above freezing.

Monday-wednesday: we'll see off and on cloud cover to start the week, but we'll still see plenty of sunshine.

Highs will be in the upper 60s to near 70 as we get into wednesday.

We will remain dry through wednesday night.

Thursday: thursday will start off dry before rain slowly moves in through the afternoon.

Thursday evening looks pretty wet and showers will likely stick around into the overnight hours.

We're not expecting much in the way of storms, but some areas could pick up over an inch of rain.

Friday-sunday: we could have a few leftover sprinkles early on friday morning, but much of the day will be dry.

Cloud cover will clear the area as cold air rushes back into the area.

It looks like we'll be in for another nice weekend with highs will mississippi state women's basketball returns to action on monday the sec champs with a final chance to knock the rust off in an exhibition match-up to luboock christian the bulldogs ranked 8th in the ncaa preseason poll...will be a much younger squad this year msu with only one senior on the teams roster...lubbock christian returns all of three from its national champ team mississippi state head coach vic schaefer saying the challenge will be good for his younger team "schaefer: "i can't believe we're going to play the division ii national champions on monday.

I don't know what i was thinking scheduling them.

A well-coached, very disciplined team.

Which will be great for us.

It will be a great challenge for our young team.

At the same time we need that.

I think they've already played a few games against some top twenty's and have done extremely well."

The bulldogs face off against lubbock christian monday night at 7 pm...to watch tune-in to the sec network+...the sec network's streaming service...highligh ts here monday night on wcbi also on monday, ole miss men's basketball plays mississippi college in oxford for their exhibition...that game will not be broadcasted tuesday...mississi ppi state men play florida international beginning the non-con schedule at 7 pm...watch that on sec network's streaming service same goes for the rebel women tuesday night against missisippi valley state at 6 pm all season long for the tennessee titans it's been two steps forward and one step back just when the titans were riding a two- game winning streak, tennesses offense lost its spark allowing the carolina panthers to jump ahead to a 17- nothing lead the panthers looking for redemption after their 51-13 loss to the 49ers..

1st quarter...quarte rback kyle allen to pass....intercepte d by offensive lineman harold landry iii scoreless game 2nd quarter..panthe rs up 3...running back dion lewis...stripped by safety eric reid...panthers recover..

Carolina still up 3-0... 2nd quarter...allen finds running back christian mccaffrey...7 yd touchdown 2nd quarter...panthe rs up 10..nothing allen to wr curtis samuel...12 yd touchdown carolina leading 17-zip 3rd quarter...titans trying to come alive...qb ryan tannehill rushes you've seen the best...time for the worst normally we show you the best of game action however, it's the bad plays and moments that get people talking it's time for your worst of the week let's jump right into this one...ole miss at 11th ranked auburn...tack on a t-d...cut it to six... last chance..in tiger territory... quarterback john rhys plumlee...no where to go....runs the opposite way...throws...pic ked off....the saddest end to what would have been an upset... the third ranked l the rebels have taken this season texans vs the jags...1st and ten...jags defensive lineman calais campbell goes for the tackle refs throw the flag...15 yd penalty for leading with his helmet and initiating contact..

No actual contact throwing the flags for air contact we'll be here all day last but not least...the fight between joel embiid and karl anthony towns four games into the season before a fight in the nba broke out looked like an mma fight...chokehol ds, wrestling..both were removed from the game...no official suspensions we're going to take a quick break but when we come back maddie will have a final look at weather.

70 by wednesday ranges return late thursday and friday but the corporate quickly back to funny start to record the prospect ultra fun today is worried about on the phone i was my job of

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