Hello everyone, this is Paul Cameron at my desk in the WBTV News room. After you watch the Survivor and Big Brother finales, make sure to catch the 11:00 news.
First off, we’re going to get some rain. Eric Thomas says the bulk will come Friday and he’s calculating how much we can add to the rain gauge, but right now he says it could be sizable.
But because of the drought, the annual Riversweep event on Lake Wylie has been canceled. Water levels are so low, people who help clean up the lake, can’t get their boats in the water. Docks, which are normally used for carting out the trash, are sitting on dry land. Riversweep officials tell me they will try to re-schedule for next spring if possible.
Also tonight, you’ll hear from GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina who visited Winthrop University tonight. She’ll tell us why she thinks she’s currently second in the polls behind Trump.
And, Kristin Miranda has a fascinating look at facial recognition technology and how it may be the only way you transact business in the future.
Join Molly Grantham, Eric Thomas, Delano Little and me for WBTV News at 11:00!
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