Today's Top 5 Things: January 30, 2014

(WACH)-Here are the Top 5 things you need to know Thursday.

Farm Bill-The long awaited Farm Bill gets the green light. The legislation would eliminate direct subsidies to farmers and expand crop insurance programs

The Senate is likely to approve the bill, and the President has said he will sign it into law

Target Data Breach-New information into data stolen from millions of Target customers. Target officials confirm an intruder stole a vendor's credentials which were used to access its system.

The company says it has taken extra precautions since the December 15th breach. The Attorney General has vowed the government will find the people or groups involved.

Horry County Jobs-65 jobs are on the way to South Caorlina. A Canadian company that makes equipment for Craft and Micro-Breweries is building a $3 million plant in Horry County. Accent Stainless Steel says it will build and lease the facility.

Need lunch plans? Today is your chance to get a great meal and help your men and women in uniform. Zach's Sandwhich Shop on Bush River road is hosting a fundraiser to support the Columbia Police Foundation. You can stop by from 11 a.m to 1 p.m to grab a plate for ten bucks to help with the effort.

Super Bowl preps-Sunday's big game will be the coldest Super Bowl on record. Players reveal their tricks when it comes to plummeting temperatures, including heated benches and Vaseline. They say when they rub the Vaseline on their bare skin it can ward off the cold. A couple of tricks of the trade from the tough guys. WACH FOX is your home for the Super Bowl. Join Brian McConchie and Corey Miller for "Chalk Talk: The Road to the Super Bowl" Sunday morning beginning at 11:30 a.m.