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"of a new day begun...let us march on, till victory is won...." hundreds of people marched through columbia to the state house today for king day observances. meaghan norman is at the state house live right now. dawndy and charles, every year the south carolina naacp hosts this rally as a call to action and a renewing of a mission to keep fighting for civil rights. there were about a dozen speakers from local clergy, educators to the democratic presidential candidates. most everyone acknowledged the absence of the confederate flag -- an issue of contention and division and a symbol which the sc naacp has fought for decades to remove. while the speakers celebrated what many consider a "victory" they also focused on what issues still remain including equal opportunity for all for a quality education. "education is key -- you can't have a country and nation where little boys and
and be judged by the content of their character without education." "when my fair-skinned friends are urged to take honors courses and i'm asked, 'are you sure?' there is work to be done." "i know there are so many people because of their zip code they were born in or color of their skin that they don't get the opportunities that everybody else does and i don't think it's fair, i don't think it's right and i want to fix it." education was one of the main issue but also voting and gun violence. we'll have more from the rally coming up on the news at 5. live at the state house, meaghan norman wis news 10. to fix it." education was one of the main issue but also voting and gun violence. we'll have more from the rally coming up on the news at 5. live at the state house, meaghan norman wis news 10. all four democratic presidential candidates had something to say to the king
crowd. leading off the appearances---former secretary of state hillary clinton, the presumed frontrunner in south carolina's democratic primary race. clinton told the audience it was "wonderful" to be at a state house without the presence of the confederate flag and she paid tribute to women of the civil rights movement. polls indicate clinton has strong support from the state's black voters. but her closest challenger---vermont senator bernie sanders told us his message should appeal to african- americans. told us his message should appeal to african- americans. we have the criminal justice agenda. we have the economic agenda that i think will bring a significant part of the african american community into our camp. so, we start off at a great disadvantage. look, hillary clinton was here in 2008. she ran a campaign. she knows a lot of people, no question about it. so we're starting--we have to catch up. the candidates appeared roughly in order of their current poll standings. former maryland governor martin o'malley also took
former maryland governor martin o'malley also took the podium as did chicago businessman dr. willie wilson---the only african-american vying for the nomination. clinton is also dismissing accusations from bernie sanders that she's the candidate of rich wall street bankers. today, clinton spoke exclusively with wis news 10 in last night's democratic debate, sanders repeatedly mentioned clintion's association with wall street firms like goldman sachs, and the fees she's been getting for speaking engagements. " president obama took donations from wall street when he ran into thousand eight. and then what did he do? he turned around and impose the toughest and regulations that we've had on the financial industry since the great depression. so, i think it's more of a talking point for senator sanders that he's free to make. he can say whatever he wishes and his own campaign. but i'm going to keep talking about what i will do and i've laid out a plan that will rein in wall street much more comprehensively than what he has proposed." clinton pointed to new ad campaigns that she says come from wall street bankers, attacking her. we'll have more of our exclusive talk with hillary clinton in the
the king day observances started at zion baptist church. members say this year's service took on a different meaning because it wsa held without the confederate battle flag flying in front of the state street bankers. today, clinton spoke exclusively with wis news 10 in last night's democratic debate, sanders members say this year's service took on a different meaning because it wsa held without the confederate battle flag flying in front of the state house. a few church goers say today's message included getting younger generations involved. "learning also to just accept and move on from where we started from. we have a long way to go but god is good. this was like the greatest it's a nice crowd and i'm glad to see a lot of people here." also before the march to the state house steps... also before the march to the state house steps... city and state leaders gathered along with hundreds from the community for the columbia urban league's annual mlk breakfast at brookland baptist church.
education molly spearman was the guest speaker. spearman talked about the state's efforts to tear down walls, bringing rural and low performing schools up, while also working life skills like punctuality into the curriculum. for a complete look at m- l-k day around the midlands, go to wistv.com. feeling every bit of winter as
temperatures much of the week. arctic air has settled down over much of the southeast, look for temperatures to be at least 10 middle 20s through wednesday. normal with highs in the lower to middle 50s. investigators now say a deadly police chase and crash were connected to two armed robberies. lexington deputies say it all robbed the hill view truck stop less than a mile away. deputies say they saw robbers vehicle and chased it, then the the only passenger, who deputies say matches the description from is ongoing. detectives are also investigating the role the two may have played in a stabbing crime-sc. that's also the number to call if you know anything lexington deputies say it all started around four o'clock this morning when the 44 truck stop in gilbert was robbed. less than hour later someone robbed the hill view truck stop less than a mile away. deputies say they saw robbers vehicle and chased it, then the car ran off harvey berry road and hit a tree. the driver was not wearing a seatbelt and died.
say matches the description from both truck stop robberies, was taken into custody. the investigation into the crash is ongoing. detectives are also investigating the role the two may have played in a stabbing incident late sunday night in pelion. anyone with information is asked to call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. that's also the number to call if you know anything about an armed robbery and shooting on two notch road. deputies in richland county say it happened around 11 last night at the video express store. they say someone held up the clerk, then shot the clerk because the clerk couldn't get into the store's safe. as the robber ran off, deputies say the employee also had a gun and did manage to shoot, and possibly hit the robber. two people are now locked up after a drive-by shooting and police chase in kershaw county. deputies arrested alan holloway and levi gibbs early yesterday. the two are facing multiple charges including attempted murder. deputies say the two of them shot into a house on
saturday night. elgin police spotted the suspects' vehicle and they took off, then crashed near wildwood lane in elgin. they were taken to the hospital and are now in jail awaiting a bond hearing. a man and woman were injured in the shooting. they are expected to be okay. we are awaiting the name of the person killed in a crash in sumter county. highway patrol says it happened early sunday morning on state road 261, four miles north of pinewood. troopers say the driver of a nissan four door was going north, ran out of control, hit a tree and died. we're told the driver was wearing a seatbelt. police now have one suspect for the murder of a policemen in ohio. thomas cottrell with the danville police department was shot and killed around midnight. then his patrol car was stolen. police caught herschel jones shortly afterwards. he has a lengthy criminal record. investigators say jones' ex-girlfriend had called dispatchers to report the man was armed and
an investigation continues into a deadly weekend skydiving accident. it happened saturday at the triangle north executive airport in franklin county, north carolina. authorities say james stremmel died while skydiving around 2pm. according to witnesses stremmel died after making a hard landing. the owner of the jump center says stremmel was licensed, had performed more than 1,800 skydiving jumps in the past and jumps nearly every weekend. the franklin county sheriff and the f-a-a are investigating. the search continues for a toddler from tennessee missing since thursday. two-year-old noah chamberlin vanished during a hiking trip with his grandmother and sister. volunteers and police with search dogs are searching the treacherous terrain day and night. they picked up footprints but no other clues. investigators still consider it "a search and rescue" mission and believe they will find noah alive. they say the family is cooperating and there
went first to a u-s military hospital. :12-:15 :22-:27 :27-:32 :38-:43 1:06-1:29 this was jason rezaian's first taste of freedom. the washington post reporter met by u-s officials. he's now one of three at the u-s medical facility in landstuhl, germany. s/ reza rezaian's cousin :12-:15 'it's just, it's spectacular news. we're just so happy. i can't wait to see him'. in a flurry of activity last night his editors arrived to meet him. sot simmons: what did he say? "he told us i feel a whole lot better than i did 48 hours ago. which has to be the the weekend." "he sounds in high spirits and indicated that he wants human contact and wants to see other people." former marine amir hekmati's
sister was flying in for a reunion sot s/ sarah hekmati/ amir hekmati's sister :38-:43 'we have been on pins and needles, dying to see him. we haven't seen him for four and a half years' an emotional and momentous 48 hours. the men emerging from an aircraft. a first taste of freedom. "we're united and welcoming home
husbands and brothers who in lonely prison cells have endured an absolute nightmare." simultaneously america releasing iranian prisoners in texas. a nuclear deal. sanctions lifted.
events viewed with suspicion by republicans. s/ keir simmons/ nbc news/ landstuhl, germany 1:06-1:29 and mystery surrounds a fifth american prisoner who was freed but chose not to leave iran. no one seems to know why, perhaps he just didn't want the attention because we're told that the others had to wait for a day at undergo psychological evaluation. back to you. add the postal service to the list of companies raising its shipping prices. starting sunday, the prices of priority mail and priority mail express go up. priority mail will increase 9-point-8- percent while the faster priority mail express jumps on average 14-point-4- percent. the new prices represent the first price increase in more than three years for
kentucky fried chicken is adding some extra today, kfcrolled out its "nashville hot chicken" at all of its 43-hundred u-s restaurants. qthe new item is billed as a combination of spicy, smoky and crispy chicken and pays homage to a popular local nashville. "nashville hot chicken" is only fourth chicken flavor added to kfc's menu in the chain's 86-year history. time now for an update on your weather. for that we turn to meteorologist ben tanner. feeling every bit of winter as we'll see below normal temperatures much of the week. arctic air has settled down over much of the southeast, look for temperatures to be at least 10 cooler during the day and night.
temperatures to be at least 10 cooler during the day and night. mostly sunny days, clear cold nights, highs in the middle to upper 40s .overnight lows low to next storm system. temperatures will rise to near normal with highs in the lower to middle 50s. florida governor rick scott toured tornado damage after storms ripped through the southwest part of the state early yesterday morning. two people were killed and dozens of homes settled down over much of the southeast, look for temperatures to be at least 10 cooler during the day and night. mostly sunny days, clear cold nights, highs in the middle to upper 40s .overnight lows low to middle 20s through wednesday. rain chances increase late thursday into friday with our next storm system. temperatures will rise to near normal with highs in the lower to
southwest part of the state early yesterday morning. two people were killed and dozens of homes were destroyed as an e-f-2 tornado swept through manatee county. the national weather service says winds reached up to 127 miles-per-hour and caused destruction along a nine-mile stretch. up next in the news at four: so you think the ref missed a "foul?" how about showing him one? we'll watch some foul now making
today.. but the rocket's return landing was a rough one. after launching the ocean-monitoring satellite the "jason three," the rocket landed on a floating barge in the pacific. but a support leg broke and it toppled over, bursting into flames. the explosion could be seen up close in an instagram video posted by space-x founder elon musk. in his post musk wrote the root cause of the failed landing may have been ice buildup caused
an oregon state basketball player upset with a call on the court took it out on the referee. watch this.. a physical play at the basket between utah's jakob poeltl and oregon state's jarmal reid. reid was expecting a foul call on poeltl .. but did not get it. still on the ground.. he stuck out his leg and tripped the referee. a replay from a different angle shows it clearly was no accident. the ref called a flagrant personal foul.. and reid was ejected from the game. oregon state eventually lost the game.. 59-53. the carolina panthers are off to the nfc championship game. it will be the top two seeds squaring off in charlotte, when the arizona cardinals head to the queen city this weekend. the panthers punched their ticket by knocking off the seattle seahawks sunday. but -- the game got close in the second as the seahawks rallied to close the
let's get an update on your weather with ben. feeling every bit of winter as we'll see below normal temperatures much of the week. arctic air has feeling every bit of winter as we'll see below normal temperatures much of the week. arctic air has settled down over much of the southeast, look for temperatures to be at least 10 cooler during the day and night. mostly sunny days, clear cold nights, highs in the middle to upper 40s .overnight lows low to
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