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we're told the victim was in stable condition when airlifted to a local hospital. as we take a live look over the capital city through the wis skycam on a chilly martin luther king junior day. let send it over to ben tanner with more. 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
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 middle 50s. community leaders packed brookland baptist church this morning for the 18th annual columbia urban league mlk breakfast. superintendent of education molly spearman was the guest speaker. she spoke about south carolina's push to break down walls, teaching students the life lessons that will serve them well in the work force... things like punctuality, integrity and the ability to work well with others. her message aligned with the urban league's mission to remind local business leaders of what king's legacy means to economic
and that wasn't the only celebration for dr. king in the midlands today. the alpha phi plpha fraternity, incorporated hosted a wreath laying ceremony to commemorate the historic marker honoring mlk. the event was at the marker at harder and green street. and after the wreath laying many people headed over to martin luther king, junior park for the city of columbia's annual mlk day celebration. local leaders spoke at both events including u- s-c president harris pastides. education was a top focus during the king day at the dome rally at the state house today. the south carolina naacp hosts the annual march and rally on a day marked to celebrate the life the state house with more. judi... education was a top priority and the absence of the confederate flag for the
noticeable difference at this year's rally. this was a victory for the state naacp -- which had been fighting for years to get the confederate battle flag removed from state house grounds. get the confederate battle flag removed from state house grounds. many in the crowd and the as it relates to dr. lessons learned from the past need to continue to push us forward in equality - not just racially but when it comes to education. "it's really nice to be standing out here supporting our people and not having the confederate flag flying in our face which was a complete disrespect so i appreciate that it's down but where i feel we need to be, we're no where near that. i don't think we've made enough progress....we're still doing what we did in that 60's, we're marching, we're praying and we're trying to express that our black lives matter. i don't those things should still be prominent in 2016. i shouldn't have to tell
matters." "we celebrate the accomplishments we've made and it also means we're going back and seeing how far we've come but we need to continue to celebrate that because we still have so far to go. "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." many in the crowd say they continue to be proud of the progress we've made as a state live at the state house...meaghan norman, wis news 10. king day at the dome brought four democrats running for president to the state house steps. jack kuenzie has more on the political element of today's event. charles and judi, though it was
couple of the candidates, this was the first king day celebration that did not take place in the shadow of the confederate battle flag. but this was also a different kind of king day because we also heard remarks from all four democratic candidates for president. leading off those appearances, former secretary of state hillary clinton---whose first bid for president in 2008 ran into serious trouble in south carolina. mrs. clinton is back---and it would appear from the number of signs at today's rally, still drawing substantial support from african-americans. her next closest challenger, vermont senator bernie sanders indicating to us after the event today that he knows he has some work to do to 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
so we're starting--we have to catch up. former maryland governor martin o'malley, running well behind sanders and clinton----sounded many of the same themes as he o'malley said, to make it harder to vote. we also heard from chicago businessman dr. willie wilson---who said one candidate, former secretary of state hillary clinton, is promising tough action against wall street. clinton spoke exclusively with wis news 10 at the state house this morning. last night clinton's opponent bernie sanders said she was a friend of big banks dominating american leadership but clinton says she's already ready to be tougher against wrongdoing by the big banks than sanders is. 00:35:03
after the big banks. we already have the authority and dodd frank, the law that was passed, that the president sign, to break up big banks that pose a risk to our economy. and i have said no bank should be too big to fail. no official in a bank too powerful to jail. and i believe that and i have made it very clear that the wall street guys know that i say what i mean. clinto says her tough stands against shading dealings by bankers have already touched off a wave of attack ads against her paid for, as she puts it, "billionaire hedge fund managers." another candidate says americans need to be worried about all those men in jail. republican candidate dr. ben carson spoke at a king day breakfast in myrtle beach. he says the huge numbers of young black men ending up in prison is a national concern. "you know right now you look at many people say they're an endangered species because so many incarcerated, so many being
disaster, you know we can't afford that. because there are only 330 million people in this country, we've got to compete against china with 1.4 billion, india with 1.1 billion. we can't afford to be wasting any of our people. and this has got to be a national priority." the dr. martin luther king celebration committee hosted the annual breakfast the organization recognized local leaders and presented awards. new at six... a man wanted in a murder in washington, d-c is now behind bars in clarendon county. sheriff randy garrett confirms william lee lewis was arrested around three this afternoon. the sheriff says deputies got a tip to go to the forest villa apartments in manning. they found lewis there. investigators say lewis has been on the run for the past month wanted in connection to a murder in washington d.c. back in early november. lewis is in the clarendon county jail awaiting a hearing which is
reported missing friday has called them. 27-year-old shardae davis told a detective she was ok, but didn't want to come to the police because of an outstanding shoplifting warrant in horry county. investigators say they still consider her missing until they can meet her in person. officers say they are still looking for herbert butler for questioning in davis' disappearance. he is also wanted on a warrant for domestic violence. a neighbor called 9-1-1 and when officers arrived to the home on west liberty street, they found davis' two-year-old and 5-week-old children home alone friday evening. anyone with information is asked to call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. breaking news... an overturned tractor trailer is shutting down part of interstate 95. this is a live look out at i- 95 northbound near the i- 26 west exit, which is exit 169b in orangeburg county.
are blocked. we have a call out to highway patrol for more information. a sunny but chilly mlk day across the midlands. coming up after the break ben tanner gives us the latst on what we can expect for the rest of the week. break 2 he was rated a+ by the nra. not for his promises, but for defending the second amendment... he's a man of deep faith, who fought time and again for the right
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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 middle 50s.
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 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 middle 50s.
that rare form of cervical cancer is called small cell neuroendocrine cancer. kerrie cribb was diagnosed with it last may and since then she says her life has not been the same. doctors describe the cancer as aggressive, in fact less than one percent of people diagnosed with cervical cancer have the rare form. the neuroendocrine cancer attacks hormone producing cells. since the diagnosis, cribb says each day is a challenge. the once athlete, nurse and musician says she just wants her normal life back. "at one point during the first chemo i couldn't even lift my head off the pillow, it was so strong and waling to the bathroom became like a challenge of a lifetime
when you take those things for granted." cribb is currently receiving treatment at south carolina oconlogy here in columbia. she is remaining positive and is also encouraging women to go for their yearly exams.
basketball struggled to win games. at the time... the gamecocks weren't exactly the most popular bunch on campus. everyone loves a winner though... which means... usc's popularity this season around town... is much greater. carolina's 16-1 overall... and ranks in the top 25 in today's ap and coaches polls. head coach frank martin and the gamecocks embrace the extra attention. however... he understands the different challenges that come with success. martin: "we've all had to manage different dynamics that success brings. i much rather manage that dynamic... than the one we managed three years ago which is
an area, your own campus didn't care about your team, your media didn't care about your team, the players didn't care about the team. you understand what i'm saying? i'd much rather manage the dynamic we got right now it's also another step in our development as a program, as a team, we got to learn how to handle it." sometimes success... comes with strict rules. well the panthers... who will play arizona in the nfc championship game sunday... are banned from using hoverboards at the team's facility. coach ron rivera worries about his players safety. rivera saying today... he recently caught a couple players "drag racing" in the hallways of the stadium. coach... wasn't amused by that. what is thrilling... carolina's dominance on the football field. the panthers host the arizona and the panthers will be on their way to the super bowl. cotchery: "every man's dream is to play in that. when you first lace up the cleets you want to play in that big game.
that." dickson: "we're going to take it one practice, one game at a time.
we don't look forward. whatever happens next... happens next." to a different group of cats.... the clemson tigers defense will look different next season. today... the program officially announced five starters from the 2015 squad... will leave school early to turn pro. four nfl draft eligible players will return. wayne gallman, defensive tackle carlos watkins, corner cordrea tankersly, and tight end jordan leggett. breaking news... an overturned tractor trailer is shutting down
this is a live look out at i- 95 northbound near the i- 26 west exit, which is exit 169b in orangeburg county. sc dot is reporting all lanes are blocked. we have a call out to highway patrol for more information. 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 middle 20s through wednesday. rain chances increase late thursday into friday with our next storm system. temperatures will rise to near
tonight, on the attack. hillary clinton scrambling to shore up support amid growing concern she could lose iowa and new hampshire to bernie sanders after the most intense debate yet on our stage. and the republican race taking a nasty turn with ted cruz hitting donald trump after being labelled, quote, a nasty guy. and behind the scenes last-minute drama that could have stopped the free american prisoners