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him in his cruiser. he was dispatched to a domestic call where akeem breeland was reportedly trying to kick in the door to his parents home. when deputy bagby showed up breeland started shooting. of course as a convicted felon he was not allowed to have a gun. sheriff lott says at least 7 rounds -- three of which hit this car. one in the windshield, one grazed this side and another in the wheel well. vo - deputy bagby was alone when he says he chose not to return fire because homes were in the way and he did want to hurt any innocent bystanders. he backed up and waited for other deputies to arrive. sheriff lott says his deputy made right call in a split second. sot sheriff "to be able to adapt between the warrior mindset and the peacemaker mindset is something we're training our deputies to do and it's the right thing to do. we also have to be ready for between the warrior mindset and the peacemaker mindset is something
our deputies to do and it's the right thing to do. we also have to be ready for what happened saturday night". akeem breeland took off into the woods but was captured soon after. deputy bagby has extensive training here at the sheriff's department, when he worked in law enforcement in alabama and when he served as a sniper in the marine corps. you'll hear from deputy bagby himself about the experience tonight on the news starting at 4. also new at noon... 14 citadel cadets are being disciplined for controversial photos that surfaced online. the discipline ranges from dismissals down to on-campus punishments. some were offended by photos that surfaced in december showing cadets wearing white pillow cases. citadel president john rosa is expected to meet with the media at two this afternoon to further discuss the campus investigation. columbia police say a man
injuries after crashing into the back of a comet bus this morning. it happened a little after 5:30 this morning on west beltline boulevard near boone street. that's in front of the old piggly wiggly shopping center. police say the bus was stopped when the car crashed into it. the driver of the car wasn't wearing a seatbelt and was taken to an area hospital. police say a passenger on the bus and the bus driver weren't hurt. a sunny start to the work week in the midlands as we take a live look over downtown columbia through the wis skycam. tim miller is in the first alert weather center tracking a warm-up in our future. it's going to be a marvelous monday with sunshine and warmer temperatures, highs near 60 by afternoon. few clouds tonight, lows upper 30s. breezy, much warmer tuesday with increasing clouds, highs middle to upper 60s. a cold front will move through by early wednesday giving us a good chance of rain, cooler highs middle 50s clouds, chilly thursday, highs upper 40s. will keep an eye on the cold front, it may stick around for a if not we'll see mostly sunny skies and
the carolina panthers are super bowl bound after dominating the arizona cardinals last night in the nfc championship in charlotte. carolina was the first on the board with an early field goal, and from there the team kept up with their slogan-- keep pounding! the panthers scored 6 touchdowns during the game. quarterback cam newton threw for two and ran for two. wide receiver ted ginn junior rushed for a touchdown of his own. and -- star linebacker luke keuckley returned an
the panthers won by a final score of 49 to 15. after the game -- the players talked about keeping the win in perspective. "we came out and had a pretty successful game. but like i said, there's a lot of people that feels just teammates, but happy for the carolinas." the panthers are the first team with a 15-and-o-o regular season record to play in the super bowl since 1985. that year, the chicago bears went 15-and-one and one of the players on that team was panthers head coach ron rivera. chicago went on to beat the new england patriots in that super bowl by a score of 46-10. fans in charlotte are showing their panthers pride today and some are making sure they have the freshest, newest gear. raycom news network's ashton pellom spent the morning at a dick's sporting goods where the n-f-c championship gear is flying off the shelves.
halas trophy, presented to them sunday as the nfc champions. now they'll go after the lombardi trophy, which goes to the super bowl champion. carolina beat the arizona cardinals 49-15 at bank of america stadium, and these panthers joined the 2003 group as the second team in franchise history to advance to the super bowl. in santa clara, calif., the panthers will face the denver broncos, 20-18 winners over new england in sunday's afc championship game. kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. on feb. 7. sunday's crowd of 74,294 never had to break a sweat on a cold but dry evening. the panthers led 17-0 before the end of the first quarter. and unlike four times earlier this season, including in an nfc divisional round victory over seattle a week earlier, carolina never let arizona back in. a cardinals touchdown and two-point conversion with 14 minutes 16 seconds left made it 34- 15, but the panthers a two-point conversion pass to mike tolbert made it 42-15. here in south carolina, panthers fans were out in force as the team punched its
game of the year. many were out in columbia's vista taking in the game at hickory tavern. hearts were pounding as the panthers kept scoring against the cardinals. several fans told us they've enjoyed watching this dream season for cam newton and company and they can't wait to see what happens in two weeks. alex struble --- columbia "i've had confidence in them. i knew that we were going to get to this point. i knew that we had the confidence! we just kept pounding! nobody had confidence in us but we made it! we're here to go." tracy grant -- columbia "i've always been a panthers fan and i knew we would get to this point at one time or another and i am soo proud." several fans we talked to after last night's game said they're expecting a huge panthers win in the super bowl. this is the sececd time for the franchise to play in the
fans looking to go cheer in person in california will have to pay a pretty penny. the average resale price of a ticket to the panthers-broncos game is now more than 51- hundred dollars according to ticket price tracker, seatgeek. a pair of club seats near mid-field have already sold for more than 12- thousand dollars each, making them the most expensive seats sold so far. the 50th super bowl will happen in two sundays at levi's stadium in santa clara. for more coverage on the carolina panthers' run to the super bowl, check out our website at wis tv dot com. columbia police are responding to a shots fired call on byron road at this hour. that is near the dorn v-a. few details are available at this hour. but there is a heavy police prescence in the area. we have a crew on the way and will bring you more details as they become available. coming up on wis--investigators need your help as they search for clues after a deadly shooting at a columbia barber
robbery off fort jackson boulevard. columbia police responded to shots fired at the 'next up barber and beauty shop' friday night. witnesses say two armed suspects wearing masks came in demanding money. people in the barbershop fired at the suspects - killing one. investigators are looking for the other suspect. call crimestoppers at 1-888-crime-sc if you can help. that's also the number to call to help investigators in a shooting that hurt two teenagers early sunday morning. it happened at a party on foxhunt road in northeast columbia. investigators say the victims were shot multiple times after being approached by several people. we're told the two teens are o-k. two men wanted for an armed robbery in lexington county are also wanted for fraud. lexington county deputies say two men stole checks from the la gaviota grocery on augusta
investigators say one of the suspects tried to cash the check at businesses in greenville, kershaw and saluda counties using fake ids. he has been seen in a newer honda accord or an old white work van. call crimestoppers if you can help. this afternoon, richland county leaders will talk about the recent audit and proposed council changes to the richland penny transportation tax program. county council leaders who are part of the transportation penny advisory committee will take a look at parts of a plan proposed by councilman seth rose. last week the transportation ad hoc committee discussed rose's plan involving more transparency for the penny tax, but some of those motions were sent to the study. the meeting is set for 5:30. people in the midlands who need help filing their taxes can take advantage of free income tax preparation. the cooperative ministry's volunteer income tax assistance started today. irs-certified volunteers will provide income tax return information and help with electronic filing. the tax help is for families who
thousand dollars or less a year. you'll need to bring your photo id, social security card and w2 form. for a list of tax preparation sites, head to the big red 10 on wistv dot com. and when you start working on your taxes you'll notice a few things are different than in years' past. nbc's chris clackum explains. :00 - :13 "first off for filing your 2015 taxes this year..if you're prone to procrastinate... you're going to have four extra days to file this year... the deadline's been moved to april year... are the 1095 forms which you'll considerably...
or 2 percent of taxable income... whichever is greater. "also going up is the number of taxpayers who file electronically...which means those due a refund that averaged $2797 last year...will get them quicker" another reason to file quickly, though...do it before an identity thief does. the i-r-s says cybercrooks are as busy as ever at stealing social security numbers... and filing false claims where they, not you, pocket the refund. chris clackum, nbc news. emanuel ame church in charleston now has a female pastor for the first time in history. reverend dr. betty deas clark will now help lead the church. she was previously pastor of time in history. reverend dr. betty deas clark will now help lead the church. she was previously pastor of mount pisgah ame church in sumter. reverend norvel goff who was interim pastor of mother emanuel, will now run for bishop. cleaning up after a storm dumped snow up and down the east coast. the impact still being felt days
30s. breezy, much warmer tuesday with increasing clouds, highs middle to upper 60s. a cold front will move through by early wednesday giving us a good chance of rain, cooler keep an eye on the cold front, it may stick around for a few days, if that's the case, we'll increase shower chance thursday and friday. if not we'll see mostly sunny skies and warmer daytime highs.
60 by afternoon. few clouds tonight, lows upper 30s. breezy, much warmer tuesday with increasing clouds, highs middle to upper 60s. a cold front will move through by early wednesday giving us a good chance of rain, cooler highs middle 50s clouds, chilly thursday, highs upper 40s. will keep an eye on the cold front, it may stick around for a few days, if that's the case, we'll increase shower chance thursday and friday. if not we'll see mostly sunny skies and warmer daytime highs. break two it's going to be a marvelous
york are still cleaning up after the storm this past weekend. nasa captured this unique view of the aftermath of
the storm. this is a view of all the snow across the eastern part of the u-s after the storm. the hardest hit areas from this storm near washington, d-c and throughout maryland are still digging out. today many schools and government offices are still closed. nbc's edward lawrence has more from the nation's capital. i'm calling this the big dig because many people in the suborders of maryland and dc all the way up to new york are digging out. you can see in the us capital 30 inches on the road because plows can't get to it. still emergency equipment has to get to it so in some cases they are 30 people have died because of this storm, many in traffic accidents other folks were killed when they
heart attacks. at least one person was hit by a plow. now the governor of maryland says we are in recovery mode, trying to get the streets back to normal life back to normal. this was not just snow, this storm hit then new jersey shore with lots of water. flooding in several communities on the new jersey shore... putting many people out of their homes. but as the water is receding many people will come back to their homes if they can. this is the first storm that we have got 19 inches of snow in washington and new york city at the same time. reporting from washington dc, edward lawrence nbc news one of the places still dealing with delays and
the road in charlotte. some schools are still closed today. many school districts in north carolina are closed or had a delayed start this morning. north carolina saw heavy snow and ice through the weekend. this weekend's winter weather turned deadly in south carolina. we've learned three people died, all in the upstate. an elderly couple in greenville died of carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator they were using after they lost power to their home. the generator was inside the garage with the door closed. a pedestrian in greenville county was also killed in a weather-related crash. we continue to follow breaking news at this hour. columbia police are responding to a shots fired hour. columbia police are responding to a shots fired call on byron
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