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another wet day in the midlands with grey skies and some showers. is it soon going to be over? let's go to meteorologist ben tanner to get an update. radar shot a cold front is somewhat stalled over the state today look for areas of showers and rn on and off through early afternoon. temperatures will hold steady much of the day to around 60 the front will be off the coast by tonight, rain ends by late afternoon and skies will clear. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early
i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the chill with well below normal that includes those who are left cleaning up the damage from it. mike desumma is near leesville at this hour where the work continues at tracy's logging company. he joins us now live with more. dawndy, judi workers here at the logging company certainly still have yesterday's weather on their minds. what's around me is what's left from when a microburst hit the ground yesterday afternoon at around 1:30 pm. with 70 mile per hour winds it was strong enough to strip roofs --- and knock over a tractor trailer. of debris were stil left hanging in trees here on the property. a microburst is caused when a large gust of air strikes the ground and then spreads out. several workers were on site and watched the
they took shelter in one of the sheds and as you can imagine --- they were highly get out the way of it. i was close to it but i didn't go through it." "kind of a lifetime of work destroyed in just a few minutes. your minds going in a 1,000 different directions." the ownene of the logging company say they're thankful no one was injured when the storm blew through yesterday. cleanup has been underway here throughout the day as staff try to pick up the pieces. the logging compapa has been here in leesville for about 50 years. owners tell me they're still trying to put a price tag on all of this damage. live in leesville, mike desumma, wis news 10 ben explains microburst the national weather service has confirmed damage caused in lexington county near steedman was due to a microburst and not a tornado. a microburst is a very strong
messaging may apply. more than seven months after the murder of a midlands teacher, police have identified and charged the suspected triggerman. jack kuenzie joins us with more on how the case was cracked. charles, in late july authorities took 45 year ibin kenta patterson into custody on charges not directly related to the murder. but now they've also linked patterson to that killing, of tim gentry---a young man with a bright future cut short just a few days before patterson's arrest. last summer, police found gentry in the roadway close to his home on beaufort street near river drive. he'd been shot once in the chest and later died at a hospital. investigators didn't have much to go on, except for a 9 mm shell casing. but sled was able to determine the type of handgun used. a few days later, a gunman tried to rob a woman near martin luther king park.
walker arriving at the scene exchanged gunfire with the suspect----who fled but ended up barricading himself on a nearby rooftop and was eventually arrested. that suspect was patterson and police say he had the same kind of gun used in the gentry murder. sled again analyzed the pistol and the shell casis that were recovered during this incident with officer or corporal walker and the analysis determined at that point it was the same weapon as used in the beaufort street murder. along the way, investigators also arrested a 49 year old woman, willette wilson after determining she had purchased the gun at a decker boulevard pawn shop and transferred it to patterson. gentry---the 32 year old shooting victim---was a clemson graduate who worked with kids at the shandon presbyterian child development center and according to his father last year--just about to propose to his girlfriend. chief holbrook says gentry was an innocent victim--in the wrong place at the wrong
patterson says the chief---is a "violent predator" now off the streets thanks to cooperation between federal and state law enforcement. jack kuenzie wis news ten. i just in: the comet board of directors has a new member - after replacing richland county councilman kelvin washington. -replacing him: joyce dickerson. -washington served on the board from october 2011- february 2016 as the vice chair of the board and chair of the budget committee. -washington charged with three counts of willful failure to file a tax return. -washington reportedly failed to file state tax returns for 2012, 2013, and 2014, failing to report a total of $426,776 of income during those years. washington has not been in court yet on these charges. he is out on a 15,000 personal recognizance bond. we'll keep you updated as we learn more. new numbers show how presidential candidates are shaping up in new hampshire, ahead of the
according to real clear politics, donald trump is leading the gop race at 32.8 percent. meanwhile, marco rubio and ted cruz are neck in neck. rubio is at 11.8 percent. and cruz is at 11.3 percent. meanwhile, democratic presidential caucus data in new hampshire has bernie sanders at 54.6 percent. and rival hillary clinton is at 38.8 percent. and things are heating up on the campaign trail in new hampshire. we'll take a closer look at each candidates strategy and what to expect tongiht as bebeie sanders and hillary clinton square off in a debate.
his attorney general. in the cabinet, i served with hillary clinton. i've known her for almost 25 years. this is a woman whose fought her whole life for children, to protect civil rights, voting rights. and today hillary is pushing hard for tougher gun laws and police accountability. if you want to make sure republicans don't take us backward help hillary move us forward.
owner jerry richardson. his quest of ownership started more than a quarter of a century ago. steve crump of our raycom station in charlotte was along for the ride in the formative years. he joins us live from charlotte tonight. and what a ride it's been. i got to travel to new orleans with mr. richardson back in 1990 for super bowl 24. you could tell then that he was on a mission, and based on his relationships.something special was about to happen. before there was ever a bank of america stadium, and years prior to doin the dab or having thousands of panthers fans pack romare bearden park, jerry richardson was traveling
12:17 super/jerry richardson panthers owner "we continue to be more and more encouraged every time we go to one of these affairs." one subplot emerging from the 1990 superbowl in new orleans was national football league was silently working on its expansion plan. paul taglibue was then the leagues commissioner. 3:44 super/paul taglibue former nfl commissioner " i think jerry's group is a very solid group. i mean the whole charlotte package let's put it that way is a dynamic and attractive package." the lobbying effort meant finding supportive ears. 12:40 super/jerry jones dallas cowboys owner 12:40 "the great job that charlotte has done over there in the nba has been an example to us in the owners. 11:42 super/edward debartolo jr. former 49ers owner "the combined efforts of the two chance." at super bowl 24, backing from
governor jim martin. "we can bring fans from south carolina from north carolina, some two and half million college football fans who will be able to support our own carolina's team. 12:20 "we're highly motivated and feel good about it." the man known as the big cat would deliver these words.three and a half years later. "thank you, thank you, thank you." this journey and level of accomplishment has not come easy or overnight. and keep in mind.it was collective effort between north and south carolina. speaking of the formative years there was the game in the early 90's between the washington red skins and the new york jets that happened in columbia, south carolina.
becoming the most expensive sporting event in u.s. history. an online report says the average ticket price is just under five thousand dollars for the game in santa clara, california. that's hundreds of dollars more than the record- setting ticket price for the floyd mayweather-manny pacquiao fight last spring. experts say the silicon valley's high average income is likely a factor in high ticket prices. in new hampshire, with five days 'til the first-in-the-nation primary vote, bernie sanders and hillary clinton are planning to go head to head tonight for an msnbc debate. steve handelsman is at the debate site, in durham. he has the latest 17-28 40-44 58-1:12 1:16-1:21 from the university of new hampshire,tonight the debate will focus on the differences between the democrats. last night, hillary clinton claimed she's got progressive
liberal like bernie sanders. presidential candidate too short to super "but we have different ways of going about them." sanders, earlier, in a rare attack presidential candidate :17-:28 "i do not know any progressive who has a super pac and takes 15 million dollars from wall street. that's just not progressive. clinton took 675 thousand in speaking fees from goldman sachs. why?? presidential candidate too short to super "well, i don't know, that's what they offered." tonight, nbc moderator chuck todd pushes harder "what we're hoping is to break some new ground, try to help voters clarify exactly what these differences are." on the republican side, as jeb bush and chris christie and john kasich try to break out in new hampshire iowa caucus winner ted cruz is warning his rivals would compromise with democrats presidential candidate :58-1:12 "either someone like donald, who has told us he's going there to make deals or someone like marco rubio, very talented guy,
demonstrated that he's willing to break his word to the voters..." rubio is arguing he's the most electable republican. presidential candidate 1:16-1:21 "when im your nominee i will united this party - faster then anybody running for president - can." nats: the donald the street donald trump did the kind of meet and greet retail politicking that new hampshirites demand. audio outcue: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, durham, new hampshire. will whitson will be in new hampshire for complete coverage of the first primary starting next week. you can always find complete coverage on wistv.com - including more on bill clinton's visit to the capital city. a cold front is somewhat stalled over the state today look for areas of showers and rain on and off through early afternoon. temperatures will hold steady much of the day to around 60 the front will be off the coast by tonight, rain ends by late afternoon and skies will clear.
steady much of the day to around 60 the front
will be off the coast by tonight, rain ends by late afternoon and skies will clear. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the chill with well below normal
"but we shouldn't have this happen to bring us together." and rain on and off through early afternoon. temperatures will hold steady much of the day to around 60 the front will be off the coast by tonight, rain ends by late afternoon and skies will clear. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday
next week as we'll feel the chill with well below normal temperatures. "but we shouldn't have this happen to bring us together." and rain on and off through early afternoon. temperatures will hold steady much of the day to around 60 the front will be off the coast by tonight, rain ends by late afternoon and skies will clear. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday.
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all in disbelief. nine people murdered inside of emanuel ame church, by a man investigators say was motivated by racialalatred. we now have a
better understanding of what happened that night. in an exclusive interview, our billie jean shaw spoke with two of the survivors. this was a difficult interview, felicia sanders and polly sheppard talked about the moment they witnessed nine of their loved ones gunned down. turn and while they couldn't talk about certain details due to the upcoming trail they did talk about how they fully expected to lose their lives that night. in a riveting encounter, the women talked about how the group welcomed dylann roof when he walked into the bible study. understandably, life since the shootings has been difficult but they are so
of love they are still receiving from across the country. even through the hurt and pain, sheppard and sanders believe somehow there is a message in all the madness. "it was a beautiful site to see and that's the way we should be all the time. we should love each other that's love. but we shouldn't have this happen to bring us together." sanders echoed the same sentiments. the women say they are glad roof's attempt to start a race war failed. tonight at 11, the women share more about their story
of survival and the moments leading up to the shooting. you will hear more of their story thursday on wis. it is a story you don't want to
showers moving out in the midlands. but there are still plenty of grey skies. let's go to meteorologist ben tanner to get the latest. a cold front is somewhat stalled over the state today look for areas of showers and rain on and off through early afternoon. temperatures will hold steady much of the day to around 60 the front will be off the coast by tonight, rain ends by late afternoon and skies will clear. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s
30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure will form off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early suay i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the chill with well below normal temperatures. stay on top of the latest weather headed your way by downloading the wisweather app. it's free in your app store -- standard data and messaging may apply.
cruz won the iowa caucuses---doing so, analysts say, with a lot of help from that state's evangelical christian voters. the candidates may be focusing mostly
on new hampshire for now---but signs are everywhere that south carolina's gop primary will be critical for cruz, and the e mpaigns of donald trump, marco rubio, dr. ben carson and others. again---they will be trying to attract support from the palmetto state's large evangelical bloc. midlands pastor mike gonazalez is working with the cruz campaign. i talk about it every sunday because i believe that pastors are the voice of truth about what's going on in our nation. what does the scripture say about government? it's clear to me there are three institutions that god has established. number one the family, then church, then government. so pastors need to lead the way in this. that's the problem is that pastors have been silent in the
other candidates are also making a play for the state's faith community. trump has scored endorsements from several top evangelical leaders. so has rubio. about two thirds of south carolina republicans identify as born-again or evangelical christians. an olympic great is in the capitol city at this hour. figure skater michelle kwan is campaigning for hillary clinton. kwan visited coluluia college earlier today. she will speak with college democrats at the moore school of business in columbia at 6:30. she previously served as a senior adviser for public diplomacy and public affairs and as an envoy for the u.s. state department. she is a five-time world champion and double olympic medalist. you can always find complete coverage on wistv.com - including more on bill clinton's visit to the capital city. authorities say a teenager charged with sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl and 12-year-old boy may have victimized more
the kershaw county sheriff's office on tuesday arrested 17-year-old richard hendrix of gaston. he is currently being detained at the kershaw county detention center is awaiting a bond hearing. officials say there could be more victims. if you have any information, call crimestoppers at 1- 888-crimesc. happening this afternoon: a man charged in connection with the death of the motorcyclist killed last month. -vincent may, sr. was given a 25,000 dollar surety bond this afternoon at the alvin s. glenn detention center. -charged with obstruction of justice in connection to the death of adrian silva. -silva was shot while on his motorcycle and crashed on longreen parkway near churchland drive on january 3rd. -may is not allowed to have any contact with the victim's family and must wear a gps tracking device. inside the state house- a tense debate on roads led to some candid language from south
takes a look at the jabs senators fired at one another. lawmakers expected a lot of intense emotion on the senate floor from the start of an impromptu debate on roads- edgefield "y'all are wasting my time and i'm ticked off about it! i would rather y'all waste my money, but i know we'll get to that later on in the session." lexington "i think everybody is passionate about how they feel and i think that's a good thing. if people are passionate about it you get a better product in the end. and i think what it's going to take is a lot of discussion." but some of that discussion got candid- like an exchange between senators harvey peeler and vincent sheheen. "peeler: senator from kershaw, did you say you feel sorry for you, you got beat up by a girl, twice. sheheen: it's pretty bad isn't it?" cherokee "it was all in jest. he popped the governor- kershaw "we have to cut $700 million from the budget. and the majority of that cut
people in south carolina." "i probably hit back a little too hard." but not all back and forth on the roads debate ended in laughter- tempers flared between lawmakers unsatisfied with work done on the bill- and those who sat on committees like transportation- which made recent attempts to amend the roads bill. mter edgefiled "mcelveen: can you please explain to me and other members of the body why what we passed is junk, in your opinion? why is it's fake." lawmakers will discuss roads again in next week's senate finance committee meeting. ww wis news 10 a gas company is investing more than 10- million dollars in the capital city. dominion carolina gas transmission is relocating its h hadquarters to columbia. the move comes after dominion bought carolina gas transmission
the party has started in san francisco.. fans pouring into the bay area three days before kickoff - for the broncos and panthers in super bowl fifty.. as jay gray reports, the focus is on celebrating the golden anniversary of the big game in an area that does things a little differently.. 19-21 it is an area that has always moved.. to its own, unique beat.. a rhythm..that this week.. is as golden.. as the nfl.. and more than a million fans - celebrate the 50th anniversary of the sport's biggest game.. "we won't feel like a miami super bowl or a new ororans super bowl... we're gonna feel like a bay area super bowl." with an eclectic energy.. that for some, has little to do with sunday's match-up between the broncos and panthers.. "i didn't know what teams were playing until my husband told me." oh, there are reminders that football is the main draw here.. but the pregame party.. "it's really for everyone from 2 to 92."
that makes the bay area special.. this is the first super bowl city with a sonoma valley wine bar.. san francisco's iconic levis brand, is a big player.. even the silicon valley is flying high, with fans here.. "everything that san francisco is known for is right here, and that's what makes it so exciting for fans to come." oh.. and there's also going to be a game here on sunday.. jay gray - nbc news - san francisco. we'll get your weekend weather forecast with ben tanner after the break. plus--take a close look at this picture. which one is the mom and which are her twin daughters?
be off the coast by tonight, rain ends by late afternoon and skies will clear. colder, drier air settles in for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 50s overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday. still thinking low pressure willl fofo off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will give us a slight chance of showers early sunday i'm watching things for early next week as we'll feel the chill with well below
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think she was in shock ... but then we had a really great visit with her class. i was really impressed with the students and their big wall of wow that celebrates student achievement. a very special thank you to mrs. jennifer lott and the staff at wateree elementary for helping me pull off the surprise. i who profiled me for her 4th grade class project. her sister tweeted me a picture while to mrs. jennifer lott at wateree elementary in lugoff. he was already considered a hero for his service to the country. now an iraq war veteran is being cheered for fighting off an armed robbery in florida. break a masked man who attempted to
his attorney general. in the cabinet, i served with hillary clinton. i've known her for almost 25 years. this is a woman whose fought her whole life for children, to protect civil rights, voting rights. and today hillary is pushing hard for tougher gun laws and police accountability. if you want to
make sure republicans don't take us backward help hillary move us forward. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. america's heroes have a message. if you've fought...
you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. veteran being on shift. the military vet was working ... when authorities say the robber came in and demanded money. the vet goes to the register with the man pointing g e gun at his back.
him... the veteran quickly grabs the gunman and throws him around. the robber end up running out of the store. police are now looking for him. wild jaguars were not known for sure to be in the united states -- until now. this one was has been roaming the santa rita mountains just outside tucson, arizona. among the large cats roaming the earth, the jaguar is the only one native to north and south america. this one has been been photographed repeatedly over the past few years and the people of tucson call him el jefe ... which means "the boss" in spanish. in today's consumer alert--another problem has developed with automotive air bags, this one resulting in recalls of up to 5 million vehicles worldwide. continental automotive systems says moisture can get inside its air bag control computers, causing the power supplies to corrode and fail. if that happens, air bags may not inflate in a crash or they could deploy without a crash. this will affect cars dating as far back as 2006.
chrysler and mercedes. automakers say they'll replace the computers at no cost to owners dirt devil total pet cyclonic upright vacuums have been recalled due to a shock hazard. the consumer product safety commision says there is a faulty power cord that can break off in power outlets. all three models affectct were sold between february 2014 and november 2015. for more information on this recall, head to wistv.com. you don't have to be a football fan to admire these nfl players. just a few seconds watching these big guys go soft around their daughters while trying to style their hair will melt your heart. as part of its "strong is beautiful" campaign aimed at helping girls build their confidence, pantene released a series of new videos showing various nfl players accepting the #daddo hair challenge. the hair tutorials are intended
california store to do a little shopping of his own. owners at the cave store say the animal must have climbed the 145-step staircase that leads from the shore
to the store. with a little coaxing and some canned salmon he was back to the sea. the internet is going crazy trying to figure out which one of these beauties is the mother in this viral picture. kaylan mahomes simply posted a photo of her twin sister and her mom on twitter, but little did she know the photo would soon go viral. so who is the mom? thanks for joining us for the news at 5. we'll be right back.
he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over two and a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in.
thanks for joining us this evening. i'm charles molineaux. those close to a columbia murder victim finally have some answers after months of waiting. today, police say they have the man responsible for last july's fatal shooting of timothy gentry. jack kuenzie joins us now with more on how the case developed. charles and judi---that long wait for justice now at a turning point for the people who loved 32 year old timothy gentry. the investigation depending on a single shell casing and a sequence of events that included a second shooting incident involving the same suspect. gentry died after being shot once in the chest on beaufort street near river drive last july. police found a 9 mm spent casing nearby but few other clues. then, several days later near king park in five