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a police officer responding to the scene exchanged gunfire with the suspect---who was later taken into custody after a standoff on the roof of a building near taylor street. that t spect---45 year old ibin kenta patterson---found to have a 9 mm handgun on him that sled experts linked to the round fired at gentry. patterson now faces murder and weapons possession charges in addition to those already filed in the five points robbery and shootout. this is how you get the job done. this victim was truly an innocent victim who was arriving home, simply walking to his house and was at the wrong place at the wrong time. and this crime was perpetrated by a violent predator that was in our community and is not going to perpetrate a crime anymore in our community. police say the gun used by patterson was originally purchased at a decker boulevard pawn shop.
year old willette june wilson----who turned herself in last august. she is accused of unlawful transfer of a firearm. richland county sheriff leon lott says it was a collaboration between his agency, cpd, sled and atf that broke the case. he says the community and gentry's family may not know why the shooting happened---but they do know who was responsible. jack kuenzie wis news ten. it's been a day of cleanup, analysis and talking surrounding yesterday's fierce weather. the national weather service has confirmed an ef0 tornado touched down near columbia on thursday. meanwhile officials say a "microburst" was responsible for damage in leesville. our mike desumma joins us live mike charles, judi here in the steadman part of leesville a lot of people have been stopping by tracy's logging company today. it's the site where the microburst touched down. scientists say it sent up to 70 mile per hour winds in
of damage here. several workers were on site when that happened but thankfully no one was hurt. meanwhile we're also hearing accounts today from those who witnessed the ef0 tornado in columbia. the national weather service concluded it struck north of the state farmers market not far m where i-26 and i-77 meet. mark creighton says he was able to get some video of the tornado as it moved through shooting it from right outside of where he works on kelsey court. he says there was bands of rain coming in when the tornado passed by. "it just looked like a dark cloud..kind of started with a small v and it just kind of kept growing and moving so after a while it started looking like a tornado.i didn't know, i really didn't know." meteorologists also concluded the ef0 had wind speeds of at least 60 mph. getting back to the microburst here in leesville -- the damage it left behind was still clear today. at some points there was still
trees on the logging company's property. a tractor trailer here on site was also knocked over. company owners say they're still calculating the cost it will take to get everything back in place. live in leesville, mike desumma, wis news 10. we're still waiting on the clouds to move out and make way for some sun this weekend. let's get the latest on conditions with meteorologist ben tanner. 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 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
normal temperatures. the richland county council has announced a and rain on and off through early afternoon. temperatures will hold steady much of the day tt 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 fofom off the coast late saturday into sunday.this will
this morning, councilwoman joyce dickerson was named to replace councilman kelvin washington. washington was charged last month after a department of revenue investigation into the penny tax program found evidence he failed to file state tax returns. he's out of jail on a $15,000 p-r bond. he served on the comet board since october of 21. lawmakers traded jabs and tempers flared in the south carolina senate today because they haven't been able to pass a roads bill- but the debate opened doors for fights on other issues. will whitson explains. the frustration lawmakers felt at the snail's pace road reform has moved through the senate opened the door for other issues within the body- edgefield "heck, we've had more discussion today about roads than we have in a year. and i appreciate that, because i'll tell you, today is the end of the 4th week." lawmakers vented frustration that- a month into legislative session- there seemed to be little progress on big bills- and days the senate is in
lasting less than an hour. edgefield " the only productive thing we've done all year -i'm starting to believe the house's hype." compounding that frustratiti is the announcement lawmakers would take an additional week's furlough over easter- a point senator harvey peeler continued to bring up, but couldn't get the answer he was looking for- cherokee "what do you think about this week's vacation? if i hear the time management that we've talked about, we're going to be getting into the goody of this debate and we're going to take a week off." but the tensest moment came not in conversation about roads at all- but healthcare. senate shane massey- after commenting on able-bodied south carolinians receiving benefits- found himself on the defensive from other lawmakers- notably senator joel lourie- "lourie: you need to call dhec and have them check the water in edgefield. massey: i never said taxpayers were not subsidizing what i get. lourie: so why is it ok for you to have subsidized healthcare but the guy making 9500 can't have it? massey: you're not asking me to subsidize it you're asking me to
after a long debate- and the senate went about their daily business- but in a much more subdued manner. ww wis news 10 meanwhile, another bill in the state house could make it more likely we get to see police incidents captured by dashboard cameras. senator larry martin is pushing a bill that would require a judge's permission for law enforcement agencies "not" to release dashcam video to the public. martin says it would instill more confidence in police decisions. the bill would prevent police from indefinitely blocking the public's ability to see dascham video--unless a judge agrees that releasing the video would cause harm. with only a few weeks to go before the south carolina democratic primary--senator bernie sanders is picking up some big endorsements from the state establishment. former state democratic party chairman dick harpootlian has announced he's throwing his support behind sanders instead of hillary clinton. harpootlian supported barack obama over clinton during the 2008 primary. his endorsement of sanders comes just days after state representative joe neal announced he
senator. the democratic primary is february 27th. and tonight--sanders and clinton will meet to debate one-on-one for the first time in the 2016 election. the final touches are being put on for tonight's msnbc debate in new hampshire. this is the first debate since former maryland governor martin o'malley dropped out of the race following a poor performance in the iowa caucuses. the next contest is just five days away when voters in new hampshire go to the polls. the latest nbc poll just released this evening shows sanders with a 20- point lead over clinton. tonight's debate is at 9. tonight's debate is at 9. and a week from tonight--winthrop university will host a forum for republican candidates ahead of the primary. an event page for the forum says each candidate will be given 30 minutes to speak individually about a range of issues. the announcement says the event is open to all republican candidates--and it's free for the public to attend.
still ahead on the news at 6-- two women who survived the charleston church shooting have a chilling and emotional story break 2 new developments tonight in the murder of a when the republicans weren't going after president obama they were coming after me. his attorney general. in the cabinet, i served with hillary clinton.
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noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. charges in connection with the murder of a midlands motorcyclist. last month, investigators found adrian silva, who they say was shot multiple times while riding his motorcycle on long green parkway in columbia. today, the sheriff's department says vincent may is charged with obstruction of justice in the case. may was given a 25 thousand dollar surety bond he's also been ordered not to have contact with the victim's family and must wear a gps monitoring device. a woman accused of filing a false assault report against her ex-husband is now locked up in lexington coun. investigators say tammy bedenbaugh called police back in october, saying her home
by her ex and that she had been sexually assaulted. south congaree police say bedenbaugh's ex- husband provided several documents proving he was working at the time, and was nowhere near south carolina. bedenbaugh is being head at the lexington county detention center. 8 months after the charleston church shootings, two survivors say they have gained faith, even as they have lost so much. felicia sanders and polly sheppard spoke exclusively with our billie jean shaw. they gave a chilling encounter on what happened inside the church that night. i remember this story unraveling before our eyes in june and once i learned there were survivors i was thinking wow how could they possibly go on after that. but once i sat down with felica sanders and polly sheppard i was able to understand.
purpose of forgiving and finding a message in the madness. the trial is still coming up for the admitted church shooter dylan roof so they couldn't talk about certain details but they did speak about what happened inside the church that night. from how many gunshots they heard from if they were expecting to die. but one of the moments that resonated with me is when felicia sanders spoke about her son, being gunned down right in frontntf her. take a listen. "he gave his life for me, i'm gonna be the mother that he knows i am. and i'm gonna keep his name lifted up and everybody's gonna know his name. everybody's gonna know his name." felicia sanders says her son tywanza will always be her hero. the women also talked about life after the shooting and why they forgave dylann roof. we'll have the full story tonight on wis news at 11. stay with us for a check of your
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 overnight lows middle 30s friday morning to upper 20s saturday.
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 teteperatures. the usc women's basketball team has 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
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 temperatures. this was one of the
biggest plays of the high school football season. yesterday..all three spring valley players involved signed college scholarships...sports is next. it's debate night...and we've got new polling showing what's at stake as
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i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. the carolina ladies host 18th ranked kentucky at seven pm. the game will be televised by the sec network. this will be the ninth time this season the gamecocks have faced a nationally ranked opponent....and the sixth in thehe last eight games. usc had a tough time with the wildcats last month in lexington. they had to overcome an 11 point second quarter deficit before they escaped with a 73 to 62 victory. carolina has avoided all of the booby traps to remain undefeated. head coach dawn staley says she's managing to keep her team grounded as they continue to rack up the wins. "they are handling it well i think our coaching staff, we've done a tremendous job you know we point out our weaknesses
blowing their heads up with talk about being undefeated i think we do a great job at finding a happy medium of keeping our players confident yet on guard on guard to always try and get better at what we're doing. a gamecock victory tonight will tie the school record for the best start in school history at 22 and oh. they set that mark last season. now we have some national signing day coverage that we didn't get to yesterday. the spring valley vikings had several kids sign
yesterday.....including a trio of players involved in one of the biggest plays of the year. let's flashback to september...spring valley playing laurens. vikings quarterback ryan lee passes to r.j. bacon....he's undercut...but manages to flip the ball to ty'juan fulton...who takes it to the house to complete the hook and ladder play for a touchdown. the play was highlighted on espn's top ten. yesterday...lee signed with coastal arolina. bacon with presbyterian....and fulton with georgia military
fulton says he's hoping to transfer to
a division one college. he says being part of such a great play has given him confidence that he can compete with the big boys. after the thing...i thought it was a regular play. i didn't think it was going to be as big as it turned out to be . it ended up being really big and making it to espn. a lot of people saw it on espn top ten...matter of fact it t owed during one of the come up asking me how it feels to score a touchdown..because they play defense. it's out there having a cool experience." wis is going to the super bowl! we'll be live from super bowl 50 through the weekend. joe gorchow will be in california keeping us updated on the carolina panthers as they prepare to take on the denver broncos. our live coverage from santa clara starts tomorrow afternoon right here on wis. that's the news for now.
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