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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 saturdada still l inking low pressure e ll 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. investigators say they have some answers in a midlands murder case. richland countntdeputies have arrested vincent may in connection to the shooting death of a motorcyclist. may is actually charged with
in the case. tonight he is out on bond. may was charged in connection to the january murder of adrian silva. silva was shot and killed while riding his motorcycle on longreen parkway off farrow road. police, and sled say they've also cracked the murder of a columbia teacher. tonight 45-year-old ibin patterson is in jail, charged with murder for a deadly shooting last summer. patterson has actually been in jail since last summer for an unrelated robbery and shootout with police. investigators say they connected the gun used in that incident to the murder of paul gentry. police say gentry was an innocent victim gunned down near his home in columbia last july. sad news to report tonight: maurice white, the founder and leader of earth, wind and fire has died. -that information: from his brother. -white died in his los angeles
he was 74 years old. -white founded earth, wind and fire in the 60s - hits including 'september' and 'shining star." -the group sold more than 90 million albums worldwide. -he was suffering from parkinson's disease and had retreated out of the public eye. earth wind and fire was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame back in 2000. the final touches are being put on for tonight's democratic debate in durham, new hampshire. the two leading democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders will face off one-on-one in a debate hosted by msnbc tonight at 9. new poll numbers show bernie sanders has a lead in new hampshire. now the vermont senator is getting support from south carolina. former state democratic party chair dick harpootlian has endorsed him. the attorney says he feels the sanders is best positioned to bring needed change to the country. as we know, presidential contender ted cruz won the gop iowa caucuses. analysts say he did that with plenty of support from that state's evangelical
and while the candidates may be focusing mostly on new hampshire for now--signs are all over our area indicating south carolina's gop primary will soon be critical for cruz, and the campaigns of donald trump, marco rubio, ben carson and others. again---trying to attract support from the palmetto state's large evangelical mmunity. among them, midlandsdspastor mike gonazalez who 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 church, then government. so pastors need to lead the way in this. that's the problem is that pastors have been silent in the pulpit. most of the other republican candidates are also making a play for the state's faith community. state's faith community. trump has won endorsements from several top evangelical leaders----as has rubio.
carolina republicans identify as born-again or evangelical christians. our decision 2016 coverage takes us on the road to new hampshire. will whitson will have live reports starting next week. harsh words flew in the south carolina senate today- over the body's inability to pass a roads reform- despite the fact a bill has been awaiting a vote for nearly a year. will whitson takes a look at what the fighting reveals about the debate. amid heated tempers, high tension, and a lot of words over roads- "setzler: that's a direct tax increase passed down to the locals. rankin: i appreciate that analogy and let me close with this- setzler: do you want the dust as a direct result of the senate's stalling on road "i don't know if y'all remember the movie patton, with george c. mule and tosses it over the only reserves for two bills at a but, lawmakers say a vote to set ones, and then those issues ww wis news 10. survivors of the charleston
shooting are giving a better inability to pass a roads reveals about the debate. "setzler: that's a direct tax funding and ethics reform collecting dust as a direct patented peelerism style. cherokee "i don't know if y'all remember the movie patton, with george c. scott, where the mule has balked at the bridge, and patton pulls out his pistol special order- which the senate only reserves for two bills at a issue, getting to those other ones, and then those issues blocking this." which could mean another session with no roads repair. which is why lawmakers want action. the roads bill is up for discussion again next week in the senate finance committee. ww wis news 10. survivors of the charleston church shooting are giving a better understanding of what happened that night in an exclusive interview, felicia sanders and polly sheppard talked with our billie jean shaw about the what happened inside the church the night of the shooting. understandably this was such a difficult topic to
polly sheppard and felecia sanders tell me they think about june 17th everyday and how they witnessed nine of their loved one murdered. 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 on how many gunshots they heard and if they were expecting to die. they also shed light on the purpose of forgiving and finding a message in the madness. i asked them how was it possible for them to forgive after what they have gone through. take a listen. "forgiveness is a release dylann roof doesn't cararif i forgive him or not. forgiveness is for me." "just because you're forgiven though don't mean you don't have to pay for what you do. you reap what you sew. but i, i have forgiven him." we'll hear more of the their powerful story tonight on wis news at 11.
expensive is an understatement. coming up on the news at 7, this year's super bowl is looking like "money ball!" "the way it was coming in i've never seen anything like it. " and we'll hear from people who saw our latest tornado up close. break 1 super bowl 50 is on its way to america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. 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.
history. so we did some research to track ticket prices throughout the years. the first
game ever, tickets cost twelve dollars. super bowl five, 20 dollars. twenty five, 150 dollars. super bowl 50, upwards of 5-thousand dollars the game is not the only thing some students will be focusing on come sunday. today the university of south carolina's super bowl of advertising class made final preparations students in the class will choose their favorite commercial, based on things like likability, persuasiveness and brand identity. today's favorites, one with dogs
"and theyeyad the dogs trying t t sneak in to the publix or super market and buy a bag of doritos and it was really cute because the whole time these dogs are trying to sneak in and the manager is kicking them out, basically they are doing anything they can to buy a bag of doritos." sunday's winner will receive the coveted cocky awawd. who do you think will win on sunday? the tiger at the blank park zoo in iowa is going with the apart the broncos box. our joe gorchow is heading to afternoon. after wild weather wednesday, things slowly getting back to normal. let's check in with ben tanner on the cool down coming our way. a cold front is somewhat stalled over the state today
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. full forecast, coming up. break 2 a cold front is somewhat stalled over the state today look for areas of showers and
america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... looked them over... we checked them out...
and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan.
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 overnigig 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
that includes those who captured the tornado near columbia as it happened. mark creighton says he captured video of the e-f zero tornado as it moved close to his workplace in west columbia. weather service say the tornado touched down north of the state farmers market. that's not far from where i-26 and i-77 meet. creighton says it was a site to behold. mark creighton --- witnessed tornado "it was just a sheet of rain.it was light and it
of rain coming pretty fast and the way it was coming in i've never seen anything like it. i was taking pictures and it wasn't doing it justice so i started recording." our first alert weather team says the tornado had wind speeds of at least 60 miles per hour. how you can show your support for women battling a deadly disease. plus, why former olympic figure skater michelle kwan was spotted in the midlands. the race to the white house will soon be
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.
voters will head to the polls. between now and then it is a nonstop fight for the candidates to win over voters. the minority vote is a target population and the youth vote could prove to be critical as well. but staying engaged in the progress as a voter -- regardless of your 'group' is important. once you vote you must monitor the process. you must require and demand accountability.
one connection with the candidates. i think it is incumbent upon us as muslims -- whether we are african american or whatever ethnic background we may be from that we should educate ourselves to the process and get involved. what you need to know about the candidates, the issues and the importance of getting to the polls. join us sunday morning at 11 for awareness. olympic figure skater michelle kwan is in columbia tonight campaigning for hillary clinton. she's is spending time at the university of south carolina's darla moore school of business in columbia. the campaign says kwan is going to speak with them about clinton's record and her plans to continue president barack obama's achievements. get out your red! tomorrow is national wear red day. it's to honor and support women affected by heart disease. the city of columbia will hold a community photo session tomorrow at noon in front of council chambers. share your pictures with us by tweeting at wis10. you can also use the hashtag go red columbia.
beware of scam artists. the company says someone is calling people posing as an employee. they threaten to turn off your electricity if you don't pay up. the scammer tries to get your credit card information or asks you to buy a prepaid card. the utility company says if you receive a call and it doesn't seem legitimate, hang up and report it to law enforcement. the countdown to super bowl 50 continues..... coming up...carolina panthers quarterback cam newton is asked about his ward robe....sports is next!!! super bowl sunday cannot get
en the republicans weren't going after president obama they were coming after me. 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.
dogg was in the house working as a reporter..... at least snoop asked better questions than one guy who was concerned about cam's
footwear. reporter:why are you wearing socks with sandals? cam: why are you wearing jeans with shoes? it's just comfort. i mean, we're still at our team hotel, so it just gives you guys something else to talk about, you know? especially, i told you, nothing has changed since 24 hours , so if i see an article talking about my sandals and socks, that would be new." 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
tomorrow afternoon right here on wis. we have some signing day leftovers to nibble on tonight. one of the stars of usc's signing class is quarterback brandon mcilwain from pennsylvania. the gamecocks held a sigigng photo op for their early enrollees yesterday. mcilwain has been on campus since early january. this will allow him to participate in spring football practice. however the young man is a two sport athlete...and he's already working out with the usc baseball team. he had two homeruns in a scrimmage over the weekend. there've been some questions on how mcilwain will split his time between the two sports. football coach will muschamp addressed those concerns yesterday. "he'll be full-time football. he's on a football scholarship. chad and i have talked a lot about it. we're on good ground with what we need to do here. when he's not
one final check of the forecast 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