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hearing this morning that they were ready for trial, but roof's lawyers said they are not. both sides are waiting for the justice department's decision on whether to seek the death penalty against roof. defense lawyers say roof will plead guilty if the death penalty is taken off the table. roof's death penalty trial for state charges is scheduled for july 11. a chilly day across the midlands as we take a live look through the wis skycam over the capital city. tim miller is in the first alert weather center with more on the next time we could see some changes. strong high pressure in place will keep us sunny, cold and dry over the next few days. we'll see a few more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will form off our highs middle to upper 40s as promised, another shot of cold air comes in for the weekend. highs will continue to be 15+ degrees below normal. keeping an eye on late sunday into monday as a quick moving storm system could give us a brush of winter precipitation..this would be a rain/snow or freezing rain temperatures will greatly improve by the end of next
today the 2016 republican presidential today the 2016 republican presidential candidates are once again criss-c-cssing the today the 2016 republican presidential candidates are once again criss-crossing the palmetto state ahead of next week's "first in the south" one of the candidates in south carolina today is marco rubio. he was speaking at a town hall event in hilton
rubio hit on a variety of topics including foreign policy. he also talked about donald trump's recent use of profanity. "i teach my kids to be respectful. there are certain words you don't say, no matter what setting you're in act with dignity, you know, hold yourself up. and then you turn on the tv, you while rubio and others will be all over south carolina. the only candidate scheduled to be here in the midlands today is republican jeb bush. first up, he'll be in sumter to hold a meet and greet at baker's sweets this afternoon. doors open at 5:30 for the 6:30 event. coming off his second place finish in new hampshire, ohio governor john kasich is making a big push in the palmetto state. john kasich spoke to supporters in pawleys island this morning. it was just one of multiple spots the gop contender is making our state today. another boost for the hillary clinton presidential campaign. a short time ago, the
caucus has endorsed the former secretary of state. they cited her knowledge on both domestic and foreign policy. the announcement comes just ahead of a pbs hosted debate in milwaukee, wisconsin. one prominent holdout says he may change his mind to stay neutral ahead of the democratic primary on feburary 27th. congressmanjim clyburn said yesterday not to expect an endorsement in the next few of the democratic primary on febubury 27th. congressmanjim clyburn said yesterday not to of the democratic primary on feburary 27th. congressmanjim clyburn said on the campaign stops candidates
we're following a developing story on wall street where the market dropped hundreds of points to start the day. right now, the dow jones is down about 350 points. bank stocks were hit hard this morning as investors worried that interest would remain low. itigroup and bank of america both dropped 5 percent. we are continuing to follow the market and will bring you the latest this afternoon starting on the news at four. this comes amid news that the u-s unemployment rate fell more than anticipated last week. new claims for unemployment fell by about 16-thousand, according to the labor department. experts say the number indicates the labor market is still solid even with slowing economic growth and a dip in the market. the drop in unemployment last week puts claims near their post-recession lows and points to very low layoffs. the number of people receiving benefits is down 4-point-6 percent from a year ago. a mexican governor says 52 inmates were killed and 12 injured in a brutal fight between two rival factions today at a prison in
officials say the fight involved a faction led by a member of the infamous zetas drug cartel. local media says relatives of prisoners had heard gunshots in the early hours and that a fire had broken out. the state government, there, says the situation had been brought under control. this comes as pope francis is set to start his first papal visit to mexico tomorrow. the occupation of a national wildlife refuge near burns oregon could be coming to an end. after 41 days the last four remaining armed occupiers of the malhuer national refuge say they intend to turn themselves in today. the final occupiers said during a live stream conference call last night that they were prepared to leave. nevada lawmaker michelle fiori, evangelist franklin graham and ammon bundy's lawyers are expected to meet the protesters at an f-b-i check point where the occupiers will turn themselves in. tensions were high last night after federal agents surrounded the occupiers campsite. today we are working to get the names of two people arrested during a traffic stop leading u-s-c police to a
a school spokesman says the driver was pulled over last night near the corner of heyward and sumter streets. multiple agencies were called to the scene including a hazmat team, sled and drug enforcement agents. the driver and a passenger were charged with manufacturing meth. highway patrol is investigating after a person was hit and killed while trying to cross a highway in orangeburg county. it happened just after 7 last night. troopers say the driver of an suv was heading north on u-s 301 when she hit a person crossing the driver was not hurt. the aiken county sheriff's office is investigating after a county employee found their vehicle with bullet holes in it. investigators say an ems worker discovered the holes during a shift change at substation 3 -- which is on the georgia side of aiken county. they believe it happened sometime overnight from tuesday into wednesday morning. it's unclear if the act was random or targeted. if you have information that could help investigators, contact the aiken county
kershaw county investigators have arrested a camden man suspected of dealing heroin after an undercover operation. 32-year-old ronald boone has been charged with distribution and trafficking heroin. narcotics investigators say they made a controlled purchase of heroin from boone last month. this month, they say he received a large shipment of heroin. boone is being held at the kershaw county detention center on 200-thousand dollars bond. tonight -- some parents in kershaw county will meet with a school board member to discuss the consolidation plan for mt. pisgah and bethune elementary schools. a parent requested board member ron blackmon to do a q&a session -- and he agreed. blackmon will respond to questions that have already been submitted. the meeting is at 6:30 at north central high school's auditorium. richland county leaders are looking to you for input on a greenway section that would be built along gills creek. the proposed project consists of 4-miles of greenway and a concrete sidewalk from kilbourne to bluff roads. the trail is outlined in red on this map. leaders want the design
with construction starting early next year. the richland penny p pgram development team is holding a public meeting tonight from 6:30 to 8. it's at brennen elementary school on deveraux road in columbia. you can read more about it online at wistv dot com. coming up on the news at noon. putting the finishing touches on a project in cayce. how people can help make the gamecock water tower a reality. break one
plans to paint a gamecock water tower mural are finally moving forward.
what has made this mural on highway 321 a reality are major sponsorships from businesses. the most recent -- sherwin and the group heading the the artist that's been chosen to do this is eric henn -- and you painted on this 88-feet tall tower in
cayce overlooks the usc golfing team's practice range. overlooks the usc golfing team's practice range. will bryan, the founder of the group heading this project, says the money spent on each tile square not only helps beautify the community -- it will help improve lives with a portion of funds to be donated to help those in need. "not only are we creating a really awesome mural here in the midlands, it's also going to help harvest hope food bank. for every dollar that is sponsored for this mural, we're donating a meal to harvest hope food bank. so not only are you beautifying the community, but you're also helping people in need."
painting will begin in may and finished by june. some funding is still needed for the gamecock golf ball that will top the tower. it will be painted at the same time if enough people sponsor it. to be notified when you can sponsor a square -- the website to go to is right on your screen. we've put that link under the big red 10 on on wistv.com. reporting in cayce, michal higdon, wis news 10. it's no secret - columbia's vista area continues to grow in the middle of a major boom - business leaders are gathering to recognize that at an event called "700 million reasons to love the vista culture and bringing awareness to how much growth has happened just within the past few years. "we have about $700 million dollars worth of development between late 2013 and coming up next year in 2017 that is happening or has just wrapped up in the vista neighborhood. so $700 million dollars, that's a huge amount of money." developers are working on a
projects expected to bring even more growth in the area. atkinson adds that one thing they will focus more on is retail and possibly adding a new grocery store. the deadline is approaching for people to sign up to tour fort jackson. major general roger cloutier, is hosting an eight-hour tour to give local citizens an opportunity to see how soldiers live and train. the deadline to register for the february 19th tour is tomorrow. to register, call fort jackson at 751-1474. in the beginning of the year many people made new years resolution... a month and a half later, who has stuck with those coming up..find out ways you can start and keep those good habit changes. strong high pressure in place will keep us sunny, cold and dry over the next few days. we'll see a few more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will form off our coast and scoot to the north. not much moisture to work with so going to keep
highs middle to upper 40s as promised, another shot the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken. experience and judgment count in the oval office. jeb bush is a leader. he'll keep our country safe. jeb bush.
hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the job done... for us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. place will keep us sunny, cold and dry over the
next few days. we'll see a few more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will
quick moving storm system could
give us a brush of winter precipitation..this would be a rain/snow or freezing rain mix. we are first alert mode for the possibility..more year's resolutions for the entire year. with something called the habit loop, you can doctors say it helps you identify your bad habit, experiment with rewards, isolate the cue and form a plan of action. you can look at what triggers you to
danielle barber explains how you can start and keep up with good habits. :09-:18 whether it's eating healthier, getting more exercise or spending less money, it's difficult to form new habits. "you have to kind of look at your life overall and figure out 'okay, whwh are my goals in life?' and i think the more specific we can be with our goals we can see 'okay, how are my behaviors now helping me get to that goal?'" breaking old habits isn't always easy. certified profile coach, samantha carlson, says if you want to change your bad habit, you have to start small. "if you can have those small victories in between that builds your self- confidence and that makes you believe 'okay, i can go to that next step. once you've achieved that one 'all right, let's go to that next step' versus just going to that end goal and then being discouraged right away and just wanting to quit altogether." when you set a goal, carlson encourages being realistic about the time-line you give
"you kind of have to play around with it a little bit to figure out that right time- line where others it's okay to take a little more time. " for some, telling yourself to change bad habits is easier said than done. but, there are ways to hold yourself for your goals. "having your goals in writing is something that's awesome to do just because the more areas you can see it, those visual triggers, it'll really help. if you have a buddy that has a similar goal, having that buddy system really helps keep you accountable." if you don't reach your goal one week, carlson says to accept it and keep moving forward. that was danielle barber reporting. carlson also encourages giving yourself visible reminders to help you break your bad habit and form one. for example, if you always come home after work and sit on the couch, you could try placing shoes on your couch... as a reminder to take a walk to
step down as president of voorhees college. he has been president for the last 8 years. sellers says he wants students to have a sense of purpose beyond themselves. to have a heightened level of social consciousness and community. and to continue fighting for freedom and equality. from an early age, dr. sellers' says he's prided himself on being a part
he was wounded and arrested in the orangeburg massacre in february of 19-68. we just recognized the 48th anniversary of that tragedy, and sellers says now is still the time to continue the fight for justice and peace. "the state already knows what can happen as a result of the response it had in regards to the e- mail 9. and the tragedy in orangeburg was a precursor to the emanuel 9. the question is, what has happened in terms of race relations between 1968 and now? some positive things but certainly not anywhere near enough." join us for awareness from voorhees college- to hear more about sellers' role in the civil rights movement, the role of h-b-c-u's and his charge to young people. plus -- in his words, how he wants to be remembered. that's sunday morning at 11 on awareness. the usc women's basketball team will continue it's sec schedule
game break to play uconn monday. the gamecocks suffered their first loss of the season to the huskies. but tonight -- they'll look to get back in the win column. usc will be at home to play florida. game time is 7 o'clock on the sec network plus. the usc men got a big win last night at home against lsu. the tigers got a big night out of star freshman ben simmons -- but it was the gamecocks who took control of the game en
route to a 94 to 83 win. as usc makes a final push towards the ncaa tournament -- their next game will be a big opportunity to build their resume. the gamecocks welcome the kentucky wildcats to colonial life arena on saturday. that game start at noon. today a dog owner in california is thankful for firefighters after they rescued the families dog from a house fire. and thanks to helmet cam footage we can see the whole rescue. when fire crews arrived in the early morning hours wednesday fire fighters searched the sacramento home for victims. what they found was a scared dog hiding from the blaze. the dog was pulled from its
a back bed room and carried to safety. everyone got out of the house safely and the dog was reunited with her happy owner on the sidewalk outside. fire officials say a working smoke detector played a big role in getting everyone to safety. strong high pressure in place will keep us sunny, cold and dry over the next few days. we'll see a few more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will form off our coast and scoot to the north. not much moisture to work with so going to keep it dry. highs middle to upper 40s as promised, another shot of cold air comes in for the weekend. highs will continue to be 15+ degrees below normal. keeping an eye on late sunday into monday as a
the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken. experience and judgment count in the oval office. jeb bush is a leader. he'll keep our country safe. jeb bush.