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it's getting colder in the midlands, and it's even snowing in avery county, north carolina. we may not be seeing snowflakes here, but it's going to be a freezing weekend. let's go straight to meteorologist ben tanner to get an update. temperatures will not be quite as cold friday morning with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s. friday turns mostly cloudy as low pressure develops off the coast with highs in the upper 40s. expect a sunny to partly cloudy weekend with highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s. as a system approaches early next week, a wintry mix is possible monday morning turning to cold rain by afternoon into tuesday. 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
an irmo woman has died in a car crash in holly springs, mississippi. officials say ty laporte collided with a freightliner and died at the scene. she graduated dutch fork high school and just just finished her four-year ole miss volleyball career. at ole miss, laporte ranked third all-time in block assists and third all-time in total blocks. the ole miss athletics department says quote: "our thoughts and prayers are with her family, her teammates, coaches and our staff during this difficult time. everyone in the ole miss family offers our deepest sympathy to everyone
touched by ty's amazing and infectious spirit." a 16 year veteran of the columbia fire department has been arrested - he's accused of inappropriately touching one of his coworkers. columbia fire captain jeffrey rish is charged with second degree assault and battery. rish is accused of inappropriately touching a male firefighter on october 5, 2015 while working on blume court. chief aubrey jenkins says captain rish is on investigatory suspension pending the outcome of these charges. rish turned himself in to columbia police today. his personal recognizance bond has been set at $5,000. new statistics out from sled today: the rate of violent crime dropped more than 12 percent from 2012 to 2013. -compile these numbers - latest from sled. -rate of violent crime dropped more than 12 percent -violent crimes - murder, sexual
-property crime down almost 6 percent. -assualts on law enforcement officers increased - 40 more than in 2012. there were 293 murders in the state in 2013 - which is down almost 14 percent from 2012. presidential candidates are hot on the campaign trail right here in the palmetto state. senior reporter jack kuenzie is in greenville where gop candidates participated in a forum. and billie jean shaw joins us from denmark where democratic candidate hillary clinton spoke at a town hall. we first go to billie. hillary clinton brought a quite energy to denmark today very similar to what we saw in last night's debate. the former secretary of state spoke on several issues such as getting money to poor school districts and making the
families' more comfortable. she also took some jabs against her opponent bernie sanders- calling him out for not supporting president obama. she also says while sanders has great ideas, she wants people to know she is not an "one issue candidate" and she will not make promises she cannot keep. following those comments she announced her plan to help expand on financial assistance to those in need, let's take a listen, 2:45-3:23 "and today i'm releasing a 125 billion dollar plan to expand jobs and invest in infrastructure and housing and in communities of colors, to systematic racisim that have persisted for generations. it's actually modeled congressmen clyburn plan, target resources to communicates to those in needs." yesterday we spoke to former gov. jim hodges about clinton's plan to win over sc. he says she will target the
surrogate---appearing at bob jones university for what organizers called a faith and family forum. the event has been underway since the noon hour. jack kuenzie is in greenville with more on the gathering. judi, we had a slight delay getting started this afternoon. partly due to security checks at the doors---but maybe also because greenville got enough snow this morning to slow some people on their way in. the forum is a joint production involving attorney general alan wilson, the conservative leadership project and the palmetto family council. we heard today from dr. ben carson---former florida governor jeb bush---senator marco rubio---and late this afternoon texas senator ted cruz. and in between rubio and cruz---a pastor from easley, mark burns---here on behalf of donald trump. the candidates all asked a
on topics including their personal religious beliefs, supreme court nominees, same sex marriage and planned parenthood. the candidates all critical at various times of the president and democratic candidates bernie sanders and hillary clinton. but bush used some of his time to zero in on trump. here's one example. i will do whatever i can to avoid pushing people down to make myself look big and strong. i will not disparage people with disabilities. i will not disparage women. i won't disparage hispanics. that's not america. america, we're losing the commonality of purpose in this country now and we're breaking up into our disparate parts. if we allow politicians to prey on that whether they're people of faith or the diversity of our country, we're going to be in a heap of trouble. again, donald trump not here to hear that and other
person. we are waiting now for senator cruz to appear here at bob jones university. live in greenville jack kuenzie wis news ten. not among the candidates in greenville is ohio governor john kasich- who spent the day campaigning in the midlands- first addressing a group at the south carolina chamber of commerce- will whitson was there, and spoke with the governor about his campaign. in the time of election season where negative ads flood the airwaves- john kasich is taking a different approach- presidential candidate "i'm having the greatest time- people are excited about positive. so if i don't win, i go home, my head will be high, i keep my integrity." and as he took questions at the south carolina chamber of commerce-
strongly the medicaid expansion. when you did that in ohio, what was the reaction of the business community?" - he didn't even mention his competition- until almost 45 minutes in- "girl: this is why they're resonating so much with... with the other... with... kasich: you mean bernie? you can say it." instead, kasich focused more on policy- presidential candidate "i don't believe economic growth is an end unto itself, i believe when we have economic growth we need to reach out to people who live in the shadows" -and working with lawmakers who see things differently- presidential candidate "now, can you see this scar? can you see this scar? you weren't supposed to find it that quickly! laughter i got that scar from some left wing democrat from california who headbutted me on the basketball court. that's what we did. we knocked each other around. it didn't change our philosophy. but we treated each other as people!" kasich went from the chamber to a stop off in orangeburg- and will take on his fellow republicans saturday in greenville's debate. ww, wis news 10 coming up at 5:30, we will show you how election officials in richland county are
the big weekends ahead. plus--we're looking closer at the youth vote. and i spoke with nbc's political analyst chuck todd to get his perspective on the race to the white house. in it's fourth year - main street ice barely made half of what it cost to put on the attraction. the city released the initial numbers today. the attraction made 88 thousand dollars in revenue, but officials spent over 145 thousand. the big cost is the service expenses - including the rental agreement with magic ice. that cost the city over 137 thousand dollars. city officials say even though the attraction is not a money maker - it adds value by bringing people downtown. coming up on wis--from being a finalist for the palmetto's finest award to their students succeeding in academics.
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school district 5 has it all! they're even nominated for an award to prove it! our michal higdon reports. :01 :06 :45 1:03 1:15 i have a group of screaming students behind me just waiting to show you how cool they are! one thing that really sets this group apart -- not their energy -- but the morale of the school as a whole. dutch fork middle school is a finalist for palmetto's finest school -- which is only awarded to one middle school each year. the school consistently receives top state and federal ratings... it was ranked the second best middle school in south carolina by niche dot com. 86 students qualified as national junior scholars during the last school year. the mission of dutch fork middle is to ensure the students succeed through a rigorous academic program but while in a nurturing environment. i spoke with dutch fork middle's principal, dr. gerald gary, and he says the success really boils down to the collaboration from teachers, students,
dr. gerald gary: ""a great community -- we have all the support we could ever imagine. outstanding teachers that provide additional assistance, great instruction. our students come prepared every day because of our parents. outstanding extracurricular programs -- basketball, football, our fine arts department... we just have a lot of programs where all students can get involved." the school will find out if they've received the palmetto's finest award on march 15th. and they would love to hear from you as to why they are so great. we have that link on our temperatures will not be quite as cold friday morning with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s. friday turns mostly cloudy as low pressure develops off the coast with highs in the upper 40s. break a look now at your first alert
according to the national retail federation, americans could be shelling out about $19.7 billion for the
upcoming holiday. that's up nearly a billion record-setting projection. and older americans are significantly less likely to celebrate valentine's day than those in their late 20s and early 30s. while 44% of americans ages 65 and up say they
more than half of women will buy candy and greeting cards compared to men. while nearly 60 percent of men celebrating valentine's day are expected to buy flowers this year. and it's no surprise that more men buy jewelry for their significant others. love is in the air this weekend how about loving a world war two veteran? that's what more than 300 students from richland northeast high school did this the 5th annual valentine's for vets "speed dating" event brings a personal touch to history. students had a chance to hear their personal stories when fighting for our country. "to make them feel important because they have done so much for us, so we should appreciate them." "so what a perfect time to tell the veterans in our community and what a great way for my students and other classes to learn history from someone who lived it." students had the chance to speak with more than
temperatures will not be quite as cold friday morning with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s. friday turns
mostly cloudy as low pressure develops off the coast with highs in the upper 40s. expect a sunny to partly cloudy weekend with highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s. as a system approaches early next week, a wintry mix is possible monday morning turning to cold rain by afternoon into tuesday in the upstate----a package deal for gop voters trying to decide who to
president. four candidates---and one surrogate---appearing at bob jones university for what organizers called a faith and family forum. the event has been underway since the noon hour. jack kuenzie is in greenville with more on the gathering. with time ticking down to the primaries, the candidates aren't the only ones getting ready. elections workers across the state are preparing for the busy weekends ahead. they're also already taking absentee votes.
ones getting ready. elections workers across the state are preparing for the busy weekends ahead. they're also already taking absentee votes. wis's mike desumma joins us now from our newsroom with more on that part of the story. mike. dawndy richland county alone is just one spot where election preps are in the final stages. the goal is to have more than 500 voting machines moved into place by noon tomorrow. that's according to county elections director samuel selph. those machines he says will go to 134 sites across the county --- where on primary days roughly 1,000 volunteers will be on hand to help residents cast their ballots. now typically he says richland county has had 149 polling locations open for elections. due to the fact that the primaries will be on the weekends this year -- the county has had to merge a few sites together to accommodate other events taking place. selph says in all voters headed to the polls shouldn't notice too much of a difference. "these polling sites are sites
the same location anyway. ya know like we have some places where we have two polling sites...one on one side of that particular building and one on another side and so what we did was just combine that operation in this process." selph says so far his office is expecting a strong turnout for the 2016 primaries --- specifically when republicans get their time at the ballot box a week from saturday. he says so far therr have been 5,000 requests for absentee ballots in richland county. during the 2012 primary --- only a little over 2,000 absentee votes were turned in. in the newsroom, mike desumma, get a read on south carolina voters ahead of the first in the south primary. in columbia this morning, msnbc quizzed our charles molineaux about the landscape in the midlands. and south carolina offers some big changes from what we saw in iowa and new
msnbc has set up shop in the liberty tap room in the vista and this morning i sat down with chris jansing to talk about what we've been seeing over the past year of this campaign. "you've seen, obviously here in south carolina, a difference in going to a sanders event and dave trump event and a clinton event. what do you see is the difference with sanders, it's funny, and for that matter with trump as well, some of us can remember, oh, ralph nader, ross perot, john anderson, the great independent going on and is storming me a status of the political body. the big difference this time is that both sanders and trump are running in mainstream political parties. but the energy and the feeling of rebelliousness and and knocking on the door of the big establishment that is very much evident, and the enthusiasm, and the huge turnout that they get at these events. i was at the trump event just last week in lexington county and he had about 3000 people in a barn, and then a tent just you get when you see these events is pretty impressive, the macro events
definitely." another big issue we got to look at is hillary clinton's strength among south carolina's black voters, long a devoted constituency, but one which bernie sanders has been trying to show he's on their side. the talk now in the 2016 presidential race is the importance of south carolina being the first in the south primary. shortly ago, i asked nbc's chuck todd whether the political landscape here would eliminate serious rivals of the front-runner - or cause the rivals to surge. 1. talk on the importance of the first in the south primary. south carolina historically can be a "firewall" to eliminate any serious rivals to the front-runner. do you see that happening or is this a time for serious rivals especially in the gop
look, i think this time south carolina is not the firewall this time, it is simply going to winnow the field...it was the frontrunner protection program was the role it has played in every other republican primary except 2012. i anticipate it being the primary that helps us figure out who is going to be the third republican that can challenge trump and cruz in sort of the first how will candidates be affected as south carolina's primary is larger than iowa's and new hampshire's. it's going to be nastier, but also all over the place. everyone is going after each other. it's getting a little bit circular. 3. last night's debate between hillary clinton and bernie sanders they you can watch meet the press with chuck todd on sunday from 9
as we close in on the republican presidential primary in south carolina, a new poll shows donald trump is still leading the pack. according to reuters, trump is polling at 34 percent. ted cruz has risen among 18-34 year old's in the past few weeks, compared to other age groups. he's polling at 13.4 percent. ben carson and marco rubio are tied at 8.7 percent.
meanwhile, hillary clinton is performing somewhat better among those aged 50-65, compared to other age groups. she's polling at 41.2 percent. bernie sanders is leading among the 18-34 age group. he's currently polling at 40.8 percent. just in: new poll released by the south carolina house republican caucus - the latest survey of likely sc gop presidential primary voters. trump polling the highest at 34.5 percent. closest contender: ted cruz 15.5 percent. bush and rubio: 13 and 12.5 percent. 11 percent undecided. this poll was out of 1200 plus statewide likely
absentee voting for both presidential primaries is underway this weekend. county voter registration offices throughout the midlands are open on saturday for those who qualify to vote absentee. for more on the hours, and to see a sample primary ballot go to wistv.com and click on the decision 2016 banner on the home page. today is day two of "50 days to 50 years" - my way to celebrate a major milestone coming up in my life - turning 50. for the 50 days before turning a half-century old, i'm doing 50 different workouts. my activity today is one you can do anywhere at anytime. some friends and i enjoy a website called "30 day fitness challenges." ben was willing to demonstrate this one with me today. there are a variety of workout plans for your
and the site includes some very helpful "how to" video tutorials. this particular 30 day ab & squat challenge is designed to tone and boost your core, leg and buttock muscles. it involves three different exercises: crunches, sit-ups and squats. my best friend and i do the daily challenge on our own and then text each other once it's finished for that day. it's a great way to make yourself accountable. the website we use is "30 day fitness challenges.com". as you can see you can do these in your work clothes if you can take ten minutes away from your desk. judi and dawndy add lib. generic toss to break.
i support bernie sanders because i think that his ideas are much more forward thinking and innovative
than any of the other candidates. when bernie sanders is engaging with the black lives matter movement it's proof positive that he doesn't just give lip service to being supportive of issues that matter to people of color in this country. and when he is elected we will see long-overdue changes to our criminal justice system that continues to criminalize people just for being black. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approved the message. friday turns mostly cloudy as low pressure develops off the coast with highs in the upper 40s. expect a sunny to partly cloudy
even trashing a decorated war
hero. trump: "i like peoplethat weren't captured..." jeb bush: "john mccain is an american hero..." jeb bush. the better man. the real conservative. a commander in chief. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. she spent a lifetime making a difference for people. winning healthcare for 8 million children. benefits for families of reservists and the national guard. standing strong around the world for human rights and women's rights. 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
misrepresented its safety practices and the fees it charged passengers. under terms of the proposed settlement, uber would pay riders who made u.s. trips between january 1, 2013 and january 31, 2016. the internet
has changed how some people find love. now smart phones are changing how people find friends. a study by "wayup" found that the majority of students have never even gone on a date using popular dating apps. and more than half of students use dating apps to find friends. 73% of students said tinder is the most popular dating app. straight ahead on wis--donald trump gives an unconventional autograph! break donald trump made another splash
turns mostly cloudy as low pressure develops off the coast with highs in the upper 40s. expect a sunny to partly cloudy weekend with highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s. as a system approaches early next week, a wintry mix is possible monday morning turning to cold rain by afternoon into tuesday. coming off last night's democratic debate in wisconsin--it was back to the
hillary clinton, who was in the town of denmark today. billie jean shaw is live with more from today's town hall. hillary clinton's main message to voters today here in denmark is she is not a one issue candidate. she brought quite energy to denmark today very similar to what we saw in last night's debate. the former secretary of state spoke on several issues such as getting money to poor school districts and making the lifestyle of middle class families' more comfortable. she also took some jabs against her opponent bernie sanders- she called sanders out for not supporting president obama.