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the warrants also say leon's actions were captured on a security camera. his federal probation specifies he cannot commit another crime and cannot possess a dangerous weapon. due to the serious nature of the charges, leon's case has been sent to general sessions court. his attorney says a hearing will probably take place later this week. jack kuenzie wis news ten. it's been a cold and drizzly start to the week, but we'll soon be on the upswing as warmer weather is ahead. let's get more from ben tanner who has your forecast. the air is fairly dry and needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered thunderstorms ahead of the cold highs in the
today marks five days until the republican primary in south carolina, and the campaign trail is until the republican primary in south carolina, and the campaign trail is busier than ever. right now, we're waiting for florida senator marco rubio to take the stage at an event in gilbert. the senator is expected to address supporters at a
time now. rubio is currently third in the delegate count behind donald trump and senator ted cruz. a short time ago, wis's charles molineaux talked with rubio to talk about his strategy ahead of saturday's primary. we'll have that later tonight. meanwhile--it's a war of words between donald trump and ted cruz. today at a stop in the lowcountry--trump reiterated his threat to sue cruz for, among other things, not being a natural-born citizen. "we will bring a lawsuit if he doesn't straighten up his act out, he's a lying guy a really lying guy some people misrepresent this guy is a plan out liar" our meaghan norman is live in camden--where cruz is not backing away from trump's rhetoric. senator ted cruz spent more time talking about his plans for his presidency than he did addressing the possible lawsuit from donald trump. but he did speak to a packed
has criticized his record and continuously calls him a liar. senator cruz says trump is quick to point fingers without looking at this own record and rhetoric. it is a very odd reaction when someone points their record. and points the words that come out of their own mouth for them to simply respond by yelling and screaming liar liar liar. now they're entitled to use whatever insults they want that's fine but i have no intention of responding in kind. i think the people of south carolina deserve better than that i think the people of south carolina deserve a campaign focus on issues and substance and record. he's a man of principle. he has a fierce love of country. he knows the constitution inside and out and he's a true man of
senator cruz also spoke about some of his priorities when he becomes president including repealing the affordable care act reforming social security and the va. he says nominating a supreme court justice is also in his plans to replace justice scalia. and in the lowcountry this evening, jeb bush is hoping he can reignite some energy into his campaign--with a little help from his family. his brother, former president bush, is in north charleston where he will take the
will whitson is at the rally right now. will? former president george w. bush is on the campaign trail in south carolina today...stumping for his brother, former florida governor jeb bush. the two have appeared at several events today and are expected to appear onstage together at a rally in north charleston. jeb bush has struggled in iowa and new hampshire...and currently sits at fifth in the delegate count behind trump, cruz, rubio, and kasich. our will whitson is at the rally in north charleston tonight bringing you updates on air and on social media. the republican primary is this
tomorrow, democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders returns to columbia--where he'll presidential candidate bernie sanders returns to columbia to speak at two events. sanders will be at allen university for the "faith and justice breakfast" in the morning. he then will be at usc to focus on trying to get students to vote on primary day. the usc town hall is for students with a valid student i.d. civil rights leader vernon jordan is in the capital city campaigning for hillary clinton.
"the one thing that politicians understand is votes when i ran the voter education project for the commitment to service. he's encouraging voters to listen to the candidates, check their records and vote their conscience. jordan says this election is too important for anyone to stay home on election day. the voter education project for the southern regional council we had a project here and after voting rights act of 1965 was passed storm thurmond, strom thurmond hired a brother from the voter education project to handle his business in the black community that is the impact" "there are two things that get the attention of policy makers in this country ... the ballot and the dollar so i think the notion that you would stay at home at a crucial time for black people, for hispanics for america is not
or in the interest of the community" mr. jordan said voters, especially those voting for the first time, should research the issues, listen to the candidates and then vote their conscience. stay with wis for more decision 2016 coverage tonight and throughout the primary. we'll be right back after the break. break 2
can i help you? and he was so happy, to do it amazing right? i never would have expected would have thought that anyone would find that do that. make that go out of their way for me. right then,
right there i couldn't believe it he was so helpful i know it's such a small thing little thing. simple thing but it made me smile made me happy made my day share your story.
shooting in cayce that happened in
november. this, after a sled investigation recently found the two officers innocent of any wrongdoing in the incident. public safety officer rhett kelley and sergeant frank ballentine were trying to arrest a man early that morning on drug-related charges when the man opened fire on the officers. the policemen shot back, killing the man who was 21-year-old demetrius shelley bryant. an independent sled investigation found there was not enough evidence to support criminal charges against the officers. on limited duty while he continues to recover from his injuries. a kershaw county man will be in bond court this week after deputies say he shot and killed a suspected thief. 49-year-old jimmy methe has been charged with voluntary manslaughter for the shooting death of a 17-year-old. early saturday morning deputies were called to methe's home in camden. methe reportedly told deputies he caught the teen and another
he says he shot one of them as they tried to run away. 17-year-old brandon spencer of camden was killed. he was a sophomore at camden high school. the other person involved has not been identified. on this presidents day--as we look back on the many presidents who held office in the white house, one midlands man remembers his work with several of them. for nearly 20 years, summerton native john canty worked at the white house as a mail clerk. coming from humble beginnings, he says he never imagined his upbringing would take him to the nation's capital. during his time at the white house, canty worked under five presidents. he says he remembers prominent moments in political history--such as the watergate scandal during the nixon administration. more on this story on the news at 7. coming up--we'll soon leave the winter weather behind. ben tanner will look at your week ahead in your full forecast after the break.
freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the advisory areas. this becomes a rain event by afternoon
with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the overnight as a warm front passes through, look for showers and scattered thunderstorms ahead of the cold front tomorrow morning, then clearing skies by late afternoon. much warmer by late week with highs in the upper 60s to near 70 the usc women are looking to move closer to another sec championship.... needs to moisten up for us to have any action with this system from a winter perspective this morning, look for light amounts of freezing rain and/or drizzle with up to a trace through the central midlands to a touch more in the this becomes a rain event by afternoon with scattered showers. temperatures will rise to the lower 50s by late this evening into the
gilliard: you know, there's an old saying about south carolina, we're always first in the things that are last and last in the things that are first. this economy is rigged. we can do better. and that's where bernie comes in. bernie is not in the pocket of wall street.
we don't have to depend on the so-called wall street giants. everybody knows the problem. bernie wants to do something about it. he gets it. i mean, he really gets it.
basketball. the gamecocks and lady vols play tonight in knoxville. tennessee has won 16
regular season conference championships.... usc has won the last two....plus they won their first sec tournament championship last year. this season....carolina is 11 and oh in league play...if they win tonight...they'll have a four game lead over second place mississippi state. tennessee is struggling this year with a 15 and nine record. dawn staley is not expecting to have an easy night in the smokies. no...we know everybody plays their best basketball against us . you know that's probably not going to be the team that shows up against us on monday
there very best..and hopefully we'll play our best..you'll see a good game but hopefully we'll get another road win. the gamecocks and lady vols will tip off at seven in knoxville. you can watch the game on espn-two. of course we'll have highlights at
11 o'clock. the usc men play at missouri night. the gamecocks are still smarting from the thrashing they received kentucky saturday. to-62. on us and we never answered. then they started making shots and beat us. it was unfortunate that game evolved the way it did. it happens sometimes." south carolina state basketball has had to endure a lot over the past few years. a coaching change. a lengthy losing streak. and the school considering eliminating the program... because of the university's financial problems. through all of the struggles... coach murray garvin has transformed the bulldogs into a winner. this season... s-c state is 14-and-12
first place in the meac. today... coach garvin became overwhelmed with emotion when reflecting on overcoming adversity. garvin: "getting me emotional. wow... hold on man... cut. woah. put your heart into this. everyday i wake up trying to figure out how we can be better. i'm an emotional guy. think about our program and the sacrifice and the commitment that we have all put into it... just got to me a little bit." live right now-- former president george w. bush is on the campaign trail
tonight, supreme war. the death of justice scalia prompting a high-stakes showdown. the president vows to nominate a successor. republicans refuse to even consider it. major issues left hanging in the balance. facing trump's fury. the front-runner again threatening to sue ted cruz and taking aim at george w. bush over 9/11. trump's risky attack as the former president hits the trail. hospital bombing. a new horror in syria. medical facilities and
children are killed. a massive storm from louisiana to maine. snow and i i in the north. a tornado outbreak hit the south. and heartburn alert.
new concerns about prescription meds millions take to treat it linked to kidney disease, now linked to an increase risk of dementia. "nightly news" begins right now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this the "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. good evening. in an election year already fraught with improbable plot twists and drama now this. the ideological balance of the u.s. supreme court suddenly in limbo. tonight there's late word on who president obama might be considering to replace the late justice scalia as lines are drawn for an epic battle between democrats and senate republicans who are determined to leave the choice up to the next president. tonight the current president is suggesting republicans