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next "right this i'm charles molineaux. this is your first look at what's happening right now in the midlands. it has turned out to be a positively gorgeous afternoon after rain pushed through this morning. as we take a live look over the capital city through the wis skycam. meteorologist ben tanner is in the first alert weather center with an update on conditions. a cold front will move through by midday, this front does not have much cold air behind the front, in fact high pressure and a good deal of sunshine over the next few days will see above normal highs. it will be windy and warmer with highs in the lower to middle 60s. sunny and dry over the next several days with daytime highs in the middle to
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upper 30s to middle 40s. a cold front will move through by midday, this front does not have much cold air behind the front, in fact high pressure and a good deal of sunshine over the next few days will see above normal highs. it will be windy and warmer with highs in the lower to middle 60s. sunny and dry over the next several days with daytime highs in the middle to upper 60s.overnight lows from the upper 30s to middle 40s. right now we're taking a live look in leesville in fact high pressure and a good deal of sunshine over the next few days will see above normal highs. it will be windy and warmer with highs in the lower to middle 60s. sunny and dry over the next several days with daytime highs in the middle to upper 60s.overnight lows from the upper 30s to middle jeb bush as his event is filling up at shealy's bar- b-que. bush is scheduled to speak in
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it's one of many stops the former florida governor is making across the palmetto state ahead of saturday's primary. senior reporter jack kuenzie is there and will bring us updates later on wis news 10. earlier in the day, the bush campaign stopped at the headquarters for a midlands gun manufacturer. governor bush and senator lindsey graham spoke to a crowd at f-n manufacturing on old clemson road. bush called for a stronger military, improved relations with israel, and on immigration better border control. he says being a governor makes him better prepared to deal with the challenges of the presidency. and he says it helped having his brother, the former president here yesterday to help bolster the bush family ties to south carolinians. they appreciate his post- presidency where he's not been involved in making comments about his successor. they appreciate the fact that he is a person of integrity and he shares south carolina values in that regard.
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think that it made a difference. bush says his campaign is making progress in the palmetto state, but sidestepped a question about whether voters here will support him the same way they backed his brother and father. presidential hopeful bernie sanders is also trailing the south carolina highways today. he started his morning at a prayer breakfast at allen university. then he spoke before hundreds of students at the university of south carolina. hillary clinton has tagged sanders as a "single issue candidate," sanders addressed several issues today such as criminal justice reform, climate change and gun control. coming up on the news at 5, our billie jean shaw will have mor donald trump has one more event today in the palmetto state. earlier this afternoon, he made a stop in north augusta. he spoke to voters at an event at the riverview parkrkctivity center. that event wrapped up just a little ago. tonight at 6, he'll be speaking at beaufort high school in the performing arts center. john kasich spent his afternoon
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before coming to the midlands. he's holding a town hall with lexington county voters at murray's neighborhood bar and grill in cayce. that starts at seven tonight. ben carson will meet with his supporters in aiken at 6 tonight. then he'll attend the "last word in the south" presidential forum at usc aiken. over at usc- some of the nation's top journalists will gather for a presidential primary panel tonight. nbc's craig melvin will be among the media members. the 7:30 event is free and open to the public. it'll be held in room 231 of the williams-brice building at greene and pickens streets. we'll have a full list of candidate stops throughout the midlands, plus a link to registrations for those events posted online at wistv-dot-com. look for in our special decision 2016 section. four american journalists arrested in bahrain on sunday have been released. journalist anna therese day is one of them. bahraini officials arrested them on suspicion of participating in an illegal gathering - they were
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island nation's2011 uprising - protests outside the capital. one of the four accused of participating in atttacks on police during protests over the weekend. they were charged - but they were allowed to head to the airport after intervention from us embassy officials. many there - arrests and charges show the sensitivity the nation still feels five years after that uprising governor nikki haley announced today that she plans to build on an already successful program that reaches poor south carolina mothers. through the state's pay for success project and the nurse family partnership program - which pairs nurses with first time moms on medicaid - governor haley says they can reach an additional 3200 mothers and children. more than 1200 families in south carolina are currently involved with the program. more of south carolina's poor mothers-to-be will get parenting help at home through a $30 million public-private partnership that aims to reduce pre- term births and child hospitalizations. president barack obama will be
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nation around 4:30 today. nbc will have a special report you can watch here on wis. coming up on the news at four... remembering boutros boutros ghali. the impact of the former u-n secretary-general.
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goodbye today to former u.n. secretary general boutros boutros gali. he died today in a cairo hospital. he was also a veteran egyptian diplomat who helped negotiate peace with isarael n-b-c's dan scheneman takes a look at his life. a distinguished lawyer and international diplomat... boutros boutros-ghali became the first arab and the first african
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secretary general in 1992. he was born into a wealthy family in egypt's coptic- christian community in 1922. he served as egypt's foreign minister and deputy prime minister after he entered politics. but his real fame came as the secretary general of the united nations. during his five-year term in office, he oversaw peace-keeping operations in bosnia, somalia and rwanda. "unless we will receive a massive support from the donor countries, we will not able to solve the problems of rwanda." he pushed for u-n mediation in the post- cold-war era... "we are the custodians of the dream of global cooperation." but he was criticized for the u-n's lack of response in its peace- keeping role, and he often disagreed with the u-s on policy decisions. in 1996, the u-s vetoed his bid for a second term, and kofi annan was appointed to succeed him. after he left the u-n, he continued public service as chairman of an
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think-tank for developing nations and director of the egyptian national council of human rights. he said he wanted to continue his life's work - promoting peace. boutros boutros ghali was 93 years old. in your consumer news... general motors is recalling about 200- thousand saab and saturn cars in the u-s and canada to replace the takata air bag inflators. the recall involves the saturn astra from 2008 and 2009, as well as, the saab 9-3 from 2003 through 2011 and the saab 9-5 from 2010 and 2011. it's part of a broader recall of about 5.4 million vehicles announced last month by u-s safety regulators. worldwide, about 50 million takata inflators are under recall... affecting more than a dozen car and truck makers. trader joe's says it now plans to sell only cage- free eggs.
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is to sell eggs from only cage-free hens by 20-25 the company says at this point about 62-percent of it's eggs are cage-free. the move comes as pressure builds from animal rights activists to go cage-free. a number of major restaurant retailers have recently announced they are moving to mcdonald's. new research reveals millennials drink more win than any other generation. the study done by the wine market council says millennials drank 42- percent of all wine in the u-s last year. that's more than 159 million cases of wine, or about 2 cases for each person 21-to-38 years old. when it comes to high frequency drinkers, those who drink several times a week... baby boomers are number one followed by millennials and generation xers. we begin with new video from south florida where a severe line of weather ripped through earlier tdoay spawning at least two tornados. the storms uprooted trees and turned over trailers.
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ft. lauderdale. the strong weather even turned over a tractor trailer on the highway...causing a massive backup during rush hour traffic. the storm left some 55- thousand people without power. no one was seriously hurt. time now for an update on your weather. for that we turn to meteorologist ben tanner. a cold front will move through by midday, this front does not have much cold air behind the front, in fact high pressure and a good deal of sunshine over the next few days will see above normal highs. it will be windy and warmer with
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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. front does not have much cold air behind the front, in fact high pressure and a good deal of sunshine over the next few days will see above normal highs. it will be windy and warmer with highs in the lower to middle 60s. sunny and dry over the next several days with daytime highs in the middle to upper 60s.overnight lows from the
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40s. a cold front will move through by midday, this front does not have much cold air behind the front, in fact high pressure and a good deal of sunshine over the next few days will see above normal highs. it will be windy and warmer with highs in the lower to middle 60s. sunny and dry over the next several days with daytime highs in the middle to upper 60s.overnight lows from the upper 30s to middle
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in fact high pressure and a good deal of sunshine over the next few days will see above normal highs. it will be windy and warmer with highs in the lower to middle 60s. sunny and dry over the next several days with daytime highs in the middle to upper 60s.overnight lows from the upper 30s to middle 40s. a cold front will move through by midday, this front does not have much cold
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in fact high pressure and a good deal of sunshine over the next few days will see above normal highs. it will be windy and warmer with highs in the been given the all clear after a boil water advisory. city of columbia lifted the advisory for people on manse street between water street and colonial drive. republican presidential candidate ted cruz is promising action to rebuild and strengthen america's military. cruz spoke exclusively with wis news 10 this afternoon. i sat down with him in our studios. cruz has been talking about a plan he unveiled in mount pleasant this morning to expand u.s. armed forces after what he labeled "years of neglect" by the obama administration. trump said the u.s. needs to focus its military back on winning conflicts instead of social engineering and to take much tougher action against isis terrorists in iraq and syria. we need to arm the kurdswho are
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use them as our boots on the ground and, to the extent needed for military ground troops are needed. but the object has to be to utterly destroy isys. today you brought out the term political correctness. a problem? an enormous problem this is on administration and that puts political correctness before war fighting and, sadly, the republican party is not immune to this. to debates ago, i have to admit i was on the stage, candidates, marco rubio, and jeb bush, and chris christie, all supported drafting women into combat. i think that's nuts." cruz also says he's appealing to south carolina minorities with economic plans that will lift people out of poverty. we'll have more of our interview with ted cruz on wis news 10 at 5. the usc women have clinched at
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in the sec conference title after knocking off while some candidates suck up to trump...or run away from him in fear... jeb bush isn't afraid. jeb bush: "that is downright wrong..." he stands up to trump for his liberal democratic positions. calls out trump for insulting women, attacking the disabled... even trashing a decorated war hero. ump: "i like peopleethat weren't captured..." jeb bush: "john mccain is an american hero..." jeb bush. the better man. the real conservative.
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heating and air systems to new bookshelves and furniture. this is all thanks to a bond referendum that richland county voters approved several years ago. it allowed 15 million dollars to go toward this renovation at the main richland library branch. this 3rd floor of the branch will also be used for career advancement services. you'll see more spaces with computers, more seating, and even a coaching suite where practice interviews can be conducted. library leaders say these upgrades were requested by the community -- and everyone is excited to start using the new space. roberta phillips: "really great because, you know, we've been talking about this like you said for many years -- so to see the realization of it is very and throughout our locations everyone we show plans to says, 'when's it going to be built?'. so there's a lot of excitement around what's happening in all of our communities." the third floor should be open by the end of february and the entire branch
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the library says what they're offering goes beyond books -- they say it's about quality of life. offering to the community. we've got a list of those on this story on our website, wistv.com reporting from richland library's main branch, michal higdon, wis news 10. the usc women have clinched at least a share in the sec conference title after knocking off another ranked opponent. the gamecocks were on the road to take on usc got off to a slow start in the 1st quarter -- but behind a 25 point night from a'ja wilson, held off the volunteers. final score 62 to 56. south carolina won the sec regular-season championship outright in 2014 and tied with tennessee last season. the gamecocks can clinch the championship outright thursday by beating georgia. the usc men are looking to get back in the win column tonight. the gamecocks lost for just the 4th time this season to kentucky on saturday. they'll be on the road tonight
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game time is 7 o'clock on the s-e-c network. with the campaign season in full swing, we see lots of people to new heights. daren wilkerson decided to campaign for bernie by painting a sanders campaign sign on the roof of his home in california. the wilkersons are planning to replace their roof about a year from now when they add on to their home, but until then bernie is there to stay. let's get an update on your weather with ben. a cold front will move through by midday, this front does not have much cold air behind the front, in fact high pressure and a good deal of sunshine over the next few days will see above normal highs. it will be windy and warmer with highs in the lower to middle 60s. sunny and dry over the next several days with daytime highs in the middle to
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60s.overnight lows from the upper 30s to middle 40s. that's all for now. we'll see you again at 5. download the news 10 app for updates on the go. right now on the news at 5, change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education.
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reform. bernie.
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>> hey, everybody. all this week, we're working to raise money for a very worthy charity, shriners hospitals for children, and i can't wait to give them a great big check. so let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] hello, everybody. i'm chris harrison. welcome to "millionaire." all this week, we're raising money for shriners hospitals for children. they are a wonderful charity that provides kids with life-changing medical care regardless of their family's ability to pay. every time a contestant gets to the $50,000 threshold, we're gonna make a donation of $10,000. [cheers and applause] plus, on friday, we're gonna have a very special guest

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