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first at five: now the 2016 presidntial campaign has turned into donald trump versus the pope. "if and when the vatican is attacked by isis, which as everyone knows is isis's ultimate trophy, i can promise you that the pope would have only wished and prayed that donald trump would have been president because this would not have happened." those are just some of the comments trump made in kiawah island earlier today. it was all in response to pope francis saying trump is not christian if he supports building walls between nations...such as the wall he proposes between the u.s. and mexico to keep people from coming into the country
trump is one of three republicans in columbia tonight for a presidential town hall. our chad mills is live on the usc campus. the pope spoke out while traveling back to rome from mexico. he did not directly tell people not to vote for trump. but francis left little doubt where he stood on immigration reform saying, "a person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not christian. this is not the gospel," the pope told journalists who asked his opinion on trump's proposals to halt illegal immigration. trump immediately fired back, calling francis' comments "disgraceful." "for a religious leader to question a person's faith is disgraceful. i am proud to be a christian and as president i will not allow christianity to be consistently attacked and weakened, unlike what is
with just three days before the first in the south primary- republican presidential candidates are fighting for every vote. and after a poor showing in new hampshire- senator marco rubio is bringing out some big palmetto state endorsements including, as of last night, the governor. will whitson has more from greenville. governor nikki haley on the campaign trail here in the upstate with marco rubio- addressing a young crowd- and hoping that crowd makes it to the polls saturday. haley- after her public endorsement of rubio last night in the midlands- took to the stage with the florida senator, joined by upstate congressman trey gowdy and the state's us senator tim scott- to stump for the presidential hopeful. the latest polls have rubio moving into third place in the state, but nipping on ted cruz's heels- though both are still
runner donald trump. but the message today was to come out in droves saturday to change those numbers- presidential candidate "so i'm as conservative as anyone in this race, but this race becayse we can unite this party. we have to come together. we cannot continue to fight eachother until october because we lose if we do that. we don't just have to unite the party. we have to grow it." a win in south carolina is vital for the rubio campaign- it's only winner take all primary- meaning only the winner gets the state's 50 delegates. after a fifth place finish in new hampshire- a loss in the palmetto state as well could be a major blow to rubio. ww wis news 10 rnnhaleyrubiollpkg-ww marco rubio showing off his and others to make the case for a rubio vote saturday. but with just three days to go- the question looms if the campaign can get the results they want. will whitson has the story- this morning -- but they were
on the other side. they've always thought they're above the law." "she's a traitor!" presidential candidate "well, i don't know, i wouldn't go that far sir but i would say that she is someone who thinks she's above the law." "benghazi." presidential candidate "let's talk about benghazi, his stop without any further word from the man in the crowd. to get the latest on the south carolina republican primary, head over to wistv.com. and make to sure to watch our hour-long decision 2016 special tonight at 7. we will go over the youth vote, the latest delegate count, and what you need to know for election day. i will be speaking with voters at liberty tap room in columbia. great stretch of weather over the next few days. mostly sunny with highs in the
warmer through the weekend! friday sunday: partly cloudy, highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s by sunday. changes coming as it looks wet and cooler starting monday and much of the next week. three lexington county sheriff's deputies are still recovering today -- after being involved in bad warmer through the weekend! friday sunday: partly cloudy, highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s by sunday. changes coming as it looks wet and cooler starting monday and much of the next week. three lexington county sheriff's deputies are still recovering today -- after being
crash last night. our mike desumma joins us now from our newsroom mike. judi the big piece of good news surrounding this incident is that none of the deputies suffered life threatening injuries. in fact, two are already out of the hospital. initial reports indicated the two cruisers involved were responding to a burglary in progress in lexington. they collided on platt springs road near old orangeburg road at around 9 p-m. the highway patrol is still looking into the exact pattern of how the two vehicles met each other. there are several homes that sit right near the crash site. many people told me today they rushed out to it when they heard the impact. several said the wreck sounded like a bomb going off. "walked down the road seen a trooper's car banged in and the other one was real bad. looked terrible!" "it was one of those occasions where it just hits home and you understand and think about and really process the
associated with those of us who are out on the road each and every day." officials with the highway patrol say it could take days or even weeks for their investigation into the crash to wrap up. meanwhile one of the three deputies involved in the wreck is still in the hospital today. once again the department says all injuries were non life threatening. identify the man who was allegedly shot and killed by a restaurant owner connected to the case of the former sheriff. officials say the victim, a hispanic male, appeared to be in the country illegally and that he had assumed several identities while he was in south carolina. restaurant owner gregorio leon is charged with murder and attempted murder in the case.
department says a 6-year-old not picked up from school led deputies to the discovery of a murder-suicide. when the child was not picked up from school yesteday afternoon, deputies checked the address on amsterdam drive looking for the child's parents. they found stephanie wallace with a gunshot wound to her head. also found - her estranged husband, keith wallace, with a self-inflicted wound to the head. the six-year-old child was theirs. a follow-up tonight to a wis investigation last fall. it centers on new criminal charges against the owner of a columbia company specializing in liquidating estate property. news ten's jack kuenzie has been following the story for months and joins us now with today's update. dawndy---over the past few years, tony hendon has been named in a number of civil suits and complaints filed against him by angry clients from around and even outside of south carolina. but now he's facing two counts of criminal conduct. hendon runs estate sale guys----an estate liquidation company
hampton street in columbia. last september we detailed some of the claims filed against him by customers who say hendon agreed to conduct sales, sell off personal belongings in some cases from deceased or incapacitated relatives---but then refuse to turn over proceeds. one of those clients, retired fort mill trauma surgeon woody barefoot---who told us he hired hendon on advice from a friend. based on this individual's recommendation, i didn't investigate mr. hendon further. i assumed he was legitimate. q you regret that now? i do. q why? well, mr. hendon came and took the things that he wanted and he never sent me a copy of the contract. i asked him for an inventory of what he took although i know what he took. he never sent me an inventory. he told me that he would send a check by july.
hendon stands accused of two counts of breach of trust with fraudulent intent. both of them are felony- level offenses---one carrying up to five years in indicated there may be additional charges coming. hendon is being held at the alvin glenn detention center and has a bond hearing scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. jack kuenzie wis news ten. coming up on wis, reducing your risk of getting heart disease...by putting some pep in your step! we'll go over some of the best exercises so you can get heart healthy! break we're teaming up with lexingon medical center to "just say know" k-n- o-w to
lexingon medical center to "just say know" k-n- o-w to heart disease, the #1 killer of men and women in the world. one way to reduce your
risk is to exercise. joining us today from health directions, lexington medical center's health and wellness gym, is rich maddox, fitness specialist, and lyn pernell, personal trainer. we're going to talk about high impact interval training. what does that mean? why is it effective? how does it help our hearts? then, the team will demonstrate
tag: lexington medical center's "just say know" campaign culminates this month with a heart fair on sunday, february 28 from noon 4:00 p.m. at the columbia metropolitan convention center. it's absolutely free and open to the public. there, you can have your blood pressure taken, learn about cooking healthy, have an ekg performed and walk inside a 30 foot tall inflatable heart to learn what the inside of the heart looks like. for more information, visit
great stretch of weather over the next few days. mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s today then #1 killer of men and women in the world. one way to reduce your risk is to exercise. joining us today from health directions, lexington medical center's health and wellness gym, is rich maddox, fitness specialist, and lyn pernell, personal trainer. we're going to talk about high impact interval training. what does that mean? mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s today then warmer through the weekend! friday sunday: partly cloudy,
mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s today then warmer through the weekend! friday sunday: partly cloudy, highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s by sunday. changes coming as it looks wet and cooler starting monday and much of the break hundreds will come together this saturday to lace up their shoes and show
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that includes one family whose story hits home. mary king reports.
>> kershaw loynes and her son cephius are prepping for a walk that's close to their heart. kershaw loynes/former slp resident 08:02:47 it means giving the residents here hope that if i made it, my family made it.. then they can also kershaw is an alumni of st. lawrence place. a 30- home community in columbia that helps homeless families get back on their feet through specialized programs. kershaw 08:03:11 with the 2008 financial issues, me and my family we became homeless and i was under employed at the time and st. lawrence place was the opportunity for me to get myself together and for my family to have hope again now they're spreading that hope by walking and running for those who are in the same place they once were. all of the proceeds from the annual
lawrence place race for the place 5k go to provide programs for families on campus. lila anna sauls/ceo, slp 08:10:02 programs are how we work with our families, it's everything from the social worker to the children's program worker. it helps us provides life skills and really important safety nets for the families who call this home with 30 families on campus, and 60 more on a waiting list. st. lawrence place ceo lila anna sauls says every little bit helps. and kershaw says she's living proof. 08:06:44 i am a living witness that it really does. i'm just a small part of the really makes a difference in columbia, mary king, wis news 10. the race for the place 5k will start this saturday at 8am behind st. joseph's catholic church with a kids fun run starting at 9am. if you'd like to participate, look for the link under this
the campaign trail in south carolina is heating up as gop candidates swarm the state..hoping to gain momentum and get more votes. we're taking a closer
look at these campaigns and the significance of the polls in great stretch of weather over the next few days. mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s today then warmer through the weekend! friday sunday: partly cloudy, highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s by sunday. changes coming as it looks wet and cooler starting monday and much
in a surprise move, today, pope francis waded into the u-s presidential election. asked about warmer through the weekend! friday sunday: partly cloudy, highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s by sunday. changes coming as it looks wet and cooler starting monday and much donald trump, the pontiff said a person who would build a wall on the u.s. mexican border... is not christian. trump fired back, and his fellow republicans, who back a wall, backed trump steve handelsman reports. in south carolina , donald trump sounded susuprised when he learnrn pope francis
sot/ donald trump "i said the pope? hahaha i said what did the pope say?" i like the pope! " asked about trump... francis said nats pope in spanish- italian no es christian "a person who thinks only about building walls ... and not building bridges, is not a christian" a person who thinks only about building walls ... and not building bridges, is not christian the pontiff had gone to the u-s mexican border, to support migrants fleeing poverty and chaos trump fired back sot/ donald trump
question a person's faith is disgraceful. i am proud to be a christian" and trump slammed mexican leaders who oppose a wall sot/ donald trump "they're using the pope as a pawn and they should be ashamed wall: jeb bush, a roman catholic sot/ people don't cross our border illegally" rubio gave him a big boost -american research group -donald trump still in the lead: 33 % -marco rubio- 20 % -john kasich - 15 % jeb bush- 8 percent -ben carson at 3% -7 % undecided. -just one night of interviews following
a university of south carolina professor is taking t t twitter universe's pulse when it comes to the presidential race. dr. amir karami and his students gathered data from 100,000 tweets by south november 2015. they looked at the percentages of positive vs. negative tweets for each candidate. "people tweeted more about donald trump and hillary clinton, but the ranking is a little different. we found that ted cruz and bernie sanders received a higher rate of positive tweets." dr. karami says this study doesn't predict how a presidential candidate will do,
specific group of people on social media and how they view the candidates. for a link to dr. karami's full findings, head to our website at wistv.com. and make to sure to watch our hour long decision 2016 special tonight at 7. we will go over the youth vote, the latest delegate count, and what you need to know for election day. i will also be speaking with voters at liberty tap room in columbia. 05:13:35 i tried to hold on to the car, but it was so wet and so slippery. i got swept out. i hit two trees, and i grabbed on to another one...05:14:05 it was just trying to grasp at something, it was just instinct. there was nothing going through my mind except just to grab on to something and then yeah.
caught in raging flood waters off decker boulvard the morning of october fourth. while our cameras captured her car during dramatic rescues, we're just now hearing her story of survival. tonight at 11 -- for the first time since the flood, erika walks with us to very place she clung to life for hours. our mary king reports on her rescue, her recovery and the unexpected find that helped renew her faith. "whatcha think..it's cool. we need a little mroe adjusting hear but i think we're in good shape." for 13-years, connor morgan waited on this moment. today, the turbeville teen received a customized 3-d prosthetic hand from central carolina technical college in sumter. morgan was born without a right hand and while he says it did not completely hinder him, he is looking
couldn't before. "i can do anything i want to. climb a tree and to be able to catch balls right handed." "i'm looking forward to seeing him succeed. whatever it is that he doe, whatever he wants to do, because it hasn't hindered him up to know. the thing is it's kinda scary to see what he's going to do now. i'll probably have to run a little faster." connor says he hopes his story inspires other teens with his condition. he says is looking forward to showing off his s w hand to his friends. next, an exercise that's been around since the ancient greeks discovered health benefits from exercising with weighted balls. it is one of the oldest forms
of strength and conditioning used to improve health, power and speed. and it's highlighted in today's "50 days to 50 years." break
great stretch of weather over the next few days. mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s today then warmer through the weekend! friday sunday: partly cloudy, highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s by sunday. changes coming as it looks wet and cooler starting monday and much of the next week. it is day eight of my "50 days
ongoing series is a chance for you to see a wide variety of workouts and activities you can do to embrace fitness as i embrace turning 50. no excuses - not even when you're sporting a broken body part. :00 - :10 you know you're in trouble when your trainer is in tip-top killer shape and has a plan to make you that way. and you really know you're in trouble when she says... "we're all about fun here. no one likes to work their core." lori lapin is a personal trainer and owner of strong foundations in columbia. she took me through a core workout with a weighted ball. "they're easy on the joints when you when you're holding them and you get great core work, but it's cardio driven too, so you burn a lot of calories in
the balls are easy to grip and come in several weights. we were using six pound balls - that seemed to grow in heaviness through the workout. "head follows looking down at your belly and exhale so you get that good stretching your hamstrings abs are majorly engaged 5, 4, 3, 2 and break." lori says to drive the lower abs into the ground, arms are to be straight and strong and she puts an emphasis on a forced exhale as part of the intensity. "and power good perfect exhale four, three, two and one.. oh my goodness!!!" this exercise works your whole abdominal wall. "that's the beauty of it. and it gets deep into your transverse abdominal muscles so when you do your rotations it naturally gets
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
new numbers show that last year more people visited national park sites than ever before. parks across
the country hosted a record breaking 3-hundred-7-million visits. the most popular spot was the great smoky mountains, with more than 10-million visits. the grand canyon ranks second with hosting five million visitors...while yellowstone and the rocky mountains each saw more than
no more overhead bins? airbus has filed a patent for an under- seat storage compartment. instead of overhead bins, airline passengers would store carry-ons under their seat. airbus' current patent would also further restrict already limited leg room. the company says along with airplanes, the storage units could be used on trains or buses. one game is saying goodbye to the banker it's had since the beginning. hasbro has showed off a new version of one of the world's most popular board games called, "monopoly ultimate banking game." it eliminates both the game's signature paper money and the banker position. instead, players will scan special bank cards on a handheld banking unit. worried about not being remembered? well, worry no more. this eternal 5d data storage could store data for 14 billion years. researchers at the university of
call it "5-d" memory. each disc holds up to 360 terabytes of data -- equivalent to more than 22-thousand iphones. already, developers have created storage discs for the king james bible, and the universal declaration of human rights. today, you can enjoy your glass of vino a little bit more than usual after work -- it's national drink wine day! as if you need more convincing -- wine consumption does have some health benefits. moderate drinkers have lower risks for liver disease, type two diabetes, heart attack, stroke and some cancers. some say can also reduce "bad" cholesterol, or l-d-l, and increase "good" h-d-l cholesterol. coming up on wis, are you a fan of oprah? well now you have a chance to check out her
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from dresses and coats... to jewelry and shoes. bidding will start at 99 cents and is sure to go way up. all proceeds will go to the oprah winfrey leadership academy for girls. kanye west fans have started gofundme campaigns to help pay for the rappers so called debt. west claimed on twitter saturday that he is 53 million dollars in debt. tmz says the 53 million dollars actually represent kanye's investment dollars that are tied up in his music and fashion lines. the artist even called on facebook's mark zuckerburg to invest. one house has become a symbol of vancouver's out-of-reach real estate market. this tiny, tear-down home in a popular area of the city has sold for almost two--a-half million dollars. that was 80-thousand dollars more than the asking price. the three-bedroom, two- bathroom home was put on the market two weeks ago. it will likely be torn down, and a new home built in
a san diego aquarium made an underwater selfie stick for one of its sea lions. and the little guy took it for a got a little creative by making an animal-friendly selfie stick with an old target pole. he mounted a gopro camera on the end with a float. thanks for joining us for the news at 5. we'll be right back.
break "so the mexican government fed the pope lies and endless amount of stuff that trump is not a good person.
statement. 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.
thanks for joining us this evening. i'm charles molineaux. richland county deputies are trying to find a new home for a child, left at school after an apparent murder-suicide. a six year old was not picked up from school yesterday. deputies checked the child's home on amsterdam drive and found the child's mother and her estranged husband both shot to death. deputies say the shooting was the result of a domestic situation. "our victim's advocates are definitely involved. they're speaking to both sides of the family at this time. so, the child's going to be well taken care of." both of the victims were found with gunshot wounds to the head. investigators are now working to determine what led up to the shooting. taking a look now at your forecast tonight--and clear
let's send it over to ben tanner now in the weather center. great stretch of weather over the next few days. mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s today then warmer through the weekend! friday sunday: partly cloudy, highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s by sunday. changes coming as it looks wet and cooler starting monday and much of the next week. the owner of a business that sells off the belongings of people who have died is now locked up accused of ripping off the