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i'm charles molineaux. we've dealt with grey skies all day as we take a live look through the wis skycam over the capital city. meteorologist ben tanner is in the first alert weather center tracking the possibility of severe weather for tomorrow. strong storm system moves into the state on wednesday with severe thunderstorms likely. clearing skieieand cooler temperatures the rest of the week behind the front. today, a weak cold front is over the state, north of the front wedge like conditions prevail south of the front its cloudy and mild. where the front decides to stall
cooler conditions will be for most of the day before south winds take over the entire area ahead of the stronger cold front. look for scattered showers, an isolated storm in some areas, highs will be tricky today as some will see near 60 others middle to upper 60s. tonight wednesday: that weak cold front will change identity and come back at us as a warm front. brisk south winds will kick out the wedge d temperatures will rise into the middle 70s during the day wednesday. my thinking is the best chance for severe weather is
it's free-- just search wis weather in your app store. standard messaging and data rates may apply. as a system moves across the south - extensive damage has been reported outsisi baton rouge, louisiana. there have been reports of tornadoes - officials are investigating to confirm whether one or more funnel clouds touched down. there are also multiple downed power lines in several areas. -pictures from our sister station. -storm damage, wind damage -the biggest concern is wind damage - with winds in excess of 60 miles per hour. no injuries reported. ahead of this weekend's "first in the south" democratic presidential primary, hillary clinton and bernie
a cnn town hall. it'll be at the usc law school and will whitson is there live right now. bernie and hillary will have the chance to make a statewide appeal to voters before saturday's big vote- so it's hillary's chance to hold on to her wide lead- and bernie's chance to try and close the gap- which he doesn't have much time left to do. the latest real clear politics average of south carolina polls have sanders sitting at 33 percent of the vote... comparededo hillary clinton's 57 percent. hillary has had a strong grassroots ground game in south carolina since april- so it has been an uphill fight for sanders to gain ground in the state. sanders has polled strong with the youth vote, like here at university of south carolina- but political analysts in the state say he's struggled to attract minority voters to his cause- a demographic
speak at a forum called "breaking down barriers" at central baptist church in columbia. she has a group of mothers on high-profile stories. she'll be joioid by the mother of of trayvon martin who was shot and killed in a controversial fight with a florida neighborhood watchman, as well as the mothers of sandra bland, who hanged herself in a texas jail, eric garner, who died after he fought with police as he was being arrested in new york, and dontre hamilton, a mental patient who was shot in a violent fight with police in milwaukee. the women say clinton is the only candidate who listened and talked with them about their concerns. tonight's event starts at 6:15. this evening, sanders' wife, jane sanders, will talk about education here in the palmetto state. she's expected to hear from local parents and families in columbia-- and share senator sanders' vision for creating educational in the state. that's happening today at five at the cecil a. tillis center on simpkins lane. the event is free and open to the public. sanders has another big showbiz
afternoon. today, director spike lee released a one minute bernie sanders ad here in south carolina. in it, lee says "when bernie gets into the white house he will do the right thing." sanders has been pushing for more support from black voters. a recent c-n-n-o-r-c poll in south carolina shows hillary clinton with 64- percent support from black voters. one state representative predicts a big role for orangeburg county in this week's south carolina primary. representative jerry govan says all county elected officials in orangeburg are democrats, something not state. govan says history shows orangeburg county voters generally pick the democratic nominee. "it did so in terms of going solidly for barack obama, president obama in 2008 and again in 2012. it did so in terms of selecting john kerry in 2004. there's a pattern. when you look at the turnout in orangeburg county as compared to the other counties across the state we have one of the highest
more than 1 thousand absentee ballots have already been cast in orangeburg county for the democratic primary. that number is now over 20 thousand statewide. friday is the last day for absentee voting. right now, republican presidential candidates are hoping any last second campaigning made an impact ahead of today nevada caucus the state has 30 delegates up for grabs. the latest poll there shows donald trump with a 16 point lead there. ted cruz and marco rubio are battling it out for second. you can get extensive coverage of the south carolina democratic primary and the impact of the state's g-o-p primary results on our website, wistv-dot-com. just click on the special decision 2016 tab. for the third time in a little more than a decade, midlands solicitor donnie myers is facing charges related to
night. jack kuenzie reports myers is accused of driving under the influence after wrecking his car dawndy---the charge against solicitor myers is driving under the influence. it comes after the highway patrol found his 2007 lexus had run into a utility pole roughly a mile from his house on mooring lane north of downtown lexington last night. he was later arrested at his home. the discovery of the car happened around 8:00 pm---it was found abandoned at old chapin road and beech creek road. within the next few hours, myers had been booked into the alvin glenn detention center for dui. at the jail, the department of public safety says, myers took a datamaster blood alcohol test and registered a point- 09---slightly above the legal standard for intoxication. myers has a history of alcohol-related driving offenses. in april 2005 while attending a conference in asheville north carolina, an offcer stopped myers' lexington county car and charged him with driving while impaired.
that night, and there was an open beer can in his car. but he said he didn't know who left it there and was driving because he needed to get food for his wife--who suffered from crohn's disease. myers later pleaded guilty---and got a year's probation and $400 dollars in fines and court costs. in may 2012---a patrol officer stopped him for weaving on old chapin road in lexington county. he later pleaded guilty to having an open container and paid a $155 dollar fine. the latest incident raises new questions---about how myers got home, how the patrol found the car and how this might affect his future. legal experts tell me that despite the 2005 case---this new incident, if it leads to a conviction---would still be viewed as a first offense dui because more than ten years have passed since the asheville arrest. dui 1st is considered a misdemeanor. jack kuenzie wis news ten. the last of the three lexington county deputies injured in a crash last week is now out of
hospital. that news coming from the lexington county sheriff's department this morning. the crash happened last wednesday. investigators say two patrol cars were responding to a burglary in progress when they collided. exactly how the cruisers hit each other is still under investigation by highway patrol. governor nikki haley is standing firm against president obama's plan to shut down the guantanamo bay prison and bring the terrorists there into america. today the president announced he is sending congress a plan to close gitmo and transfer dozens of the terrorists to facilities in the u.s., possibly including the navy brig in charleston. governor haley has already declared she opposes bringing terrorists to south carolina and today she took to twitter saying, "we have made our stance very clear: we will fight any attempt by president obama to bring terrorists into our states." the president's plan comes seven years after he vowed to shutdown the facility during his first year in office. andrew spencer has the latest. 1:10-1:12
"for many years, it's been clear that the detention facility at guantanamo bay does not advance our national security. it undermines it." president obama is calling for the closure of the guantanamo bay detention facility. the long awaited plan was delivered to congress tuesday morning. "keeping this facility open is contrary to our values. it undermines our standing in the world. it is viewed as a stain on our broader record of upholding the highest standards of rule of law." the blueprint involves transferring most of the detainees to other countries. the rest -- deemed too dangerous to be moved abroad -- would be relocated to a detention facility in the united states. the plan identifies 13 possible u-s transfer sites -- including a military prison in leavenworth and the federal supermax prison in florence, colorado. bernie sanders offered up his support for the plan -- releasing a statement saying: "i am encouraged to see that the president is
down the guantanamo bay prison. as i have said for years, the prison at guantanamo must be closed as quickly as possible" but reactions from other presidential candidates have not been so positive: presidential candidate "we're not going to close guantanamo." presidential candidate "don't shut down gitmo, expand it and let's have some new terrorists there." before any transfers to u-s soil could take place, legal obstacles would likely need to be overcome. administration officials say they are planning conversations with lawmakers, but the outcome remains hazy. i'm andrew spencer reporting. the air force colonel in charge of the 20th fighter wing at shaw air force base has removed his second-in-command colonel william jones. a shaw representative says colonel stephen jost took action after a loss of confidence in jones. jones has been reassigned to the headquarters of the ninth air force at shaw. that wet weather could be on the verge of getting rough. your forecast is coming up on wis news 10 at four. also: richland county's newest courthouse and home for the
center in richland county. if you've driven past it recently -- the facade of the building is beginning to take shape. it's part of a big revitalization project. our michal higdon has an update on how things are moving along. :01 :22 :44 :57 1:15 you can definitely see construction crews have been busy -- here on the outside workers are trying to put on the exterior of the building as well as finishing rooms and everything inside. managers say the project is
was ahead of schedule for a some time -- the october floods did cause some delays. crews worked to contain runoff from the site from all of the rain we've seen -- which in turn -- the project manager says they were able to put in additional storm water measures. since then, everything is back to running on schedule -- including the project being 2 million dollars under budget. richland county leaders are anxious for the new life the decker center will bring. chad fosnight: "we can assure the public that once this is done -- once the skin of this building has been taken off and the new skin is on the building -- it's going to look like a fantastic facility. it's going to be a great economic development driver for this community." jim manning: "what it's going to do for the businesses along the corridor, we just can't even imagine how exciting it's going to be." the project manager tells me the organizations moving in here -- including traffic courts and the richland county sheriff's department
able to move in by december of this year if construction stays on schedule. reporting in richland county, michal higdon, wis news 10. time now for an update on your weather. for that we turn to meteorologist ben tanner. strong storm system moves into the state on wednesday with severe thunderstorms likely. clearing skies and cooler temperatures the rest of the week behind the front. today, a weak cold front is over the state, north of the front wedge like conditions prevail south of the front its cloudy
she says their names. trayvon martin shot to
death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong. and makes their mothers' fight for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton.
and mild. where the front decides to stall out is where the cooler conditions will be for most of the day before south winds take over the entire area ahead of the stronger cold front. look for scattered showers, an isolated storm in some areas, highs will be tricky today as some will see near 60 others middle to upper 60s. tonight wednesday: that weak cold front will change identity and come back at us as a warm front. brisk south winds will kick out the wedge and temperatures will rise into the middle 70s during
my thinking is the best chance for severe weather is during the time the warm front develops. there will be plenty of moisture along with strong winds in the upper atmosphere that will be the right ingredients for the development of severe thunderstorms. the likelihood of tornado development is high with the best time frame between 5am 2pm this has the potential to be a life threatening event. it's important to pay close attention to the forecast the next 36 hours. once the system moves out by wednesday evening, skies clear
she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong. and makes their mothers' fight for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. we need action now. and stands with
the president against those who would undo his achievements.
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