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hillary clinton and supporters after her victory in south primary. clinton got a boost of confidence heading into super tuesday. she's celebrating a huge win over her biggest sanders. clinton gave her victory speech last night in columbia at usc. presidential candidate i know it sometimes seems a little odd for these days, in this time, to say we need more love and kindness in america. but i'm telling you from the bottom of my heart, we do be we do. we have so much to look forward to. there is no doubt in my mind that america's best years can be ahead of us. we have got to believe that. we've got to work for that. we have to stand with each other. we have to hold each other up. lift each other up. move together into the future that we will make. thank you. god
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" on a given night sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. tonight we lost. i congratulate secretary clinton on her victory tuesday. over 8007 over 800 delegates are at stake and we plan to win many of them." today, sanders will be in oklahoma city, oklahoma and fort collins, colorado ahead of super tuesday. and you can see -- hillary clinton won by a landslide here in south carolina... taking more than 270- thousand of the votes compared to bernie sanders' nearly 96- thousand. coming up in just a couple of minutes i'm going to have a full break down of some of the biggest counties in the palmetto state. high pressure will dominate the forecast this weekend. a ridge of high pressure will shift from the west
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to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s today, the 60s tomorrow and the 70s monday and tuesday. will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s today, the 60s tomorrow and the 70s monday and tuesday. clinton won in nevada and was declared the
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but last night's victory was different. meaghan norman reports. nats - tomorrow this campaign goes national ." hillary clinton ready for an even bigger stage after winning the south carolina democratic primary by a huge margin over senator bernie sanders. the crowd was electric and fired up after clinton was declared the winner only minutes after the polls closed. nats - crowd clinton dedicated her win and her message to empowering those who are struggling and
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sot - hillary "this campaign and this victory tonight is for the parents and teachers in rural south carolina. they showed me crumbling classrooms and communities too long neglected. we're going to work together to give our children the education they need and deserve." she even took a jab at republican presidential candidate donald trump sot - hillary "despite what you hear, we don't need to make america great again. america has never stopped being great. but we do need to make america whole again." she ended by saying the way to move the country forward is through love and kindness. sot - hillary "i know it seems a little odd
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for president in these days and in this time, to say we need more love and kindness in america but i'm telling you from the bottom of my heart, we do." sot - matthew gephardt/hillary clinton supporter "i think she should run on that because that's what resonates in this country not the back fighting and negative comments by the republicans." in 2008 - some considered south carolina the turning point for then-senator barack obama. now hillary clinton's supporters say it's her turn. sot - matthew gephardt/hillary clinton supporter "i think this is the momemum that's going to carry her into super tuesday...and for all intents and purposes the race will be over on the democratic side." sot - truman gephardt/hillary clinton supporter "there's a lot of states and there's texas and georgia so bernie might win some and hillary might win some but it's so exciting."
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and just to give you an idea of how much hillary clinton took the palmetto state... you can see by the red coloring on this map -- she won every county in south carolina. overall beating bernie sanders by nearly 200- thousand votes. if we take a look at some of the biggest counties. here in richland county -- she had nearly 40- thousand votes, which is more than triple the amount bernie sanders received. if we go to greenville county -- clinton, again, won by a landslide of nearly double sanders' numbers. and in the lowcountry -- in charleston county -- the count there was under 26- thousand votes for clinton and more than 13- thousand for sanders. again, taking more than double the votes there. allie? last night's win for clinton earned her a new supporter in the state democratic party. party chairman jaime harrison released a statement shortly after clinton's declared victory. in it, he congratulates her and says quote... "i told south carolina democrats that i would pledge my endorsement to the
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won the south carolina democratic primary...therefore it's my honor to follow south carolina democrats and join my mentor congressman jim clyburn to support hillary clinton." yesterday polling locations across the state reported a low and slow turnout, but the state election commission says absentee ballots were up. 54-thousand absentee ballots were turned in for this year's democratic primary -- up nearly 20- thousand from the same election 8 years ago. last saturday's republican primary brought in a record number of voters at the polls, along with 60- thousand absentee ballots. and all candidates are now looking ahead to "super tuesday" -- and after all delegates are tallied from that, both parties could have their nominee. on march 1st, 12 states and one u.s. territory will hold their primaries. the primaries are nicknamed the "sec primary" because so many of those states have teams in college football's southeastern conference. they include alabama, alaska, arkansas,
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massachusetts, minnesota, oklahoma, tennessee, texas, vermont, and virginia. all presidential candidates are on the campaign trail with only two days until super tuesday. as you can imagine all of the remaining candidates are hoping for good day at the polls. that includes democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders. for more on that part of the story let's go now to our newsroom and wis's mike desumma. michal, allie as we reported yesterday despite the loss here in the palmetto state, the sanders campaign is not ready to throw in the towel in its fight for delegates. that comes even though sanders opponent hillary clinton -- picked up quite a few of them yesterday. specifically the former secretary of state gained 39 delegates. sanders meanwhile picked up 14. that brings clinton's total delegate count to more than 540. sanders is hovering right around 85 as we move closer to the many primaries on super tuesday. leaders of sanders campaign said yesterday
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in the south carolina primary as a setback. they say they're hoping to come away with enough delegates in several states to at least keep the race going. theyr'e also optimistic that the vermont senators message will hit home in several states voting after super tuesday --- including michigan and ohio. the latest polls do show hillary clinton leading sanders in several super tuesday states. that includes texas and minnesota. allie, michal. and the race continues as we're already looking toward future debates. the next democratic debate is next sunday, -- march sixth -- at 8pm on cnn. it will be at the whiting auditorium in flint, michigan anderson cooper will be the moderator and both clinton and sanders will be in attendance. stay with wis for as we follow the presidential candidates' road to the white house. you can visit our website -- wistv.com -- for complete coverage of decision 2016. one runaway truck... two cars and a concrete barrier... it was a recipe for disaster in texas on saturday. and it was all caught on camera! we've got the details coming up
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high pressure will dominate the forecast this weekend. a ridge of high pressure will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s today, the 60s tomorrow and the 70s monday and tuesday. break 1 have you ever wanted to own your (music playing) i feel pretty (west side story) not every cake can be handcrafted in store by skilled decorators
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high pressure will dominate the forecast this weekend. a ridge of high pressure will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s today, the 60s tomorrow and the 70s monday and tuesday. will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s today, the 60s tomorrow and the 70s monday and
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will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s today, the 60s tomorrow and the 70s monday and tuesday. will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s today, the 60s tomorrow and the 70s monday and
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dramatic video caught on camera of a dump truck crashing into several crash before plowing through a concrete barrier. this happened in austin, texas. a driver's dash cam video shows everyone waiting at the red light, out of no where comes a red dump truck. it pushes the honda through the
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crashes into another car, then plows through a concrete barrier before falling down a creek. the driver of the truck was taken to the hospital, along with four others. coming up after the break -- some midlands basketball teams try to punch a ticket to championship weekend. championship weekend. plus, the gamecocks baseball team pulled out the win against penn state at home. we have your sports highlights up next. break 2 stars like kate winslet and
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for some of this year's nominees! "its been a while." no kidding! leo's up for best actor for "the revenant" -- but his first oscar night was in 1994 -- when he was nominated for "what's eating gilbert grape" -- check out those bangs! "stop it, i can't even suck in, i have a wedgie!" best actress nominee jennifer lawrence is known for being a loose cannon on the red carpet these days -- but at her first academy awards ceremony in 2011 -- she was much more shy! q: "describe what its like as a newbie to the oscars, congratulations! a: "its pretty overwhelming. a very proud moment." that same year christian bale won best supporting actor for his performance in "the fighter" -- and his confidence showed on the red carpet. "when you get the right role, you need to bust your " kate winslet was all pretty in pink at her first oscars in 1996. we caught up with the the still excited actress right after the show at
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"it was amazing for me to be in a situation like that where you're surrounded by such incredible talent and fame. it was really really good fun" three years ago -- a oscar winner and second time nominee eddie redmayne got to go to the big show -- performing a song from les miserables -- and soaking up every exciting moment! q: "welcome to the oscars! how you doing? a: "i'm pretty overwhelmed, this is extraordinary." irish actress saoirse ronan was only 13- years-old when she made her oscar debut q: who are you wearing, who is for first in the sec standings. well big blue lost... opening the door for carolina to climb the ladder if they could beat mississippi state in starkville. === --late stages of the first half ... gamecocks come up with the steal .... but notice gets stripped .... we go back the other way ... and a little showtime for the bulldogs ...craig sword
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for the monster dunk .... the struggle was real. ==== 2nd half --south carolina tries to claw back ... sindarius thornwell with the and 1 .... he led the gamecocks with 12 .... but it wasn't enough .... gamecocks stunned on the road... 68-58 the final .... like usc... sc state chases a conference title. bulldogs at savannah state. === second half... eric eaves drives the lane... finishes around the rim. === moments later... greg mortimer spots up and drains the triple. but the bulldogs fall... 76-64. and now two games back of first in the meac. in high school hoops... 4-a upper state finals between spring valley and byrnes. === vikings jordan bruner smacks the ball away.. and we head the other way . kendall wall lays it in... vikings down four ---under a minute to go in the half .. keaondre jones goes up strong for the basket byrnes though... edges spring valley 69-66. 4a girls upper state final spring valley up against rock hill. === vikings come out firing spring valley works it into joi jones she turns and scores to give the vikings an early lead
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after a rock hill bucket... vikings fly up the floor... chistian hithe drops in two. spring valley wins... tempo early tariq simmons starts the break moves it ahead to rodriguez marshall marshall slices to the basket and scores to cap an 8-0 run to start the game. ==== panthers pick up the pace late in the second quarter tyrique collier makes a quick move to the bucket hits the tough shot keenan falls 58-51 2a girls upper state final the newberry battling keenan raiders out to a quick start this afternoon in greenville daishelle robinson moves it ahead to breia jackson she buries the triple as the raiders score the first seven points of the game more from keenan robinson
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coast to coast for the bucket. keenan wins... 55-23 to advance to the state championship game. other scores from tonight... boys 4-a upper state final... irmo 54 west ashley 31 1-a c-a johnson falls 68-60 to calhoun county. other girls scores from tonight... in 4a lower state final... sumter 41 north augusta 39 in overtime. ca johnson in the 1a upper state title... loses 64-41 to christ church. on the diamond... usc hosting penn state for game two of the series... === alex destino inflicting damage on the nittany lions pitching staff. a three run blast in the first. === then in the third... he powers up again... this time with the bags full... takes the high offering... over the right field porch... for a grand slam! destino monster game... as carolina blasts penn state 16-5.
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a wreck saturday evening in orangeburg. it happened around 5:20 on shillings bridge road. highway patrols says the single vehicle somehow lost control and hit a tree. both the driver and passenger were killed. two other passengers were taken to the hospital. officials say no one in the car was wearing a seatbelt. an orangeburg woman is going to prison for killing the father of her son after discovering he had a child with another woman. the times and democrat reports 25-year-old courtney price was sentenced friday to 15 years behind bars for voluntary manslaughter. prosecutors say in 2014 -- price stabbed samuel simmons in his sleep after learning he fathered a child with another woman. price claims she stabbed him in self-defense as he choked her. price was originally charged
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after more than four hours of deliberation, the jury found price guilty of the lesser charge. a lexington county prosecutor accused of drunk driving may have a challenger for his job. larry wedekind now says he will file to run for the 11th circuit solicitor position against solicitor donnie myers. wedekind worked under myers for 12 years before he started working in the attorney general's office as a prosecutor. myers is facing calls for his resignation after he was arrested monday night for dui. authorities say myers ran off the road and into a utility pole. myers claims he was run off the road by another car. one woman is in the hospital after a shooting in northeast columbia saturday night. the richland county sheriff's department says it happened just after 9 o'clock in a parking lot near the publix on hardscrabble road. that's where the woman was found shot. we're told the woman has non life-threatening injuries. you're asked to call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc if you have any
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hillary clinton posts a big win in south carolina, but bernie sanders says the democratic
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reports from the state capital in columbia, with a look at the numbers, and what it means heading into the slate of super tuesday contests. not just a win -- a decisive win, for hillary clinton in south carolina. presidential candidate we've now gone through 4 early states and i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race and -- and tomorrow this campaign goes national. the campaign looking at south carolina results as an indicator of how she may fare across multiple southern contests on super tuesday. they hoped south carolina would show strength among minority voters. exit polls indicated african-american voters accounted for more than six-in-ten voters here in south carolina they will also be key in southern super tuesday states like georgia, arkansas, alabama, and virginia. clinton now has wins in three of the first four contests -- like donald
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republican field. presidential candidate america has never stopped being great. but we do need to make america whole again. sanders, not yielding yet. their attention to super tuesday. 12 states will cast ballots during this ultimate contest on march 1st. more than 800 delegates are at stake for the democrats and nearly 600 for the republicans. after the dust settles on tuesday night, the delegate count could give a clear picture of the nominee in both parties. high pressure will dominate the forecast this weekend. a ridge of high pressure will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s
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tomorrow and the 70s monday and tuesday. with the 2016 south carolina primaries in the will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s today, the 60s tomorrow and the 70s monday and tuesday. with the 2016 south carolina primaries in the tuesday. for some of the republican presidential candidates the task now is trying to find a way t stop
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our mike desumma joins us now from our newsroom with more on that. mike. michal trump has certainly had momentum ever since he had his big day state. he won the south carolina republican primary last week --- and then took the nevada caucus just days later. for trump's opponents this super tuesday could be a make or break day. the gop front runner currently has 82 delegates. florida senator marco rubio and texas senator
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donald trump for president. brewer released a statement through the trump campaign... praising the republican front runner's tough stance on illegal immigration. she wrote -- trump would do what's necessary to secure u-s borders. trump says he's honored to receive her endorsement. republican candidate marco rubio has released five years-worth of tax return documents. the florida senator's campaign only released partial returns -- providing a limited look at his finances. rubio says the documents show his family's tax rates were in line with the rates paid by americans of similar income levels. his republican rival, donald trump is currently being audited by the i-r-s. he says he will not release his tax returns until the audit is done meanwhile...republican presidential hopeful john kasich says he will drop out if he loses in ohio.. yesterday at a town hall in nashville..he called for his
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calm...and spend less time dividing the party as the campaign moves forward. gov. john kasich/ presidential candidate "at one point. . everything was unintelligible. and somebody told me that when they were doing the closed caption they flashed up on the closed caption 'unintelligible.' so that's never a good thing when that is happening." voters head to the polls tuesday, so we will find out then if kasich will stay in this race. in national news, we have new information on the virginia officer shooting last night. we're getting a first look at the officer shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute in woodbridge, virginia...that's right outside of washington d-c. deputies say officer ashley guindon was shot and killed. she was sworn in just two days before last night's incident. two other officers were also shot and are still being treated for their injuries. a suspect, who was not injured in the shooting, is in custody. authorities say they are still working to learn details in the
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a published report says a 16-year-old is hospitalized after being shot by police in salt lake city. this incident prompted onlookers to begin throwing rocks and shouting last night. the salt lake tribune reports that one man says the teen had been involved in an altercation. the man says police told the teen to drop a stick he was carrying and opened fire when he turned. several arrests were made. reports say police moved protesters down a sidewalk during the unrest. very few details have been released people in a kansas town are grieving for the victims of a shooting rampage. thursday -- cedric ford barged into the excel industries factory plant and opened fire. three people were killed, 14 were wounded. some employees returned to work on saturday for the first time since the shooting. police say ford's rage was triggered by a protective order taken out by an ex-girlfriend. they also say the weapons he used in the
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a former girlfriend,who is now in jail facing charges. hundreds of balloons were released into the michigan sky saturday night to honor the victims of last week's deadly shooting rampage in kalamazoo. hundreds of people gathered to honor richard and tyler smith. the father and son were shot and killed in the dealership parking lot when jason dalton went on a five-hour shooting spree last saturday. the crowd also honored the four other people killed and two other people injured. civil rights activist al sharpton says he plans to lead a rally tonight protesting the lack of black oscar nominees... right before this year's broadcast of the academy awards, outside the dolby theater in hollywood. "last year, they did not have any blacks in the top 20 nominations. so here we come again, the new nominations - on the day the nominations come out - that's when we said, 'enough is enough." demonstrations are also planned in cleveland, detroit, new york, washington,
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when we're on the way. earlier this week, 11th circuit solicitor donnie myers was charged with dui after crashing his car about a mile away from his lexington home. it is myers' third alcohol- related charge in a little over ten years. myers claims someone ran him off the road when he was on his way home following one drink at a local restaurant. the 70- year-old says he was
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a ride home, but did not know who got him there. the responding trooper reported smelling a strong odor of alcohol in the vehicle and seeing a pistol on the floor. myers failed a field sobriety test in his garage, his breath sample registered .09 blood- alcohol level. that was two hours after he called to report the accident. in 2005, the solicitor pled guilty to driving while intoxicated after being stopped in his county- owned car while attending a prosecutor's conference in asheville. the results of two blood-alcohol tests were above the legal limit. after that arrest, myers said: "it is my belief that a person should accept responsibility and be held accountable for his or her actions. for over 30 years, i have argued for accountability of others in some of the most heinous crimes our state has seen.
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then, in 2012, he was stopped for swerving and traveling in the middle of the road. a trooper spotted a cup of scotch in his vehicle, a drink myers claimed was not his. he admitted to having drinks, but couldn't take part in a field sobriety test due to recent surgery. he pleaded guilty to having an open container. despite the 2005 dwi conviction in north carolina, the most recent charge will be considered a first offense because it's been more than ten years since that charge. david longstreet's six- year-old daughter was killed by a drunk driver in 2012. he is leading an effort to get myers to step down. sot "it is a highly sensitive subject but it comes to the citizens of this community that we've got to stand up
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at a high standard ethically and this is not a behavior that's becoming of that." mr. myers, you have been a pillar in the community for decades, but three charges for alcohol- related offenses have damaged your reputation. if you choose not to step down now, do yourself and the circuit a favor and pull out of the race in november. you've held the office since 1976. accept responsibility and hold yourself accountable. that's my take, what's yours? high pressure will dominate the forecast this weekend. a ridge of high pressure will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the week. expect highs in the upper 50s today, the 60s tomorrow and the
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will soon go down. back in 20-14, the u-s postal service was granted permission to temporarily increase stamp prices ...the price hike was contingent upon a planned price drop this year. that surcharge is slated to end april 10th. the cost of mailing a one ounce letter will drop from 49 to 47 cents. commercial prices will also decrease. j-c penney is living up to its name with its newest campaign. the retailer says it will start offering certain items in its private label collections for just one cent. the "penney days" promotion kicks off today... and will offer customers an arizona- branded item at full-price and a second arizona item for a penny. the campaign runs all year with j-c penney rolling out other items for a penny throughout the year. macy's is changing its coupon policy. the retailer will no longer accept coupons for clearance items. macy's, which has long been known for its stackable dollar and percent-off coupons, says
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full-price and sale items. a macy's spokesperson says clearance items will still be deeply discounted, but now discounts will be reflected in the final price, instead of occurring at the register. sandwich chain subway says it is adding antibiotic-free chicken to its menu. the company claims it beat out its fast-food rivals to become the first major chain to make the change in all stores. the antibiotic-free rotisserie-style chicken sandwich will be available on march first. mcdonald's announced a similar move a year ago, but is still working on implementation. just how effective is this season's flu vaccine? the c-d-c says this season's vaccine cuts the chance of getting the flu by nearly 60-percent. by comparison, last season's flu shot only reduced flu risk by just 20-percent. meantime, the c-d-c says 13 children have died from flu this season. adult deaths are not tracked. the c-d-c also notes that it's still not too late to get
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receive one. there have been 9 pregnant women in the u-s infected with the zika virus -- and the number is likely to rise. the centers for disease control and prevention confirmed the 9 cases friday. 10 other cases are suspected. two of those pregnancies ended in a miscarriage. two were aborted. one baby was born with severe brain abnormalities. the others are apparently healthy. all of the women had traveled to countries where zika is spreading. small businesses are an important part of our economy. and coming up in may -- the city of columbia is hosting its 4th annual small business week
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on a felony dui charge in regards to last night's crash. still waiting to hear back from highway patrol to get confirmed details -- but what i've heard is washington rear ended a car carrying two people causing significant damages. both people are still in the hospital with extensive injuries and washington apparently suffered some himself. i'm going to go out and get some video of the intersection in advance of the hearing. also looking to see if i can get any pictures of the scene last night. lawmakers have set aside a proposal to allow school employees in south carolina to carry guns on campus after two weeks of training. a house subcommittee voted 4-2 to set aside the bill sponsored by representative phillip lowe. the florence republican says he
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protect the safety of children in rural schools that can't afford a certified police officer and could have to wait for one on patrol to arrive. but law enforcement representatives say two weeks of training isn't enough when it comes to handling a gun on school grounds. officers in orangeburg county will have a new partner riding with them. the victim's service divisions of the sheriff's office and department of public safety were presented with teddy bears intended for children who are victims of domestic violence. each officer will have a teddy bear in their patrol car ready to comfort a child in the event of domestic violence. the presentation was made by girl scout troop 471 of orangeburg county yesterday. 471 of orangeburg county yesterday. high pressure will dominate the forecast this weekend. a ridge of high pressure will shift from the west and usher in slightly warmer air to start the
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