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von gaskin has the details in your forecast. your news at starts now. good evening. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm meaghan norman. a richland county councilman is in trouble with the law again. kelvin washington was arrested last night and charged with felony dui after a crash on bluff road in hopkins. just last month, washington was arrested on tax charges after a department of revenue investigation found he had been delinquent on his taxes for several years. he pleaded guilty two weeks ago to three counts of not filing a tax return. this afternoon, washington is out of jail. wis' mike desumma was at the bond hearing. he joins us live from alvin s. glenn detention center with the latest. meaghan, during the short hearing investigators spoke on the major impact this crash caused. the south carolina highway
kelvin washington was driving drunk --- when he rear ended another car on bluff road at a high rate of speed. authorities say the two men riding in that car are still in an area hospital --- one in intensive care. washington himself had nothing to say to reporters as he left the alvin s. glenn detention center just hours ago. he posted bond not long after it was set this afternoon at 25-thousand dollars cash surety. according to neighbors who live near the crash site -- the two victims were turning their vehicle off bluff road last night onto martin luther king boulevard in hopkins. the crash happened sometime around 7:45 p- m. several people say they noticed the victims' vehicle ended up crashing into a utility pole as a result. several neighbors tell me lights flickered in their homes shortly after the crash. when first responders arrived, i'm told they had to extricate both men from their car in order to get them to safety.
case. no word yet on when he'll be back in court --- but in the meantime he's also to have s. glenn detention center, mike desumma, wis news 10. sunday a ridge of high pressure will shift to the southeastern region and start a warming trend. temperatures will warm a few degrees each day until our next rain maker arrives midweek. highs will settle in the upper 60s to end the weekend. expect highs in the 70s monday and tuesday, both days will include a mixture of sun and clouds as a weak disturbance tracks near the area. the next best chance of rain will move in wednesday and highs
ended up with 26 percent. more than a dozen states are up for grabs this tuesday. the primaries are nicknamed the "sec primary" because so many of those states have teams in college football's southeastern conference. they include alabama, georgia, tennessee, texas and arkansas. all presidential candidates are on the campaign trail with only two days until voting gets underway. on the gop side, the polls indicate tuesday could be another big day for donald trump. nbc's jennifer johnson looks at developments on the campaign trail. fresh off her huge win in south carolina...hillary clinton worked the crowds sunday in tennessee...a super tuesday state. presidential candidate :07-:12 "and i need your help on tuesday - the tennessee primary is really important!" clinton clobbered bernie sanders by roughly 50 percentage points. presidential candidate :16-:21 - super already on screen! super in upper corner - nbc meet the press - already on screen
happened. among older african americans, it was pathetic." a new nbc, wall street journal, marist poll shows donald trump trailing ted cruz in cruz's homestate of texas on super tuesday...but trump beating both cruz and marco rubio in georgia and tennessee with 30 and 40 percent of the votes. cruz and rubio are attacking trump....cruz about taxes...rubio saying trump's a fraud. presidential candidate :41-:50 "and so the time has come to but a first rate con artist- who is trying to carry out the ultimate con. presidential candidate :51-:56 "the fact that donald seems terrified to release his taxes suggests that there's a bombshell there." trump says he has released his financial records but can't show his tax returns because he's under an irs audit. presidential candidate 1:03-1:09 "and until the audit is completed, i wouldn't show anything. i'll show it once it's completed...i have nothing to hide." cruz is warning conservatives the trump train could be unstoppable if the front-runner rolls to big victories tuesday. "for republican contenders...there are 595 delegates at stake on super tuesday...why that date is so critical for trump,cruz and marco rubio who after the dust from super tuesday settles, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are
one-on-one in another debate. it's happening sunday, march 6th at 8 p-m from flint, michigan. anderson cooper will be moderating. 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. inside the state house... a proposal to allow school employees to carry guns on campus is not going anywhere... for now. a house subcommittee has voted to set aside the bill. if passed, employees would have been able to carry guns after two weeks of training. educators previously asked legislators not to go forward until a state task force issues its school safety report. an innocent bystander wounded by gunfire is
richland county deputies responded to a shooting around 9 o'clock last night in a parking lot near the publix on hardscrabble road in northeast columbia. that's where deputies say a woman was found shot. we're told her injuries are not life-threatening. no one has been arrested. call crimestoppers if you have any information -- 1-888-crime-sc. we're learning more about the deadly shooting of a virginia police officer who was killed on her first day on the job. an active d dy army staff sergeant has been arrested on murder charges in the case. authorities say ronald hamilton opened fire on officers who were responding to a domestic dispute. 3 officers were critically injured. ashley guindon was killed. hamilton eventually surrendered to police. inside the home, authorities found hamilton's wife dead. officer guindon is being remembered for her love of serving others. "we were struck by her passion to do this job. obviously, she had separated during her first field training
reasons, many of which she didn't share with us. but she did share with us when we rehired her... that she felt like she still wanted she thought she could pour herself into, which is exactly why she reapplied and sought to be rehired. she clearly had a passion to serve others in a way that went beyond herself." officer guindon graduated with a bachelor's degree in aeronautics and served in the marine corps... before joining the police force. she was just sworn in on friday. stay with us von gaskin has your full forecast after the break. plus -- coud the biggest night in hollywood be stained by a diversity controversy? more on that story coming up.
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that's when the year's best in film are honored. but there's been growing cocoroversy over a lack k diversity in the nominees. nbc's jinah kim has a preview from the red carpet. nats "the revenant" could be a revelation tonight... the frontier epic leads the way with 12 oscar nominations.... including one for its star. "leonardo dicaprio is a 100 percent lock to win best actor." it would be his first....but dicaprio's director, alejandro inarritu... could win for the second year in a row. "which will be the first time in about 65 years that a director has won back to back oscars....and only the
"the revenant's also a best picture front runner...but the grizzly drama faces challenges from two films that have been guild award favorites. "there's still a chance that a movie like the big short or spotlight, a a re crowd pleasing film, could upset." no upset expected for best actress...first time nominee brie larson's a heavy favorite to win for "room" "it really just stunned people". and a first time oscar's likely for sylvester stallone as supporting actor in "creed". "he's playing rocky, 40 years later, after he first played rocky and was nominated for the performance but didn't win." the night's most anticipated moment though, could be the opening monologue. nats "let's do this!" chris rock's expected to have the academy's diversity issue squarely in his comedic sights. "he's such a good satirist. and he has such an ability to see things in a unique way." part of what could be an oscars night to remember. jinah kim, nbc news, hollywood. civil rights activist al sharpton is protesting the lack of black oscar nominees for
straight year. "we are now going at advertisers saying, 'you couldn't break your contracts this year, but we don't want you to sign up anymore to advertise at the academy awards until they have diversified and included the academy and until we get some power in these studios. otherwise we will boycott.'" protests have been planned today across the country. coming up in sports... gamecocks baseball stays perfect on the diamond. plus... usc women's basketball makes history. highlights and reaction from today's big win... in sports. the sec champs make history.
fitting carolina reacacs this milestone on senior day. before the showdown against lsu... usc recognizing this tremendous group of five seniors... tiffany mitchell... khadijah sessions... tina roy... asia dozier... and sarah imovbioh. === to the game... mitchell drives drops it off to a'ja wilson... who finishes strong for the and one. === then mitchell lights it up. from the corner... she buries the triple. === on the attack again... she devours tigers on her way for the hoop and the harm. mitchell... a season high 24 points. === back to the corner... this time tina roy ready to deliver. knocks down the tre. carolina up 31-15. === moments later... sessions... sometimes it's nice to have your own space. hits the wide opepethree. gamecocks up 19 at the break. ==== second half... more of the same... mitchell the facilitator... feeds wilson inside... shows good patience...
gamecocks down the tigers... 75-39... to finish sec play 16-0... again just the second team ever to accomplish this. how do you celebrate this achievement... by dancing of course... sessions and the crew breaking it down after the game. the fun is certainly in the winning... on senior day. staley: "something our seniors wanted to do since we were that close. i think it's a tribute to what they mean to our program. the historical run that they put us on... i think this kind of caps it off, because this is something we haven't done." mitchell: "we accomplished one of our goals for the season, but like you said we're not done at all. we still have a lot more that we want to accomplish. that's winning another tournament championship and getting to the final four again." carolina baseball stays perfect. usc sweeps penn state out of columbia... by taking the final game of the weekend series. unlike in the first two games... the nittany
sunday. penn state... jumping on usc pitcher taylor widener right off the bat. === top of the first no outs... one on... as nick riotto drills the offering into center. conlin hughes scores. penn state with the early 1-0 lead. === bottom of the third... we're squared at one... john jones up with the bags full... nittany lions in trouble... jones is on fire at the dish... base hit thru the right side... two score... as jones dives in safely to second. 3-1 gamecocks. === same score... chris cullen lifts a ball deep to left... it's caught... jonah bride tags from third... wheels his way home to give carolina a three run lead. === top nine... josh reagan in to close the door... tying run at the plate... reagan gets the batter swinging to end the game. gamecocks win 4-2... they sweep penn state as they improve to 8-0 on the season. like usc... clemson bringing out the brooms today... as they completed a three game
home. === bottom 2...tigers down 1- 0...... seth beer changes that with one swing. tigers leading 4-1... when reed rohlman drives the offering into the gap in left center. that plates one.... 5-1 clemson. === bottom 4... eli white follows suit... by taking the pitch into the same gap... another run comes home. clemson wins 11-2... to sweep jmu... as they improve to 5-1 on the season. we'll be right back with a final
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on the job just one day after she's sworn in. tonight, the small town police department in mourning. young guns. the intense debate in one state that would allow the smallest hands to put their fingers on a trigger. the snack craze a lot of people are chewing on. "nightly news" begins now. >> announcer: decision 2016. this is nbc "nightly news" with kate snow reporting tonight from austin, texas. good evening from austin, texas. just over 36 hours until polls open here and across 11 other states. it is shaping up to be a pivotal night for so many campaigns. the republican race took on a mean edge today. ted cruz and marco rubio attacking donald trump over everything from his taxes, to his business connections and foreign policy.