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as a cold front moves towards the state. rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs in the lower 60s. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another quick shot at showers on friday before a dry weekend. highs in the lower 60s falling to the upper theia mcardle and richar bowman are both facing homicide by child abuse charges after the death of mcardle's son, gabriel. investigators say the three-year-old had injuries from head to toe. investigagaors say he died from severe blunt force trauma to the head. mcardle told investigators she was working the night
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left the child with her boyfriend richard bowman. since their arrests, both bowman and mcardle faced additional charges after misconduct while in the newberry county detention center. following her big victory in this weekend's south carolina democratic primary -- new poll numbers show hillary clinton is far ahead of challenger bernie sanders in 3 key states voting on super tuesday. according to an nbc news-wall street journal-marist poll released sunday -- clinton is leading by about two- to-one margins in texas, georgia and tennessee. those 3 are among 11 states democratic presidential races tomorrow. clinton made several stops in tennessee sunday, holding a meet and greet in nashville and a rally where she talked about her goal as president to bring the nation together. "what we need is to be whole, we need to be whole, where all of us have a place, where all of us feel like we are in this together. that is what i want to do in this campaign and that is what
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clinton's campaign is also looking ahead to facing donald trump as a republican challenger should he win nomination. allies of the former secretary of state, unaffiliated strategists and the national party are reviewing court filings, as well as requesting information about trump's business dealings. super tuesday will be the biggest contest so far in the 2016 election season. steve nannes reports. nat pop with a major victory in south carolina, hillary clinton is hoping to keep that momentum across multiple southern states ahead of super tuesday. sunday - clinton traveled to tennessee where she e oke to a congregation in memphis while attending a church service. presidential candidate "i will need your help on tuesday. the primary here in tennessee is very important." butt sot "i hope you will come out and vote and of course i would be honored to earn your vote on tuesday." as part of his super tuesday
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senator sanders skipped the palmetto state on primary day -- and moved on to texas than minnesota. presidential candidate "i am gonna be asking for your votes on tuesday, but i need more than that from you. i need your help the day after the general election because i can't do it alone." donald trump - who won three of the first four gop races - is governor believes a strong showing in his home state next month will provide the boost he needs. presidential candidate "i think trump's probably going to win probably all of them. but you keep holding your own." butt sot "our campaign plan was ultimately to hold our own in some of these places, and we will." butt sot "what changes this race is my ability to win in ohio. senator ted cruz, however, believes trump can be beat. presidential candidate "our campaign is the only one in a position to beat donald trump on super tuesday, and if you " i'm steve nannes reporting.
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out of jail after being arrested for felony dui. kelvin washington did not have much to say to reporters as he walked out of the alvin s. glenn detention center, sunday. highway patrol troopers believe washington was detention center, sunday. highway patrol troopers believe washington was driving drunk saturday night when he rear-ended another vehicle on bluff road in hopkins. troopers say that other vehicle ended up crashing into a utility pole and the two men inside are still in the hospital -- one, in intensive care. a judge set washington's bond at 25-thousand dollars and ordered him not to contact either victim. torrey rush, the chairman of richland county council released a statement that reads in part quote: "i want to ensure the public that this body and its individual members take this very seriously. our collective responsibility to the public is compromised when such an event like this occurs....we will continue to monitor this situation..." kelvin washington was also arrested last month when a department of revenue
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found he had been delinquent on his taxes for several years. washington pleaded guilty two weeks ago to three counts of 'failure to file a tax return'. richland county deputies are still looking for the person who fired a gun in a grocery store parking lot -- hurting a woman. it happened outside the publix on hardscrabble road in northeast columbia on saturday night. 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. you can also call crimestoppers if you can help richland county deputies find who's responsible for a sunday morning stabbing. around 7-30, deputies were called out to the 19- hundred block of heyward brockington road in columbia. they say a man had been stabbed in the upper body. he was taken to the hospital - his condition is unknown. hundreds of people gathered last night to honor a virginia police officer shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute saturday
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people lit candles and held a moment of silence to remember officer ashley guindon. she was working her first field shift when she was killed. an active duty army staff ssgeant has been arrested on murder charges in the case. authorities say ronald hamilton opened fire on officers who were responding to that domestic dispute. guindon was killed. 2 other officers were hurt. 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 phase for a variety of personal 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 to do this job... she couldn't get it out of her blood. it was something
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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. the man accused of shooting an ohio pastor during sunday service is expected in court later today. police say daniel schooler gunned down his older brother, reverend william schooler. schooler was arrested at the dayton church and is now facing murder charges. witnesses say they were in service when they saw schooler leave the sanctuary and walk to the back of the church. that's when congregants say they heard gunfire. "he went to sit down during prayer, and he sat there for a few minutes and then after prayer, he got up and went back in our pastor's office and then i heard two shots. wasn't a minute and i heard two shots. and so i just got everybody out of the church. and we just kept hearing shooting and shooting.
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the dayton daily news says the younger schooler had a history of violence. the paper also quotes court documents suggesting he may be mentally ill. an autopsy on the 70-year old pastor is scheduled for today. the national transportation safety board is investigating a plane crash in texas that killed two adults and two children. the crash happened sunday when the four- seater aircraft crashed into the woods near the navasota airport. authorities have not yet released the identities of those who died on board the plane. 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. coming up...it's been another record setting year for gamecock women's basketball. and on senior day sunday, the
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wrap up an undefeated conference record for the first time ever. joe gorchow has the highlights in the monday sportswrap. break 1 the sec champs make history.
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women's basketball becomes just the second team ever to finish league play... 16-0. fitting carolina reaches this milestone on senior day. before the showdown against lsu... group of five seniors... tiffany mitchell... 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.
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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.r. sessions... sometimes it's nice to have your own space. hits the wide open three. gamecocks up 19 at the break. ==== second half... more of the same... mitchell the facilitator... feeds wilson inside... shows good patience... then gets her bucket. gamecocks down the tigers... how do you celebrate this the fun is certainly in the the historical run that they put us on... i think this kind of caps it off, because this is
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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 lions played the === top of the first no outs... penn state with the early 1-0 lead. === bottom of the third... we're squared at one... john jones up with the bags two score... as jones dives in safely to second. 3-1 gamecocks. === same score... chris cullen lifts a ball deep to left...
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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 set against james madison at home. === bottom 2...tigers down 1- 0...... seth beer changes that with one swing. blasts a 2 run homerun. clemson out in front. === later in the frame... 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... to sweep jmu...
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light shower skies turn mostly cloudy tuesday into wednesday as a cold front moves towards the state. rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs in the lower 60s. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another quick shot at showers on friday before a dry weekend. highs in the lower 60s falling to the upper 50s by friday.
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e americans consumes sugary drinks at least once a day. that's according to a new survey from the centers for disease control. younger adults were most t kely to drink these beverages ... which contain nearly eight teaspoons of sugar per serving. the study found men, african-americans, unemployed adults and people with less education also consumed more sugared sodas and juices. there are a number of different cooking oils available at most supermarkets today and the options can be overwhelming. haley hernandez spoke with a
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olive! sunflower! even avocado oil! so many choices! dietitian chris nixon says there's cooking categories of: never use, use with caution, and safe for searing.... first up-- flaxseed oil! "you never want to cook with flaxseed oil, in fact, you actually want to keep it refrigerated to prevent it from being oxidized" she says oxidized oils can cause stroke and high cholesterol... "it can lead to cardiovascular disease and increased risk for cancer as well." medium heat may take longer... but you have plenty of options for oils that can cook at stovetop temperatures between 300-500 degrees... "if you're doing more of a stir fry or baking or cooking, then the grapeseed or the evoo, peanut oil or canola oil would be good options." for high temps, like searing or browning meat... our d dtitian has one favorite... "for cooking, i would go with the sunflower oil. it's got a very light mouth feel so it doesn't have a strong flavor and it's got a high flash flavor and it's got a high flash point so i know im safe if im cooking with sunflower oil." another thing to consider is
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your oil has the unsaturated fats like you want: that's sunflower, canola, olive and grapeseed oils... the most saturated fats are in, what she calls "tropical oils." "bc saturated fat we know its linked to heart disease and increased risk of stroke, high cholesterol, i would not use coconut oil." that was haley hernandez reporting. new data reveals breast augmentation was the most popular cosmetic procedure of 2015. liposuction was second, followed by nose reshaping, eyelid surgery and tummy tucks. but the fastest growing type of plastic surgery last year was buttock implants! and for the first time in over 15 years, facelifts slipped out of the top five performed surgeries. still to come this morning on sunrise... it was a big night for hollywood's biggest and brightest stars. we'll have a recap of oscars night next.
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hallie jackson good morning we are just 24 hours away from the start of super tuesday and it
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days in the republican race. we're going to see how tomorrow shapes up. donald trump right now in some hot water over his comments about david duke and the kkk. he is also picking up the endorsement of senator jeff sessions from alabama; trump's very first senate endorsement. the southern states, ahead of super tuesday, kind of like a political playground and they're starting to sound like one too; marco rubio insulting donald trump over the weekend taking this new aggressive tone against him. the question is, for rubio, is it enough to slow down his front- running rival? we'll have a look at all of this on the today show. quick little disturbance comes our way today, look for a few more clouds as temperatures reach the lower 70s. i won't rule out a sprinkle or light shower skies turn mostly cloudy tuesday into wednesday as a cold front moves towards
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chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs in the lower 60s. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another quick shot at following sunday's 88th annual academy awards. last night's events brought a mix of expected and unexpected winners. jennifer bjorkland brings us a wrap up of the highlights from hollywood. nats "spotlight". the title described the moment..... the newspaper drama "spotlight" the center of attention....a surprise oscar winner for best picture. nats "this film gave a voice to survivors and this oscar amplifies that voice." best picture favorite "the revenant" still won big....best director honors for alejandro inarritu for the second year in a row... nats of inarritu "i can't believe this is happening." and a first career oscar for
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nats of dicaprio 'i thank you all for this amazing award tonight. let's not take our planet for granted. i do not take tonight for granted.' best actress went to "room"'s larson....completing her domination of award season. nats of larson "thank you to the fans, thank you for going to the theater to see our film. i appreciate it." best supporting actress went to first time nominee alicia vikander for "the danish girl". while "bridge of spies" mark rylance pulled an upset for supporting actor....beating out heavy favorite sylvester stallone. nats of rylance "if you ever wondered about acting with tom hanks, would it help, the answer's clearly yes!" "mad max fury road" took home the most oscars....six overall...all in technical categories. nats of al sharpton "we're not saying who must win." before the show, demonstrators blocks away, protested the academy's lack of diversity the subject was also on host chris rock's mind.. nats of rock "i'm here at the was on hollywood's best. jennifer bjorklund, nbc news, hollywood. the time is now 4:--
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with news ten sunrise. end break
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have one day left on the a look at what's on tap as super tuesday approaches. plus-- i'll have a look at your first alert forecast coming up. plus... making history on senior day. the gamecock women's basketball finishes strong in sec play as they look ahead to the conference championship later this week. it's monday, february 29th. and news 10 sunrise starts right
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good morning. thanks for waking up with sunrise. i'm mary king. i'm michal higdon. len kiese has the morning off. it's five o'clock on this monday, february 29th. looking ahead to tomorrow-- voters and caucus-goers will make their choices for democratic and republican presidential nominees in more than a dozen states. there are 595 delegates up for grabs for the republican party-- and 865 for the democrats. candidates are feeling the pressure-- including some that are turning up the insults. plus-- a big night of awards at the oscars last night-- including leonardo dicaprio winning his first oscar for his performance in "the revenant." it was dicaprio's first academy award win after six nominations. we'll take a look at big winners of the evening throughout the morning here on sunrise, plus the ongoing controversy surrounding what some call the "lack of diversity"
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plus-- tempatures will warm up today in the midlands, but there could be a small chance for some rain. tim miller has the latest in your first alert forecast this morning. 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 will return to the 60s. people in the midlands headed to the polls over the weekend for the democratic
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in south carolina. and the polls show-- hillary clinton has big momentum heading into super tuesday. after the polls closed on saturday-- reports say she clinched the democratic primary win by a resounding margin. with all precincts reporting, clinton took 73 percent of the vote to bernie sanders, who ended up with 26 percent. more than a dozen states are up for grabs on tuesday. the primaries are nicknamed the "sec primary" because so many of those states have teams in college football's southeastern conference. tennessee, texas and arkansas. all presidential candidates are on the campaign trail. voting gets underway tomorrow. we're now less than 24 hours away from super could alter the course of the presidential campaign. tracie potts is in washington this morning with a preview of how things are shaping up ahead of the big day. donald trump heads into super tuesday with
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alabama senator jeff sessioins. presidential candidate "i hate to say it, i'm becoming mainstream." with trump leading every super tuesday state except texas. his opponents are hitting hard: presidential candidate "friends do not let friends vote for con jobs." presidential candidate "that was such an insulting. you don't call somebody of condeming support from the former head of the ku klux klan. presidential candidate "we should all be united in clinton. coming off her huge win in south carolina: super burned in sanders "feeling the burn"... of the south's africanmerican voters: presidential candidate "i'm gonna need your help to win the democratic nomination." clinton's leading nearly 2-to-1 in key states... focused on trumum presidential candidate "i don't think in a campaign you make wild promises, you insult everybody and then people wonder "well what does that person really stand for." tracie potts, nbc news, washington. republican candidate ted cruz has been calling on republicans to rally around him to thwart
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cruz told more than a thousand supporters in oklahoma over the weekend that he is the only candidate to take on-- and take down-- his party's frontrunner. cruz also expressed concern if trump were to get the republican nomination, saying trump would not be able to beat hillary clinton. "sixty-five percent of republican primary voters nationwide recognize that donald trump is not the right candidate to go head to head with hillary clinton in november, that if we nominate donald trump, hillary in all likelihood becomes the next president and that would be disastrous for this country, and given that, what is clear is that our campaign is the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and can beat donald trump." cruz also warned conservatives that trump's support could be unstoppable if he rolls to
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tuesday. after landing himself in some hot water donald trump tweeted out sunday that he does not support the endorsement of a controversial leader. during an interview with cnn's jake tapper, trump was questioned on whether he would reject david duke's support for his presidential bid. duke is a former leader of the ku klux klan. here's trump's response during the interview that aired on sunday. "i don't know, honestly i don't know david duke. i don't believe i've ever met him. i'm pretty sure i didn't meet him. and i just don't know anything about him." the anti-defamation league had called on trump to reject the support of duke, and other white supremacist groups. marco rubio is also in the middle of the candidate feud-- throwing in some personal attacks toward donald trump. coming up in our 5:30 half hour, we'll hear from rubio as he works to slow trump's momentum going into super tuesday. a richland county councilman faces felony dui charges after
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weekend. highway patrol troopers say kelvin washington was driving drunk saturday night when he rear-ended another vehicle on bluff road in was driving drunk saturday night when he rear-ended another vehicle on bluff road in hopkins. troopers say that other vehicle ended up crashing into a utility pole and at last check-- the two men are still in the hospital. one is reportedly in intensive care. a judge set washington's bond at 25-thousand dollars and ordered him not to contact either victim. just into the wis alert center... a university of virginia student detained in north korea is speaking for the first time since his arrest two months ago. the 21-year-old gave an emotional plea at a news conference this morning. otto frederick warmbier confessed to a "hostile act." warmbier is accused of trying to steal a banner or sign containing a political
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his hotel based in north korea in january. north korean officials say the conference was held at his own request. but it's unclear if he was forced to speak. the u.s. state department says this morning they are aware of these reports but did not make any further comment. the sec champs made history on sunday. the gamecock women's basketball team became the second team ever to finish league play -- 16 and oh. and it's even more special because they reached this milestone on senior day! the gamecocks demolished the lsu tigers 75-39. now -- south carolina is looking to open play at the 2016 sec women's basketball tournament in the quarterfinals this friday, march 4th, in jacksonville, florida. the top-seeded gamecocks will face the winner of thursday's contest between no. 8 missouri and no. 9 auburn. the team is ecstatic about their sec win and looking forward to the competition ahead. "it just feels good, you know, like you said to perform well on our senior day.
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with us -- it was just really fun out there today." "our players don't care who or what or what circumstances -- you know they are focused in on winning." before they head to jacksonville, the team is holding a pep rally this evening so they can celebrate with their fans. we'll have more details coming up in the next half hour. and tim miller's getting your day started with your first alert forecast. 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 will return to the 60s. coming up on news 10 sunrise... a critical means of survival
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boy went missing during a hiking trip with his fellow boy scouts. more on the miraculous way the boy survived freezing temperatures-- by using skills he learned in his troop. five ku klux klan members, arrested following a vicious brawl in
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have been released after police determined they acted in self-defense. police say seven people who remain in custody were seen beating, stomping and attacking the klansmen with wooden posts. the clash erupted after six klan members arrived at a park saturday for a planned anti-immigration rally. police say 10 to 20 counter-protestors rushed and attacked the kkk members. three people were stabbed. richland county deputies are still looking for the person who fired a gun in a grocery store parking lot -- hurting a woman. it happened outside the publix on hardscrabble road in northeast columbia on saturday night. we're told she will be okay. no one has been arrested. call crimestoppers if you have any information -- 1-888-crime-sc. crimestoppers is also the number
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can help richland county investigators find who's responsible for a stabbing over the weekend. around 7-30 sunday morning, deputies were called out to the 19- hundred block of heyward brockington road in columbia. a man had reportedly been stabbed in the upper body. we are being told he is in the hoital. we are working to find out his condition. an upstate boy is now safe at home after spending the night in the woods when he got separated from his boy scout troop over the weekend. 12-year old john quay was found safe around noon, sunday after an extensive search. his boy scout troop was hiking in jones gap state park in greenville county when he somehow got separated from his hiking group saturday afternoon. using his survival skills, officials say quay used leaves to cover up in freezing overnight temperatures. scout leaders say they use a buddy system when on hiking trips. "i am amazed that they lost him! it had to be unusual circumstances because usually we have an adult, at least one adult in the front of the hike, and
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back of the hike." "we're constantly teaching these boys survival skills or how to camp in case something happened. we do the what if situation." troop leaders are planning to review hiking procedures with scouts to ensure nothing like this ever happens again. just ahead of last night's big show-- dozens of people gathered in protest of the oscars and the academy's supposed lack of diversity in the acting nominations. people held signs and demonstrated in front of hollywood high school-- less than a mile from the dolby theater where the oscars ceremony took place. reverend al sharpton led the rally-- calling for diversity and inclusion in the academy's nomination process. no african american or latino actors or actressed were nominated for any major acting awards. "people of all races in this country have talent and gifts and all outta be weighed according to their talent not by some that have exclusionary policies." other rallies were held across
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york, atlanta, cleveland, detroit, miami and washington, d-c. 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
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season, but there's still one week of basketball left for the usc men. the gamecocks have had some trouble on the road this year -- and that trend continued saturday with a 68 to 58 loss at mississippi state. but -- usc is still looking good as they approach the postseason, sporting a 23-and-6 record. the gamecocks play their final two regular season games this week. thursday, they'll be at home to take on georgia at 7 o'clock. usc ends the season on the road saturday at arkansas. nothing but wins so far for the usc baseball team. the gamecocks swept their second series of the season, beating penn state in all three games over the weekend. usc is red hot to start the season -- with a perfect 8-and-oh record up next on news 10 sunrise-- a look at today's top headlines. stay with us on this monday morning. thanks for starting your day with news 10. hallie jackson
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hours away from the d it has been a wild few days in the republican race. we're going to see how tomorrow shapes up. donald trump right now in some hot water over his comments about david duke and the kkk. he is also picking up the endorsement of senator jeff sessions from alabama; trump's very first senate endorsement. the southern states, ahead of super tuesday, kind of like a political playground and they're starting to sound like one too; marco rubio insulting donald trump over the weekend taking this new aggressive tone against him. the question is, for rubio, is it enough to slow down his front- running rival? we'll have a look at all of this on shooting two people including a police officer in virginia is expected in court today. active sergeant ronald hamilton- an army staff
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accused of killing two people, including officer ashley guindon, who was working her first day as an officer. hamilton reportedly opened fire on prince william county police officers in virginia as they approached a home for a domestic dispute call. two other officers were injured, and rookie officer guindon died from her injuries. hamilton faces multiple counts of murder. ohio police are investigating a possible motive after a pastor was found shot dead inside his church during a service sunday morning. william schooler had just walked back to the pulpit inside zion baptist church when the shooter reportedly got out of a pew and followed him. witnesses say they heard a couple of shots fired while the choir was singing-- and chaos quickly erupted when everyone took off running. more than 20 people were inside the church at the time. the shooter is believed to be schooler's brother. michigan's governor rick snyder's aides may have known something was wrong with flint's water as far back as october 2014. emails show the aides discussed switching the water supply
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lake huron. the emails are dated six months after flint started using its own river for drinking water. researchers later found elevated levels of lead that can cause neurological problems to children. snyder's spokesman says there were preliminary concerns before aides knew about the lead problem. it's looking like the third time was not the charm for the private space company space x. the company called off the launch of its falcon nine rocket last night-- after two similar cancellations in recent days. space x says on its website the rocket and its payload are fine, but it's not saying why the launch was scrubbed again. one of the previous launches was canceled because of problems with the propellant. the rocket carries a satellite that would bring internet and phone access to millions of people in asia. a member of the famed "seal team six" will receive the medal of honor today. senior chief edward byers, juinor was part of a hostage rescue mission operation in afghanistan back in december 2012. byers is from ohio and has already earned two purple hearts for being wounded
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five bronze stars for heroism. defense department officials say byers is the first living seal to receive the medal of honor since the vietnam war. 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 will return to the 60s. the time is now 5:--. we are back with another half hour, in just a few minutes. thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise. day with news 10 sunrise. good morning. thanks for waking up with
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i'm michal higdon-- filling in for len kiese today. i'm mary king. it's 5:30, on this monday,
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i'm michal higdon-- filling in for len kiese today. i'm mary king. it's 5:30, on this monday, february 29th. top stories as you're waking up this morning-- turning up the heat before more than a dozen states vote on a potential presidential nominee. candidates battle in a war on words on the campaign trail just
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plus-- gamecock women's basketball fans are hype this morning... looking ahead to the team's tim miller's keeping an eye on the warm weather expected in the midlands today in your first alert forecast. 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 will return to the 60s.
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new in the alert ceceer this morning.. one of pope francis' top advisers has acknowledged that the catholic church made "enormous mistakes" in failing to prevent thousands of children from being abused by priests.
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george pell testified on sunday. two dozen australian abuse survivors showed up for the news conference. the victims were allowed to be on hand to recreate the type of public hearing that pell would have faced in australia. pell was questioned about current vatican efforts to address the recent scandal. the trial of an upstate couple charged in the death of a toddler is expected to start today. theia mcardle and richard bowman are both facing homicide by child abuse charges after the death of mcardle's son, gabriel. newberry investigators say the three-year-old had injuries from head to toe and died from severe blunt force trauma. mcardle told investigators she was working as an escort the night of her son's death in newberry county, and that she left the child with her boyfriend richard bowman. since their arrests, both bowman and mcardle face additional charges after misconduct while in the newberry countyyetention center. a richland county councilman is out of jail after being arrested for felony
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kelvin washington did not have much to say to reporters as he walked out of the alvin s. glenn detention center, sunday. highway patrol troopers believe washington was driving drunk saturday night when he rear-ended another vehicle on bluff road in hopkins. troopers say that other vehicle ended up crashing into a utility pole and the two men inside are still in the hospital -- one, in intensive care. a judge set washington's bond at 25-thousand dollars and ordered him not to contact either victim. torrey rush, the chairman of richland county council released a statement that reads in part quote: "i want to ensure the public that this body and its individual members take this very seriously. our collective responsibility to the public is compromised when such an event like this occurs... we will continue to monitor this situation..." kelvin washington was also arrested last month when a department of revenue investigation found he had been delinquent on his taxes for several years. washington pleaded guilty two weeks ago to three counts of 'failure to file a tax return'. 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.
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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. richland county officials continue to ask for your input as they build the district's general fund budget for the 2016-2017 fiscal year. leaders from richland one are holding a meeting tonight at six p-m at bradley elementary school. it is open to the public. following her big victory in this weekend's south carolina democratic primary -- new poll numbers show hillary clinton is far ahead of challenger bernie sanders in 3 key states voting on super tuesday. according to an nbc news-wall street journal-marist poll released sunday -- clinton is leading by about two- to-one margins in texas, georgia and tennessee. those 3 are among 11 states holding their democratic presidential races tomorrow. clinton made several stops in tennessee sunday, holding a meet and greet in nashville and a rally where she talked about her goal as
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"what we need is to be whole, we need to be whole, where all of us have a place, where all of us feel like we are in this together. that is what i want to do in this campaign and that is what i want to do as your president." clinton's campaign is also looking ahead to facing donald trump as a republican challenger should he win nomination. allies of the former secretary of state, unaffiliated strategists and the national party are reviewing court filings, as well as requesting information about trump's business dealings. it's a war of words on the top gop candidates. over the weekend marco rubio took the opportunity to take several jabs at frontrunner donald trump. that included on sunday when rubio, cruz and kasich all slammed trump for not immediately condemning support from the leader of the ku klux klan. trump had dodged questions about the endorsement during an interview on cnn before later tweeting that he disavows-- sharing video from a friday.
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right. i disavow, ok?" presidential candidate to criticize the ku klux klan." "donald trump as the nominee means hillary probably wins and we lose this country." political analysts say rubio also has taken on a tougher tone when it comes to trump-- promising he will be in the race as long as it takes. rubio and cruz both released their tax returns over the weekend, putting more pressure on trump to do the same. more than a dozen states are up for grabs tomorrow. some 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. after the dust from super tuesday settles, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are set to go one-on-one in another debate. it's happening sunday, march 6th at 8 p-m from flint, michigan. cnn's anderson cooper will be moderating. on the gop side-- the candidates
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thursday at the fox theater in detroit. fox news channel will moderate that debate, which starts at as the sec champs are coming off their 16 and oh victory in the sec... the gamecocks are now looking ahead to open play at the 2016 sec women's basketball tournament in the quarterfinals. but before they head to the sunshine state -- the team is holding a celebration this evening so they can share this milestone with their fans. the university is holding a pep rally at the alumni center and doors open at 6 o'clock tonight. the event features cocky, cheerleaders and the pep band. the team will sign team posters, which are provided at the event for free, all for the fans who have supported them over the years. "to leave colonial life arena in front of these fans who have supported them for their four years, to treat them to being 16 and oh and winning the last home game -- i think it's a great thing." doors will open at 6, and the
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officially get underway at 6:30. but there are only 900 spots available -- so you must rsvp. we've got a link right under the big red 10 to reserve your spot on wistv.com. coming up on news 10 sunrise... it was a night filled with glitz and glam as hollywood stars took me notable awards in last night's oscars. as we take a look at what's trending this morning-- we'll expect highs in the 70s monday
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comedian and actor chris rock hosted. he made reference to ongoing issues over the lack of diversity in nominees this year -- with remarks that were equal parts biting and funny. the oscars plans to look into diversity moving foward. we have a look at some of the big winners this morning. after 6 nominations over 22 years -- leonardo dicaprio is finally an oscar winner. he won best actor in a lead role in "the revenant." mark rylance takes best actor in a supporting role in "bridge of spies." brie larson won best actress in a lead role in "room" and alicia vikander won best actress in a supporting role in "the danish
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the newspaper drama "spotlight" the center of attention....a surprise oscar winner for best picture. we'll be right back with more of today's top headlines.
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meatless menu-- alongside its regular menu. the vegetarian menu is available today only-- and is essentially the arby's signature sandwich lineup-- minus the meats that make them the sandwiches they are. hold on to your mouse ears-- disney world and disneyland theme parks now have demand-based pricing. the resorts will charge three different prices-- depending on the time of year-- for a single day park ticket. the calendar will be divided into value, regular and peak periods. a value one-day pass will drop to 95 dollars, while a regular pass will rise to 105 dollars. the price will then shoot up to 112 dollars on peak days. 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 will return
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the number of people caught up in the theft of taxpayer data last year is seven times larger than originally thought. last may, the i-r-s said cyber criminals used a popular tool on their website to steal the tax forms of
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in august, the irs revised that number up to 330- thousand. the agency now says the number is closer to 720- thousand. starting this week-- the irs will warn affected taxpayers about potential identity theft. they will be offered free credit protection. the national transportation safety board is investigating a plane crash in texas that reportedly killed two adults and two children. the crash happened sunday when the four- seater aircraft crashed into the woods near a texas airport, northwest of houston. authorities have not yet released the identities of those who died on board the plane. msnbc has parted ways with melissa harris-perry after her private fight with management went public. harris-perry posted a photo on twitter saying quote "farewell #nerdland,"-- which is a nickname for her weekend show. she has been vocal about the comes at a time when msnbc and its rivals are trying to squeeze higher ratings
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frequent travelers know-- leg room is shrinking. new york senator chuck schumer wants the f-a-a to require airlines to abide by a seat-size guideline. he says leg room on planes used to be 35 inches-- but has shrunk to an average of 31. schumer says seats are getting narrower in the hips too-- shrinking about two inches. schumer will introduce a seat-size guideline amendment to the f-a-a reauthorization act that is pending in congress. a vote on the bill is expected in march. nba superstar steph curry broke his own record over the weekend... scoring his 287th three- pointer this season with an incredible 38-foot shot. the golden state warriors celebrated a victory in overtime against the oklahoma city thunder. curry released the game winning shot in the last second... well beyond the three-point line. the buzzer beater tied curry with kobe bryant and donyell marshall for the nba's game record of twelve three-point buckets in one night. expect highs in the 70s monday and tuesday, both days will include a mixture of
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campaign trail before voters in tuesday approaches. plus-- i'll have a look at your first alert forecast coming up. plus... making history on senior day. the usc women cap off a perfect sec regular season -- setting up a run for the sec this week. good morning.
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sunrise. i'm mary king. i'm michal higdon. len kiese has the morning off. it's six o'clock on this monday, february 29th. it's a date the presidential candidates have had their eyes on for quite some time. tomorrow -- voters and caucus-goers will make their choices for democratic and republican presidential nominees in more than a dozen states. there are 595 delegates up for grabs for the republican party-- and 865 for the democrats. candidates are feeling the pressure -- and lashing out at each other. we'll have the latest from the campaign trail ahead. plus-- tempatures will warm up today in the midlands, but there could be a small chance for some rain. tim miller has the latest in your first alert forecast this morning. quick little disturbance comes our way today, look for a few more clouds as temperatures reach the lower 70s. i won't rule out a sprinkle or
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skies turn mostly cloudy tuesday into wednesday as a cold front moves towards the state. rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs in the lower 60s. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another quick shot at showers on friday before a dry weekend. highs in the lower 60s falling to the upper 50s by friday. first alert traffic report
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the polls over the weekend for the democratic primary here in south carolina. and the polls show-- hillary clinton has big momentum heading into super tuesday. after the polls closed on saturday-- reports say she clinched the democratic primary win by a resounding margin. with all precincts reporting, clinton took 73 percent of the vote to bernie sanders, who ended up with 26 percent. more than a dozen states are up for grabs on 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. voting gets underway tomorrow. republican candidate ted cruz has been calling on
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donald trump's momentum. cruz told more than a thousand supporters in oklahoma over the weekend that he is the only candidate to take on-- and take down-- his party's frontrunner. cruz also expressed concern if trump were to get the republican nomination, saying trump would not be able to beat hillary clinton. "sixty-five percent of republican primary voters nationwide recognize that donald trump is not the right candidate to go head to head with hillary clinton in november, that if we nominate donald trump, hillary in all likelihood becomes the next president and that would be disastrous for this country, and given that, what is clear is that our campaign is the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and can beat donald trump." cruz also warned conservatives that trump's support could be unstoppable if he rolls to big victories tomorrow on super tuesday. after landing himself in some hot water donald trump tweeted out sunday that he does not support the endorsement of a controversial leader.
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jake tapper, trump was questioned on whether he would reject david duke's support for his presidential bid. duke is a former leader of the ku klux klan. here's trump's response during the interview that aired on sunday. "i don't know, honestly i don't know david duke. i don't believe i've ever met him. i'm pretty sure i didn't meet him. and i just don't know anything about him." the anti-defamation league had called on trump to reject the support of duke, and other white supremacist groups. marco rubio is also in the middle of the candidate feud-- throwing in some personal attacks toward donald trump. coming up in our 5:30 half hour, we'll hear from rubio as he works to slow trump's momentum going into super tuesday. faces felony dui charges after rear- ending a car over the weekend. highway patrol troopers say kelvin washington was driving drunk saturday night when he rear-ended another vehicle on bluff road in hopkins. troopers say that other vehicle ended up crashing
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check-- the two men are still in the hospital. one is reportedly in intensive care. a judge set washington's bond at 25-thousand dollars and ordered him not to contact either victim. five ku klux klan members, arrested following a vicious brawl in anaheim, california, have been released after police determined they acted in self-defense. police say seven people who remain in custody were seen beating, stomping and attacking the klansmen with wooden posts. the clash erupted after six klan members arrived at a park saturday for a planned anti-immigration rally. police say 10 to 20 counter-protestors rushed and attacked the kkk members. three people were stabbed. richland county deputies are still looking for the person who fired a gun in a grocery store parking lot -- hurting a woman. it happened outside the publix on hardscrabble road in northeast columbia on saturday night. we're told she will be okay. no one has been arrested.
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any information -- 1-888-crime-sc. crimestoppers is also the number to call if you can help richland county investigators find who's responsible for a stabbing over the weekend. around 7-30 sunday morning, deputies were called out to the 19- hundred block of heyward brockington road in columbia. a man had reportedly been stabbed in the upper body. we are being told he is in the hospital. we are working to find out his condition. the sec champs made history on sunday. the gamecock women's basketball team became the second team ever to finish league play -- 16 and oh. and it's even more special because they reached this milestone on senior day! the gamecocks demolished the lsu tigers 75-39. now -- south carolina is looking to open play at the 2016 sec women's basketball tournament in the quarterfinals this friday, march 4th, in jacksonville, florida. the top-seeded gamecocks will face the winner of thursday's contest between no. 8 missouri and no. 9 auburn. the team is ecstatic about their sec win and looking forward to the competition
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"it just feels good, you know, like you said to perform well on our senior day. and have our crowd with us -- it was just really fun out there today." "our players don't care who or what or what circumstances -- you know they are focused in on winning." before they head to jacksonville, the team is holding a pep rally this evening so they can celebrate with their fans. we'll have more details coming up in the next half hour. and -- expected in your first alert forecast today. here's tim miller. quick little disturbance comes our way today, look for a few more clouds as temperatures reach the lower 70s. i won't rule out a sprinkle or light shower skies turn mostly cloudy tuesday into wednesday as a cold front moves towards the state. rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs in the lower 60s. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies
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quick shot at showers on friday before a dry weekend. highs in the lower 60s falling to the upper 50s by friday. he's the united state's most wanted drug lord -- and right now he's sitting in a mexican prison. but in a surprising twist, el chapo now says he wants to head to the u-s to face charges here -- but on one condition. that story ahead on sunrise.
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one of pope francis' top advisers acknowledged on sunday that the catholic church made "enormous mistakes" in failing to prevent thousands of children from being abused by priests. vatican treasurer cardinal george pell testified to an investigative commission in his native australia via video link from a rome hotel. in the front row of the conference room were two dozen australian abuse survivors who had traveled across the globe to be on hand for pell's testimony. the movie "spotlight", which documented the abuse in the catholic church, took home best picture last night at the oscars. leonardo dicaprio finally got his oscar. after being nominated 5 times, he took home best actor for his role in "the revenant". we'll have much more on the big winners later this morning. but making headlines before big show-- dozens gathered in protest of the oscars and the academy's supposed lack of diversity in the acting nominations. people held signs and demonstrated in front of hollywood high school-- less than a mile from the dolby theater. reverend al sharpton led the rally-- calling for diversity and inclusion in the academy's nomination process. no african american or latino
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were nominated for any major acting awards. "people of all races in this country have talent and gifts and all outta be weighed according to their talent not by some that have exclusionary policies." other rallies were held across the country in new york, atlanta, cleveland, detroit, miami and washington, d-c. not long after the controversy first came up -- the academy says it is does have plans to address the issue of diversity. quick little disturbance comes our way today, look for a few more clouds as temperatures reach the lower 70s. i won't rule out a sprinkle or light shower skies turn mostly cloudy tuesday into wednesday as a cold front moves towards the state. rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs
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cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another quick shot at showers on friday before a dry weekend. highs in the lower 60s falling to the upper 50s by friday. today's picture the weather is from allison donald, lake murray elem send us your weather pictures to
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columbia, sc 29202. tim miller's keeping an eye on your morning drive with your first alert traffic. the usc women have wrapped up the regular season, but there's still one week of basketball left for the usc men. the gamecocks have had some trouble on the road this year -- and that trend continued saturday with a 68 to 58 loss at mississippi state. but -- usc is still looking good as they approach the postseason, sporting a 23-and-6
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the gamecocks play their final two regular season games this week. thursday, they'll be at home to take on georgia at 7 o'clock. usc ends the season on the road saturday at arkansas. nothing but wins so far for the usc baseball team. the gamecocks swept their second series of the season, beating penn state in all three games over the weekend. usc is red hot to start the season -- with a perfect 8-and-oh record up next on sunrise -- a look at your monday headlines. thanks for starting your morning with news 10. kristen welker coming up on today, can bernie
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hillary clinton after her landslide victory in south carolina? we'll tell you what her strategy is heading into super tuesday and why she's starting to pivot to the general election. also, her emails continue to cast a cloud over her campaign, the state department working through the weekend to release the final batch by today's court-ordered deadline. plus, we'll have the republican reaction to all of this--all that and more coming up on today. quick little disturbance comes our way today, look for a few more clouds as temperatures reach the lower 70s. i won't rule out a sprinkle or light shower skies turn mostly cloudy tuesday into wednesday as a cold front moves towards the state. rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs in the lower 60s. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another an army sergeant accused of
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and a police officer in virginia is expected in court today. ronald hamilton -- a staff sergeant assigned to the pentagon -- is being held without bond after police say he opened fire on officers who were responding to a domestic dispute call saturday two officers were injured. officer ashley guindon was killed. it was apparently her first day on patrol. police say hamilton killed his wife before officers arrived. the victims of a shooting spree in kansas were remembered sunday night during a prayer service. three people were killed and 14-others wounded during thursday's rampage in two towns. a candle was lit for each of the victims -- plus one for the suspected shooter cedric ford, who died in a shootout with
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most of the victims were shot where ford worked. investigators believe a restraining ford received that day from a former girlfriend may have been what set him off. according to recently released emails, michigan governor rick snyder's aides knew something was wrong with flint's water as far back as october 2014. in the emails, the aides discussed switching the water supply back from the flint river to lake huron, six months after the switch happened. researchers later found elevated levels of lead. snyder's spokesman says those e-mails referenced other preliminary concerns, before the aides knew specifically about the lead problem. space x has scrubbed the launch of it's falcon nine rocket for the third time in recent days. the latest attempt was called off last night. space x says on its website the rocket and its payload are fine, but it's not saying why the launch one of the previous launches was canceled because of problems with the propellant. the rocket carries a satellite that would bring internet and phone access to millions of people in asia.
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six" will receive the medal of honor today. senior chief edward byers, junior was part of a hostage rescue mission operation in afghanistan back in december 2012. byers is from ohio and has already earned two purple hearts for being wounded in combat-- and five bronze stars for heroism. defense department officials say byers is the first living seal to receive the medal of honor since the vietnam war. coming up in our next half hour of sunrise -- wild video you have to see, as an elephant goes rogue. how long it took to get this big animal back under control. the time is now 6:--. thanks for starting your day with news 10 sunrise. we are back with another half hour, in just a few minutes. good morning. i'm mary king. this afternoon at dunkin', save when you sip. get a free donut or turbo shot
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it's 6:30. we're following breaking news just into wis about a deadly house explosion in cleveland county north carolina. we're told a husband and wife
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explosion. our caroline patrickis is following this story and will more just ahead. top stories as you're waking up this morning-- turning up the heat before more than a dozen states vote on a potential presidential nominee. candidates battle in a war on words on the campaign trail just ahead of super tuesday. and senator marco rubio is making it clear donald trump is his primary target. plus-- gamecock women's basketball fans are hype this morning... looking ahead to the team's rally tonight after their big win on sunday. how you can get out and support the team as they get ready to start post- season play. and tim miller's keeping an eye on ---- in your first alert forecast. quick little disturbance comes our way today, look for a few more clouds as temperatures reach the lower 70s. i won't rule out a sprinkle or light shower skies turn mostly cloudy tuesday into wednesday as a cold front moves towards the state. rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on
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in the lower 60s. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another quick shot at showers on friday before a dry weekend. highs in the lower 60s falling to the upper 50s by friday.
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breaking overnight in the alert center... a north carolina couple killed after a crash and explosion outsie their cleveland county home overnight. this is video from the scene last night before that fire was put out. cleveland county officials say a truck crashed into a propane tank at this home causing the explosion. a witness says the blast sounded like an earthquake followed by a fireball. the husband and wife inside the home escaped but they later died from injuries sustained in the blast. the driver of the truck that crashed is in the hospital this the trial of an upstate couple charged in the death of a toddler is expected
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theia mcardle and richard bowman are both facing homicide by child abuse charges after the death of mcardle's son, gabriel. newberry investigators say the three-year-old had injuries from head to toe and died from severe blunt force trauma. mcardle told investigators she was working as an escort the night of her son's death in newberry county, and that she left the child with her boyfriend richard bowman. since their arrests, both bowman and mcardle face additional charges after misconduct while in the newberry county detention center. a richland county councilman is out of jail after being arrested for felony dui. kelvin washington did not have much to say to reporters as he walked out of the alvin s. glenn detention center, sunday. highway patrol troopers believe washington was driving drunk saturday night when he rear-ended another vehicle on bluff road in hopkins. troopers say that other vehicle ended up crashing into a utility pole and the two men inside are still in the hospital -- one, in intensive care. a judge set washington's bond at 25-thousand dollars and ordered him not to contact either
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torrey rush, the chairman of richland county council released a statement that reads in part quote: "i want to ensure the public that this body and its individual members take this very seriously. our collective responsibility to the public is compromised when such an event like this occurs... we will continue to monitor this situation..." kelvin washington was also arrested last month when a department of revenue investigation found he had been delinquent on his taxes for several years. washington pleaded guilty two weeks ago to three counts of 'failure to file a tax return'. 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.
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this weekend's south carolina democratic primary -- new poll numbers show hillary clinton is far ahead of challenger bernie sanders in 3 key states voting on super tuesday. according to an nbc news-wall street journal-marist poll released sunday -- clinton is leading by about two- to-one margins in texas, georgia and tennessee. those 3 are among 11 states holding their democratic presidential races tomorrow. clinton made several stops in tennessee sunday, holding a meet and greet in nashville and a rally where she talked about her goal as president to bring the nation together. "what we need is to be whole, we need to be whole, where all of us have a place, where all of us feel like we are in this together. that is what i want to do in this campaign and that is what i want to do as your president." clinton's campaign is also looking ahead to facing donald trump as a republican challenger should he win nomination. republican challenger should he win nomination. allies of the former secretary of state, unaffiliated strategists and the national party are reviewing court filings, as well as
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information about trump's business dealings. meanwhile.. the vice chair of the democratic national committee is such a supporter of bernie sanders.... she is resigning from her post. congresswoman tulsi gabbard of hawaii says she trusts sanders to consider the consequences of any military action. gabbard is a military veteran. have resulted in chaos in the middle east it's a war of words on the campaign trail between top gop candidates. over the weekend marco rubio took the opportunity to take several jabs at frontrunner donald trump. that included on sunday when rubio, cruz and kasich all slammed trump for not immediately condemning support from the leader of the ku klux klan. trump had dodged questions about the endorsement during an interview on cnn before later tweeting that he disavows-- sharing video from a press conference he held last friday. presidential candidate "david duke endorsed me? all right. i disavow, ok?" presidential candidate
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to criticize the ku klux klan." presidential candidate "donald trump as the nominee means hillary probably wins and we lose this country." political analysts say rubio also has taken on a tougher tone when it comes to trump-- promising he will be in the race as long as it takes. rubio and cruz both released their tax returns over the weekend, putting more pressure on trump to do the same. more than a dozen states are up for grabs tomorrow. some 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. after the dust from super tuesday settles, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are set to go one-on-one in another debate. it's happening sunday, march 6th at 8 p-m from flint, michigan. cnn's anderson cooper will be moderating. on the gop side-- the candidates will meet this thursday at the fox theater in detroit.
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that debate, which starts at 9 richland county officials continue to ask for your input as they build the district's general fund budget for the 2016-2017 fiscal year. leaders from richland one are holding a meeting tonight at six p-m at bradley elementary school. it is open to the public. as the sec champs are coming off their 16 and oh victory in the tournament in the quarterfinals. but before they head to the sunshine state -- the team is holding a celebration this evening so they can share this milestone with their fans. the university is holding a pep rally at the alumni center and doors open at 6 o'clock tonight. the event features cocky, cheerleaders and the pep band. the team will sign team posters, which are provided at the event for free, all for the fans who have supported them over the years. "to leave colonial life arena in front of these fans who have supported them for their four years, to treat them to being 16 and oh and winning
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game -- i think it's a great thing." doors will open at 6, and the celebration will officially get underway at 6:30. but there are only 900 spots available -- so you must rsvp. we've got a link right under the big red 10 to reserve your spot on wistv.com. coming up on news 10 sunrise... it was a night filled with glitz and glam as hollywood stars took home notable awards in last night's oscars. as we take a look at what's trending this morning-- we'll look back at the big winners of the night. quick little disturbance comes
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skies turn mostly cloudy tuesday into wednesday as a cold front moves towards the state. rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs in the lower 60s. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another quick shot at showers on friday before a dry weekend. highs in the lower 60s falling to the upper
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it was a star studded and at times controversial night for the oscars in hollywood. comedian and actor chris rock hosted. in his opening monologue -- he made reference to ongoing issues over the lack of diversity in nominees this year -- with some remarks drew laughs as well as others that drew gasps. the acadamy awards said before awards night that it plans to look into addressing the issue of diversity moving forward. we have a look at some of the big winners this morning. after 6 nominations over 22 years -- leonardo dicaprio is finally an oscar winner. he won best actor in a lead role
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mark rylance takes best actor in a supporting role in "bridge of spies." brie larson won best actress in a lead role in "room" and alicia vikander won best actress in a supporting role in "the danish girl" the newspaper drama "spotlight" the center of attention....a surprise oscar winner for best picture. just into the wis alert
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this morning we are getting our first glimpse of a university of otto frederick warmbier confessed to a trying to steal a banner or sign containing a political slogan from the walls of his hotel based in north korea in january. in the video hes seen crying and asking for forgiveness... the 21 year old gave a very emotional plea this morning at a news conference. "i wish that the united states administration never manipulated people like myself in the future to commit crimes against foreign countries. i entirely beg you and the government of dpr korea for your forgiveness." north korea claims he committed a crime at the hands of the us government this comes at a time that the un is imposing new santions on north korea after their h-bomb test in january. some have accused them of
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political pawns. north korean officials say the conference was held at his own request. but it's unclear if he was forced to speak. the u.s. state department says this morning they are aware of these a religious festival in southern india went awry when an elephant went on a rampage, smashing vehicles in its path. and the whole thing was caught on camera take a look. the elephant was taking part in a holy ritual when it broke loose and started flinging motorbikes and cars. you can see two people were riding that elephent throughout the ordeal. it took several hours to finally bring the elephant under control. no one was hurt. quick little disturbance comes our way today, look for a few more clouds as temperatures reach the lower 70s. i won't rule out a sprinkle or light shower
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into wednesday as a cold front moves towards the state. rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs in the lower 60s. 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 upstate boy is now safe at home after spending the night in the woods when he got separated from his boy scout troop over the weekend. 12-year old john quay was found safe around noon, sunday after an extensive
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his boy scout troop was hiking in jones gap state park in greenville county when he somehow got separated from his hiking group saturday afternoon. using his survival skills, officials say quay used leaves to cover up in freezing overnight temperatures. scout leaders say they use a buddy system when on hiking trips. "i am amazed that they lost him! it had to be unusual circumstances because usually we have an adult, at least one adult in the front of the hike, and we always have an adult in the back of the hike." boys survival skills or how to camp in case something happened. we do the what if situation." troop leaders are planning to review hiking procedures with scouts to ensure nothing like this ever happens again. three men were arrested sunday after two vehicles and a hotel lobby were sprayed with bullets in uptown charlotte. officers estimate 40 to 50 shots were fired into the vehicles and the lobby door of
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and believe the shooters had a specific target. two of the suspects were spotted in a car nearby and were chased by police before being arrested. one was carrying an ak- 47. "that's an active lobby. that's a popular place. everybody goes there, especially with this event. people are piling in and out of there all night. we are lucky somebody didn't get hit." charlotte-mecklenburg police say the men were in charlotte for the ciaa basketball tournament, which had already wrapped up when the shooting occurred. the time is now . coming up, we'll have one final check of your traffic and weather. plus the headlines of the day. thanks for starting your day
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the trial of an upstate couple charged in the death of a toddler is expected to start today. theia mcardle and richard bowman are both facing homicide by child abuse charges after the death of mcardle's son, gabriel. mcardle told investigators she was working as an escort the night of her son's death in newberry county, and that she left the child with her boyfriend richard bowman. newberry investigators say the three-year-old died
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richland county deputies are still looking for the person who fired a gun in a grocery store parking lot -- hurting a woman. it happened outside the publix on hardscrabble road in northeast columbia on saturday night. we're told she will be okay. no one has been arrested. call crimestoppers if you have any information -- 1-888-crime-sc. a north carolina husband and wife are dead after an explosion outside their home following a sunday night crash. cleveland county investigators say a truck crashed into a propane tank causing the blast. the couple managed to escape, but died from their injuries from the explosion that followed 2016 presidential candidates have their eyes on super tuesday contests tomorrow. more than a dozen states are holding primaries and caucuses tomorrow. candidates are feeling the pressure -- and lashing out at each other including republican candidates, donald trump, marco rubio and ted cruz. nbc is breaking it all down ahead on the today show.
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road in richland county are invited to a public 6:30. quick little disturbance comes our way today, look for a few more clouds as temperatures reach the lower 70s. i won't rule out a sprinkle or rain chances increase late tuesday night into wednesday. highs tuesday lower 70s..scattered showers on wednesday with highs in the lower 60s. cooler temperatures with partly cloudy skies thursday.will watch for another
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good morning. king of the world. leonardo dicaprio finally wins an oscar 22 years after his first nomination. >> i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so very much. >> brie larson nabbing best actress. "spotlight," the surprise winner for best picture. host chris rock takes on the
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>> i'm here at the academy awards, otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> this morning, al and natalie are live in hollywood with all the highlights from the show, the red carpet and, of course, the after parties. klan controversy. why did donald trump refuse to disavow support from the kkk and its former leader david duke in an interview? >> i don't know what you're talking about. >> david duke and the klu klux klan here. >> honestly, i don't know david duke. >> the odd exchange that left the billionaire scrambling to explain while his rivals pounced. we'll talk to trump in a live interview. erin andrews and her convicted stalker expected to testify at her $75 million civil trial today. we're live at the courthouse. cursed cruise ship? another ill-fated voyage for royal caribbean's anthem of the seas, just weeks after passengers were battered by a

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