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together today... for one cause: to stop gun violence. news19's colby gallagher takes us inside how one columbia church joined in "stand up sunday." 3 "you never get over the loss of a child. especially when it happened, senseless, to gun violence."marcus patrick bryant was only 21-years-old when he was shot and killed in 2001 by a man who had been released from a new york prison. his father, marvin bryant, says it happened five months before his daughter was born."not only did i lose my child, my son, she lost a father that she did not have the opportunity of growing up to know."his father believes with stricter gun access, his death could have been prevented. he's used the past 15 years to fight for this cause -- a cause that has only grown since the fatal shooting of 9 people at emanuel ame church last june.natbryant was among the many taking a stand with gun sense s-c at various south carolina churches.
the columbia chapter and says stand up sunday is meant to raise awareness."if your background check is not complete or if you are just a kid and find an unlocked gun in the house, this is dangerous. this could be a tragedy."bryant and sullivan took their stand at washington street united methodist church, one of 1,300 churches participating in the state. dr. john evans led the service there and hopes the talk will inspire listeners to join in. "we're trying to keep things real simple. the first thing is to try to get our state house and our governor to begin to get serious about background checks."bryant says his son and the other victims' lives will not be in vein because they're now the very reason why change is coming. "with this approach, it's not only saving one life, but many lives as a result of what happened."colby gallagher news19 wltx. 3 currently there's a bill in
change the waiting period for a criminal background check from three to 28 days. 3 3 it has been a dry and mild weekend. we enjoyed a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures in the upper 60s 3 to near 70 degrees. here are our current temperatures across the midlands. it is cooling off at this hour. our satellite radar composite shows some clouds across the area and a fews showers along the coast.for tonight look for mostly cloudy skies and lows in the upper 40s.tomorrow will be warmer than today. we're expecting highs in the lower 70s.tomorrow night look for mostly cloudy skies with lows in the lower 50s.we'll take a look at the seven day forecast
minutes. mary. 3 south carolina department of corrections is looking for an escaped inmate... they say... broke into a school just hours after his escape from prison... a department of corrections spokesperson says 26-year- old... zachery lee reaves... stole a 38 handgun... and cash from the school ... after he escaped from the the catawba pre-release center... monday night.school authorities found the front door of academy christian school... shattered tuesday... rocks and a trail of blood... were found inside. reaves was serving an eight-year sentence for second-degree burglary. school officials didn't comment on why the gun was in the building. 3 more than 1 million low-income residents... in 21 states could soon lose their government food stamps... if they fail to meet work requirements... that began kicking in this month.the rule change in the federal supplemental nutrition assistance program... or snap... was triggered by the improving economy -
unemployment. but it is raising concerns among the poor... social service providers... and food pantry workers... who fear an influx of hungry people.the provision applies to able-bodied adults... ages 18 through 49... who have no children or other dependents in their home. it requires them to work... volunteer... or attend education or job-training courses... at least 80 hours a month... 3 3 here is a reminder for you... you have a little less than an hour to enroll in health insurance for 2016... through the federal health insurance marketplace... the deadline is midnight tonight. free, expert help is available:you can go online at healthcare.gov 3 if you live in orangeburg county... and you hear some loud booms... like bombs going off... tomorrow... dont worry it will be the orangeburg county sheriff office and sled... performing bomb squad training...you may hear detonation of explosives.... from 9am to 4pm... at the
located about eight miles east of bowman. 3 if you are traveling in the town of lexington early tomorrow morning... here is a road closure you need to be aware of. the city will close the 100 block of east main street...from 1am 5am... for landscape maintenance. east bound traffic will be detoured onto east butler street... west bound will be detoured on maiden lane. 3 the last three disaster recovery centers in our state... closed friday night. but many services... are still available by calling the fema helpline. lines are open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.... seven days a week .that number can be found on our website.... wtlx dot com.. you will also find... plenty of other information to help anyone still suffering from the effects of last year's historic flood. 3 3 we are less than 24 hours from the official kick off of the 2016 presidential election...
votes will offer more than delegates.they will determine which campaigns can turn support... into turn out. weijia jiang reports from iowa 3 presidential candidates are criss-crossing iowa to seal the deal...begging their backers to caucus on monday night.sot bernie sanders pipe 6 4:09:37"monday could be an historic night for this country."track 2gfx in--poll democrats bernie sanders and hillary clinton are seperated by just three points in the latest poll.martin oalley is in a distant third.nats nats omalley shaking hands if his supporters jump ship they could be the deciding factor gfx outon the gop side donlad trump has a slight lead over ted cruz.cruz sot pipe 2 16:08:56"commit tomorrow night to come out and caucus for us." track 3on the campaign trail, his tour bus got suck in the mud and needed a tow.trump campaigned with the reverand jerry falwell jr trying to win over evangalicals. they are one of the most reliable groups to caucus.trump sotif we can come out of iowa, with a nice victory. its so
final push too, canvassing across the state...nats: pipe 7 19:07:19 hi its aliya from the bernie campaign. how are you doing?track 6and making tens of thousands of phone calls...sot--su bridge--weijia jiang/cbs news/waukee iowa political experts say this late in the game... volunteers should not be trying to change people's minds...but making sure already committed voters actually show up on caucus night. sothillary clinton supporter"you have to be in line by 7. if you're not, your vote won't be counted." bad weather threatens much of the state but the candidates are hoping it holds off until after the caucuses.weijia jiang, cbs news, waukee, iowa 3 even though the caucuses aren't happening here...there is a connection to the south carolina primary.south carolina often helps to significantly narrow down the field of candidates... after the contests in iowa and new hampshire. 3 3 blue cross blue shield of south carolina... helped out the community today... by hosting the epack the
gathered at the martin luther king jr. park.... on green street... to make sure kids have a great start to the second half of the school year. numerous vendors and community groups had booths set up where the parents and children could pick up information...the idea was that parents pick up a passort... visit the booths... and get information... and then the first 500 people who returned their completed passport received a free backpack.organizers talked with us about why these events are so important during this time of year. 3 this event is definitley important because so many in our community needs school supplies. again, all of the typical back to school events happen in august, but year round, those individuals that are especially underserved need school supplies. they need the pencils, the paper, the pens. this is something we're trying to do, along with our community partners, to try to replinish those school supplies during the second semester of school.families could also participate in health screenings and sports
dental screenings... haircuts... manicures... and some zumba... along with other entertainment. 3 some folks in columbia spent this afternoon learning about ways they could give back to the community. it was through an event called community connect... good shepherd lutheran church hosted the one stop shop for people who want to serve... but don't really know where to start. their goal was to help plug people into different service projects in the area. organizations say this event... is just another example of the partnership between the church and community. 3 these kind of events, church fairs, it's our way as directors and organizations to be able to come out to the church and say thank you. they support us. they support us with dollars. they support us with volunteers. they ask very, very little of us. so these kind of events are a way of us introducing ourselves to the wider church community and it's very, very help. more than 25 organizations and
columbia area... were there. 3 the vietnamese american association... here in columbia.... welcomed in the new year today.they celebrated with cultural performances... food... games and a fashion show. last year close to one thousand people came to the celebration. 3 sherman's army made an appearance in lexington today... for the civil war winter muster & candlelight tour.the event commemorates events that took place in and around the lexington area... during the civil war.there were demonstrations of drill... children games... cooking... and camp life... among other things.this is all so people could see what life was like for the average person during the civil war. 3 it's a great opportunity to learn more about the war and really what the every day solder kind of faced. a lot of people learn about robert e. lee and general sherman but this is really trying to focus on some of the every day life was like for the common solder.
believe we were talking about snow last week.and it looks like we will get to enjoy these warm temperatures for a couple more days. coming up after the break... meteorologost daniel bonds will have your family's full forecast. 3 grab your coffee, your smart phone and turn on your tv for news 19 this morning. tomorrow protecting what matters most, your family. find out about a wireless security system that protect your home or business while looking out for the bad guys. plus overnight breaking headlines, traffic and sports. join us on air starting at 4:30 a.m. and chat with us on
parts of the 3 midlands, but we have been rain-free
today.for tonight, look for mostly cloudy skies. tomorrow will be partly cloudy and warm with highs in the lower 70s. the clouds will move in tomorrow night and into tuesday. going into tuesday there will be a small chance 3 of a shower, but the better chance of rain will come on wednesday.then we are expecting showers and maybe a few thunderstorms as well.3 for tonight, look for lows in
lower 70s under partly cloudy 3 conditions.here our seven day forecast. it will continue to be warm and dry monday.just a small chance for a shower tuesday. scattered showers and storms on wednesday. a shower will be possible on thursday too. cooler and dryer air moves into the area by friday 3 and saturday. we're expecting
50s.3 women were in action tonight looking to hopefully get past texas a&m a little easier than they did last timeon the road tonight in college station fourth quarter -- gamecocks down four with 8 to playaja wilson fighting for the bucket .. finaly get its to drop. cuts the lead to twoup four now.. working it around the top of the key...tiffany mitchell draining the three over a minute to play.. mitchell driving to the basket..aja wilson on pickup duty as she cleans up the trash-- those two combnied for 47 points tonightwilson with her 10th double double of the season as the gamecocks win on the road 70-63
up with big plays, we have big players on thsi team who can make big shots so thats what we did. 3 men's basketball team earned a hard-fought win over alabama 11-9, 2-6 sec saturday night, winning 78-64. michael with a double-double led the way, with sindarius thornwell and chris silva joining him in double figures. now at 19-2, the gamecocks have their highest win total for a season in seven years.yesterdays game was anoher that showed the fight of that frank martin squad.. it was something he talked about afer the win. 3 they cant just be out there as mannequins.hey both did that in the second half. pj was a curcial part of the game and big time rebounds nd steals. when your point guard get sthat.. guys take off and
down hill making decision.. he 3 made great 3 plays in a crticial part of the game. 3 another spurs up tweet out from iwll muschamp tonight.. you know what that means another committ joining the garnet and black... this time another flipgeorgia four star wide reciever kiel pollard flipped from arkansas to south carolina this eveningreports out tonigh say that on his january 22nd visit.. he said tings felt right with wll muschamp and staff. 3 we know gamecock baseball got it started this weekend but clemson baseball did as well-- their first season under monte lee who was very excited to be off to a healthy start to the season 3 our guys have come back in great shae, they did a great job of training in the offseason on jan 6 when we started conditioning
and our skill segment, guys hit the
shape.. fundamental work is out of th eway.. bp, fly ball, catching balls, now its time to cross the white lines and compete against each other. 3 the panthers headed out to california today to begin their chase for a superbowl titletoday was the first sunday in a few weeks that the
panthers have not been on the football field..but panthers center ryan khalil says the break shouldnt be a problem. 3 two weeks without hitting is a long time, i think we've done a godo job.. we did it earlier in the 3 year for the frist playoff week and now this week.. its worked for us.. 3 its a good schedule.. we'll
supe hey, guys, it's annie. now, if you're anything like me, you're always looking for ways to save money, especially when it comes to your weekly grocery trip. well, with walmart every day low prices, saving money while keeping the pantry full... that's easier than you think. in head-to-head shopping, the total at walmart beat that of bi-lo. columbia, the total amount saved at walmart vs. bi-lo was $28.45 on this week's groceries - that's 20%. so head to walmart and see what you
3 made good use of the snow.... they used it to show a little team tribute... they built a dabbing cam newton snowman... but get this... the family wasn't in north carolina... they are in pennsylvania.... and even thiough they are steelers fans... they made this... because they like the way cam treats kids. 3 we like what he does. we like
kids during games and gives them footballs. if you're wondering... it took 5 hours and 15 bucks to to build snow cam.hopefully he'll stick around long enough to see carolina play in the super bowl... next sunday... 3 krispy kreme has rolled out their super bowl donuts.... to get ready for next week's game. the panthers donut is decked out in carolina blue icing...the other is orange... and the third is the brown.krispy kreme is going to track the sales of the doughnuts up until the big game. each day they'll share the results with fans on social media. 3 clemson fans -- you can now get your hands on a book detailing the tigers' historic football season.return to glory... went on sale in book stores... online and at the greenville news office.it's 128 pages of photos, stories, team analysis and commentary from the journalists at the greenville news.the book costs
through many retailers.3 3 for tonight, look for lows in the middle 40s.tomorrow, we're expecting highs in the lower 70s under partly cloudy conditions.here our seven day forecast. it will continue to be warm and dry monday.just a small chance for a shower tuesday. scattered showers and storms on wednesday. a shower will be possible on thursday too. cooler and dryer air
speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over two and a half million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
ction rigging is the day i signed my death sentence.
(huck) it wasn't hollis. someone else paid becky to kill the president. when you release hollis, i need you to wait an hour. i let him go an hour ago. the minute he's released, make it look like an accident. copy that. hold the doors! sorry. (doors close) (elevator whirring) i'm sorry. do i know you? (gun clicks) hands on your head! ho--whoa, the hell is going on here?! hollis doyle, meet charlie. charlie's here to kill you unless i kill him first, but i'm not sure i'm ready to do that yet. what do you want from me? it's what olivia wants. she wants to protect you, but first she needs you to promise her that you won't take the deal they're offering you at justice. oh, hell, that's just posturing. i wish i could believe you, but i can't, which is why instead of killing charlie and assuring your safety, i'm gonna let him live. if you keep your mouth shut, i'll be there to protect you. if you open it, he trades your head for a paycheck. do i make myself clear? (projector and camera shutter clicking) (shutter clicking) (woman) ooh. that's lovely. ma'am, can you turn him a bit? let's show america the face of baby...
we can't decide. (laughs) what about "wallace"? (laughs) wally? (baby fussing) that's the name of a child who gets beat up on the playground, right? it's a family name. (laughs) of a child who gets beat up on the playground. cousin wally did get beat up a lot. (laughs) (gasps softly) jeannine? okay, everyone, that was great. (clears throat) let's give the family a little privacy. thank you. thanks. (sighs) nurse! (sighs) thank you. (sighs) i want to spend time with my son. (singsongy) he's right here anytime you want to see him. i mean after the divorce. i want to be clear that i want to spend time with our children after the divorce. what makes you think i will ever agree to a divorce? let's be amiable about this. amiable? amiable? mellie. i married you for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, till death do us part. there will be no divorce, honey. do... not... push...
hollis doyle didn't try to have fitz killed? i almost killed an innocent man. you crossed a line. i know. i went over the edge. the power... (sighs) it goes to your head, and it's hard to pull back sometimes. i'm sorry. don't let it happen again, because next time-- listen. there won't be a next time. david rosen's not letting election rigging go. he's a dog with a bone. then we need to be bigger dogs with bigger bones. when we were trying to take down hollis, i was so ready to come clean, let the whole election rigging thing come out. i was ready to do it when it was going to hurt hollis. and now... the only person it would hurt is fitz. and, liv? he wouldn't survive knowing. it
would change him. it would break him. cyrus, i've got granger on my back looking for-- olivia. mr. president.
fitz. quiet. mmm. (exhales sharply) i'm marrying edison. no, you're not. you're married. i'm getting divorced. (exhales) she just had your baby. they'll crucify you. she induced, you know. (sighs) she thinks i don't know. like i don't ask questions. she had the doctor induce four weeks
before her due date. she put my son's life at risk in order to manipulate me. so even if you marry edison, i'm divorcing her. it'll take some time. she'll fight me. it might even take the rest of my presidency, but i am getting out... of this marriage. and i'm supposed to do what, wait for you? this isn't theoretical anymore, liv. it's real. say you'll wait for me. we love each other. we belong together.