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across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon. the daytime high will reach the low 50s. an active shooter alert at black river technical college in arkansas turned out to be the sound of popping balloons. the college's facebook page
was mistaken as gunshots. dispatch was called in response to the sound and police responded to the school. building and the campus was even placed on lockdown. students and faculty were soon let back inside once police were able to determine the cause of the popping sound. black river technical college officials said they are thankful for the immediate response of local authorities and the help of the swat team, who were actually on campus for training at the time of the incident. republican presidential candidate ted cruz is teaming up with south carolina's top lawman to spread the word...of law and order. cruz andndttorney general alan wilson are talking about american rights, the constitution and the law at a forum. let's listen. it starts at 3:45 this afternoon
alumni center on senate street. the event is being hosted by the conservative leadership project. ted cruz is seen as one of the frontrunners for the for weeks, he has been trading barbs on the campaign trail with donald trump. today, however, he sat down to discuss issues for south carolina attorney general alan wilson. it is part of the clp's ninth presidential forum and constitutional conversation. wis will have a special decision 2016 show at 7 tomorrow night. we will have one-on-one interviews with several tomorrow night. we will have one-on-one interviews with several
look at the race for president leading up to the south carolina primary. again, that's tomorrow at 7. governor nikki haley's executive budget is bigger than ever- the governor unveiled her proposal for the next fiscal year this morning- and while the numbers are big- it also includes some big will whitson explains. this is the overview of budget. it's proposed at 7.43 billion dollars- that's up 400 million from last year's budget, which was at the time was considered the largest budget ever proposed for the state. this budget, for the 2016-2017 fiscal year includes that unprecedented 1.3 billion dollar surplus from last year- an amount governor haley says can help the state meet many of its funding requirements. the budget hasive main themes- education, public finance, public safety, flood recovery and economic development. but it also includes a reduction of the state's debt obligation- dropping about 100 million dollars from where it was the year
doubling the state's available cash reserves. "we don't owe as much and we have more in savings as we need should something happen. after this past year, when you think you have to dip into your reserves. the fact that we didn't dip into our reserves, the fact we were able to pay for the flood tragedy and everything else that we dealt with shows that south carolina is on good standing." and this proposed budget would do something that hasn't been done since the great recession: fully funding county and municipal governments. i asked governor haley, why now? you'll hear her response coming up. at the state house- ww, back to you. governor haley continues to draw attention from political commentators and some of the republican presidential candidates at last night's debate in north charleston. today--haley had more to say about the reaction to her comments following president obama's state of the union speech. jack kuenzie is in our newsroom with more on the national visibility. dawndy--governor haley's response to the president
circles prior to the debate. and there she was in the north charleston coliseum last night when her name came up in a question to the candidates. specifically to donald trump--who haley alluded to as one of the angry voices in the party who she suggested needed to tone it down. trump admitted he is angry----and then walked back his criticism of haley, calling her a friend. but the governor is still taking heat from right wing talkers with her call for welcoming "properly vetted" legal immigrants. here's her latest take on all of that. i would have preferred not being part of the debate. i'm not running for president, have no desire to. so i would have preferred that not be part of it. but look if it causes, if my speech causes a conversation about how we treat people in this country and the difference between illegal immigration and legal immigration, that's a healthy conversation to have. so i think it's fine.
any of the candidates wanted to talk to her about a possible vice presidential run---she would be willing to sit down. today, she seemed to be putting the brakes on such speculation---saying it's fun but---her life is full already. she says she is very content as governor---and seeking the number two job is quote---"not something i want, i strive for or i need." jack kuenzie wis news ten. today wal-mart announced that it is closing nearly 200 stores in the u.s. including a midlands location. our billie jean shaw joins us from winnsboro where the employees and residents are upset to learn that walmart location is closing in two weeks. earlier today the retail giant announced that it scrapping nearly 300 stores around the globe, more than half of them here in the u.s. the company says several factors went into consideration when choosing which locations
performance, as well as longevity. kendall share works as the winnsboro location he says the team found out about the closing this morning and was absolutely devastated. " i saw a lot of customers mad, a lot of customers crying." kim murphy, upset about walmart closing "i'm devastated." jessica mitchell, upset about walmart closing "it's basically the only store." the nearest walmart is located about 30 minutes away, other than that residents are left with a bi-lo which only sells
the winnsboro walmart officially closes at 7 o'clock on january 28th. in winnsboro, billie jean shaw, wis news 10. attorneys for a former north charleston police officer accused of shooting and killing an unarmed man have filed a motion to seal certain court documents. michael slager and his attorneys are asking for documents to be sealed so some of the information can be redacted. this includes the names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of the authors. slager is asking that their full names be replaced with their initials. he was released on bond in early january, eight months after being charged with the murder of walter scott. some residents of leesville sounded off today on plans today to close down the road near their homes. vulcan materials is looking to shut down
stutman road. this comes as the company is working towards putting a rock quarry in the area. our mike desumma joins us now from our newsroom with more on the story. mike. judi, the rock quarry project itself has faced a lot of resistance from leesville residents. today they took their battle to court --- trying to block vulcan's petition to close down stutman road. that proposal is tied to vulcan's permit applications with dhec and lexington county. today, attorneys for vulcan said closing down the road is the best option. company officials said doing so will put the pit of the quarry further back from nearby homes. they also say it would allow for a private route allowing trucks to the quarry to get in without going through area neighborhoods. several landowners who live off the road say they don't believe vulcans promises. they say they're also concerned about two cemetaries that sit off the road near the project site. a judge listened to all testimoney today. he's expected to make a ruling at a later date. in the newsroom, mike desumma,
system will be out of there by late friday night. saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the daytime high will reach the
sc later today and deliver 1" rain totals in most areas with highs in the 40s and 50s. the rain associated with the system will be out of pressure will move across the show is going on at the state fairgrounds in columbia. joe pinner is there. if you didn't get there yesterday, you still have today and tomorrow to make it to
"so i checked them four times and said i'll believe it when the news comes on in the morning and they say hey there's a winner been in munford." the town is home to about 6,000 people who are embracing the good fortune that has put them in the national spotlight. "this is it. are embracing the good fortune that has put them in the national spotlight. "this is it. this is the biggest thing that ever happened in munford, the search continues for 12 crew members who were onboard two marine helicopters that collided over hawaii. the helicopters crashed about 2 and a half miles off the coast of oahu last night. marine officials say each
six from marine corps base hawaii. according to officials..an empty life raft was found this morning but no one was on board. coming up on wis, gop presidential candidate ted cruz is in the capital city. a live report next. plus--democratic candidates are heading to the midlands. break thanks for staying with us for the news at 5:30.
then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
republican presidential candidate ted cruz is teaming up with south carolina's top lawman to spread the word. ...of law and order. cruz and attorney general alan wilson are talking about american rights, the
constitution and the law at a forum this afternoon. our charles molienaux joins us from usc. it starts at 3:45 this afternoon at the usc alumni center on senate street. the event is being hosted by the
leadership project. ted cruz is seen as one of the frontrunners for the gop nomination. for weeks, he has been trading barbs on the campaign trail with donald trump. today, however, he sat down to discuss issues for south carolina attorney general alan wilson. it is part of the clp's ninth presidential forum and
of there by late friday night. saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon. the daytime high will reach the low 50s. in the republican race for the white house, donald trump looks
possibly win all of the early primaries. he struck a blow in last night's debate against ted cruz...his strongest challenger in iowa...the first state to vote steve handelsman, back from the debate, has the latest from washington nats trump so we have to get out
we're gotta win. we're gonna win!! donald trump campaigned in iowa where he's tied in the polls with ted cruz sot: donald trump "im going to be here so much over the next two weeks you are going to be sick journal poll. and figures he's got the nomination if he wins the lead off contest sot: donald trump "the fact is i think we can really come in first in iowa and then its off to the races" cruz campaigned in south carolina sot: ted cruz "a lot of peopled are waking up they are rising up and were gonna turn this country around" in last night's debate... trump scored when cruz accused him of having new york values sot: ted cruz "you know, i think most people know exactly what ny values are.hahahahaha"
sot: donald trump when the world trade center came down i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautiful, more humanely than new york. he'd hit a nerve here's the new york daily news hillary clinton tweeted: hillary clinton 1/15/16, 11:17 am just this once, trump's right: new yorkers value hard work, diversity, tolerance, resilience, and building better lives for our families. -h just this once trump's right in new hampshire today, marco rubio positions out of political calculation" targeting the chief challenger while chasing the frontrunner i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. and earlier today in north charleston, senator lindsey graham announced his endorsement for jeb bush. graham, who focused his own campaign on national security, said that bus is the person who will be ready on day one to be commander-in-chief. the former florida governor
for his endorsement and praised him on his foreign policy experience. "i have concluded without any hesitation without any doubt that jeb bush is ready on day one to be a commander in chief worthy of the sacrifices of the one percent who have been fighting this war. last night, he said, "i will have their backs," i believe he will." graham dropped his bid for the presidency back in december after failing to gain traction in the race. and the democrats are planning to come to columbia en masse next week. candidates hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley will be in columbia for king day at the dome 20-16 this coming monday. will whitson reports. all three democratic candidates will be descending on south carolina- the first time for both hillary clinton and martin o'malley in the new year- marking the final monthlong push leading
the big event to watch is the first in the south democratic debate sunday- all three candidates will take the stage at the gailliard center in downtown charleston- but o'malley will make some stops the day before the debate in the midlands- taking part in a town hall event at benedict college. all the candidates will also take part in the south carolina democratic party's first in the south dinner the night before the debate. on martin luther king day- hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley will also take part in the king day at the dome interviews with several gop candidates and an overall look at the race for president leading up to the south carolina primary. it's all happening saturday. civil rights leader jesse jackson announced today he's spearheading a lawsuit to sue south carolina for not expanding medicaid.
event at first nazareth baptist church in columbia. jackson who is the founder of the rainbow push coalition says the organization will file the lawsuit on behalf of south carolinians suffering from illnesses who do not get treatment because a facility does not accept medicaid. "we accept federal monies for the highways and the state highways, the military bases and prisons but not for the poor. it's our mission to defend the poor and deliver the needy and that is our mission and we shall file this lawsuit in the next couple of days." in 2013, governor haley denied to expand medicaid. wis reached out to her about jackson's plan, in a statement haley says... "while we respect rev. jesse jackson and his position, we disagree with it, and will continue to do what we have done for the last five years: focus on real, south carolina health solutions for our people." today and tomorrow you can get ideas for your home at the home and lifestyle show in columbia. joe pinner joins us from the fairgrounds.
of there by late friday night. saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon. the daytime high will reach the
luther king junior is tomorrow. the event starts at 8:30 at martin luther king junior park on greene street. it's hosted by the ''alpha phi alpha fraternity, inc''. and ''bridging the gap with alpha, inc'." please take nonperishables for the "honor the dream" food drive. coming up on wis--three big banks are collecting billions of dollars in atm and overdraft fees. which presidential candidates are vowing to make a change that could impact your wallet. plus--chipotle is shutting down
the chicago-based company has more than 19-hundred restaurants, including 17 outside the u.s. the company has been in the hotseat this past year...since chipotle was tied to series of disease outbreaks, including e- coli, salmonella and norovirus. all restaurants will close nationwide for several hours on february 8th. a-t-m and overdraft fees are costing americans so much money that they've become a presidential campaign issue. jp morgan chase... bank of america... and wells fargo made more than six-billion dollars last year in a-t-m and overdraft fees. presidential candidates are even express frustration over the fees. hillary clinton called a- t-m fees "usurious." and bernie sanders vowed that if he's elected president, he will cap them at two-dollars... instead of the average four dollars. amazon is offering a huge discount for its prime membership this weekend. the subscription fee will drop from 99 to 73-dollars. the promotion starts tonight at nine-pacific
only new customers can take advantage of the deal. amazon is celebrating the two golden globe wins for one of its original shows "mozart in the jungle." the first two seasons of the show will be free to anyone who wants to watch this weekend, even if you don't sign up for prime. google has announced a new feature in their maps app that can help you during your daily commute. android users have a new powerful tool in their google maps application. the new feature called "driving mode" google can give you eststated arrival times, traffic updates, nearby gas prices, and fastest routes to familiar places - all without entering an address. break the famous '70s tv star dan
haggerty had been fighting cancer for the last few months. he starred in the 1977 hit tv show "the life and times of grizzly adams" as the lovable mountain man whose best friend was a grizzly bear. he also guest starred on several tv shows like "chips" and "charlie's angels." flags flew at half mast in montreal's city hall last night in honor of the husband of singer celine dion, ren\ ang\lil, who died a ahome in the u-s. he died after battling cancer.r. dion and angelil met when she was 12 years- old. they married in 1994. the couple has three children together-- a 14- year-old and five-year-old
boy nick carter was released from a florida jail after posting a 15-hundred dollar bail. police say they arrested carter wednesday night after he punched a bouncer at a saloon in key west. carter and his friend are each charged with one count of misdemeanor battery. matthew perry will not attend a tribute to the late t-v director james burrows, despite hopes that all six stars of "friends" would reunite for it. perry's spokesperson says it's because he's in london for rehearsals for his play, "the end of longing." she said he may tape something for the tribute. the hit sitcom ran from 19-94 to 2004. the burrows special airs sunday, february 21st on n-b-c. a st. louis dad decided to go the corporate route when his son asked for an advance on his allowance.
was met with this denial letter from the ceo of "dad savings and loan" complete with the institution's letterhead and slogan- the denial cited the son's history of not doing chores. but the letter says he can appeal to the complaint department-- uh, that would be ...mom. thanks for joining us for the news at 5. we'll be right back.
staple and the questions a midlands town has after wal-mart announced it is shutting the doors on a store there. praise and potshots after her state of the union response. but today---haley again dialing down any interest in becoming veep. i'm jack kuenzie--with more on news ten. the low will cross through sc today and deliver 1" rain totals in most areas with highs in the 40s and 50s. the rain associated with the system will be out of there by late friday night. good evening and welcome to the news at six. i'm judi gatson. i'm dawndy mercer plank, thanks for joining us. residents of leesville are fighting plans to build a rock quarry near their homes. vulcan materials is looking to close down