tv WIS News 10 Midday NBC February 5, 2016 12:00pm-12:30pm EST
this is a look at highway 321 near the lexington industrial park....where two vehicles collided just after 3 this morning. 21-year-old derious sutton is charged with felony dui involving death. the highway patrol says sutton was traveling south in the northbound lane when the head-on collision happened. he is scheduled to be in bond court at 3 pm. the name of the person killed has not been released. we're working to learn more about a crash that killed a pedestrian in it happened just after 7:30 last night on highway 45. the highway patrol says the driver of a car hit a person walking in the road. the pedestrian died at the scene. the driver of the car was not hurt. one person is dead and two others seriously injured after a crane collapsed in new york city. it happened around 8:30 in the city's tribeca neighborhood. video from the scene shows the crane upside down and on top of several cars. several nearby buildings were more than 100 firefighters and are at the scene.
caused the crane to collapse. a man is recovering after a dangerous rescue in washington state. crews hoisted him off the side of a dam after he spent five days stuck on a mountain. authorities say the 41- year old man is homeless -- and that he jumped a fence and planned to set up camp there. even after days with little food or water -- the man only had minor injuries. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the upper 20s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday giving us some clouds and a 30% chance of the system pulls out quickly on sunday. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures. it has been one year since a murder-suicide at usc's
it has been one year since a murder-suicide at usc's arnold school of public health. professor raja fayad was killed in a lab on february health. professor raja fayad was killed in a lab on february 5th, 2015. authorities say he was shot by his ex-wife sunghee kwon, who then killed herself. according to the university's website, fayad's research at usc explored colon cancer prevention and development, as well as the structure of crohn's disease. the victim in a shooting in hopkins is listed in critical condition.
responded to a "shots fired" call around 8 last night at jadetree and auburn leaf drive. a male shooting victim was found inside a white honda civic that had the back windshield shattered. if you have information on this shooting -- call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. a man remains in jail this afternoon in connection to the murder of a midlands motorcyclist. last month, investigators found adrian silva. he had been shot multiple times while riding his motorcycle on long green parkway in columbia. the sheriff's department announced thursday that vincent may has been charged with obstruction of justice in the case. they haven't released exact details on why may was arrested, but say he's been ordered not to have contact with the victim's family. his bond has been set at 25-thousand dollars. the music world is mourning the loss of maurice white. white was the founder of the band earth, wind and fire which has sold more than 90 million albums. the 74 year old died at his los wednesday. white suffered from parkinson's disease and kept out of the public eye even as the band he founded kept performing.
into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2000. bmx rider dave mirra is dead in suicide. his body was found inside a truck in greenville, north carolina. officials say he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. mirra was perhaps best- known for competing in the x-games where he won medals each year from 19-95 to 2008 --- including 14 gold medals. dave mirra was 41. the smoke is clearing from last night's democratic presidential debate. hillary clinton and bernie sanders squared off in the final showdown before the new hampshire primary tuesday. it's a state where sanders has a big lead. nbc's andrea mitchell looks at the highlights. about the issues that divide us! / bernie: let's talk about - let's talk about! clinton and sanders - in their most combative debate yet: sanders: "secretary clinton does represent the establishment...i represent -- i hope --
the debate quickly exploded in a fiery clash over her ties to wall street - hundreds of thousands of dollars in speaking fees - and his demands for campaign finance say it directly in recent weeks and let's talk about the issues. sanders: 21:15:24 what we need to do is stand up to the say, say it directly in recent weeks and let's talk about the issues. sanders: 21:15:24 what we need to do is stand up to the big money interests and the campaign contributors and when we do that we can transform america under scrutiny for paid speeches to goldman sachs - and dozens of other groups - clinton ducked a question about whether she'd make those speech transcripts public: sot: chuck: in full disclosure, would you release all of them? clinton: i will look into it. i don't know the status but i 21:16:26 bernie: there's nothing wrong with being a moderate you can't be a moderate, you can't be a progressive. hillary: senator, that in your definition, as you being the self- proclaimed gatekeeper for progressivism, i don't know
who fits that definition. sanders - a self-described democratic socialist - questioned about how he could lead the democratic party if elected: 21:21:31 bernie: i am running for president as a democrat. / clinton was again pressed over the controversy surrounding her private emails - 22:31:18 hillary: i think the american people will know it's an absurdity - i have absolutely no concerns about it what-so-ever. bernie: i will not politicize it. despite calls to review the razor-thin iowa caucus results - we need 2,500 delegates to win the nomination. this is not the biggest deal in the world." again, that was andrea mitchell reporting. clinton is campaigning today with women senators and governors in an effort to cut into sanders' new hampshire lead. sanders is slightly ahead among overall women, but far ahead with young female voters. donald trump is back in the palmetto state today. his campaign is holding a rally
florence. the event is set for 7 pm and wis will be there. after that, trump's focus will be back on new hampshire, where the primary is just four days away. and the latest gop poll shows trump in the front with 30 percent support. he's followed by marco rubio and ted cruz. wis will be there for the new hampshire primary. starting monday, our will whitson will be providing live coverage. be sure to stay with wis for complete decision 2016 coverage all the way through primary season. i have my red on today, do you? the american heart association has declared today "national go red for women day" to raise women's awareness of their heart health. heart disease is the number one killer of all women. in addition to family history, smoking and diabetes, a woman's heart disease risk increases with high blood pressure during pregnancy, gestational diabetes and depression. the american heart association encourages visit with a doctor-- to discuss individual risks.
of council chambers...councilwoman tameika isaac devine and the city of columbia are holding a news conference and community photo session. share your pictures with us by tweeting at wis-10. you can also use the hashtag "go red columbia." still ahead on the news at noon... it's a big weekend of activities in honor of black history month. we'll learn about the 12th annual statewide black history parade and festival....where you'll get to see a familiar, famous face. that's coming up in today's talk of the town. and later, we're on the ground in san francisco for super bowl 50. hear from fans seeking that lucrative ticket to the big break one
are oveta glover, who is the president of funds inc. and singer angie stone. karamu!!!karamu!!!cele brate!!celebrate!! the word "karamu" is swahili meaning "celebration or feast". -the parade & festival saturday, february 6, 2016 at 12:00pm; it will begin at the corner of harden and hampton streets near allen university in and end at martin luther king park, 2300 greene street. -we are asking that you register your church, group, school, band or organization to participate. this years grand marshal is r&b artist angie stone
will be held on saturday, feb. 6, 2015, 3:30pm -5:30pm at martin luther king park, featuring sunday best winner joshua rogers. -parade participants are asked to depict someone of black history and represent that/those person in the parade and festival by distributing information to the spectators about that/those person as they proceed in the parade or vend at the festival. -decorated trucks, cars, bikes, are welcome and encouraged to participate. participants and will highlight sc local youth gospel artist/groups. -this year's theme "youth will make the difference 2016" is prevent future complications. -if you have any questions please contact us @ 803-361-5470 or email email@example.com. time now for a check of your
final days--and hours---to the 50th annual game. nbc's jay gray is among the frenzy near "super bowl city" in downtown san francisco. :00 :09 :29 atural sound yeah.. football is a big deal in the bay area this week.. but for many.. nats pop cooking food is still the biggest game in town.. sound tim zahner -chief marketing officer, sonoma county tourism:09-:16 san francisco is a food lover's
bad restaurant here because those ones go out of business very quickly from the wine country - through fisherman's wharf.. this is a foodie paradise.. and while the traditional super bowl fare might be burgers.. nachos.. and wings.. for the big game here.. that just won't work.. sound parke ulrich - executive chef, epic :29- :43 "don't get me wrong, i love my wings and nachos too but there's not always a place for that, we step it up a bit . from the exclusive.. eclectic restaurants - with stunning views.. to street-side cafe's.. grills and markets.. the key ingredient is keeping things local.. and fresh.. sound parke ulrich - executive chef, epic :54- :109 "so we are drawing on a lot of different cultures for flavors and the freshness, all the produce is grown within 2 hours of here. you try to let that shine. try not to mess it up with heavy sauces and things like that." a "recipe" for a super weekend.. natural sound - kitchen jay gray - nbc news - san francisco. wis is on the road to the super bowl!
california keeping us updated on the carolina panthers as they prepare to take on the denver broncos. our live coverage from santa clara starts at 4 pm right here on wis. with football coming to an end, that means baseball season is almost here. hold another round of pre- season scrimmages at founders park. the first is this afternoon at 3 o'clock. that's moved up from the original time of 4 o'clock. saturday's game is at 1 o'clock -- 1:30 on sunday. all three scrimmages are free. stay with us. we'll be back with a look at the usc women's basketball team. plus, a final check of your forecast. when the republicans weren't going after president obama they were coming after me. his attorney general. in the cabinet, i served with hillary clinton.
of the nation and the political class turn to our beloved palmetto state. we've already had a taste of it in the past few months, but get ready for the full course meal in the next two and a half weeks. but we have to be honest, we have a bit of a bad taste in our mouths seeing the rhetoric coming from some of these candidates. presidential candidate : "i really don't think these attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. and enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it, presidential candidate : "instead of arguing about definitions, let's talk about what we should do." presidential candidate : you began it yesterday with your comments," -ted cruz: "kill all the terrorists." -donald trump: "total and
entering the united states." -dr. ben carson: "obamacare is the worth thing to happen since slavery." -jeb bush: "hell yeah i would kill baby hitler." -carly fiorina "fully formed fetus on the table." remember when political campaigns were about platforms and not about rhetoric? let's think about the word "platform" for a moment. we live in an age where that concept might seem quite foreign to the younger voters. millennials, which are now becoming the largest voting bloc in the country, have grown up in an age where soundbite candidacies for political office have reigned supreme instead of learning about the delicate intricacies and differences between the candidates. campaigns were once carefully put together and molded around the leadership skills of men and women above their ability to make inflammatory and often unfounded comments. now, we listen often times in
as well-funded candidates for the nation's most important job work to come up with the most ridiculous policies or campaign ideas in order to receive coverage that the 24-hour news networks have voraciously been willing to give. well, we're not going to be part of that here at wis. in the next few weeks, you will receive in-depth coverage on the presidential campaign that you deserve over the soundbites and hollow comments. it is part of our mission here to be "the standard of excellence in the midlands" that also applies to campaign coverage. we will live up to that standard. back to south carolina with our campaign coverage, we hope to help you make an informed decision for the primaries. the palmetto state will soon shoulder a tremendous responsibility. as an informed electorate, it's up to you to not only take full advantage of your right, but to also set the tone for the rest of the nation. don't be blinded by advertisements, silly platitudes, or empty rhetoric. let's show the nation how it's done.
the colonial life arena is sure to be rocking monday night when uconn comes to town. in their final game before that 1-vs-2 showdown, the gamecocks hosted kentucky in front of a packed crowd at colonial life arena. a scary moment in the first half when star senior guard tiffany mitchell goes down hard, hurting her back. she would not return to the game, but coach dawn staley expects her to be okay. the gamecocks beat the wildcats, 78 to 68. alaina coates scored 27 points in the winning effort. "i thought overall, blocked shots rebounding, finishing in the paint, just timely.
monday's game is set for 7 pm. the colonial life arena is sure 7 pm. the colonial life arena is sure to be jam packed. if you can't make it there, you can catch the action on espn 2. a fantastic friday with a return to sunshine. mostly sunny , breezy and cool with highs in the lower 50s. clear, cold tonight, lows in the upper 20s mostly sunny tomorrow, highs lower 50s. it's looking like low pressure forms off the coast late saturday into sunday