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counted and the voters of new hampshire have spoken. >> the results went as many expected in both parties. on the republican side, trump getting more than 30% of the vote and had a double digit lead. and the second place leader was the leader john kasich. and a sixth place finish caused chris kristy and he's going back to new jersey tonight to reevaluate his campaign. well sanders, won tonight with more than 60% of the vote. both men addressed a conference tonight and say that people are ready for something new in washington.
you we're not going to forget you. >> we won because we harnessed the energy that we need in november. >> new hampshire is in the books and our candidates are heading our way. michael is the director and he's the guest tonight. any surprises for you? >> well i think that everybody thought that trump would get it. and kasich getting second i think that's a reason to stay in the race for now. rubio under performed a lot.
that really needs to do well? >> well it's more than one, rubio, bush, kasich and trump will be the long haul candidate and cruz and trump are in the same lane and everybody else is competing for the oxygen. >> and michael, when it comes to the democrats is it a done deal for clinton? well it's not a done deal for
sanders and the clinton candidates bring it --. and you don't know what you'll get in south carolina until it gets to the last couple of weeks and that's where you saw in 2008, that's where the real push starts and people get excited and go out to vote. it's going to be very excites and i'll tell you it's exciteds for exciting for them. >> our chuck, has more on this. >> now i'm not. >> no, i'm not at all certain who i'm voting for. >> reporter: it's almost time to cast their vote for the
voters haven't made up their mind. >> i am really undecided because i'm not sure if they're just going to say that so when they get into office, they might change their whole the platform. >> reporter: he's not sure who to trust there and they promise you the moon and then leave you alone at the prom. >> i don't completely agree with anyone, 100% and everybody is too extreme and for, example, trump and clinton on the other side. >> i agree with some of the points that two of the candidates have made but i also strongly disagree. >> reporter: so we asked what it take to get their vote. >> the refugees and
that we don't let anybody in, but not just anybody in here --. >> the minimum wage. >> and i'm looking for integrity and backbone. >> reporter: and it could be weeks before they make up their minds. >> following tonight's results we now know who will take part in the saturday gop debate, trump, kasich, cruz and rubio and bush and this is first time carson has not been invited. you can watch that debate here on wltx 19. we still have clouds around
of some very light snow from northern -- fairfield county across kershaw county and it seems to be diminishing right now. we're into the cloudy skies and the temperatures are at 33 degrees. it's making it feel like it's 24 degrees. tonight, we expect a decrease in the clouds and tomorrow it will be sunny and mostly sunny but cold. the full forecast is coming up in a bit. and the gonzalez gardens could be one step closer counting tonight. helping with the demolition fees. we were at the meeting and spoke with residents and council so what is next. >> reporter: the council has agreed to foot the bill with
>> with the residentses residents that live there are looking forward to moving. >> the president of two housing associations there, are looking forward to seeing a dramatic change. >> it's time that our local government look at the people that are affected by what's thesegardens. >> the columbia county has been asking them for help to tear it down. >> it has been proposed for the fees and obviously it costs money to put that into the landfill and the county owns one and there's a creative idea
>> reporter: if they aren't waved it could cost the city $900,000. they believe that the property values could increase and increase economic development not only in the city but the county as well. >> i think that it's something that could revitalize this area. >> they're waiting the hear back with a written agreement before approving the fees and we're expecting to hear back by next week. south carolina has sued the government now over an unfinished project. the lawsuit says that the government acted uncongress constitutional unconstitutionally and billions over budget. the federal government declined
more problems for the state roads systems. they spoke with federal lawmakers today and said if they don't start to invest in the roads it will cost more to rebuild them. hill gave an example, where the highway was so bad it had to be completely redone. they had questions for the d.o.t. tonight. >> 76,000 cars a car begging to go from 4 lanes to 6. and a major interstate highway, connecting charlotte, and nothing is fr?e-xudvhv=h)6zt+^er$g explain to me why? >> well to explain it -- you really have to understand that it goes back to the point that there's multiple agencies that
he wants senators to priority and that's the before discussion line. >> reporter: he wants them to have more money to the state's highways. 3 the director possible before public safety begins about appears headed to another four year on the job....that's to because the senate judiciary committee voted to advance leroy smith's confirmation. senators praised smith's leadership last year during four years, the debate over removing the confederate flag from statehouse grounds.however there him today. last year's debate highway patrol can't keep troopers and confederate flag and working to fix concerns that 3 patrol can't keep troopers tonight the low pay. tonight support for cancer survivors. it was the fat tuesday alala gathered in downtown columbia to raise the emcee of the event again survivors. i was v school jazz band played as of the cancer survivors enjoyed a mardi gras cajin the high alala cancer society masectomy played as bras...compression
enjoyed a all of the money raised all of the >> so as a breast cancer patient, they will need a bra. there about $415 alone, so if you were uninsured, that's a high cost to have all of the with something to feel tonight will go to provide support for cancer a woman. >> that was in our state. the money will be raised to help them get those iitems for free. and i won that nice wreath.
moved through that area and it was only a few miles wide. >> that's it? >> yeah. >> here in columbia the clouds are already breaking . >> and some people were asking for a snow day. >> but it will be cold and windy. >> there you go. >> well let's see what we saw today. the high temperatures were only around 44 sumter 33. the temperatures have dropped now. 34 in sumter now and up state, 23 degrees in rock hill. now the winds are still up this evening.
miles-per-hour and it feels like 24 in columbia. 30 degrees along the coast. here's the satellite here, and the band here is pretty much fading but we still have that band extending into the pd region and that will extend to the northeast. fairly large section here of north carolina has cleared out already. the main system a up over the great lakes and sending some high pressure there. the combination is bringing the cold wind down here well into the south. we have one system here, and there's plenty of cold air and it began in canada.
it -- and we're expecting low temperatures tonight of 34. 27 for columbia and 24 for sumpter. we'll see sunshine and 41 for a high. 43 in sumter and maybe 45 in manning. we'll see sunshine on thursday with a low of 23 and a high of 50. then another cold front will come through on saturday morning and it will start to turn colder. 49 degrees the high for the saturday. we'll get to about 24 degrees on monday, then, the clouds
it's 3 two days after super bowl 50, cam newton's performance on and off the field is still analyzed. all right two days after super bowl 50 cam newton's performance is still being scrutinized and it was clearly hard for him to take that loss. they have been debated him about whether he should have been answering them. >> who are you to say that your way is right? we have all these people that are condemning this but what makes your way right? um, i mean i have been on
loser" i'm not here to -- it's not a popularity contest. i'm here to win football games. for this organization and my teammates and my fans. they know what is real and i leave everything else out on the field. i prepare the right way and 3 cam's post game news have conference featured a lot of one-word clearly the loss was brutal but the sports talk shows have debated nfl mvp should have acted a little they meet those opinions as to how he shoudl conduct himself - even after the most disappointing night of his nfl career. won't bend or 3 well today >> rest of his panther teammates had the difficult task of cleaning out their lockers and looking ahead to 2016 and for them, trip to houston in february for super bowl 51. cleaning high school hopefully they hammond hosting cardinal newman -- seventh woods back from out of their past few gamesseventh to lucas prickett-- he drains the off the steal- shane o'connor gets it to christiaan jones-- he sinks the easy layupsecond half-- seventh woods-- he thinks aninjurery tonight. and getting to christian jones
easy for 3woods again-- second half, driving past two in the lane-- gets it to look easy. then woods again firepower - shake off that three. drives fast and gets the it a couple of for two. here come the hammond won in the cardinals new gym.tonight - and these two newman returns the favor by defending scisa state champs - 66-61 the final. couple senior night at brookland- cayce high school.a lot of beef on the court.keyshawn james played defended their title their the fotoball t won. was the quarterback.final regular season home game for the seniors who football team prior to tipoff with swansea. we will start with the bearcats on offense - kenny simmons - another senior - scores two of his t for the high 16 points.swansea head coach willie pretty good basketball players tonight. here's another senior, two of his 16 points. the coach careerswanseas ronnie hutchinson gives it up to keenan coates who gives it
gives bearcats come back with a nice delivery here comes the mike anderson who scores.now this game as tied at 12 in mic anderson who final the game quarter - the aforementioned kozie brow - from well beyond the arc - as the buzzer sounds. and the quarter 15-12 bearcats beyond the rolls - 63-37. they play arch rival airport friday night for second place in the region. 3 lexington at home taking on the south aiken, a wildcat win >> lexington would move them into a tie with the thoroughbreads for 2-nd in south bacon. moving into spencer bethea driving and finds darius bryant in the driving, finds bryant corner takes a dribble and the three hits from long range big night for himnow lexington down 58-56 late and its behtea lexington is down inbounding inbounding can't get the pass secure the pass and but gets tipped back to bethea for heading to bucket at nicely done at 58in the xtra peiord its bethea nice spin move to the bucket he had 7 belonged to bryant who surveys decides to drive and check out
scoup, he had 31 to lead everybodylexington wins 69-64, they'll play white belonginged to thursday night and won, 31 3 its been a big week for gameockc basketball on both the men lexington wins. they will but frank marti thursday night. a next on the docket as they host lsu tomorrow night.ben gamecocks here. they come to columbia hoping to defend their number one conference ranking.. but night. ben martin and company are looking to sit on top of the sec for the first time in the martin era.for many it may seem like a high pressure situation-- but for a cool, defend their win. for many collected frank- its nothing but excitement. of high pressure but for a cool and calm excited coach it's nothing but excitement. >> when you don't know what you eat for your next meal that's pressure. we're trying to survive and we should be extactic and that's all i've talked to them about.