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just like the experts said over the weekend. we will see if that can happen again. live from wach fox studios, this is 10. we begin tonight with new developments in the shooting at columbiana mall. they have not been able to find any shell casings after that ordeal. everything played out just before 7 pm and two men's -- two men got into a fight and pulled out guns and starting -- started shooting. >> cares what we do know tonight. authorities found these airsoft guns in the area around the mall. they found the guns stashed in a book bag. they result -- they resemble an assault weapon and a handgun. it is not clear if the items
>> tonight, melanie barden talk to a person trapped inside. >> we were there about 30 minutes, but in that situation, it feels like forever.>> reporter: matt jones is remembering the 30 minutes he was barricaded in the back of his store on saturday night. he works at gnc and had never been involved in anything like it. >> we heard some really loud noises and were not sure where it was coming from. >> reporter: jones said he and his coworkers knew their best bet was to hide. >> we saw people running and then we heard more loud banging. tables were being knocked over. we just jumped into action. >> reporter: that is one the employees barricaded the door and got as many people inside as possible.>> we just made sure that nobody could come in and we did not allow anybody to go out. >> reporter: according to the -- according to jones, they did
he is happy with how the mall has handled the situation and hopes new plans will be put in place in case something like this ever happens again.>> that is melanie barden reporting. here is the timeline on how we got here. at 7 pm, a fistfight broke out between a group of men at columbiana mall. two of those men involved began shooting. the police responded to the incident and surrounded the area. the hardest and exit was blocked off. two hours later, officers were still helping people and injuring everyone's safety. no one was injured. cheap the police said this was an isolated video and the surveillance video does not show much material evidence. the police have a description of the suspects, but no arrests have been made. a camden police officer has been arrested after he was seen watching pornography and fondling himself. this officer was charged friday
someone saw them parked in his cruiser at camden public park. they saw him touching himself while watching a video on his personal cell phone. if convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison. a palin woman is in jail tonight after authorities say she was involved in a crash that killed a newborn baby. she is charged after the february 13 wreck. mills crossed the center lane and hit a pickup truck head-on. a husband and wife expecting a child were in the truck there because of the crash, the woman went into early labor and the child was delivered at a nearby hospital and put on life support. authorities say that the baby died two days later. mills is in the lexington county jail tonight. a driver is in the hospital after their car flipped on fuji street this afternoon. it is causing major traffic delays. right now, we do not know the
investigating. what wrote -- wet roadways did not have out. rainfall all day and we continue shower activity. the doppler radar is even showing an isolated thunderstorm that is working through saluda county and some heavier downpours with a. nothing severe with this round of shower activity but we do have some flashes of lightning and rumbling of under. mild temperatures, upper 50s to around 60 degrees. we will see these numbers to -- slowly dropping before they bottom out and stay in that lower 50 range. in fact, 53 well not only be the low for tonight, but it will -- 53 will not only be the high that will -- but it will be the low for tonight. it will be the temperature most of the day on tuesday. we have the faulk out there as well. we are in an active weather pattern. we're going into the wedge
cold temperatures, they are going to be the case for the tuesday before they push out for severe weather chance come wednesday. we will talk about that and the full forecast later on. the state has made its pick for president in the republican race. we're not done with the candidates. >> on the democratic side of things, demi -- hillary clinton and bernie sanders are focusing on the democratic mary. clinton is coming off of a when, and bernie sanders is down big and the south carolina polls.shelli adamczyk has more. >> reporter: south carolina voters spoke on saturday giving donald trump's second win of the primary season. if the state's history is any indicator, he could ride that momentum to the gop nomination. however, marco rubio has been rising ever since governor nikki haley endorsed him just
barely edging ted cruz for second place. >> tonight, here in south carolina, the message is pretty clear. this country is now ready for a new generation of conservatives to guide us into the 21st century.>> reporter: now it is the democrats turn after finishing their that -- push in nevada. hillary clinton and bernie sanders camps or sweeping through south carolina which is a launching pad to help secure the democratic nomination. after a record number of ballots coast -- republicans cast ballots, they are predicting strong voter turnout this weekend.>> there are people who are out of work and jobs are very important. health care is very important. education is important, investing in our roads and of the structure. all of those things are important so you cannot look at the short term.>> reporter: right now, bernie sanders trails clinton and -- by 24 points in the most recent south
democrat say after trump's when on saturday, they are hoping voters. >> looking at the big picture, i think it is important that we look beyond our set of circumstances or where we are but look at the big picture.>> number becomes very clear after south carolina voters have to the polls.i am shelli adamczyk with wach fox news the deadline to mail in your ballot is tomorrow. you have to get it in by 7 pm or postmarked within. you can vote in person absentee leading up to saturday at your county election office until 5 pm on friday, february 26. just a few days from now.>> it will be here before you know it. meanwhile, last saturday's numbers were almost predicted to a t. wasn't a
really work? wach fox tara pettit. she dug into the numbers and want to see if we will be spot in -- spot on this week. >> reporter: several factors are studied to bring the figures that we see updated every day during an election. how often are the polls wrong? i dug into the question today to find out the accuracy of polling. right now the polls show that hillary clinton has a 20 point edge over bernie sanders in south carolina. that could all change come saturday according to usc political science professor bob: dick.>> if we see two sides breaking the polls, we will see a difference on saturday. they've -- >> reporter: the look of multiple demographic's, including age, race sex and religion.
can be some of the variables that can calls polls to get things wrong. one instance of polls being far off base happened during the 2008 primary season. one week before the election, all of the polls showed barack obama would when new hampshire coming off of a victory in iowa. but the undecided vote through everyone for a loop giving clinton they went.>> on saturday, about 55% of the vote will be african-american. in that community, clinton will be 70% of the vote.>> reporter: for bernie sanders, what happens with the youth vote? bernie sanders is receiving a large portion of the vote from the younger crowd.>> reporter: there would have to be a major event this week for the odds to go and bernie sanders favor. just like in 2008, you cannot always trust the polls.
pettit, wach fox news coming up tomorrow, a democratic town hall meeting. both will answer questions from palmetto state voters before they head to the poll on saturdays. that townhall is from 8 pm to 10 pm on tuesday night.>> as we lead up to saturday, we will have you covered on wach.com. still to come tonight, guns in america. the survivors of the sandy hook shooting massacre filed a lawsuit that could make history. we will take a look at that coming up. uber driver accused in the deadly shooting rampage appears in court that have police found
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making national headlines tonight, family members of the sandy hook shooting victims are filing a lawsuit against remington. and man fired more than 100 shots within ar 15 automatic rifle and connecticut. an attorney representing the families of nine families and a teacher, that case could make history if it goes to trial. the 2005 federal law grants gun manufacturers immunity from criminal misuse of their products. there is an exception called negligent entrustment. also tonight, the man who opened fire in kalamazoo michigan has admitted to that crime.>> six people were killed and two others injured.
is in court.>> reporter: 45- year-old jason dalton appear before a judge on monday, two days after a shooting spree in kalamazoo, michigan.>> you understand the charges being made against you? map and a maximum sentence as stated?>> reporter: prosecutors are charging dalton with six counts of murder, two counts of assault with intent to commit murder and eight firearm related cows. dalton opened fire at three locations over the course of seven hours on saturday night, picking up uber fares in between shootings. a total of eight people were shot, six of them kill. >> i said you are not the shooter, are you? and he said, no. and i said, are you sure? and he said, no. i am just tired. i've been writing for seven hours.>> reporter: the first shooting was at an apartment
several times. later, he's -- a shot and killed a father and son at an auto dealership. a third location was in front of a cracker barrel. the only person who survived was a 14-year-old. condolences came from barack obama as he addressed the shooting in a governors conference.>> on saturday, another group of families was -- had their lives shattered by gun violence.>> uber had received a complaint on saturday night about dalton's driving. they have referred questions to law enforcement. dalton cleared a background check and was approved to be a
last june's tragedy at ame, a scholarship was started from donations of money raised from the "i believe" license plate. the seminary awarded the first ame -- emanuel ame scholarship. the awardee was honored tonight.>> to think about how much tragedy and the lives that were lost, i think it is a great way to recognize those emanuel nine members who died in that tragedy.>> it will give $1000 to a recipient every year. midlands technical college celebrating black history month. and sits on what once was the campus of a junior college that served african-american students.
documentary, and celebrated. >> it means everything to me because it was home. it was my first home. i've loved -- i lived in that dormitory for 13 years. that was home for me.>> it was founded in 1882 in abbeville south carolina but was relocated in 2011. >> even the rain could not stop them today. >> now they had their celebration. there is much more ahead tonight including a set -- a tim scott. he is about to have a competition at the ballot box. the gop presidential candidates fire verbal blows before facing off at the nevada caucus. we have showers out there with rumbles of thunder. we will let you know how this impacts your tuesday, and the talk of severe weather.
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i want to take on. to root out all of these barriers... and together we will make progress. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. welcome back, friends. we do have some shower activity as you watch the skywach doppler radar.
northern midlands. parts of fairfield county over toward new burke -- newberry that -- newberry county. we had a rumble of sumter's just west of chapin. this is nothing severe but heavy down -- downpours over chapin right now. right along 26. jenkinsville also getting some decent rainfall at this 10:00 our as well as ridgway, -- ridgeville -- ridgway. if you are traveling in either direction, give yourself extra time. we have fog out there too. the fog will be with us throughout tomorrow. if it is not raining, there will be fog and locations. we have ample moisture. we have all of this moisture that is continuing to work in from the west. it is a one, two punch. the area of low pressure will
the second one will have the most impact -- intense impact with stronger storms as we head into wednesday. that is when we could see the chance of maybe some severe weather. we cannot rule out some damaging winds and tornadoes with this too. wednesday is what we are keeping a watchful eye on with all of this energy that has to pass through the region. right now, 50s and 60s. we will see the numbers falling into the low 50s.future wach, as far as the weather goes, as we get into that wedge pattern, when the cold air gets trapped on the backside of appalachians, we see temperatures well below the average. the models have a hard time addressing the. the models are aggressive with tomorrow's temperatures. we see the rain off and on but i do not see us moving from 53 degrees throughout the day. not making it to the 60s. jumping institute -- jumping into wednesday, every go with the strongest part of the storm to run through the area.
punch as it moves through. with advanced the timing from 11 pm to 2 pm -- 11 am to 2 pm. 53 will be the high and low tomorrow. 65 on wednesday. the thunderstorms are with us. as far as your impact forecast goes, 11:00 to 2 o'clock with damaging winds. unfortunately, we will have to keep a watchful eye for tornadoes followed by flooding. 50 as we dry out on thursday. on friday, we are drive. 53 degrees. a beautiful weekend as we start another warming trend. we are getting mild heading into next week. we're going to be on a roller coaster the next few days. >> nothing new they are. >> we are watching the next 48 hours. this thing will bring everything from a chance of severe weather here for
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and there are far too many of you- she understands that our country can't reach its potential unless we all do. together. a stronger country. a pleasant evening to you. thank you for joining us for wach fox sports. this past weekend, the gamecocks bask multibit the hardwood. they had suffered two losses in a row. this
team meant a lot for both teams. they were trying to get this game. they made changes in the lineup.
said they better step it up. it paid off for the gamecocks. frank talk today about that and about facing upcoming tennessee.>> there are times that your team plays hard but does not play well. as a coach, you are always trying to get your team to play hard and play well. you have to connect those too. competing is not diving on the ball. competing is doing everything the right way, whether it is screening, understanding the play, rebounding when you have a chance, making a chip -- making a shot when it is your turn to make a shot. when you say compete, it embodies every one of those things. we played hard that game, but we did not compete. the first weekend in college baseball. the gamecocks call -- taking on albany this we can. they swept them.
the gamecocks getting ready for out-of-state. we will talk about those young guns and how well they place this past weekend. >> it was a great weekend for us. the kids played clean baseball other than what we did in the first inning. that is not typical of us. we pride ourselves on playing conservative defense, and we got a little out of character there. we rebounded well amazed -- made nice place over the weekend. we thought our pitchers were outstanding. it was great to see taylor threw the ball the way that he did today. he had command of the strike zone and used all of his pitches very well.>> out-of- state tomorrow, first pitch at 4 pm.
victory in nascar. you are watching pedal to the metal with derek phillips. >> welcome to pedal to the metal. i'm derek phelps. you could not ask for a more exciting finish. a photo finish. a difference of 1/100 of a second. the closeness and daytona 500 history. >> it is the pinnacle of my career, for sure. i have.got a championship yet so this is the biggest win for myself. it is just the circumstances. jd gibbs who found me 13 years ago, it is his birthday today. he has been so pivotal to myself and my team.>> this man had a front row seat and had his thoughts.>> we had them on
tonight, charleston pastor is challenging tim scott for his senate seat in november. pastor thomas a dixon announced his decision today. he is a community activist and a democrat. scott is a republican and has served since 2000 served since 2013. dixon says he is running because he wants to represent people who feel they are overlooked by current elected officials.>> a man who many of you know is a tireless advocate against violence, against crime, and against the things that go along with it. a man who will fight for anyone who has been unfairly treated.>> scott was elected to the senate in 2014. he is the first african- american to win a statewide race since the reconstruction era this year. he is on the ballot again
sunday was quite a day for a 106 rolled woman who got to visit the white house. bridger and -- virginia mclaurin not only got to visit president obama and the first later, she showed her excitement by dancing. lauren, at the white house, to celebrate black history month. 106 on the social media campaign. donald trump winning the south carolina primary for the republic since -- for the republicans. nearly 140,000 people cast votes. the numbers shattered the previous numbers.
came man at the bottom of the votes. the gop hopefuls are now focusing on nevada. the candidates just keep firing potshots at each other as they look to win support.>> we just have one after another.>> reporter:'s out -- donald trump taking a south carolina. they had to nevada. with the top three contenders sharpening their attacks -- >> who would say liar liar. >> -- marco rubio calling foul.>> in this case, he goes after my faith.>> reporter: that is just after ruby --
ted cruz spokesperson made a false statement about rubio.>> even if it was true, we're not a campaign that is going to question the faith of another candidate.>> reporter: after saying that rubio is eligible for the presidency, trump raising some doubt. >> i am not familiar with marcos circumstances.>> i'm going to spend zero time with regards to his interpretation and eligibility.>> reporter: the gop front runners also stirring the pot with cruz. he stated that he lost votes with evangelicals because he is a world-class liar. it is a eating frenzy adjusting to the race without jeb brute -- jeb bush.
oriented, and he is gunning for jeb bush's big dollar donors.>> we felt that a lot of the people that were on jeb steam, we are going to welcome on our team.>> reporter: rubio has obtained for big backers from the bush campaign, and while rubio indicates times will be changing.>> trump, erratic, unreliable. crews, calculated, underhanded. in the meantime, john hasek is in a little bit of -- john k sick is in a little bit of hot water. he had to explain that his campaigns of always been run by grassroots supporters.>> we
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sky watch weather with chief meteorologist henry rothenberg, and sports with corey miller. this is wach fox news at 10. the rates of hpv infection has drop since the cdc recommended a vaccine. the study looked at four types of the virus. two of which are responsible for 66% of cervical cancer in the united states. in six years, researchers solve the rate dropped from 11.5% to 4.3% for women between the ages of 20 and 24, that rate fell from 18.5% to 12.1%. also tonight, workplace wellness programs have become a common way for employers to make for healthier employees. meaning of these initiatives involve giving away something that we all love, money. >>'s sounds good to me. but is there a smarter way to go about this? andrew spencer has more in
reporter: employers want healthier employees. workplace wellness programs are hot. according to the studies in internal medicine, more than 80% of big companies are offering some sort of financial incentive to get workers to enter -- participate. looking at how they can be more effective, they gave 300 people a 7000 step goal. the study participants were broken into groups. one got $1.40 for each day they hit the 7000 step goal. the second groups participants were entered into a daily lottery. they could only win if they met the goal the day before. the third received $42 up front each month with the caveat the participants lost $1.40 for each day they failed to meet -- made that 7000 step goal. what did researchers find? the group that was threatened with losing money exercise more. it is all about how the reward is framed adding that our
avoid losing things that we liked immediate gratification of getting things up front. >> incentives can do wonderful things. >> definitely. i need to improve my steps.>> you have been counting your steps?>> i have.>> hair -- henry, how are your steps coming?>> might is going to be finding a parking place close to the door and sprint. we will talk more about this when wach fox news returns. afood meals starting at just $4.99, no one does seafood like d's! try our new home-style flounder meal or double dozen shrimp. or our grilled menu, featuring new tuscan tilapia. each with two sides and hush puppies. for full meals starting at $4.99,
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fairfield county. were starting to get closer to the edge of northern richland and northern lexington counties. you can see around chapin and over toward jenkinsville, heavier showers. chapin starting to quiet down. we have thunder off to our west but that has moved out. up towards winnsboro, we're seeing some light rainfall in the ridgeway area and down toward blythewood as well. all of this moisture is trailing back towards the gulf. acrossed the gulf coast states are's -- area is where we have the low pressure. the low-pressure centers bring that up through the golf -- golf. it is keeping us on this call pattern that were going to be in on the backside of the appellations. it is known as a wedge pattern. the second one keeps more moisture in and helps push this wedge pattern out of here and gives us the chance of stronger
60 degrees in columbia. 61 in lexington. it is 59 in camden. 54 in newberry. 50s and 60s. the model runs tonight. well temperatures fall to around 58, was showers off and on and fall, we will be dealing with not a lot of movement in the numbers. future wach in this model is a little too aggressive in pumping these numbers up. i do not think that we will see a lot of movement. we will see the off and on showers with some fog. wednesday, 7 am, we have a strong storm moving through i 20 and aiken county. it is not keeping that line together as we get through the midday hours. it is push the timing up of the chance of any stronger storms as we head into wednesday. it is something we will have to keep a watchful eye on. the threat is there between 11 am to 2 pm to see stronger storms in the area. the next three days, we go from 63 to 65 and then dry and 50.
closely. of timing works out on this, when this stronger line moves through at midday, this could bring damaging winds to the area, and we could see a torn attic threat and flooding with heavier downpours. it is warming is we had toward the weekend with abundant sunshine and mild under a mostly cloudy sky going into the first part of next week. let's just get through the next couple of days before we reset the temperatures and dry out and warm into the weekend. this is wach fox news at 10.
return. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america
they played hard in the basketball game put -- but just not well enough. they come off of a big win in florida and tennessee will be here at the cla. the gamecocks need to get this victory. the chances of making the ncaa tournament looking very good, but can they continue the mojo. we have more of the preview of this matchup. >> reporter: fresh off of a's trip -- thrilling overtime when. they head back to take on tennessee at the cla. a place where the gamecocks have been dominant. 14-1 and averaging 13,000 in attendance. the players are feeding off of that energy. >> were definitely happy that the crowds are supporting his. in close games, hearing the fans just get out of their proceeds and chairs, that is what we need to finish the game.>> reporter: they look to avenge the loss to the volunteers earlier this season
martin says despite the balls being undersized, they are one of the most physical teams in secretary play. >> last year, we did not compete. fisher, we have to compete and do a better job of all of the jobs.>> reporter: some potential good news is that the bollards may not have kevin fuller this trip. he is dealing with a stress fracture in his foot. reporting from the cla, derek phelps with wach fox sports. tuscaloosa and alabama, with trophy in hand. how with a respond if alabama is playing with a lot of young players. the girls are getting ready to go into an arena of 3800. about 1000 people in attendance tonight. for the gamecocks, does not
there heading to the ncaa tournament. dozier city is back in the lineup. tiffany mitchell early in the ball graham, she is being assertive early. nice pass. nice scoop, basket is good. gamecocks leading early this ball game. alabama trying to come back, but the gamecocks putting pressure on them early and the ballgame. asia wilson good with the left hand. she will have another double double in this basketball game. watch this nice strip. dish, layup, good. the gamecocks harassing alabama on defense. they shot 28%. watch this pass, behind the back of tiffany mitchell, the left hand, it is good. the gamecocks lead big in this basketball game. they were all over the crimson
alabama -- the gamecocks beat alabama. >> we got it done. i would like to see the turnovers down a lot more, and i would like to see as convert a little bit more in transition.>> they really play both sides of the ball. that is what i have been looking for. our team to play a solid 40 minutes, no matter what the score is. the coat set a high of 18 points. tiffany mitchell in double figures as well. asia dozier, she hit a three point ball early in the game. the gamecocks are on the road again with ole miss. and them back in the home
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