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it includes money to give bus drivers raises and make the internet more accessible for kids at school and at home. and it makes struggling rural schools a priority. the governor proposed student debt forgiveness for new teachers who work 8 years in rural she also proposed setting aside up to 2 billion dollars for renovating and building new across the state. "if we're going to make these improvements to the improvement is where they spend most of their day, and that's in a school, and we want that school to be safe, and we want them to feel good about it, and we want them to feel worthy." haley also proposed a plan to let future governors appoint their education superintendents, instead of the superintendent being elected. if that plan is passed, the first appointment would happen in 2019. governor haley also remains a trending... and controversial... figure for her response to president obama's state of the union
she gave the republican party's response to the president last night. and jack kuenzie reports the responses to her response are pouring in. charles and judi---the governor clearly came down on the side of the establishment wing of the republican party. she delivered a response that was tough on the president's track record---loaded with promises of what a republican white house would provide to the american people----and personalized with references to what her state had been through last year. she told us today her speech was her own---not drafted by national gop leaders. i didn't want to lose the opportunity in light of everything south carolina had been through in 2015 and the way the people of south carolina in every one of those situations, people lowered their voices and they saw how they could come together. if we can do that in south carolina, we can do it across this
despite the criticism that she's taken, i think in the long run, it's going to turn out to be very much of a positive. and if you go through the whole speech and look at the sequence of things, the part of the introduction of her kind of personal story even though it was linked to immigration, the way we should react to that, it really was a way to introduce her and her background---a typical thing a candidate would do at the beginning of a campaign. haley's critique of "angry voices" in her party---she confirmed today was directed toward donald trump. that---and her call for welcoming "properly vetted legal immigrants" made her a target for ultra-conservative commentators. most notably, ann coulter who tweeted that trump should deport haley. the governor said today she said what she believed and is standing by it. at the state house jack kuenzie
a beautiful, but chilly week continues as we take a live look through the wis skycam over the capital city. von gaskin is in the first alert weather center with the latest. expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and deliver an 80% chance of showers. 1" rain totals are likely with friday's system. saturday is dry before the next system forms in the gulf and will bring us the possibility of few showers on sunday. expect clear and cold
the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will be mostly sunny friday, low pressure will track across the south and lottery fever is gripping south carolina once again today. tonight's powerball drawing is for a record- breaking 1 point 5 billion dollars. and people of course want the chance to grab it. our mike desumma is live at b-p on elmwood avenue where the lines have been forming all afternoon. judi, for many people the working day is done and that means one last opportunity to pick up a powerball ticket. that and of course lunchtime when the lines were big at several gas stations and convenience
the odds of hitting the jackpot tonight are once again one in more than 292 million. still many told me the jackpot is too high not to take a shot. "i didn't even know how to play this.i learned how to do it yesterday.and i'm just doing it again today to see cause $1.5 billion dollars that's a lot of money. that's a lot." "it ain't got to be somebody i know.it just got to be a person with a good heart..just give me some of that money when they win some of that money." more than 30 u-s states are taking part in tonight's powerball drawing. in case you're wondering just how slim the odds of winning the jackpot are consider this. there are about 321 million citizens in the u-s. experts say your odds are only slightly greater of having all those names put into for you on the top of our news republican candidates are making
across south carolina to speak to voters ahead of tomorrow's republican debate in north charleston. more than 500 people connected to the gop committee are also expected to be in the lowcountry starting today, as well as democrats. republican presidential candidate marco rubio was in mount pleasant at the water dog grill. mike huckabee stopped by first baptist church of charleston for a "huckabee huddle." republican john kasich held a meet and greet in charleston today that started less than an hour ago. 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. the event is held annually at the state house and is hosted by the naacp. one man faces burglary charges tonight after a bust by richland county's sheriff himself.
with burglary and larceny after deputies say he stole electronics from a chartwell road apartment. sheriff leon lott said he saw the suspect running away and started chasing him, apprehending him at hunters ridge apartments. investigators linked bing to another burglary from late last year. after nearly month, the town of north now has a new police chief. lin shrier's first day as new chief is next tuesday. he comes from the elloree police department where he was assistant chief for 10 years. the entire police force including former police chief mark fallaw resigned last month after stating several differences with mayor patty carson. no word yet on when or if any new police have been hired. in an effort to promote transparency and consistency- today a house oversight legislative committee held a special public hearing on south carolina's dot reform. our billie jean shaw was there as several people
for nearly two hours, the committee heard testimonies over dot's infrastructure banking, transportation for the poor and payment issues. however, the committee also heard a plea for offering more resources and finances to the department. eric dickey form lexington praised dot for their outstanding job during several tough situations including the 2014 ice storm and october's flood. dickey says funding for the department should be the committee's number one concern, with more resources he says the state will be able to assist with issues on county roads. "i do think that the local district offices and the dot that are in that district can help the counties can do a better job with maintiing its's roads.the problem i think that we've had though is with the limited amount of resources for the transportation they orphan those roads." the committee thanked dickey for his concerns but did not immediately say if that is
scdot or the committee is looking into in the future. lawmakers have not set the date for the next public hearing are school computers opening the door to online raunch for midlands kids? coming up on wis news at 6, we'll hear from an outraged mother who says her child saw too much. expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will be mostly sunny
across the south and deliver an 80% chance of showers. 1" rain totals are likely with friday's system. saturday is dry before the next system forms in the gulf and will bring us the possibility of few showers on sunday. expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and deliver an 80% chance of
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
and meaghan reports, she says it came right off the classmate's school computer. the mother does not want to identify herself for fear of retaliation against her daughter, but she tells me, the school and the district should do more to shield students from inappropriate material online. "pictures of strippers, women twerking and things she called the 'birds and the bees.' this mother says her 9- year-old daughter has been traumatized by being forced to look at inappropriate pictures on a classmate's chromebook laptop while at school "i don't blame the child because the child is a child but i do feel like that content should not be there. it should automatically be a block and nothing should be able the slip through the cracks. part of richland two's appropriate internet use policy lists prohibited material saying quote "although students will be under supervision while on the network, it is not possible to constantly
what they are accessing
on the network. some students might encounter information that is not of educational value." the district says there is content filtering. independent i.t. consultant jim salter says filters are not going to catch everything and could even limit good content. "don't put too much trust in the automated filtering. it's very, very difficult to just say 'i want to keep out all the bad stuff and let it in all the good stuff on the internet." meaghan: "do you think it's possible to block everything and anything that can possibly be construed as inappropriate?" mother: "maybe not. i'm not an it expert but the images that my daughter told me she saw were extremely graphic." salter says his best advice is oversight and policy changes, not necessarily more filtering.
about policies and to tell somebody 'this is what you should be doing.' this is not what you should be doing and hold them accountable." this mother says she understands kids are curious but says this experience has changed her daughter. "it left my daughter conflicted where now she's praying, we're a pressure." she's praying that these images get cleaned from her head. she shouldn't have to feel that someone and that if she's ever subjected to anything like that, that things can be changed and there is somebody out ther to protect her." we reached out to the district for an on-camera response, but were referred back to the district's policy. the mother met with school officials and was sent an e-mail by the principal saying no inappropriate material was found the student's chromebook and they value protecting the safety of each student. the mother says her daughter
school but next year, she will be enrolled in a private school. coming up in sports... the clemson defense will look very different in 2016. find out which tigers now want... to turn pro. plus... the gamecocks put perfection on the line in tuscaloosa tonight. sports is next. "ahead for us tonight: new details about the capture of those american sailors by iran, their brief time in captivity, and the behind the scenes efforts to free them. also ahead tonight, the response to the response: donald trump takes aim at a fast rising republican for her official response to the president's state of the union address. and, a moon shot to defeat cancer: what exactly did the president mean by that and what will it take. those stories and more, when we see you tonight for nightly news."
lawson... as starting defensive players leaving clemson early. all great players... who were instrumental in the tigers success this season. offensively, running back wayne gallman elected to return for the 2016 season. this past year... gallman set the program single season rushing record. talking hoops now... carolina looks to keep rolling as they face the roll tide tonight. 15th ranked usc visits alabama. game time set for nine. the 15-and-oh gamecocks enter the showdown playing great basketball. prior to this sec battle in tuscaloosa... head coach frank martin discussed what he thinks will help this team build off this fantastic start. martin: "continue to stay in the place of who we students just got back on campus let's not get wrapped up in you know when peer pressure comes calling. yours that says hey friday night man... i know you got a game saturday at home... you know great party... why don't you come over and party with me. you know they are going to say hey ok...
don't you come over and
party with me. you know they are going to say 19 years old and that's what people our age do. or no... i'm going to get in the gym and get me 500 shots.. cause tomorrow i got to make a couple of these. right now we're in the place we're not going to pay attention to the party. we're going to go in the gym." and at the top of the house... the the ninth ranked duke blue devils. the tigers look to win their fourth consecutive game... and second straight over a ranked opponent. in women's basketball... carolina travels to bluegrass country for a top 10 battle. second ranked usc takes on ninth ranked kentucky in lexington on thursday. coach dawn staley's won only once in seven trips to kentucky with the gamecocks. in fact... carolina's only loss in the sec last year... came at kentucky. coach understands... usc needs to bring the passion and energy to the gym... to beat the wildcats.
it's always high energy. you got to come to play. and if you don't they'll take advantage of you." expect clear and cold temperatures tonight in the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will be mostly sunny with highs near 60, clouds will be on the increase thursday night as lows drop into the upper 30s/lower 40s. friday, low pressure will track across the south and