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his way to arriving to play in super bowl 50. he won the heisman trophy and a national championship while at auburn. defining moments... according to his head coach ron rivera... that prepared him to handle being in the spotlight during super bowl week. rivera: "the attention we've gotten as a football team and as he's gotten as a invidual. i think that's why it's important. i think he can fall back on that experience. he's been great. you watch him and see the things that he's done. when he's been where he's needed to be he's all biz." newton: "sound like a broken record, but for a dream to play out the way it has... there were ups and downs. means the world to us to get what you prepare for." newton's play in the second half of the season is a big reason why carolina's will have a chance to claim the franchise's first ever super bowl. since week 12, he's thrown 18
passes compared to just two interceptions. he's completed 66 percent of his passes and has a qbr rating of 80. if he puts together another prime time performance sunday... he may just leave the bay area... as a super bowl champ. reporting live from super bowl city joe gorchow wis news 10. the teams--and fans out in california will have some perfect weather come super bowl sunday. ben tanner has a look in the
52 year old randy brazier from hopkins says he saw a crash from his business as it happened. a72 year old man lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a pond in port st. lucie. that man, couldn't swim. brazier swam out to the man and got him out of the car before it completely went under. "when i pulled the door open. i just pulled him right out of the car with it and we both kind of went down because he panicked a little bit..and we both went down and ma fight hit something and it pushed up back up. just quick thinking..just running on instinct. just helping people that's all." a second person helped brazier guide to the man to safety. brazier will be recognized by leaders in in the coming days. a judge has granted bond for a 21 year old charged in deadly crash this morning. the south carolina highway patrol says derious sutton was driving drunk when he slammed into a woman's car on highway 321. the victim 44 year old valerie rhodes died at the
several members of her family were in the courtroom for sutton's bond hearing today. so was our mike desumma. he's live in lexington with more. mike. judi, charles derious sutton showed much remorse for his actions as he addressed the courtroom. he shed tears and apologized to the family of valerie rhodes for his actions --- and for a tragic crash that both sides say was avoidable. the highway patrol says that sutton consumed at least 7 beers and a shot at two columbia bars last night before getting in his car and driving south on 321. investigators say sutton's car then crossed the median on the highway and slammed into rhodes vehicle head on. she was pronounced dead at the scene. her family didn't wish to speak on camera but told us she was an inspiration to her loved ones...a mother to two grown children and a longtime healthcare worker for lexington medical center. as part of his bond sutton is not to consume alcohol or have any contact with the
he's due back in court in june. live in lexington, mike desumma, wis news 10. donald trump is back in south carolina tonight--speaking to supporters here for the first time since his second place finish in iowa...and just days before new hampshire voters go to the polls. our will whitson is live in florence ahead of trump's speech tonight...will? donald trump will be visiting myrtle beach once again to rally. trump announced his candidacy on june 1, 2015 for the 2016 election. during that announcement, he promised that he will be tough on isis and stop iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. according to myrtle beach sports center and eventbrite.com, a trump rally will be held at the sports center on friday, february 19 at noon. "i will be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. we have a problem in this country . we are going to bring our jobs
japan, vietnam, brazil," trump said at his rally." thousands of people turned out to the rally back in november, which was held at the myrtle beach convention center. thanks in part to his celebrity status---the trump campaign has been driven by huge amounts of free media exposure. but other presidential candidates are paying to get their messages out on tv. and that spending is starting to add up here in the midlands as candidates buy political ads ahead of the primaries here. jack kuenzie has a closer look. charles---tv political ad buys used to be a better barometer of a candidate's campaign strength than they might be now. candidates can get their messages out in a lot of youtube and social media. but if the campaigns have money---they still spend it. we broke down some of the
here at wis for spending both by political action committees or pac's---and the campaign organizations themselves. biggest buyer for the first quarter at this station---the pac called right to rise, an organization leaning to former florida governor jeb bush. more than $459 thousand scheduled through the first quarter. next closest---conservative solutions, a pro-marco rubio pac at nearly $193 thousand dollars. the rubio campaign though---separate from the pac---expected to fork over another $138 thousand. also in the mix, one of the many pac's promoting the candidacy of senator ted cruz. this one called stand for truth----has bought $187 thousand dollars in air time. we also see another cruz-aligned pac calling itself keep the promise 1 committed to an addtional $89 thousand. where's donald trump? a much lower figure of almost $37 thousand dollars through the end of march. all of the spending we have on the books right
million. but one veteran business journalist and media observer tells us---it is difficult to determine whether political ads on tv can really swing voters to a particular candidate. the media mix has gotten much more sophisticated and users have gone much more filtered. they filter out what they don't want to see, they don't want to hear. it isn't to say that a tv ad could not have some sort of an impact in that it gets replicated and repeated either in news programs, on social media and in other media. so that may have some sort of an effect. i don't know but the actual just running attack ads or saturation ads i think has very little effect on the voter, the undecided voter or swaying voters who have decided on one side. the democratic candidates are buying up time---but not nearly as much so far. their primary vote is a week later than the republicans.
america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. enrolled in obamacare than last year. the department of health and human services says nearly 13 million people signed up for health insurance ahead of the january 31st deadline. that's a million more than in 2015. the number meets the obama administration's goal of getting between 11 and 14 point 1 million sign ups. those who don't sign up face the threat of a penalty. a first grader's school project
for fallen heroes of law enforcement. with 100 days of the school year in the books--6 year old braxton redding's assignment was to put something meaningful in 100 pockets...on a cape. braxton's dad is a seargant with the lexington county sheriff's department and the two of them came up with something special. the cape remembers 100 fallen deputies, police and police dogs mostly from the past year. braxton talked about why they're heroes to him. "because they're going out and trying to find those bad guys." braxton had two recent losses on his cape, forest acres police officer greg alia and columbia police officer stacy case his father, sgt. chad redding, says he hopes this emphasizes the importance of what law enforcement does every day. as many of you are getting your super bowl plans together--we've got a great weekend of weather to look
coming up, ben tanner will have your weekend forecast--and look ahead to next week. break
2 after clear skies and lows in america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa
lower 50s saturday afternoon with increasing
clouds late in the day. a few light showers will develop late saturday into sunday as low pressure climbs just offshore the s.c. coast. the chance for rain will increase drastically in eastern/southern sections of the midlands and throughout the low country, pee dee, grand strand. cold air moves in for much of ext week with well below normal temperatures.
lower 50s saturday afternoon with increasing clouds late in the day. a few light showers will develop late saturday into sunday as low pressure climbs just offshore the s.c. coast. the chance for rain will increase drastically in eastern/southern sections of the midlands and throughout the low country, pee dee, grand strand. cold air moves in for much of next week with well below normal temperatures.
away from the biggest football game of the year. joe gorchow has set up camp in
northern california. he joins us live from san francisco where he's keeping an eye on the carolina panthers and denver broncos....joe. carolina's pro bowl linebacker thomas davis gives a new meaning to iron man. without a doubt he says... he will play in sunday's super
impressive... considering less than two weeks ago he broke his arm in the nfc championship game against the cardinals. his desire and hunger to perform on the biggest stage cannot be question. how effective he will be against the broncos since the injury remains to be seen in his right arm he has a metal plate and 12 screws keeping it together for t t super bowl showdown. one thing's for sure davis is tough! remember he's suffered multiple acl injuries to his knee... and still plays the game at a high level. those injuries in the past help him mentally handle this injury to his arm. it's been a blessing in disguise to go through the things i've gone through from an injury standpoints when you're dealing with acl's. because when you're faced with a broken arm in the nfc championship game,two weeks away from the super bowl...it makes it a lot easier.when you tear an acl and you have surgery..two
you're not playing football. i can guarantee you that.but when you have a broken arm and it becomes a pain tolerance thing..whether or
not you can play..that's a no brainer. i'll have more on the super bowl from here in san francisco during the six o'clock hour. joe gorchow....wis news 10 sports. we have an update tonight on usc basketball star tiffany mitchell. if you were watching last night's game with kentucky...your heart probably skipped a beat or two after mitchell took this hard fall. she was down for several minutes before being helped off the floor. she did not play in the second half of carolina's 78-68 victory. today...head coach dawn staley says the outlook is promising for
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. i've known her for almost 25 years. this is a woman whose fought her whole life for children, to protect civil rights, voting rights. and today hillary is pushing hard for tougher gun laws and police accountability. if you want to make sure republicans don't take us backward help hillary move us forward. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. test test developing news tonight, a powerful quake, a race to rescue hundreds reportedly trapped after a city is rocked