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shooter dylann roof. what's next in the case. welcome to the news at five, i'm dawndy mercer plank. i'm judi gatson, thanks for joining us. a chilly day in the midlands with plenty of sunshine peaking through. but we're in first alert mode for a system coming in early strong high pressure in place will keep us sunny, cold and dry over the next few days. we'll see a few more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will form off our coast and scoot to the north. not much moisture to work with so going to keep it dry. highs middle to upper 40s as promised, another shot of
weekend. highs will continue to be 15+ degrees below normal. keeping an eye on late sunday into monday as a quick moving storm system could give us a brush of winter precipitation..this would church shooter dylann roof. of himself was not in court today. prosecutors told the judge in a hearing this morning that they were ready for trial, but roof's lawyers said they are not. both sides are waiting for the justice department's decision on whether to seek the death penalty against roof. defense lawyers say roof will plead guilty if the death penalty is taken off the table. roof's death penalty trial for state charges is scheduled for july 11. we're learning new details about a student
yesterday at camden high. -student: johnquevious "jay" dashon-james johnston -police report: pulled aside in school when administrators heard he had a firearm. -school officials: he did it because of concerns over a "situation in the neighborhood." -search: small handgun with a clip in it. -kershaw county detention center charged with a weapons law violation. gop presidential candidates are already hitting the campaign trail in the palmetto state. jeb bush will soon be in the capital city after stopping by sumter and florence. dr. ben carson spoke with supporters in gaffney. ohio governor john kasich made appearances in georgetown and myrtle beach. and senator marco rubio was also in the lowcountry. raycom's lisa gresci reports. here at the crown reef resort presidential hopeful marco rubio stood before a standing room only crowd. though right now rubio is trailing third in
carolina... the people that filled this room don't doubt his success as president. one of rubios stand out moments was an answer to one of those questions and a promise he made--- to cancel president obama's deal with iran day one in office... he spoke on rebuilding our military, coming out of national debt, and not only improving the american dream but expanding the message behind it to more people. lastly, rubio asked the people of south carolina for their vote. reporting in myrtle beach for network.. i'm lisa gresci. we will have much more coverage on gop presidential candidates coming up at 5:30. democratic candidates aren't here in south carolina yet, but they're still campaigning. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are getting ready to square off in tonight's debate in milwaukee. it's at 9 p.m. on pbs. polls have hillary clinton as the heavy favorite heading into south carolina's democratic primary later this month. but the campaign isn't taking anything for granted. our billie jean shaw tells us the strategy in the next
the female vote and the african-american vote are what the former secretary of state is counting on to win over palmetto state voters. former south carolina governor jim hodges tells me hillary clinton is in great shape for the upcoming primary. over the next 2 weeks he says clinton will make her way through heavily democratic areas- specifically in the eastern parts of the state. hodges says clinton has always been a strong voice for african- americans, average working families and women and children. the latest nbc poll shows clinton with double the support of sanders in south carolina. hodges tells me clinton not only presents ideas she implements them- he says that is why voters will chose her over sanders. "she has been a strong voice, she's been a fighter for average working families here in south carolina. she's been terrific on issues of particular sensitivities in the african american community and i thinkost importantly she has a long history here, well over 30 years where she's working for children's rights
reconciliation, she's done. clinton will host a town hall meeting in denmark tomorrow afternoon at 3. she will discuss the disparities facing south carolinians and communities of color at denmark- olar elementary school. coming up at 6, we'll hear what the bernie sanders campaign plans to do to pull an upset. in the studio, bjs, wis news 10. the congressional black caucus political action committee has endorsed hillary clinton. although the clinton camp is touting the endorsement ... others are pointing out that she does not have the support of every member of the congressional black caucus. one committee member, congressman james clyburn has not revealed which candidate he is backing. "although i said at the outset that i would stay neutral in all of this, i'm beginning to feel that maybe they're right, that i need to let people know where i stand
not today or this week." to get the latest news on the campaign trail, head over to and why the youth vote could be key in the primaries. it's all eyes on south carolina as presidential candidates get ready for a political showdown. and that put senior reporter jack kuenzie on n msnbc this afternoon. after the break, the cable networks' effect on the political process in south carolina. plus--bethune residents getting read to voice their passions and concerns surrounding the most recent talk of closing down the town's school. details next. break as the presidential candidates ramp up their activities in south carolina,
operation you have to constantly fill that air time. presidential elections are great for that especially when you still have a lot of candidates and many intriguing storylines for both parties. but while networks have impressive resources and capabilities---they don't always have the understanding that comes from being in one place year round. that's where the locals can help and how i and state newspaper reporter andy shain ended up with msnbc's thomas roberts this afternoon. one of the many live segments emanating from the liberty tap room in the vista. in addition to whatever insight we could provide, the network is also seeking perspective from the state's political and civic leaders---among them, the n-double-a-c- p's dr. lonnie randolph---as candidates clinton and sanders battle for the african-american vote here. the issues of this country, the major health issues of this country you can find them all right here in south carolina. and those that african americans and african american children die from, those are the conditions that we're dealing with today.
the way that we had hoped to see progress made in this country in an equitable fashion. from a different point on the political spectrum----we also heard from state gop chairman matt moore. and that's just a small slice of what's coming out of columbia and from around the palmetto state as we count down the days leading up to the gop primary february 20th and the democratic vote on the 27th. the head of the kershaw county school board could be facing a lot of questions this evening. all of them surrounding recent talks on closing two rural schools.
elementary -- which has got some families in the small town pretty fired up. mike desumma is in our newsroom with more. dawndy, judi the county school board has become the focus of much attention in recent weeks. that came after members voted in favor of consolidating bethune elementary -- with the mt. pisgah school. plans called for moving the two schools into one new building. the school board however placed any further discussions on hold -- in response to the public outcry. school board chairman ron blackmon says he's planning to take questions from residents of bethune tonight. this is just the most recent dialogue to come on closing the school down. county voters rejected the idea at the polls back in 2014 -- as part of a larger and upgrades. school leaders say the cost of renovating and bringing bethune elementary up to code has to be weighed against the cost of building a new school all together. some residents of the town say the choice for them is easy. "bigger is not always best and we feel that's true. we feel that the money that could be spent on mega million dollar
pisgah and bethune and used to renovate our present school." "there's a lot of upgrades that need to be done and when you start talking about a lot of upgrades you start talking about cost and how much cost it would be...basically it boils down to economics of money and it boils down to numbers." tonight's meeting on the school will be taking place at north central high school in kershaw. it's set to get underway at 6:30. opponents of closing bethune elementary say they're already looking ahead to next tuesday. that's when the entire county school board will be meeting again. many say they plan on coming to speak their minds before it. strong high pressure in place will keep us sunny, cold and dry over the next few we'll see a few more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will form off our coast
the fire broke out at 3. firefighters are on the scene. no danger to people in the area.
february is american heart month. we are teaming up with lexingtonon medical center to remind you to "just say know" - that's k-n-o-w learning how to reduce your chances of suffering cardiovascular disease. we're here with dr. dee prastein to go over what happens when you have a heart attack. what happens when you have a heart attack? what is cardiac arrest? where does cholesterol build up in your heart? what happens during coronary
surgery? break to remind you to "just say know" - that's k-n-o-w learning how to reduce your chances of suffering cardiovascular disease. we're here with dr. dee prastein to go over what happens when you have a heart attack. what happens when you have a heart attack? what is cardiac arrest? where does cholesterol build up in your heart? what happens during coronary artery bypass surgery?
thanks for staying with us for the news at 5:30. i'm judi gatson. i'm dawndy mercer plank. to remind you to "just say know" - that's k-n-o-w learning how to reduce your chances of suffering cararovascular disease. we're here with dr. dee prastein to go over what happens when you have a heart attack. what happens when you have a heart attack? what is cardiac arrest? where does cholesterol build up
what happens during coronary artery bypass surgery? lexington medical center's free interactive heart fair on sunday, february 28 from noon4:00 p.m. at the columbia metropolitan convention center on lincoln street in columbia to learn about your heart health. the event is free and open to the public.
thanks i'm dawndy mercer plank. after a beautiful day in the midlands, we're in for a chilly night. let's check in with meteorologist ben tanner. strong high pressure in place will keep us sunny, cold and dry over the next few days. we'll see a few more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will form off our
coast and scoot to the north. not much moisture to work with
keep it dry. highs middle to upper 40s as promised, another shot of cold air comes in for the weekend. highs will continue to be 15+ degrees below normal. keeping an eye on late sunday into monday as a quick
moving storm system could give us a brush of winter precipitation..this would be a rain/snow or freezing rain mix. we are first alert mode for the possibility..more to come. temperatures will greatly improve by the end of next week. judi and ben ad lib about temperature more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will form off our coast and scoot to the north. not much moisture to work with so going to keep it dry.
strong high pressure in place will keep us sunny, cold and dry over the next few days. we'll see a few more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will form off our coast and scoot to the north. not much moisture to work with so going to keep it dry. highs middle to upper 40s strong high pressure in place will keep us sunny, cold and dry over the next few days. we'll see a few more clouds friday as it looks politicking is now unfolding almost hourly here in the palmetto state. multiple candidates and multiple locations. jack kuenzie has a quick
dawndy---most of the action here today is of the republican stripe. democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders getting ready for another head to head showdown in a debate taking place at the university of wisconsin in milwaukee. several gop candidates showing up in various parts of south carolina today. marco rubio and second place new hampshire finisher john kasich in the grand strand. kasich hoping to build some momentum in a state where experts say he does not have the same organization or resources that helped him in the last outing. rubio trying to revive his campaign after a disappointing performance and a fifth place result in the granite state. rubio today---looking a bit more spontaneous on stage and using part of his time here to take a swing at senator bernie sanders' big win on tuesday night. and closer to columbia---former florida governor jeb bush. we have politicians that are preying on peoples' fears right now. they're literally preying on their
legitimate. and then we have candidates that believe we're on the verge of greatness again but we have to solve the problems that exist. the press talks about this as lanes, you know there's an establishment lane and an outsider lane like we're all little cars on the well i'm in the lane that solves problems whatever lane that is. benenarson also on the road in lowcountry----he was scheduled to appear in mount pleasant today. in the newsroom jack kuenzie wis news ten. the congressional black caucus political action committee has endorsed hillary clinton for president. the committee, made up of 19 members of the congressional black caucus, supports mrs. clinton saying she has a track record of supporting issues important to african americans. members plan to bring that message to south carolina. "when the issues that are important to our constituents hillary clinton has
been an outspoken person in regards to them empowerment of democrats and the democratic agenda in its entirety." members said they will take their message to south carolina. candidates are now making their way across south carolina following new hampshire's primary. however, the winners there didn't gain much, except for maybe momentum. that's because there weren't many delegates at stake and both parties awarded them proportionally. that means, even the losers got some. bernie sanders picked up a total of 15 democratic delegates. hillary clinton won nine. among republicans, donald trump won 10 in new hampshire. john kasich won four.
rubio each won three. coming up at 7, a look at how many delegates each candidate has at this point and how many are up for grabs in south carolina. to get the latest news on the campaign trail, head over to wistv.com. there you can find out the latest on campaign strategies and why the youth vote could be key in the primaries. new today: all charges against former usc running back harold green have been dropped. -green accused of innapropriate contact with female students while working as a volunteer coach at spring valley high school in 2014. -charges dropped for lack of supporting evidence. -green's attorney, j. lewis cromer released a
"green was falsely accused of inappropriate contact with female students, and criminal charges were brought against him for the same," the statement said. "although he was wrongfully arrested, mr. green cooperated fully with the richland county sheriff's department throughout its investigation." green was removed from the spring valley high school football team as a coach after the allegations came forward. today is day one of "50 days to 50 years" - my way to celebrate a major milestone coming up in my life. turning 50. for the next 50 days i'll be doing 50 different workouts. what you can't see right now under this desk is that i'm in a cast with a broken foot from a running accident. but i want to still go for this as a way to encourage you to not let any obstacle get in your way. i hope to inspire you to pursue being fit no matter your age. :00 - :12 :20 - :29 :33 - :39 neil derrick owns personal fitness by neil
for the kickoff of "50 days to 50 years," this personal trainer started me with hip extensions. "you're working the hip extensors. on all of us..." "the buttocks!" "on all of us, that's your driving muscle. when you, all of us, walk, you work your hip flexors and hip extenders. i'm able to do this exercise because therere no pressure on the foot. i'm working against my own body weight to tone, strengthen and stretch. "great exercise for women, because you guys like to work that part." "well, yeah!" we then moved to working my hip flexion. "you just worked the opposite - hip extenders - now we're going to go to the other side and work hip flexors." what's so nice about this exercise is being able to call the leg and hip muscles into motion on the leg that i currently can't walk on. "most of the motion we do during the day, climbing steps, walking, picking things
flexors." and the workout finished working the adductors - the inside thigh. "you're doing a specific exercise for the inside of your thigh. and if you don't work that, what happens over time is..." "it gets flabby!" "not only that, but it gets weak." this particular exercise also calls on your core as you balance on your side. the hip exercises are a great way to kick off day one of "50 days to 50 years." and i'll blog each day's exercise on wistv.com and on my facebook and twitter pages. judi and dawndy ad lib. generic toss to break.
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so going to keep it dry. highs middle to upper 40s as promised, another shot of cold air
comes in for the weekend. highs will continue to be 15+ degrees below normal. keeping an eye on late sunday into monday as a quick moving storm system could give us a brush of winter precipitation..this would be a rain/snow or freezing rain mix. we are first alert mode for the possibility..more to come. temperatures will greatly improve by the end of next
more clouds friday as it looks possible that low pressure will form off our coast and scoot to the north. not much moisture to work with so going to keep it dry. highs middle to upper 40s as promised, another shot of cold air comes in for the weekend. highs will continue to be 15+ degrees below normal. keeping an eye on late sunday into monday as a quick moving storm system could give us a brush of winter precipitation..this would be a rain/snow or freezing rain mix. we are first
possibility..more to come. temperatures will greatly improve by the end of next week. some international scientists have detected ripples in space time as predicted by albert einstein 100 years ago. scientists now have discovered space has a soundtrack. in 1916 einstein explained his general theory of relativity which suggests enormous bodies in space - like planets or black holes - have so much mass they actually bend space time and create a sound. he predicted if two of these bodies came together, a ripple in space time should be
speed ahead for candidates. tonight, the democrats are squaring off in wisconsin. wendy woolfolk has more. 21-28 on the heels of that landslide victory for bernie sanders in new hampshire... tonight is the first "real" showdown between the two remaining democratic candidates. the self-described democratic socialist took a victory lap with public appearances in new york... and meeting with activist and msnbc anchor reverend al sharpton. "it's very important that he send the signal that on the morning after a historic victory, he would come
to harlem and have breakfast with me." trailing hillary clinton among african american voters, the vermont senator is courting the minority vote and touting his immigrant roots... to broaden his appeal in upcoming diverse states like nevada and south carolina. despite her blistering loss in new hampshire the congressional black caucus political action committee chose to endorse secretary
"she's been our partner long term. we believe she's made a
difference." tonight's debate will be clinton's first public appearance after two days of private meetings with advisors about how to re- energize lagging support with women and young people. while the wisconsin primary is still more than a month away, tonight's location at the university of wisconsin--milwaukee will help set the stage in this battleground state for the general election.. wendy woolfolk. nbc news. milwaukee. the price of love could be getting pretty expensive. find out how much cash most people spend for valentine's day. plus--a world war two vet reunites with his wartime love...70 years later. break people magazine has named ryan reynolds this year's "sexiest
if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensusu equal pay for womenen i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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wife, blake lively, welcomed their daughter, james. he says having a daughter was a dream come true. what's the price of your love? a new study by bankrate.com shows the average american spend $512. the most expensive purchase is diamond earrings, followed by fine dining for two, a bottle of champagne, a dozen roses and a box of chocolate. an american world war 2 veteran flew to australia to be reunited with the woman he fell in love with
thanks for joining us this evening. i'm dawndy mercer plank. right now we are live at a columbia rally where republican presidential candidate jeb bush will take the stage at 6:30. south carolina is a crucial contest for the former florida governor who came in fourth in new hampshire
and sixth in iowa. charles molineaux is outside that rally is set to take place. coming up a little bit later this evening, there will be a rally at senate's end in columbia, along with one very well-known supporter, south carolina senator lindsey graham. now, coming up a little bit later this evening, we're going to sit down--wis is going to be speaking with governor bush, talking about the future of his campaign as he prepares to move forward with what his supporters are describing as "new energy." in columbia, charles molineaux, wis news 10." four of the five other remaining gop candidates are scattered around the state
support from undecided voters. marco rubio hit up the grand strand--making stops in myrtle beach and sun city. john kasich was also focused on the grand strand area before heading to florence. also ben carson today made several stops in the
upstate. and ted cruz tonight will hold an event in fort mill in a little over an hour. meanwhile the democratic candidates still have nevada to focus on before they head to south carolina...but tonight they're detouring through wisconsin. between hillary clinton and bernie sanders will be held in just a few hours. the debate comes on the heels of sanders' landslide victory in new hampshire--which is putting his candidacy front-and-center as he tries keep his momentum up. clinton meanwhile is working to make sure sanders does not gain any more ground after