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weather center with more on the cold temperatures and our next major weather maker. low pressure will form off our coast and move to the north today. look for mostly cloudy skies now through early afternoon with a slight chance of a quick shower and or sleet in the northern midlands. highs in the upper 40s. arctic air comes in on sunday with highs 15+ degrees below normal, high sunday in the upper 30s. monday a quick moving storm system could give us a brush of winter precipitation with a chance of a freezing rain mix
morning.then all rain by midday. the amount of cold air the system has to work with is what's in question. we'll continue to watch and have updates. temperatures will greatly improve by the end of next has been arrested - he's accused of innapropriately touching one of his coworkers. columbia fire captain jeffrey rish is charged with second degree assault and battery. rish is accused of inappropriately touching a male firefighter on october 5, 2015 while working on blume court. chief aubrey jenkins released a statement - he said that captain rish is on investigatory suspension pending the outcome of these charges. rish turned himself in to cpd in court, a judge set rish's personal recognizance bond at $5,000. today presidential candidates are all over the palmetto pushing to get voters before the upcoming first in the south
among the democrats, hillary clinton is in bamberg county clinton is talking about healthcare, education and jobs in south carolina. the event is a "corridor of opportunity" town hall in denmark at denmark-olar elementary school. many of the republican candidates are in greenville for the south carolina faith and family presidential forum. it goes until 5:30 this afternoon on the campus of bob jones university. ted cruz, marco rubio, jeb bush and ben carson are participating. attorney general alan wilson is
moderators. our senior reporter jack kuenzie is at the forum and will have live coverage on our later newscasts. one of the republican cadidates not at that forum was ohio governor john kasich. the presidential candidate- still riding high after his second place finish in the new hampshire primary tuesday- made campaign stops in the midlands today. kasich first stopped off at the south carolina chamber of commerce- where he took questions about education and the economy. he also had some harsh words for lawmakers when asked about the defecit. "you know, to worry about what might happen in a convention when you have a 19 trillion dollar defecit is like not running out of this building when it's on fire for fear of getting hit by a meteor" governor kasich then made a stop off in orangeburg- and will participate in the gop debate in greenville saturday. people voting absentee in richland county for the upcoming first in the south primaries have a three-hour timeframe to do so
elections office will be open tomorrow from 9 a-m until noon. absentee voters can head to 2020 hampton street to cast their ballots for republican and democratic primaries. for the latest on decision 2016, international negotiators could have the pieces lined up for a peace plan for syria. today, secretary of state john kerry announced a deal for a "cessation of hostilities. scott mcclean reports. :12-:17 :43-:47 :57-1:03 the outcome is far from certain, but the goals are absolute -- getting aid to syrians who desperately need it and putting the
what we have here are words on secretary of state john kerry announcing friday those words have been signed by a number of major world powers meeting in germany to hammer out the deal allow humanitarian aid into a country torn apart by war, and potentially a first step towards a resolution. we see hope in this agreement, but we hope to see a big solution for all syria. but it will not apply to terror two nations work together to end the conflict. we have our common determination to help alleviate sufferings of the syrian people. convincing the assad regime and its opposition groups to stop fighting a war that's killed thousands and displaced millions already won't be easy but some experts are optimistic, with one saying if it was ever going to happen over the five years of the war, it would happen now. the u.n. is working to have relief on the way this week. peace still not around the corner but maybe on the horizon.
holly springs, mississippi. officials say ty laporte collided with a
semi and died at the scene. she graduated dutch fork high school and just just finished her four-year ole miss volleyball career. laporte ranked third all- time in block assists and third all-time in total blocks at ole miss. deputies in orangeburg county are looking for a
say someone test drove an s-u-v and never came back. employees of a-a again auto sales on five chop road in orangeburg told investigators a man drove off in a silver 2005 trailblazer saturday. deputies say the man arrived in a blue audi....and a woman drove away in that car. if anyone has any information on who this man is or the blue audi , they're asked to call crimestoppers at 1-888- crime-sc. if you're nervous about meeting up with the seller after buying something off craigslist- there's now a safe spot in the town of lexington for that exchange. in response to requests on social media for a spot like this, lexington police have a designated area in the municipal complex on maiden lane that is monitored by a 24 hour surveillance camera. they've not had any reported craigslist problems, but officials say they're following the lead of other places that have. "we'd always like to be
preventative on these type of things. we'd rather have that location offered than to after the fact, after seeing a spike in this type of crime to ofer it. we'd like to have that off the beginning rather than chase it down afterwards." the video will roll 24 hours a day - but remember someone isn't always watching that video. if you're making a large exchange, it's suggested you call central dispatch to see if someone is available to monitor the meeting. we're keeping our eyes on some winterweather that could impact the midlands we'll h ave more on that momentarily in weather. but some people near the north carolina line got a taste today. a system brought some snow and sleet into areas around charlotte during the lunch hour today. this is video from indian land in lancaster county. while the snow came down it didn't stick or stick around this afternoon. time now for an update on your weather. for that we turn to meteorologist ben tanner. low pressure will form off our
30s. monday a quick moving storm system could give us a brush of winter precipitation with a chance of a freezing rain mix early monday morning.then all rain by midday. the amount of cold air the system has to work with is what's in question. we'll continue to watch and have updates. temperatures will greatly improve by the end of next week with highs in the low to middle 60s. low pressure will form off our coast and move to the north today. look for mostly cloudy skies now
afternoon with a slight chance of a quick shower and or sleet in the northern midlands. some sunshine by afternoon, highs in the upper 40s. arctic air comes in on sunday with highs 15+ degrees below normal, high sunday in the upper 30s. monday a quick moving storm system could give us a brush of winter precipitation with a chance of a freezing rain mix
imagine flying high above the ground. but in this week southern weekend we go underground to ride a zip line. molly mckinney explored over 17 miles of underground passageways that lie beneath louisville. molly: louisville ky is known for many things like bourbon, and thoroughbred horses and a cavern located underneath the city that you can explore on a zip line. that sounds really intense, let's go check it out! molly: does it look like i know what i'm doing? molly: so i have been on a zip line before, this one is a little different. its two hours, underground, in a cavern in the dark... guide: you want a boost? molly: yea, with a boost!
different activities that one can do here, walk me through it. taylor: ok, so we've got the tram tours which are historic driving tours. you're on a jeep with a tailor. taylor: we've got the zip line tours, zipping along on three quarter inch stainless steel cables. completely, fully guided, your guides handle all the equipment for you taylor: their zipquest course, to ropes course, including a couple of short zip lines. suspension bridges. taylor: we have the mega bike park, we primarily cater toward bmx, trail and mountain bikes that are riding taylor: we have the electric bike tours that we are doing, that s the most recent thing we've just started doing this past summer. molly: well thank you so much, this is been so neat. taylor: yea, no problem. molly: i had no idea this was here, it's obvious that this molly: see ya! for more ideas on your own
gilliard: you know, there's an old saying about south carolina, we're always first in the things that are last and last in the things
that are first. this economy is rigged. we can do better. and that's where bernie comes in. bernie is not in the pocket of wall street. we don't have to depend on the so-called wall street giants. everybody knows the problem. bernie wants to do something about it. he gets it. i mean, he really gets it.
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gop. but with remaining candidates now focusing much of their attention on the first southern primary here in the palmetto state, they face a far different political landscape. in south carolina, republicans have to tap into the presidency. some, including texas senator ted cruz---will look for salvation from the 65 per cent
clinton and sanders---an african- american constituency that generated 56 per cent of hampshire, secretary clinton and her supporters have a desperate mission to motivate black voters here or her campaign may not be able to recover. since 1980, south carolina has been a spot- on predictor of the eventual republican nominee---with one glaring exception. in 2012, gop voters chose newt gingrich over mitt romney, an outcome that may have had more to do with a breakout debate performance than a sudden desire by the party overall to buy into the former house speaker's agenda. still, some might see the gingrich win as another example of south carolina thumbing its nose at conventional political wisdom. this is after all, a state with a lengthy history of contrarian views. the state where the first shots were fired at fort sumter and a place where a rebel banner went up at the state house in 1961 and stayed there until just last summer. we are now in a presidential election cycle that clearly celebrates outsiders and rule- breakers. we will find out this month whether this state will help grow their campaigns.
the lure of revolutionary and radical change---and back toward the mainstream. that's my take, what's yours? columbia's new baseball team is hosting a job fair looking for employees for the columbia fireflies. it's tomorrow from nine a-m to two at the columbia metropolitan convention center. the team is looking to fill over 300 seasonal and part-time positions- including ticket sales and merchandise. if you want to apply, you're asked to download an application from the columbia fireflies website. we've put a link in the story at wis tv dot com. some midlands high schoolers are making sure veterans get some love on this valentine's day weekend. the vets were honored by more than 300 students at richland northeast high school
the 5th annual valentine's for vets "speed dating" event brings a personal touch to history. students had a chance to hear from veterans about their personal stories when fighting for our country. "everybody should have valentines for vets because it gets the kids involved to listen to all the veterans and it makes kids open up their heart to people. it's very hard for people to actually listen to people now but when you can hear the truth, it's just amazing." nearly 50 veterans were at the school. nearly 50 veterans were at the school. let's get an update on your weather with ben. low pressure will form off our coast and move to the north today. look for mostly cloudy skies now through early afternoon with a slight chance of a quick shower
wis update. something is just fundamentally broken when african americans are more likely to be arrested by police, and sentenced to longer prison terms, for doing the same thing that whites do. ...when
too many encounters with law enforcement end tragically. we need investments in education, health care and jobs, to counter generations of neglect. we have to face up to the hard truth of injustice and systemic racism. i'm hillary clinton,
at that $1-million question. get ready. it's time to play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic music] [cheers and applause] hey, everybody. i'm chris harrison. welcome to the show. are you guys ready to play a very special "millionaire" today? [cheers and applause] good, because our returning whiz kid is a 15-year-old musical prodigy who graduated high school two years before he could even get his driver's license. from black mountain, north carolina, please welcome back ian ridenhour. [cheers and applause] how you doing? >> how's it going? >> actually, come to think about it, you're only 15. you still can't get your driver's license. >> yeah, working on my permit right now. >> you might finish college before you ever get your license. [laughter] [laughs] there's something awesome about that. >> [laughs] >> you're doing great, by the way. talk about something awesome, you're in the middle of a phenomenal game. you've been playing incredibly well.