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she's still unsure who she thinks best understands the challenges the state is facing. she did however make it clear that she would not be endorsing the front runner in the race--donald trump. as for the other six--the jury is still out. "i'm doing what i think a lot of people in south carolina are doing, which is, i watch the debate. i'm trying to go through all the situations, i'm looking at all the candidates who are there, and trying to figure out who that person would be. so no, i'm not at a point yet." the governor said at the end of the day--the republican party needs "a fighter." in 2012--haley endorsed former massachusetts governor mitt romney ahead of the south carolina primary. some top watchers of the campaign say a haley endorsement could go a long way in south carolina. today, the university of south carolina hosted a panel of national journalists to talk about the upcoming presidental primaries. our chad mills was there. they hit on all kinds of topics
hours of discussion in front of a big crowd of mainly students. but, yes, they did talk about governor haley too. haley, by the way, said in her news conference today she may not endorse anyone at all this time around. however, the journalists believe a possible endorsement from her would be a big leg up for whichever candidate scores it. here's what some of them had to say. "she would bring a lot of energy to the ticket. people may not vote for the president, like you guys were saying, because of her, but she could juice up a ticket and really bring energy." "it is striking that the election may come and go without an endorsement from the moment, but one reason may be that she is someone who is on the short list for any of the republican candidates, particularly if hillary clinton is the nominee, and they are looking to kind of counter that appeal among women." "i don't know if the governor will endorse. i do know that her endorsement would
go a long way here in south carolina right now. she is popular not just here, but she's very popular nationally, but i don't know if she'll ensorse, because you've got to wonder if she was going to endorse, she probably would have done it by now." "she's an effective politician, and her audience around the removal of the flag in response to the horrible events in charleston, i think was an extremely impressive and effective introduction, so based on what we have seen so far, i think that many republicans would look at her as an asset on thehe national ticket. i mean, there are obviously other if marco rubio isn't the nominee, he's someone who's going to get a lot of dicussion. but if hillary clinton is the choice, i think you can guarantee there will be serious conversation, at least, about your governor." the journalists also talked about donald trump and
that he has a chance to win the nomination, especially after surviving a series of gaffes from last fall up until recently. one of the journalists said he feels the media is somewhat complicit in trump's success because of how much coverage his campaign is given. on the campaign trail one presidential candidate says the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia makes his campaign an urgent one. texas senator ted cruz spoke exclusively with wis-news 10 today. he says rights like religious freedom and second amendment rights could be in danger depending upon who takes scalia's place on the
sot ted cruz 00:15:42 this vacancy, i knew justice scalia for 20 years. he was a lion of the law. the court hangs in the balance. and i think justice scalia's death really underscores the steaks out of this election. the people of south carolina are asking "who can i trust to make supreme court nominees? republicans have so many times gotten it wrong." and they get it wrong because they're not willing to spend of the political capital, to nominate and confirm approve and conservative. i have spent my entire adult life fighting to defend the constitution and the bill of rights. and part of the reason conservatives are uniting behind my campaign is because they know , they know , that every nominee on the court that i will appoint will be a principled constitutionalist justice. who will protect our rights. earlier today, cruz unveiled his plan to increase america's military forces after what he called "neglect" by the obama administration. ohio governor john kasich returned to the midlands today--after he took a break to campaign
kasich held a town hall meeting in cayce tonight. a new cnn poll out today--shows kasich could be in trouble in the palmetto state. he's currently in sixth place with only 4 percent of the vote. at tonight's town hall, kasich pledged to keep his campaign positive. "we all plug together. and i'm not going to disappear. i'm not going to go in some bubble somewhere and not be available for people. because i intend to travel the states to tell each of the states how the other states are doing well to solve problems, and fix things, and raise all of us up." the cnn poll shows donald trump ahead by 16 points. cruz comes in second and rubio in third. jeb bush and ben carson are the other two candidates polling ahead of kasich. for democratic candidate bernie sanders--a strong showing in the palmetto state could come down to two key groups...young voters and african americans. and sanders was working to get his message out in columbia today--making stops at allen university and usc. at a town hall event this
joined by erica garner, the daughter of an african- american man from new york who died while in police custody. sanders used garner's story to talk about police brutality affecting the black community and the need for criminal justice reform. "we have got to achieve the day when young black males and women can walk the streets without worrying about being harassed by a police officer." " "think of him as a protestor,as part of the black lives matter movement and also the civil rights movement and he's not try to buy our vote, he's telling you to keep an open mind." also at the town hall today--sanders touched on topics of gun violence, climate change and providing free college tuition at public universities. taking a look now at your overnight forecast--and what's in store for your morning
we get more from von gaskin in the weather center. a fast moving "clipper" will deliver a few scattered showers this evening into very early wednesday morning with lows near 40 degrees. the sun is back wednesday through sunday with warming temperatures into the 70s by this weekend. the city of columbia is making a big change in the way it manages the water and
for nearly two decades the city has made a practice of moving millions of dollars out of the city's water and sewer systems to pay for other services. the controversial practice led to a lawsuit. the justices did not ban the practice but the court did warn the revenues should not be treated as a "slush fund." in a 5 - 0 vote today, council decided to stop all transfers on june 30th. tonight's decision also commits the city to maintain or increase
in the state house--senators say they're planning to dive into a big debate on roads starting tomorrow. senate pro tem hugh leatherman said senators would meet two hours earlier tomorrow and that the debate could last well into the evening. debate on a plan to fix state infrastructure has been stalled since session began in early january. senators are also working on a special honor for the victims of the charleston church shootings. today, the senate judiciary committee unanimously approved a resolution declaring june 17th as "mother emanuel nine day" south carolinians to reflect on race relations on the one- year anniversary of the shooting in charleston that killed nine people. the resolution was approved by the house last month. major renovations in the works at the richland library in columbia. the renovations on the 3rd floor of the main library include more than just new furniture, bookshelves, and new rooms. this will be a revamped office dedicated to career
appropriately called the new career, business and research center. these services are free and readily available to the public. "we are on the cutting edge -- and i like to say that the services we offer in the business, careers and research. which is our new name, is truly a flagship service that the library is able to provide for our customers and also makes that community connection possible." library officials hope to have the new career, business and research center open by the end of the month. we have all the details listed on this story on our website wistv.com. boeing is celebrating its nearly five-year establishment in south carolina with a big milestone. today, hundreds of people watched the 100th 787 dreamliner built at the company's north charleston facility roll out for delivery to american airlines. the dreamliner model is used for travel overseas. inside--the plane has ceilings nearly 9 feet high and larger windows than
other highlights include larger storage space for luggage. for those who've been part of the dreamliner program early on--watching the 100th delivery today was extra special. "it does give me goosebumps. because i had a part in the very beginning of the program, had a part in the design and the certification phase. there were some tough things we went through but now to see it out in service, serving our passengers and customers, really feels great." the 787 unveiled today is the first one american airlines has gotten directly from the boeing facility in south carolina. boeing leaders are promising the next 100 planes will be produced in half the time. after the break, president obama is doubling-down in an already growing fight over the supreme court. plus--like it or not apple will be getting involved in the investigaiton into the san
the san bernardino killers. a judge today ruled that apple must help investigators get past the security features to unlock the phone owned by syed farook. the fbi is trying to find out what information is on the phone...with hopes it t uld lead to other terrorist contacts or plans. farook and his wife tashfeen malik died in a shootout with police after they reportedly shot and killed 14 of farook's coworkers in december. president obama is sending a clear message to senate republicans...he says he will name an indisputably qualified supreme court nominee. the tough talk comes in response to republicans' threat not to vote on a nominee--until a new president is elected. we get more from mary moloney. "this will be the opportunity for senators to do their job." president obama vows to nominate a replacement for justice antonin scalia
: "i a agoing to present somebody who indisputably is qualified for the seat." senate republicans promise to block any nominee until a new president is in office. presidential candidate : "our next president is going to chose not just a replacement for justice scalia, but at least two other supreme court justices, possibly. we know this because at least three of the justices are near 80 years of age" republican senate judiciary committee chairman chuck grassley told radio iowa he has not made up his mind about whether there will be confirmation hearings for any potential candidate. iowa : "i would wait until the nominee is made before i would make any decisions. hillary clinton fired off at least 11 tweets calling any threat to halt the process disgraceful. : "i intend to nominate somebody, to present them to the american people, to present them to the senate. i expect them to hold hearings. i expect there to be a vote."
meanwhile--the body of justice antonin scalia is expected to lie in state at the supreme court on friday. scalia died in his sleep from natural causes over the weekend. the public will be able to view his casket in the supreme court's great hall on his body will be the first to lie in repose in the building since 2005. scalia's funeral is set for this saturday. a new deal has been inked by and cuba officials--to restore air countries. today, transportation officials made the deal official in havana. u.s. airlines must apply for rmission from u.s. regulators to fly specific routes before they sell tickets to cuba. the arrangement allows only 20 round-trip flights per day. airlines have 15 days from today to submit route applications. those who have been exposed to the zika virus or have traveled to zika- affected areas are under a new health warning the food and drug administration is advising they not give blood for at least a month.
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what happened. usc is unable to get back on track after saturday's blowout loss to the wildcats.. carolina loses on the road tonight at missouri..the last place team in the sec. the gamecocks start the game ice cold. they shoot just 24 percent from the field in the first half...nine of 37. when namon wright hits this three pointer...usc is down by 15...23 to eight. duane notice tries to keep carolna
points....carolina down eight at the break....33-25. second half....freshman pj dozier cuts the lead to four with a jumper....it's 33-29. the tigers pull away again.... k.j. walton drops in a triple....missouri leads 52-to-40. michael carrera leads a carolina comeback....he slams home the alley oop..... just over four minutes to play...carrera makes it a three point game at 62 to 59. he finishes with 14 points and ten rebounds. notice hits a jumper with just over two minute s to play... the gamecocks lead 65 to 64. but the gamecocks manage just one field goal the rest of the way.... they shoot 33 percent for the game.....22 of 66.... missouri wins it 72 to 67...carolina drops to 21 and five overall...eight and five in the conference. they're now in third place behind kentucky and lsu. the state playoffs are underway in the high the a.c. flora boys are number one in three-a.
emerald vikings.... === first quarter... falcons flying. james reese steals the ball... then lays it up and in. === moments later... diamante brown with a huge block at the rim. then he alters the putback... and flora takes off the other way. ball finds reese in the corner... and he knocks in the triple. 9-2 falcons. === they keep rolling. off a miss... brown shows everyone how to follow! the putback slam! that's a nice throw down! a-c flora beats emerald by the final of 65-44. we've got another three a-game...the lower richland diamond hornets hosting ththeastside eagles....... ==== l-r's defense steals the show. kelvin washington swipes the pass and lays the ball in. === then clyde trapp forces a turnover... and pushes the ball up the floor. the ball works it way back to trapp for the hoop and the harm. we're tied at 30. === fourth quarter...