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this minute."the news at four. i'm charles molineaux. first lets send it over to sam bleiweis in the alert center on a big endorsement in the g-o-p primary here in south carolina. getting word that gov. nikki haley will endorse marco rubio tonight at his event in chapin. rubio's campaign has not confirmed this information. a person close to the governor with knowledge of this decision told the associated press the governor will endorse rubio at tonight's event ahead of the first in the south republican presidential primary. endorsement important - falls in line with sen. tim scott and rep. trey gowdy in endorsing rubio. comes just a day after she said she may not endorse at all this cycle. takin a look back - haley endorsed mitt romney in the 2012 primary and campaigned with him. romney lost to newt gingrich.
shooting of a teenage burglary suspect will stay locked up for now. a judge is considering bond for jimmy methe . he's charged with manslaughter for the death of 17 year old brandon spencer. authorities say methe shot spencer after spencer tried to steal property out of methe's truck. our mike desumma was in the courtroom today. mike. charles, dawndy it's safe to say the facts of this case have taken a toll on both sides. those who knew methe addressed the court --- asking for him to get a low bond. the judge for now is taking that request under advisement. supporters also spoke to his character --- calling him a good father and member of the community. to law enforcement and prosecutors methe was not within his rights when he shot brandon spencer near his home saturday night. investigators say methe saw the victim and another person near his truck early saturday morning.
fled.and then police say methe fired on spencer from behind fatally wounding him. methe's supporters say he had been the victim of break ins several times before this incident happened. outside of court they said they still feel he was doing what was necessary to protect his property and family. "it's ridiculous i mean the kid..everybody kept saying he's a good kid. he might have been a good kid.but a good father and good kid would have been at home and in the bed at 3 o'clock in the morning and not ins somebody's yard taking their belongings." "he started it.but the response from mr. methe was probably.was inappropriate i think..he made a bad split second decision." a decision from the judge on bond in this case could come by the end of this week. the prosecution is asking for a high surety bond --- until proceedings move forward. live in camden, mike desumma, wis news 10. with just a few days to south carolina's
is setting up to be great as candidates swarm all over the state. we're giving you a live look through the wis skycam over downtown columbia. meteorolgist ben tanner is in the first alert weather center looking at a surge of springlike temperatures over the next few days. skies clear this midday, highs lower 60s. high pressure comes in thursday through the weekend.we'll start out cool thursday with highs near 60 then warm to the 70s by the weekend with sunny to mostly sunny skies. overnight lows from the lower 30s friday morning to upper 40s by monday am. our next organized rain chance come early next week.until then it's a taste of spring! skies clear this midday, highs
high pressure comes in thursday through the weekend.we'll start out cool primary. and the g-o-p candidates are all over the palmetto state. jeb bush just wrapped up a rally in summerville. he took questions about his toughness if he were to be resident. "i think he asked if i was an s-o-b...i will say i'll be tough. i'll be resilient." earlier in the day he met with voters in beaufort. and this evening at 6:30 he'll be in myrtle beach. prior to tonight's big rally in chapin...senator marco rubio was busy making other stops, including an event in aiken. senator tim scott, who is expected to join governor haley at tonight's rubio rally, was with the senator earlier to give him a warm welcome. "the next president of the united states marco rubio!" rubio held a town hall meeting in mt. pleasant this morning and stressed the
a president who is a true conservative... and who has the record to back it up. he said he's ready to be that senator. "but i'm asking you to vote for me because i'm as conservative as anyone in this race. and i have a 15 year record to prove it. but i'm also the one who can and of all the people left in this race, i am the one who can most quickly can unify the party so we can take on the challenge of growing it... not just the party, but the movement." rubio will also be in chapin for a town hall at six p-m on east boundary street. texas senator ted cruz says he would love a real legal fight with donald trump. in just about 40 minutes, cruz will take to the stage at a rally in spartanburg. in seneca this morning he slammed both donald trump and marco rubio. cruz says his campaign has received a cease and desist letter from trump's lawyers...
that paints trump as being pro-choice. cruz said, if trump actually tries to sue his campaign he would welcome the opportunity to question trump under oath. "i have to say mr. trump you have been threatening frivolous lawsuits your entire life. even in the annals of frivolous lawsuits this takes the cake. so donald, i would encourage you, if you want to file a lawsuit challenging this ad... claiming it's defamation... file the lawsuit." tonight, cruz will hold a rally in spartanburg at oakbrook preparatory school. that's at 6. rally in spartanburg at oakbrook preparatory school. that's at 6. at an event in bluffton this morning the trump had words of his own for cruz. donald trump hosted a town hall where he said
against are dishonest and accused cruz of lying about trumps record on gun rights. trump also had a unique call for people to go and vote. " the main thing is you have to go and vote, but if you don't vote for me don't go and vote. you ever hear these politicians doesn't matter who you're voting for, but you must go out and vote. just go out and vote if you're going to vote for me. tonight trump will head to the midlands. he'll be at the sumter county civic center at seven. in the lowcountry, john kasich talked to voters on the bluffton promenade. kasich is seeing growing crowds here in south carolina after his second place finish in new hampshire. this morning his rally in bluffton was interrupted by a group of planned parenthood protesters, who asked the ohio governor why he hated women's health. protesters: why do you hate women's health?" kasich: "first of all i love when young people show up somewhere. look i grew up in the 70's if you don't have a good protest you ain't living. we are going to fund women's health very aggressively, including the fight to reduce
our state. we are not cutting off women's health and we are not going to fund planned parenthood. because they put themselves in this pickle." kasich is expected to sign a bill in ohio this weekend that defunds planned parenthood. ben carson is making several appearances around the midlands today. his day began with a stop at cromer's peanuts in columbia. the republican spoke with entrepreneurs and discussed start-up companies. carson also spoke about what he has to do to earn the support of south carolina voters, including evangelicals. "i'm not going to change who i am. if they resonate with somebody who has the3 kind of values that are very consistent with the evangelical mission, i'm here. if they prefer something more boisterous and something that doesn't fit into the traditional definition of evangelicals, that's up to
carson has another appearance that's set to get underway shortly. at 12:30, he'll hold a meet and greet at the grille on main in newberry. there are two big televised events tonight where you can hear from some of the candidates. ben carson will take the stage with both ted cruz and marco rubio tonight in a town hall hosted by cnn in greenville. it is at 8pm and will be moderated by cnn's anderson cooper. donald trump is headed down to charleston. he is the only candidate confirmed for an msnbc town hall. that starts at 8 o'clock. trump is expected to take questions from voters. we are tracking all the presidential candidates as they make their way across our state in these last few days before the primary. we have everything you need to know to prepare at wistv.com. the pope's visit to mexico making an impact across the border. coming up... we look at the papal mass in mexico that's expected to draw thousands in
today, on pope francis' final day in mexico he stopped t the banks of the rio grande river and prayed for the thousand who have died trying to cross into the u-s. more than a million people are expected at a mass this afternoon... with tens-of-thousands sharing the moment, just across the border in el paso. nbc's mary ann ahern is there with more. "my brothers and sisters" pope francis meets first with convicts at a juarez prison --bringing one to
as he urges them to break the cycle of violence. no one could have imagined a papal visit here. just 6 years ago when this gritty border town was considered the murder capital -- more than 36 hundred murders. many are hoping the papal spotlight adds to the recovery. "let's hopes so ... very powerful." tracing the steps that many migrants take, pope francis comes as close as he can to the security gates -- praying with families who've lost loved ones trying to cross the border. "sometimes they get ... mainstream to them" his visit right in the midst of a heated presidential campaign. gop candidate donald trump says pope francis a very political person who doesn't understand the border issues. "people need a moral voice ... of our country." "it doesn't matter.. worship" 13:29 for those attending the el paso service there is hope the pope's voice makes a
: "just peace ... need to be." this final day for pope francis in mexico -- true to his style --- highlighting issues from violence to immigration. from the open field mass in juarez the fence that separates the u.s. from mexico is visible. and for the thousands who came to the sun bowl in el paso to watch it all unfold -- they feel the connection too. it's been an all day celebration here. many are hoping as juarez and el and recovery will extend to those who need it most. i'm mary ann ahern in el paso, texas, now back to you. owned by san bernardino terrorist syed farook, a judge in california ruled requiring apple to disable a feature that wipes the phone's data after 10 incorrect password attempts allowing the fbi to try millions of password combinations without wiping out any evidence in the phone however...a letter signed by
warns that complying with the order would entail building "a backdoor to the iphone," creating "something we consider too dangerous to create." the government said it owes it to victims' families to investigate every aspect of the attack. the f-d-a has released new guidelines for keeping the zika virus out of the u-s blood supply. the agency is asking people who recently traveled to affected countries to wait four weeks before donating blood. this also applies to everyone who had sexual contact with those travelers. most people affected by zika don't show any symptoms. but doctors say the four- week wait should be enough for their immune systems to clear the virus. time now for an update on your weather. for that we turn to meteorologist ben tanner. skies clear this midday, highs lower 60s. high pressure comes in thursday through the weekend.we'll start out cool thursday with highs near 60 then warm to the 70s by
week.until then it's a taste of spring! skies clear this midday, highs lower 60s. high pressure comes in thursday through the weekend.we'll start out cool thursday with highs near 60 then warm to the 70s by the weekend with sunny to mostly sunny skies. overnight lows from the lower 30s friday morning to upper 40s by monday am.
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to hand out gift cards to unsuspecting citizens. the deputies took the day to go beyond their call of duty and thank citizens for doing the right thing. deputies say citizens participate in acts of
goes unnoticed. "it's a rarity that we get to go out into the community in a sense where we are giving back in a totally opposite perspective in a way that we have been trained to do. we are actually just letting people know that we appreciate you doing a good job on the roads or helping out with acts of kindness." citizens were caught going the speed limit and going out of their way to help others. let's get an update on your weather with ben. skies clear this midday, highs lower 60s. high pressure comes in thursday through the weekend.we'll start out cool thursday with highs near 60 then warm to the 70s by
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