tv WIS News 10 at 600 NBC February 18, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm EST
let's send it over to ben tanner now in the weather center. great stretch of weather over the next few days. mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s today then warmer through the weekend! friday sunday: partly cloudy, highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s by sunday. changes coming as it looks wet and cooler starting monday and much of the next week. the owner of a business that sells off the belongings of people who have died is now locked up accused of ripping off the
supposed to be helping. it's a story we've been following since last year. jack kuenzie is in the newsroom with the details. dawndy, charles---two felony counts of breach of trust with fraudulent intent. filed today against the owner of a company we spotlighted in a wis investigation last fall. tony hendon---owner of the estate liquidation company called estate sale guys headquartered on hampton street in columbia. in september, we outlined several examples of lawsuits filed against hendon by people alleging hendon contracted with them to
from incapacitated or deceased relatives. those clients saying hendon sold many if not all of the items----then refused to turn over net profits that in some cases totalled in the tens of thousands of dollars. we approached hendon for comment at one of those sales, but he declined. in some cases, clients told us they'd been trying to get their money for years without success. one of the charges now pending carries a potential prison sentence of up to five years upon conviction. the other up to ten years. his attorney told us this afternoon he's advised hendon more charges may be on the way. a bond hearing is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. jack kuenzie wis news ten. three of the republican presidential candidates, including the front-runner, will be in downtown columbia tonight for a town hall forum.
the u-s-c school of law. and chad mills is there with a look ahead. this is actually part two of a town hall that started last night. the first part, in greenville, included senators marco rubio and ted cruz along with ben carson. tonight, donald trump, jeb bush, and governor john kasich will be in the spotlight. the three men have different viewpoints on some topics, and two of them -- bush and trump -- have been known to trade jabs so far during this election cycle. if it's anything like last night's town hall, the event tonight won't be a debate -- meaning the candidates won't be on stage all at once but will instead take turn answering questions from cnn's anderson cooper. last night, rubio, cruz, carson talked about a number of things. rubio and carson told the small audience they are prepared to be president. meanwhile, cruz said it was ridiculous that tump suggested president george w. bush didn't keep the country safe because 9/11 happened on his watch.
both rubio and trump that he's a liar. "you know i've got to say anderson, this is a strange election season, in many ways. both donald trump and marco rubio are following this pattern that whenever anyone points to their actual record, to what they've said, to what they've voted on, to what they've done, they start screaming 'liar! liar! liar!' it is the oddest thing. i can't think of any precedent in any previous republican presidential election. now from my end, i have not and will not respond in kind. if they want to engage in personal insults, if they want to go to the mud, i'm not going to say the same thing about them. i think the people of south carolina deserve more than people that throwing mud at each other." / "and i'm going to continue focusing on issues and record that just yelling insults and liar is not a response when you want to run away from your record." it'll be interesting to see if trump focuses any attacks on senator rubio tonight,
seems to have captured some momentum after an endorsement from governor nikki haley in chapin yesterday. live in columbia, chad mills, wis news 10. meanwhile, donald trump is accusing the mexican government of lying to pope francis about his plans to deal with illegal immigration. after his visit to mexico, pope francis criticized trump's proposal to build a border wall between mexico and the u.s. pope francis told reporters that trump is "not a christian" if he holds those beliefs.
fired back. he said the mexican government has fed the pope lies and called the pope's words "disgraceful." "the pope is being told that donald trump is not a nice person. donald trump is a very nice person. and i'm, i am a very nice person. and i'm a very good christian because the pope said something to the effect maybe donald trump is not a christian, okay... and he's questioning my faith... i was very surprised to see it." isis terrorists have repeatedly talked about their plans to attack rome and trump said if they do go after the vatican, the pope will be praying that donald trump had been president of the united states. at the state house today----more filibustering on a roads improvement bill---but little action. beaufort senator tom davis resumed his effort to stall one of the top legislative priorities for this session. that being the bill aimed at fixing south carolina roadways. senastor davis s pposes a gas tax increase and got
colleagues. accountability is about ultimately the bucks can stop with one person the voters can vote out of office, if that one person is doing things wrong, they can be booted out. and it's also about structuring it in such a fashion that you don't...vest too much power in any one person or any senators did not take a vote. they'll get back to the debate next tuesday. after the break--we'll have an update on three deputies involved in a wreck.
we'll also hear from neighbors who heard it happen when we come back. break 2
lexington county sheriff's department say they've received an outpouring of support from the community since last night. you can imagine for officers there it had to be a long series of hours following this crash. the good news we've been able to report today is all three deputies involved suffered injuries that were non life threatening. according to the department two of the officers are already out of the hospital. reports that first came in last night where that both cruisers were responding to a burglary in lexington -- when they crashed near the intersection of platt springs and old orangeburg roads. several people who live right near that location said they noise sounded like a bomb going off. many went outside and said they couldn't believe the images they saw. "i heard two people yelling but on the passenger side he was saying 'help me'..but the driver he was like 'help me! help me!...and i mean it was stuff all in the road and it was like crazy ya know." "we're just grateful that these deputies are okay. that they're going to be fine and they were able to be on the other side now of this incident." the south carolina highway patrol is still investigating the collision. officials can't say at this
cars hit each other. authorities say it could take days or week until their investigation is complete. the sheriff's department says all three deputies are looking at rehab and recovery time ahead. in the newsroom, mike desumma, wis news 10. the weekend
is shaping up to be a great one to be outside. stay tuned for your full forecast after the break.
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and the gamecock baseball team is ready to start a new season.....sports is next!!!! ahead for us tonight: trump versus the pope. why they are now at odds. if a hospital can have its computer data taken for ransom... how easy is it
for cyber crooks to hold your data hostage? we have important informtation.and how to lower your cholesterol by lowering the stress in your life. when we see you back here
park....first pitch is scheduled for four pm. usc is anxnxus to get started after failing to make the playoffs for the first time since 1999. the gamecocks practiced today at the gamecocks practiced today at
the ballpark. chad holbrook is beginning his fourth season as usc's head coach. he's excited to see this team on the field in a real game. holbrook has 23 returning players..to go along with a recruiting class ranked as high as number two nationally. chad: but opening day is very, very unique. if you put on a uniform and you've been in a dugout..you don't quite understand it and get a feel of it. it's like christmas eve to us...we're going to be excited. i won't sleep
marcus: just like christmas eve..i mean...it's going to be hard to sleep tonight...knowing that another team is going to be rolling in here trying to beat us in our own park in front of our own fans on opening day..it gets me excited. i can't wait for tomorrow..it's going to be hard to sleep tonight. chad:we'll wake up earlier than we usually wake up..because we'll be anxious to get to the field and play. that's kind of what makes baseball and opening day so special. there's no time to celebrate for the usc women's basketball team. carolina can clinch the outright regular
season title tonight with a victory at home over georgia. if they do...don't expect confetti to fall from the rafters of colonial life arena. carolina clinched at least a share of the title monday when they beat tennessee at knoxville. center alaina coates says they didn't throw a party after that game...because they still have unfinished business. they want to make sure they don't have any late season slip- ups as they pursue an undefeated conference record. see..this year..we're just going to finish the season out first before we celebrate anything.
..we either had a claim on a title and we slipped up towards the end. we won it outright my freshman year but lost ..and then last year we had to share it because we lost to kentucky at their place. this year..we're just trying to continue the season without that. be sure to tune in tonight at 7 for a special hour- long edition of wis's decision 2016 coverage. nbc is covering the south carolina primary there all week from its special headquarters at the liberty tap room in the vista. judi gatson is there with what's ahead. we're here live at liberty tap room on gervais street in columbia...where tonight we'll have live coverage of all the events on the campaign trail. tune in at 7 to wis for an hour-long special edition
and that police brutality is used to keep folks hemmed in, and frankly, opportunity locked out. i spent my entire life in the civil rights movement. i
came up in the naacp like my mom came up in the naacp, like my father came up with the congress of racial equality, like bernie sanders came up with the congress of racial equality. black lives matter. we need to combat institutional racism from top to bottom in a broken criminal justice system. i'm supporting bernie sanders for president and all of us who have joined this campaign are there for the same reason. he's always fought for a populus position of let's fight for all our families as if they are our own.
the pope versus trump. shock waves as pope francis weighs into the race for president. why
he said donald trump is not a christian. donald firing back. it's getting ugly as rubio and cruz have accusations. suddenimpact. a terrifying chopper crash caught on tape near pearl harbor. breaking news from hawaii. a hospital hacked. its computers frozen, forced to pay ransom to gain back control. and a warning it could happen to you. and hidden risk. when even exercise won't lower the stubbornly high cholesterol. what doctors say you need to get rid of to bring it down. "nightly news" begins right now. from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt.