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and today, trump rallied his troops in the state's coastal areas. trump drew a crowd estimated at more than five thousand to an event in myrtle beach---where he launched attacks on a range of targets including the german prime minister to trade deals he says give unfair advantages to nations like vietnam, china and japan. the latest nbc news-wall street journal-marist poll shows the gap between trump and ted cruz shrinking to five points during the rally, trump had to pause to deal with hecklers. like the press oftentimes--what would you do about isis? thank you man. oh that's nice. are they friends or not? out. get 'em out. get 'em out. get them out of here. come on, go. get 'em out. get 'em out. trump also called himself a "unifier" but blasted president obama for failing to do enough for
trump says if he was african- american---quote---"i wouldn't like him very much." the candidates are continuing to stamp down the trail here in south carolina -- working for every vote they can get before the polls open. that includes texas senator ted cruz. he's expected to land at eagle aviation in west columbia. that's where we find our mike desumma who joins us now live with more. sam , judi this hanger at eagle aviation has been used often over the years. troops on their way in and out of the midlands on deployment have come through here. today it's expected to host about 600 ted cruz supporters for an afternoon rally. the texas senators plane is expected to hit the ground in minutes. he'll rally with voters here before he continues on.
the low country and the grand strand. rally with voters here before he continues on. earlier today he made stops in the low country and the grand strand. he's coming off a big week -- taking a lead over donald trump in a national poll from nbc and the wall street journal. at a rally in myrtle beach this morning cruz made the case that he will uphold conservative ideals if elected. that includes when it comes to nominating the next justice of the supreme court justice... if he gets that chance. "listen we all know if a democrat wins..if hillary clinton wins...if bernie sanders wins or some other socialist wins...that our freedoms are gone for a generation." cruz also got another boost today in charleston -- netting the endorsement of former south carolina governor mark sanford.
here at eagle aviation in minutes. well carry every development for you as they happen on air and online. for now live in west columbia, mike desumma, wis news 10. in one last push to win over south carolinians, marco rubio is criss- crossing the state today with governor nikki haley. in both columbia and hilton head.. the florida senator called for unity among republicans, and said he'd be a leader with an inclusive agenda. you elect me president i will look out for the best interests of all americans, including the people that don't for me. including the people that say nasty things about me on twitter and facebook. i'm going to cut their taxes too. rubio had to cancel an event this morning in parley's island due to plane trouble.. an event that is now rescheduled to 10 p-m. absentee voting in the palmetto state has officially closed.
lexington county in one minute. but first let's check on the weather with ben tanner. fabulous forecast over the next few days as high pressure is in place. look for mostly sunny skies today through the weekend with highs today in the lower 60s.near 70 saturday and low to middle 70s sunday. a pattern change by monday as a storm system moves our way and will increase clouds and our rain chances monday wednesday.of course temperatures will cool down as well. highs monday and tuesday in the lower 60s, look for middle to upper 50s the rest of the week. some of the rain on tuesday could be heavy. we are in first alert mode mon-wed and will have
absentee voters hit the polls to cast their vote for tomorrow's republican primary. our billie jean shaw joins us from lexington county auxiliary building where there's been a steady line throughout the day. it's been a pretty busy day at the elections commission in lexington. absentee voters were in and out the doors today to beat tomorrow's crowd and poll managers were picking up supplies to prepare for the huge crowd tomorrow. up until 5 o'clock the elections director tells me there has been a steady line of voters. each person waited for about 20 minutes which he says is per usual. the latest numbers show nearly in lexington county casted their vote today. i spoke to a few of them who lisa beebe, voter "i'm concerned about the healthcare benefits, taxes, those kind of things." dorothy shepherd, voter "our freedoms are in jeopardy and so many decisions have to be made by level-headed people." john shepherd, jr.,voter "i'm voting for a man who will be a leader of our
together." the elections commission director tells me they expect to polls to be even busier tomorrow. he says he is expecting about a 42 percent turnout which is 10 also making headlines--congressman jim clyburn has endorsed democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton. jim clyburn has endorsed democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton.
sound sometimes, campaigns are and should be about the future. and i believe that the future of the democratic party and the united states of america will be best served with the experiences and know- how of hillary clinton as our 45th president." looking to nevada, likely democratic caucus-goers are split almost evenly between the two candidates. that caucus is happening tomorrow. the south carolina democratic primary is next saturday, february 27th. coming up at 5:30, we will hear from political analyst chuck todd, take a closer look at political polls and their significance to the race, and finding out what candidates need to do in south carolina to stay in the game. we will continue our decision
the republican presidential primary throughout the day tomorrow. you can also check out the latest on wistv.com. and make sure to watch our special tomorrow night from 7 to 8 p.m. lexington business owner greg leon, who was part of the scandal surrounding former sheriff james metts, is now being held on half a million
dollars bond on murder charges. metts bond was set today. he's charged for the shooting death on valentine's day. investigators say leon pulled a gun on his wife and the unknown victim at a park on ride off riverchase way and shot repeatedly into the car. authorities say leon later called 9-1-1 and told a dispatcher "i shot my wife's lover." today dozens of members of leon's family were in the courtroom asking the judge to let him out on bond. his wife said leon needs to be out of jail in order to keep his restaurants going to support his workers and his family. "there's a couple of issues here
address. one is the danger to the community and two his to flee..uhh i'll point out that he surrendered himself without any problem whatsoever." leon faced federal charges last year. that was in connection with the corruption scandal surrounding former lexington county sheriff james metts. he'll have
to make an appearancee in federal court -- in order for his bond to take effect. bond has been set for a camden man accused of fatally shooting a teenager. a kershaw county judge has granted $200,000 surety bond for 49-year- old jimmy methe. methe is accused of shooting 17-year-old brandon spencer, after methe claimed he caught him stealing from his truck saturday morning. coming up on wis--celebrating the legacy of well-known author harper lee. plus--the supreme court, which was often divided during justice antonin scalia's tenure, will be united friday in grief over his
troubles of the deep south, was published. the following year, lee won the pulitzer prize. the film adaptation of the novel - starring gregory peck - opened on christmas day of 1962. harper lee returned to her hometown of monroeville, alabama in 2007 after suffering a stroke. today at the u.s. supreme court ... the body of the late justice antonin scalia lies in repose. his fellow justices and president obama were among those who paid their respects to scalia - who died this past weekend in texas. brian mooar reports. 49-53 in a flag-draped casket ... justice antonin scalia was carried into the
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,
today through the weekend with highs today in the lower 60s.near 70 saturday and low to middle 70s sunday. a pattern change by monday as a storm system moves our way and will increase clouds and our rain chances monday wednesday.of course temperatures will cool down as well. highs monday and tuesday in the lower 60s, look for middle to upper 50s the rest of the week. some of the rain on tuesday could be heavy. we are in first alert mode mon-wed and will have
for human rights and women's rights. hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug
companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the job done... for us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. "tell them, to go **** themselves..." he's not a reckless blowhard, or a scripted robot. he's a conservative governor with proven results. he led the nation in job creation and beat the teachers union to enact massive reform. jeb bush. over 40 retired generals and admirals and 12 medal of honor recipients know he's the commander in chief we need now. conservative, proven and prepared. jeb bush for president. right to rise usa is responsible for the content
senator bernie sanders and former secretary of state hillary
clinton. the two are campaigning hard for the minority vote. both campaigns have been pushing for college students, women and different ethnic groups to vote. this sunday on awareness, we'll hear what the voters have to say. table based on her experience as secretary of state, as us
-- not just of the united state job done and she has done it in that's atrocious and it really sounds good listening to these youngsters here talk about -- intelligently talk about why they want to vote for their choice. it is imperative that we get out any vote." ahead of the democratic primary -- a look at both candidates, their similarities and the issues that have some voters split. joins us sunday morning at 11 for awareness right here on wis. there are some things to know before you go to vote saturday. tomorrow's g-o-p primary is just the first of two in the palmeto state. following saturday's republican primary, will be the democratic primary next saturday, february 27. polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. you can only vote in one, you cannot vote in both.
valid forms of identification are listed on your screen and include your south carolina drivers license or a passport. you will have to show it before voting. once your at the polls, here's how you can expect the voting process to work. finally, be sure to check your polling location. some polling places are different or combined the primaries. we have a link on wistv.com slash big red 10. wistv.com slash big red 10. coming up on wis--we're going one on one with political analyst chuck todd. we're taking a closer look at
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. her church taught her to do all
the good you can... for all the people you can... for as long as you can... after law school, she could have joined a high priced law firm... but instead, she worked to reform juvenile justice in south carolina... exposed racism in alabama schools...
and provided legal aid to families in arkansas. her life's work has been about breaking barriers. and so would
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gop presidential candidates making their last rounds t-minus 24 hours until the primary...hoping to get more votes. the eyes of the political world are focuses on south carolina. a short time ago, our charles molineaux had a change to talk with meet the press host chuck todd about the pulse of the race. and he says the focus of this presidential race is about to get a lot less focused. this afternoon, chuck todd said tomorrow's republican primary has been hit with another jolt by pope francis' criticism of donald trump which he says could actually "help" trump, putting him back onto the first big issue that made him the 2016 superstar, immigration. this after trump was starting to lose some strength in the polls. all six republican candidates are in south carolina today, but he says we will no longer see so many of them in the same place after the primary tomorrow. 16:58
over. look, look at a john cacic, who is doing his best to at least show life in south carolina, trying to see if you can get any momentum after new hampshire. he is immediately, you're going to start seeing him go to places like virginia on march 1.then he wants to spend time in michigan which is march 8. ted cruz? he is immediately going to go to texas, oklahoma, all the s ec tuesday states that are on march 1, georgia, alabama. donald trump will be doing the same thing. marco rubio, he is probably going to try tennessee, florida,. each of them is going to try to cherry-pick states after this. but a lot of it depends upon what is the order. look, a third place finish for rubio, i think he's in deep trouble. i think rubio has put all of his chips and the south carolina basket. he is banking on finding a way. he's got all the key endorsements. if he can get second-place, he gets more money, more momentum; jeb bush drops out. he finds more resources, and then he can run that big national campaign. but if you steroid, then he's in the midst of having to cherry pick and only concentrate on i stayed here or a state
depend, which way these candidates go, it will depend upon what happened saturday night. todd says members of the national media realize they've been giving donald trump months of free publicity and trump and ted cruz have actually spent far less on advertising in south carolina than marco rubio and jeb bush have. but he says trump has repeatedly been "the" big story in this election so when it comes to giving him attention, you're darned if you do and darned if you don't. judi, sam. you can watch meet the press with chuck todd on sundays at 9 a-m right here on wis. even with a hit from the pope, a slight dip in the latest nbc wall street journal marist poll and the governor's endorsement going to marco rubio - experts are still projecting donald trump to do very well tomorrow at the polls. ever since he entered the race in the first debate back in august - trump has maintained a big lead over the other candidates. "this isn't going away. this is not something that people are just sending a message. people believe he's electable and that story
he wins a primary, well this group thought he was electable, maybe the same thing can happen here. so it really is the more he wins, the more likely it is that he'll win the next one. that's the true definition of momentum." professor oldendick says trump's strength - whether by luck or not - was that he tapped into the distrust many americans feel towards the government. he says that strength could carry him to a win in south carolina. we have much more on decision 2016, including the significance of political polls and what candidates need to stay in the political game. but first, let's check in with meteorologist ben tanner where the weather could be pretty nice for election day. fabulous forecast over the next few days as high pressure is in place. look for mostly sunny skies today through the weekend with highs today in the lower 60s.near 70 saturday and low to
a pattern change by monday as a storm system moves our way and will increase clouds and our rain chances monday wednesday.of course temperatures will cool down as the week. some of the rain on tuesday could be heavy. we are in first alert mode mon-wed and will have the very latest. now less than 24 hours until the be heavy. we are in first alert mode mon-wed and will have the very latest. now less than 24 hours until the g-o-p primary a new poll shows donald trump's palmetto state lead has dropped 11 points from one month ago. nbc's new poll shows him with 28 percent of support from likely republican primary
percent support. florida senator marco rubio holds 15 percent support. jeb bush at 13 percent. ben carson and john kasich at 9 percent each. when it comes to likely democratic primary voters in the palmetto state 60 percent support hillary clinton, compared to the 32 percent supporting senator bernie sanders. this marks a slight drop from clinton's advantage
with such tight races coming out of iowa and new hampshire- presidential candidates are all hoping for a solid south carolina win in the primaries- some more than others- will whitson takes a look at why south carolina could be the end of the line for some campaigns. we saw mike huckabee and rick santorum leave the race after iowa- carly fiorina, jim gilmore and chris christie all suspended their campaigns after new hampshire so it's safe to say at least one campaign will end in south carolina if they don't get the results they were hoping for. the 50 winner take all delegates in south carolina's republican primary are the top prize for the winning candidate- but according to scott malyerck, what
keeps the campaigns in the
expectations. "if you overperform, that's great for you. if you underperform, that's bad." campaigns like ben carson's have banked on strong expectations in the palmetto state- heading for south carolina before the new hampshire primaries even closed. and after a stronger than anticipated number two finish- john kasich's campaign is banking on the momentum to follow him to south carolina polls. but malyerck says one campaign above all the others really needs to look strong saturday- "in 2000, south carolina saved george w. bush's presidency- it could do the opposite of jeb on saturday. jeb bush has thrown millions of dollars into south carolina. if he doesn't finish in the top three it's going to be hard for him." bush, as well as his florida counterpart, marco rubio, have busted out big endorsements on the palmetto state campaign trail in hopes of attracting voters- governor nikki haley and senator tim scott for rubio, president george w. bush for jeb. the question now is what will it take for victory- one answer from any
pundits is high voter turnout- which
"right now, 65,000 ballots have been returned, that's far more than any absentee ballots that have been cast in any presidential primary in the past" while some campaigns may end after polls close tomorrow in south carolina- malyerck says most likely, the top three finishers in the primary will stay in the race for quite some time. ww, wis news 10 nbc's lester holt will host nightly news live from the capital city's state house tonight at 6:30. that's right here on wis. and to get the latest updates on the campaign trail, head over to our website wistv.com. we will continue our decision 2016 coverage of the republican presidential primary throughout the day tomorrow. and make sure to watch our special tomorrow night from 7 to 8 p.m. the head of a midlands estate sale company will be allowed out on bond after his arrest on breach of trust charges. that development this afternoon
jack kuenzie was at today's hearing and joins us live in the newsroom. judi--tony hendon---who runs the company called estate sale guys---is being let out of jail without having to put up cash. that decision from a judge after hendon's attorney suggested his client is a less-than-stellar businessman who's been struggling financially. hendon was taken into custody yesterday and charged with two felony counts of breach of trust with fraudulent intent. those charges stem from two in a series of complaints filed against him by clients who say hendon agreed to sell off estate property---then failed to turn over proceeds adding up to nearly $100 thousand dollars. we spotlighted some of those allegations in a wis investigation last fall. in court, attorney bill watkins said hendon is quote---"not the best businessman." but watkins says hendon has always planned to fulfill the terms of his contracts with customers. he's had some setbacks. he's never denied that he didn't owe people. he's denied sometimes that he owes as much as they are. he's paid people. he's
his intent all along has been to pay people. he recognizes he owes them. he's trying to pay them. it's not a situation where he has a ponzi scheme or those kind of things. hendon's bond is set at $100 thousand dollars personal recognizance---which is basically a promise to appear in court. he will have to wear a gps monitor and he will have to pay for that monitor device. but for now, his business will remain open and the estate sales activity can continue. jack kuenzie wis news ten. a boil water advisory is in place this afternoon. it was issued for the 12 hundred block of college street, along with the 900 block of sumter street in richland county. the advisory is due to a water line break. you'll need to boil your water for a minute before using. coming up on wis--it's starting to feel like spring in the midlands! but is it going to stay this way? meteorologist ben tanner has your forecast after the
she spent a lifetime making a difference for people. winning healthcare
for 8 million children. benefits for families of reservists and the national guard. standing strong around the world for human rights and women's rights. hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the job done... for us.
pressure is in place. look for mostly sunny skies today through the weekend with highs today in the lower 60s.near 70 saturday and low to middle 70s sunday. a pattern change by monday as a storm system moves our way and will increase clouds and our rain chances monday wednesday.of course temperatures will cool down as well. highs monday and tuesday in the lower 60s, look for middle to upper 50s the rest of the week. some of the rain on tuesday could be heavy. we are in first alert mode mon-wed and will have the very latest. break play ball! the gamecocks are getting ready to hit the mound tonight as they take on albany. sports director rick henry joins us from founders monday and tuesday in the lower 60s, look for middle to upper 50s the rest of the week. some of the rain on tuesday could be
conservative, proven and prepared. jeb bush for president. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and
fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one.
where a good job is not a wish, but a
reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for your vote. mound tonight as they take on albany. sports director rick henry joins us from founders park. the gamecocks and the albany great danes are in the inning here at founders park on opening day. the score is to
sophomore right hander clarke schmidt is the opening day
starter for usc. schmidt won the friday starter's role by having a good summer and fall. today he has st through inning last season as a freshman..he started ten games and made eight relief appearances. he finished with a two and two record. schmidt says he was so excited about opening day....he forgot about something that's pretty important. it's a blessing. i'm extremely thankful to have it. i'm going to make the most of it. i'm going to go out there and do my job...and try to be as consistent as i can every outing. i'm chomping to get out there. this weekend and i'm not even thinking about that. i kind of forgot about that...my
she said what do you want for about all week is to just get crashed near the u-s-s arizona memorial at pearl harbor yesterday. at least three people were hurt. one is reportedly in critical condition. five people were on board the helicopter, when it went down in the water near ford island just after 10 o'clock in the morning. people who saw the crash jumped into the water and helped pull the victims to shore. it's not clear yet what caused the crash. virginia firefighters shared some dramatic video of emergency crews saving a dog that had fallen through some thin ice on a frozen lake. after carefully making their way
tour next friday in san diego. now her spokeswoman says the singer is canceling the first eight stops. rihanna's rep confirmed to billboard that "production delays" were behind the postponement. the tour will now begin on march 12th in
jacksonville, florida. the first eight stops of the tour will be rescheduled for may. we have good news for harry potter fans! after a long day of quidditch and fending off the dark arts there's a new place to enjoy a cold butterbeer at universal studios. the three broomsticks restaurant and hogs head pub has plenty of treats for you to enjoy..incuding beef sunday roast and yorkshire pudding. the grand opening is april 7. pennsylvania grandmother betty ritchie decided to celebrate her 85th birthday....with some snow angels! her kids say she has always had a playful personality and the video has made her into a local celebrity. she says she's glad it is making so many
thanks for joining us for the news at 5. we'll be right back. break "tell them, to go **** themselves..." he's not a reckless blowhard, or a scripted robot. he's a conservative governor with proven results. he led the nation in job creation and beat the teachers union to enact massive reform. jeb bush. over 40 retired generals and admirals and 12 medal of honor recipients know he's the commander in chief
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i'm charles molineaux. in just over 24 hours the polls will be closing across the palmetto state for the first in the
south republican primary. and time is winding down for the wis' billie jean shaw joins us from lexington county. billie jean the elections commissions building here has been quite busy today. right now polling managers are their supplies for tomorrow and the absentee voters just met the deadline, casting their vote. lexington which is mostly a republican county has 96 precincts. the director of the elections commission tells me they began prepping for saturday's primary a month ago. he says the commission is expecting a huge turnout compared to prior primaries.
to would be in 2008. we had about a 30 percent turnout in lexington county. so i've prepared everything to about 40 to 42 percent turnout equipment to help the lines not be so long." crepes tells me there are also hotlines set aside for poll managers to call tomorrow for assistance in the event of an emergency. however, to speed up the process, voters can have their photo id ready before entering the table to check-in. polling places across the midlands are open from 7 am to w-i-s caught up with him on main street just a short while ago. "i can't remember one like this. i'm not sure there'll be another one like it.