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of thunderstorms late tuesday into wednesday. rain chance between 70%-90%. today, mostly cloudy with showers and areas of rain developing, highs lower to middle 60s. the wedge moves in for tuesday with mostly cloudy skies, periods of showers, cooler highs wednesday as warmer air moves in ahead of the strong cold front, it's at that point things could become unstable enough to produce thunderstorms we'll have to wait and see how that plays out over the next 24 hours. the front moves through by latest wednesday, skies clear today, the presidential candidates have swapped
the democrats are now turning their focus to south carolina, while the republicans head west to nevada. democratic hopeful bernie sanders has already hit the ground running in the palmetto state. our caroline patrickis was there for a stop in sumter this morning. good afternoon it's the beginning of a new week and all eyes are on the south carolina democratic race. it's was just this morning when presidential candidate bernie sanders made his way to sumter to
the democratic primary this weekend i'm here at serendipity cafe in sumter, it was a very intimate event between sanders and his supporters today just a few in attendance at this last minute campaign event in the midlands as he heads into the first in the south democratic primary this weekend. of course he spoke on topics like jobs and education, raising the minimum wage and asking south carolinians to go out and vote. "we look around for other to people to make that.....that's why i'm running for president that's why i'm asking for your support" i spoke to a few supporters who made a long commute down to south carolina to spread their support with south carolinians... "aside from family and my job, my life is dedicated to getting bernie elected" "it would be great to spend the entire year campaigning for bernie"
caroline patrickis, wis news 10. sanders is facing an uphill battle in the palmetto state with most polls showing hillary clinton with a big lead. clinton will make a couple of stops in the midlands over the next few days. tomorrow night, she's scheduled to be at central baptist church at 6:15. on wednesday, she'll attend a luncheon at brookland baptist church at 2:30. the 'first in the south' democratic primary is this saturday and if you can't get to yoyo polling place this weekend, there's still time to vote absentee. if you want to receive an absentee ballot by mail you must turn in your application by tomorrow. you can vote in person at your county voter registration office until 5 p-m on friday. you can get extensive coverage of the south carolina democratic primary and the impact of the state's g-o-p primary results on our website, wistv-dot-com. just click on the special
today, columbia police continue their search for suspects tied to saturday night's shooting at columbiana centre mall. parts of the mall were put on lockdown until all areas could be evacuated. investigators concluded it was an isolated shooting that began as a fist fight between two men who fired shots into the air. daniel morales owns a cell phone inside the mall. he says he was near that fight when it broke out and saw one of the men pull out a that's when he says people started running to get out of the way. "when we exited from the food court by the carousel and we turned around and looked back...there were so many people pushing out that one of the doors had actually come off the hinge and ya know so there was definitely ya know the danger of somebody getting trampled or pushed over or falling over for sure." investigators believe the shooting was isolated and began as a fist fight between two men in their early 20's who fired shots into the air. one was wearing an acid washed
other-- a dark hoodie. call crimestoppers at 1-888-crime-sc if you can help investigators. crews are back out on the water of lake marion today looking signs of a missing boater. a boat with two men on board capsized early saturday afternoon...near lakevue landing. d-n-r says witnesses were able to pull 57- year-old rufus hannah out of the water...and perform c-p-r with no success. and authorities are still searching for 73-year-old george bell...who reportedly could not stay above water. both men are from lake city. we're told neither of them were wearing life jackets. investigators need your help finding a suspect involved in a shooting in columbia over the weekend. richland county deputies responded to a shots fired call around 4-30 sunday morning at 'darrell's place' on percival road. one person was taken to the hospital with injuries. if you can help investigators find who is responsible for this shooting, call crime stoppers. charlotte city leaders are expected to vote on some changes to several non- discrimination ordinances tonight.
lgbt community from discrimination at places like hotels and restaurants. opponents of the ordinance thought the battle was over last year, but advocates continued to fight to get city leaders to take another look. some of the proposed protections are reasons the measure failed last year by one vote. it's also still the hot button topic this time around. "every person in our community in charlotte deserves to have the same rights and advantages individuals that do happen to be sexual predators would be able to take advantage of this." north carolina governor pat mccrory emailed charlotte council members sunday warning that passing the measure could result in immediate state intervention and strain the relationship between charlotte and the state. stock prices are plunging for one company after reports linked some of its products to cancer-- at a new alarming rate.
percent before the market opened today. this, after a report from the cdc stating people exposed to certain types of the company's laminate flooring were three times more likely to get cancer than the agency previously predicted. the c-d-c says it previously miscalculated the risks. now...it estimates the risk of cancer at 6 to 30 cases per 100-thousand people. lumber liquidators has faced accusations that its flooring contains high levels of formaldehyde and violates air quality standards. tonight, dhec will hold a public meeting to hear your opinion on the richland sewer project. the project would offer an alternative to septic tanks in parts of lower richland county-- but some in the area are worried they may end up paying more. the meeting will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 at hopkins park. a formal hearing will immediately follow. richland school district one officials want your input as they build the budget for the next fiscal year.
tonight at six at burnside elementary school...to hear from the public. that's on patterson road. the richland two office of diversity and multicultural inclusion will hold a forum tonight in northeast richland county. it starts at six at brookland through spring. coming up on the news at noon... judge today. the latest on the case. and the f-b-i director speaking out for the first time on the battle between apple and the justice department over getting into the iphone of one of the san bernardino shooters. both sides sounding off this morning. break one the man who police say shot eight people in kalamazoo, michigan over the
court this afternoon. six of those victims have died and two more are in critical condition. nbc's blake mccoy has more. :41-:50 good day to you. it is later this afternoon that we are expecting the suspect in this shooting, jason dalton, to make his first court appearance here at the courthouse the county prosecutor says he believes they have the right man and he is ready to file charges. this is a person who is accused of going on a shooting rampage killing six of them injuring two others. those two remain in the hospital we're told with very serious injuries this morning. last night there was a vigil for the victims here in kalamazoo and people are really hoping that those two who are seriously injured are able to pull through. sot mya hoke / friend of victim :41-:50 you see this stuff on the news all the time. but you don't really think about it
you. but then this hits not just your community but your friend. as for a motive, we just do not know at this point and that is what has been so puzzling about this all along. we are hoping to maybe glean more information today in this court appearance. but by all accounts this was a normal guy. neighbors say he never showed signs of being erratic before. he was a husband, a father of two, a uber driver who was even reported to be giving rides between the first shooting and when he was arrested six hours later. so a lot of u unswered questions here in kalamazoo. hoping to get some of them the director of the f-b-i is making his first public comments on the fight between apple and the justice department over iphone passwords. in a blog posting, james comey defended the justice department's decision to request apple help the f-b-i hack into the work-issed iphone of san bernardino shooter syed farook. comey writes in part, "the san
precedent or send any kind of message. it is about the victims and justice." early this morning, apple c-e-o tim cook sent an email to employees saying "we work to help the authorities pursue justice for the victims. and that's exactly what we did." apple has until friday to file its opposition to the initial court order. toy store giant toys-r-us is now pulling all hoverboards from it's website. toys "r" us told the website mashable they stopped selling the hovertrax hoverboard out of "an abundance of caution." the move comes after the consumer protection safety commission said no hoverboard on the market meets its safety standards and, "poses an unreasonable risk of fire." according to a company spokesperson, the toy retailer is working with the manufacturer to test the toy against the latest safety standards. the company says after the investigation, they'll determine whether they'll resume selling the toy. air travel got you stressed out, still to come on the news at noon... a new program to help stressed fliers relax that's
unsettled pattern the next few days as we'll see good opportunities for showers and thunderstorms today through wednesday. a cold front will enter the state today with a strong more pronounced cold front by wednesday. ahead of both will be widespread break two opportunities for showers and state today with a strong more of thunderstorms late tuesday into wednesday.
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wednesday as warmer air moves in ahead of the strong cold front, it's at that point things could become unstable enough to produce thunderstorms we'll have to wait and see how that plays out over the next 24 hours. the front moves through by latest wednesday, skies clear for the rest of the week with sunny conditions and cooler temperatures. through wednesday. a cold front will enter the state today with a strong more pronounced cold front by
ahead of both will be widespread showers and rain with a chance of thunderstorms late tuesday into wednesday. rain chance between 70%-90%. today, mostly cloudy with showers and areas of rain developing, highs lower to middle 60s. the wedge moves in for tuesday with mostly cloudy skies, periods of showers, cooler highs lower to middle 50s. the wedge looks to break late tuesday night early wednesday as warmer air moves in ahead of the strong cold front, it's at that point things could become unstable enough to
we'll have to wait and see how that plays out over the next 24 hours. the front moves through by we all know that travel can be trying to help those stress the airport in minneapolis is trying to help those stress filled travelers with a unique service. bryan piatt has the story. :11 nats "he's smiling. he's ballad - he likes to be pet right here." patti anderson and her 10 year old cairn terrier "ballad" aren't flying anywhere today - but they're lifting spirits in terminal one. "our job is to decrease stress in people." they're part of the airports animal ambassador program launched over the past year. putting man's best friend - in touch with travelers. "it's very solid research that petting, not only a dog
animals reduces stress and lowers blood pressure." nats "feel how soft he is." patti and ballad also volunteer at local va hospitals. but patti says their first day at the airport - completely caught her off guard. "one of our first customers stayed for about 15 minutes, sobbing crying. she had just buried somebody - immediate family member. her knees had gotten weak, she didn't think she could make it across the airport - she saw my dog. and just hugged him and sobbed and cried." travelers we talked with, today, say ballad is a breath of fresh air as they head to their gate. "it's relaxing to see a pet at the airport." "it was perfect timing too - i just had to say goodbye to my own pet and so it was really nice to be able to feel a little bit of love." a special interaction for travelers. also powerful for patti. "when you have the dog - there's all these smiles, and it releases endorphins. it's a gift that keeps giving and i'm really happy and excited to be part of the start of that
airport. there are not therapy dogs at the airport all the time. right now, about 20 different pets fill various shifts right now. according to new research, drinking more coffee could help reduce liver damage caused by too much food and alcohol. the study looked at about 2-thousand patients with liver cirrhosis, which kills more than one million people each year. it showed drinking two more cups of coffee a day was linked to a 44-percent lower risk of the disease. that risk dropped even more among those who drank three or four cups of coffee. experts aren't sure which compounds in coffee protect the liver, but experts remind people that loading up on sugary lattes is not a good way to prevent cirrhosis. the news at noon will be right back. with a look at the historic
hillary clinton: wall street should never be allowed to wreck main street again. americans haven't had a raise in 15 years. but i want to go further. whether it's racism holding people back... big financial interests, drug companies, insurance companies, big oil companies... the
indifference, the negligence. that's what i want to take on. to root out all of these barriers...
i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. finish ever in the history of the daytona 500. after a day full of action in
daytona, it all came down to the final lap sunday. in the final lap denny hamlin in 11 car charges to the front with a gutsy move in between two cars. on the final turn -- he edges past martin truex junior by mere inches to take the checkered flag. the margin of victory -- just ten-hundredths of a second. denny hamlin "everything just came together. you couldn't have written a better ending to our week. the nascar series heads to atlanta this
the usc women's basketball team has hit the homestretch. tonight, the ap's number 3 ranked team takes the court again for an sec road game. the gamecocks are on the road tonight to play alabama. game time is 7 o'clock on the sec network. thursday -- usc will again be on the road for a 9 o'clock game at ole miss before returning home for their final regular season game sunday versus lsu. while the usc women are wrapping up their regular season -- the usc baseball team is just getting started. and the gamecocks got a big three game sweep over albany to get some early momentum. after wins friday and saturday, usc won 8 to 1 yesterday to cap off the series. they host appalachian state tomorrow afternoon. ever have trouble waking up, while one panda at the toronto zoo is waking up with a face full of fresh snow. the posted this adorable video of the giant panda "da mao" last week. according to zoo keepers, the panda woke of to see
the panda emerges from his cave and tumble down the snowy hill. he liked it so much he climbed up half-way up and did it again. unsettled pattern the next few days as we'll see good opportunities for showers and thunderstorms today through wednesday. a cold front will enter the state today with a strong more pronounced cold front by wednesday. ahead of both will be widespread showers and rain with a chance of thunderstorms late tuesday into wednesday. rain chance between 70%-90%. thanks for joining us for the
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