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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%. 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 standard messaging and data rates may apply. today, the presidential candidates have swapped places. the democrats are now turning their focus to south carolina, while the
democratic hopeful bernie sanders has hit the ground running in the palmetto state. caroline patrickis was at 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 rally his supporters ahead of 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
"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 "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" reporting in sumpter, i'm caroline patrickis, wis news 10. sanders is facing an uphill battle in the palmetto state with most polls showing hillary sanders is facing an uphill battle in the palmetto state with most polls showing hillary clinton with a big lead. tomorrow night, she's scheduled to be at central baptist church at 6:15. on wednesday, she'll be at a lunch at brookland baptist church at 2:30. clinton will also talk to voters at morris college wednesday night. that event is in the garrick-boykin human development center from 5 to 7. the 'first in the south'
saturday and if you can't get to your 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 decision 2016 tab. we're following a developing story this afternoon: a suspect is in custody after the newberry branch of bb&t was robbed earlier today. -corner of wilson road and kinard street -the suspect fled the location - law enforcement took that person into custody. -no suspects at large. -several businesses were locked down -law enforcement says lock downs can be lifted now that the suspect is in custody. keep you updated as we learn
columbia police are still searing 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 believe the shooting was isolated. two men in their early 20's apparently got into a fist fight and then that lead to shooting into the air. one man was wearing an acid-washed shirirand pants, the other had on a dark hoodie. call crimestoppers at 1-888-crime-sc if you know anything that can help investigators. a judge has denied bond for a pelion woman charged in a crash that killed a newborn baby. andalyn mills is charged with felony d-u-i. charges in the february 13th crash were upgraded following the death of the baby. the highway patrol says mills crossed the center line on two notch road in her cadillac. she struck a pickup truck head-on. inside the truck - a couple expecting a child. the pregnant women was taken to the hospital and the baby was delivered. the baby passed away a few days
crews spent the day back out on the water of lake marion looking for 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 weekend shooting in columbia. 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. tonight, dhec wants your opinion on the controversial proposed lower richland sewer project. it will ask for commthe project would offer an alternative to septic tanks in parts of lower richland county-- but some in the area are worried
the meeting will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 at hopkins park. a formal hearing will immediately follow. he's accused of picking up passengers and picking off innocent people on the street. next on the news at four, the uber driver accused of a shooting rampage is now charged with murder. plus, a new warning from the feds says those new floors in your home could be toxic to your family... and even worse than first thought. our first alert traffic
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with six counts of murder. jason dalton went to court today. andrew spencer reports. nat pop 45-year old jason dalton appearing before a judge monday, two days after going on a shooting spree in kalamazoo, michigan. nat pop -judge prosecutors are charging dalton with six counts of murder -- two counts of assault with intent to commit murder -- and eight police say, dalton opened fire at three locations over the course of nearly seven hours saturday night...picking up uber fares in between shootings. a total of eight people were shot...six killed. "i said, 'you're not the shooter, are you?' and he
sure?' and he said, 'no, i'm just tired, i've been driving for 7 hours.'" his first stop.. an apartment complex.. where a woman was shot multiple titis. she remains in critical condition. dalton opened fire again at a car dealership ..where he shot and killed a father and son. minutes later, five people were shot in the parking lot of a restaurant. the only survivor there, a 14-year old girl who remains in critical condition. dalton was arrested two hours later. nat pop monday, a mass was held in honor victims.. condolences came from president obama as he addressed the shooting during a governors conference. "on saturday, another one of our communities was terrorized by gun violence." butt sot "we have families that are shattered today." i'm andrew spencer reporting. 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 that apple help the f-b-i hack into the work-issued iphone of san bernardino shooter
comey says, "the san bernardino litigation isn't about trying to set a 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. the feds are sending out a new warning that lumber liquidators flooring is even more likely to cause cancer thth they thought before. today, the cdc reported that formaldehyde fumes from the company's flooring products is three times more likely to cause cancer than the cdc itself calculated earlier this month. the c-d-c says it originally miscalculated the risks. now...it estimates the risk of cancer at 6 to 30 cases per 100-thousand people. the company has been under fire over formaledhyde levels in its flooring products shipped in from china. lumber liquidators stock tanked
has already gone down more than 80 percent over the past year. today, the u-s supreme court took a moment to pay tribute to the late justice antonin scalia the court started hearing cases today even though it now has only eight justices chief justice john roberts started the court session by remembering scalia as a friend and colleague of "irrepressible spirit." scalia became the 103rd justice confirmed to the court in 1986 and wrote 292 majority opinions. 79-year-old scalia died unexpectedly february 13th at a ranch in west texas. a 106-year-old woman from marlboro county waited her whole life to see an african american in the white house and when virginia mclaurin finally did she couldn't help but dance. how are you? i'm fine, it's an honor. you want to say hi to michelle? yes! in the video posted last night by the white house, mclaurin couldn't contain her
meeting the first couple. mclaurin w w at the white house to celebrate black history month. during her short visit with the obamas mclaurin repeatedly tells the president it's a honor. in 2014, she started a social media campaign to meet the obamas. time now for an update on your weather. for that we turn to meteorologist ben tanner. unsettled pattern the next few days as we'll see good opportunities for showers and
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 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
temperatures. we all know that travel can be stressful especially trying to travel through a crowded airport. so the airport in minneapolis is trying to help. 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
putting man's best friend - in touch with travelers. "it's very solid research that petting, not only a dog - but warm blooded fur coated 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 s sbed and cried." travelers we talked with, today, say ballad is a breath of fresh air as they 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 interacacon for travelers. also powerful for patti. "when you have the dog - there's to be part of the start of that gift."
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for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. saturday. -officers locate this book bag while searching a wooded area next to the mall: several air soft guns,
glock, and possibly a variation of a sks assault rifle. -authorities: unsure if connection, being processed. -now: review surveillance video, making contact with 100 stores inside mall to get surveillance video. -video obtained not yielded any evidence. -witnesses reported seeing two black males armed with handguns, subsequent interviews with those wit nesses have not confirmed seeing the suspects dicharge a firearm. --no shell casings -any information - crimestoppers 1-888- crime-sc. some american monks are raising money to fix their centuries-old italian monastery to brew their own beer. the ale produced at the monastery of saint benedict in norcia , italy has become so successful that it will be available for purchase in the u-s next month.
nursia , a belgian-style brew, is makkg its way across the atlantic ocean. "about 12 years into that we decided we really needed a source of income, something that could help us support the monastery and all of the maintenance and repair work, the restoration that we wanted to achieve." "when we started really seeking how to do this we ended up finding a belgian brew master and he was willing to help us out, help us develop out recipes and taught me how to use our equipment once we got it." "well normally people do come to monastery wanting something that we make. monasteries in italy but all of europe are very famous for their products, the high-quality of the products, so they come wanting something that we've made. but the main question is 'well do you make it?' and we say yeye of course we make it, we make it right here and they're very surprised. the tradition of monastic brewing goes back to a time when monks drank it during lent to help them fast.
waking up with a face full of fresh snow. the giant panda is named"da mao." according to zoo keepers, the panda woke to o e the snow and got very excited. the panda emerges from his cave and tumbles down the snowy hill. he liked it so much he climbed up and did it again. let's get an update on your weather with ben. 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
>> hey, everybody. you are in for a treat today, because we've scoured the country to find the biggest film buffs alive and brought them here to play a special all-movie version of our game. that's right. it's movie week here on "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] hello, everybody. i'm chris harrison. welcome to the show. are you guys ready for movie week? [cheers and applause] this is gonna be a lot of fun.
religion is movies and having been to the movie theater 250 times in the past year alone, he needs the million just so he can keep worshipping the art. from coventry, rhode island, please welcome devon decker. [cheers and applause] what's up, devon? how you doing, buddy? >> hi, chris. good to see you. >> whew. >> i like the tie. >> thank you very much. it's my lucky tieie >> is it real, or is it faux leopard? >> oh, it's faux leopard. >> okay. >> i don't want to get peta upset. >> right, exactly. i don't want anyone throwing paint on us today. >> no, yeah, oof. >> no, i like the ensemble. you're looking sharp. 250 times to the movies. who inspired you to come here today and be on movie week? >> well, i've got to be honest. every morning i commute to work with my mother, and it's a half-hour drive, and i am talking about the movie that i saw the night before, so she has to listen to what it was, who was in it, the plot of the movie, what i'm gonna see because i saw that movie. so one day she picks me up from work, and she hands me a piece of paper that says,