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of a honda sedan carrying two young men, pushing that car into a ditch. trooper thomas white says he saw no skid marks leading up to the point of impact. the officer says when he got to the palmetto health richland e-r, he spoke to washington as he was being treated and again smelled a strong odor of alcohol. white says he also saw bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and in giving a portion of a field sobriety test noted "multiple indicators of impairment." white says washington claimed he'd had one beer at a friend's house on broad river road. the trooper placed washington under arrest for felony dui with great bodily injury. white says washington refused to provide a blood sample, which forced the officer to obtain a search warrant. the report says the driver of the honda suffered a severe head injury and was unconscious at the time--while his passenger had minor facial injuries. jack kuenzie wis news ten. richland county council will be in session tonight
if washington will be in attendance. this is a developing story and we'll continue to keep you updated on air and online. investigators have made an arrest in the murder of a person found shot in a crashed vehicle in richland county. we first told you about this story on sunrise. richland county sheriff leon lott says 17-year-old jose reyes was taken into custody earlier this morning and is being charged with murder. investigators say at approximately 8:30 monday night on the 400 block of seton hall drive, reyes shot and killed the victim after an attempted armed robbery. officials state that reyes was an acquaintance of the victim. richland county deputies discovered the victim with a gunshot wound to the upper body in his crashed vehicle. it's a clear start to tuesday as we have a warm start to the day as we look over downtown columbia through the wis skycam. meteorologist ben tanner is in the first alert weather center tracking a system that's having an impact on some super tuesday state's that will have an impact for us. hey ben. march coming in like a lamb with mostly sunny
highs in the lower to middle 70s. a cold front is just off to our west and will be here by tonight. look for increasing clouds by late afternoon with scattered showers and a thunderstorm or two late night into wednesday morning. rain chance 50% tonight into wednesday morning. a few showers wednesday morning otherwise partly cloudy, breezy and cooler, highs in the lower 60s. dry thursday before another shot of rain moves in and out for today people across more than a fifth of the country breezy and cooler, highs in the lower 60s. dry thursday before another shot of rain moves in and out for late thursday night through midday friday. rain chance 60%.
today people across more than a fifth of the country lower to middle 70s. a cold front is just off to our west and will be here by tonight. look for increasing clouds by late afternoon for super tuesday. this is a look at a polling place in texas, where ted cruz is hoping to pull off a win today. 11 states will hold primaries or caucuses for the republicans today. several big wins for trump would give him a huge lead in the delegate count--and pave a nearly inevitable path to the republican nomination. wyoming is also holding caucuses today for both parties that are not apart of super tuesday but the delegates will count. also, 11 states will hold democratic contests...as senator bernie sanders looks to stay afloat after a big loss to hillary clinton in south
with so many moving piece today, candidates are making their final pushes to voters. tracie potts has the latest on super tuesday. :10-:18 :27-:35 senator bernie sanders... nat sot "yeah, we know who you are!" voting back home in vermont this morning - the one state he's almost sure to win today. presidential candidate :10-:18 "i'm confident that if there is a large voter turnout today be struggling." hillary clinton is 10 points ahead in our new nbc-survey monkey national poll. she's headed to florida to watch results there tonight. 12 states choose candidates today: 10 where both parties compete... democrats in colorado... and republicans in alaska. texas - today's largest - a cruz. he and marco rubio are fighting to finish strong today... then take on donald trump in "winner-take-all" florida later this month. in washington this morning.. a strong rebuke from the house speaker...
failing to denounce the kkk: wisconsin :56-1:07 "if a person wants to be the nominee of the republican party, there can be no evasion and no games, they must reject any group or cause that is built on bigotry." but trump's still gaining support - now at 40 percent - a new high - in our new poll. that poll also found that one on one - neither rubio nor cruz could beat trump. today could determine how much longer they get a chance to try. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. tonight -nbc will have an hour-long special of nightly news with lester holt. extended live coverage of today's contests starts at 6:30 and runs through 7:30. you can also catch more of the results tonight on wis news at 11. you can get extensive coverage of super tuesday on our website, wistv- dot-com. just click on the special decision 2016 tab.
the south carolina women's basketball team racked up the southeastern season awards. the gamecocks took home half of conference's individual awards with coach dawn staley named coach of the year and a'ja wilson winning both player of the year of the year. coming up we'll break down the awards along with gamecocks named to the all-conference teams. inside the state house -- a filibuster over a roads bill that started last week is back underway today. senator lee bright says he and other senators will carry out that filibuster as long as it takes to get the bill done right. lawmakers have been discussing increasing the gas tax -- something governor nikki haley said she would only approve on two conditions -- reform for the dot and an income tax break to balance out the tax hike. senator bright says there is enough surplus this year for roads that the gas tax increase is unnecessary, and wants to focus solely on reforming the dot. a sumter man has plead guilty in federal court to attempting to defraud the irs for at least three years. u.s.
hercules baker filed federal income tax returns that claimed false tax refunds from january of 2011 to at least april of 2014. over that time, investigators say baker approached third-party taxpayers and persuaded them to provide personal information to file the returns in an effort to get money back. baker now faces up to 10 years in prison and/or a $250-thousand dollar fine. orangeburg county sheriff's deputies are looking for a norway teen who is wanted on numerous charges including breaking into a home. 18-year-old tyrone fleming faces second- degree burglary charges, is charged for receiving stolen goods and is also wanted on two bench warrants. investigators say according to one warrant, back in september, fleming broke into a home on beason road. the home owner discovered fleming inside. if you know fleming's whereabouts now, you're asked to call 1-888- crime-sc. tonight -- the university of south carolina will host a public dialogue on school resource officers.
officer at spring valley high school went viral last year, many parents and educators what the role of resource officers should be in schools. tonight's forum, hosted by the school of law and college of education, runs from 6 to 7:30 at the school of law on main street. it is free and open to the public. fire crews in lugoff are keeping an eye on a series of woods fires that broke out near highway 1 last night. the lugoff fire department says 40 firefighters worked to contain at least 8 separate fires that happened near the pepperidge subdivision overnight. crews are still monitoring fires at this point in the afternoon. no structures have been impacted. lugoff fire marshall will catoe says the forestry commission is investigating. a major northeast richland county road shut down by last falls floods, is finally open again. spears creek church road was left impassable after an upstream dam ruptured and the spears creek roared over it and washed out a bridge back in october.
closed forcing drivers to detour as crews worked to repair the road over the past several months. monday, dot officials tweeted out the announcement that the road is back open, and traffic is again moving. scdot says the repair will be in place until a separate widening project is started. still to come on the news at noon... teh teenagers charged in a shooting at an ohio school in court today. the latest on that hearing. plus... being able to check in on a newborn in the hospital even when you're not there. a new program helping parents do
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counts of attempted murder and two counts of felonious assault. his attorney entered a not guilty plea for his client. the judge ordered the teen to stay in juvenile detention pending a pre- trial hearing at the beginning of next month. four people were hurt yesterday when witnesses say the student started shooting during lunch in the cafeteria of his junior-senior high school. this morning school leaders said they will provide additional support for students, their families and staff. "at this point our plan is to return to school tomorrow. we believe that getting kids back to school as quickly as possible, with supports, is the best thing for them." two students were shot and two others suffered injuries from shrapnel or trying to flee the building. today, a virginia community will gather to remember a police officer who was killed on her first day on duty. funeral services will be held for ashley guidon in prince william county. police say army sergeant ronald hamilton shot and killed the 28-year-old saturday as she and two other officers were responding
dispute. hamilton's wife was found dead inside of the home. police say he has admitted to the shooting and is being held on murder charges. families expecting babies mark the due date on the calendar for months. but when the newborn has health challenges, there can be a delay in taking the baby home. but new cameras can help families get through that time with less worry. :00 :22 :42 1:09 quick 1:19 1:57 it's so gratifying to see little graham's progress. "he looks so good. his color is really good today." he's 7 weeks old and at just over 3 pounds...nearly triple in size compared to his birth weight. "you came early" graham is one of the tiniest preemies at st vincent women's nicu.
to get home" back home ...an hour and half drive from the nicu...graham has three older siblings. "they just drop us off at school go up there and see him and then come back and pick us up and every weekend we always go over there" but that distance... and time between visits is passing with less worry... because now they can log on any time any day...and watch a live camera placed right above graham's bed. "i see him waving at me... ha ha, he's saying take me home " both parents work... "it's such a comfort we pull it up all the time anywhere we are out and about on our phone we are constantly like what's he is awesome you know. just being able to check in and going live online.
little concerning at first, they were afraid of what a minute i'm the first two months... the hospital has tracked 65- thousand log-ins... many by ...grandparents... aunts and loved ones out of state and out of the country... who to connect. "we know is really important on how the outcomes of these babies will be is how well they can bond with their family and extended families." "i could look at you all day" and now with nic-view she can... until graham is ready to come home. "it doesn't make up for being here..it helps but in person is pretty amazing." the nicu manager hopes this becomes the standard of care for every child at the hospital. each camera set up is 2-thousand dollars... march coming in like a lamb with mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures, highs in the
west and will be here by tonight. look for increasing clouds by late afternoon with scattered showers and a thunderstorm or two late night into wednesday morning. rain chance 50% tonight into wednesday morning. a few showers wednesday morning otherwise partly cloudy, breezy and cooler, highs in the lower 60s. dry thursday before another shot of rain moves in and out for late thursday night through midday friday. rain chance 60%. highs upper 50s to lower 60s. lower to middle 70s. a cold front is just off to our west and will be here
look for increasing clouds by late afternoon with scattered showers and a thunderstorm or two late night into wednesday morning. rain chance 50% tonight into wednesday morning. a few showers wednesday morning otherwise partly cloudy, breezy and cooler, highs in the lower 60s. dry thursday before another shot of rain moves in and out for late thursday night through midday friday. rain chance 60%.
lower to middle 70s. a cold front is just off to our west and will be here by tonight. look for increasing clouds by late afternoon with scattered showers and a thunderstorm or two late night into wednesday morning. rain chance 50% tonight into wednesday morning. a few showers wednesday morning otherwise partly cloudy, breezy and cooler, highs in the lower 60s. dry thursday before another shot of rain moves in and out for late thursday night through midday friday. rain chance 60%.
wilson along with teammates alaina coates and tiffany mitchell were three of the eight players on the first team all-sec. no south carolina players were named to the second team or the all-freshman team. wilson is among five players on the all- defensive team. the awards are chosen by the league's 14 coaches. the gamecocks are also sitting pretty for the ncaa tournament as ncaa revealed its final women's basketball top 10 list two weeks before selection monday. uconn, south carolina, notre dame and baylor are still the four no. 1 seeds according to the committee. the top 16 teams host the opening two rounds of the the ncaa announces the entire 64 team field on march 14, after conference tournaments are complete. for the first time this season -- the south carolina baseball team hits the road. the gamecocks are undefeated this season, grabbing their 8th win sunday in a series sweep of penn state. today -- usc will head to charleston to take
first pitch is at 7 o'clock. the warm weather is perfect as football teams kick off spring practices. less than two months after playing in the national championship, the clemson tigers are already back to work. monday, the team held it's first of 15 spring practice sessions. the annual orange and white game is april 9th. the gamecocks are still two weeks out from their first practice on march 15th. they'll also hold 15 sessions over the span of just under a month, wrapping up with the garnet and black game on april 9th. march coming in like a lamb with mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures, highs in the
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