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after this was published to social media." -trump then tweeted " the people of south carolina are embarassed by nikki hailey" -mispelled name, since corrected that tweet. -haley then tweeted back - @realdonaldtrump. bless your heart." heavy traffic on this tweet - more than 2,000 retweets and almost 3,000 likes haley continues to campaign with marco rubio - who is holding his watch party tonight in florida. it's a clear skies and a warm start to this tuesday. as we look over downtown columbia through the wis skycam ... we want to check in with meteorologist ben tanner is in the first alert weather center tracking a system that's expected to move into south carolina tonight.
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lower to middle 70s. a cold front is just off to our west and wililbe 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%.
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primaries and ucuses for super tuesday. this is a live look at worcester, massachusetts at one of the thousands of polling place open this afternoon. 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 carolina over the weekend. karin caifa is in washington with a look at the final super tuesday push from the presidential
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watching tonight. 11-28 38-49 1:02-1:10 1:21-1:29 momentum is on the side of hillary clinton and donald trump. both -- their party's winners in three of the first four contests. both -- poised to pick up the bulk of today's delegates. voting in vermont, bernie sanders said no matter what happens tonight, his campaign will still be going tomorrow. presidential candidate "we're very proud of what we're doing, and what we're going to continue to do. this is a campaign that's going to the philadelphia convention in july." also in his home state today -- republican ted cruz. texas is seen as a must-win for the senator, who put southern states at the heart of his strategy -- but stumbled in south carolina. presidential candidate "i speak to unity among republicans, that let's come together and stand behind the conservative principles, the free market principles, and constitutional liberties that we believe in." cruz entered super tuesday as the only republican with a win over donald trump -- beating him in iowa.
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marco rubio, who launched his strongest attacks yet on trump at thursday's debate -- and hasn't let up. presidential candidate "today the frontrunner - at least according to the national polls in the republican primaryry- is someononwho is preying on your anger, someone who is preying on fear." trump is already looking beyond today's contests -- campaigning in ohio. clinton, meanwhile, making stops in minneapolis, wouldn't say outright she's planning to face him in the fall. presidential candidate "he could be on the path. maybe someone else can intervene and rise above that. but i'm going to wait and see who they nominate." but tonight's results could move the race closer, to that november matchup. in washington, i'm karin caifa. 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
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inside the state house- south carolina senators were anticipating another long filibuster over the roads bill... but now, there's a filibuster of the filibuster taking place in the senate- will whitson joins us live from the state house with a look at the dizzying details nfolding in the senate. state senator gerald malloy took the podium earlier today- blocking a vote not on roads- but instead on peanut's law- a law about road construction zone safety- in doing so, keeping lawmakers from discussing roads at all. the senate purposely started early today to get the roads filibuster started early- the senate purposely started early today to get the roads filibuster started early- a filibuster here in the state senate is a little different than what you see in
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body can adjourn for the day, and they can discuss and vote on other bills- which is where peanut's law comes into place. senator malloy jumped in and began the filibuster- and held it until just about an hour ago, speaking about the failure to pass roads- and in doing so, keeping the senate from even discussing the bill. "we don't want to raise the taxes! we don't want to have the discussion! we've got all these amendments on the desk and no real way to get there." now- other democratic lawmakers are on the floor- still filibustering peanut's law- but lawmakers are only really talking about roads- also saying today, which was supposed to be all about roads, has been a waste of time. live, ww wis news 10
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top lawman. this afternoon the city announced that public safety chief charles mcnair is retiring after 16 years in the job. mcnair is a cayce native who got is start with the the city as a firefighter, then in animal control and then the police before he moved to the highway patrol and sled. but he came back home after he retired from sled and he's been the chief in cayce since 2000. march is colon cancer awareness month and dawndy mercer plank is teaming up with consultants in gastroenterology and usc's center for colon cancer research to enenurage people to get a colonoscopy. dawndy is at a "party" like no other, showing the importance of being screened. part of the "joy" of reaching 50
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colonoscopy. what do you mean - not fun?! we can make it fun. we can make it a party. that's what dr. raj vasudeva and some friends did before having their colonoscopies. and it's what usc coach dawn staley knows is important as colon cancer is in her family history. since march is colon cancer awareness month ... and since i turn 50 ... which is the time you're to have your first colonoscopy, i'll be showing you the critical importance of being screened. doctors say about one in three adults between 50 and 75 years of age - about 23 million people - are not getting testing as recommended. colon cancer knows as coach staley
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mom was diagnosed with the disease six years ago. staley says, "i think early detection is great, but you don't get early detection without having competent doctors who will look after you like they would look after your parents like they are their parents." to help keep you from ever getting colon cancer, remember that the best test is the one that gets done. that's why four other women and i will have a "party" before heading to the south carolina endoscopy center. dr.
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gastroenterology says, "colonoscopy is an extremely powerful test. what other test can you we'll see what he told police, next. and investigators have a better idea of who's behind a supermarket shooting, and of a possible drug connection. also the usc women now stand among the best of the best as they head to the ncaas. our first alert traffic report
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we're learning more about a
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in northeast columbia that left one woman injured in the crossfire. it happened just before midnight on saturday in the parking lot of publix on hard scrabble road. according to the incident report, witnesses told the officer on scene they heard gunshots, then saw two men running before three cars drove off. in addition to shell casings, richland county deputies say they found a bag and jar full of something resembling marijuana. the woman who was hurt is expected to be okay. anyone with information is asked to call crimestoppers at 1- 888-crime-sc. a newly released report says richland county councilman kelvin washington claimed he'd only had one beer before a crash saturday night. washington is charged with felony dui. the highway patrol officer who responded says the councilman and his car had aa strong odor of alcohol. an incident report notes there were no skid marks---meaning no indication of washington
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car slammed into the other vehicle. the driver of that second car suffered a severe head injury, his passenger had minor injuries. according to the report, washington failed a field sobriety test at the hospital e-r. thth trooper says he was forced to get a search warrant because washington refused to volunatrily provide a blood sample. richland county investigators now have a suspect for the murder of a person found dead in a crashed vehicle. 17-year-old jose reyes is charged with the murder of 18 year old jaelen josey. according to investstators, reyes shot and killed josey after an attempted armed robbery on seton hall drive last night.. they say reyes and the victim knew each other. richland county deputies found josey with a gunshot wound to the upper body in his crashed vehicle. we'll get an update on your weather next. for that we turn to
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skies and warm temperatures, 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
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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. in the interest of getting more
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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%.
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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 much fun exam... fun. she's teaming up with consultants in gastroenterology and usc's center for colon cancer for a "party." part of the "joy" of reaching 50 is having a ... colonoscopy. what do you mean - not fun?! we can make it fun. we can make it a party. that's what dr. raj vasudeva and some friends did before having their colonoscopies. and it's what usc coach dawn staley knows
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as colon cancer is in her family history. since march is colon cancer awareness month ... and since i turn 50 ... which is the time you're to have your first colonoscopy, i'll be showing you the critical importance of being screened. doctors say about one in three adults between 50 and 75 years of age - about 23 million people - are not getting testing as recommended. colon cancer knows as coach staley learned when her mom was diagnosed with the disease six years ago. staley says, "i think early
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don't get early detection without having competent doctors who will look after you like they would look after your parents like they are their parents." to help keep you from ever getting colon cancer, remember that the best test is the one that gets done. that's why four other women and i will have a "party" before heading to the south carolina endoscopy center. dr.
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southeastern conference season awards. the gamecocks took home half of the conference's individual awards a'ja wilson won both player of the year and defensive player of the year, after winning freshman of the year last year. coach dawn staley named coach of the year. 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. for the first time this season -- the south carolina baseball team is on the road.
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this season, grabbing their 8th win sunday in a series sweep of penn state. today -- usc will head to charleston to take on the citadel. first pitch is at 7 o'clock. let's get an update on your weather with ben.
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>> over the past 15 years, this stage has seen a lot of great moments, and nothing would make me happier than to add to that legacy today, right here, right now, on "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] hello, everybody. i'm chris harrison. welcome to the show. are you guys ready to go? [cheers and applause] all right, as a librarian, our returning contestant is used to keeping quiet, so we're gonna give him something to shout about today. from baltimore, maryland, please welcome back maurice coleman. [cheers and applause] how you doing, man? >> hello, sir. >> good to see you. >> thank you. >> looking good, looking good. >> feeling good, my friend.
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>> nervous but good. >> you should. you're in great shape on the game. we'll jump into that in just a little bit. >> all righty. >> but let's talk more about you. >> shoot. >> we talked about your beautiful family last time, you know, when we started this game, but i hear you love ballparks. >> i do. >> we have something in common. >> good. >> not just our good looks. >> you're not a red sox fan, are you? >> no, gosh, no, no, no. >> thank god. all right, that's good. >> and i'm not a yankees fan, either, 'cause i know that's where you're going. >> ew. [growls] >> who is it? who? >> yankees fan, of course. >> you're a yankees fan. i'm from texas, so let's agree to disagree there. >> [laughs] >> how many ballparks you been to? >> i've been to 13 of 30. >> wow. that's pretty awesome. >> the plan is to go to all of them when i win this money. >> okay, don't be a homer. what's your favorite? outside of yankee stadium, what's your favorite? >> [sighs] that's a tough question. i think camden yards is a very lovely ballpark. it did start the sort of retro ballpark revolution, so we'll go with camden yards, but they're all beautiful in their own way. and minute maid park, obviously too. >> i agree. the ballpark in arlington,

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