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through my cold here today. much appreciate it. >> hubie: listen, we appreciate the fact you showed up today. because you're a gamer. like when you look at michael jordan, 82, 82, 82. that's you. >> mike: got to show up for work. great to see the cavaliers play so well. 115-92, thunder will inbound it here after the 24-second violation. love with 29 and 11. lebron, 25, 11 assists, 7 boards. durant, 26, westbrook, 20. but the cavaliers sweep the season series from the thunder. so long from oklahoma city. remember the lakers and bulls tonight. for many of you, local news or world news coming up on abc.ot chicken. only available for a limited time by me... ahhhhhhh!!! same dream?
loss in nevada, democratic senator bernie sanders is on the campaign trail in the up state. news 13 justin hinton joins us live at a rally in greenville. justin, he's on the stage and quite a crowd. >> justin: this is still taking place. you can see bernie sanders is still on the stage talking to potential voters right now. they have been extremely excited about what's going on today and what he has to say. it kicked off with danny glovr coming out, the actor. senator sanders came on stage. the applause erupted in this building. what he's focusing on is change. he says a that change comes from the bottom up and not the top down. when millions of people say enough is enough. today he's been talking about
pay for women, the black community and the broken criminal justice system. probably when he got the most applause was when he talked act donald trump. saying nothing would give him more pleasure than defeating donald trump. saying his campaign is for the people, by the people and of the people. >> in our generation it's important we get involved in politics. i think i should be here. >> i just wanted to send a message to bernie sanders. i like him and wanted to see him in person. >> he's awesome. >> justin: a lot of people are excited. he is just about wrapping up. full coverage tonight at 10:00 and 11:00. the big day for south carolina voters is when they h had to the polls to vote.
>> frank: all the candidates back ton campaign trail hours after south carolina and nevada voters made their picks for president. there wouldn't be a sunday morning talk show circuit without fresh controversy. mary bruce has the latest developments. >> from victory rally -- >> when you win it's beautiful. >> to campaign rally. >> are we going to win georgia? >> donald trump back on the trail and flying high after his big win in south carolina. >> you think you have this nomination in hand? >> not at all. >> he's also getting heat for a message he retweeted that rubio and cruz are ineligible to run for president. >> i retweet and we start dialogue. >> rubio finishing second respond. >> this is a pattern. >> the florida senator went after the gop front runner on foreign policy.
smart people alone is not enough. >> cruz took aim at trump's attack strategy. >> donald doe votes tim and energy to attacking me. >> the race claimed one campaign. jeb bush calling it quits. kasich and carson vowing to stay in. >> thank you, nevada. thank you so much. >> for the democrats, hillary clinton hoping to gain ground. what? >> bernie sanders went straight to south carolina after coming in a strong second place. today he told cbs's face the nation he's looking to super tuesday. >> we're in the race to win. i think on super tuesday, for example you're going to see major victories. >> clinton won with african american voters. a group that makes up a large porks of the electorate in south carolina.
>> frank: new tonight. a homicide case in the up state. pickens county sheriff deputies are investigating after a woman's body was found at a boat ramp. the victim is a 35-year-old from south carolina. no other information is released at this time. the defense begins presenting its case in the murder trial of transylvania county man. richard o'shields is charged in the shooting death of to ne mathis. mathis was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of joey, o'shields. they say months later richard o'shields killed mathis. police say an uber driver opened fire out on city streets killing half a dozen people. elizabeth hur has the latest on
reporter: tonight, as families of the victims, including a 60-year-old retired teacher seek answers police are finding a silver lining. >> very relieved we have someone in custody. >> shots fired. reporter: overnight a city was gripped with fear after a man opened fire at three different locations across a 13 mile span in michigan. the first, a parking lot where a woman walking to her car was shot several times. the second a few hours later at a car dealership, a father and son killed. the third outside a cracker barrel restaurant, the suspect taking the lives of nine and three others in two vehicles. leaving a 14-year-old girl in critical condition. >> you don't ever expect something like this to happen, anywhere, let alone here in kalamazoo. this is the most awful thing ever. >> the suspect, jason
into custody hours after the final shooting. in a statement the company says our hearts and prayers are with the families of this devastating crime. it's a crime not just heartbreaking but baffling the police and dalton's neighbors. >> he's a quiet guy. never had any problems. cops never been to his house before. reporter: also baffling because uber says the suspect passed their background check. police confirm he has no criminal history. we're told he could be in court as early arz tomorrow. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. >> frank: another drizzly day across the mountains and the up state with significant rain on the way. karen wynne joins us with our sky watch forecast. >> karen: light scattered showers going on across the mountains with stezier rain in the northern mountains. this is no big deal compared to what's coming our way. future radar.
the showers are going to move out and we dry out temporarily. burnsville 56... franklin 55... 60 in greer. you want to keep the umbrella han i can early on in the evening with the scattered showers continuing at 7:00. down to 55 then. by 9:00 only a few showers. then at 11:00 mainly cloudy conditions and 53 degrees. the evening planner in the up state shows the showers winding down. we're at 60 at 9:00. 58 at 11:00. patchy fog is going to develop later on tonight. now coming up i'll show you when the heavier rain moves in. there are a couple of ways we're watching. we'll time them out for you. >> frank: you might want to make that morning cup of joe a double. how more coffee may bring benefits that can save your life. lending a helping hand to
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came up with a big idea. >> i just feel not good inside. >> isaiah wanted to help out. he and his parents called the elementary school in flint to see what they could do. >> they had water bottles. we asked if it okay if you get us hand sanitizer. we said, sure. reporter: his parents say the principal told them students were afraid to wash their hands. they then helped their sunday set up a go fund me page to raise money. at last check that's almost $9,000. >> when you think of something with the parents support and guidance, you can take it as far as -- however far it goes. reporter: the parents say the first shipment of hand sanitizer arrived at eisenhower friday. they captured isaiah's reaction when he heard the news. the selflessness doesn't end there. >> right now we have enough for
once that is fulfilled, the next step is the women shelters and day care. >> kids and parents are grateful for the little boy from virginia's big heart. >> i think he's pretty nice and stuffment he's given us hand sanitizer and we didn't do nothing for him. >> i thought it was sweet. he's a kid. for a kid to think they are trying to do something to help other kids. >> i feel great. we know some people from other countries was not having this problem cares about us. >> isaiah is just happy to help. >> that was the best day of my life. trying to help a different school. >> frank: the strongest storm ever recorded in the southern hemisphere coming up next.
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>> frank: the water in chris stall city, texas is no longer crystal clear. in fact it's the opposite. that story tops tonight's newsreel. dark colored water flowing from faucets for the past few days. people who live there say it looks more like black sludge or oil and it stinks. official says it was caused by sediment leaking into distribution lines when a water tower was drained and flushed. the city says it's own testing shows it is safe to drink from the tap. but in a move rem any sent of flint, michigan, officials trucked in loads of bottled water and test results are expected as soon as tuesday. drinking more coffee could reduce your chans of a common liver disease. researchers looked at nine studies and determined two cups
alcohol related psorosis. alcoholism is the second most common cause of that condition in the u.s. experts saying drinking coffee will never balance out all negative effects of excess alcohol consumption. a grass fire in colorado burned about 1200 acres. it's happening on a remote area of fort carson army training range. it started saturday morning during a training exercise. fire crews worked to set up a fire line to keep the blaze contained. there's no word on how much of that fire is contained. the people of fee ji started to clean up after the strongest storm ever recorded. winds of more than 180 miles per hour. that's the equivalent of a category 5 hurricane. the storm took down trees, knocked out electricity, caused
a nationwide cur few is in effect until monday morning for workers to clear the roads and restore power. extreme weather down there. we're going to have a little bit of rain coming in. here is meteorologist karen wynne. >> karen: we're in a wet pattern so keep that umbrella nearby. although it's not going to be total rain for the next several days. we have heavy downpours in the forecast. i'll show you when the heaviest rain moves in.
thunderstorms and cooler air weather. >> karen: if you have the light jacket and the umbrella on honed evening. light showers continue to move in from the west and that is next several hours. they are coming ahead of an approaching cool front. right now in asheville it's cloudy and mild. 57 degrees, winds are calm and we're quite humid. in greenville cloudy and 65, breezier for you. southwest winds at 12 miles per hour. but that's not too bad when it's 65 degrees out. a quick look at several future cast models. by midnight tonight the front should be through the mountains, over the northern tier of the up state. through the overnight it moves south taking the moisture with it. tomorrow morning, dry but as we go through the afternoon into
we are on the leading edge of another wave of moisture. this is going to bring some heavy rain as we go into monday night. a very wet tuesday morning by 6:00 a.m. plenty of moisture over the mountains and the up state with an area of low pressure moving through. then tuesday later in the day it moves away from us. a dry afternoon but then midnight. on wednesday, once against, we are on the leading edge of a wave of moisture and this system is expected to bring storm ours way and heavy rain. as we look closer to home, we can see by 8:00 p.m. just a few of the scattered showers continuing. thenene go through the overnight and they pretty much fall apart. they are out of here. early morning commute will feature patchy fog, that's really it. the rain holding off until later on. by noon a few light showers in the up state. by dinner time, much of the
going to be getting wet. then we see this big blob of green. steady rain, heavy at times, that wet morning commute by 6:00 a.m. on tuesday the rain is coming down full force. it pulls out and we get a break before that wednesday wave. how much rain are we talking about here? the waves beginning tomorrow night on through tuesday could put down between 1-2 inches of rain in the south western mountain counties. not as much in the asheville and parts of the northern mountains. lows tonight mild. 45 asheville... franklin 41... greer 50. another warm day. we check out the rest of the week. we could have an addition gnat 1-2 inches of rain on wednesday along with storms. possibly a light wintery mix to begin thursday. drier and cooler later on in the week.
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the daytona 500 is one of those events that can change a nascar driver's life forever. if you can win the grere american race you can put your name alongside some of the great drivers in history. 20-year-old chase elliot, the youngest driver to start from the poll position did not have his best day on the track today. on lap 19 elliot gets loose and
the car digs in and banks up. his day is pretty much done. 31 laps to go and dale jr. loses control. slams his car. he was okay but his day was over. the dale jr. fans and dale jr. can't believe i. the final lap of the race and denny hamlin jumps out to the league. we come to the finish and it's the closest finish in the history of the daytona 500. denny hamlin just edges out martin jr. by a couple of inches. look how close that finish is. denny hamlin wins the great american race. this is the first daytona 500 victory for hamlin and joe gibbs racing. here's the top seven drivers and the points earned for the finish today. hamlin winning the 500 is a milestone in his career. >> you know, toyota, four of the top five.
and myself and fed ex and, gosh. tutun four is probably the trickiest part of this racetrack. >> what a finish at the daytona 500. next weekend nascar heads to atlanta motor speedway. the inca wrestling team is having the best weekend ever in school history. jets winning their first ever team state championship this weekend. the first team wrestling state championship from a buncombe county school. the jets beat out north henderson and hickory ridge by three points to claim the title. plus a first state title for a boys team in inca since the 1970 baseball team. congratulations. the carolina day girls basketball team beat davidson day on saturday to win the wildcats sixth consecutive state championship. we'll have their reaction on news 13 at 11:00. the unc asheville baseball team