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tv   News 19 6  CBS  February 17, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm EST

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>> reporter: on tuesday governor nikki haley showed no signs she was ready to make an endorsement. only knew she wouldn't back donald ump. governor nikki haley will be endorsing marco rubio at a town hall at started moments ago. the latest poll shows donald trump leads at 35%. marco rubio in third after ted cruz with 17%. governor nikki haley's endorsement could change the outcome during saturday's primary. many voters are still on the fence just like governor nikki haley was only yesterday. >> 50% of voters have not made up their minds yet in terms of who they are supporting on saturday. it could be impactful. >> reporter: the third state ohold the primary, many others
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decide here before making theirs. . >> governor nikki haley's endorsement is bad news for jeb bush. she told reporters jeb bush played a part in her winning office. george w. bush reached out to governor nikki haley. yesterday jeb bush said governor nikki haley's support is the most meaningful endorsement in the state. jeb bush said he was disappointed and said if he won the nomination there would be a role for governor nikki haley in his campaign. jeb bush told supporters he would own up to being commander in chief. >> here is my commitment to you, on day one i will accept responsibility for whatever comes my way.
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i will accept responsibility. i will solve the problem rather than blaming it away and donald trump is getting ready to appear at a rally inside the sumter since center -- civic center. today donald trump talked about how america deals with terrorists and how to get information out of them. more. >> they want to kill us. they want to kill us. they want to kill our country. they want to knockout our doesn't work. torture works. okay? form. absolutey fine.
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we should go stronger. >> ted cruz lashed out at donald trump after he received a cease and desist threatening to sue him over a a ad. thatatad ininudes footage of donald trump from 1999 declaring his support for abortion rights. he said he is now pro life so he wants the ad pulled. cruz is not doing that and he encouraged donald trump to sue him. >> i have to say donald trump, you ever been threatening lawsuits for your entire adult life. this takes the cake. >> ben carson made a stop in columbia this morning speaking to veterans. he has a man to take care of them including letting them go to any hospital not just the va.
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out. >> we still have millions of people supporting us. we still have the finances that we need and we have a lot of people saying don't you dare drop out. don't you dare listen to the people who tell you to get out. so i am not getting out. i am going on to nevada. no question about that. but at the same time we will continue working with people, talking to people, giving them an opportunity to actually hear what our policies are. >> john kasich disagrees with apple's ceo the government over reached in ordering the company to help the fbi hack an iphone belonging to one of the shooters in san bernardino, california. he said helping authorities could undermine users. he said if he was president he would resolve the problem quietly. >> encryption, the backdoor
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if one group gets access, does another group get access. i believe that in talking to people who are experts in this field there are answers but they are not to be discussed in public. i mean, we don't -- we need to do this quietly somewhere and resolve the differences that exist. >> all right. right now this is a live picture of the marco rubio campaign rally that is taking place. governor nikki haley about to give her endorsement to marco rubio. let'slisten in for a moment. >> you know i love the great state of south carolina, i say i am the proud daughter of indian parents that reminded us every day blessed we are to live in this country. i am always trying to take care of south carolina. and last year we faced a yeyr where i tried to holden to the
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for the first time i felt vulnerable. and the people of south carolina made us all strong. [ cheers and applause ] >> they made us strong in a way that they knew we had fight, they de us strong in a way we knew we had grace and passion and acceptance and more than anything we had the ability to be better when tested. so when it was time to look at this presidential race i thought from a different serious. that this matters. so i thought fist and foremost as a mom -- first and foremost as a mom who wants her children to be safe in our country, who wants her children to have the edge eggs and the opportunities so that they could be better than we were, which is what my parents wanted for us.
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combat veteran -- [ cheers and applause ] >> i want a president who will have the backs of our military veterans and those in active duty. [ cheers and applause ] >> i want a president that knows that when we fight wars we win wars. [ cheers and applause ] >> i want a president that understands we have to stop e federal l mandates that have been pushed on the states like obama care and the epa. [ cheers and applause ] >> but i want a president who understands that they have to go back to washington, d.c. and bring a conscience back to our republicans. [ cheers and applause ] >> our republicans need remember what we are about.
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budgets. cutting debt. building reserves. and making sure that they understand that this guy, he is all about term limits in d.c. and that is what we want to see in a president. [ cheers and applause ] >> we have good people in this race. we have good people running for president. and i thank them today for their sacrifice and their winning to serve to honor this great country and to make her better but my job was to find the person that i thought could do it the best so i wanted somebody with fight, i wanted somebody with passion, i wanted somebody that had conviction to do the right thing but i wanted somebody humble enough that remembers that you work for all the people and i wanted somebody that was going to go and show my parents that the
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for their children was coming to america. [ cheers and applause ] >> we say that every day is a great day in south carolina, ladies and gentlemen, if we elect marco rubio, every day will be a great day in america. [ cheers and applause ] >> so again governor nikki haley giving her endorsement to marco rubio for the gop primary this saturday. for all things related to the south carolina primary just head to our website and click on sc primaries. full coverage under headlines. well, the man accused of shooting and killing a teenager last weekend had his bond hearing today but it didn't goes a expected. -- go as expected. jimmy joe methe shot 17-year- old brandon spencer and asked for a high bond, the defense called character witnesses who talked about how involved he is
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the sheriff agreed with them and had a request of the judge. >> i want to condone what he did or encourage other people to do what he did in a similar circumstance however i have known him for some time, what these people have said about him, i concur with. i don't believe he is a flight risk or a danger to the community. i would not oppose a low bond. >> coming up tonight on news 19 at 7:00 p.m. we will let you know exactly what happened in bond today as you see the gung postponed a decision on setting bond and we will look into when you can use deadly force and when you cannot. . still ahead today on news 19 at 6:00 p.m. a warmer day but jim says we
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he has the all right. we are talking about weather radios.
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that is one of the displays. that is at the walgreen's on divine street. up the street from gill's creek. they had flooding. we wanted to remind people they are available at a discounted price at walgreen's, growinger and academy supports -- kroger and academy sports. >> we want you to get it now. >> but right now the weather is quiet. it is tranquil and we have skies that are -- skies that are clearing outside at the moment. we had a few clouds earlier today but that has moved on out and with skies clearing tonight it is go tag be -- going to be a bit chilly. we have a front off shore and in the ohio river valley. you can see the cool air coming down into the southeast. through the southeast
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the 20s. plains. it is heading our way for the weekend. 56 greenwood. 50 rock hill. 58 columbia. and orangeburg. our computer modelindidates tonight any clouds will -- model indicates tonight any clouds will dissipate. friday, lots of sunshine. saturday we will see clouds coming in early saturday morning. it will be partly cloudy skies. morning clouds. afternoon sunshine. it will be warming up. tonight it will be chilly with a low of 32in newberry. 33 camden. 35 for columbia. and lexington. 36 in orging of burg. tomorrow high temperature -- orangeburg. our seven-day forecast, downtown to 32 on friday morning.
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up into the weekend. 61 degrees on friday. 68 degrees saturday. 72 degrees on sunday. clouds moving in monday with a chance of showers but most of the rain will be monday night into tuesday into wednesday. and it will be turning cooler at that point. 57 degrees tuesday.
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high temperature we had head to engagement cox. >> sum -- to gamecocks. >> sumter country. time to put the spotlight on another outstanding student athlete. lakewood high school. >> the basketball season ended monday night in the 3a playoffs but it was still a solid season for the program and a big reason for the success -- >> as a senior right now a motivating my team. keep their head up. be better. more more active than what i did and push them to continue a do hard in school, school work. be a team mayor. >> do anything or relate anything to the team. she going to do that. that is very important as a new coach having your senior
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players could follow. he has done that for me. >> reporter: in the classroom she is ranked 10th in the senior class and she is knocking on the door of a 4.0 great point average. >> i knew that i had to make myself better. education is the key. >> reporter: have you gotten over senioritis? >> yes, i did. it was bad but i knew in the classroom you have to get your work done. if not, you are not going to make it. >> reporter: she also sets on example on the court and in the classroom and in the community. she is a news 19 player of the week. >> i know that i had to work hard. i didn't expect to get this to be honest. just something that i always dreamed of. now may dream came through. >> hopper leading the tiger program. he will graduate this summer and play for another school in the fall.
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yards on 21 catches. scored a touchdown against wake forest. the tigers will get williams back from injury. cane could return and receivers part of the 2016 signing class. he will get his degree and find a landing spot. >> high school football news, summers leaving the westwood high school program after four years as head coach. she the new head coach at the may river high school opening up in bufften. it will be coming online in august. he is no stranger to starting programs from scratch. 4th year as the only coach in the westwood program. young school. he is a coastal grad. spent a few years on the conway staff and 17 years as an assistant before taking over at westwood. he said the challenge of taking over a new program and getting back to the beach was enough to
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>> i hope, you know, looking at my track record here is something that is -- helped me get this position at may river. i think that speaks for itself. i think we can go down there and start a culture of winning and get them to buy in to what we want to do and teach them, you know, the core value. we will preach that and get them to buy into that and hopefully -- and, you know, hit
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>> hate to see him go but he survivor returns tonight on wltx. this season is another brains versus, brawns versus beauty. a bounty hunter from detroit. a doctor, a nba player and a female body builder and a former big brother contestant.
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student and -- youngest is a college student. tonight at 8:00 p.m. with a 90 minute premier. >> looking forward to it. >> always a good show. >> we are coming back at 7:00 p.m. stay with us, the cbs evening news is next. change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie.
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>> pelley: the battle lines of privacy are drawn. apple refuses a court order to hack the phone of the san bernardino terrorists. also tonight, criminal hackers have seized a hospital's computer system, and they're holding it for ransom. trump talks up torture to fight terror. >> torture works, okay, folks. >> pelley: and a veteran who saw so much death get the gift of life. >> probably the best wake-up call in the history of wake-up calls. >> pelley: so why won't the v.a. pay for the treatment? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: the war on terror and the right to privacy have collided tonight. the f.b.i. got a court order requiring apple to help investigators hack the iphone of one of the terrorists behind the san bernardino massacre.


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