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around the world, good night. from the station that is on your side you are watching news 19 at 7:00 p.m. >> and good evening now. thank you for being with us. three days away from the primary and tonight governor nikki haley has decided to endorse marco rubio at a campaign stop. nef says every day -- governor nikki haley says every day is a great day in south carolina. she wanted someone with passion but who was also humbled and urge -- humble and urged voters to head to the polls. >> this is serious. that this matters. so i thought 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
could be better than we were which is what my parents wanted for us. i am a military wife of a [ cheers and applause ] >> i want a president who will have the backs of our military duty. i want a president that knows we win wars and i want a president who understands that they have to go back to washington, d.c. and bring a conscious back to our republicans. >> well, republican senators rereacted today some saying she took a risk by endorsing a candidate who isn't leading in the polls, others say it was a smart move. . >> governor nikki haley's profile on the national level has been elevated. and i think it is a little risky to say i think marco rubio ought to be the next
she could have remained silent and try to cozy up to the winner to see if she was able to land a spot on the ticket but she didn't. >> she has a terrific record as governor and i believe will make an excellent person on a ticket or cabinet. so, you know, it is pretty well a foregone conclusion she has future. >> jeb bush said governor nikki haley's governor nikki haley's endorsement was the most meaningful. he was disappointed in her public servant. jeb bushcome pained for governor nikki haley in 2014 and she said she wouldn't be jeb bush's support. jeb bush says if he wins there would be a place for governor nikki haley in his campaign. donald trump is appearing at a
people started to line up around 1:30 p.m. this afternoon it is expected to get underway any moment now. we will have more coming up tonight at 11:00 p.m. >> ben carson was in columbia today. he spoke to veterans and supporters near fort jackson. he told veterans about his plans to take care of them, even though he is trailing in the polls he has no plans to drop 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 care listen to the people who tell you to get out so i am not getting out. i am going on to nevada. no question butt that. >> he talked -- about that. >> he talked about his plans to build up the u.s. military.
talking about jump starting the economy by limiting regulations -- eliminating regulations on small businesses. he is not going to be in south carolina for the primary saturday. he is taking his campaign now to massachusetts. >> keep up to date on the latest primary news, email@example.com -- firstname.lastname@example.org -- just head to www.wltx.com. . now, the midlands most accurate forecast with chief meteorologist jim gandy. >> today we had a few clouds. the low this morning was 37 at the airport. 40 in the city and both locations warmed up to 62. at the moment we have mostly cloudy skies. 54 degrees. calm conditions. we expect cries to clear tonight with a low of -- skies to clear tonight with a low and tomorrow night a low of 32.
>> all right. thank you. controversial case in kershaw county made it to a courtroom today for the first time. it has to do with a. who shot and killed a 17-year-old who was stealing on his property. news 19's mary sturgill was there. >> i don't want what i am going to say condone what he did -- [ indiscernible ] however i have known him for some time. what these people said about him i concur with. i don't believe she flight risk or a danger to the community. i would not oppose a low bond or a personal recognizance bond. >> the sheriff spoke on behalf of a person his deputies arrested and the sheriff wasn't the only person who took the opportunity. >> jim is a decent and
>> reporter: 1/2 of the courtroom was filled with supporters and at first brandon spencer's grandmother declined to speak and then she tanked him for his service but she had more to say. >> i also want you to understand he has a two-year- old son that will never, ever get to see his dad ever again. his dad won't be there to support him. he won't be able to play football with him. and that is all i want to say. news 19 reached out to an instructor who explains the law as it pertains to this case. >> there are times when deadly force is justified to protect your life or the life of someone else. that -- but there is never an occasion when deadly force is warranted to protect property. >> reporter: it is a tragedy for both families but there is something the public needs to understand.
public on the importance on severing that deadly force to protect property. we all want to keep our property. we work hard for it. we don't want to giver it away and we won't want someone to take it from us but we have to understand that human life is the most important. >> reporter: mary sturgill, news 19 wltx. >> jimmy joe methe shot and killed brandon spencer last weekend after he caught him breaking into his car. the judge said he will weigh the testimony and has his decision on a bondane few days -- bond in a few days. an appeal taking place today. residents appealing dhec's mine permits allowing a quarry to be built in the middlesix area. counsel decided to throw out the parts of the case regarding resident's concerns with how it would effect air, traffic and noise.
topics in the permit. it will focus on the effects on water and ownership rights. sheriff's deputies need your help in finding the person who raved a pharmacy -- robbed a pharmacy at gun point friday at peak pharmacy. after noon the suspect came into the place, showed a pistol ford ranger. if you know who this person is crime-sc. south carolina cameber of commerce hosting a work shop, brought together business leaders, educators and leaders to close the skill's gap and build a stronger work force for the future. . >> our greatest asset in the state is work force. and our mission is to move business forward in south carolina. and today's event is an example of that.
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giving us a tour of the newest well partners dental and eye clinic on columbia street. >> x-ray machine. you can do a 3d. 360 x-ray. >> reporter: it is all free for under served and ininsured -- under insured patients. >> fillings and also if someone needs a tooth out, taking the tooth out as well. >> reporter: they even do blood pressure and temperature evaluations. >> 123,000 people statewide that qualify for our program. >> reporter: clinic director says dental pain is the 4th reason why people go to the emergency rooms. >> going to the emergency room will not cure your dental issues. that is the biggest message. >> reporter: they want to help take a that load off emergency rooms and off our tax dollars. >> it will be help to the community.
she has been looking forward to for a long time. >> i could go to the dentist, and not have to worry about a high bill. >> reporter: she doesn't have any medical insurance and feels blessed to have this opportunity. >> if you are afraid of going to the dentist you shouldn't be. they are awesome. it is comfortable. >> reporter: sonia gutierrez, news 19 wltx. >> this was made possible by grant from blue cross and blue shield blue cross and blue shield. it is ready -- from blue cross and blue shield. it is ready to schedule and you can find the details by just head to our website www.wltx.com. i-26 tomorrow will be shot down for pot hole repairs and there is a lot of pall holes -- pot holes out there. repairs take place from 9:00 a.m. in the morning till 3:00 p.m. in the afternoon.
all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. now, the midlands most accurate forecast with chief meteorologist jim gandy. >> it was a chilly start to the day, with the sunshine, we had a
few clouds, it warmed up, 61 sumter. rock hill 57 degrees. tonight skies are clearing. temperatures already dropping down to 44 in rock hill. 53 in sumter.
56 in orangeburg. now on the satellite picture skies are clearing over the state. we have clouds in the tens river valley. -- tennessee river valley. it is dry. weak high pressure over the southeast. we have a front to the north but this will stay to the north so the coldest air will be heading to the east. and we will be dry for the next few days. computer model, this is the latest run, skies clear tonight. we will see nothing but sunshine during the day tomorrow. and in fact with the dry air in place we will see a lot of sunshine on friday. it is not till early saturday morning we see clouds coming in. morning. but we expect to see some sun coming out saturday afternoon. cloudy. tonight cool, down to 32 degrees newberry. 33 camden. columbia and sumter 35 degrees. and 36 degrees in orangeburg. tomorrow still a cool day.
58 degrees here in columbia. looking ahead we will start a warming trend on friday with a high of 61. 68 on saturday. sunday partly cloudy, 72 degrees. but the clouds will be increasing saturday -- or sunday night into monday. we will see a chance of showers and a high of 67 degrees. but then the rain really moves in for tuesday. with a high of 57 and on wednesday,
we will still see a good chance for rain with a
we will be 3 tomorrow night at the colonial life arena, the third ranked usc gamecocks tomorrow night the usc women gamecocks can do something very special, win their third sec regular season title. they host georgia. coach trying to get her team to put together a complete 40 minute effort she says and the men hosting florida on saturday. they will be playing in front of a sold out crowd. since starting 17-0 the gamecocks have gone 4-5 in their last 9 games so they are 21-5. game time saturday is noon. gamecocks lost back to back games for the first time this season. so again big game at home against florida this weekend.
acts of kindness tay. deputies were -- day, deputies were spreading joy with chick- fil-a. deputies saw someone pay for someone in line. they pulled them over and watch what happened next. >> the car in front of you paid for yours and you paid for the ones behind you, it is random acts of kinddize day, we want to give you -- kindness day, we want to give you this. >> i didn't know what was going on. we pulled off and cut the blue lights. i thought we were going to get a ticket or something. but i was pretty shocked there. >> we want to show you that this is our community as well and we really care. it is our way of giving back. >> the sheriff's deputies spend all morning handing out gift cards. and survivor returns
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>> it's not just for babies. wait until you see what else it's being used for. but how safe is this stuff? >> wait, wait, wait, we just want to talk to you. >> now "inside edition" with deborah norville. >> deborah: hello everybody and thank you for joining us. it's that time of year when colds and coughs hit a lot of people. but presidential hopeful hillary clinton had a coughing fit during the speech on tuesday and it kept her from speaking for a full two minutes. and it's not the first time it's happened. so steven fabian has some tips on how all of us can stop coughing. >> first it was barking. now it's coughing. hillary clinton suffered an epic coughing fit on the campaign trail. >> you can make a difference. [ coughing ] [ applause ] >> she sipped water but it didn't help much. >> too much -- [ coughing ]