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>> good evening and thank you for being with us. the race for the white house heats up, candidates know how important a win in south carolina is. we are beginning with news 19's joyce koh who got a sit down interview today with jeb bush. >> reporter: after rallying a crowd in downtown columbia he sat down with me talking donald trump, governor nikki haley and his top issues if he were to become president. >> 35 to 40% of revenue. that is a serious amount of money that is -- that is so strong and so fierce that people know, when i am president of the united states, day one, first minute, whatever happens, it happened on my watch, i will accept personal responsibility. i will be held to account. i won't blame my predecessor.
and run to the challenge to fix the problem rather than figure out a way to avoid the controversy and cut and run. i hope you want a president that does just that. >> reporter: in response to governor nikki haley's governor nikki haley's endorsing marco rubio he will continue oo camp pain and not make any changes -- to campaign and not make any changes. >> donald trump is dealing with comments by pope francis. the pope says his plan to build awall is not christian like. other candidates suggested building a wall too. donald trump says he is a christian and it was disgraceful for the pope to question his religion. >> people can come in to our country, but they have to come in legally, through a process. wewe are like an open gate. meme walk in, we don't know who
from and speaking of that, the migration, the people from syria, are they isis? are they not? they are not coming in to this country. >> speaking about the pope, john kasich was stumping for votes in clemson today and he touched on the pope's visit to mexico. >> by looking at that visit with the pope and the cities he is visiting and his message, it is despite the gangs, despite the murders, the cartels and the drugs, have hope and have faith. and when you look at the challenge they have in mexico, it is really enormous. >> ben carson was in south carolina state university and talked about his past statements thet some people called radical. his comparison of obama care to slavery.
obama care does not work. it is -- they are having a difficult time. and the prices keep going up. deductibles keep going up. it is not going to work. that is why we need something that really works. >> marco rubio is joined on the campaign trail by governor nikki haley today at a campaign stop in greenville, marco rubio said president obama's views on america -- and that hillary clinton believes she above the law. >> i would say that she someone who thinks she is above the law. [ indiscernible ] >> let's talk about benghazi. i think that disqualifies her. >> ted cruz appearing before the republican women's club and spoke about justice scalia and
one justice away from the court ordering veterans' memorial being taken down. >> we have already an activist supreme court. that is out of control. but as bad as the supreme court is, we are one justice away from a 5 justice left wing majority. >> well, the latest cbs news national poll shows 35% of voters siding with donald trump. ted cruz in second. john kasich and marco rubio are tied for third. keep up to date on the latest primary news, just head to our website www.wltx.com and click on sc primaries. full coverage is just under headlines. now, the midlands most accurate forecast with chief meteorologist jim gandy. >> well, today we saw sunshine. it was a chilly start to the day. low temperature of 31 at the airport.
both locations warmed up to 59 degrees. right now clear skies, 54 degrees. winds at 5 miles per hour. for tonight the winds will be light. s clear. low of 31 -- skies clear, low of 31. tomorrow 63 degrees with clouds late tomorrow night and a low of 43. i will have the rest of the weekend forecast coming up. >> all right. thank you. with voting on the minds of south carolinians, a foundation from silicon valley says they have the software to make voting a more transparent process. they say the state's voting machines are outdated and they seven the software to put south carolina on track away from the black box by going back to paper ballots. south carolina pays thousands of dollars in fees on voting machines. the software would be free because it is publicly funded. >> the reason it should be on
dodged a bullet several times. sooner or later a machine will fail at the wrong time and you will have a county whose is now going to be scrambling to figure out what to do. >> the local group also spoke to lawmakers in support of the foundation urging them to take a close look before investing. three deputies injured in a car accident are recovering. two have been released from the hospital. news 19's janae frazier has been gathering details and has more. >> reporter: cars zoom by in lexington county, residents walk by markings on the road and the sidewalk showing where a crash between two lexington county deputy cars took place. >> we were just getting ready for bed. heard sirens. >> reporter: deputies were
burglary around 9:00 p.m. wednesday night when they crashed in to each other near old orangeburg road. >> it was terrible. >> reporter: he lives nearby and heard a huge bang wednesday night. >> i seen this one cop's car squished in in the front. air bags exploded everywhere. debris all over the highway. strung up to the red light up here. and i walked down to see the other car. that is not what happened, it was just terrible. >> reporter: three deputies were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. two have been released and one is at the hospital recovering. >> i was praying for them. >> the sheriff's office says positive details are being with -- specific details are being weather held as they conduct their investigation. >> recuperating nicely and on the way to recovery.
news 19 wltx. . >> one deputy remains at the hospital. the burglary they were responding to ended up not being a burglary at all. richland county deputies are investigating after a domestic situation left two people. they were doing a welfare check after a six-year-old wasn't picked up from school. at the home they found the mother shot in the head. the suspect was found with a self-inflicted gun shot wound to his head. investigators examine the evidence in the dice determine what happened. a plan to fix our state's roads is being blocked in the senate. a senator is filibustering the bill again. lawmakers ended last year the same way. it would raise the gas tax by 12 cents a gallon over three years to raise money to fix the roads but the senator says there is no need for a tax increase.
roads and bridges with resources. we needs to get away from the way in which decisions are made on how to spend the money. >> she referring to the state's -- he is referring to the state's surplus. others say the money is needed for other things like fixing school. there is no way they will pass a roads plan for at least several more weeks. still ahead for you a 13- year-old boy gets the gift of a life time. how a 3d printer changed his life forever. >> tomorrow on news 19 this morning 24 hours till the primaries in south carolina. the last minute push to get your votes. also spring cleaning made easy. item.
zuckerberg's advice to you are watching news 19 at 7:00 p.m. with jr berry. a boy was gifted with a 3d hand today after a school trip introduced him to the people who would change his life. the 13-year-old visited central cerelina
tech -- carolina tech. he was born without a right hand and they asked the program if they could make him a hand. today he was given his new hand in his favorite color. he and his father are looking forward to what the future holds now. >> writing right handed.
>> i am looking forward to seeing him succeed. whatever he does, whatever he wants to do. it monday hindered him up to now and it is scary to think about what he can do now. >> it took the team a week or so to build the hand. as his wrists get stronger so will the grip of the hand. usc women's basketball team has a chance to win their third sec regular season title tonight. the gamecocks host georgia. the game tipped off a short time ago, highlights at 11:00 p.m. >> after starting 17-0 the men have gone 4-5 and it doesn't get easier this week. they look to break a 7 game losing streak against florida saturday. game time is set for noon. usc baseball starts tomorrow. the gamecocks host albany for a
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[ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. well, we do know that a lot of you out there have your phones and you have the news 19 weather app and you get text alerts when we have bad weather.
it has to charge sometimes or you have it turned off or a power failure and that the a problem. but we have a solution. the weather alert radios. we have partnered with midland radio corporation. here is one of the models that is now available at all kroger, walgreen's and academy sports. this will be available through mid-may at a discounted price. >> we are trying to get you prepared. we usually see nasty weather roll troutings roll through south carolina in march. -- roll through south carolina in march. >> this is tornado season and this is also true of flood season which we had in october. >> true. nice things to have. >> it is indeed. we won't need them this weekend because the weather will be nice but we want you to get your radio as soon as possible. today's high temperatures actually warmed up from a
55 degrees rock hill and florence. it was 59 in columbia. 60 degrees in augusta. right now temperatures have cooled off. it is 43 rock hill. 46 augusta. or florence. 47 degrees in sumter. 48 augusta and 48 in columbia. we have clear skies right now. we are watching a storm system moving out of the north and rockies, warming up through the mid-section. high pressure ridging down the eastern seaboard and that kept us -- seaboard and that kept us sunny and we expect that again tomorrow. tonight expect clear skies. tomorrow it will be sunny. and we will start out clear tomorrow night but during the morning hours of saturday clouds begin to develop across the area. and it will be cloudy this weekend but we are not expecting any rain. the rain won't come in till next week. for tonight, expect low temperatures of 29 in newberry, 34 orangeburg.
the low 60s. 61 acheppen. -- aiken. 63 columbia. and looking ahead on the seven- day forecast, the clouds come in for the weekend. notice it still warms up with winds, a high of 69 on saturday. 73 on sunday. the rain moves in monday with a high of 67. our best chance for rain will be monday night through tuesday night. tuesday a high of 57 57 degrees. wednesday 55 degrees. we dry out by next thursday. it will be sunny with a there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality.
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well, the state museum was awarded the governor's cup this week. the state's highest tourism award. they were awarded for their 2014 expansion that included a planetarium and observatory. tourism is a $19 billion a year industry in the state of south carolina. in case you are wondering, this is what is coming on television tonight, 8:00 p.m., life and pieces at 8:30 p.m., mom at 9:00 p.m., angel from hell at 9:30 p.m., elementary at 10:00 p.m. and then news 19 at 11:00 p.m. the latest from the campaign
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the worst neighbors in america? >> speeding cars. wild dogs. fighting. gunshots day and night. imagine being a family living next to these people. then, kanye west meltdown.
>> don't [ bleep ] with me! don't [ bleep ] with me! don't [ bleep ] with me! >> horribly delusional. and a reality tv star's last gasp. >> are you okay? >> dead just two days after this tv interview with dr. oz airs. >> could yoyotell from looking at her that she was dying? plus, donald trump versus the pope? >> the pope just made a statement. did he say good things? no, i don't think you're going to lake it. then, he was kidnapped right outside his pet store, just because of his name. >> i couldn't figure out why he
>> his desperate dash for freedom caught on tape. plus, just released video the sports illustrated swimsuit issue. now, "inside edition" with deborah norville. >> debebah: hello, everybody, and thanks for joining us. they say good fences make good neighbors, but not even the biggest fence in the world can make these people into nice neighbors. gunshots night and day. screaming cars. as jim moret tells us, the people living next-door literally lived in fear for their lives. >> fistfights breaking out on the front lawn. cars coming to a screeching halt. angry drivers jumping out. gunshots ring out night and day. this gay comes out of the house with a gun in his hand. >> junior, junior, junior. >> i would definitely describe them as the worst neighbors that we've had. >> that may be an understatement. >> call the cops. call the cops now 0. >> amber and nathan moved into their home in tulsa, oklahoma four years ago.