tv News 19 Noon CBS February 19, 2016 12:00pm-12:30pm EST
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for joining us for news19 at noon. i'm darci strickland. we start off with a story that has gripped the community's attention. bond was set for the restaurant owner charged with murdering his wife's lover on valentine's day. this morning, a judge set a $500,000 in bonds -- with several conditions including that he had no contact with his wife. he will be required to surrender his passport and cannot have any type of deadly weapon. if bond is posted, he must live with his parents and will be
greg leon is charged in a sunday night shooting in lexington county. police say he opened the door of the victim's car and shot at him and killed him. investigators say he also attended to murder his wife who was also in the car. but the bullet missed her. at the hearing today, his wife says she is not afraid of him and said that she wants him released on bail to take care of his restaurant and support their family. also, bond was set for a kershaw county man charged in the shooting death of a teenager. a judge set bond at $200,000 for 49-year-old jimmy joe massey. he was charged with voluntary manslaughter after killing a 17- year-old brandon spencer. he says he shot spencer after seeing the teenager and another person stealing items from his truck. after a cold start this morning, temperatures have risen into the 50s.
the north east midlands. fifty-two in camden. fifty-one in the chevelle. saluda, 58. and columbia, a lot of sunshine. the air is dry. 30 degrees dew point. a relative humidity of 38%. today. we will warm up to a high of 64 degrees. a little bit of cloud coverage tonight. down to a low of 45. tomorrow, partly to mostly cloudy skies. quite windy out of the southwest at 10 up to 15 miles per hour with a high of 71. taking a look at the weekend and the seven-day forecast in a few minutes. a federal report said south carolina's medicaid agency exposed about a million residents, personal health information to risk of cyber theft. all because of poor safeguards and a four decade old computer system. the u.s. department of health and human services said the agency had no security plan for the computer system.
and had not properly trained employees. it does say that no evidence of hacking, any medicaid data has occurred. the director for the state is replacing the aging computer system for paying medicaid providers. a local leader wants people to pray for the three lexington deputies injured in a traffic accident. lexington county councilman bobby keebler is asking for the public to join him for a prayer ceremony this evening. it starts at 6:30 p.m. at the park park in red bank. gop presidential contender marco rubio was in columbia this morning for a rally at the marriott on hampton street. he was joined by governor nikki haley, a senator and a state representative. later today, he will go to hilton head. he is scheduled to hold a rally in north charleston. former florida governor
he is holding question and answer sessions with former first lady barbara bush in spartanburg and greenville. tonight he has a rally in the town of central. ohio governor john kasich was in columbia this morning for a townhall meeting. he will also be in conway today holding a townhall at the georgetown technical college. democratic presidential candidate senator bernie sanders and candidate hillary clinton are in nevada for the final day of campaigning ahead of tomorrow's caucuses after a big win in new hampshire, sanders is looking to show that this race is far from over. clinton is looking to get back on track before heading to the primaries in southern states where she is popular with voters. justice antonin scalia's body is laid in the great hall of the supreme court today. a private ceremony was held this morning including family, friends and justices. president and misses obama are
novelist harper lee has died. the author of "to kill a mockingbird" passed away at her home town of monroeville, alabama. this was her first novel. it won the pulitzer prize and sold more than 10 million copies. she led a private life rarely making public appearances. harper lee was 89 years old. the usc women's basketball team managed to take down the sec regular-season title with a win over georgia last night. a strong defensive effort pushed usc to a 61-51 win. the team is now a perfect 13-0 in sec play and moves to 25 and one overall. the gamecocks are back in action monday night when they are on the road against alabama. tap -- tipoff is at 7:00 p.m. meanwhile, the usc men's festival team will be looking for a win tomorrow as they host florida to another sold-out crowd. this will be the one meeting between the two since the
gametime is set for noon at the colonial life arena. usc's baseball season begins today. the gamecocks host albany for a three-game series. first pitch is at 4:00 p.m. at founders park. tomorrow's game is at to p.m. the series wraps up on sunday at 1:30. the weekend is finally here. it is time to make plans. should you be inside (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard,
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it is 55 degrees right now in lexington. newberry, winnsboro, 54. orangeburg, 55. a little cooler at aiken at 54 degrees. a lot of sunshine right now. 55 degrees and columbia. relative humidity, 38%. with wind out of the east at 8 miles per hour. all the way to the top of the atmosphere, the air is very dry. not a single cloud in the sky all throughout the palmetto state. the high-pressure is allowing the dry air to stay in place. the dry air will continue to warm us up as we are expecting highs today in the upper 50s, lower-60s. even into the middle 60s. we get as high as 66 in orangeburg. and columbia, 64. a lot of sunshine. wind out of the southeast at five up to 10 miles per hour. increasing cloud coverage into the overnight hours. 35 degrees, for the low. all the lows will range from the lower to middle 40s. it won't be as cold as we have had over the past several mornings.
pronounced dry air. very warm air for that matter, in the southern plains. this area of low pressure and this cold front will be the next weather maker. as they both make their way toward the deep south, we will have increasing cloud coverage. then the rain chances. our computer model shows as we go throughout the afternoon and evening, it is going to be dry. no clouds until early in the morning. tomorrow, and pretty much throughout the day, a mixture of sunshine and clouds. a little more sunshine and clouds saturday. as we get into sunday, more cloud coverage as we wait for the rain to move through off of the appalachians. what we're looking at tomorrow, 71 degrees. a mixture of sun and clouds. sunday, 73 degrees with partly to mostly cloudy skies. the rain moves then by monday. a high of 66 degrees. we could have a good chance for moderate to heavy rainfall on tuesday. wednesday afternoon, the rain comes to a end by thursday. quite a bit of sunshine. good time for the weekend -- to get out and enjoy the sunshine. >> thank you so much.
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associated with that, you can do that in the midlands this weekend. the ninth annual strong thread african-american celebration and festival kicks off tomorrow. i'm so excited to have two beautiful women with me today. jennider holliday and regina teeters. good to see both of you. i said during the commercial break, i feel like i can't thing because i'm sitting next to you. but i'm not going to do that. >> good to see both of you. jennifer, two grammy award- winning singer -- tony award winner. wow. what brings you to the midlands? >> i'm here to celebrate -- black history month. we need to make it more important than just one month. and i think that if we are continuing to educate people about history -- also educate people about today's time --
all about that. i have multiple sclerosis. so for me, i would like people to pay more attention to their health and underprivileged people -- don't get that opportunity. so i thought if i would make an appearance -- it is not every real people. so i have always liked to be close to the people -- that stuff. >> i'm not for a lot of funny stuff. -- i don't mind being in the country -- as long as i don't have to go to the outhouse. if there ain't no toilet, we got ago [ laughter ] >> that speaks volumes about your popularity and why you have lasted an industry that she was people up and spits them out quickly. we're so excited to have you. and this incorporates really
names on the rise like regina with us. talk to us about what it means event. >> i'm super excited. thanks for the opportunity. the whole point is to shine a light on african-american culture and african-american heritage through music and art. all different kinds of things like that. the founder is, veronika premise. i'm just excited to be a part -- a part of the rich culture that will be presented tomorrow. >> this holiday, your latest album is entitled, "the song is you". will you be performing that tomorrow afternoon? >> i will be performing a couple of songs. i have some r&b classics. a tribute to edit james -- etta james as well. i'm continuing to grow. fifty-five years old.
brought them back here to the test kitchen. each one week ate was sweeter than the last. besides how sweet they were, having a big bowl of them on the counter was like a ray of sunshine. we start by creaming together butter and sugar. when that is smooth, we add freshly squeezed orange juice. and a bit of orange zest. when it comes together, we had a good amount of flour, baking powder and salt. after everything is mixed, we drop tablespoons of it onto some greased cookie sheets and into the oven they go. we throw together a glaze which is powdered sugar mixed with a little bit of oj and orange zest. whole house will smell amazing. after they cool, we put the orange glaze over them to make them extra good. with each bite, you will feel
orange grove. i do hope you will go online and get the recipe for our double orange glazed cookies so you can take one of the best produced buy as of the week and turn that into a ray of sunshine. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen where today we found a sunny way for you to say, ooh, it is so good! >> thank you, howard. that is going to do it for news19 at noon. we're looking forward to seeing you again today at 5:00. we look forward to sunshine
>> a nice weekend (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. something is just fundamentally broken when african americans are more likely to be arrested by police, and sentenced to longer prison terms, for doing the same thing that whites do. ...when too many encounters with law enforcement end tragically. we need investments in education, health care and jobs, generations
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. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts
>> nick: hey. good. you're awake. thank god. >> noah: what --
what happened? what happened? >> nick: hey, listen, don't worry about it. you're gonna be fine. they had to give you a sedative before you got on the flight. that's why you're groggy. >> noah: flight? >> nick: yeah, noah. you're home. [ handcuffs clink ] >> dylan: and you're under arrest for the hit-and-run that almost killed billy abbott. >> chelsea: if this noah bomb explodes this morning... >> adam: not if. when. babe, it's only a matter of time before the media gets wind of what my father told the police, and then all bets are off at that point. >> chelsea: i suppose you're right. >> adam: unfortunately, we both know that i am. >> chelsea: do you think there's a chance that vic--