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have their voices heard in the primary. the winner, no surprise, donald trump. second place is where the battlal was -- battle was. donald trump. he was announced the winner early on yesterday evening. marco rubio coming in second mace with just over a thousand votes more than ted cruz. they both say 22%. there is just a little more for marco rubio. jeb bush received 8% of the votes yesterday but that was not enough to keep him in the race. he did suspend his campaign yesterday putting john kasich in 4th place and governor nikki haley endorsed marco rubio last week. several other voters agreed. >> because he will know, like -- he knows what is good for us. he knows what is wrong with the education system.
united states. >> chute sure she -- not sure she is old enough to vote just jet. with nevada behind them democrats are moving on to south carolina. hillary clinton took the win but that doesn't guarantee a victory here. john roberts has more. >> reporter: bernie sanders likes to is out his come from behind performances in iowa, new hampshire and nevada but in south carolina, it could be a different story for bernie sanders with a week to go. hillary clinton leads bernie sanders by 24 points. much of that based among the strength of her support from african american voters. in 2008 they made up 58% and she holds a lead over burstburst. last night -- bernie sanders. last night in nevada hillary clinton. >> denied mortgages three times
in south carolina, kids trying to learn in neglected communities. we listen to the voices, don't you think it is time to face head on the reality of racism and invest in communities that have been left out and left behind? >> reporter: bernie sanders has been trying to make inroads among black voters lining up endorsers. this morning bernie sanders insisted his policies are a natural fit with black boaters. >> the -- voters. >> the african american understands my record on criminal justice, economics, raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, dealing with the fact that we have more people in jail than any other country on penalty. hillary clinton is not. i think as people become familiar with my ideas we will become better.
a big hail to climb in south carolina. hillary clinton is hoping this will be her firewall, the first of many dominoes that will drop. in south carolina, john roberts, fox news. turning now to look at your forecast. it is 10:03 and temperatures in the 60s. 65 degrees in lexington and columbia. 62 saluta. 64 orangeburg right now. over all a warm evening on deck for us. a look at the radar you can see the clouds moving in to the area as well as rain. picking up scattered showers, especially near orangeburg. as we move through the evening, that is how it will stay. cloudy with rain chances increasing into tomorrow morning and during the day time tomorrow. warm tonight, temperatures dropping into the mid-50s.
the next few days because of the cloud deck over head not moving around. we will look that seven-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. crime wach tonight, law enforcement officers are looking for two men involved in a shooting at the columbiana mall. anyone who has information contact crime crime wachers. law enforcement want to make sure you stay safe. leah holloway learned tips on how to keep you safe in the middle of a shooting. >> make sure you maintain calm. >> reporter: shots fired at columbiana mall, law enforcement officials wants to make sure people stay safe in a public area. >> depending on where you are dictates what you should do. if you are where the shooting is, get to an exit. get down.
look for an exit. >> call 911. try report as much as you can while you can. and then if a shooting gets close enough to you, silence your phone, block the doors, lock the doors, whatever you can. >> reporter: law enforcement wants the public to be aware in case of an active shooter. >> isolated incident between parties that were involved in an altercation and then these individuals fired shots. they fired the shots in the air. no one was hit. >> reporter: hopefully more are prepared if this happens in the future. leah holloway, wach fox news. >> we will ekeep you updated -- keep you updated. . deputies are asking for your help finding the person responsible for a morning shooting. it happened here. the male victim walked outside
the victim is expected to be okay. anyone with information is asked to call crime stoppers. 1(888)-crime-sc. people in michigan became targets of a shooting spree. the gunman opened fire at roomm. >> we had -- random. >> we had multiple people messaging us. a killer outside. >> reporter: a night in kalamazoo, michigan turned into a nightmare after jason dalton opened fire at random killing six people and seriously injuring two others. >> they weren't targeted for any reason other than they were there to be a target. they were shot multiple times. >> reporter: according it authorities the shooting spree began around 6:00 p.m. saturday and spanned three locations. the first, an apartment complex where a woman was shot four times. she remains in serious
dalton opened fire at a car dealership where two men were shot and killed. minutes later four people were gunned down in a cracker barrel. a 14-year-old remains in critical condition. took police two more hours before catching up to jason dalton. >> spotted by a sheriff's deputy. vehicle was followed and stopped. the driver was indeed identified as the suspect. he was taken into custody. >> reporter: a source says police believe jason dalton an uber driver picked up shootings. she expected to be arraign -- he is expected to be arraigned monday afternoon. >> there is no continuing threat to the safety of this community. >> reporter: jeremy roth reporting. >> a six-year-old boy was fatally shot saturday afternoon. the latest gun violence to hit
outside the hospital where he died. his father and aunt were among those asking why and how this happened. saturday afternoon when gunfire broke out at the miami apartment complex the boy was playing and hit by a stray bullet. a police helicopter was in the air moments after and the sedan sped off with three men inside. he was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. he is not thought to be the intended target. community members say it doesn't matter, another child is dead because of gun violence. >> think of your life at six. playing in the neighborhood and stuff like that. our family is hurting right now. it could easily be your family next. >> 60 children shot over the past 12 months. over 20 kills over the past 12 months. the last one a six-year-old boy
loved by principals, teachers, colleagues, friends. >> the police are still tonight. new this evening apple is holding their ground in the battle to unlock the iphones of the san bernardino shooters. some victims of the terror attacks say they will file a brief opposing apple in hopes of forcing the company to unlock the victims. the victims want to know why shooter. the clash between apple and the justice department over gaining access to the information on the shooter's phone increases. apple says they will not grant accease the department -- access to the department. 14 people died and 22 others were wounded. the shootings attack was last december.
minneapolis, minnesota to stand against discrimination. they marched saturday hoping to raise awareness. some who participated hoped to show people that islam and terror are not connected. the rally is one of many that are happening throughout the country to raise awareness. the minnesota chapter of the counsel on american islam relations organized the march. they have among the highest population of sumallians in the country. -- sumallians in the country. . >> i faced racism in the city i grew up in, st. louis, missouri. >> people don't understand what they are fearing. >> protesters hope the rally would educate people and put an end to the fears over islam. imagine watching a hill come crashing towards you. this video catches a landslide in idaho. look at this.
crashing thousand side of a mountain in elk city -- crashing down a side of a mountain in elk city. officials say it was 40 feet deep. blocked off 500 feet of highway. that man there sprinting for his life. it is unclear when the highway will be opened. also on fox tonight an estimated 67% of car repair customers are women. you will have a tough time this one. courtney godfrey explains why. >> reporter: the uncertainty, the pressure, am i getting ripped off, most of us have been there. >> they had a list of things.
breaks are going out. battery is low. it cost $1,500. we will fix it today for you. >> reporter: but the play book looks different here. >> we want to make sure they feel good about it and that they are doing the right thing and not getting scammed. >> reporter: after 7 years in the car part business and visits to thousands of shops, she recognized an untapped market. women. >> all so busy. i have a lot of things to do. i don't have time to wait. >> reporter: from hair and nails to a kids area and shopping, hours of waiting can be made useful. >> i can have purchase that gift and they are super cool. >> reporter: when it comes time talk about the work on your car they will walk you through it. >> they showed her. >> reporter: if you can't be
>> every technician has a tablet. it is electronic. they can take pictures of the vehicle or the parts while working on the car and we are able to e-mail it or text it to the customer. >> reporter: leaving every customer to drive off with confidence and a thank you note in the front seat. >> if you are using an oil change to get out of giving your mother a mother's day car that the a problem. money has been a big topic in the political race, but should we be blaming those who have it for our country's problem? we will let you decide when
for friends who come together to reach for better. we brew a superior tasting light beer with fewer carbs and calories. michelob ultra. the superior light beer. you are watching wach fox news at 10:00 p.m. with dana fulton and sports with derek phillips. this is wach fox news at 10:00 p.m. welcome back. making a lot of money is for many the american dream. when it comes time for elections which people are demonized for having so much
>> reporter: what do beyonce and mark zuckerberg and dr. dre have in common? a lot of money. >> greed is good. >> reporter: but not on the campaign trail. >> the government is dominated by a billionaire class. >> the wealthy will have to pay. >> we have a rigged economy. >> you have to know something, you are a nice man, and you mean well but you are out of reality. >> reporter: most billionaires do play by the rules. they did not get rich because of hand outs. >> they are giving us jobs. >> reporter: we analyzed the 400 richest americans. they employ 10 million works across the country who owe their livelihoods to the fat cats. >> the wealthy pay too little and the middle class pay too much.
what people do to get people to vote for them. >> reporter: tax policy can kill the golden goose. when job creators leave, so does their capital. >> working 7, 8 months out of the year just to pay taxes. what kind of incentive is that. >> reporter: demonizing billionaires may be good politics but it is bad economics. >> if there is a ceo creating a lot of value, wealth for the economy, the value they are creating is greater than their compensation. >> reporter: while many want to tax the rich, they are likely saying it on bill gates software or on mark zuckerberg's facebook facebook. in los angeles, fox news. >> you saw the numbers yourself. we will leave the decision up to you. still to come on wach fox
gamecocks looking to clinch a series sweep on opening weekend. highlights and more later in sports. first a look at the forecast. clouds moving in over the area as well as drizzle. picking up rain towards orangeburg right now. forecast for tomorrow coming up right after the break. 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,
to counter generations of neglect. we have to face up to the hard truth of injustice and systemic racism. i'm hillary clinton,
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 and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
welcome back everyone. temperatures right now unfortunately just a little warm outside. it would be nice if we could see it cool down over night, however not likely. 60s for most of the area. 65 columbia and lexington. 62 degrees in saluta and 63 right now in manning. when
we have the clouds moving over head that is what keeps temperatures warm over night. on radar, things mostly cloudy outside and they will bring rainane little bit -- rain in a little bit. across the nation right now, you can see the moisture starting to make its way towards us. pushing into the southeast. we will have a bit of a soggy
tomorrow in the morning give yourself extra time on the southern side of the midlands. rains inch its way in before we see more shower activity later in the afternoon. temperatures not warming up too much. tonight mid-50s. tomorrow afternoon mid-60s. showers push on through. tomorrow night similar story as far as temperatures go. but the showers much more prevalent tomorrow evening. not expecting anything severe. just very widespread in nature. tuesday we have the chance for scattered showers marching on through and starting to clear wednesday. wednesday we will start to dry up later on in the day. you will see that are the seven- day forecast. 80% chance of showers tomorrow. columbia. 62 on wednesday. wednesday showers towards the morning into the early afternoon and then the back
up next with sports. opening series sweep sounds nice. usc hoping to start ought the ease -- out the season 3-0. sunday, slow start for the group. they led it 1-0 through 4 before the gamecocks' offense got things going. jones continuing his hot start to the year with a base knock to center. a run scores. usc exploding at the plate in the 6th 6th. chopper to second is good
a 2-1 usc lead. gamecocks up two. jones delivering again. the shot into left is good enough to bring in two more. jones finishes 2-4 and game woks with another victory, 8-1 -- gamecocks with another victory 8-1. >> we battled at the plate. i thought we had good at bats. baseball. sometimes you just don't -- sometimes it is hard to score when you are hitting balls at people but all and all i couldn't be more pleased with my team and how they played. >> the tigers looking to clinch their opening weekend series over maine sunday. tied 1-1. williams changes that with a base it. 2-1 tigers. bottom four, same score. not anymore.
the left field wall. the tigers' offense beginning to find itself. later in the evening, he delivers a shot past the diving short shop. clemson explodes for 22 hits and they win sunday by a final of 19-2. and let's go racing. the 2016 daytona 500. chase elliott the poll sitter. elliott's day ending early. gets loose and into carl edwards. it will end in heavy damage for the 24 car. dale earnhardt jr. spins. the 88 unable to do something. slams into the wall. , jr.'s bid comes to an end. he finishes 36.
final lap we go. matt kenseth out front. denny hamlin putting on the moves. look at the photo finish. the 11 car beats martin truex by a 10th of a second. the closest daytona 500 finish ever. and the first 500 win for denny hamlin. >> such a huge team victory. sat over a here a week ago and told me all the side bar races are getting old, lets win the real one. to win it for the boss after 23 years, there is no better feeling than what i have right now.
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