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we all have our problems. i don't know his situation. >> reporter: troopers say saturday night washington was driving under the influence when he crashed into car. this morning the passengers in the car were still in the hospital. one in serious condition and the other in minor condition. >> reporter: we reacacd out to the highway patrol for a copy of the incident report and they haven't given us the information tonight. we reached out to washington but haven't heard back from him. >> thank you. richland county day care worker has been arrested arrested for neglect towards a child. barbara priester. he hit a baby in the face with her hand while working at kinder academy daycare. she has been fired from her job and the baby didn't receive any injuries. barbara priester is now in jail
tonight an inmate is charged with threatening the lives of a judge and deputy sheriff. sled says september 2 last year he threatened a judge and deputy while at the county courthouse. according to the department of corrections he made the threats on the same day he was sent to prison on assault and battery and arrested for a murder charge. now, the midlands most accurate forecast with chief meteorologist jim gandy. >> today has been a warm day. it is still nice outside. we have clear skies at the moment. temperatures 71 degrees. winds from the west, southwest at 7 miles per hour. tonight it will be clear. low 45 degrees. tomorrow it will be partly cloudy during the day. with a high temperature of 74 degrees. we are expecting showers tomorrow night and it will be turning cooler on wednesday.
forecast coming up. >> all right. thank you. in route rot we know the name of the -- in richland county we know the name of a man killed in a car crash yesterday. 24-year-old charles cob was a passenger in the car when it ran off the road. no other vehicles were involved. the driver is in serious condition. the accident is under investigation. the highway patrol is investigating an accident where a tractor-trailer over turned before 1:00 at dutch fork road. nobody was hurt. but part of the road was shut down as crews eaned up the mess. after fuel and mulch leaked out on to the roadway. there have been three different shootings along hard scrabble road in richland county within 3/10 of a mile.
december a man was shot and killed and this weekend a woman was shot in the publix parking lot. some in the area say they are nervous. here is news 19's chuck ringwalt. >> reporter: she works in the rice creek village shopping center. >> i was surprised that it happened in this area. it is quiet. very family oriented. >> reporter: in september a police officer and a man were involved in a shooting. in december a man was shot and killed at a gas station and saturday a woman was shot in the publix parking lot. safety. that is your job as a mother. when there is an incident close nervous. >> now that we had an incident at my grocery store i will not be coming here after 8:00 p.m.
for leads in the case. >> the increase in population in certain areas, if you think about it, it wasn't as big as it is now. we are seeing increase in people. and with increase comes crime increase as well. >> reporter: remember to scan the area, can v your keys in your hand, remember where you parked and if you see something suspicious let authorities know. >> you can be at the wrong place at the wrong time. you have to be aware and just try to keep yourself safe. >> reporter: chuck ringwalt, news 19 wltx. >> if you have information on any of these incidents call crime stoppers 1-888-crime-sc. the community is rallying around a family who lost everything in a house fire over the weekend. the fire destroyed the family home on friday night.
he got out of the home unharmed. his wife was out of town with their three small children. he says had they been home it would have been tough to get everybody out safely. >> it scares me if they would have been home. i think about that because where their bedrooms were located down the hall, our bedroom was over here, the kitchen is in the middle. i would have had to run through the fire to get to them. which i would have done. i would got burnt up to go get them, you know, but i would have had to go through fire so it was a blessing they weren't home at the time. >> the competition is when the family found out their house burnt down. we prayed for the family. they took up donations and we had parents run to walmart to get the kids clothes, toys and
stop in donating stuff. that to me watching my family reach out to another family in need has been fantastic. >> their daughter is a dancer. again, they have lost everything. if you would hike to help them you can drop off donations at the dance center from 3:00 p.m. to egg p.m. or check out the dance center facebook page for details on what is needed. police officer who was killed last year is getting a road named after him. it passed by lawmakers. it will name the intersection the officer greg alia boulevard. plans for a ceremony to honor officer greg alia at the state house and to put the marker in finalized. the officer was shot and killed
investigate a suspicious person at richland mall. there is good news for the folks in richland county. spears creek church road has now reopened. the october flood washed away the road making it impassable for months. it effected a lot of people who use that road. the good news is, the road has been repaired and it is back open. in the market for a new home, a conference is taking place in apple in richland county -- place in route rot. it is an -- in richland county. it is an opportunity to discuss issues and learn about your rights. the conference is saturday april 9 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at adventures children's museum. you must register by the end of march. gas prices are up 3 cents
the average is now $1.53 a gallon. but we are still cheaper than last year where we are paying $2.11 a gallon. the cheapest price in our state for filling up is $1.32 in rock hill. disney is rolling out seasonal prices in california and florida. the new pricing will charge different prices depending on the time of the year. it will allow guests to see which days are considered value, regular or peak and people will pay more when forecast. prices for annual prices will not change. a retailer made lottery history, that is because they sold three tickets worth $200,000 for last night's cash
they matched all five numbers. because the ticket holders powered up the $100,000 top prize was multiplied to $200,000. winners have 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prize. >> i am wondering if the same person went in there and bought the same ticket three times. [ talking at the same time ] >> that would be nice for that one person. weather no mistake today, beautiful and sunny across the midlands. jim says we have a warming
you you are watching news 19 at 6:00 p.m. with jr berry and darci strickland. >> sunshine out there today. >> beautiful. more of the same tomorrow? >> what are we doing here? >> you know what, we have this thing called a contract. [ laughter ] >> outlines days and the times we should be here. can't get around it when the weather is nice. >> you will see another day. >> much like today.
the sunshine we warmed up nicely. it effect ising a good part of the southeast. we have a weak front that moved in but that will be dissipating. you can see e main front right here. that is where the cold air is. look at this. temperatures in the mid-20s in those areas. south of that front 60s and 70s throughout the southeast. right now in south carolina it looks like 68 degrees in greenwood and rock hill 70. 71 degrees in columbia. our computer model showing tonight we will start out clear and we will stay cheer tonight. tomorrow we will see clouds coming in. maybe a few showers through the upstate. our best chance for rain won't come till tomorrow night, late tomorrow night. a band of showers come through the state.
wednesday it is out of here and we are back to sunny skies. our forecast, tonight, cool. low temperatures of 42 degrees in camden. 45 lexington and columbia. 48 st. matthews and orangeburg. tomorrow low to middle 70s. 72 saluta. 73 winnsboro. 74 columbia and sumter. and 75 in manning. our seven-day forecast, well, there will be rain. but in this forecast the rain occurs at night. we will see rain tuesday night thursday night. during the day time, the rest of the week it will be dry. turning cooler on wednesday with a high of 63. down a 59 degrees on friday. plenty of sunshine. we will start warming up, next monday a high temperature of 72 degrees. >> the rain tomorrow hate we >> yeah.
>> late tomorrow night. >> okay. >> and again on thursday, late thursday night. >> thank you. all right. we will go to a pep rally now. reggie anderson is there. good evening, sir. >> reporter: great weather to be out here at the usc alumni center. with a variety of fresh-made seafood meals starting at just $4.99, no one does seafood like d's! try our new home-style flounder meal or double dozen shrimp. or our grilled menu, featuring new tuscan tilapia. each with two sides and hush puppies. for full meals starting at $4.99,
just across the street from the convention center. pep rally tonight for the women's basketball game. with us now the head coach of the gamecocks. coach, i was talking to one of your players, you have a unique relationship with your fans. >> that is why, you know, they come out and support us. we have personal relationships with our fans. they come to our offices. we try to give them, you know, opportunities for them to meet our players because, you know, they watch them play, and it is an opportunity for them to see their personalities. we have a fun group. you know, fan interaction is big, you know, at the top of the list for players. >> reporter: you were doing this when you first started here. not like you got to 15,000, now we will stop, you know, hanging out with the fans. >> we are not.
the in relation to our fans coming in and supporting us. both here and on the road. it is amazing what they have done. i couldn't have writ an better script. hopefully we can continue this ride to the national championship. >> reporter: thank you very much for joining us. big time pep rally. the band. the team. fun night. the team in the upstate, clemson kicking offspring football practice today. clemson is already on the football field. made it to the national title game against alabama a short time ago. back in mid-january. head coach likes the way the team is focused in the off season and how they are ready to get back to the national
>> i have seen a -- a great focus and a hunger from these guys through off season. mat drills were awesome. i mean, awesome. guys were dialed in. senior day was the best i have been around. as far as how they ran the drills that day. there is a -- they have got pep in their step. >> reporter: all right. news on the first day of spring practice. wide receiver who was suspended, she back with the team although he will not practice this spring. he wants him to worry about the other things not related to football. back with the team but will not practice this spring.
great series against penn state. the national player of the week, went 14-14 at the plate and six walks. and a grand slam saturday. john jones is your national player of the week after going 14-14. a 1,000 on base percentage. we are here outside usc alumni center talking gamecocks hoops. more tonight on news 19 at 7:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. reggie anderson, news 19 wltx. >> thank you. all right.
is alarming in a sense we are not supplying any other areas. it is consumed here. >> they want people to be aware of what is going on. we will have more details for news 19 at 7:00 p.m. happy leap day. many restaurants are offering offers. pizza hut: each customer with a leap day birthday gets a free one topping personal pizza for carry-out at participating locations., olive garden is offering deserts. krispy kreme: get your second batch of orginal glazed donuts for $2.29. >> the date.
the cbs >> pelley: on the eve ofofuper tuesday, trump clashes with blacaclives matter protesters. >> get 'em out. get 'e'eout. out. out, out, out, out. >> pelley: also tonight, a cop is gunned down on her first day on the job. the big chain food company pleads guilty to selling parmesan that had no parmesan. and david martin with an american hero. >> it's five bronze stars, two purple hearts? >> that's correct. >> pelley: and now the highest
captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: in candidate will clinch the nomination tomorrow, but super tuesday may generate irreversible momentum for hillary clinton and donald trump. they're favored many most of the 13 state primaries and caucuses. for democrats, it's a step toward certainty. for republicans another jolt in the party's identity crisis. polls show trump leading in at least six states, but he is trailing ted cruz in cruz's home state of texas. the republican race, heady, profane and unprecedented, now has prominent republicans talking of an independent candidate if trump wins the nomination. race became the weapon of choice today and major garrett is with the republicans. >> reporter: following the news that former kkk leader david duke was supporting donald trump, a group of black lives matter protesters interrupted a