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through a hotel peephole. [cheering] >> get them out. get them out. sorry, folks. you can hear it once. all lives matter. [ applause ] >> mark: the scene at donald trump's rally at radford. trump was interrupted by protesters several times. security had to escort many people out. escorting was escorting a group of political science students out of the rally when everybody's focus [bleep] [bleep] >> mark: this video shows time magazine photographer chris morris in an alteration with one of trump's secret service agents. trump's media manager explained that journalists
a pen, 20 minutes before the speech started. then they could stay in the pen until after trump left. morris stepped outside the pen and was taken to the ground by an agent. the photo shows morris reaching up to the secret service agent's neck. >> i never touched him. and i said he took me, so i put my hand on him, and that's when i was arrested. >> mark: morris says he is not pressing charges. trump's campaign said this it had not heard about that incident, but his media manager was inches from the incident. >> and hillary clinton was introduced by senator tim
clinton shifted her focus from bernie sanders to the republicans. she criticized the republican primary field on everything from healthcare, gun control, and hate rhetoric. and she criticized trump's plans to deport undocumented immigrants to the u.s. >> at some point you can't just say whatever pops into your head if you want to be the president of the united states of america. [ applause ] >> people around the world actually listen to what people running for president say. >> mark: clinton is spending super tuesday night in florida. that state hosts a pivotal contest on march 15th. >> and the clock is ticking. in seven hours the voters will head to the polls to vote. right now trump and clinton
the polls on super tuesday. >> reporter: tonight just hours before super tuesday voting begins, last-minute rallies and tension. the controversy sparked by these comments on cnn about his endorsement from former ku klux klan wizard david duke. >> can you say unequivocally that you condemn them and don't want support? >> i have to know what group you're talking about. >> reporter: trump said he didn't understand the question and later disavowed david duke. >> i don't care how it's said, ku klux klan comes in clearly. >> the klan is reprehensible.
supported by 49% of g.o.p. voters. super tuesday has voting in 12 states. frontrunner hillary clinton is looking to solidify her lead and now targeting trump. >> i don't think that america ever stopped being great. what we need to do now is make america whole. >> reporter: trump is running behind in texas where ted cruz is counting on his constituents to give him a big approximate win. >> mark: and from 9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., we'll live stream a your voice, your future super tuesday special. there'll be election results and live analysis from a panel of political experts. and in the included in the coverage, former virginia
polling shows trump ahead in the virginia primary and hillary clinton ahead in the democratic race. polls are open from 6:00 a.m.-7:00 a.m. you'll need an acceptable form of photo i.d. to vote. >> for those in appomattox, since the tornado damaged central baptist church, you'll need to vote at the church on woodlawn trail. you can call the voter registrar for information. >> george: good monday evening to you. temperatures in the 60s and lower 70s. lynchburg topping at 66 with 73 in danville. tomorrow we'll be off to a cool start with lots of 30s. between 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m.,
we're also tracking rain. we'll let you know when it will move in. >> mark: officials in appomattox are trying to figure out why some 3,000 people never got a warning about the tornado that hit there. one person was killed. marissa para looked at what lynchburg does to warn families in harm's way. marissa? >> reporter: mark, as soon as my photographer, tony, and i crossed into appomattox county, we got the alert. it was loud, efficient, and got our attention. the same can't be said for everyone. this is the tornado alert that popped up on phones sunday afternoon. it is the warning that chris walker's mother received. >> i was at the back door and i actually seen it. >> reporter: these alerts save lives. they tell people to take action now. but alerts can only help when
and up to 3,000 people in appomattox county didn't get the message. and a number of you have let us know on our facebook page. melissa foster assures us that lynchburg is prepared. >> the alert system that we're using uses multiple paths and ways of alerting. so that makes it more reliable during those types of emergencies. >> reporter: staying alert requires a little bit of effort on your part. go to the lynchburg government's website and sign up there. make sure your alerts are turned on. no cell phone? >> no problem. >> if they have a landline, they would still receive a message on that land line through lynchburg alerts. >> reporter: lynchburg residents didn't get an alert because they weren't in the tornado's path.
waiting until we're in the middle of some type of significant storm. to make sure that you get that information and stay informed early on. >> reporter: now, a spokesperson from eatton released a statement saying that we were just made aware of this today. we are looking into the situation and the do not have any information at this point. >> mark: thanks. tomorrow the virginia department of the housing and community development and lynchburg community action group will be in appomattox. they'll be there to help those affected by the tornado. the groups say they'll help identify housing options with financial assistance. they'll be at evergreen baptist church from 9:00-4:00. applications will be provided. a local principal found himself behind bars this weekend for allegedly assaulting his life. dennis seamster is a principal
school. his wife called 9-1-1 because he pushed her during an argument. when police arrived, they saw a knot on her bed. tonight officers carried fallen officer ashley guindon to a memorial chapel. she was shot and killed this weekend responding to a domestic violence shooting. >> [inaudible] >> mark: the suspected shooter, army staff sergeant, ronald hamilton. his wife was found dead inside the house and their 11-year-old son was unharmed. guindon had just been assigned to that shift the day before.
for 50 years, smith mountain lake has welcomed thousands of visitors and those who made that rural community their home. that's the reason why businesses like homestead creamery thrive. loyal customers and people like regional chamber of customers executive director vicki gardner. she says that there's a rich culture of business and bond that started 50 years ago. >> people here realize the value of shopping local because you're dealing with your neighbors. again, that personalized business-community interaction works so well. >> mark: homestead creamery is working on tripling the size of its plants after expanding to 12 states.
monday, march 7th. and also it's smith mountain lake's 50th anniversary. >> governor mcauliffe vetoed legislation that sought to allow home schooled students to participate in public sports. the governor said that it would disrupted the level playing field. several homeschool families visited the capitol last week to urge the governor to sign the legislation this year. also in richmond, the senator will consider a bill to require parents to be notified if their children will be required to read a book that contains sexually
allow an >> george: we're going to have another beautiful day coming up for your tuesday. but we're also going to see changes by tuesday night and wednesday as we'll see some showers making their way on in. tomorrow between 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. wednesday morning, we have this 12-hour window and we'll see showers moving in. it's not going to rain in the entire 12-hour period, but that's when you'll get rain if you do get rain. rainfall totals mostly under 1/4 inch. we'll enjoy mostly clear skies, but it's this weather system that's going to bring us rain tomorrow night and early tuesday across the heart of virginia. upper 40s. in the morning, we'll be closer to the 30s. already in the 30s toward virginia tech. blacksburg 37. farmville 42.
here's what you can expect. a beautiful day and temperatures nearing 70 degrees on tuesday. by 5:00 p.m., most of the heart of virginia will be dry. after 5:00 and near 6:00, we'll see showers making their way into our area. so 11:15 p.m., rain moving through. and wednesday morning, all that rain will be moving out of here and we'll have drier weather for the rest of your wednesday. most of the rain will fall tomorrow night-wednesday. your temperatures briefly in the 30s in the morning. by 9:00, we'll be in the mid-40s. 62 at lunch and upper 60s in the afternoon. breezy with a light wind in the morning and a stronger wind in the afternoon. highs in the rest of the area,
the upper 60s and lower 70s. so the first day of march is really going to feel like spring. brookneal 71. gretna 72. in the mountains, temperatures in the mid-60s with increasing showers in the evening. your 7-day forecast shows showers moving in for tuesday evening-wednesday morning, but not 100 percent rain chance. cooler weather for all of us wednesday-friday. friday morning, if it's cold enough we could see snow mixed in with the rain. and as you can see by the temperatures any snow will have a difficult time sticking. and highs in the 40s and 50s for the weekend. >> mark: a middle school
charges for i'm hillove this message. her life's work has been about breaking barriers. and so would her presidency. which is why, for every american who's not being paid what they're worth... who's held back by student debt or a system tilted against them- and
there are far too many of you- she understands that our country can't reach it's potential... unless we all do. together. a stronger country. >> mark: a judge in new york says the u.s. justice department cannot force apple to provide the fbi with access to a blocked iphone.
allowing apple to create software to hack the iphone of the shooter in the killing of 14 people in san bernardino. lawyers say apple has opposed the request to help extract information for more than one dozen iphones in california, illinois, massachusetts, and new york. a dramatic in court. "dancing with the stars" host erin andrews broke down in tears as she testified against marriott hotels and
the man convicted of stalker her. she's blaming both for the recorded video that went viral. >> everyone said that i was doing it for publicity. [crying] >> [inaudible] >> mark: andrews is suing her stalker for filming her naked
hotel room. she is also suing the owners and managers of the national marriott. the hotel claims it was tricked into gaining access to andrews. a middle school student in fairfax could be in legal hot water. she's accused of sending threats on instagram in the form of emojis. >> kids on instagram are getting death threats. the emojis were bombs, a gun and a knife. >> mark: olivia williamible said that she blocked it so she couldn't see it. but the news spread and a letter went home to the parents. >> they sent out a letter saying that there was an incident at the middle school and the administration was handling it. >> mark: the situation has been hand over to the
the keydets take on >> reporter: hi there, everyone. the v.m.i. keydets played their home finale tonight against chattanooga. first half, erafumi with a monster block. one of seven from him. peterson launches the rainbow three. and last-chance shot for peterson falls short. he finishes with 21. the keydets fall 67-65. the keydets face stanford on friday in asheville. >> i think we're playing our best basketball late, which is important for any team.
tougher year. i'm proud of our guys. >> we've turned our season around. we've had some real bad losses. and now we see everyone playing with more confidence. it's win or go home now. >> reporter: the cavs dropped to fourth. and carolina is at 8th. and the cavs look to improve on a four in six road record. >> do what we do and do it well. that's it. it talked about it before the carolina game. do the simple things well for us. and it's not easy, but it's just the clear things that make us effective. >> reporter: and cavs' brogdon has earned a.c.c. player of the week. 27 points, five rebounds and two steals in games against
brogdon plays his final home game saturday night against louisville. and the tar heels bounced back from saturday's loss to beat syracuse. and the heels win 75-70. and the l.c. women and men are celebrating o.d.a.c. championships and preparing for n.c.a.a. tournament play this friday. the women will open against birmingham-southern in tennessee. and the men will face scranton in pennsylvania. >> this league is one of the best division three leagues in the country. and we've got as good a chance as anybody in the country to advance. >> we're going to prepare. >> reporter: jimmy johnson
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