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WCBI News at Ten - Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Family members of a woman allegedly killed by an oxford police officer were outraged when the judge postponed his decision on whether to release the officer on bond.

Shay arthur from cbs affiliate wreg was in the courtroom and has more on the day's drama..

Nat snd: 'all rise...'

Circuit court judge andy howorth took the bench in oxford wednesday afternoon... not far behind...oxford police officer matthew kinne...wearing handcuffs, shackles and a striped jail uniform.

Judge howorth ruled kinne was not entitled to a probable cause hearing because he is a police officer 'the crime of murder is always going to fall outside the performance of official duties for a law enforcement officer.

I canút imagine why it wouldnút.'

:07 the judge then formerly charged matthew kinne with the death of 32 year old dominique clayton.

'the crime for which you are charged is that of murder.

Do you understand everything iúve explained to you today?'

Judge howorth then announced he would postpone a decision on bail for kinne until a meeting next week with defense lawyers and the district attorneyús.

' i asked ms kilpatrick to confer with the defendant about whether or not he wanted...heús entitled to have a bond hearing now and he was agreeable, apparently, to postponing that till a later date.'

Nat snd crowd noise after the hearing adjourned, family and friends of dominique clayton were outraged he could potentially get bond ....saying kinne showed no compassion for dominique clayton.

'that man came though the bushes, while he was on duty and walked in behind my daughterús home, put a bullet in the back of her god d...m head and executed her.'

:12 kinneús attorney says the judgeús decision to postpone the bond hearing is not uncommon.

25 10 03 'in this instance the judge is allowing us time to try and work it out.

Thatús 'day in day out' criminal law.

Thatús how most cases are handled.

This case is no different, unfortunately, than any other case...when it comes to the constitutional rights of the defendant.'

While family members demanded justice... oxfordús top cop says he understands their anger.

' matthew kinne committed a murder and we do not want him no date has been set for that bond hearing... matthew kinne is being held in the panola county jail... take new at 10 stinger burns bottom is set to have a makeover.

Many homes in the area are old, outdated, and are no longer being used.

Our quentin smith speaks with a member of the columbus redevelopment authority board on future plans.

Quentin....what are they looking to do with this area.... scott, they're looking to use this space for residential use.... it's no secret that there is a high demand for new housing in columbus.... once the area is fully developed, city leaders believe it'll encourage more people to call columbus áhomeá..

It's a project the columbus redevelopment authority has been working for nearly 2 years.

Giving burns bottom a new look.

The cra has purchased many of the homes in the area.

The homes are marked with either a b or d... indicating hw the homes will be cleared to make way for redevelopment.

"we've been working with the city and the fire department has chosen to burn some of the homes as a training exercise for the fire department.

Other homes will need to be demolished with a back hose and equipment.

The determination was what was the safest and better way for the individual home."

This home that sits on 3rd ave., north was the first home to be cleared as it was burned by the fire department this week... " now it's exciting to see ok, now we can start talking about the new development and what we're going to see here, and what we can do with the land instead of the dredging through of the acquisition process mark castleberry is a member of the redevelopment board, and says they already have an idea of how the area is going to look... " i think the general thought is it'll be helsing, that's the bet use of this property.

We're sure not against commercial, but we tend to think that we are so close to the downtown and that's an already well- established commercial district that that's where most of the commercial businesses that, and we hope the residents that are here will support the downtown, but again, if there is a good commercial concept located down here, we'd love to have it."

Castleberry says they targeted burns bottom because of the unique features surrounding the area such as the riverwalk and soccer complex.

" just think about it you could live here and have the whole complex available to you, and the riverwalk, and the bridge, ending amphitheater, and at this time the redevelopment authority is still in the planning stages to determine the exact layout of how the homes will look once construction begins.

Castleberry says he doesn't know when all of the homes will be cleared... but he doesn't expect the process to last longer than a few months.

First look stinger first look summary: a hot a dry weather pattern will continue through the weekend.

Make sure you wear plenty of sunscreen and a hat if you'll be outdoors.

Find some shade and be sure to stay hydrated with highs well in the 90s.

Wednesday night: mainly clear with lows in the upper 60s to around 70.

Winds taper off between 2 and 8 mph.

One in four mississippi students failed this year's third grade reading gate test.

That's the highest failure rate since the test has been in existence..

But, as courtney ann jackson explains the score needed to pass is also higher than ever before.

"it's very difficult pinning a child's future on one test like we have been doing in the past few years."

Third graders are scored on a 1-5 scale for the reading gate test.

In the past---they needed a 2 to pass.

This year they needed a 3.

In pearl, teachers have worked to get the whole family on board with motivation ahead of the test.

"we have the parents on board because we want them to know, it's more difficult but we are here.

And we are working.

You know, it's not a scare tactic but we need your help."

Clinton's northside elementary tried to keep surprises to a minimum.

"we used some different assessments that give us an indicator of how they will do.

So, we were able to use those assessments to kind of show parents, this is where your student lies.

This is where we need to get to.

So, what are the steps that we need to take to make sure your student reaches the right point at the right time."

But even once the results are in--- "all we get is a pass or fail score.

So, many of our parents that was concerning for them.

Because, what's the number?

Well, we really don't get a number right now.

All we know is if they made the level three or they did not."

The students who failed on the first attempt have already had their first re-take opportunity.

If they still don't reach the passing score---they'll get one last shot.

Otherwise---they'll be held back next school year.

"it's hard for them to realize that at this age, 8 and 9, that the end of the school year has its áups and downsáá.

At overstreet elementary school they're making the best of them... 5th grade peak students have been learning problem solving skills, engineering, and money management..

They combined those skills to design and build rollercoasters..

Today they debuted their creations at the school's annual rollercoaster day..

" i learned how to work better with the team and how to engineer and how to work with specific pieces and had a put them on and had a build them.

I learned about how to be an engineer so it's really fun to be on these roller coasters so i think i'll be fine to be an engineer.

" it took students about a month to construct their roller coasters.

Stinger pattern will continue through the weekend.

Make sure you wear plenty of sunscreen and a hat if you'll be outdoors.

Find some shade and be sure to stay hydrated with highs well in the 90s.

Wednesday night: mainly clear with lows in the upper 60s to around 70.

Winds taper off between 2 and 8 mph.

Thursday-tuesday: no major changes to the weather pattern in our neck of the woods.

A big area of high pressure aloft will keep all active weather away from the twin states.

For us that means plenty of sun each day along with highs in the 90s.

Perhaps as warm as the mid 90s at times.

Overnight lows should hover around 70?

For the most part with some upper 60s thrown into the mix as well.

The chance of rain is just about zero.

Summary: a hot a dry weather pattern will continue through the weekend.

Make sure you wear plenty of sunscreen and a hat if you'll be outdoors.

Find some shade and be sure to stay hydrated with highs well in the 90s.

Wednesday night: mainly clear with lows in the upper 60s to around 70.

Winds taper off between 2 and 8 mph.

Thursday-tuesday: no major changes to the weather pattern in our neck of the woods.

A big area of high pressure aloft will keep all active weather away from the twin states.

For us that means plenty of sun each day along with highs in the 90s.

Perhaps as warm as the mid 90s at times.

Overnight lows should hover around 70?

For the most part with some upper 60s thrown wear plenty of sunscreen and a hat if you'll be outdoors.

Find some shade and be sure to stay hydrated with highs well in the 90s.

Wednesday night: mainly clear with lows in the upper 60s to around 70.

Winds taper off between 2 and 8 mph.

Thursday-tuesday: no major changes to the weather pattern in our neck of the woods.

A big area of high pressure aloft will keep all active weather away from the twin states.

For us that means plenty of sun each day along with highs in the 90s.

Perhaps as warm as the mid 90s at times.

Overnight lows should hover around 70?

For the most part with some upper 60s thrown into the mix as well.

The chance of rain is just about zero.

Summary: a hot a dry weather pattern will continue through the weekend.

Make sure you post season play is underway... tom has s-e-c tourney highlights from the aggies, rebels, hawgs, and athens dawgs a little later in sports... it's an easy way to give back to others.

Donating blood.

It's also live saving.

We learn more tonight in our health talk with baptist.

Hi, i'm sandy kilburn, medical technologist and blood bank supervisor at baptist memorial hospital golden triangle.

I want to talk to you some more about blood donation.

Here at baptist golden triangle, we transfuse an average of 215 units of red blood cells every month to an average of 92 patients.

Recipients include cancer patients, sickle cell anemia patients, patients with other types of anemia, surgery and trauma patients and premature or sick newborns.

As you can see, the need is great and a reduction in donor turnout can put the blood supply of our nation, our state and our hospital at a critically low level.

Donating blood is a safe process.

A sterile needle is used only once and then discarded.

Blood donation is a simple four-step process: registration, medical history/mini physical, donation and refreshments.

Every donor is given a mini physical checking the donor's temperature, blood pressure, pulse and hemoglobin to ensure it is safe for the donor to give blood.

The actual blood donation typically takes less than ten to twelve minutes.

The average adult has about ten pints of blood in his body.

Roughly one pint of blood is given during the donation.

A healthy donor may donate red blood cells every didty-six days or double red cells every one hundred twelve days.

All donated blood is tested for hiv, hepatitis b and c, syphilis and other infectious diseases before it can be released to hospitals.

Join us next time for health talk with baptist, where we'll talk more about donating blood.

Mail your topic suggestions to health talk at wcbi dot com.

Health talk has been brought to you by baptist memorial hospital golden triangle.

If you'd like to donate here's your chance.

A blood drive is happening this friday at the outpatient pavilion conference center at baptist golden triangle.

It'll be from 11 a- m to five friday evening.

If you have any questions or want to schedule an appointment to donate call 877- 258-4825.

Stinger ole miss looking to pick up a statement win on day two of the sec tournament could the rebs top the hogs?

The highlights next in sports... spx open mississippi state's sec tournament experience is finally underway... the bulldogs earning the first round bye....taking on lsu beautiful day in hoover for sec baseball...rebels taking on the hogs ole miss down 2-0 in the fifth....thomas dillard tags one to right field.....anthony servideo scores, throw to third, justin bench safe bench would score thanks to a sac fly from grae kessinger, rebels tie the game in the sixth, kevin graham delivers the sacrifice ground ball....cole beautiful day in hoover for sec baseball...rebels taking on the hogs ole miss down 2-0 in the fifth....thomas dillard tags one to right field.....anthony servideo scores, throw to third, justin bench safe bench would score thanks to a sac fly from grae kessinger, rebels tie the game in the sixth, kevin graham delivers the sacrifice ground ball....cole zabowski scores to give ole miss the 3-2 lead but the hogs deliver when it matters the most...jack kenley gaps one to left field....two runs scores.... arkansas goes on to win 5- 3.....sending ole miss to the loser's bracket.... "i thought zach was terrific, but two walks by us and an h-b- p gave them three of their five runs, part of that is because we don't make plays in the field.

Then, on the other side of the ball, we just, we had a few opportunities offensively, we just didn't capitalize on early.

Twice i think in the first three inning, we had a runner on second base, just don't have enough good at bats to score."

Who ole miss will face tomorrow.....geo rgia and texas a&amp;m starting the day with a thriller....pitche r's duel where the two combined for 5 hits... georgia pulling a 3-2-3 double play to get out of a bases loaded jam in the sixth.... only to break the aggies hearts again in the bottom of the ninth, cam shephard takes one for a ride to left....right out of the outfielders glove...... georgia wins 2- 0.....texas a&amp;m waiting to face ole miss ole miss set to take on texas ole miss set to take on texas a&amp;m at 9:30 central time in the loser's bracket.....this isn't a new scenario for the rebels, ole miss losing on wednesday last year and ended up winning the sec tournament the rebels sweeping a&amp;m in the regular season icc softball competing in its first ever national juco softball tournament in clinton, taking on louisburg out of north carolina the hurricanes jump out to an early lead....squeeze bunt, play not in time at the plate for the lady indians, louisburg leads 3-1 icc puts on the rally caps....samantha conley gets the lady indians back within one with a base hit to left, caledonia alumna hope harbin scores, 3- 2 deficit lady indians take advantage of a mistake....moorev ille's summer cryder's liner to third is mishandled...icc ties it up, and it would come down to the final out rachel sternisha delivers.....lifts one to right center....gets down, joana vasquez rounds third for the score and the walkoff win icc wins in a thriller in its first national tournament game, advancing to the winner's bracket with the 4-3 win




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