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>> local, live, late-breaking. this is wesh 2 news sunrise in high definition. alex: next on sunrise. sorting through the gunshots. a confusing and chaotic scene after a sanford police officer opens fire. and a new approach to finding a three-year-old, on the run for two weeks, with his mother and a prison escapee. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'
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we want to get you over to first alert meter all just dave cocchiarella to fill you in on what you can expect for this weekend. dave: we are starting out on the chilly side right now. seeing that in orlando , starting out at 47 degrees in the city beautiful. talk about temperatures of eventually getting into the low 70' s for most of us. quite a bit of sunshine out there for us. we are just a tad below typical for this time of year right now. we should warm up nicely to write where we should be. 46 degrees in the sanford area. we are seeing some cloud cover across the peninsula. plenty of breaks and there. at times, there will be some sunshine. more something clouds is the expectation. no precipitation in the forecast. most of us will get into the upper 60' s and low 70' s before it is all over. today, it will be looking fabulous.
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upper 70' s for tomorrow. today, 72 and use this. 71 in deland. alex: dave, thank you. right now a portion of 1792 is , still shut down in sanford, as detectives search for clues in an officer-involved shooting. one person remains in the hospital, but is expected to survive. it is unclear, who fired the shots. we know that around 6:30 last night, police got a call about a suspicious man with a gun on 1792. they say, they found someone matching that description near americana boulevard. shots were fired, but police do not know if it was that suspect, or the officer who hit the victim. the suspect was taken into custody. we' re working to get the names of those involved, as well as more information. as soon as we do, we' ll pass it along to you inside the wesh 2 mobile app. breaking news now, a child reported missing is now found. orange county deputies announced
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11-year-old stephanie greg. the statewide alert for her was canceled. deputies say that she is in good health. two weeks into the search and now, some new video of a three-year-old who could be with his mother and her convict boyfriend. the national center for missing and exploited children wants you to see this video of xander quigley, his mother, natasha, and prison escapee gary bullock jr. volusia county deputies believe the mother brought the boy along, when she helped bullock get away from work release two weeks ago. a woman, supposed to be helping elderly people pay their expenses, is accused of stealing from them instead. cheryl williams is now charged with exploiting the elderly. she worked at savannah court assisted living facility on maitland boulevard as a bookkeeper. court documents say williams forged documents and pocketed almost $100,000. investigators tell wesh 2, some of the crimes go as far back as november 2014. marion county deputies think they' ve cracked dozens of car burglary cases.
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teenager, are now facing charges. deputies say, they caught the suspects in the act and chased them down. the sheriff' s office has spent the past few months investigating the car burglaries, even conducting 24-hour surveillance. a volusia county family is getting some help from the red cross, after their home burned to the ground. firefighters sent us these photos after the fire on hand avenue, near ormond beach. we' re told one person was able to get out of this mobile home safely, after it caught fire late friday morning. there' s no word on the cause. a pinellas county sheriff' s deputy is now facing attempted manslaughter charges for a shooting on the job. the sheriff now says, timothy virden lied about what happened on december 30th. he says, there was a struggle with a handcuffed suspect, the sheriff says that' s not the case. the suspect was shot twice, but did survive. the sheriff says, virden never
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reaching for a gun. >> i feel bad for the guy. it should never have happened. there was no justification. alex: virden turned himself in friday. he has been fired from the sheriff' s office. right now, one inmate is back behind bars, but two others remain on the loose in california. bac duong gave himself up friday, but there is still no sign of the other two. investigators say, duong is cooperating with their investigation. a friend says, he decided to turn himself in. >> he came. he just showed up, and he told my wife that he wanted to turn in, so my wife makes a call. yes, of course we do. he' s my friend. alex: deputies believe the other two inmates could be in san jose, and riding in the same suv. turning to commitment 2016. iowa voters are just two days out from the caucuses. now, they' re closely watching the response to hillary clinton' s latest e-mail scandal. late friday, the state department confirmed e-mails
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information so secret, they were classified the highest level possible. a spokesperson says, at the time, that information was not marked classified. nbc' s lester holt asked clinton about the emails just moments secretary clinton: i just don' t see it as anything that will, in any way, cause any voter, a voter with an open mind, to have any concerns. alex: clinton is in a dead heat with bernie sanders in the latest iowa polls. he says, he will not make e-mails an issue. but overnight, republican frontrunner donald trump called clinton a national security risk in a tweet. other republicans are pouncing on the new revelations as well. senator marco rubio called it unacceptable. rubio' s been campaigning hard in iowa, where he' s been placing third in the polls behind trump and ted cruz. he says, he' s not going to make any predictions about who wins on monday. senator rubio: we just want to do the best we can here.
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caucus for us on monday night as possible. obviously, ted is the front-runner here. he has spent a lot of time and money, and has 10,000 volunteers working on his behalf, on the ground. alex: trump regained his lead in the polls, even though he boycotted the debate on thursday night. make wesh 2 your source for complete commitment 2016 coverage. our adrian whitsett will be in des moines to provide updates on the iowa caucuses. look for his reports during our newscasts and on the wesh 2 mobile app, starting sunday night. happening today. the party gets started with some hats, as the zora festival enters its final weekend in eatonville. the festival, now in its 27th year, celebrates folklorist and author, zora neale hurston. you can find a link to all the festivities on wesh.com. kennedy boulevard is closed, so you' ll have to find another way around if you' re driving through the area. in the future, a proposed african american museum could be the new attraction at the zora
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on friday, mayor anthony grant unveil plans for an $8 million, 124,000 square-foot museum. it would be built on hungerford field. the mayor says the museum would preserve heritage and history, as well as spur tourism. >> cultural tourism is a big industry. for united states of america and all over. we want to capture all of those tourism dollars, while also giving an experience -- giving an educational experience on how african-american life was. and how it is today. alex: the mayor hopes private fundraising will help pay for the project. no sleep but plenty of speed , expected at the rolex 24 this afternoon. but those cars zooming around the track aren' t the only attraction at daytona international speedway. wesh 2' s brett connolly has a
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just finished this week. brett: in daytona beach it' s , been a fixture for more than five decades. at the time, it was built for about $3 million. every so often it would need a , facelift to keep it running before finally undergoing a full renovation. now the new epicenter for racing fans is open starting with the someday it' ll serve as a time capsule but today it' s a time , lapse. money and sweat poured into a project for more than 2 and a half years ready to finally unite drivers and fans. >> it such a great honor to be racing at the new stadium. so hopefully it attracts a lot of new fans that havent been that they have not been able to make it to daytona before, with the wider seats and escalators. brett fans will see changes all : throughout the complex dubbed by the track president as the world' s first motorsports
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seating capacity drops from 145 -- from 104 -- 145,000 to 101,000 removing that many seats , from the track' s inventory also creates a different view for drivers. >> i think for the driver it changes your perspective a litte bit. some of your reference points change but for a fan its a great experience brett: after the rolex 24 this weekend the speedway hosts the daytona 500 on february 21' st. -- on february 21. and then prepares for non-racing events like bike week and a country festival later this spring. alex: before that race gets going, make sure to join our very own jim payne for the daytona 5k and fun walk. you' ll get a chance to walk around the track, before the cars take over. registration starts at 5:30, and
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7:00. you' ll have to enter through gate 70 off midway avenue. dave: very similar set up this morning as you head out for this 5k, we are asking what can be expected in the orlando area? probably the upper 40' s at race time. if you like 47 in the melbourne area. the committee levels are up. currently though, 42 degrees at silver springs. in other parts of lake county, coming in at 47 degrees. inflow is at 46. 49 degrees in celebration. bithlo is at 46 degrees. 43 degrees in the land. -- deland. today, we are looking at lots of sunshine. warming up to the 70' s today. alex: one local boy scout to have been brought to tears.
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and well, we had them for years . alex: a devastating loss a introducing longhorn' s steaks that sizzle for $12.99. like the new smoky bacon sirloin. and the parmesan crusted sirloin. only at longhorn steakhouse.
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alex: covering orange county. a deep is on the run after doing some was doubts -- after stealing some boy scouts' gear. chris: a boy scout troop is desperate to find their trailer, full of everything they need to function. this is the trailer that the group has used to store critical items for more than a decade. it was suddenly stolen from the all saints lutheran parking lot. >> this was everything. all of our things, we have had them for years. you thought this was just something that nobody would care
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>> this was all of their tents. the kitchen, the cooking supplies, stoves. chris: several thousand dollars worth of items stolen, this was raised through fundraising projects, selling things like candy bars. the troupe is worried it will have to cut back on service offense, because they no longer have the tools they need. >> we would be unable to help the community, because we cannot help ourselves. chris: at the church, bricks that the trailer sat on are all that' s left. there are no surveillance cameras here to catch the criminals who got away with the trailer. but take another look,this is -- but take another look, this is what the trailer looks like. the truth is asking anyone who can help. >> the entire heart of what these kids need to function as a troop is gone. chris: sheriff' s office will be investigating this case.
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supplies or materials that can help this troop, you can drop them off in south orange co. at the all saints lutheran church. alex: the lawsuit against disney' s animal kingdom is making national headlines. attorney matt morgan says an alabama woman died of a heart attack after seeing her grandson bitten by a snake at the park. the snake was not venomous, but morgan says the great grandmother was too shocked. >> and to the public' s concern that this is one of these cases that does not belong in front of a jury. the court system has ways to deal with those situations. we don' t prove our case then the defense will file the appropriate motions and this will not get to a jury. alex: a spokesperson for disney described the case as a real mischaracterization of the incident. tougher rules will be in place for spring breakers this year in panama city beach. a judge denied requests to throw out recent laws. a nightclub owner wanted to delay the new ordinances saying they were racist. the city says the laws are not
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designed to protect the safety of the community. several violent incidents last year, including a rape on the beach, prompted new ordinances. alcohol sales and drinking will be restricted for certain places in march and april. happening today. the pirates are getting ready to kick off tampa' s annual gasparilla celebration. this year is the 101st edition of the parade. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to line the streets throughout the day. tampa police say they will be out in full force, making sure everyone stays safe. gasparilla is the third largest parade in the country. it kicks off at two this afternoon. -- eight kicks off at 2:00 this afternoon. closer to home, a taste of the 80s at the amway center. def leppard are performing tonight with supporting acts styx and tesla. the show is a part of def leppard' s north american tour. the doors open at 7:00 and tickets range from $48 to $76. we checked with amway and there , are still tickets available. dave: it sounds like a great
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if you are heading out this evening, you will likely not need much in the way of a jacket. right now, we are looking at temperatures on the cool side. in volusia county, 47 degrees. not cold, necessarily, but a tad lower than typical for this time of year. we will things warm likely up to 70 degrees today. 49 degrees in winter haven. 46 degrees in sanford. the setup, and central florida, a surface of high-pressure will move quickly across the peninsula, keeping our weather generally fair. some come cover will stream over that high-pressure. intermittent clouds moving through. mainly south of the i-4 corridor. it should have very little impact on our weather. very little precipitation in the forecast at all. our wind will eventually turn south and west, with lightweight expected.
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a southeasterly wind flow will help to move things up -- warm things up a bit more. futurecast, early tomorrow morning, a little bit more cloud cover moving in. moisture beginning to puff o ff the atlantic ocean. talk about a small chance of rain in our southern counties. certainly more cloud cover is the expectation tomorrow. also, with that southerly wind, warmer temperatures. today, it should feel like what you would typically expect in the later half of january. is. 73 degrees in kissimmee. well. some one in palm bay. --
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i' water just yet. you' ll likely want a long board, and a full wetsuit though if you do want to get in the water. a very light chop on the water. i think the indian river, banana river, it should be warm out there. perfect weather to get out check out some of the weekend activities. our sunday. a beautiful start to the work week. your next chance of showers and thunderstorms coming into play on wednesday and thursday. alex: dave, thank you. coming up, spacex ceo muska' s getting help with his hyperloop project. next on sunrise, why the new designers really are the future. then, one man, feeling especially blessed after a used
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just wait until you hear wyo alex: welcome back to sunrise. kids are helping spacex ceo elon musk design in and -- design a hyper pod cap fort system. if you'
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hyperloop pod is, students say it is similar to a train in a low pressure tube. >> it would transport you from l.a. to san francisco in about 35 minutes. and it' s basically a -- sorta like a train of sorts, in a low pressure tube, and it allows you to just go really fast. alex: spacex will invite the winners to test their designs at their headquarters in california. now to technology. available at your own fingertips. facebook' s video streaming service is now available to everyone. you may have seen some of our anchors do it before, that' s because the feature was only available to verified public pages. a similar update for android users is on the way. the queen of britain will now have to find another favorite car. the last land rover defender rolled off the production line yesterday. this iconic vehicle has been on the market for over 70 years. it' s known as one of the britain' s most famous exports. plant workers say, it was a very sad day.
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last car. new this morning, a philadelphia man is now rolling like pope francis. michael chapman won one of pope' s famous fiats for $82,000 at an auction. it' s one of the cars the pontiff used during his u.s. trip. the second fiat, used during the visit, is now on display, until the next weekend. an annual chili cook-off raising money for breast cancer research. it' s called "fire in the park chili cook-off," and it takes place downtown avalon park in orlando. there will be music, games and family activities. money raised will benefit the breast cancer research foundation. -- at 9:00 this morning. new concerns about flint, michigan' s water problem. ahead on sunrise, why all the money spent on filters may be going to waste. plus, the big move in daytona beach. >> the debauchery that goes on down here at sunset is absolutely out of control. alex: while the homeless may no county building, we' ll tell you about some new concerns.
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dave: we are looking at sunshine and warm weather. starting a little on the chilly
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before i >> local, live, late-breaking. this is wesh 2 news sunrise in high definition. alex: right now on sunrise. sanford detectives searching for clues to clear up the confusion, in an officer-involved shooting. plus, the homeless camp in daytona beach is gone, but concerns remain about the homeless problem in volusia county. good morning. thanks for joining us. i' m alex villarreal. i want to turn you over to first alert meteorologist dave cocchiarella. dave, how is it looking out? side? dave: we are seeing some clouds overhead. a little bit of cloud cover in the forecast for us in the day today. right now, it is 50 degrees in leesburg. still cool up and palm coast, about 39 degrees there. around the melbourne area as well. your first alert day planner, once we get to sunrise, we are talking about tetris climbing into the 50'
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most of us will get into the low 70' s before the day is over. a pretty nice weekend forecast. in your neighborhood, your highs, belleview is that 70. celebration at 72. polk county at 72 as well. 58 will be the hyatt flagler beach. lots of sunshine today. alex: dave, thank you. at this hour, we are looking at how someone became a victim in a officer in ball shooting. the road is blocked off from airport boulevard to lake mary boulevard. around 6:30 last night, police got a call about a suspicious man with a gun on 1792. gunfire erupted soon, after police got there. one person was hit, but detectives don' t know whose bullet was responsible. >> we have one victim transported from the scene, with
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non-life-threatening. i believe we have a suspect in custody. >> and was it the suspect who fired the gun or the officer? >> shots were fired from the officer. we have not confirmed other than that. that' s what we know so far. alex: fdle is investigating. as soon as we know more, we' ll bring it to you inside the wesh 2 mobile app. new today. orlando police say, this is the woman struck by one of their officer' s bullets. they plan to charge danielle evans with armed carjacking with police say, evans and two others, who have not been identified, stole a car from an elderly man yesterday morning. a couple of hours later, that car was spotted near bumby avenue and south street. a nearby surveillance camera captured the car trying to drive off as officers approached. shots rang out, and evans was hit in the arm. police arrested the two other suspects. three officers are on leave, as fdle investigates. this morning. we' re pushing for answers after a teenager was shot and killed, while driving in sanford.
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hit, then crashed into a light pole on central street friday afternoon. so far, police are not saying whether there are any leads on his killer. if you have any information, call crimeline at 1-800-423-tips. new from overnight, a jacksonville toddler, hurt in a shooting, is fighting for his life. the 22-month-old was hit before midnight in a drive-by. all detectives have is a vague description of the car involved. the sheriff' s office tweeted the shooting is gang-related. this morning. we have calls in to st. cloud police for more information about two suspicious deaths. wesh 2 has learned, a 92-year-old man and 94-year-old woman were found inside a home on wood lake circle friday. police would not say if they are looking for any suspects. and orange county -- in orange county, investigators are looking into whether or not a
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investigators are checking to see if the body is that of missing 22-year-old robert pearson. he was last seen at his sister' s house on generate 22nd. marion county deputies are now calling the death of a former corrections officer a homicide. ronnie damon' s body was found on his front lawn on january 6. he was working on his car when he was shot. he was working at the marion county jail from 2007 22014. they are offering a $5,000 reward for information that could help them solve this case. a manager at four rivers was leaving work with a little more than that famous smokehouse smell. he is accused of stealing or than $40,000 from the local chain. he made more than 350 fake cash transactions. police believe he removed cash from the count during -- you
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night. the sumter county shirts office has arrested edmund rossi of the villages. the victim' s father said that he lowered his son into his car at his lunch break and then sexily assaulted him. after the father called police, they found surveillance footage of rossi' s car. he is charged with battery and sexual assault. the homeless camp set up outside a volusia county building is gone. those who lived there are either sleeping at a shelter or have moved locations. police moved in after several but as wesh 2' reports, it' s just a temporary fix. matt: the moveout was mostly just one arrest. as you can see, mostly everything has been cleared away. police say they have had close eyes on the camp, even having officers on the inside. , the debauchery that goes on down here at sunset is absolutely out of control.
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detectives embedded here. matt: among those simply living here, with those committing misdeeds. city officials say the camp had to go. >> we will help in any way that we can. if you have questions, please feel free to ask any of the officers. matt: dozens congregated here after a park was shut down. beds are now available to salvation army. those that were here were given a choice, be shuttled to shelter, or be jailed under a >> i mean i' m not gonna walk the streets and i' m not gonna sleep in no bushes so yeah i' m gonna go. matt most did decide to pick up : and get on the bus, but others said they' >> it' t live by rules. >> i have mixed emotions about this.
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re going to be sleeping in a bed tonight but i' m concerned about what' s going to happen in 90 days. matt homeless advocates and city : officials agree, a long-term, larger-scale fix is needed. >> this isn' t a daytona beach problem. it isn' t volusia county, homelessness is an american problem. matt: eight public work crew has been called in to clean up. reporting from volusia county, matt lupoli, west -- wesh 2 news. alex: now to commitment 2016. iowa caucuses, it' s unclear how this will play out. nbc' s lester holt asked clinton just minutes before the news broke. >> anything could happen. indictments could happen. why shouldn' t people, as they weigh the delectability question, worry about this hanging over your head as you move forward? facts have remained the same
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, sent or received that was marked classified to me. alex: the state department confirms that is true. republicans are slamming clinton regardless, calling her unfit to lead. >> as it relates to trustworthiness and honesty, she' s got a long way to go to, not just what i think in that regard, she' s having a hard time in the democratic primary. alex: the most recent polls show a tight race in iowa between clinton and senator bernie sanders. sanders says he won' t make the emails an issue. this morning, word from flint, michigan, that lead levels are can' t even handle them. health officials are notifying those affected. just yesterday, governor rick snyder signed a bill, giving flint $28 million to help replace toxic pipes. that money is also expected to be used for the treatment of health problems, related to the water crisis. president obama pledged $80
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fresh water is on the way to flint from florida this morning. making the homeless smile, miami, just sent a truck loaded with bottled water. the charity is hoping to help can' t drink the tainted tap water. it may be chilly now but in a few months, those cars will heat up fast. and soon, it may be legal to break the window if you see a child or pet trapped inside. state senators passed the bill thursday. it provides legal protections for good samaritans in case the car' s owner sues for damages. however, rescuers must call 911 and stay with the car until , first responders get there. covering brevard county. just days after the challenger disaster anniversary. there is a public memorial for masses here is -- nasa' s heroes. astronaut high school students will place down to blacks and memorial. it is -- the ceremony is at memorial park at 11:00.
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know how it feels outside. it was a little chilly this morning, but what can we expect for the rest of the day? dave: most of us are hovering in the upper 40' s, your 50' s education. once the sun gets up. -- once the sun gets up, it should begin to warm up rather quickly for the day. 42 degrees is the current temperature in most locations. 42 over and paisley. as we look at lake mary, 44 degrees. 46 near celebration. 46 in oak hill. northern parts of brevard county are around 46 degrees. deftly eight cool -- definitely a cool morning. we do not expect anything aside some cloud cover throughout the day today. the clouds will be intermittent, mostly high today.
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i will have more on your seven-day forecast, coming up on wesh 2 news sunrise. and sports, you will weekend. francisco.
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bowl between for the magic this season. the season started off with hope and promise, but it has ended with everything but. the celtics fresh off the announcement that he made his first all-star team, last night. evans gets the steal, find the break, gets in the slam jam. footwork. he beat the buzzer. it was that kind of night for the magic. this
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the losing streak now goes to a games for the magic. they will get a shot at the celtics again this sunday at the amway. orlando soccer is now growing organization. they have added two more teams. the next step is evolution. they announced a new 23 acre training facility at lake nona. all three clubs, the men' s team, the minor league team, and the women' s team will all practice there. it could be a great factor in recruiting international stars. the owner has said that he likens last years team to a group of students. >> we are a lot further down the road. i said this before, it is hard to explain to people that people
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you do not know where you are, you do not know who your friends are going to be. we had that last year. the new training facility is scheduled to open mark -- march of next year. stew art: the rolex 24 weekend is going on today. it all started friday with the bmw 500. it will continue today with the fun walk, it will give you a chance to walk around the actual track. the race is set for this afternoon. it will run until sunday afternoon. the solar bears lose a tough one last night. they got swept in a three-game home series. they dropped a shootout. they will have a few days to recover, before they had to greenville, south carolina. we are now seven days away from the super bowl. that -- much more on the pregame hype coming up on wesh 2.
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just into our newsroom, a major upset in the down under. serena williams just lost her title. williams is the six-time champion. she just ended her unbeaten streak in the finals. the winner was playing in her first major final. super bowl city is almost ready to welcome the first fans. thousands will gather in san francisco tonight to kick off the celebrations. the city has built several attractions for tourists. like this stage where there will be free concerts, and activities for the families. as well as the nfl experience at the moscone center where fans can see if they are as fast as they' re favorite nfl players. san francisco mayor ed lee says he is excited. >> everybody welcome to san francisco. the host of super bowl 50. i am glad to host this. i am glad to represent a city.
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security on hand, and more public transportation running to avoid traffic. with the super bowl, comes some super spending. according to the national retail federation, the average fan will spend about $82 this year. that includes food, drinks, and team merchandise. they also found that , in total, over $15 million will be spent during the super bowl weekend. and 43 million people will throw parties. one texas man has an unusual collection of thousands of beer cans. patrick costigan says it began as a hobby years ago. and now he has over 20,000 beer cans in his collection. his collection really grew couple of years ago when he found someone selling 28,000 cans on craigslist. >> originally, it began cleaning up after my folks had a party and noticing how many beer cans there were and setting them up on this shelf in the patio and it started growing.
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t believe it, first of all, he had to go buy a trailer, to get the cans. alex: costigan has beer cans that date back to the 1930s. is there beer in the cans? dave: there is no beer in the cans. it is just the cans. alex: that is too bad. dave: it does make the collection of the bit lighter. alex: that is very true. dave: all right, let us talk about the weather. hartford. a gorgeous view in melbourne. a little bit cold outside. 47 is not bad though, but it is a little bit lower than typical. eventually into the lower 70' s. 44 in bellevue. 46 at flagler beach. the land -- deland around the
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there is apopka at 40 degrees. 46 in web field -- in which field. -- wedgefield. 48 in rockeledge. middle to upper 40' s in melbourne and melbourne beach. we are going to watch for intermittent clouds today. nothing that will have a big impact on your weather. holding temperatures right around 70 and 71 degrees, once the sun comes out. that is seasonal for this time of year. mainly, there is this high cloud cover. the wind will turn to the south and east into tomorrow. it should help warm things up and bring a look at of moisture into play. i think we will also see some more cloud cover in the sunday afternoon.
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70 degrees and webster. 71 degrees for your afternoon today at mount dora. a beautiful morning. crisp and cool. 73 your high in st. cloud. partly to mostly sunny skies today. safety nine degrees in the now. -- 69 degrees into now. for your beach and boating, some smooth and light chop. a two foot wave maybe. maybe use the longboard in a wetsuit for surfers out there today. tomorrow, we should be at about 75 degrees. a good weekend to be out at the races. of course, there is also the zora festival in eatonville.
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sweeping through some days of nice weather. i will have more on what you can expect coming up. alex: thank you dave. coming up, an inside look at the magic behind harry potter. plus, big
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alex: welcome back to sunrise. the weather is going to be great this weekend. wesh 2' s michelle imperato has the scoop on the top five things to do around town. michelle: there is always plenty to do and central florida. this weekend is no different. first, it' s a wizarding weekend at universal orlando, with a celebration of all things harry potter. a few actors from the movies will be at the theme park, including rupert grint, better known as ron weasley. plus. >> it' s really great, when we' re out here with kids. as soon as they see one, they run to it. that' s the first thing they do, they' ll scream and point, and say, "lady bug" or "spider!" and they' ll just run right to it. because they' re inviting, they' re not scary. michelle: bug-a-palooza is happening at leu gardens. it'
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exhibition. the event includes some hands-on activities, a bug petting zoo, and crafts. and its all included in park admission. then, the city of eatonville is celebrating its most famous resident with the 27th annual zora festival. it celebrates the history of iconic author zora neale hurston. >> it' s a milestone, and this is a kickoff event to a year-long celebration. michelle: zora fest is happening at the hungerford field and costs $32. bok tower' s dedication day takes place in lake wales. it' s a celebration of the gardens' 87th anniversary. it runs all weekend, and costs $12 for adults and just $3 for kids. and finally, the first race weekend at the new daytona international speedway is here. the rolex 24 is a 24-hour race, drivers take the green flag tomorrow afternoon, then they' ll see who' s turned the most laps by sunday afternoon.
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alex: next on sunrise, the rolex 24 means so much more this year. what fans will see when they turn away from the track. plus, a story double liability -- that will likely have you asking who would do such a thing. the story that had a boy scout
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dave: >> local, live, late-breaking. this is wesh 2 news sunrise in high definition. alex: next on sunrise. sorting through the gunshots. a confusing and chaotic scene after a sanford police officer opens fire. and a new approach to finding a three-year-old, on the run for two weeks, with his mother and a prison escapee. good morning. thanks for joining us. i' m alex villarreal. to get you started this morning, first alert meteorologist dave cocciarella joins me now. dave, it has been so nice to be done with all that rain. what' s in store for us today? dave: more of this. absolutely beautiful weather. look at the sunrise. you can see the cranes in the background. it is just a beautiful, beautiful view.
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creep up. just now hitting the horizon. the actual sunrise is not a clue -- does not occur until around 7:15. what makes it so nice? hello bit of cloud cover out there. it is going to make it a perfect morning for us in central florida. it is chilly out there. some folks t weeting in asking about the conditions for their morning run. it will be chilly for the next couple of hours. warming up eventually into the upper 70' s -- mid to lower 70' s. if you are heading out in your car, to be aware of those runners and bikers. your day planner is looking at the low 70' s before it is all over. alex: dave, thank you. right now, a portion of 1792 is still shut down in sanford, as detectives search for clues in an officer-involved shooting.
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hospital, but is expected to survive. it is unclear, who fired the shots. we know that around 6:30 last night, police got a call about a suspicious man with a gun on 1792. they say, they found someone matching that description near americana boulevard. shots were fired, but police do not know if it was that suspect, or the officer who hit the victim. the suspect was taken into we' re working to get the names of those involved, as well as more information. ll pass it along to you inside the wesh 2 mobile app. two weeks into the search and now, some new video of a three-year-old who could be with his mother and her convict boyfriend. the national center for missing and exploited children wants you to see this video of xander quigley, his mother, natasha, and prison escapee gary bullock jr. volusia county deputies believe the mother brought the boy along, when she helped bullock get away from work release two weeks ago. a woman, supposed to be helping elderly people pay their expenses, is accused of stealing from them instead. cheryl williams is now charged
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she worked at savannah court assisted living facility on maitland boulevard as a bookkeeper. court documents say, williams forged documents and pocketed almost $100,000. investigators tell wesh 2, some of the crimes go as far back as november 2014. marion county deputies think they' ve cracked dozens of car burglary cases. these three guys, and a teenager, are now facing charges. deputies say, they caught the suspects in the act and chased them down. the sheriff' s office has spent the past few months investigating the car burglaries, even conducting 24-hour surveillance. a volusia county family is getting some help from the red cross, after their home burned to the ground. firefighters sent us these photos after the fire on hand we' re told one person was able to get out of this mobile home safely, after it caught fire late friday morning. there' s no word on the cause. a pinellas county sheriff' s deputy is now facing attempted
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shooting on the job. the sheriff now says, timothy virden lied about what happened on december 30th. while he says there was a struggle with a handcuffed suspect, the sheriff says, that' s not the case. the suspect was shot twice, but did survive. the sheriff says, virden never called out that someone was reaching for a gun. >> i feel bad for the guy. there was no reason for him to be shot. it should never have happened. there was no justification. alex: virden turned himself in friday. sheriff' s office. right now, one inmate is back behind bars, but two others remain on the loose in california. bac duong gave himself up friday, but there is still no sign of the other two. investigators say, duong is cooperating with their investigation. a friend says, he decided to turn himself in. >> he came. he just showed up, and he told
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in, so my wife makes a call. >> did your wife know who he was? >> yes, of course we do. he' s my friend. alex: deputies believe the other two inmates could be in san jose, and riding in the same suv. alex: turning to commitment 2016. iowa voters are just two days out from the caucuses. now, they' re closely watching the response to hillary clinton' s latest e-mail scandal. late friday, the state department confirmed e-mails found on her private server had information so secret, they were classified the highest level possible. a spokesperson says, at the time, that information was not nbc' s lester holt asked clinton about the emails just moments secretary clinton: i just don' t see it as anything that will, in any way, cause any voter -- a voter with an open mind, to have any concerns. alex: clinton is in a dead heat with bernie sanders in the latest iowa polls.
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e-mails an issue. but overnight, republican frontrunner donald trump called clinton a national security risk in a tweet. other republicans are pouncing on the new revelations as well. senator marco rubio called it rubio' s been campaigning hard in iowa, where he' s been placing third in the polls behind trump and ted cruz. he says, he' s not going to make any predictions about who wins on monday. senator rubio: we just want to do the best we can here. we want to get as many voters to caucus for us on monday night as possible. we will see with at least two. -- what that leads to. obviously, ted is the front-runner here. he has spent a lot of time and money, and has 10,000 volunteers working on his behalf, on the ground. alex: trump regained his lead in the polls, even though he boycotted the debate on thursday night. make wesh 2 your source for complete commitment 2016 coverage. our adrian whitsett will be in des moines to provide updates on
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look for his reports during our newscasts and on the wesh 2 mobile app, starting sunday night. happening today. the party gets started with some hats, as the zora festival enters its final weekend in eatonville. the festival, now in its 27th year, celebrates folklorist and author, zora neale hurston. you can find a link to all the festivities on wesh.com. kennedy boulevard is closed, so you' ll have to find another way around if you' re driving through the area. in the future, a proposed african american museum could be the new attraction at the zora festival. on friday, mayor anthony grant unveiled plans for an $8 million , 124,000 square-foot museum. it would be built on hungerford field. the mayor says the museum would , preserve heritage and history, as well as spur tourism. >> cultural tour is an is a big industry. not only in florida, but in the united states of america and all over. we want to capture all of that
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inexperienced -- an educational experience on how african-american life was, and how it is today. alex: the mayor hopes private fundraising will help pay for the project. no sleep but plenty of speed , expected at the rolex 24 this afternoon. but those cars zooming around the track aren' t the only attraction at daytona international speedway. wesh 2' s brett connolly has a first look at the renovations just finished this week. brett: in daytona beach, it' s been a fixture for more than five decades. at the time, it was built for about $3 million. every so often, it would need a facelift to keep it running. now, the new epicenter for racing fans is open, starting with the rolex 24. someday it' ll serve as a time capsule but today it' s a time , lapse. money and sweat poured into a project for more than 2 and a half years ready to finally
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be racing at the new stadium. hopefully it attracts a lot of new fans that haven' t been able to make it to the daytona with the wider seats and cool stuff. brett: fans will see changes all throughout the complex dubbed by world' s first motorsports stadium. the seating capacity has dropped from 145,000 to removing that 101,000, many seats from the track' s inventory also creates a different view for drivers. >> i think, for the drivers, it it your perspective a little bit. some of your reference point change, but for a fan it' s a great expense. brett: after the rolex 24 this weekend, the speedway hosts the daytona 500 on february 21' st. -- on federally 21st.
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events like bike week and a country festival later this spring. alex: dave cocchiarella is outside for us right now. dave, how is it feeling? dave: i can actually see my breath out here. i have been looking over a live view from halifax. some crude teams all around central florida are out -- crew central florida. 45 degrees right now. kind of cold in daytona beach. bit -- a rather nice amount. half hour. right now it is 48 degrees. 47 at four orange. 42 degrees in pearson. a cool morning to start out through.
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cloud cover, and that should continue to be the case for the morning. this afternoon, we are looking at highs around the 70' s. i will have more on your seven-day forecast coming up. alex: dave, thank you so much. one local boy scout troop brought to tears. >> these were all of our things. and well, we had them for years.
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all i have to do is stre-e-eam. alex: covering orange county. a thief is on the run, after stealing a boy scout group' s trailer full of gear. wesh 2' s chris hush spoke with some of the scouts, who have a message for the crook. >> at this point, the last sign of it is a little piece of cut padlock that got left behind, when they cut the lock off the front hook. chris: boy scout troop 996, in south orange county, is desperate to find their trailer, full of everything the troop needs to function. this is the trailer the troop has used to store critical items for more than a decade. but it was suddenly stolen this week, from the all saints lutheran church parking lot.
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and well, we had them for years. >> you thought this was just something that nobody would care about, but this is something that' s helped many people. >> this was all of their tents, the kitchens, the cooking supplies, stoves. chris: more than $10,000 worth of items, collected through years from fundraisers something as little as candy bar sales. the troop is nervous it will have to cut back on service projects, because they no longer have the materials to serve the community in times of need. >> it means that we could possibly never be able to help people again, because we' d be unable to help ourselves. chris: at the church, bricks that the trailer sat on are all that' s left. there are no surveillance cameras here to catch the criminals, who got away with the trailer. but take another look, this is what the trailer looks like. the troop is asking anyone who can help. >> the entire heart of what these kids need to function as a troop is gone. chris: the orange county sheriff' s office will be investigating this case. meanwhile, if you have any
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help this troop, you can drop them off in south orange county, at the all saints lutheran church. in orange county, i' m chris hush, wesh 2 news. alex: the lawsuit against disney' s animal kingdom is making national headlines. attorney matt morgan says, an alabama woman died of a heart attack, after seeing her grandson bitten by a snake at the park. the snake was not venomous, but morgan says the great grandmother was too shocked. >> the public' s concern that this is one of these cases that does not belong in front of a jury. the court system has ways to deal with those situations. if we are unable to prove our case then the defense will file , the appropriate motions and this will not get to a jury. alex: a spokesperson for disney described the case as a real
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incident. the oakland raiders could be receiving a new stadium. it would be funded through the casino stands, and would be shared with the university. a judge denied a request to throw out recent laws. a nightclub owner wanted to delay the new ordinances saying they were racist. the city says the laws are not racially motivated, but are designed to protect the safety of the community. several violent incidents last year, including a rape on the beach, prompted new ordinances. alcohol sales and drinking will be restricted for certain places in march and april. happening today. the pirates are getting ready to kick off tampa' s annual gasparilla celebration. this year is the 101st edition of the parade. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to line the streets throughout the day. tampa police say they will be out in full force, making sure everyone stays safe. gasparilla is the third largest parade in the country. it kicks off at two this -- at 2:00 this afternoon.
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80s at the amway center. def leppard are performing tonight with supporting acts styx and tesla. the show is a part of def leppard' s north american tour. the doors open at 7:00 and tickets range from $48 to $76. we checked with amway and there are still tickets available. it is going to be a great show. good show. supporting act. well, it is going to be a beautiful day weather-wise. if you headed to downtown orlando, a light jacket is not a bad idea. this is the way it looks right now in melbourne. some high points shooting across the indian river. you can see cape canaveral in the background there. i have some temperatures. truly, it is a chilly morning. no doubt about that. this is a beautiful view that
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central florida. degrees area. certainly cool, but the sun is now up above the horizon. rather quickly. we' ll be headed into the lower 70' s before it is all over. elevate of cloud cover out there. -- a little bit of cloud cover out there, helping with these warmer temperatures today. it will have no other real impact on the weather. the upper level winds are going to go up and over the high pressure. otherwise, there will be some light wind, sunshine, and mild temperatures, right around where year. more cloud cover. coast line. a slight chance of rain during the day on sunday. that is mainly for our coastal
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and your neighborhood today, 70 degrees in salt springs. 71 in webster. 71 at mount dor as well. 71. degrees. 71 for our high at cocoa beach. 70 at daytona beach. overall, once we get through the chilly morning, temperatures will be in the upper 60' s to about low 70' s for most of central florida. beach and boating is not looking too bad. just of a beauty -- just some itty bitty surf out there. the big deal today, around the i-4 corridor, eatonville, the zora festival. as we head into the weakening of
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we will have some showers and thursday. alex: dave, thank you so much. dave cocchiarella is deftly a we' ll be back with more news thomas starting with spacex ceo you unmask getting some help with his hyper-loop project. next on sunrise, why the new designers really are the future. then, one man, feeling especially blessed after a used car auction. the pope' s pe we offered women a mystery beauty treatment. right now? yeah! that sounds great! could they guess what it was? very rich and smooth. really creamy.
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alex: welcome back to sunrise. kids are now helping space xe eo -- spacex ceo elon musk design his hyperloop pod project. if you' re wondering what a hyperloop pod is, students say it is similar to a train in a low pressure tube. >> it would transport you from l.a. to san francisco in about
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s basically a -- sorta like a train of sorts, in a low pressure tube, and it allows you to just go really fast. alex: spacex will invite the winners to test their designs at their headquarters in california. now to technology available at your own fingertips. facebook' s video streaming service is now available to everyone. you may have seen some of our anchors do it before, that' s because the feature was only available to verified public pages. a similar update for android users is on the way. queen elizabeth will now have to find another favorite car. the last land rover defender rolled off the production line yesterday. this iconic vehicle has been on the market for over 70 years. it' s known as one of the britain' s most famous exports. plant workers say, it was a very sad day. some even took pictures with the last car. new this morning, a philadelphia man is now rolling like pope francis.
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s famous fiats for $82,000 at an auction. it' s one of the cars the pontiff used during his u.s. trip. the second fiat, used during the visit, is now on display, until the next weekend. the "fire in the park chili cook-off," and it takes place in downtown orlando at avalon park. there will be music, games, and family activities. money raised will benefit the breast cancer research foundation. it gets underway at 9:00 this morning. new concerns about flint, michigan' s water problem. ahead on sunrise, why all the money spent on filters may be going to waste. plus, the big move in daytona beach. >> the debauchery that goes on down here at sunset is absolutely out of control. alex: while the homeless may no longer be sleeping in front of a county building, we' ll tell you about some new concerns. dave? dave: sunrise now, a chilly morning. we will warm up nicely, eventually heading up into the 60' s and low 70'
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alex: they are trying to clear up the confusion and a officer involved shooting. concern remains about the homeless problem in volusia county. if you' re stepping out, it feels cool. dave is here with our look ahead. dave: i just official confirmation of from my wife. it' s chilly. it is currently in the 50' s. we are looking for a beautiful day today. this is lake eola. we begin to eliminate that skyline it, a gorgeous one. it is dead glass on lake eola this morning. it' s 46 degrees. that' s chilly for central florida in late january. we are looking at temperatures around 39 at palm coast. before it' s over, we are warming and it' s going to happen
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it will be 68 by noon. this time of year, we will see a few clouds out there. we have a good-looking a saturday night and sunday and we will have that coming up in just a few minutes. alex: we are working to find out how a person who was not a suspect him of the in an officer involved shooting. 1792 was blocked off around 6:30 p.m. there was a suspicious man with a gun. of gunfire erupted soon after police got there. one person was hit, but they don' t know bullet was responsible. >> have one victim that was transported from the scene with an injury from a gunshot wound. if it' s non-life-threatening. we have a suspect in custody.
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>> shots were fired from the officers. we have not confirmed other than that rid of that' s what we know so far. alex: as soon as we know more, we will bring it to you in the mobile app. orlando police say this is the woman struck by one of their officers bullets. they plan to charge daniel evans. they stole a car from elderly man yesterday morning. that car was spotted and a surveillance camera captured the car trying to drive off as officers approached. evans was hit in the arm when shots rang out. three officers are on leave as they investigate. we are pushing for answers after a teenager was shot and killed while driving in stanford. he was hit and then crashed into
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police not saying whether there are any leads on his killer. if you have any information, call crime line it. a jacksonville toddler hurt in a shooting is fighting for his life. he was hit before midnight in a drive-by. all there is is a vague description of the car involved. the shooting is gang-related. we have calls into st. cloud police for more information about two vicious deaths. a 92-year-old man in 94 a woman were found inside a home friday. police would not say if they are looking for suspects. in orange county, investigators are looking into whether a body found in lake could belong to a missing man. if two men found the body friday morning. investigators are looking to see if the body is that of robert pearson.
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house in the area january 22. deputies are calling the death of a corrections officer a homicide. his body was found on his front lawn on it january 6. he was working on his car when he was shot. he worked at the jail from 2007 through 2014. there is a reward for information. gainesville police say a manager at fort rivers was leading -- leaving work with more than. he is accused of stealing $40,000. he made more than 350 fake trash -- cached transactions. deputies have arrested a man they believe attacked a mentally disabled publix worker.
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the victim' s father said he lured his son into a car and sexually assaulted them. they found surveillance video of his car. he is charged with battery and sexual assault. the homeless cap outside a volusia county building is gone. people are sleeping in a shelter or moved locations. they removed after several. it' s just a temporary fix. >> the moveout was mostly peaceful. only one arrest. most everything has been cleaned away. police say they have close eyes on the encampment, even with officers on the inside. >> they need help. the debauchery the goes on down here is out of control. i had detectives embedded here.
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in need, others were committing misdeeds at a homeless camp. that' s why city officials say the camp had to go. >> we will help you in any way you want. >> dozens congregated after the city shut down a park occupied by the homeless. those who were here were given the choice, be shuttled to shelter or be jailed under a camping code. >> i am going to go. >> most decided to get on the bus. others said they would move on and said. >> i have mixed emotions about this. i' m glad they' re going to be sleeping in a bed tonight. i' m concerned about once going to happen after the 90 days. >> advocates and officials
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>> this is a problem. it' s an american problem. >> there is a storage pod for people' s belongings. alex: now to commitment 2016, hillary clinton received e-mails with top-secret information on her private server. with two days until the iowa caucuses, it' s unclear how this is going to play out. lester holt asked her about the e-mails. >> anything could happen. why shouldn' this? >> because the facts have remained the same. there was never any information sent a received that was marked classified to me. true, republicans
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calling her unfit to lead. >> she' s got a long way to go to . she is having a hard time in the primary. alex: there is a tight race and i will between clinton and bernie sanders. this morning, or from flint, michigan that led levels are so high that filters can' t handle them. health officials are notifying those affected the governor signed a bill giving flint $28 million to replace types. that will be used for the treatment of health problems related to the water crisis. president obama pledged $80 million last week. freshwater is on the way from florida. they sent a truck loaded with bottled water. they are helping to hope people can' t drink the tainted tap
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it may be chilly now, but in a few months those cars are going to heat up fast. it may be legal to break the window if you see a child or pet trapped inside. there is legal protection for good samaritans in case the owner sues for damages. rescuers must call 911 and stay with the car until first responders get there. just days after the challenger disaster anniversary, there is a public memorial. the ceremony is in titusville honoring the cruise. students will place to apples in memory of christa mcauliffe. the ceremony is it the park at 11:00. we are going to give you a look outside toward downtown orlando. it' s a beautiful morning.
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dave: i lost you for the last second. it is chilly out here. if you' re out in the next 15 jacket. things will warm up quickly. i' m going to start you off in brevard county. there is your sunrise. i will bring you back to the i-4 corridor. there is enough wind that it feels like 44. this was about 30 minutes ago. this is a gorgeous picture. thank you for city these to me. we appreciate those photos. i have more in a couple of minutes. it' s just a light wind. it makes it feel one or two degrees colder than it actually is. temperatures are about 46
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doppler radar is quiet. we are looking at a gorgeous forecast today. we' re headed up to 72 degrees. i will have that in your forecast. alex: we like that news you will see why the magic will be looking for revenge this weekend. we will take you inside super p before finally selling and
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>> wins have been few and far between. the season started off with hope and promise is anything but. they hope they win in boston would stop that slide. isaiah thomas made his first all-star team. second quarter action, the magic are down 10. he finds it super mario for the jam. the end of the third quarter, you see some fancy footwork. it was that kind of night. boston would walk away 113-94. the losing streak those 28 games.
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celtics again. they have added two more teams and the next step. the club announced a new 23 acre training facility. all three clubs will be announced. there could be a great recruiting tool for international stars. the head coach says he' s seen improvement so far this preseason. >> we are a lot further down the road. it' s hard to explain to people , when you come to a new club and everybody is a bit nervous. it' s like the first day of school. now everybody is coming in flying. >> the new training facility
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the first race weekend is here. it' s going on today. it started friday with the pm w performance 200. make sure you get out to the track early where you can walk around the actual track. racers hit the green flag through sunday afternoon. the solar bears lose a tough one. they dropped a shootout 4-3. they will face the swamp rabbits. we are seven days away from the super bowl. much more on the pregame hype is coming up. have a great weekend. alex: thanks to stuart photos up rates. a major upset down under in the australian open. serena williams lost the title
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she just lost her on the finals. kerber was played in her first finals. the super bowl city is almost ready to welcome the first fans. fans will kick of the celebration. there are several attractions for tourists like the stage were there will be free concerts and activities as well as the nfl their favorite players. >> everybody, welcome to san francisco, the host of super bowl 50. i am glad to represent the city. alex: there will also be extra city desk security on hand. there is some soup spending. last year, the retail federation
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more than $15 billion will be spent during the super bowl weekend. 43 million people will throw parties. the year will be flowing. one can collection is making headlines. it began as a hobby years ago, now he has over 20,000 here chance in his collection. it grew a couple of years ago when he found somebody selling cans on craigslist. he has to own a trailer to call it. they date back to the 1930' s. those are pretty old or cans. dave: rain comes -- rest comes from rain. there is no rain the forecast.
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let' s talk about the weather. it got cold out there. morning. dave: maybe even a scarf? people running. were chilly. this is downtown orlando. degrees. overall, it' s going to be a nice-looking weekend. we are to continue to push along. i might need to make a quick adjustment. as we look at a beautiful morning, temperatures are crisp and cool. we will head up into the low 70' s. we have a gorgeous looking at weekend. this came in from catherine zeid l.
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it did get down to 38. folks scratching at 50. a lot of sunshine out there for now. high clouds are streaming across the peninsula. this looks at temperatures. we see a lot of high cloud cover moving across the peninsula this morning. no major impact on our weather. tomorrow, it' southerly flow warming things up. tomorrow. in your ocala.
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villages is coming in at 73. 71 degrees in winter park. when you get to the coast line, 68 by the beach. coastal areas are looking very nice. the wind is offshore. that wind is diminishing. tomorrow will climb down to 75 degrees. it' s a beautiful day for you. there is that seven-day forecast. s in the forecast. we are back with the top stories. let' s head to new york for once coming up next on it today. >> just island. two days before the caucuses there. hillary clinton'
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22 need to be top-secret. how could that affect the caucus? >> the latest on the case of a man featured in making murderer. new evidence they have that could help freedom. >> thrown racing, we take you inside a new cop petition that has a lot of people talking. >> rolling with the pros at the bowling alley. how these women are changing the bowling stereotype.
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stories s alex: we are working to find how a person who was not a suspect was shot by a police officer. police responded to a call about a suspicious man with a gun. when police got there, gunfire around it one person was hit. the suspect is in custody. orlando police say this is the carjacking suspect hit by a police officers put. evans is asked acted to survive. three officers are on leave while it' s investigated. the national center for missing children hopes this video will help find a missing a three-year-old. his mother brought him along which he helped her convict
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we are pushing for answers after a teenager were shot and killed while driving in sanford. he crashed into a light pole friday afternoon. if you have any information, call the crime line. the first weekend at the daytona speedway is here. the green flag will wave, taking off the rolex 24. drivers will compete to see who can do the most laps through sunday afternoon. how is the weather going to be? dave: it' s going to be a great weekend for racing. if you' re heading to the speedway, we' ll gorgeous temperatures. this is the way it looked just a little while ago. you can see this misty fog. it was a chilly morning in central florida. temperatures are in the upper 30'
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we will be in the low 70' s. we have a wonderful weekend forecast. alex: that is going to do it. the today show is next. we will have an update for you
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