tv Eyewitness News Noon ABC February 22, 2016 12:00pm-1:00pm EST
plus up to 40 megs of internet speed. just $75 a month for a year with autopay. speed may not be available in your area. only from centurylink. call and switch today. we know more this afternoon about a death investigation happening now on merritt island. the bodies of two people found in a house on india street. >> a man and his daughter lived in the home. melonie holt is live. he spoke with several neighbors. what the state tell you. >> reporter: they are at a loss to explain what is happened here at this residence. they tell me a doting father lived in his home with his young daughter but they have
on india street on merritt island fear they are the focus of this death investigation. last night the entire area was blocked off as investigators converged on a single home but so far the sheriff's office has not released any information about exactly who they found inside of the residence and what may have happened to them. >> traumatizing. just totally traumatizing. you cannot believe it. they would never believe it in 1 million years that something like that would happen. >> reporter: we are expecting an update from the sheriff's office later this afternoon. we will let you know exactly what investigators have to say. live on merritt island, melonie holt channel 9 eyewitness news. new at noon, congressman alan grayson once a judge to reimburse them for almost $10,000 in legal fees for filing a frivolous appeal in their divorce case. she appealed the ruling that she and the congressman because she never divorced her first term -- husband.
sanctions for failing to turn over financial documents and her to return. he was not in court but she was. >> i do not think she wants to cooperate. i think this is very emotional for her and frustrating. it's not the first tearing we've had with her. simple matters to obtain passports for his children to travel with him overseas was a matter that took two or three hearings and substantial amount of attorneys -- attorney fees. >> the self-made millionaire has been paying the mother of his five children $10,000 per month but they still have not come to a final financial agreement. guatemalan national behind bars in orange county accused of killing one person in a hit- and-run this morning think we told you on eyewitness news this morning, state troopers say the driver never got a license in the seven years he has been in the us and he admits to leaving the scene. janai norman has been following the story and she is live outside the jail.
are helping state troopers make a case against him. >> reporter: since this morning troopers drop oswaldo ceases here he is charged antiwhite, manslaughter and leaving this -- the scene of a crime with a definite not only did he admits leaving that witnesses clearly saw him behind the wheel. last night a minutes we got this mug shot of the guatemalan national who troopers say has never driven legally in the seven years he has lived in the us. this morning, they say he had been drinking when he got behind the wheel of this silver acura and rear-ended a car stopped at a stoplight on obt. >> his car ended up lifting from the back and turned onto another. unfortunately, the driver of this car ended up in the passenger side. he ended up taking off that way down the americana troopers say
>> for a rear end collision we don't typically see fatalities killed the driver. >> reporter: brent adams of orlando, 42, was killed that set off a chain reaction involving for cause. the surgeon says the man to copy orange county deputies found him inside his wrecked acura a few blocks away. he was taken to ormc were troopers drew blood, confirming he had been drinking. though troopers say witnesses have been helpful they are waiting to get video from the red light running cameras at the intersection to further help the case. >> we already know what happened we have witnesses telling us. the video will help with the case. >> reporter: troopers say they could take about one day or so to get a hold of the video from the intersection. in the meantime, he is being held here waiting to see a judge tomorrow. right now we have another crew making calls and digging through records working to learn more about and the victim.
live in orange county, janai norman, channel 9 eyewitness news. it is a warm afternoon and we are tracking it -- and increased chance for rain. certified meteorologist rusty mccranie the latest from tribe. >> springlike feel to the air chance for showers. right now it is dry and you can see the crowds beginning to build in a vertical development in some clouds right now and temperatures are on the warm side above average 76 downtown, 77 deltona, part of the reason the south wftv.com kicking. temperatures across the region, titusville 77, melbourne at 74, winds out of the cell picking up for most part 10-15 mile an hour. satellite radar composite show you clouds to build that did you see green on the radar, that is moisture coming in but
afternoon and early evening, future track showing you showers percolating up now. light in nature, scattered in nature and most of this is not moving until sunset with a couple more scattered showers around as we go through tomorrow morning. look at this one day hence, 80 the daytime high isolated shower but this is not the warmest of the workweek days. tracking warm-up but two rounds and storms are coming in at the potential for some severe storms. the timing when i see you back in a bit martie? you can always track the warmer weather and the chance for storms in the forecast for yourself at wftv.com /weather. this afternoon orlando police are continuing their search for a missing newborn they call baby willow. sky witness 9 flew over a retention pond near the willow bend apartments are silver star road were officers are again walking through the pond. jeff deal is live in the search area. big number of officers involved in the search again today. >> reporter: yes there is. these guys are with the orange
team. you can see them here. we have been watching them throughout the morning. you can see them making their way through the muck and shallow water and what appears to be a great pattern making this pond. >> this is the latest effort in the search for baby willow. crews working to drain water out of the pond this weekend so these guys can get in and search the bottom of the pond on foot and with sticks. the dive team was out here luck. this pond is one the neighbors say is along the road with the baby's mother, susan richardson, was known to walk every day on her way to the seven11. richardson gave birth monday near the willow bend apartments then discarded baby. the police have named hard baby willow. cooperative and remains locked up in orange county jail facing child neglect charges for police have had teams with dogs walking the neighborhoods and the city crews using robotic around the apartment complex
back live you can see them walking through this month. more visibility now that the water has been drained out of this pond we will monitor the situation throughout the day. we will let you know if anything develops. reporting live in orlando, jeff deal, channel 9 eyewitness news. one day away from another battle in the race for the white house. while the republicans will caucus in nevada the gop frontrunner donald trump is hoping for another victory after his big win in south carolina this weekend. and now the democrats are there as well including -- oak -- kenneth martin has more. >> reporter: this is the early presidential contest switch. >> we just won nevada. >> reporter: if the democrats turn in the deep south. the republicans are now out west in nevada for tomorrow's caucuses >> we will keep winning and we're going to make america great again. >> reporter: donald trump is riding high after his big weekend win in south carolina.
delegates, winning evangelical voters. >> i did not know i would win by that much. we won by a lot and it was record-setting stuff. >> reporter: the gop back down to five contenders, jeb bush is out. the immature cuban american frustrated senators battling out to become the top alternative. >> a relative high floor of support but -- >> reporter: hillary clinton is favored in south carolina beaches already focused on the super tuesday states like texas where she rallied over the weekend. >> some may have doubted us but we never doubted each other. >> reporter: it was also another big rally for bernie sanders and greenville south carolina. he got celebrity health from actor danny glover. sanders is working to court the black road which led to an awkward, lukewarm reception at this predominately african- american church. tomorrow night sanders and clinton will have the stage for democratic town hall at the university of south carolina.
today rallying in nevada for the latest poll leading by 26 points for trump. kenneth martin, abc news, washington. reviewed florida students will begin taking the controversial fsa tests with what is being done to keep glitches that happened last year from happening again. a new experience disney will soon offer to star wars fans. severe storms are in the forecast for wednesday. looking at it,
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the uber drivers used in the fatal shooting spree in michigan is set to face a judge today. investigators will not say what set him off but we are hearing from the passengers he picked up between shootings. of the liz -- elizabeth hur has the latest. >> reporter: six people are dead. two others injured, one suspect in custody but so far, no motive. >> shots fired. one suspect now. >> reporter: according to police mayhem started before 6:00 saturday evening and residential complex period woman was shot several times and she survived. 4 hours later in a car dealership parking lot, a
killed. minutes later, outside this cracker barrel restaurant, five people were shot, 4 died including retired teacher. these victims apparently selected at random. >> this is your worst nightmare. >> reporter: hours later, the suspect uber drivers jason dalton was taken to custody without incident. police are looking into reports that dalton was working between shootings this man who asked to remain anonymous said he was one of dalton's customers during the rampage. >> i halfheartedly joked and says, you're not the shooter, are you? and he says, no and i said are you sure. and he said no, i'm just really tired. >> reporter: matt says he wrote with dalton about one hour before the first shooting. >> we were driving through the lawn, medians, speeding along and then finally once he came to a stop, i jumped out of the car and ran away. >> reporter: -- >> nothing to indicate he was a problem. >> reporter: today, police say
youngest victim, the 14-year- old girl was initially believed to be brain-dead but eventually managed to get doctors to thumbs up. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. the u.s. supreme court is back in session today for the first time since justice antonin scalia's death. scalia died suddenly of -- valentines we can while visiting the texas ranch with president obama is preparing his our nation to fill the spot of republicans argue the next president should be the one to decide -- who should decide. bill clinton's wife will answer questions related to the defamation lawsuit brought against her husband. camille cosby will give a deposition today for the lawsuit brought by seven women who claim bill cosby sexually assaulted them decades ago. they say he defamed them by calling them liars after they went public. lawyers for the cosby's have tried to stop the deposition -- deposition from happening. this afternoon, the death toll in fiji is rising after a cyclone tore through the islands. you can see cyclone winston
and destroying homes in his path. 20 people are believed to have died as a result of the powerful storm. we meet say the cyclone reached winds up to 77 miles -- 177 miles an hour making it the strongest storm to hit the southern hemisphere since record-keeping began. if you are star wars fan, listen up. >> you will be up to experience a galaxy far far away at a disney park. a disneyland 60th anniversary celebration last night harrison ford otherwise known as han solo himself announced the expansion of the star wars experience. and some talk -- point you will be able to write on the millennium falcon and eat at the famous canteen about no word when it is, to the park. could be a couple years away. >> interesting. >> folks are probably waiting for that. >> feels like a spring day. a little humidity sneaking in. it's been a beautiful weekend. >> fantastic.
in. a flip-flop we have in this el nio cool season-ticket is a beach day. people are enjoying the beach and why not temperatures support and believe it or not it will only get warmer from here through wednesday afternoon. tomorrow and wednesday will be better chance for stores. 77 right now and a fantastic sky. sunrise 6:57 am nick sunset this evening 619. more more daylight is water temperatures on the board good afternoon to the villages 77,, 76, winter haven 75 all numbers right now above average for this, dear. we will be going 5 degrees above normal in the metro. we have a nice south breeze kicked in continuing to bring in the moisture and humidity and extra clouds and warmth. all of those things we typically see more in the spring. thicker clouds coverage in the northern zones and clouds beginning to build back down in the southern side of osceola, brevard county sneaking in.
scale, widespread severe weather event per game -- beginning tomorrow and in portions of the southeast where they are impacting us by wednesday. this afternoon into the evening hours, we can see a couple of light scattered showers, future track shows you nothing appreciable, many dry hours and locations today. no reason to change the evening plans but as we head toward the later evening and overnight, we could have a brief passing shower and there will be showers tomorrow morning in the northern areas. in flagler county. today, a comfortable afternoon, dry. look for mid-70s along the coastline, upper 70s to around 80 degrees in orange county and the rest of the inland areas. looking at me like, winter park, stoneybrook ease, ucf 79 daytime high. apopka, zellwood 78. the two rounds of storms coming in, tomorrow, scattered in nature, could see a rumble of
severe storms. have your umbrellas handle and wednesday. we will start distinction -- showers and thunder breaking up mid morning western air around marion and sumter and it will push through. this is the line that has a potential for more severe northern areas. more instability as a cold front comes through a wet, stormy wednesday and once the front swings through the area, cooler weather. we will terna back to winter by thursday and friday. already there is a flight risk for severe storms from the storm prediction center which is unusual -- unusual for that three days off. over 50 mile an hour isolated tornado and i told you this is going to be a large-scale event could look at the slide rent the east coast toward washington dc. we are on the southern side from jacksonville to the southern side of georgia and seven south carolina, that's the bull's-eye for the most intense weather but we still
on wednesday and storms could produce winds of over 50 miles an hour. lightning and again tornado not nonzero. keep a close eye and winds will remind you to download our wftv weather app ahead of the storm so you have a chance to want. customize the alerts tab for what you want and get live go. a great resource for you to have. >> five-day forecast, where the weekend is always in view springlike feel through wednesday notice the storm chances ramp up and then we flip the switch and look at the cooler weather coming in. 65 on thursday, the hydrops by 20 degrees down to 63 degrees friday, there will be 30s for saturday mornings. martie? 9 investigates learned the orange county school district is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars for some teachers to just sit at home.
waiting for more details to find out what led suspect to shoot 4 people inside a more grocery store saturday night and police tell us 34-year-old boy stevens opened fire inside the tiptop grocery. police say one victim was in critical condition and three others in stable p a teenager tells us the gun went off when she was inside the store with her mom. >> he had it in his hand and went out how proud. >> we want stevens has been convicted of armed robbery, fraud and theft. police took him to the hospital for observation after they arrested him and have not told us one he will be sent to jail. said a mental health will update us on the zika virus in florida. friday we learned the case was reported in orange county. county leaders and the orlando international airport are taking steps to fight the spread of the virus. health officials are concerned local mosquitoes can bite someone infected with zika and
oia stepped up his mosquito spring program. the president of cuba is using 9000 military personnel to keep the zika virus out that we been telling you about the fast spreading virus. cuba has no reported cases on like florida who has the most confirmed cases in the nation. pro-castro says the thousands of soldiers and 200 police officials will spray neighborhoods for mosquitoes and get rid of breeding places. travelers will to get through security faster at the orlando sanford international airport. the new tsa pre-check program began today. passengers who are enrolled in it can keep shoes on, jackets and belts on as well when they go through security. the laptops can also stay in the cases and travel site liquids and gels can stay in a carry-on bag. orlando city leaders are pushing more recycling and today. leaders want to reduce this trash service down to once per other neighborhoods. recycling pickup will increase.
last six months. the faa is working to find out what caused a small plane to land yards away from the 417 is a morrow county. sky witness 9 flew over the scene yesterday and look closely, you can see how close the plane is to the toll road. amtrak's incorporated, the company that owns the plane only said the pilot had engine trouble and he's okay. orange county sergeant. investigators say was run over on purpose by a teenager spoke out about her recovery. >> anyone that knows me knows that i am going to get through this and i'm going to be happy again and i have this life ahead of me. >> sergeant. marcy pierce has several feet. last week by 15-year-old ortiz into custody. he is still on the run this afternoon. investigators believe he is with black wheel rims. everyone is talking about denny hamlin, the winner of
it was the closest finish in the races history but he is not attention. this is the first major race at daytona international speedway pick the $400 million daytona rising project wrapped up weeks ago. the speedway was completely entrances, escalators, elevators to help race fans get to the three main concourse -- >> it was nice we did not have a lot of crowd at all. especially getting out. >> fans were also able to enjoy wider seats, twice as many restaurants, three times as many concession stands. we do not notice traffic problems outside the speedway either which is a big deal. so much to see. we posted the behind-the-scenes videos and pictures on facebook including pictures of celebrities and the thunderbird flyover. to check that out, like us on facebook.com /wftv. the first game of the season for the orlando city soccer club is now less than
play toronto in a pre-season match yesterday. kaka scored two goals to help orlando when 2-1. and the teams new player from italy should arrive in orlando this week. to see what they are doing behind-the-scenes go to wftv.com and click on the orlando city soccer section in sports. florida students will take the controversial fsa test later this month. steps being taken to keep it from being played with problems -- plagued with problems. the battle in the ongoing fight pitting apple against the fbi. what apple is demanding from the fbi.
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ceo of apple says the government should drop its demand that apple help the fbi had unlocked iphone used by a terrorist attack. >> tim cook's message came in the form of an early morning email to his employees. abcs of bazi kanani has the latest. iphone battle pitting security against privacy, the fbi against apple. the fbi director rights, we do not want to break anyone's encryption or set up a master key loose on land. i hope thoughtful people would take the time to understand that. director james coming defenses agencies demands that apple help them open the iphone belonging to syed farook. the shooter is sammartino along with his wife killed 14 people. fbi says his phone may have critical additional clues in the investigation including whether others were involved. we cannot look for survivors in the eye nor ourselves in the mirror if we do not follow this lead rights coming in a new blog post and press release
rally public opinion, taking to the airwaves. >> there is no limit to what the government could require apple to do if it succeeds this way. >> reporter: atty. ted also former senior justice department official whose wife died and one of the planes used in a 9/11 attack is helping apple fight court order to unlock four oaks phone. he says creating a way to override a phones pass code will put the privacy and security of all apple customers at risk. >> this is a pandora's box pick we cannot surrender our civil liberties and give the terrorist a victory for some victims of the san bernardino attack fleet -- plan to support the fbi in the battle. their attorney says they will soon file a legal brief with the court. bazi kanani, abc news, washington. as we have mentioned earlier in the newscast, it feels like a spring day this afternoon.
rusty mccranie is tracking the weather from severe weather center 9. >> the first half will be spring and you will have to politely jackets but because it is for now, it means it is a warming -- warm, humid afternoon we are trying to drum up showers but right now we're shower -- dry. temperatures above average 75 the normal high apopka winter park and 79, downtown 76, with a leica lake underhill, 75 brevard county right now cooler, refreshing breeze along the beach. satellite beach in at 72 melbourne, country and at 74. there is the south east winds. an easterly breeze along the coast keeping it slightly cooler than inland. all will be slight above average. we was the extra clouds for today. you will get sun here or there but later in the day the clouds will actually be building in and there's a low-end chance for a light passing shower late in the afternoon and early evening. 80 orlando, ocala, 78, at the
leave her, eustis, leesburg, eustis, 79. this is the start of the trend. less than 10 minutes we will talk about the storm chances moving in and the threat for severe weather here updating timing and threats coming up. as parents take -- students take florida standards assessment to test it was a straight to teachers and parents have been questioning the validity of the fsa since the test debuted last year. department of educations is all students were required to complete at least one online practice test and every district earlier this school year. they say the practice runs help them to identify technical issues and tests all testing devices. most testing starts next month but students will begin testing next monday. lawmakers in tallahassee expected to meet again this week to discuss a bill that will get a break to drivers who get in trouble. the bill has already passed house and senate committees. it will make it harder to
non-driving offenses like not paying a fee. state lawmakers are also expected to discuss the resolution that will urge congress to officially declare a state of war against terror groups like isis and al qaeda. they are set to go over and $80 billion budget plan for the state. a judge will decide today is a lawsuit filed by the families of victims in the sandy hook shootings will move forward. nine families and teacher are suing the company that make ar 15 rifles, the model used in the attack. in 2012, adam lanza shot and killed 20 children and six adults and sandy hook elementary. the lawsuit is a test against the federal law protecting gunmakers from liability if their guns are used in crimes. if you are trying to lose weight, how often should you step on the scale? how many times per week research says you should look at the number. the rare disease turning a boys
doctors in colorado china find a cure for a boy whose skin is turned to stone. part of their son skin was hardening after months of test doctors diagnose him with skin syndrome. there is no cure for the rare disease but jayden has gone the rounds of chemotherapy to stop the spread of the disease and it seems to be working. >> it is outrageous sounding when you say a boy turning to stone.
that is basically what is happening. >> on top of chemo treatments, jayden also close to physical therapy pickets parents are looking for other treatment options in europe. goodness for coffee jitters, copy may be good for your liver. researchers looked at nine separate studies on the effects of coffee. they found 2 cups per day could cut your chance of developing alcohol-related cirrhosis by 44 percent. experts say that does not me copy will balance out the negative effects of alcohol. researchers said more work needs to be done to confirm those studies. if you are trying to lose weight, doctors say you should not be afraid to just dust off the bathroom scale. >> all right. a new study shows overweight adults make significant progress in their weight loss goals when they weigh themselves at least once per day but doctors say measuring your weight even once or twice per week to give you a good idea of how close you are to your weight loss goals. doctors warn patients not to rely on the scale too much peer >> the scale unfortunately is a bad barometer of behavior
you can do absolutely everything right and you get on the scale and you're up to pounce. >> weight-loss experts say things like waist measurements and the fit of your close can help you paint a big picture of your overall health. >> i don't want to step on the scale. >> the government is cracking down on hoverboards even morning. why the feds are threatening to take some hoverboards from owners. split teachers accused of bad behavior and are removed from the classroom but in some local counties, they can still collect a paycheck. 9 investigates how much of that is costing taxpayers. book of the bull's-eye of severe weather threat for tonight including portions the panhandle.
of misconduct. >> invested -- investigative reporter daralene jones learns this practice is nominated in districts where they believed that a waste of taxpayer money and they ask why it's not happening here. >> reporter: megan was relieved of duty from timber creek for drug possession on campus and pay $3300 for 27 working days to sit at home until she was fired. the practice of relief of duty with a cost the district $313,000 last year. 2 million in the last five years. even the union thinks it should be banned. >> is an incredible waste of money and resources person in some cases, the teacher is paid to sit at home and replaced with a substitute. substitutes costing nearly $4 million this year. $16 million last year. the district does not track how much is from a teacher placed on relief of duty. we surveyed districts across
found some do not pay teachers to sit at home. in florida, palm beach county teachers are either suspended without pay or reassigned to different duties. >> is this something worth considering? >> i think so. we are in the process of looking at all of the policies across the board. >> member -- school board member said it's a balancing act that -- >> you have a teacher or employee accused of an egregious action and we need to make sure not only our children safe but other employees are safe as well force officials have made progress reducing the burden on taxpayers going from 1.2 million paid and 2008 to 313,000 last year's accrediting it too close monitoring. >> students are achieved it -- cheated out of the presence of the teacher and taxpayers are robbed from the money districts wasting untested to teachers and other accommodations to provide for the asses of teachers that should be there
several and brevard county's -- seminole county and brevard county have suspension with me. volusia and osceola find it beneficial to reassign employees as opposed to bring them to sit at home. >> if you are one of the many people who owns a hoverboard safety officials could confiscate it more than 50 fires involving hoverboards were supported -- aborted -- reported since the criticism that they cost nearly $2 million in damage. right now the consumer product safety commission is stepping in. officials say they will seize hoverboards that do not meet safety standards set by the cpsc board. >> it's irresponsible for a company to continue to sell hoverboards that they know do not comply with the standard. >> retailers are responding. toys "r" us is taking hoverboards off the website. amazon offering full refunds and overstock.com stopped all sales. one of the biggest hoverboard manufacturers them a it is working to meet the cpsc's
way and it is equipped with a robot that you can play with. >> lg's new lg five phone promising a light show, a security camera for your home -- home and 360 camera. they would lose -- release to to customers at bain and -- in spain. >> can you make a call? >> that is the question. >> that's a feature. >> a basic feature. >> yes. changes are coming. >> we will take them. >> we have to unfortunately. dealing with possibilities by midweek. some storms will be severe. we will have to watch that. alive look outside right now and a nice feel to near. comfortable monday across central florida think you can see the clouds are building into the distance looking pretty good outside for us. none of the clouds of you to produce rain. later into the day because he
get going but for now, a mix of sun in clouds with temperatures starting off mainly in the mid- lunch hour. 75 deland, 76 orlando. dew points are coming up a bit. right now mid and upper 50s it does not feel too humid right now but wait until tomorrow and wednesday. the dew points will be well into the 60s and then you know we will back into a springlike pattern. winds out of the south breezy from time to time but not bad. great for the afternoon outdoor plans, great if you have to run an errand you will not need your jacket but rain gear will be needed tomorrow. clouds building it. main storm system with the beginning to develop right now. it will be dry to the south through tuesday and wednesday. for us future track for the remainder of the day, scattered showers, trying to get through the overnight hours.
and generally should develop not until after your home from work and a couple of showers we will track for you tomorrow morning on eyewitness news this morning. still fairly dry for the first part of tuesday. highs today inland and the upper 70s to write around 80 degrees but let me take you inland today peer clermont hitting 80, you can see extra cost of the afternoon leesburg mount dora 79, seven and bushnell, sumter county. the villages 79 bunnell, 78. to round of storms coming, scattered, i do not anticipate severe storms but a wetter afternoon ahead. get your umbrellas just in case big storms could impact the drive home. the main show comes on wednesday. you can see the line of showers and storms beginning to develop by 10 am on the western areas driving across the region through the afternoon and we want to watch out for the best buddy of some storms producing winds of over 50 miles an hour. the storms will still be with us to be late afternoon and
cold front comes in with cold weather moving in as well. looking at the severe weather risk for tomorrow, look at this bull's-eye of severe weather in red. that is a matter category, four out of the five if you will. does include the far western sides of the panhandle. as we go into wednesday we shift toward the east and the slight risk comes down into central florida. just north of orlando right now. places like sanford, leesburg, daytona beach, palm coast, ocala, all under a flight risk for severe storms and all of central florida could see some storms winds over 50 mile an hour and we could watch out for the potential for an isolated tornado as well. wednesday is the day you want to stay whether aware. could be heavy rain as well areas could get more than 1 inch of rain and here comes the cooler weather, 83 the daytime high and wednesday the storms arrive. friday, we drop by 20 degrees back down to highs only in the lower 60s. five-day forecast where the weekend is always in view . villagers spring weather firenze and you will need your jacket and i'm sure that heaters will be running in full
morning as many lows on saturday well into the 30s. >> i'm sorry, vanessa. >>martie, i centurylink prism tv has all your favorite channels, tons of live sports, and more -- all in crystal-clear hd. watch when and where you want with advanced features like our wireless set-top box, whole home dvr, and prism on the go. and choose from a variety of great packages to fit your home. call... ...and get started with the prism essential tv bundle. you'll get tv plus up to 40 megs of centurylink internet all for only $75 a month. this deal sounds great, especially if you love sports.
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here's a look at stories coming up on eyewitness news today at 4:00. brevard county deputies still have not release the names of the two for people found dead in the home on merritt island. the bodies were found on indian street last night. neighbors say the father and daughter live in the home. for eyewitness news at 4 we are asking deputies if they pieced together how they died. the search continues this
pic orange county deputies have drank a retention pond to search for the baby they call baby willow. investigators say less with her mother gave birth to her in the parking lot of the willow bend apartments in orlando and abandoned her bit where the grid the 10 -- retention pond watching the search and if they find anything we will have a live report started today on eyewitness news at 4. if you are an artist you can have your artwork displayed in a rather unique place. >> nasa wants to collect artwork to send to an asteroid the commission is called sears rex the first us mission to collect an asteroid example and brought back to earth. scientists of all safe place expiration is a creative activity and the one videos, drawings, songs and other forms of art to keep the spacecraft company. we have the information on how to submit your artwork on our website. wftv.com /web links. that is cool. stocks up on wall street. here is a look at the numbers
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