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right now thousands of people are expected at a cain rally at ucf for donald trump. and orange county teacher said that bullying is out of control. and why he said he cannot do anything about it and the fear safety. good morning. saturday, march 5th. i'm darlene jones. time is 7:00 on the dot. and we'll have more on our top stories in a moment. here's a look over downtown orlando. that is the view of the citrus bowl where the soccer team will
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in areas in the 40s. and yes, on in the 30s. it is a chilly start. but the southern counties, are seeing a warmer morning because of the cloud coverage. we'll see a lovely day right now. and the temperatures will rebound. and 49 in daytona beach. and these will be the coolest temperatures. at sunrise we see the coolest temperatures and we get warmer after that 53 in orlando and 54 in winter haven. a quarter mile visibility is where we're seeing the heaviest thickest fog. and the northeastly winds will be five to 15 and the upper 60s to the 70s along the coast. republican presidential front-runner will be in central florida. thousands of people, including
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expected to attend a rally. we're live at ucf arena. and they have extra security in place right now. >> reporter: a lot of security. and a lot of police cars and others that you can see back here and a lot of road barriers waiting to go up. we're expecting them to close this down a little later. here. and the supporters are out here lined up waiting to go inside. some started lining up at 1:45 this morning. and donald trump is in wichita, kansas this morning because of the kansas primary. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are battling out in three other states. >> the florida's primary is a week from tuesday. and are you marco rubio is up
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supporters who they're voting for. >> when you look him in the eyes. he's thinking of his kids, grandkids, when he goes, please making sure that he had the same opportunity that i want for my grandkids. >> reporter: a small crowd right now. and we're expecting that to grow. and we're expecting donald trump to speak at 2:30 this afternoon. and the doors open to the general public at noon. live in orange county. you can count on eyewitness news to bring you live coverage off today's rally. we'll treatment it on our website. go to the home page of wftv.com. senator marco rubio's stop this will be held at the line is auditorium and he'll be
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several of his supporters will rally head of donald trump's stump. ben carson suspended his run yesterday. he said that he doesn't see a political path ford following super tuesday. and democrats are facing off in kansas, louisiana, nebraska and maine. and republicans will vote in kansas, kentucky, louisiana and maine. and hillary clinton and bernie sanders will debate again tomorrow. early voting in florida starts today in seminole, brevard county counties and orange county. only republicans or democrats can vote in the primary. we undiscovered unsan tier unsanitariry video.
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and then on the tables. and we're asking disney what type of action they are taking against the employee. bullying is out of control. we first uncovered bullying allegations that two different parents is said nearly drove suicide. district headquarters. and the teacher said that he's speaking out because he fears for students' safety. >> reporter: he also told us that he's tried to stop the bullies but often doesn't get very far and he wishes the school with give teachers a clearer direction on how to handling bullying. >> what do i do? >> reporter: this woman broke down in tears last week when she told us that her daughter got so sick of bullying, that she tried to overdose on pills at mateland middle school. and days later, this woman told us that her son talked about killing himself because of bullying at robbins wood middle school.
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watched the story. >> i'm afraid that i could lose my job by even talking to you about this. >> reporter: he sees bullying at robbins wood middle school nearly every day in the control. >> homophobic slurs to race classroom. >> reporter: he said the school is not clear with how teachers should handle bullying and the kids know he has little power. and he said that some things are so bad now that some students may feel they will have no way out. >> one day i'm worried that her not going to school some day. my fear is they will not come back because they're not here anymore. >> reporter: and the orange bully policy.
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the school and administration gets everyone to write anything they witnessed. we now know the name of the three suspects, accused of pointing a gun at a toddler into a robbery. aaron barb jumped in the car and pointed a gun and demanded cash. and the women fought back. the victims chased down the truck and the child was not hurt. and the victims had minor injuries. and we're asking state troopers what caused a deadly crash that killed two people. take a look at one of the vehicles involved in the wreck. and the vehicle is on the side of the road. and you can see the other vehicle on its side. and it happened last night on mckinney road. two other people and three children were taken to a local hospital. no word on their conditions. police said they've arrested a juvenile in
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shooting in winter park. the police said that jordan ingram and -- were killed in the incident. and now a juvenile faces charges in the case. a social media post claims that a woman and her daughter were approached by a sex trafficking fling west melbourne. a man watched them in a store and another man asked them for help with his car in the parking lot. and the police in west melbourne and brevard county deputies investigated the claims. but there's no evidence of a sex trafficking ring operating in this ring. it took five tries, but space a launched a space >> liftoff. >> that was last night at cape canaveral air force station and it will give coverage over
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out. it landed hard on the drone ship. didn't expect this one to work. chance. opening weekend is finally soccer club. the team said there are fewer than 5,000 tickets remaining for the season opener yesterday. yesterday they had the last chance to practice at the citrus bowl and they met their new italian mid-fielder. he's not expected to play tomorrow. but he'll be introduced to the fans at today's call in downtown orlando. web wr dq is the new home for orlando city. the streets of daytona beacher packed with motorcycle during the 75th annual bike week. they are expecting thousands of
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event will bring in $200 million when it ends on sunday, march 13th. and now marina jurica is in severe weather center 9. it just -- dropped to the 30s? yes, but it is starting to warm up. northeasterly winds at ten to 15 along the coastline. but a gorgeous day as daytona beach gets very busy as we head into today and tomorrow. and the villages looking lovely as well. in baldwin park and the i-4 corridor, we'll start with a little more cloud coverage this morning and get lots of sunshine this afternoon. and cocoa beach, we'll look at partly cloudy skies and high of 73. a worker cleaning at a world resort was caught on camera mopping the floor and then using the same mop to
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the answer we got from disney and the action they have taken. they rented luxury condos but they said they lost
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saturday morning. the sun has come up and it will allow for the temperatures to rebound after a very chilly start. so looking at downtown orlando of the citrus bowl about to get very busy there with the orlando city opener tomorrow and the pub crawl is today. big picture, the high pressure is up to the northwest and that is allowing for a northeasterly
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it is a chilly start but we're rebounding into the 70s today and tomorrow. huge visibility issue with the fog in ocala. so less than a half mile visibility in marion and sumter and a touch of fog in titusville. 46 in deland and 49 in daytona beach and 53 in downtown orlando. these are the coolest temperatures that we see between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. wind speed, quiet. but we'll see five to ten miles an hour up along the coast out of the northeast today. and it will be a beautiful day with a mixture of sun and clouds, a clear night tonight and the cool temperatures once again. clouds will hover along the coastline today. but we'll be looking at partly cloudy skies.
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we head into the rest of the week. 10:00 a.m. in the 60s. midday and downtown orlando, we'll see the partly cloudy skies an 72 degrees and we'll be in the mid-to upper 70s as we head into the afternoon. so it will warm up nicely and into our afternoon, 78 for the high and very comfortable and the dew points continue to be very low that is great. not the case by next week. and cloud today and 53 for the low. and five-day forecast showing that we'll gradually warm up after tomorrow. and we'll look at mid-to upper 80s by the end of the week. we now know the name of the man found dead in an orlando apartment complex. they found 22-year-old carlton wilson shot to death at cypress pointe apartments. no one else hurt in the shooting. and they are trying to find a suspect and what sparked the shooting.
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have a deadly shooting near the seminole state college. jose gomez was found shot to death thursday night and the police arrested joshua gordon in and vehicle believed to be connected to the murder and he is now a person of interest. we told you about the trash piling up outside of homes since the beginning of the year and they also complained about yard waste left behind. fcc that is one of the three companies responsible for trash pickup is behind most of the issues. they call them operational issues. we undiscovered disturbing video of the cleaning practices of a walled disney resort. jessie reyes stayed at the art of animation resort last month
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shows a member of the cleaning crew and mopping the floor and took the same mop and cleaned the same table. >> they are exposing to diseases. it was really disgusting. >> a spokesperson for disney said that the member is not a cast member is a third party member and no longer welcome on disney property. dozens of our viewers are reacting to the story on facebook. you can share your views. weigh in by going to wftv.com. it is the number one rental complaint that any tenant can deposit. families said that he lost thousands of dollars in security deposits in a orlando high-rise. and we found out why the
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fight. >> reporter: high-rise condos. but for at least five renters, their experience at the view was ugly and costly and they blame the whole landlord. >> it is absurd. >> reporter: this woman said that she lost nearly $2,000. and vanessa burned for $2,000. >> i want justice to be done. >> reporter: both blame this guy, landlord bj comore who does business as view management, llc. after moving out, he kept the nearly $2,000 deposit blaming her for the preexisting damage. >> it is completely false. we did no damages. we fixed stuff in the unit. >> reporter: and vanessa claims that he kept her $2,000 for damages that she had documented
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>> it infewer yates infewer inmake -- makes me so angry. >> reporter: whether it is a condo or modest mobile home, they are going to require the landlord to prove they caused the damages if they kept the department. but only going to court is the only way to do that. if you hire an attorney and do you win, the landlord will have to pay for your attorney. >> reporter: by e-mail said that sandra missed a rent payment and caused considerable damage and denies doing anything wrong with any renter. >> that is our money. he said that his company manages units for other owners and never had complaints. experts said that you should
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before you rent and after and consider using a real estate agent that would manage the security deposit. if you would like a story that you would like todd to check out, you can reach him directly on wftv.com. a former deputy fired for sleeping with his coworker's wife will not get his job back. and we asked him about the accusations, including having
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. a lake county deputy will not return to the force after having an affair with his coworker's wife. we tried to speak to him yesterday. he was fired after he planned to have a terrorist an affair with his coworker's wife. and they are serious offenses. >> his credibility is done and he'll have a difficult time, if impossible to ever get hired. >> phil buffington admitted to having an inappropriate relationship and that violates the policy, banning having an inappropriate relationship with a coworker's spouse.
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scammed people out of thousands of dollars. he told the victims that he had a renter for the properties and ask them to send money to cost taxes. but he just took the money. felix is facing several charges, including grand theft. there are lane closures for the next several days on the beach line. crews shut down this at international airport on thursday to take down the plaza. there will be one lane closure each night till next thursday 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. a local teacher said that he he's bullying in the classroom every day and he cannot do anything about it. and he said the school district is not doing enough to help. i'm tracking a chilly start. but the temperatures will rebound very nice. i'll let you know when the next cool front will move in. here's some ideas how to
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and orange county teacher said that bully is out of control and he cannot do anything about it and he fears for his students' safety. this is a live look over downtown orlando. this is a view. and marina jurica is in severe weather center 9. it is a beautiful day today. it is a chilly start and we'll rebound nicely into the afternoon. and everyone will be in the 70s. it looks like a fantastic beach weekend today and tomorrow as march continues to be busier along the coast. and the water temperatures slowly getting warmer. and three to four foot seas and light chop at the coastal and light rip current risk today and tomorrow. use swim in the atlantic, make
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it will be a foggy start and high of 74 as 4:00. and winter park, partly cloudy as well and high of 76. in palm bay, it will be lovely and a few more clouds rolling in in the afternoon with a high of 73. a local teacher said that he sees bullying in the classroom almost every day and he needs help. and two parents said that their children wanted to leave the school and threatened to commit suicide. and the teacher said that he tries to stop the bullying. >> reporter: he tried to stop the bullies but often doesn't get very far. and he wishes that the school would give teacher a clear direction how to handle bullying. a robbins middle school teacher agreed to sit down with us, but we grade to hide his face and
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this woman broke down in tears last week and she told us that they are daughter got so sick of bullying, that she tried to overdose at pills at mateland middle school. and this woman said that her son talked about killing himself because of bullying at robbins wood middle school. he watched the stories. and when he tried to bullies, he doesn't get any where. >> homophobic slurs and racial slurses. >> one day i'm worried that they're not going to come to school one day and we'll find out a day or two later that they're not coming back because they're not here anymore. >> reporter: and the orange county barack obama public schools sent -- the orange county public schools sent us a statement. they said that the parent and the victims are contacted and
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gets the students and teachers to write statements on anything that they witnessed. the wife of on orange county deputy killed in the line of duty is pleading with state lawmakers to help other families with in her situation. deputy pine was killed two years and his benefits are not enough for her and their three children. she wants the lawmakers to have their benefits the full salary. right now it is only half. >> house has temperatured the bill to other provisions and it could table it for another year. she has not been available for comment. but congresswoman brown is the subject of widespread speculation.
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about -- for weeks, we have been asking for a so-called charity and the ties to the congresswoman. and now one of the people in the group have agreed to a plea deal. >> reporter: we have been uncovering new details to this story for a week. all of this is hosted by congresswoman brown. the e-mail shows the staff was involved in planning and aware of the happenings. we recently showed what we uncovered to former federal prosecutor brian phillips. >> the thing that jumped out me is large value of uses of the congressional seal on what looks like noncongressional correspondent. >> reporter: and now they will
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raised by one door went. she was was listed as a public official in implicated in raising $800,000 paying out one scholarship for $1,000 and withdrawing $290,000, using that money for personal expenses. one door called itself a charity, providing educational opportunities and according to the plea, the same public official received $150,000 from one door for cost associated with the events, including money for a cake, alcohol i can beverage -- alcoholic beverages. city leaders are working on an ordinance that would require elected officials to live within the city during their term.
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brett who is building a home outside the city. two parents are facing child neglect charges after their 2-year-old suffered a broken rib, leg and 15 fractures. they were arrested on thursday. investigators said that the cup claims that the injuries came from the three older children rough housing with their child. the couple is also charged with failure to report child abuse. they have since bonded out of jail. altamonte spring leaders have set aside $2 million to partner with uber and a riding program. they will pay 20% of the rides that starts and ends within the city limits and they'll pay 25% of a ride that starts and ends at the city's sun rail stop. and uber riders say it is a win-
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>> city said that uber will conduct background checks on the drivers. you can bet a discount by downloading the uber app and downloading the code altamonte. yesterday morning we saw a touch of rain and we're in a stretch of dry weather for a week. i'll let you know what that
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yesterday morning we saw a quick cold front come through and it was a quick rain and sunshine ruled the day yesterday and we'll not see anymore rain for a week. what does that mean for us. and the fire threat will be enhanced the next few days and we'll see the upper 70s in the beginning of the workweek and mid- to upper 80s as we head towards the end of the week the gusty winds as well as low humidity. it is a perfect setup for the fire threat to be increased. so be aware of that as we head into this weekend but especially the upcoming workweek. and the northeasterly winds
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will be lovely and upper 60s to low 70s along the coast. drivers in downtown orlando will have to get ready for another major change because of the i-4 ultimate project. starting monday, garland avenue from colonial drive to just before orange each will be closed for more than a year. they are building bridges and onramp from colonial drive. >> 50 is a huge road for i-4. so it meets up with another huge interstate. so we need to make sure that we have the traffic flowing. >> if you take garland north you can take magnolia and south you can use orange avenue. you can get all the updates on the i-4 ultimate project on wftv.com in the traffic section. the orlando magic owner celebrated 90 years yesterday.
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these siblings were caught on camera stealing from a girl scout and they turned themselves in. nicholas delbrugge and ashley winters turned themselves in on friday. a tip came in on thursday leading sheriff's office and the ocala police to a body in a grave. they are now trying to figure
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and how the body got there. orlando police is calling residents saying they owe money to a check cashing company and they are planning to be one of the officers and if you don't pay up you'll be arrested. the police want to remind you that they would never demand money from you offer the phone. trying to keep hackers away make it easier. if you change it often, you're more likely to change to something that you already have so you'll remember it. >> it has to be characters, numbers, capitals, symbols, hard to remember those is tough. >> and the ftc is recommending companies to allow people to keep their old passwords for longer periods. but it should include 12 characters, a number and symbol.
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a 5k and 10k and half marathon this morning. central boulevard between lake avenue and summerland avenue will be shut down for the races and they'll reopen at noon. residents in one palm bay neighborhood are on the lookout after they got a surprise visit from a python. they saw a snake here a home on altamonte home. the snake disappeared friday afternoon. but the wildlife trappers will it again. a volusia county police dog is back on duty after he survived a gunshot. thursday night he chased down a suspected drug dealer and pulled him out from under the
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time is 7:46. it is going to be a beautiful day. and it is going to be a beautiful start. there's some people enjoying the morning walk in daytona beach and the winds will be a little bit heavier along the coastline than inland. and still only about five to 15 overall. so much quieter than yesterday. and the satellite showing some clouds in the south earn counties and clear skies in our northern counties. and you have been cooler through the morning. and high pressure is up to the northwest and that is allowing for the northeasterly flow woods today. so today and tomorrow, we'll have a chilly start and 70s in the afternoon. rebounding. we were at 39 in ocala and 41. and 51 as we head fourth down into sanford, 53 in downtown orlando and melbourne. so we saw up to a 14-degree temperature drop and it is cooler and it will be a touch cooler tomorrow morning once
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the wind speeds out of the northeast at five to ten. otherwise, we're quiet. and the next front is going to cause some issues as we head into tomorrow morning. we'll see increased cloudiness overnight into tomorrow morning and then the sunshine will move day. it is a weak front so it is about two degrees. that will clear completely and tomorrow. high pressure is taking over and we'll get a stream of humid and warm air, the warmest temperatures of the year. the next front will not come into next saturday. along the coast, it will be lovely. if you enjoyed the cooler weather, enjoy this weekend. 73 in tightsville and 67 in new
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70s in or monday ormonde. in seminole county it is looking good with 78 in altamonte, 77 in longwood and 79 in geneva and 76 in sanford. so it is a beautiful day. get out there and enjoy. forecast with the weekend always in view, a gradual warmup of plenty of sunshine to enjoy. looking for something to do? head over to icflorida.com. the city pub crawl is today. speaking of sports, there's a time for a look at sports. another tough night for the orlando magic. >> reporter: orlando magic owner rich -- turned 90 yesterday and his team is about
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the suns have lost 28 of the last 31 games. magic had the ego bruised in the third quarter. they sneak around and takes it away from dwayne. and the suns up 21. later in the fourth, peyton, a nice defense t is much too little too late and the suns end a 17 game road losing streak 102-84. you can get your basketball fix with the nba on abc. and dwayne howard and the rockets visiting the rockets tonight.
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5,000 tickets remaining for the season opener. they have to beat salt lake without -- and dozens of orlando city fans there to show the love. he'll only get one practice before the game on sunday. and the coach said that he will not be available for selection. but orlando city could have carlos -- back in the line. it looks like it may be severe. for the rest of the roster, they got that one thing that was missing. >> last year we had 27 new players, this year we have four or five. but everybody is comfortable in
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>> you can watch the season opener tomorrow. coverage starts at 1:30 p.m. with our pregame show on central florida's tv 27. in daytona, the stock cars are gone and it is time for the dirt bikes to play. this is the time lapse for the course construction for the super cross. it was designed by super cross ricky carmichael. and one of the drivers in town. he's lack -- looking for his fourth win. have a great saturday everyone. he's a live look from our downtown orlando tower camera. and marina jurica will have a check of your weekend weather after the break. you can interact with marina jurica and me during the show this morning. we're both on twitter and facebook. here's a look at what is going on in central florida
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they are $1 billion in debt. in the next hour, of eyewitness news this morning... >> reporter: an orange county middle school teacher told us that bullying and he is looking for support. a beautiful weekend along the coast.
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and orange county teacher said that bullying is out of control and why he said that he cannot do anything about it and the fear he has for his students' safety. good morning, saturday march 5th. i'm darlene jones. it is 8:00 on the dot. and we'll have more on your top stories in a moment. this is home of the orlando
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we're showing cloudy skies and the clouds are staying in our south earn counties with the cool temperatures. but they rebounded nicely. and we were in the 30s and the 40s this morning and we're in the 40s and the 50s. 45 in ocala and 56 in orlando and 53 in daytona beach and 62 in cocoa beach. and now we're up to ten degrees cooler. so that nice sunshine is warming us up as we head into the day. and we're talking mid- to upper 70s inland and up are 60s to low 70s along the coast with a nice northeasterly wind at five to 15. in a few hours, donald trump will be in central florida. and thousands of expected, including supporters and protesters at the rally the ucf. and you've been telling us all morning about the security already in place. >> reporter: we're starting to see more of the plan come together.
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the event here. but looking over this way, you see quite a few police officers and signs marking the areas the free assembly area. so we believe that is where the protesters are when and if they show up. and further don't street, you see major road barricades lining up. the kansas primary and 40 delegates up for grabs. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are battling it out in three others. and it looks like donald trump may be softening his stance on some things like immigration. but supporters say that her not worried about a few changes. >> there's nothing wrong with a little flexibility.
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thing that flies in the face of people that say that he would not be able to negotiate situation like that. so i think it is a fine thing to indicate that you have some flexibility. and there needs to be some compro nice -- compromise in washington. we cannot have gridlock forever. >> reporter: and i would say this line is about tripled in size since we were live with you about an hour ago. and we're expecting thousands of people and the doors open for the public at noon. and it will 2:30 when donald trump actually speaks.
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of wftv.com. thomas sullivan, skip wells, carson holmquist marco rubio will wftv.com -- dr. ben carson suspended his campaign yesterday. he doesn't see a political path forward following super tuesday. and today democrats are facing off in the primary and caucuses in kansas, louisiana, nebraska and maine. and republicans will wrote in kansas, kentucky, louisiana, and maine. democratic candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders will debate again tomorrow. early voting in florida starts today. early voting is underway in orange county and lake counties. only voters that are registered as democrats or republicans may
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we have uncovered some disturbing videos showing unsanitary cleaning practices at a walled disney world resort. you see a worker used a mop on the floor and the dining room tables. and we asked what type of action that disney took against the employee. parents said that allegations of bullies caused their children threatening to commit suicide. and one teacher is speaking out because he fears for the students' safety. >> reporter: he tells us that he tries to stop bullies but it is difficult and he wishes the school would give them more directions how to handle bullying. >> what do i do? >> reporter: this woman broke down in tears last week when she told us that her got so
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overdose on pills at mateland middle school and days later this woman told us that her son talked about killing himself because of bullying as robbins wood middle school and the teacher watched the stories. >> i'm afraid i'm going to loss my job by even talking to you about this. that is why we agreed to hide his face and alter his voice. he said he sees bullying nearly every day in his classroom and it is out of control. base slurs. >> reporter: he said that the school is not clear with how bullying. but he said that things are so bad now that he fears some of the students might feel they have no way out. >> one day i'm worried they're not going to come to school one day. and we'll find out they're not coming back because they're not >> reporter: orange county public schools sent us a
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it reads in part the parents of the accused and the victims are contacted. the school administration gives staff and students to write statements on anything that they witness. we now know the names of three suspect as accused of pointing a gun at a toddler during a robbery. it happened in the parking lot of the winn-dixie in daytona. they pointed a gun at a child and demanded cash. but the two women in the car fought back. and then they jumped into a truck. and the victims chased the truck and rammed it. we're asking state trooper what's caused a fatal -- troopers what caused a crash that caused the damage of these two vehicles. this happened last night at
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and two other people and three children were taken to a local hospital. no word on the conditions. police said they've arrested a juvenile . a social media post said that a woman and daughter were approached by a sex trafficking ring at a target in west mel more than. it says that a man watched him in a store and another man asked them for help in the parking lot with his car. the deputies investigated the claims but they said there's no evidence of a sex trafficking ring operating this way. it took five tries but space x launched a
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>> take a look this is a beautiful sight. that was last night at cape canaveral air force station. and it will provide more coverage over southeast asia. and landing the first stage of the falcon that lifted it did not quite work out. and it landed hard on the drone ship. the ceo said didn't expect this one to work but the next flight has a good chance. opening weekend is finally here for the orlando soccer club. there are fewer than 5,000 tickets remaining for the season opener tomorrow. and yesterday the players had a last chance to practice. and they met their new italian mid-fielder. he is expected to play tomorrow but he will be introduced to fans at today's pub crawl in downtown orlando. wr dq is the new home for orlando city. and we'll have live coverage of
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and the streets of daytona beacher packed with motorcycle -- beach are packed with motorcyclists. the annual events brings in $200 million. bike week wraps up next sunday, march 13th. and time to check in with marina jurica. the weather is perfect picture. it will be a gorgeous day to get on the bike and enjoy. it kicked off yesterday. bike week will go through the week and we're going to look at hot weather moving in by the end of our workweek next week. from west to east, the villans are going to be -- the villages are going to be beautiful. in celebration and the i-4 corridor, we're starting out with a little cloud coverage this morning. but we'll get plenty of nine this afternoon with the high of 76 and in tightsville, we'll look at a sunny start and a few clouds rolling in this
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we see a few fair weather clouds and we're going off to a northeasterly winds and chilly start today and tomorrow and the 70s rebounding in the afternoon. 45 right now in ocala and 56 in downtown orlando and 53 in daytona beach and 62 in cocoa. and 55 in winter haven. and quiet winds. we'll see some cool temperatures again. and the clouds will move in as we head into this afternoon along the coastline and the sunday. so it basically is going to drop our temperatures a couple of degrees. and bring us another dry day. so our average high this time of year is 76 degrees and we'll be at that tomorrow. and we'll start our warming trend and we'll warm up to the middle of the week.
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talking mid- to upper 80s. so we have a huge warmup in store. enjoy today. clouds. we'll enjoy the temperatures in the 40s. we'll be a little chilly sunday morning for sure. and the five-day forecast with the weekend in view, it will be a beautiful day for the atlanta city opener. it will get warmer towards the end of the week. if you looking for something to do, head over to icflorida.com, including the city pub crawl.
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so make the outdoor plans and get outside and enjoy. wen covered disturbing video of unsanitariry cleaning practices at a disney resort. a worker was caught on camera using a mop on the floors and then the dining room tables it happened at the art of animation resort. we talked to the guest that recorded the dirty work on his cell phone. >> anybody with any kind of common sense can see that is unsanitary. >> reporter: you see this member of the cleaning crew can be seen mopping the floor. and she takes the same. to wipe -- the same mop to wiping a table. >> there are thousands of people that walk those parks that day and they are full of diseases. >> reporter: he started writing
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but he never got a satisfying response. a spokesperson for the resort told me when they found you the about the incident, they immediately took action. they call it an isolated incident. disney tells me that the woman in the video is not a cast member and works for a third party vendor and she's no longer welcome here on disney property. we showed the video to paul cook, a retired health inspector. he told us that he has never seen anything like that. >> i would have immediately close that place and come in and retrain your employees on properly cleaning, sanitizing food service. >> reporter: would you close it? >> yes. we searched state records and found only a few minor violations at art of animation resort since it opened in 2012
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service area. this this is the new community director for apopka. he decided to run for the position and he received down. and the fdle said that the threats were not criminal. and there's a new wave of students flooding orange county classrooms and the district is struggling to meet their needs. enrollment is going up and they asked how the district is keeping up with the growing demand. >> reporter: here at freedom high school in orange county. 34 brand-new students have arrived in the past few weeks. they are not just learning a subject, they're learning how to speak english. >> reporter: as sarah wonderful
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lecture in her english class, she makes sure that students are getting it. >> it is not just translating, she understanding them the confidence. >> reporter: this report sent to the senators' office shows the demand for english as a second language is growing. >> there's a culture shock and language shock. >> reporter: and the report shows that the district has increased efforts to hire bilingual teachers and job pairs from puerto rico and -- to be fairs from puerto rico and others are here. and to help the students, state funding and federal grants to support them have remained the same. and some are wondering how long the district can keep up with the growth. in the meantime, these students
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>> this girl just arrived in the u.s. a month ago. >> you can do it. >> reporter: and she's getting the support that she needs. >> is it constant encouragement. you're going to be light years ahead of so many people because you speak two languages. senator darren soto sent us a statement saying we're working to boost construction funding and teacher pay on the state level to help with the new influx of predominately hispanic students. the mother of a jacksonville toddler that disappeared and later found dead will spend the next five years in prison. why they are boyfriend's parents say that she should have been given the same 20 year sentence he got. if you want more local news
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a volusia county mother will not be charged after her daughter and grand son drown while under her supervision. she was charged with manslaughter last july. and investigators said that she was sleeping with they are two- year-old daughter and one-year- old grandson slipped into the backyard and drown in a dirty pool. and now the prosecutors said there's not enough evidence is to support that charge. a local teacher said that he he's bullying in a classroom almost every day and he can not do about it and why -- he cannot do anything about it. and the school district is not doing enough to help him. we have a cold front to track. i'll let you know when it is coming in. first, here's an idea how to spend your day. to see your list go to
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it is going to nice today and 70s and partly cloudy skies and improving water temperatures that is a key in march and april when we start so get warmer water temperatures. four to six foot seas. and the rips will be low. and that is fantastic. and we have been at moderate rips for quite some time. so make sure that you enjoy your time at the beach. and we're starting out foggy and lots of clouds and lots of sunshine will break through and we'll top out at 74 degrees as we head into the 4:00 time frame. and after that, the fog lifts and you'll look at a beautiful day. and in downtown orlando, and the i40 corridor, we're
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75 for the high at 4:00 and along the coast in palm bay, we'll look at 73 for the high and a little more cloud coverage especially brevard county today. thousands are expected to campaign rally. it will be held at ufc arena. and event with the republican candidate is expected to attract a large number of protesters. >> reporter: you can start to hear people yell at me. a guy came up and got them going about why they don't support donald trump. people have been lining up since 1:45 this morning. and the supporters that want to go inside and watch the event. and donald trump is in wichita, kansas because of the kansas primary. that is one of four steps up for grabs today. and hurricane bertha healthcare
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sanders or battling out in two other states. as we learn to hear what donald trump supporters like. >> he's thinking of his kids, grandkids. when he goes, he is making sure they are of same opportunity i want for my grandchildren. >> reporter: and the line continues to grow. and we're expecting several thousand people out here. and the doors open for the public at noon and we expect donald trump to speak at 2:30 this afternoon. a local teacher said that he he's bullying in the class -- here's a reminder about the donald trump rally. at cfe arena at 2:30 this afternoon. a legal teacher said that he he's bullying in the classroom almost every day and he feels like the school district is not doing enough to help.
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parents told us that bullying never drove their middle school children to suicide. and the teacher said that he tries to stop the bullies. >> reporter: he does and he doesn't get very far and he wishes the school would give more direction on how to handle bullying. a robbins wood middle school teacher agreed to sit down and talk about bullying that he sees in his classroom. but we agreed to alter his voice and hide his face. this woman broke down in tears last week when she told us that her daughter got so sick of bullying that she tried to overdose on pills at mateland middle school. >> it makes me feel like a failure. >> reporter: and this woman told us that her son talked about killing himself because of bullying at robbins wood middle school. and the teacher said that they watched the stories and when
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doesn't get any where. >> home home racial slurs. >> i'm afraid that we'll hear they're not coming back because they're not here anymore. >> reporter: and we the district gave us a statement on the anti-bullying policy. we allow them to write statements on anything that they witness. the wife of an orange county deputy who was killed in the line of duty is pleading with state lawmakers to help other families. deputy scott pine was shot and killed two years ago. his widow said that his benifits are not enough for her and her of their three children and she is pushing for legislation to raise benefits
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right now is only half. >> our children's future how is not be a struggle because their dad was a hero and gave the ultimate sacrifice. >> the house has temperatured the bill to other provisions. and the senate said it could be tabled for another year. there could be a shakeup over a commissioner's new house t would require elected leaders to live within the city during the term. and it was brought up by commissioner bill brett who was in the process of building a new home outside the city. he could be annexed into the city but he said that he doesn't want that. so that means that he would have to resign. two siblings accused of stealing from a girl scout cash box were caught stealing the
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scout at a daytona wal-mart. nicholas delbrugge and ashley winters turned themselves in thursday night. and winters is out of jail on a $2,500 bond. but nicolas is still in jail. parents are under arrest for child abuse. the investigators said that the injuries came from the three older children rough housing with the child. the couple is also charged with failure to report child abuse. they have bonded out of jail. altamonte spring city leaders have set aside nearly half a million dollars to partner with uber and a one year pilot program. they will pay 20% of a ride that starts and ends within the city limits and they'll pay 25% for the residents. they stay is a win-win for residents and visitor.
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they're going to pay a a quarter on every dollar that you ride? hello. part of a busy downtown orlando road will be shut down as part of the i-4 ultimate project construction. and we'll show you how to
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the wind will be out at fives to 15 miles an hour. drivers in downtown orlando will get ready for another big change because of the i-4 ultimate project. crews will would be out there building bridges and they will be working on and on ramp from colonial dry to i-4. >> we're restructuring the entire corridor. this is a huge road for i4 so this big road meets up with another huge interstate. so we need to make sure that we have the traffic flowing. >> if you take garland north, you can take magnolia avenue. or if you take garland south, you can use orange avenue. bet all the updates on the i-4 ultimate project on wftv.com and click on the i-4 ultimate project link in the traffic section. republican front-runner donald trump and marco rubio
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we're asking which candidates the 80,000 new voters will likely favor.
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chris fear heath asks if florida's primary will help rubio or cruz. >> reporter: mark, let's get to the rubio does not have a lot of time left to seal the deal in florida. >> the sands of the hourglass is slipping through and he's in florida. but even rubio's campaign says we're losing to donald trump.
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>> the floridaans are voting and republicans are voting. about 450,000 republicans as of saturday morning and friday night maybe more. >> reporter: we reported this week that marco rubio finished second to donald trump. how significant is that? that is a strong set of republican voters. >> reporter: the guy that told me to pay attention to straw polls was rubio in 2010. >> >> reporter: how much is jeb bush casting a shadow over the sunshine state? >> i think there should be crede dense given to it. rubio needs a good media cycle. it will garner a lot of coverage. >> reporter: florida is a closed primary. does that help or hurt donald trump or rubio? >> i think it hurts donald
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however, just since january 1st, the florida republican party has added 82,000 new republican voters. almost all of them have switched from independence. what that tells you there are a lot of republican leaning independence, i want to make sure that i vote in the prime river and the rubio campaign and the donald trump campaign and a lot of political observers believe that profile of voter that was an independent that switched to being a republican that is probably a donald trump voter and not a rubio voter. you can catch christopher heath mark and will bring you the inside track on what is happy in the state. the orange county school superintendent said that public schools will get less monday than expected. expected. they reduced a budget plan for
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and they will help serve an additional 5,000 students but it will not gives teachers enough to raise. in mount dora, residents will start saving a few dollars on your electric bills. the city said that you'll save around 5:00 dollars a month. and they say there is declining natural gas prices. and more patrols will be in volusia county for the spring break season. the area is not as chaotic as it once was during spring break. but they are still monitoring underage drinking. the rip current risk is low but could increase through the weekend. 8:47. and you've been seeing it all morning. it will be a beautiful day to head to the beach. it is a little school still but we'll be wonder what will happen to the cool temperatures. but the downtown orlando life shot is beautiful.
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in especially southern counties map. our satellite and radar showing that we're just seeing a few of the south. the big picture, the area of north. and with that, it is allowing a northeasterly wind to travel into our neck. nice. 44 in marion county and the rest of us in the 50s. 62 in cocoa beach and we have seen this morning, up to a 14- degree temperature drop and we're down to ten degrees cooler at our 9:00 hour. and the next front will bring some cloud coverage in the region today, especially along the coastline and we'll look at the actual front pushing through and dropping our temperatures down a degree or two.
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so we'll not see rain for a week. and that will gift area high pressure -- give the area of high pressure plenty of time to build. and we'll build on this enorm news southwesterly -- enormous southwesterly flow this is the warmest weather of 2016 coming next week. orlando. and we'll warm up to a high of 78 degrees as we head into 5:00. in volusia county today, 72 in pearson and 69 in ormond breech and break away trail and hidden hills and it will be busy in daytona beach as bike week kicked off yesterday and we'll over the weekend. and it will be a cool morning 50s.
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forecast, a beautiful stretch of whether after tomorrow and into the week. in orange county, a large piece of empty land that used to be a bombing range may soon people. and the orlando city council approved a plan to build homes, offices and commercial space on the land behind me. and the development would be built neard to city middle -- built near odyssey middle school. >> reporter: odyssey middle school is where they found the bombs almost ten years ago. you can see a warning sign. it says potential hazard beyond and keep out. >> i knew there was a bomb range out here some are. but i never thought that my elected officials would allow for a development on a former bomb range.
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she did not find after she closed on her property that world war ii bombs. >> i was digging a hole and hit something hard and i just about had a heart attack. i think about that every single day. >> reporter: she's one of the many residents opposing plants to build 4,000 new home and apartments to build here. overcrowding at school. but they also have to worry that the place was once the bombing range used for bombing practice during world war ii. years ago we watch them detonate old bomb found nearby and the school district still refuses to build there. >> but the officials reassured that everything will be handled. >> we have the guys retained to do the work are the most
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>> reporter: they project that orlando's population will jump 24% in the next 15 years and current residents want more reassurance before the shovels go in the ground. >> we're not saying that it should not be build. but we need to resolve some issues and give us the opportunity to work through the issues. here's a live look from our tower camera overlooking downtown orlando. marina jurica will have a look at our weekend weather after the weekend break. you can intertact with marina jurica and me this morning. here's a look what the is happening at central florida and the weeks ahead.
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donald trump will be at the ucf arena. he is going to speak to thousands of people. an orange county teacher said that bullying has gotten out of control. and we told you how two different parents of middle-age students claimed that bullying nearly drove their children to commit suicide. and the robbins wood middle school teacher said that bullying is out of control in his classroom. and he said that school officials have not made it these situations. and opening weekend is finally here for the orlando city soccer club. and the team said there are fewer than 5,000 tickets remaining for the opener tomorrow.
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big game. and r dq, central florida's 27 city. and we'll have live coverage afternoon. this weekend. we could the no have asked for any better weather. let's take a look at your five- day forecast. it is going to be beautiful for orlando city's open tomorrow and it starts at 1:30 and the match will be perfect. afternoon high of 78. it will be a little cooler tomorrow because of a dry cold front that is moving through in the morning and believe it or not, and we're talking mid-to upper 80s by the end of the workweek and next week. so hello summer coming in the middle of next week.
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good morning, america. happening right now, the they're voting in five states today. will it be another trump triumph? >> did you get him out? >> overnight his rally turned the biggest conservative gathering. >> someone told him megyn kelly was going to be here. extend her lead over bernie sanders. is this his do-or-die moment? shocking find. the new twist in the infamous o.j. simpson murder case. that knife allegedly found

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