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killed, his car stolen. what polic e are doing to track those suspects right now. >> a mansion goes up in flames. we are live at that scene showing you the work going on to figure out what started that huge fire fire. >> thank you for joining us so early. how is it going? >> good morning. i have a couple of things to pass along. >> dealing with fog. we are pinpointing fog across central florida, reduced visibilities. this won't last all morning. after 10:00, things look better. it could get worse after 7:00, 8:00. we are seeing more reduced visibility in parts of volusia county and in flagler county. both areas in palm coast as well as daytona beach seeing visibilities down to a half mile or less. watch out there. also brevard county, visibilities down to a quarter mile.
mile. add some time to your drive in the next few hours. off. we'll see sun mixed with clouds. we'll heat up. it is all about the heat with no rain. by 85. coming up, we'll talk about rain returns as early as tomorrow. we could use it with the fire threat. first, let's check on the roads and head over to amy in the traffic center. yesterday. >> for sure. >> yesterday was tough. now that fog gives us some concern. heading out the door, a couple of extra minutes, definitely going to be a good idea. we have a traffic signal failure right in orlando over on millennial by oak ridge road. keep that in mind if you are traveling nice and early through that area. this is how i-4 looks, construction is moved off of the roadway. by para, moving along well. these are westbound cars, a
that is your check on traffic. back to you. >> right now, the search is on for suspects after a home invasion in orlando ends with one man injured and his dog killed. it happened in the last few hours at the park at cambridge apartments. police tell us two suspects forced their way in, robbed the victim and stole his car. investigators say as they were leaving they shot and killed his dog. he was not shot. police are now trying to find the victim's 2004 mercedes. we are staying on top of this. we'll bring you updates as we get them. >> the results are in, donald trump picks up a big win. he not only won florida in an overwhelming fashion but he took three of the five states up for grabs, with one state too close to call. >> those victorors mean it is the end of the road for marco rubio.
ahead, they turned out to be accurate. >> those poll numbers were called early in the sunshine state. we fwin with the big winner, that's donald trump. he took home nearly 46% of the vote. his next closest challenger was marco rubio. the florida senator finished a distant second with 27% of the vote. a disappointing night for him. the loss was enough for him to bow out of the race for the white house late last night. >> tonight, it is clear while we are on the right side this year, we will not be on the winning side. >> after a big loss, marco rubio ending his bid for the presidency. looking beyond the primary fight. >> the fact is we have to bring our party together. we have to bring it together. >> trump's win adds 99 delegates to the billionaire's total.
in the winner take all state of ohio, it was governor john kasich coming out on top. the win keeping him in the race. >>ive to thank the people of the great state of ohio. i love you. >> as the presidential field narrows for republicans, all three candidates picked up delegates on tuesday, senator ted cruz now calling on rubio supporters and maintaining the race is a two person person. >> only two campaigns have a plausible path to the white house, ours and donald trump's. >> hillary clinton took away nearly 65% of the vote to bernie sanders's 33%. i'll break down the numbers county by county and tell us what the numbers mean in the delegate count later this year. >> it was a big night for clinton. as mark mentioned with victories in florida but illinois, north
she holds a narrow lead in missouri which is too close to call. watch the results roll in from south florida and have our sights set on trump for a faceoff in november. >> our next president has to bring our country together so we can all share in the promise of america. we should be breaking down barriers, not building walls. by dividing this country between us and them. >> as for sanders, despite the losses, he is not dropping out. a spokesperson says they are focusing on the next big races in arizona, idaho and utah. >> supervisor of elections is defending the decision not to extend voting hours last night. that's despite problems at polling places. a computer glitch is being blamed for not sending enough ballots to voting locations. that meant some people got turned away. we went right to the supervisor to get answers for you about how
again. >> we know we send the numbers to the printer with them reversed. we got back what we sent to them. we should have done a better job of checking those numbers against our request. >> a lot of people are still very upset behind this. at one point, there was a request to extend voting until 8:00. officials decided in the end that was not necessary. >> our coverage of f primary night, your election headquarters has county by county results all for you right there. all you have to do is check out our home page. that's clickorlando.com, again, powered as always by news 6. >> a historic mansion goes up in flames. >> we are talking about a 10,000 square foot home. this morning, firefighters are working to figure out how it caught fire. the mansion called the pumpkin center is located right on the water at third street south and
that's where we find kirsten. firefighters have been at the scene all night. >> that's right. we have been talking with them all night. they are putting out hot spots with water. above, they are spraying water down to the property. they still have it completely taped off and we even heard some of that water coming through this area a moment ago because we are so close to that property. the fire fight was almost entirely in the dark last night. this morning will be the first time crews will have light on what is left out there. this is a look at when firefighters were out here, generating an orange glow that could be seen for miles. the fire chief tells us he got calls from a couple of towns over because they could see the smoke and that glow. the estate was once owned by florida today and u.s. today
newheart who passed away. it was sold as the most xns home in brevard county. it is now considered a total loss, at least worth $5 million. >> the community was behind the new owners preserving the history of the pumpkin center. obviously, that won't be the case now. >> the fire chief tells us they believe the home was empty and under renovations. you heard about the impact they had on the community. coming up, we'll tell you more about how the community is reacting and how they are trying to salvage what was once a landmark in brevard county. >> a day care teacher is facing charges. a mom says she wants the day care to be held responsible for not reporting abuse against her daughter. >> my mom is scared. i said, why are you scared? she said because one of the
have accidents in my pants. >> clark said the teacher at noah's arc center spanked her child for having potty training issues. reps claim they called dcf, but clark said she ended up filing the report. kimberly banta is facing charges. she is still employed by the day care. >> firefighters in palm bay are calling a string of fires suspicious. four homes were damaged in one of those fires, that inferno caused $300,000 worth of damage and torched 45 acres. they don't believe these fires are occurring naturally. they are working a number of leads to figure out how they may have started. >> the magic got a win after a tough west coast swing. the magic welcome the nuggets to the amway center. orlando's bench would come up big in this game. back up power four jason smith
he put up 25 points to help the magic win. orlando is back in action tonight at charlotte, tipoff is set for 7:00. >> the fog is moving in. let's check in with troy bridges in the pinpoint weather center. >> we are seeing more and more florida. a lot of low level moisture. it will be reducing visibilities, you can see with a live camera in high definition, a lot of haze and cloudiness. that will continue to get worse, likely as we get closer to 7:00, 8:00 this morning. we are at 69. a good bit of cloud cover across central florida. here are the visibilities, down to a half mile in ocala and the villages as well as palm coast and daytona beach. looking better in brevard county than earlier. still in southern breftd, we are dealing with reduced visibilities. the bus stop is looking good. we'll deal with fog. if you are driving near any bus stops, take it slow. there will be kids standing out there.
warming to 89 by 4:00 today. wear short sleeves and shorts if you can because the heat will be the big story with a good bit of sun. we'll talk about rain returning tomorrow for st. patrick's day. first let's check on the roads and head over to amy in the napleton traffic center thank you very much. we'll get to that in a second. i want to let you know about delays around investigation work from a serious overnight accident. it is still going on on 192 around four winds boulevard. there might be personnel on the roadway. as you can see we have an official warning for hazardous driving conditions. i-95 around the wickham road area this morning. taking you outside to the expressway by hiawassee, we are looking very nice. this shows you the general amount of volume we have which is still not a lot. that is your check on traffic. back to you. >> president obama could be closer to naming a supreme court nominee.
>> orlando police are searching for two suspects after a violent home invasion happened on conway road. police say the suspects forced their way into one apartment and shot and killed the victim's dog before stealing this man's car. they are trying to find the car. we'll bring you any updates as they come in. >> also breaking overnight, we have learned president obama nominee for the supreme court justice spot as earl as today. >> the announcement would follow the death of antonin scalia.
month. his replacement has been a hot button issue. there are currently four liberal and four conservative judges on the bench with a ninth justice holding a potentially critical swing vote. congressional republicans have vowed to block any nominations until a new president is in office. >> taxes will soon go up for county. last night voters approved a 1% increase in the sales tax, taking it from 6% to 7%. the four year hike is is expected to take in more than $166 million with the money going to road repairs and other projects in the area. the tax hike goes into effect on january 1. >> a planned downtown campus has cleared its last hurdle. governor scott signed off on a budget including $20 million in funding. governor scott vetoed funding last year. ucf president john hit called the approval one of the most important milestones in ucf history.
veto list, other projects were not so lucky. governor scott vetoed $266 million from the budget, including 55 million legislators wanted for economic twoment projects, 10 million for proposed quiet zone improvements along a rail line and money for research and incubator research at ucf. >> they say it is one of the hardest events in rodeo. >> that's what teens did at the cav scramble. look at those jeans. the scramble grab hold and harness a calf. this is not the calf they catch but rodeo sponsors give youngsters 1500 to go out and buy a calf of their cheesing. they spend a year raising the calf and they bring them to the
>> those things don't want you to catch them. >> got to be brave. >> which one is moving slowly? well, today is going to be a great day other han the heat. we are starting off with fog. that will be an issue likely through 10:00 this morning and outdoors. watch out, it is going to be sunny and hot again. look at this great storm pin photo yesterday in cocoa from deb's picks, blue sky, sunshine. the pet and the heat having a tough time. bring them in if you can. this is jake, the labradoodle. >> he knew what to do. he got in that water. go, jake. if you can get in water, today is the day to do it. rip current risk will be low.
89 will be the high in orlando. we are not likely to be anywhere close to the record. yesterday we got up to 89 degrees. it was the hottest day since early november. a lot of heat yesterday and more is to come. we'll be closer to records in the upper 80's, mid 80's. watch out for that if you are out and about. it is going to be a scorcher again today. watch out this morning if you are hitting the roads within the next few hours. liable through 10:00, we'll pinpoint fog. the worst of it where we see visibilities down to a half mile. we were seeing reduced visibilities in melbourne. now it is looking better better. 69 is the temperature in orlando. it is 66 in ocala. 67 in daytona beach. what about the rest of today? here is the pinpoint accurate forecast. >> we draw your attention to the sky. notice blue sky sunny skies a
up to 89 by 4:00. again, that record is 94 so not quite near that today. into tonight, still 95 as late as 10:00. a warm night tonight if you are making some evening plans. the model data trying to paint rain. it is picking up on added moisture. we'll see clouds mixed in with sun a lot like yesterday. early in the morning tomorrow, once again, low level moisture leading to fog. we'll watch that closely. 85 in ocala for the high, getting up to 88 in sanford. in daytona beach, here's the planning forecast. a high of 85 with a 30% chance for rain. rain chances at 40% on friday. spring arrives on sunday. it will be feeling like it. 76 for the high, a 50% chance for rain both weekend days. let's check on the roads with amy in the traffic center. good morning, amy. >> good morning, troy. good morning to you at home.
at least on these couple of live cameras, it has approved of the last hour as you take a live look at i-95 at palm bay road. it is lifted here. again, still a couple of extra minutes in brevard county, not the worst of ideas. elsewhere, moving along well except for here, we have delays around an accident investigation on 192. your drive times for i-4 now that construction has picked up, they are right as they should be. be. >> we are just days away from central florida's largest country music festival. >> we are upping the ante. if you still have a chance to win a grand prize, including vip party passes. go to clickorlando.com and donate to a veterans community, a local organization that provides safe stable housing for veterans. when you give, you are entered
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>> the skies are mostly clear, the birds have been attacked. attacked. >> i love that laugh. during the morning forecast, a bird landed on the sky camera giving him quite the scare. he seems to be taking it all in stride, saying the experience reminded him of alfred hitchcock's film. >> i probably would have laughed too. a home invasion turns violent. >> what they are doing to track down suspects and burned to the ground, what we are learning about an iconic mansion that has now been reduced to rubble. plus -- >> the fact is, we have to bring our party together. we have to bring it together. >> donald trump looks towards the general election. we'll explain what the results of battleground tuesday means moving forward. you are watching news 6 getting
>> a big win in the sunshine state for donald trump and florida's winner take all primary. >> as one republican celebrates, another ends his bid for the white house. >> gunmen storm an apartment, rob a man and shoot and kill his dog. the search is on to find those suspects. it is 6:30 on this wednesday. i'm bridgett ellison. >> i'm david hall. >> troy and amy are here with us. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> i think we are both watching that fog. we have a couple of things i'll pass along as far as the commute goes. >> visibilities down to areas in parts of brevard county down to a quarter of a mile. we could see visibilities worse within the next half-hour. we'll watch that. the heat getting up near 90 once again. let's get you out the door and show you what we are pinpointing. you can see the haze and moisture in the atmosphere in the form of fog with the view in downtown orlando at 69 degree right now with a west wind at about 7 miles an hour from that vantage point.
again, visibilities down to a half mile to at times a quarter of a mile in areas there of flagler county and northern volusia county. that's palm coast and daytona beach. we have seen reduced visibilities in southern brevard county. so far, we are looking pretty good. we'll continue to watch this across central florida. take some time, leave early if you can so you get there safely and on time. watch out for the kids at the bus stop. they may be standing close to the record. 85 at noon. 89 at 4:00 with a good bit of sun mixed in. rain returns tomorrow. we'll talk more about rain chances increasing through the rest of the week. let's check on the roads and head over to amy. >> i'm watching volume fill in. i was noticing fog earlier. we have a hazardous driving conditions warning for i-95 working in the area of wickham road. i want you to keep that in mind traveling outside. also we have some delays around
night crash. that is on 192 at four winds boulevard. be prepared for a slow down potentially and taking a look outside at i-4, coming to life, filling in ever so slightly. this is out by state road 46. these are westbound cars picking up and coming towards you. you. >> we have breaking news from overnight in orlando. two gunmen storm into an apartment rob a person inside and shot and kill his dog. it happened at cambridge apartment. officers tell news 6 the victim suffered minor injuries after one of the gunmen hit him in the head. they took off in his car. the suspects were last seen driving a 2004 silver mercedes with florida tag 479 me. if you know something, call police. >> now to results 2016. it is over when it comes to marco rubio's bid. the florida senator dropped out of the race last night.
taking home 46% of the vote compared to rubio's 27%. it was a big night for trump as he inches closer to the republican nomination. >> trump won big last night in three state, the biggest in florida. he took home 46% of the vote. last night he was quick to point that out to the crowd. he says that is pretty good for having four people still in the race. >> when i don't get over 50, we have over four people. we have four people. do you understand that? when i get 53, this one is an example, i had 53 and that's with four people. that is an amaze achievement. >> wufrp trump was at home here. no protesters because everybody is a club member. he told the crowd of about 500 he was amazed at the voter turnout. he says the world is watching
keep up this pace of chris crossing the country for votes now. >> we'll win, win, win and we are not stopping. we'll have great victories for our country. thank you very much, everybody. >> trump also said at the podium he is enjoying this. he says he is having fun and he was gracious about congratulating marco rubio for running a tough campaign. >> as for rubio, he congratulated trump for his victory. erik was there as that announcement surprised some of his biggest supporters. >> marco rubio's concession was a disappointment to the hundreds of people who crowded the arena. he said his wok isn't over. still that disappointment was big.
as she heard the news that marco rubio was bowing out of the race. she wasn't alone. when rubio announced he was suspending his campaign, there was an audible gasp. he said he had hope he may have made a difference. >> the fact that i have come this far is evidence of how special america truly is. all the reason more why we must do all we can to ensure this nation remains a special place. i ask the america people, do not give into the fear. do not give into the frustration. >> what is is next for marco rubio? a lot of the republican analysts predicting rubio may make a run for the governor's mansion. that would catapult him to the spotlight again. last night, he spent the night
that's where he'll wake up this morning. as for the democrats, it was a runaway win for hillary clinton. she took home 64% of the vote easily beating bernie sanders bernie sanders sanders. clinton has been declared the winner in four of five states. we want to go to mark lehman who has been going over these returns. it really wasn't close here. >> not close at all. we have been talking about trump taking 46% of the vote to marco rubio's 27. i want to share how this breaks down. the only county rubio won was his home in miami-dade where he took 67.7% of the vote. here in orange county, trump took nearly 40% of the vote. a similar result in seminole county and up in volusia, he took more than 50% of the vote.
mentioned, it was a runaway victory for hillary clinton. she took nearly 65% of the vote. early poll numbers show her with a 30 point lead that not only held true but she exceeded that. bernie sanders got 33%. when we break that down county by county, sanders took a handful of counties in the panhandle. in central florida, it went to clinton. she took nearly 60% in brevard county and in osceola county, nearly 70%. these results gave her campaign a boost going forward. >> as you know, florida was a winner take all state which means donald trump got all 99 delegates. that puts his total at 621 to ted cruz at 396. on the democratic side, hillary clinton seems unstoppable now
bernie sanders's 800. sanders says he'll remain in the race until the convention later this year. >> news 6 is your election headquarters. we put the full results on clickorlando.com. look for the special results 2016 coverage on the home page. >> the flames could be seen for miles. the estate known as the pumpkin center is located on the water along a1a and has been a landmark for decades. kirsten, any idea what caused this? >> that's going to be the main focus for the rest of the day as the state fire marshal comes out when the daylight shows and they have a good look at the property. it is going to be first time they'll see the full property in light. let's give you a look at what it looked like as crews arrived. we want to show you what they were dealing with when this 10,000 square foot 11 bedroom
the fire was seen for miles away and smoke was picked up on weather radar. this was owned by al newheart who recently passed away. it was sold as the most expensive home in brevard county and is now considered at least a $5 million loss. people who gathered out here to see those flames say it was a landmark, they hoped to restore. >> i have the first piece of destruction i have seen. it is definitely more real than you see in the movies. >> i used to walk by. i used to walk the beach every day, walk past here. >> the fire chief tells us the home was believed to be empty. they are spraying water on this area. they are looking for hot spots this morning as this investigation continues.
planning to take their time with this investigation, make it thorough because it is a large piece of property. we will be out here and cover any developments on our website. >> a very sad story for this community. >> drivers along i-95 in volusia county are being warned to be careful after a brush fire ignited. the fire started last night near maytown road. so far, firefighters say it has burned about 30 acres. there are no plans to close the sper state because of the smoke. crews are keeping a close watch on those conditions. >> troy, we are feeling the heat yet again. yesterday was the hottest we have had since november, early november in orlando. yesterday we made it up to 89. the last time we were that hot was november 7. also melbourne yesterday, 89 the last time we were that hot was november 2. today we'll do that again. after we burn off some of this
reduced visibilities in northern zones flagler county down to a half mile when you talk about visibilities. watch out. add some time to get there safely and on time. we'll burn the fog off. at the bus stop, up to 89 degrees. it is about the heat. short sleeves and shorts in other words. coming up we'll talk about rain chances for tomorrow. >> traffic trouble expected across the nation's capital today. >> plus family and friends gather to remember a central florida teen shot and killed. the message they have for the 15-year-old's killer. >> we are staying on top of breaking news coming out of orlando as two gunmen on the run after a violent home invasion. the victim was robbed and his dog was shot and killed. an update on this investigation is coming up next.
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>> we are continuing to follow this breaking news story for updates we'll bring them to you here on the air and online at clickorlando.com, powered by news 6. >> workers in and around the nation's capital will have a tougher time getting to and from the office today. right now, the d.c. metro system is completely shut down and it will stay that way until tomorrow morning. these ladies will not be smiling about that. this is also so safety officials can inspect equipment after a fire on monday. they will be looking at 600 different jumper cables to see if any of them deteriorated and are at risk for sparking another fire. officials are calling the closure inconvenient, they are saying it is necessary. officials say 700 passengers use this metro every weekday. it is expected to reopen at 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. >> a memorial for a teen shot
his body left on an ocoee sidewalk. the 15-year-old was gunned down avenue. his family and friends gathered at one of his favorite places to remember him. they said he had an infectious personality and they are vowing schooler. >> h didn't get a chance to live his life. they took his voice but they didn't take ours. >> davis' family tells news 6 they have a good idea who may have done this but so far deputies haven't made any arrests. >> it is now a bit easier to travel to cuba. the obama administration just announced it is easing travel and financial restrictions with the communist country. the new rules may mean americans will visit cuba for educational purposes. it allows cuban citizens to earn a salary and makes it easier for
the changes come days before president obama's planned trip to cuba making him the first american president to do so in 88 years. >> if you send text messages you probably use an emoji or two. >> shut the front door. >> 13-year-old mercer allows you to pair emoejis with sound. it has a feature that lets you record your own. >> maybe you can figure out what some of them mean. because a lot of them, what does that mean? especially that one that looks like chocolate ice cream, is that what it is? >> i don't think that's what it is. >> you can't say what it is op tv. >> sorry i brought that up. we'll be dealing with heat, also patches of fog. in fact, visibilities are
zones right now, down to a half mile in flagler county and in areas of northern volusia county. look at the heat we are in for once again. not quite a record in orlando. we are going to get up to 89 degrees. the record set in 1921 is 94. that's for orlando. melbourne today will make it up to 87, closer to that record of 90 and daytona beach will make it to 86 close to the record of 90. fog is a concern, especially in our northern zones. daytona beach, palm coast, both seeing visibilities down to a half mile or less. other spots seeing reduced visibility with patches of fog moving back in and out and back in again. likely into 7:00, 8:00 we'll see more of this. at 10:00, we burn a lot of this off. here are the temperatures, warm, muggy conditions. it is 68 in sanford. 69 in orlando. 66 in ocala. daytona beach right now at 67. it is 68 in melbourne. the rest of today is heating up
good mix of sun and clouds. we'll see clouds building in through the afternoon. we'll see the sun getting through to get us to 85 at noon. 89 by 4:00 today. tonight, a warm night in store with no rain chances across the board board. there's the clouds and rain forecast. you see green, normally that indicates rain. this is picking up on the moisture in the atmosphere. we'll see clouds on and off into the evening hours. early in the morning tomorrow, we'll begin to see fog developing again again. we'll be here at 4:56 to get you out the door safely and get you where you are going on time. ocala up to 85. 88 further inland. 89 in orlando. 87 in melbourne. a warm day, you may want to go to the pool, you may want to go to the beach. the good thing with the beaches,
tomorrow is st. patrick's day. 85 for the high. rain chances go up a bit for friday, saturday and sunday, 40% chance for rain rain. highs cooling back down in time for spring as it arrives. we'll see a high of 76 degrees on sunday. let's check on the roads now and head over to amy in the napleton traffic center. amy, some fog to deal with. you have other issues as well. >> we have other issues clearing out of the way. poing is the main concern for now and what the impact of that might be. here is that fog that troy and i have been talking about. it is hanging out over i-95. this is by 520. yeah, it is out there. if you are traveling, a couple of extra minutes will be
>> we continue to follow breaking news, police searching for two suspects after a violent home invasion. the suspects broke into an apartment, they shot and killed his dog before getting away in his car. police are trying to track down those suspects. they believe they are in a 2004 silver mercedes. it is one of the big stories we
>> mark? >> it was a big night for donald trump. take a look, the republican front runner running away and taking nearly 46% of the vote. in fact, trump had victories in three of five states up for grabs and is leading in missouri where the race is is too close to call. marco rubio announced he is ending his campaign for the white house. it was a big night for hillary clinton. she secured the win and that possibly paves the way for a sweep from all of the voting last night. we'll have a complete update. >> firefighters spent all night on the scene after a mansion goes up in flames.
miles. it was under renovations. firefighters say no one was hurt but the cause of the fire is not known at this time. any updates we get from firefighters we will post to our website, clickorlando.com, powered pi news 6. >> we have a lot of dry brush, also heat so the fire threat will continue. the good news, it won't be as windy. we warm to 85 at noon. we are all the way up to 89 at 4:00, more than 10 degrees above where we should be. rain returns tomorrow. >> getting word of a crash happening on lee vista boulevard. definitely keep that in mind heading out the door. we'll see if any delay begins to form around that. >> thanks for joining us. when you are on the go, getting breaking news and weather powered by news 6. it is central florida's number one choice for news online. have a wonderful day.