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>> justin: breaking right now on the morning news, one person is dead after a shooting in a gentleman' s club. that' s straight ahead. and a teen gunned down by another teen. what we' re learning about the victim as police make an arrest. good morning. i' m justin warmoth alongside meteorologist candace campos. thanks for waking up with us this morning. candace, later we' ll have an interesting story. seeing a whale up close in the wild can be a life- changing moment but we' ll tell you why one whale encounter is being
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now you were living in oregon before this. >> candace: yes. >> justin: did you see whale sightings before this? >> candace: there were seasons. i was never a lucky one. it' s hit and miss. >> justin: it' s a bucket list. >> candace: especially to take the boat and see them up close and personal. >> justin: all right, yesterday wet. it' s soggy. >> and then it is going to be muddy and everyone having a good time and as we look here and then it is going to be isolated around town and it is going to be most of the rain with showers and wawe see right now with moderate rain stretching from leesburg through lake catherine. you can see eustis and isolated showers and port orange and i- 95 and the i-
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but further south through daytona and new smyrna beach, everyone dealing with moderate rain as well. further south through clermont and near the roster and it is to see scattered showers through the bulk and then it is going to the north and then it is going to be expected for today. then it is going to see through them with the front that clears. and then it is going to the first spring front. and then temperatures are going to take a drop and then it' s timing with the front. >> breaking news overnight in orlando. orange county deputies investigating the deadly shooting at the diamond club at north cimarron boulevard. this is video just coming in from the scene. when deputies arrived they say they found 3 male victims with gunshot wounds.
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scene and two men taken to the hospital in critical condition. initial reports say 3 motorcycle groups may have been involved in a fight prior to the shooting. at this point no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing. we' ll pas along any updates once we know more. a 15- year- old girl is dead after being shot by the 16- year- old. that suspect is now in police custody on sheila hills drive. we talked to neighbors who were shocked by the tragedy. year- old is we don' t know much about the t shooter' s name, the relationship to the victim or what led up to this fatal shooting. the second home on shieeler hills drive. investigators say the shooting
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>> you saw a bunch of cop cars and house is blocked off with yellow at a and i' m like what is this? >> the suspect was charged with second degree murder. investigators haven' t released the shooter' s name. the neighbor kyle byerses he went to wachiva high school with destiny where she was a freshmen. >> last time i saw her was wednesday. she was rushing and running with a friend laughing and giggling like nothing was wrong. and all of a sudden it' s like she' s gone. >> they worked late into the night work og evidence inside and around the home. authorities also questioned witnesses. neighbors tell news 6 a man and several children lived there the last few months seeing them walking around the neighborhood and bike. they don' t know if they knew each other or lived in the house and are still figuring out what led up to the fatal shooting. destiny' s classmates say she
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bus every morning. police say they' re not looking for anymore suspects in her murder. for the latest we' ll post online at clickorlando.com powered by news 6. reporting in apopka, i' m amanda castro, news 6. >> justin: and this is the second teen killed in less than a week by gunfire in orange county. last week a 16- year- old was shot in in ocoee. the shooter will likely be charged as an adult for the shooting death of antoine davis. anderson was selling marijuana to davis that night when he was shot and killed. he was later found lying on the sidewalk in lakewood avenue. tips from the community led them to the suspects. shirley anderson' s boyfriend gave information on his whereabouts. his girlfriend charged with accessory and tampering with evidence.
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police continue to investigate a deadly shooting in the orlando apartment complex. he later died from his injuries at the hospital. they say bell was targeted and not a random act. detectives have located what they believe is the suspect' s vehicle but won' t give more information. if you have more information call deputies. and an innocent bystander was shot while working on a fence next to the magnolia court apartments. we' re told the victim had just had a baby this week. police quickly caught the accused shooter, jaquell ward. he' s charged with attempted murder. scary moments for florida boaters. the u.s. coast guard tweeted out these photos yesterday. we' re told 5 people were rescued when the boat overturned and sank 7 miles
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re able to get all 5 out of the water. wild stuff. caught on camera, surveillance video shows a man trying to break a window at donald trump' s campaign headquarters in jacksonville. in this video you can see the man throwing a trash can into the glass door and ended up breaking the glass. we' re told even a taco was thrown at the window. so far no arrests have been made. now to volusia count wre this morning a biker is reunited with his bird thanks to the community getting results. then posting flier and the parent disappeared during bike week. we' re told someone turned him into the seminole county bird sanctuary. mike posted this picture thanking the grace of god for returning spike. yesterday the first 8 teams punched their ticket to the sweet 16 as this year' s ncaa tournament continues to put the march in madness. some of the games happening right here on news 6.
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state, the university of miami held on to win over wichita state, 55- sketch despite the shocker rally and in the battle of 2 power house programs, the indiana hoosiers defeated the kentucky wildcats 73- 67. you can catch more exciting march madness action right here on news 6 later today. coverage starts at noon. let' s check back in with candace campos. good morning, candace. >> candace: yesterday we had the big screen tv with march madness and they were coming up and i thought they want to meet me! no, they want to watch the game. i can understand that. thank you to everyone who came out. most people who probably came out are not up yet because they were out partying late last night with kenny chesney! looking at temperatures with the upper 60s around town and ailts bit warm at least by this time of the year and the early morning hours but we are going to be seeing a big- time cool down ahead in the forecast. for today, temperatures will
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by 4 p.m. we will see a decent chance of a few scattered showers like we' re seeing right now in the early morning hours. a few peeks by lunch time and then skies start clearing outad temperatures will be dropping. as well rain chances dropping through monday and tuesday and wednesday. how cool will it get through next week? you need to grab a jacket. details in a few minutes. >> justin: all right, candace, see you then. coming up the spacecoast with another rocket launch this week. what' s behind ula' s latest mission. but first the latest on the
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>> justin: this morning authorities overseas are investigating what led to a deadly passenger jet crash early saturday morning. the crash killed everyone on board and the pilot who was expecting his first child had reportedly just accepted a job with another airline. chris van kleef has the latest from washington. >> reporter: a camera caught the final moments of the flight dubai 1981. 4 passengers were children and 7 crew members died in the crash. >> everyone in our company is
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>> while the impact pulverized the i- 37, they quickly recovered the data recorder and voice recorder. it happened two hours after it was scheduled to arrive outside moscow. based on flight path data it appears it made an unsuccessful attempt to land and circle for a considerable amount of time before a second attempt. the plane ended up about 800 feet short of the runway in bad weather. that included rain and strong wind gusts. an american team from the national transportation safety board and f.a.a. are joining the investigation. chris van kleef, washington d.c.. >> justin: pilot error, technical failure and bad weather conditions are being looked at to the cause. now in paris where just hours after the capture in belgium, the top suspect in the deadly terrorist attacks is
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murder. he was released from the neighbor yesterday morning after a fierce gun battle. the french president said paris prosecutors will seek extradition to france for trial. his lawyer says they' ll fight the extradition but say some of the victims of the paris attacks believe the process will happen fairly quickly. >> and it will take less time which is good. not only families, but victims themselves. they want to have an answer. they have a loot of questions. >> justin: the - - lot of questions. >> justin: the coordinated attacks killed 130 people. abaslanwanted to kill himself at the paris stadium but backed out. the lift off from the cave. the united launch alliance will send the signal carrying i.s.s. supplies into orbit. ula launched the last cargo
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this is video from that launch. the it will mark the fifth cargo mission for nasa. the atlas 5 rocket opens at 7 and favorable weather conditions. in your consumer watch tomorrow, apple is set to unveil a new line of iphones, but this time you can expect a smaller upgrade. the headliner is expected to be a smaller version of the iphone followed by a smaller version of the ipad pro. the event will take place at the campus and a modest venue that holds fewer places than other population locations and starts at 1 p.m. eastern time. the leader of the catholic church is going after new followers, this time on instagram using the name franticus. he posted a photo of himself with the message "pray for me" in 9 languages. the pontiff said he wants to walk with the followers along the way that god' s mercy and tenderness.
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followers in under 12 hours. this is pope francis' second social media account. he also has a twitter! you follow him on twitter? he has a ton of twitters. he has a bunch because they' re all in different languages. >> i wonder what the latest instagram filter will be. >> justin: if you had an interview with pope francis, first off i want to start with this. this is big time. what instagram filter do you like the best? tanning beds are good. re not!
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yesterday because it was so bad outside. for the record i did not go to the tanning bed yesterday and we joke because he says he' s going to go and then doesn' t go. it' s muggy with a few showers around and pockets of moderate to heavy rain but today officially the first day of spring so happy spring time everybody! we finally made it through our very tough, tough winter. i' m being sarcastic. it was not bad but might be the last hurrah with the temperatures to get out and enjoy it. we' re seeing it make it through
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showers and muggy and that will change towards leesburg and remember darker the shades indicate stronger storms and port orange with moderate rain and deltona with isolated showers and moderate rain in oakland and ocoee and a bit further inland up and down i- 4. if you have morning plans drive a little slow out there because the roadways will be slick from last night and this morning' s rain. so here it is. what is going on and the radar still making it in over the panhandle and scattered showers and muggy conditions under the southerly winds but because of that we' ll see early rain around and still staying mostly cloudy for most of the day and maybe a few peeks of sunshine compared to yesterday and come monday and tuesday will be the cool down as the breeze really starts to pick up. see with the clouds and the rain forecast by 10:00 only a few peeks of sunshine looking
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the pop up showers can be expected by 6- 7:00 later on this evening but look what happens with the skies really clearing out and dry air starts to filter in with the strong northerly breeze and helps to drop down the temperatures with the overnight lows coming in in the 40s later on this week. if you' re heading out to the beach, do be aware it' s a high risk of rip currents. that' s the big concern for today and that' s the latest at 10- 15. throughout the day it' s warming up at 79 . rain chances will start to drop throughout the afternoon. the highest chance will be earlier in the morning. so northerning rain followed by those evening clouds. where you live by 4 p.m., not as warm as it' s been over the last couple of weeks. the temperatures are going to be into the upper 70s and 80 in kissimee. ll be cooling down into the low 60s but as you look here at the 7 day forecast, overnight lows start dropping into the 50s and then the 40s possibly come monday and tuesday and the big concern will be deteriorating marine conditions come monday and tuesday.
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fantastic, not the best day to be out on the boat but you can sit back and take in the sun rays later on in the week. tell be a little warmer for that. >> justin: good stuff. thank you so much. no tanning bed. still to come, president obama scheduled to touch down in cuba today. how the historic trip will impact the communist country next. and as we head to break last night' s winning lotto
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>> justin: president obama is expected to arrive in cuba later on today. the historic visit is expected to usher in a new era of openness between the u.s. and the communist country. already cuban and american companies are preparing for what could be the post dramatic changes in cuban life in generations. chris martinez is in havana with the story. >> reporter: walk around havana and change is hard to miss from the renovation of hotels to the opening of new restaurants, cuba seems poised to begin a new era of tourism. one with americans on the guest list. >> you know between cuba and the united states. >> reporter: tour groups are everywhere. many from the u.s. havana' s biggest port, once pollution plagued, has been
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welcomes luxury cruise ships weekly. and as u.s. airlines wait for the green light to begin service to cube acharter flights are in - - cuba, charter flights are in demand. honey moss runs a travel company in miami. >> people want to go someplace different. they' ve heard about cuba and they all want to go because of the food and the music. >> reporter: since the start of the year one million tourists have visited the island. that' s about a third of what they saw in all of 2015. the owner of this restaurant in havana says business has doubled in recent months. many customers are americans like these college students from new orleans. he believes more tourists from the u.s. could help reignite the cuban economy. >> i think it is important for the country. >> still a number of cubans are not sure the island' s infrastructure is ready for the
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comes at all. >> i' m just waiting for the advantages it may bring to the country. >> chris martinez, cbs news, havana, cuba. >> justin: it wasn' t all sunshine and warm temperatures at the arnold palmer invitational on saturday. in fact it was a sea of umbrellas and ponchos as the rain rolled through central florida. if you' re heading onut there today, keep the rain gear handy again. for more on your sunday forecast, let' s check back in with meteorologist candace campos. hey, candace. >> candace: i see everyone like man, it' s raining. but yes, i got it right! it' s bittersweet because we were out there in the rain at runaway country and it was really soggy but good news most of the rain for today in the early morning hours. clouds will linger, but then cooler and dryer air with the atmosphere. and slowly making the way down
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and scattered showers down through miami and again, we will continue to clear out later on in the day. the upper 60s to low 70s and 77 in sanford and orlando. 69 in cocoa beach. as we take you hour by hour to plan out your sunday, temperatures warming up to about 79 with the breeze picking up but how low will tonight? few minutes. >> justin: candace, thanks. breaking news overnight, one person is dead and two people hurt in the shooting outside of the orange county club. the latest developments just ahead. plus... >> i' m out of here. get him out of here. >> justin: as the campaign trails head west, donald trump holds another protest- filled rally. we' ll look at the chaos coming up. you'
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>> welcome back to the morning news. 6:29 on your sunday morning. before we update your top stories, candace has a check of the forecast and it is pretty quiet and miserable but we needed the rain. >> candace: a negative nancy, geez! >> justin: i said we needed the rain! it feels like spring when it
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>> the best part about spring the pollen numbers are way down. my eye balls are so happy right now! looking at the composite this is where that next front is moving through. the light to moderate rain across northern zones for now. you can see eustis to lake catherine and mount plymouth with moderate rain and yellows indicate moderate rain with daytona beach with moderate to light showers up and down i- 95. heading out the door in the next couple of minutes, be slick. deltona and debarry seeing moderate rain. in altamonte springs, apopka and even clermont dealing with a few isolated showers but overall most of the heavy rain staying up to the north throughout the early morning hours and then clearing the area later on this afternoon and rain chances dropping s good news with drear weather on monday and tuesday. right now temperatures are warm
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in orlando and sanford. 69 in cape canaveral as well as cocoa beach. taking you hour by hour to plan out the day and the the 80 mark for today and the rain chances will be higher earlier in the morning then drying out and clearing out and the temperatures tonight will be feeling possibly like the i' ll have more detailos that coming up in just a few minutes. >> justin: candace, thank you. orange county deputies are investigating a deadly shooting semoran boulevard. this is video just coming in from the scene. when deputies arrived they gunshot wounds. one pronounced dead at the scene. the two other taken to the hospital in critical condition. initial reports say at least 3 motorcycle groups may have been involved in a fight prior to the shooting. at this point the investigation is ongoing. we' ll pass along updates when we know more. now to where apopka police say a 15- year- old girl is dead after being shot by a 16-
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that suspect is now in police custody. the shooting happened yesterday afternoon at the home on sheeler hills drive. amanda castro from news 6 talked to neighbors shocked by the tragedy. >> reporter: the 16- year- old faces second degree murder charges. we don' t know a lot about this case and investigators aren' t saying much. they haven' t released the shooter' s name. the relationship to the victim or what led up to this fatal shooting. the second home on sheeler hills drive in apopka. the scene of a fatal shooting. investigators say it happened around 1:30 saturday afternoon. >> we saw like a bunch of cop cars and the house is blocked off with yellow tape and i' m like oh, my god, what is this. >> the joint homicide task force says destiny bogman was shot by the 16- year- old suspect who was arrested and charged with second degree murder. investigators haven' t released the shooter' s name. the neighbor kyle byers says he went to the high school with destiny where she was a freshmen. >> i saw her yesterday and shes
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friend and laughing and giggling like nothing was wrong and all of a sudden she' s like she' s gone. >> reporter: investigators worked all afternoon and late into the night looking over evidence inside and around the home. authorities also question witnesses. neighbors tell news 6 a man and several children lived in the home for the past few months. they saw them biking and walking around the neighborhood. investigators aren' t saying if the victim and suspect knew each other or if they lived in the house and they' re still trying to figure out what led up to the fatal shooting. destiny' s clasmates tell us she was a happy girl who rode the bus to school every morning. investigators say they' re not looking for anymore suspects in her murder. we' re working to get more information and we' ll have the latest posted online at clickorlando.com powered by news 6. reporting in apopka, amanda castro, news 6. >> justin: and this is the second teen killed in a week by gunfire in orange county. last week a 15- year-
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michael anderson made his first appearance in court yesterday morning. we' re told he' ll likely be tried as an adult for the shooting death of antwan davis. he was selling marijuana to davis the night he was shot and killed. he was later found lying on the sidewalk in the lakewood community. tips from the public led them to leslie sharon and led to anderson. and now a deadly shooting, joshua bell, seen right here shot at palm grove apartments on wb judge drive. he later died from his jurisdiction at the hospital. they say bell was targeted and not a random act. detectives have located what they believe is the suspect' vehicle but wouldn'
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they located anyone. if you have any information give crime line a call. a man hit by a stray bullet that deputies say came from another man who was mad at his girlfriend. they say the innocent bystander was shot while working on a we' re told the victim just had a baby this week. jakell ward was quickly caught and charged with murder. and an early morning residential structure fire on south street. at first fire fighters say they had a difficult time finding the fire because the building was located off the remote road. they say the fire was 40% got there. see how chard the building was right there. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. the good news here no one was hurt. arizona, utah and idaho voters head to the polls on tuesday and while candidates from both sides of the aisle campaigned out west, gop front
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the same at one of his stops brooks reports. >> reporter: donald trump filled rally saturday night. >> get him out of here. out of the here. >> reporter: as demonstrators with mock kkk paraphernalia were escorted out, a supporter reportedly kicked one of them and another altercation in which a protester was grabbed the trump campaign insists it was the man next to him who did it. all the while trump went ahead with his tough on border control message. to stop. it' s dangerous. it is terrible. >> earlier in the day they blocked the road and marched between trump- owned buildings denouncing the gop front runner.
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kasich battled over who has the best chance to stop trump. >> a vote for john kasich is a vote for donald trump. >> i' m about to change things and fight for people that don' t have a voice and they don' t like it. >> back in arizona democratic candidate bernie sanders went to the mexican border with the promise to expand executive orders protecting undocumented immigrants. >> i will end the deportation regime separating so many families. >> reporter: sanders trails hillary clinton by more than 500 delegates. brook silva braga, cbs news. >> justin: and surveillance video shows a man trying to break a window at donald trump' s headquarters in jacksonville. in the video you see the man throwing a trash can into the sliding glass door. it ended up breaking the glass. we' re told each a taco was thrown at the window. so far no arrests have been made. despite showers thousands
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stay away from day 2 of the runaway music festival and who could blame them with kenny the stage. we see what makes this event so special. >> reporter: the runaway country clouds are biger and louder than ever this year with the venue closer to orlando. >> this year i guess with people from 39 states, 10 countries and just about every county in florida is here. >> reporter: the 6th annual runaway country is welcoming more than just the new headliners with added space and a roaring new crowd! >> we' re so excited to be here! >> reporter: afternoon showers couldn' t keep away these country fans or the new 16! with double the space, osceola heritage park has room for more campers, food trucks and outdoor games. >> it' s the first year for the contract and we have a lot of really cool plans for the facility. you can see there' s a lot of room and add a lost different
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quite a destination event. >> fans agree. >> we outgrew it. supposed to be 60,000 people. >> and thomas rett, kenny chesney. jake owen last night. >> i loved that! >> the festival grows 30- 40% every year. >> no one survived year one and every year they kill it. >> and then we have families that met in the camp grounds and meeting across the country and those are awesome stories first year. >> plans are in the works to year. organizers say they' ll acquire more property for satellite launch camp sites and bigger entertainment next year. reporting in kissimee, kirsten o' connor, news 6. >> justin: now candace campos. you were there but didn' t see you in any video! where were you? >> i was there earlier when it was raining. >> justin: you were incognito.
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i had the bun and the glasses on. it was funny because i went to sign the little card we had and they' re like you' re not candace and i took the glasses off and i' m like now you see it' s me! it' s like superman. far from it. as we look here at the last day of runaway country it' s better than yesterday. the early morning showers and up to about 15% through at least about lunch time and after that things start to dry out. it will be breezy and the good news is they won' t be out tomorrow when temperatures take a tumble with the overnight lows into the 40s. right now temperatures in the mid60s and again temperatures only warming up to about 80 for today but monday and tuesday be sure to have the sweater with you. i' ll have more details in just a few minutes. >> justin: candace, thanks. how one local school is getting results in the schools. jamie? >> reporter: at the arnold palmer invitational jason day had the lead the last few days.
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>> justin: we all want our kids to be healthy. now schools are getting honored for creating a great learning environment for kids. bridget ellison shows us what the schools are doing to get results.
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the outstanding achievement with the record number of schools and the approach to food nutrition. 11 osceola schools earned healthier smarter lunchroom rewards from the united states department of agriculture. that' s the highest number of awards for any district in the state of florida. >> the healthy foods that we serve in our cafeteria and the nutrition education that goes on in our classrooms. >> reporter: leaders say it takes a group effort including the entire staff, not just the cafeteria workers to make sure students understand and practice healthy habits. >> our students know that this is going on because they see the healthy things that we do. the physical activity in our schools. >> the voluntary national certification program is designed to recognize healthy school environments including nutrition excellence and physical activity. >> and this is a major achievement for any school to win. it just means that they' re doing great things with the nutrition education, physical activity and they' re exceling in serving nutrition and healthy meals to the kids.
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you' ll learn at school. >> in all osceola schools picked up one gold, 9 silver i' i' ll see you in the morning. >> justin: if you know of a school getting results in your community, let bridgett know on her facebook page. how did the minihorse cross the road? of course with the help of a last week the county sheriff' - i don' t know if i can pronounce that correctly, but in arizona got a call about this miniature horse stuck in a cattle guard built into the road. the sheriff' s animal control officer, neighbor and a ranch hand used straps around coffee' s midsection. >> candace: that' s the name? coffee? >> justin: to lift her up and maneuver her free and then returned safely to the land home and luckily only had a minor leg injury. i' m glad those folks are there because that could have ended so badly. >> candace: poor baby!
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>> candace: is that a baby or miniature horse? >> justin: we don' t know. she may have been 10. >> candace: that' s confusing because you see a small horse and think it' s a kid and like i' m 80 years old! in my head that' s what the horse sounds like. >> justin: okay. so it is the first day of spring. >> calling me out! >> make the flowers bloom with all the great rain we' re having. >> you know, spring showers. >> may flowers, sorry. >> you got it right! i was trying to remember what the second half of it was. as we look here at the weather story, exactly. it is the first day of spring and very muggy and feel it the moment you walk out the door but later this afternoon things start to dry out and skies clear out and it will be cool, sunny and very breezy for monday and tuesday and i think that' s about it. it'
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a look here at the radar and seeing relatively active start to the morning across portions of the northern zones from daytona beach and the moderate rain from i- 95 and near the i- 4 interchange in new smyrna beach to deltona and deland and debarry and everyone with moderate rain and everyone seeing some light rain all the way out there. lake mary, heathrow, sanford and up and down i- 4. if you have plans early this morning and take it slow and continue to clear out of the area later on today. because of that early rain will be expected. not as much like yesterday where the rain was more in the afternoon and into the evening. this is going to be the early morning hours. we should stay mostly cloudy through most of the day. maybe a few peeks of sunshine if you' re lucky but behind this front the ridge of high pressure builds in that will
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and increase wind speeds dramatically throughout monday and tuesday. the clouds with the forecast really pinpointing it hour by hour and you can see most of the activity tapers off about 8- 9:00. then a few light showers lingering through 10:00 and most of the front pushing down to the south by sunday afternoon. you can see just a few scattered showers by 6:00 and look what happens. by sunday night into early monday morning those clearing skies and strong winds will help the temperatures take a tumble on monday as well as tuesday. see that on the s fp day in just a few seconds. but heading out on the water be aware the small craft advisory later on tonight and continue through monday and tuesday and for today the surf will be at a light chop. taking you hour by hour to plan out the day and 79 is the daytime high which is still running above average. the clouds will linger so do expect mostly cloudy skies. the mid to upper 70s for the nice mild afternoon and low 80s. check out the temperature for tonight, justin.
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it is going to be feeling very ve been feeling the last couple of tuesday. it looks like our monday high could be cooler than what we' re waking up to right now. >> justin: man! so monday through friday is it' s been brutally, brutally hot! summer! >> justin: all right. thanks. the third round of the arnold palmer invitational wrapped up yesterday and one golfer is i' m going the tielgt. soccer debut. jamie seh has highlights in morning sports. >> reporter: jason day is 18 holes away from the arnold palmer. if he continues to play billbuy hill like he has been, the australian should win the arnold palmer invitational wire to wire. that means he led the whole way. day' s ability to play through
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he nearly chips it in for an eagle. gotta settle for the birdie. this guy plays well at bay hill and this putt is proof. this for eagle and suddenly tied with day for the lead but has a couple of bogeys and this is the big shot from the fringe and look at this! yes, that is a birdie. jason day tops at 15 under after 3 rounds at the arnold palmer invitational. david pingalore took it on at bay hill and has more. >> after a rainy and windy day here the first hole is all qui sxet tomorrow afternoon a lot of golf fanc out here watching jason day trying to hold off a 2- shot lead entering the final round after a 270 today. >> got to sleep on the night like this going into the final round? >> it can be.
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thinking about, you know, holding the trophy and thinking about walking up 18 and all that stuff comes in your head without thinking about it. >> a couple of shots back and this is write where you want to be. you had success in this golf tournam. >> yeah, i play well here and every year i keep it up and once again i' m in a great position and was in even better position last year. didn' t come off then so see if we can make it happen tomorrow. >> nothing like the final round at the arnold palmer invitational tomorrow. tee time at 8:00 to the 2:00 hour. hey, as for my pick, you know the little will pick and getting on the dial and it is tied for 46 here at the bay hill cup and lodge. >> and here is the leader board heading into the final round. jason day with the 2 shot lead
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day tees off this afternoon with troy merrick at 2:00. and putting on the orlando pride uniform for the first time yesterday. the brand new women' s pro- soccer team played the first preseason game in brevard county and melbourne. morgan had no problem taking on eastern state college. morgan scored 4 times with the pride winning 8- 0. it' s april 17th in portland and the prize home opener at the citrus bowl is april 23rd. and we why let someone else have all the fun? the sometimes haphazard,
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>> justin: seeing a whale in the wild is incredible but a pod of false killer whales came up to the boat and pushed against it. this is off the coast of dana point in california. then a bigger surprise when one of the whales gave birth! after the newborn birth popped out and greeted onlookers the pod of 20 animals took turns pushing the calf to the surface. that is unbelievable! life changing moment for those focs in the boat.
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circle of life song playing in the background. >> justin: see the gopro sticking out? that go pro video is going to >> candace: that' s crazy! >> justin: cool. >> candace: whale sighting and whale birth all in one. >> justin: today is more of the same but it clears out and what do you think is the first time? >> most areas should be dry by then but it will be cloudy and feel gloomy but not as wet and look at monday and tuesday. my gosh! is that spectacular? the temperature in the 60s to 70s and wednesday looking great and mostly dry but do be aware of the wind. that' s picking up a lot on monday and tuesday. >> all right, candace, thanks. a man is reunited with his lost pet. how the community helped get results coming up. but first one person is dead in a triple shooting.
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>> breaking right now on the morning news, one person is dead in the triple shooting outside of a gentleman' s club. the latest developments straight ahead. also a teen gunned down by another teen. what we' re learning about the victim as police make an arrest. good morning. i' m justin warmoth along side meteorologist candace campos. thaefrpgs for joining us this morning - - thanks for joining us this morning. he' s taken over the twitterverse and now taking over instagram. it' s a lot! he' s a popular guy! >> candace: popular guy. different languages so people around the world can - - >> justin: and followers from all around the world. >> candace: he' s extra bright! >> justin: i'
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preference on filters. today is a little wet but it will clear out. >> candace: it will. the reason for it is there is that front finally going to clear later on today. that' s the set up right now with scattered showers through jacksonville and south florida and it' s above normal for this time of the week and it is warm and you feel it the moment you head out the door whether it is morning brunch and early services it' s what to expect. still scattered showers across portions of marion county and volusia and seminole county right now but most should taper off by lunch time. take the day with a few and the breeze picks up and skies start
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warm up only into the midit to upper 70s but look at what' s ahead for the next couple of days. that cold front moves through on sunday night and into monday morning. you can see the temperatures warming up only to about the upper 60s to mid70s and even only hitting about 80 throughout the next couple of days. but look at those overnight lows. 43 as you wake up in the morning. tuesday, i should say monday night into tuesday morning, 43. even 54 . so it is going to be very chilly and very dry. but you still have to get through the next couple of hours. i' ll pin poign the timing of that front in just a few minutes. >> candace, thanks. we' ll see you then. breaking news overnight in re investigating a deadly shooting at the diamond club on north cimarron boulevard. from the scene. when deputies arrive they say gunshot wounds. one was pronounced dead at the scene and the two other men taken to the hospital in critical condition. initial reports say 3 motorcycle groups may have been involved in the fight prior to the shooting. at this point no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing. we'
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once we know more. now to the other top story where apopka police say a 15- year- old girl is dead after old. that suspect is now in police the shooting happening yesterday afternoon at the home on sheeler hills drive. deputies say neighbors are shocked by the tragedy. old charges. we don' t know about the cases and aren' they haven' s name, the relationship to the victim and shooting. the second home on sheeler hills drive in apopka. the scene of a fatal shooting. the investigators say it afternoon. >> we saw like a bunch of cop cars and the house blocked off with yellow tape and oh, my god, what is this? >> reporter: the joint homicide task force says destiny bager man was shot by a 16- year- old
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destiny bargman was shoft by a 16- year- old whose name has not been released. >> last time i saw her was wednesday. she was rushing and runing with a friend and laughing and giggling like nothing was wrong. and all of a sudden she' s gone. >> reporter: investigators worked all afternoon and late into the night looking over evidence inside and around the home. authorities also question witnesses. neighbors tell news 6 a man and several children lived in the home for the past few months. they saw them biking and walking around the neighborhood. investigators aren' t saying if the victim and suspect knew each other or if they live in the house and are still trying to figure out what led to the shooting. they say she was a happy girl who rode the bus to school every morning. they' re not looking for further
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reporting in apopka, castro, news 6. >> justin: and this is the second teen killed in a week. last week a 15- year- old is shot and killed in ocoee and michael anderson and in court yesterday morning. likely tried as an adult for the shooting death of antwan davis. he was selling marijuana to davis the night he was shot and killed. he was found lying on the sidewalk in lakewood avenue. tips from the community led to the suspect' s 18- year- old lindsey shirley giving anderson' s whereabouts. his girlfriend is charged with accessory and tampering with evidence. now to the crime alert where police continue to investigate a deadly shooting at an orlando apartment complex. the victim was shot at the palm grove apartments on wd judge drive. he later died from his injuries at the hospital. they say bell was targeted and
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vehicle but won' they' anyone. if you have any information about the shooting, give ciemline a call. a man continue - - crime line a call. a man continues to fight for his life after being hit by a stray bullet. it came from another man mad at his girlfriend. the innocent bystander was shot while working at the fence next to the magnolia court apartments. police quickly daut the accused shooter, jakell ward, now charged with attempted murder. wife and the u.s. coast guard tweeting out those feetos yesterday. 5 people were rescue - - photos. 5 people were rescued when the boat overturned and sank off clear water pass. crews got everyone out sa ef safely. no injuries were reported. caught on camera, surveillance video shows a man donald trump' s campaign
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in the video you can see the man dpil filling the and it' s done at the window. so far no arrests have been made. now to volusia county where a biker is reunited with his bird thanks to the community getting results. he' d been posting flier after flier hoping someone knew what happened to his best friend spike. spike disappear indeed daytona beach and someone turned him into the seminole bird sanctuary. he thanked the grace of god with this photo for returning spike. yesterday the first of 8 teams punched their ticket to the ncaa tournament and continues to be madness in march. some are happening right here on news 6. representing the sunshine state. it' s 55- 57 despite the shocker rally. and in the battle of the two power house programs the hoosiers defeat the kentucky
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you can get more exciting march madness action right here on news 6 later today. coverage starts at noon. time now 7:07 and check back in. >> and that' s why i brought it up. as we look at the radar it is a very active morning already for portions of northern counties. the villages seeing moderate rain through leesburg and center hill and throughout possinger portions of the coast line and light to moderate rain and scattered showers down through sanford and titusville and mims with pockets of rain and that main front makes its way for the next couple of hours and it will continue to slide down state. look at rain chances though. the 40% chance of rain and most of it failing early this
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drop but so do temperatures. believe me,. >> justin: candace, thanks. another rocket launch this week with the spacecoast. what' s behind ula' s latest mission. but first the latest
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>> this morning investigators are looking into what caused a devastating jet crash that killed everyone on board and the pilot who is expecting his first child have reportedly just accepted a job with another airline. chris van kleef has the latest from washington. >> reporter: a russian security camera captured the final moments of the dubai flight 981. all 62 people including 55 passengers, 4 children and 7 crew members died in the violent crash. >> everyone in our company is in deep shock. >> reporter: while the impact pulver vised the 5- year- old boeing 737, investigators quickly recovered the cockpit voice recorder and the flight data recorder. the deadly crash happened about 2 hours after the flight from dubai was scheduled to arrive in russia about 600 miles outside moscow.
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unsuccessful attempt to land and circles for the incredible period of time before making the second attempt. the mayor of the region told russians the plane ended up 800 feet short of the runway in bad weather and included rain and strong wind gusts. the team from the national transportation safety board and boeing are joining the investigation. washington. >> justin: among the potential causes are pilot error, weather conditions. where this morning investigators say after the capture in belgium the terrorist in the deadly attacks in paris are charged with murder. he was released from the hospital yesterday morning after a fierce gun battle. paris prosecutors will seek extradition to france for trial. the extradition but the attorney representing some of the victims of the paris
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will happen fairly quickly. >> because it will take less time which is good. and the victims themselves, want and need, they will ask to have an answer. they have a lot of questions. >> the coordinated attacks across paris last november killed 130 people. he wanted to kill himself at the paris staid dwrumium. the united launch alliance will send the capsule with i.s.s. supplies into orbit. they launch from the cape back in december and this is video from that launch. it will mark the fifth cargo mission for nasa. the atlas 5 is set to launch on wednesday with favorable weather conditions. and your consumer watch tomorrow, apple set to unveil
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this time you can expect a smaller upgrade. the headliner is expected to be a smaller version of the i- foun followed by the ipad pro. the event takes place at the campus in the modest venue that holds fewer reporters and locations. he starts at 1 p.m. eastern time. the leader of the catholic skhufrp gallongoverning and then the message "pray for me" request 9 languages. he wants to follow the walk of those under god' s mercy and tenderness. >> this is pope francis' second social media account. he also has a twitter. it had over a million in just a few hours. >> candace: just a few more than you? >> justin: just a few million more than i do on twitter. >> candace: that' s going to be interesting. >> justin: i' ll follow just to see.
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i know his twitter has all the different languages and can get english and spanish and very cool stuff. >> and like oh, my gosh! how did you know? >> lucky! it was on the rotation. >> candace: the one in the closet? it' s going to be a nice day. we do have showers early in the morning and then it will be asked about it as yesterday and it' s sogy and miserable. as we look at the weather story this morning, it is muggy and you will feel it the moment you walk out the door. if you' re taking out the trash and later on this ash it will be dryer and thanks to the cold front moving through. but the big change come monday and tuesday. the cool and sunniy and very, very breezy.
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and daytona beach with the front continuing with the slowly sagging to the south and we' re dealing with right now on the radar. light to moderate rain stretching from the villages with all the way through new beach also. now further south making the way into oak hill and up and down i- 95 and if you have any plans to travel early this morning and take it slow as roadways are certainly slick and the showers all evening long and you can see deland up and down i- 4 and sanford and even now further south through osceola and just north of port st. john. you can expect all of that moisture to start gradually sliding towards the south. the reason again all because of the big cold front. right now nothing cold about the temperatures. very warm and muggy. 67 in orlando and the same with sanford. in the upper 60s on the coast line and 66 in new smyrna beach up in daytona beach. then it' s the high pressure breaking it all down and wind
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and all ahead of the next game changer. the area of the low pressure with the trailing cold front and it starts to slide through and scattered showers primarily through most of the sunshine state. early morning rain expected for us later on today and then clouds linger through most of the afternoon and the skies start to clear out and once that front clears the area and then the clouds with the forecast and going to scattered showers and by lunch time mostly dry and the clouds continue to stick around and showeros sunday night and the volusia county coast and look how quickly things start to change out with the early morning skies and then allow them to take a tumble and they' if you' re heading out on the water today it' seas 2- 3 feet and circle at a light chop and starting today we' ll be aware with the small
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s check out the hour by hour forecast and topping off only at 79 with just a few degrees above average as winds pick up and clouds lingering throughout the lunch time hour. then by 4 p.m. a nice day and upper 70s and low 80s and then talk about cold weather. temperatures cooling down into the low 50s and upper 40s possibly. but justin look at the planning forecast. monday and tuesday and wednesday. picture perfect conditions. maybe last two days to enjoy the sweater you got for christmas. >> justin: mine are already put up though. >> candace: just hold on a couple more weeks! >> justin: i couldn' t take the 90 plus humidity. >> and it' s sunday and it' s time for the pet of the week coming up. adidas. great name. let you know how you can take him home today. as we head to break a look at all of last night' s winning
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>> candace: happy sunday, everyone! it'
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judy and we have julie with us. >> and we need the sneakers but adidas is just about 5 months old and 2 more to this litter and they' re all very quiet, loving, playful. and this will be a great dog for a young family. children. because you' re sturdy and they can run and play and not give to each other and have a great time. and really reasonably good puppies. so just about house trained and get exercise. >> how big? >> probably about 40 pounds. not that big. the retriever hound and border collie. >> the way you see right now it' s all morning long with the sweetest little thing. >> he is and he' s really the quietest one. >> my goodness! and today?
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ll be at winter park, parking cars and come out and nominate us and come and help us and look at our dogs! >> candace: awesome. thank you for coming and hopefully we can find you a home. and find all the information on pet rescue by judy on clickorlando.com. >> justin: it wasn' t all sunshine and warm temperatures at the arnold palmer invitational on saturday. in fact it was a sea of umbrellas and ponchos ads the rain rolled through central florida. if you' re heading out there today, you might want to keep that rain gear handy again. it' s going to be a great day for championship golf but let' s get through that rain first. here' s candace with your forecast. you know what i mean? it' s like once we get through this early morning and afternoon showers, it' s going to be a great time to give out the trophy. >> it won' t be super sunny, but at least it won' t be rainy. it will feel nice and cool so win, winip and we have a cold front still waiting for it to
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then it is coming through the sweet time for the next couple of hours and see a couple of scattered showers ahead. the decent chance of rain for lunch time hour and then rain chances start dropping and completely widespread it' s warm and muggy out there and then mid60s and 69 in cocoa beach and 67 in sanford as well as orlando. hour by hour and going to warm up to about 79 and the rain chance again higher early in the morning and then it is the breeze to pick up and skies start to clear out later on and they' ll go later on tonight and the next half hour. >> justin: see you then, candace. one person is dead and two hurt orange county club. - >> get him out of here. >> justin: as the campaign trails head west, donald trump we' coming up.
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>> justin: welcome back to the morning news on this sunday.
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daytona beach and just outside the window. >> justin: it' s hazy and gloomy and the other issue on the beaches today will be the high risk and the spring breakers and i know they' re all up at 7:30 this morning and watching. >> more likely going to be asleep at this hour maybe. >> that' s true. oh, to be young! the beach forecast and like how we' re the ones saying that. and it' s going to be a great day with sunshine really and it' s going to be mild and very cool. we' ll have the early morning showers you' re dealing with currently. but then the clouds will stick arund and it' s a better beach day later on this week. as we look at the radar it' s been very active for the northern zones this morning. the moderate rain indicated and encompassing the area up and down the turnpike with leesburg and mount plymouth.
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dealing with plenty of rain in volusia county speaking of daytona beach. new smyrna beach through oak hill up and down i- i- 4 enterchange to deltona and then it is going to be a bit further to the south through titusville and wedgefield and all that area seeing scattered showers and that front will continue to slide through the afternoon. it looks like the best chance of rain will be earlier in the morning and then start tapering off throughout the afternoon and into the evening. so rain chances will drawdrop considerably on monday, tuesday and wednesday and along with dropping rain temperature we will see temperatures taking a drop. i' ll tell you how low temperatures will go and how your week will start in just a few minutes. >> orange county investigators are investigating a deadly shooting at the diamond club on north cimarron boulevard. this coming in from the scene when deputies arrive and say they found 3 male victims with gunshot wounds. one was pronounced dead at the scene and the two other men
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initial reports say at least 3 motorcycle groups may have been involved in a fight prior to the shooting. at this point no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing. we' ll pass along any updates once we know more. now to the other top story where apopka police say a 15- year- old girl is dead after being shot by a 16- year- old. that suspect is now in police custody. the shooting happened yesterday afternoon in a home on sheeler hills drive. news 6 reporter amanda castro talked to neighbors who were shocked by the tragedy. >> reporter: a 16- old is we don' t know a lot about this t they haven' shooter' s name. the relationship to the victim or what led up to this fatal shooting. the second home on sheeler hills drive in apopka. the scene of the fatal shooting. investigators say it happened around 1:30 saturday afternoon. >> you saw like a bunch of cop cars and the house was blocked m like oh, my god!
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>> reporter: the joint homicide task forces destiny bargman was shot by a 16- year- old suspect. investigators haven' t released the shooter' s name. neighbor kyle byers says he went to ocoee where she was a freshmen. >> last time i saw her was wednesday and she was rushing out with a friend laughing and giggling like nothing was wrong and all of a sudden it' s like she' s gone. >> reporter: investigators worked all afternoon and late into the night. looking over evidence inside and around the home. authorities also question witnesses. neighbors tell news 6 a man and several children lived in the home for the past few months. they saw them biking and walking around the neighborhood. investigators aren' t saying if the victim and suspect knew each other or if they lived in the house. and they' re still trying to figure out what led up to the fatal shooting. destiny' s classmate tells us she was a happy girl who rode the bus to school every morning. investigators are saying they aren' t looking for anymore
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re working to get more information. we' ll have the latest posted online at clickorlando.com powered by news 6. reporting in apopka, amanda castro, news 6. >> justin: and this is the second teen killed in a week by gunfire in orange county. last week a 15- year- old was shot and killed in ocoee. the accused gunman michael anderson made his first appearance in court yesterday morning. we' re told he' ll likely be tried as an adult in the shooting for antoine davis. they say anderson of the selling marijuana to davis the night he was shot and killed. he was later found lying on the sidewalk in lakewood avenue. they say tips from the community led them to the suspects. 18- year- old lindsey shirley gave deputies information on her boyfriend' s whereabouts. anderson is charged with second degree murder. his girlfriend charged with accessory and tampering with evidence. now to the crime alert where this morning police in orlando continue to investigate the deadly shooting in the orlando apartment complex.
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the palm grove apartments on w.d. judge drive. he was found dead and later died from his injuries at the hospital, excuse me. they say bell was targeted and not a random act. detectives have located what they believe is the suspect' s vehicle but would not say if they' re still looking for anyone. if you have any information about the shooting, give crime line a call. a man is hit by a stray bullet and deputies say it came from another man mad at his girlfriend. they say the innocent bystander was shot while working on the fence next to the magnolia court apartments. we' re told the victim had a baby this last week. they quickly caught the accused shooter, jakell ward, now charge wide attempted murder. and the leesburg fire department battle and the early morning residential fire structure yesterday. this is on south street at first. fire fighters say they had a difficult time fietfindingit the fire because it was off a remote road. it was 30% involved in flames
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able to contain it shortly after arriving. you can see just how chard the building was right there. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. the good news here no one was hurt. arizona and others heading to arizona and gop front runner donald trump saw more of the same at one of his stops where an event turned violent. now that report. >> reporter: donald trump held another protest- filled rally in arizona saturday night. >> get them out of here! >> reporter: as those with fake kkk paraphernalia were escorted out, someone kicked one of them and the campaign coordinator was involved in another altercation in which the protester was grabbed by the collar. they insist it was the man next to him who did it. meanwhile trump went ahead with his tough on border control message.
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to stop. it is dangerous. it is terrible. >> earlier in the day they headed to fountain hills, arizona, and marched between denouncing the gop front runner. meanwhile ted cruz and john kasich battled over who has the best chance to stop trump. >> a voept for john kasich is a vote for donald trump. >> i' m about to change things and fight for people that don' t have a voice and i don' t like it. >> they wbt and protecting run documented immigrants. >> i will end the deportation regime which is dividing so many families. >> reporter: sanders expressed disappointment for not doing
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>> justin: a man trying to break a window at donald trump' s hotel headquarters in jacksonville. if it you can see the man throwing the trash can into the glass door and ended up breaking the glass. we' re told even a taco was thrown at the window. so far no arrests have been made. despite some afternoon showers thousands of country music fans couldn' t stay away from and news 6' o' connor shows us what makes it so special. >> the venue is closer to orlando making it bigger and better. >> we have people from 39 states, 10 countries and just about everyone in florida is here. >> reporter: the 6th annual runaway country is welcoming more than just headliners with added space and a roaring new help. afternoon showers couldn'
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away these country fans. or the news and going for more campers, food trucks and outdoor gains. >> had is the first year for the contract and we have a lot of really cool plans for the facility. you can see we can add different things. >> it was a beautiful park but we just outgrew it. 40,000 people here and supposed to be 60,000 people. >> thomas rett, kenny ches and then is rose 30- 40% every year. >> no one survived year 1 but miranda lambert and then every year we killed it. >> and we are now married and other families that met in the camp ground across the country and those are awesome from the very first year. >> and it is that bigger party
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bigger entertainment next year. reporting in kissimee, kirsten o' connor. news 6. >> i' m interested in then he' s one of those guys. >> he' s a fa er foot and then with my fwib and then cowboy hats and cowboy boots. >> justin: eric which you were tonight. >> candace: don' t get her started. the temperatures in the low 70s and dry and breezy and the worst part about it though, we' ll see rain earlier in the morning. after the lunch time hour the rain chances start to drop and
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t be too bad of a day out there and at least and then look how much it moved from an hour ago. it is movering at a quick pace down the peninsula and continue to keep us throughout the evening and again dry air in place and bringing also cooler air and let you know how low temperatures will get in just a few minutes. justin? >> justin: see you then, candace. see how one local school is using lunchtime to get results in the schools. jamie? >> reporter: after the hold on the lead for the last 3 days. can he get done today in the final round? anything can happen on a sunday! i' m jamie seh. a recap of the round coming up.
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>> we all want our kids to be healthy and now a great learning environment for kids. we see what these schools are doing to get results. >> reporter: the osceola county public school district is celebrating the outstanding achievement with the record number of schools with the approach to food and nutrition. 11 osceola schools earned healthier smarter challenge rewards from the united states
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s the highest february of awards for any district in the state of florida. >> the healthy foods that we serve in our cafeteria and the nutrition and education that goes on. >> leaders say it takes a group effort including the entire staff. not just the cafeteria workers to make sure they understand and practice healthy habits. they come to see the healthy things we do and physical activity in our schools. >> the voluntary national certification program is designed to recognize the nutrition excellence and physical activity. >> this is a major achievement it just means that they' re doing great things with the nutrition education and re exceling and healthy meals for the kids. >> if you come in every day and eat your fruits and vegetables, you' ll learn its goal. >> and they picked up a gold, silver and bronze award. we'
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>> if you know a school getting results in the community, let bridgett know in the facebook page. how did the minihorse cross the road? >> candace: not easily. >> justin: very carefully. last week a county sheriff in arizona got a call about the miniature horse getting stuck in the ground and a neighbor and a ranch hand used straps around coffee. that' s her name. her midsection to lift her up and maneuver her free. she was then returned safely to had minor injury. m glad she' s okay. >> it' >> you' re asking the wrong >> i' m not sure. >> i' ll ask my sister the cowgirl. >> she' s a poser. she' s a poser. not a real ranch hand. >> and it is interesting and little kids like a pony.
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>> you know who can answer that with that hold today. >> and i ask that question around today. >> what time are you going out there? >> and actually going just for fun. >> justin: that was just yesterday? >> it' s going to from 11 to midnight. >> justin: a lot of great shows. >> candace: because i' m the meteorologist i' ll wait later to go. >> justin: explain why. there' s a front. >> candace: and the best rain chance is this morning and you have been warned so i don' t want people yelling at me when i' m out there and going it rained this morning! i told you. it' s muggy out there and there is another thing right now with the moderate rain now being reported in many spots across northern zones. later on this afternoon we' ll start to gradually dry out and it won'
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gradual drying trend and by monday and tuesday you' ll feel a real difference. it will be cool and sunny and very, very breezy and talking temperatures not warming up past 70 . still scattered showers from daytona beach up and down and starting to make its way along the i- 4 corridor with the halfway point and see moderate rain up through mount plymouth and eustis to 34. in flagler beach to palm coast with the light rain and moderate rain and pockets of heavier rain report indeed ormond beach up and down i- 95. if you have anywhere to go in the next couple of hours drive safely and through sanford and new smyrna beach. you can see the moderate rain making it to the space coast
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to get more on the orange side with the heavier rain bands in apopka and paradise heights to the i- 4 corridor and it is with osceola and brevard and you' re getting the rain in just a few minutes. looking at the current conditions with the mid60s up and around town and start to cool down in the next couple of evenings. talking the lows is and into the 40s monday night and tuesday. and then that will slide through and because of that the early morning rain and the clouds will stay around. we' ll linger throughout the afternoon and the breeze picks up throughout the evening and overnight hours. look here at the clouds and the rain forecast by about lunch teem. you can see most of the rain is out of here then a few pop- up showers can be in the forecast as the main front won' t clear until 7- 8:00 with scattered showers until then. look what happens come monday and tuesday. skies clear out and those temperatures drop and it'
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monday and tuesday. there' s bad weather on the day ted and then it will continue until about wednesday. so taking you hour by hour to plan out your day. topping 75 and the breeze again is the big concern. so where you live by 4 p.m. with the temperatures in upper 70s to low 80s. tonight chilly with upper 40s to low 50s and even cooler for monday night into tuesday and temperatures will be very cool and very nice. enjoy. it might be your and then this is official. >> justin: one golfer is i' m going the pro teelgts at the arnold palmer and now the
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rep jason day is 18 away from getting the obligatory bay hill and showed when the arnold palmer invitational are wire to wire. but there are challengers lurking. the most impressive is his ability to play mrue the rain. 6th hole and day in the and then day was paired with hendricks then this for eagle and tied for dave with the lead however a couple of bogos from the fringe and do i need to look at this. yet, it is a birdie. jason day tops the leader board at 15 under after the arnold palmer invitational. we took a look at bay hill and he' s get more.
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rainy day at the bay hill club and lodge, it' s all clear but tomorrow will be a lot of golf fanc out here watching jason day trying to hold off a 2 shot lead entering the final round after 2 under 70 today. >> tough to sleep on a night like this going into the final round? >> it can be. definitely can be and thinking about holding a trophy and all this comes within your head about and then it' s the success of this golf tournament. >> one every year seems to keep it up and once again i' m in great position and i was in even better position last year and we' ll see if we can make it happen tomorrows. >> nothing like a finaled round here at the invitational tomorrow.
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the little wheel pick the other and themer it' s looking forward to tomorrow, jamie, here at the bay and then here is the leader board heading into today' s final crowned. two here we go at 2:00. super star alex morgan put on the orlando prize. they say they played the first in april. >> finding the net siftand then morgue morgue scored 4 times 0. the team season opener is april 17th in portland.
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>> seeing a whale in the wild is a sight to behold but some got a breathtaking encounter each more memorablement they watched in awe as the pod of killer whales came and pushed against it. this is off the coast of dana beach, california. this an each bigger surprise when one of the hills gave birth. >> big surprise.
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newborn calf popped out and, of course, greeted onlookers. consisting of 20 animals and pushing to the surface. >> it' s so interesting. and it' s interesting to see the baby just like go. you' re used to seeing little giraffes and can' t walk yet but they' re out and gone. >> and today it' s going to clear out. it' s a good chance if you look out the window, it' s not looking great. >> candace: and probably open it' happy first day of spring, everybody! and the good news is the rain chance will start to go down throughout the day. s the good news. if you have plans the later the better. look at tuesday. talk about picture perfect conditions. the upper and then it won' t be rainy all day. slight chance. >> justin: what'
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the morning news, after a week- long search a man is reunited with his lost pet. how the community helped get results coming up. but first breaking in orange county, one person is dead in eye triple shooting. what deputies say happened moments before the gunfire next.
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morning news, one person is dead after a triple shooting outside a gentleman' s club. straight ahead. >> and a teen gunned down by another teen. what we' re learning as police make an arrest. good morning. i' m justin warmoth alongside meteorologist candace campos. this morning. candace has been a very busy bee this morning. >> candace: buzzing around. >> justin: it' s wet out there >> candace: it'
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moment you look out the windy and is with the and then and then add us. you' ve been paying attention for the last 2 hours, haven' t you? we see a lot of activity going on and all of this is a bit further north and it is sliding to the south ahead of the next cold front and that' s pretty much everywhere north of leesburg and and then dwruelof shower and through flagler to ormond beach to daytona beach and up and down i- sniff. dole phona, sanford, and then titusville and the men' s you can soofand then there' s alzheimer' s down in i- 4.
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near the clernont, and then be you haver to have the rain and then we warm into the upper 70s. morning rain but clouds linger tumble. i' ll have the 7- day forecast in just a few minutes. >> justin: all right, candace, thank you. breaking news overnight in orlando at the diamond club on north semoran boulevard. this is yuft in from the scene. when deputies arrived they found 3 male victims with gunshot wounds. one pronounced dead at the scene and the two other taken to the hospital in critical condition initial want ares and then the latest in the investigation is oongoing. i' ll pass along any updateses and then a 15- year- old is shot dead after being shot by the 16- year- old. that suspect is now in police custody. the shooting happened yesterday
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sheeler hail. >> a 16- year- old is facing second degree murder charges. we don' t know a lot about this case and investigators senator saying much. the relationship to the victim or what led up to this fatal shooting. the skekd home and then thed scene of a fatal shooting. investigators say it happened 1:30 this afternoon. >> we saw a bunch of cop cars and the house blocked off with yellow tape and i' m like oh, my god. what is this? >> the joent homicide task forces the and then jean van de veldes released the and then the and then acting like nothing was wrong and all of a sudden like she' s gone.
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afternoon and late into the it. neighbors tell news 6 a man and several children lived in the home for the past few months. they saw them biking and walking around the neighborhood. investigators aren' t sayle and. a happy girl was didestny bargman who rode the bus to they' re not looking for more suspects in her murder. for the latest we' ll have the information posted online at clickorlando.com reporting. and this is the second tam killed in a week by gunfire and last week the 15 year old shot and killed in ocoee. the acoo and then we' he'
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found later lying on the sidewalk along lakeand then the tips from the community led them to the suspects. the deputy gave him information s whereabouts and anderson is charged with second degree murder and his girlfriend charged with accessory and tampering with evidence. - now to the ooh and nren and then the apartment complex and police say the victim seen right here was shoet sxef and then he later died from his injuries at the hospital. they say bell was targeted and this was not a random act. detectives have locate whad they believe is the suspect' s and then it' s the bullet deputies say came from another man mad at his girlfriend. the innocent bystander was shot
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to the magnolia court apartments. we' re told the victim had just had a and then jakell ward is charged with and then scary moments for florida boaters. at a toemd anden and then the key word able to get all 5 out of the water safely. no injuries were reported. caught on camera, oaf and then campaign headquarters in jacksonville. in the video you can stooask and then we' re told oofn a taco was thrown at the window. so far no arrests have been made. now to volusia county where a biker is reunited with his burn thanks to the community getting results.
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what happened to the best friend spike. the mare and then someone turned him sboe seminole county board and then i' m thinking the grace of god, what would you return to spike? time another and and then the city' s umcoming long shot but uber project. >> on march 29th tlailbecome the first to become fully integrated with uber. something to reduce traffic and congestion and increase sun rail ridership. yoing me today is frank marks. thank you iter and then first off what is the motive behind the pilot project? >> we recognized a long time ago that transit is part of the
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ve been and then gained on city hall and our city is - - frankly, tired of other and them and then we decided to act and our motive was really lean or get out of the way. and we decided to lead. get and then and then it has to be convenient, affordable and accessible. how does this project reflect those qualities? >> tuts frpgz and then it' s prince pale responsible for all the trbl and then it' s the chainer and then you can order a pizza from your phone. you can order clothes from your phone and be able to order a trip from your phone. and the congressperson' s point
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s a reliance on busses to feed some rail that that and then there is and and then we' re trying to encourage behaviors to change. we' re not going to focus on infrastructure but rioters and their choices so we want to incentivize see what we can do to start helping sun rail ridership and that is flat. the overall runs are into the 35- 50 million dollar range. and at some point the local governments are going to have to pay for that. we' ll try to do everything we can to encourage people how to use transit. >> how important is it for pintser and then a lot of folks, may love uber!
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acvebl oibland thoen and then the person who roleless and then you have to be responsible enough to use this in the palm of your hand so save drive home and do you know the university of and then the last mile access to trant and then it' s important to watch because too and and then really take a stab at this. >> good stuff! when we come back, we' ll be bhoer altaand then we' ll have
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>> justin: welcome back. today on flashpoint we' re talking about the ultimate uber project. you know earlier we were talking about how this partnership is being called the first of its kind. in 2015 altamonte springs had a partnership with links flex bus as the uber for transit. how will this program differ from that >> lwhen the city created flex bus in 1989, it was the first response to the transtransportation project pushed to the public. the challenge for us as the city that runs very much like a business is that it' s hard for us to work with other public agencies. we want to move quickly and
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unfortunately it did not bring flex bus forward. the beauty of the partnership is they truly understand the and then because we didn' t have to welcomer with public agency, it allowed us to execute a plan and in a pretty efficient way and it' s going to be much more and then those are now going towards this project, right? >> we had anticipated at 1.5 million dollar cost with the links on the flex bus. we budgeted only a third of that and think we' ll be inside the budget and this type of private sector solution can be very cost effective for the public. we also have private sector partners helping us fund this. the florida hospital has always been a champion in the community and they' re helping us fund it.
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d like to push through the private sector partnership with private sector partners. >> looking ahead to what the project could potentially mean for downtown orlando, how will it encourage ucf students from around central florida to then use sun rail or use uber to then get to a sun rail? >> i think one of the valuable aspects of the partnership with uber is it taught other people how to do it and ucf, we worked closely with seminole state college and seminole state college embraced the concept and they' ll help push us after the students and teaching them that there' s an opportunity for them to study on the train. study on the uber car in the classroom. study on the way back. and really to start maximizing the use of their time. in seminole state college we think it will set an example for a lot of other schools in the country and how to do this. >> justin: not to mention the i- 4 ultimate project. everyone knows if you drive right now it' s only going to get worse.
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florida and around the country to find ways to get people out of the cars. it' s back to the congresswoman' s point. if it' s not convenient, they won' t use it. the inconvenient choice rather than what' s not in their control. they really punctured the market and change the way they think. >> justin: and right now only one sun rail into the city. do you see this as a catalyst through downtown? >> and i worry i think a lot of people have who support sun rail is if we don' t find riders we won' t even have sun rail. there is not going to be any other rail system if we can' t make this one be successful and the current way of thinking, it wasn' we don' t know if it will work but we' re going to try. >> justin: good stuff. what is going to happen at year partnership? this?
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re hoping to get congestion management benefits by teaching people who are currently getting in the car and driving in the altamonte mall to the seminole state college to do it a different way. i think what we also hope to learn is how to craft together a package of public and private transportation alternatives and then solicit from the market many mode choices. what we' ll do at end of the year is re- evaluate and see what we are and pitch the problem out to a lot of private sector partners and say come up with the best solution for us. >> justin: what' s reaction been for those that live in altamonte springs after they announce this. >> it' s been great. and the very progressive ideas to the altamonte springs sign in and out of the state and build the water project on i- 4 and people are used to us being innovative and ahead of the curve a bit. their reaction has been thank
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and we hope to partner with other cities it and there' s a lot of interest and good leaders in seminole county cities so we' re encouraged. >> good stuff! frank marks, city of altamonte springs city manager. we appreciate it. in case you missed it, here' s how uber users can get that discount. open the uber map within altamonte spring city limits and select the options. tap select pickup location and choose promo code at the bottom of the screen. that' s where you can enter deal. we'
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>> justin: president obama is expected to arrive in cuba later today and usher in an era of openness in the communist country. already companies are preparing
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- - dramatic changes to life in cuba. >> walk around and the the new restaurants, cuba seems tourism. one with americans on the guest list. >> you know with them. >> tour groups are everywhere. havana' s biggest port, once pollution plagued, is largely cleaned up and welcomes luxury cruise ships weekly and as they wait for the green light and people in miami. different. they heard and they all want to music. >> since the start of the year, cuban officials say one million
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island. and the restaurant in havana and says business has doubled in recent months. many are college students like these from new orleans and believe tourists could help reignite the cuban economy. >> and for our country. >> still a number of kuebans are not ready for the tourism surge if it comes at all. >> waiting for the advantages that this may bring to the country. >> a wait many hope will come soon. cbs news, havana, cuba. >> and the lift off from the cape this time and the launch alliance will send the cargo capsule carecarrying supplies into orbit. ula launched the last from the cape back in december. this is video from that launch. this will mark the fifth cargo
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the atlas 5 set to blast off tuesday night and the launch window opens at 11:05 with favorable weather conditions. in the consumer watch tomorrow apple set to unveil the new line of iphones but this time you can expect the smaller upgrade. the headliner is expected to be a smaller version of the iphone followed by the smaller version of the ipad pro. the event takes place at the campus with the modest venue that holds fewer reporters and guests than popular apple event locations starting at 1 p.m. eastern time. and finally christmas came early in gatlinburg, tennessee. >> or late. >> justin: after 50 santas from several states took in the last few to be the fastest in the snow tubing race. it' s held every other year. this year' s winner is from jefferson, georgia. i wonder what they' re getting clocked at right there. >> candace: yeah! >> justin: 30, 40 mph would be
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