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>> tom: and good morning, i'm tom johnson. it is sunday january 10th. thanks for being here with us. here's the top stories we're working on. we start with jackie orozco. >> reporter: good morning, tom, a volusia county man charged with sexual battery turns himself in, plus -- >> it's a tornado and we ran and we hid. >> tom: i'm not sure i would be that calm, cleanup is underway after a tornado hit southwest florida. we're going to give you a little bit of a closer look at the damage and where it happened.
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have you heard about this. the powerball jackpot now worth an estimated 1. $1.3 billion. we are talking to a financial planner about what you need to know if you think you are the winner on that next drawing wednesday. plus, we're taking you live to the disney world marathon happening right now. and we're talking about the weather. yesterday, it was fog. today change is in the air, right, brooks? absolutely right. we've been advertising this cold front coming through and it's this morning. it's going to be markedly cooler hours. you'll take notice of that, i promise you. outside right now, still warm and humid. a lot of clouds across much of central florida. cold front right now already through alachua county. already through most of marion county and it's moving through sumter lake county right now. even flagler and northern volusia counties.
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49 in pensacola. 69 in orlando. we do have a couple of showers predominantly down in osceola and brevard counties. you'll have a few showers early this morning on the way out the door to church or work. here's another way to find where the front is. look at the dew points. much drier air right now in ocala and gainesville so this is go through the day you'll see the humidity decrease from northwest to southeast. temperature-wise, we're going to stay in the upper 60s and low 70s through the early afternoon but look at this, by 7:00, 67 degrees. northwest winds at 15 miles an hour dropping in the 50s by 8, overnight lows in the 40s we'll have the full details in the seven-day coming up, tom. >> tom: all right. see you then brooks, developing this morning a man accused of teaming up with his girlfriend to sexually battery a woman multiple times set to make his first appearance in front of a judge in the case this morning. this is a new mugshot of terrell
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last night. "fox 35" jackie orozco is live at the volusia county jail with the latest, hi, jackie. >> reporter: good morning, we were the only station to speak with terrell williamson's family and he says he's innocent and the reason why it took him a little bit to turn himself in is because he was looking for a lawyer but again let's take a look at his new mugshot. this is 18-year-old terrell williamson and even though he's smiling he's facing some 3 charges, sexual battery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and false imprisonment. his girlfriend daria hill helped him sexually battery a woman 3 times in one week in hill's deland apartment. deputies say it happened on january 1st through the 5th. she was arrested on friday and faced a judge yesterday. now, she remains in jail on $150,000 bond. now, we talked to william's aunt
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have down -- we got all the things we need right here. >> reporter: and, again, williamson will be facing a judge later on this morning and we'll let you know what happens. for now reporting live in volusia county, jackie orozco, hamburgers >> tom: almost 8:04 right now. people in southwest florida cleaning up after a tornado tore apart homes damaged cars. take a look at the damage near fort myers in cape coral. you can see that car flipped upside down smashed into a garage and fence is also down and there is debris all over yards in the area. people in the storm's path do gos they got cell phone warnings but they were surprised how quickly the tornado then hit. >> we started seeing, like, lightening and then a big flash in the back and then next thing we know we heard what it sounded like a freight train -- >> like a 747 flying overhead. >> my grandson was outside and i
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go to the front -- we have a bouncy house two blocks down the road. >> tom: the storm knocked out power to hundreds of families across collier and lee counties. in other words of anyone hurt, though. all right. if you played and you haven't checked your numbers yet, i have in bad news. nobody won the powerball jackpot last night it just keeps growing, though, more than a billion dollars. more tickets being bought. still again, no lucky winner so with that jackpot likely to go up even more, the drawing again, $1.3 billion. that's the estimate for wednesday night's drawing. the odds still about the same, 1 in 292 million. last night's winning numbers 16, 19, 32, 34, 57, and the powerball 13. we asked some people what they're going to do in they eventually are the ones who win the jackpot.
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share my happiness with others. >> probably have a heart attack. in about 2 seconds, i don't know. >> i would open a nonprofit organization for battered women and children and i would donate money that my church. >> tom: and coming up at 8:22 financial expert joe bert 1467 to tell you what you should do with all that money if you are the lucky one to win it all. he has some good practical advice for you. and new this morning orlando police say a domestic argument led to shots fired last night. this happened just before 10:00 on piedmont street. cops say someone shot at a car 3 to 4 times. police say they do have a suspect and they are looking for him. no one was there. stroovrpz -- state troopers are looking to identify the person who was killed in a cash. it happened at u.s. 1 in cedar grove. the dodge pickup truck driver lost control and hit a tree and the truck burst into flames after impact. and developing this morning federal investigators now
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his plane in clermont. "fox 35" david williams has more from lake county. >> this mangled mess is what's left after this experimental aircraft crashed into a optimism field. daniel roach says he was in the mountains area moments after the small plane crashed. he heard the rescue chopper. >> i knew something was up and i came over here. >> reporter: the lake county sheriff's ivory says the pilot took off in the nearby ga land land area where the engine began to smoke. investigators say the plane dropped 500 feet from the sky. roach says planes are a common site around here. >> small planes that can, you know, fit two people. >> reporter: roach doesn't know who the pilot was. >> i hope you're all right. >> reporter: the faa is investigating.
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nonlife-threatening injuries. at last check he was in stable condition. reporting in lake county david williams, "fox 35 news." >> tom: 8:07 now. new this morning first airlines banned hoverboards and now it looks like the university of central florida is doing the same in dorms. message went up on the ucf facebook pacing yesterday. it says due to safety concerns hoverboards will no longer be allowed to be used, stored or charged in campus-owned or affiliated communities. the message also says students who have one have until this wednesday to remove them from on-campus housing. the post also cites the ongoing products safety investigation of hoverboard-related fires. happening right now, thousands of marathon runners huffing and puffing their way across walt disney world. take a live look at the walt disney world marathon finish line. the course runs through 4 theme parks.
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thursday with a 5k, there was a 10k friday and a half marathon yesterday. the races draw people from around the world and some people including "fox 35" john brown run all 4 races. that's called the dopey challenge and certain reasoning behind that name if you want to. runners who do it put in a total of 48.6 miles. wow! all right. still to come a mom arrested for drinking under the influence but it was who the in the car according to police that have a lot of people surprised. he will would tell you who they say was sitting in the backseat, next. plus, we're learning new details about the arrest of drug kingpin el chap hoe how a hollywood actor, a very well known hollywood actor helped bring him down unwittingly. brooks told you there's some clouds in the sky out there. there's your proof.
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of the suntrust camera looking northeast from downtown orlando. you can see i-4 on the left. i don't know any major problems out on the roads looking at the highway patrol website i don't see anything that you know to
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>> tom: all right. it is 8:13. we're taking you live back to the walt disney world marathon. we're told the winner has crossed the finish line. we are working to get a name for 'cause it just happened. it looks like they're telling paulo our -- our photographer out there that he needs to back up and give him some room. we'll get you the name and tell you more about that coming up in just a few minutes. it looks like they're doing a little bit of media out there right now.
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in jail accused of driving under the influence with children in the backseat. melbourne police say they got a call about a wreckless driver saturday night near lake washington and u.s. 1. jacqueline tadriss is accused of speeding and swerving around cars with no headlights on. when she was pulled over she had open containers in the car and they also say there were 4 children in the backseat ranging from 2 to 16 years old. she's also accused of driving on a suspended license and police say she's already on books for a previous dui charge. she's also charged with child neglect. at this hour the u.s. military says a b52 bomber has returned to its base after flying over south korea. they were joined by a f-15. it comes after north korea claimed a nuclear test blast last week and we are waiting to find out what the fbi found when
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accused of shooting a philadelphia cop. edward archer is accused of worth shooting at the officer in the name of islam. both men survived. the nypd officer shot friday night continues recovering. new york police commissioner william bratton tweeted this picture. it shows officer sherrod stewart giving a thumb's up from his hospital bed. christopher rice is accused of shooting the 25-year-old officer in the right ankle. stewart returned fire hitting rice four times. rice is in the hospital too. it all happened as the nypd broke up what's called a large street fight. 5 people who were also hospitalized from that fight with stab wounds. 8:15 now. you decide 2016. an advocacy group wants republican presidential candidate donald trump's campaign to apologize. the council on american islamic relations says a muslim woman standing in silent protest was
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trump rally in south carolina on friday. now, the group wants trump's campaign to say sorry. and we are following new details this morning on the capture of notorious mexican drug lord joaquin el chapo guzman. his dream being seen on the big screen helped the mexican marines nab him after a deadly shooting that killed 5 people. last year the drug lord met with the actor sean penn for a rolling stone article which was published yesterday. mexican law enforcement say guzman's contact with actors and producers for a supposed bio pic helped law enforcement track him down. guzman has been on the run since prison last summer. by the way, the prison that he's now back in, the same one he escaped from. el chapo's extradition to the u.s. where he faces drug charges in the united states may take up to 6 months.
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brooks, because we're having the crazy changes and these rainstorms that rolled through. >> meteorologist: yeah, it's not hot and humid with an afternoon thunderstorm every day. you're exactly right. live look outside you can easily see, hey, it looks nice. we have some sun rolling through the clouds. we're going to see more sun this is go through the afternoon hours as a cold front pushes through central florida. right now, it's continuing to move through central florida behind the front. >> temperatures 61 degrees right now in gainesville. 49 in pensacola and ahead of the front temperatures a bit warm 70 in orlando. 68 right now in brevard county. we do have a couple of showers through osceola brevard county this morning on the way to church -- if you hit a shower more than likely it will last about 5 minutes and be done. no thunderstorms this morning and only spots again osceola brevard counties where we might see a shower. cool air comes in midweek. wet and wendy late next week.
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winds in orlando west-southwest at 6 but already the winds in northern lake county, marion county, alachua county going more west or northwest and we can find where the front is by looking at the dew points. it's a level in the moisture in the atmosphere. the lower the dew point the less humidity we have. much lower dew points in ocala and gainesville and every else as we go through the day you'll see the humidity and feel the humidity start to decrease. temperature-wise, yeah, temperatures predominantly in the 60s right now even some low 70s in the i-4 cornered -- corridor. 61 cool degrees newspaper gainesville so the cold front is coming on through, temperatures behind the front, 20s, 30s, 40s, even 2 below in omaha but then you factor in the wind look at these wind chills. incredible, coldest time of the year, 10 below st. louis, 12 below omaha. wind chill right now, 29 in birmingham, alabama.
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of showers this morning, rain will clear and all that system will head to the north so it's going to be a nice next few days if you like the cool weather. the west-northwest winds are really start to blow this is go through the morning hours. overnight low look for low temperatures in the 40s for the most part even some upper 30s in alachua county and marion county with clearing skies. tomorrow, tuesday, wednesday, all 3 days high temperatures only in the low maybe the mid-60s with lows in the 40s, a little cooler north and west of i-4 and then we watch for the lake week rainstorm and warm conditions as we start next weekend. snap the sun time. beautiful picture this morning, linda in deltona -- >> tom: what, i love it? >> meteorologist: beautiful perspective. i like the different trees in there as well. linda, thanks for snapping the sun. >> tom: all right. just about 8:20 now.
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hitting epic proportions the jackpot if you haven't heard this morning is up to $1.3 billion. a financial expert is here to break down just how likely you are to win and what you need to know if you're doing an office pool and what you might want to think about if you happen to strike it rich. here's another look outside at i-4 at church street, you can see no problems there. taking a look now at the highway patrol website off the air and i don't see anything you need to know about.
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>> tom: 8:23. a live look at i-4 in seminole county right behind our station in lake mary. no problems on this stretch of i-4. i just take a look at the west side i don't see any problems that we need to tell you about. but again if anything happens we'll let you know he. a potential jackpot of nearly $950 million was not enough to get you to buy a powerball ticket, how about 1.3 billion? that is the estimated payout wednesday after no one collected the mega prize last night. your chances have winning are
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some things that you need to think about. certified financial planner joe bert is here to talk about it. $1.3 billion. >> that's not chump change. >> tom: even the cash payout has to be a billion dollars, you know, the lump sum up front. >> well, the lump sum if you don't take the 1.3 billion you get 500 million. >> tom: on that 1.3 billion? that's just crazy. >> if you invested it in tax-free bonds about 20, $25 million a month for the rest of your life tax-free. >> tom: it would be tempting to take all of it -- just to say you were taking a billion. >> it all depends on the personality. it all depends on the individual. i speak from experience our firm has a good portion of having some lotteries and professional lottery republicans as clients as what we call can be sudden we got it can be a blessing or a curse. >> tom: there's a lot of stories out there where it became a curse for people. >> yep, yep. >> tom: you just mentioned the payment options.
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>> yes. >> tom: how rare is it for somebody to win. any one person. >> the probability of winning is about 1 in 300 million. tom, it's equivalent to flipping a coin and getting heads or tails 28 times in a row. >> tom: okay. >> that's about the equivalent of -- >> tom: okay. >> but i know we're in trouble when my wife said did anybody win and i said no and we need to buy tickets. it's out of control. it's out of control. >> tom: we talked to a guy who won a lottery jackpot several times in his life. you know, a lot of people are going to say you know what? i'm going to increase my odds i'm going to go in on a office pool with 25, 100 people. >> sure. >> tom: does that do anything -- >> it does increase your odds but remember you're splitting it with 25 or warm-up00 people and so your odds increase but your odds increase but you're -- it's still not bad. >> tom: now, is there danger in that on putting --
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you are establishing a pool because remember that proof you won is that little piece of paper and if you lose that little piece of paper you can be in trouble so what you want to do if you have an office pool, first of all, appoint a leader everybody agrees is in charge and write an agreement what happens are we going to take a lump sum or annuity payout over a number of years. >> spkr2: okay. >> number 3, copy the tickets. make for it copies be sure -- because what has if somebody goes and buys the tickets and i'll buy for the pool but this one here i bought for myself. >> tom: right. >> and therein lies the proper be. >> tom: so now you got me thinking do you need to actually write out a contract and have all the names in it? >> without question. it should be written out, everybody gets a copy i felt. everybody agrees because this -- you've seen it, i've seen it it could really create problems. you got to have an agreement but watch what you do with that ticket and if you're an individual winner -- >> tom: right. >> do not tell anybody. >> tom: yeah. >> because -- because the instant -- you tell a family
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goes on a social media around the world you'll have people at your front door like that and that piece of paper is the -- >> tom: and it's worth a lot of money. >> lock it up in a safety deposit box until you talk to an advisor. >> tom: where can they find you. >> joe bert, two words. >> tom: thanks, joe. >> thanks, tom. >> spkr2: disney is reportedly looking at using new technology at their parks. we're going to let you know what
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morning. which coincidentally it is.
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little bit bleary-eyed. here's a look outside straight down state road 408 looking east toward the coast. you can see a little bit of a cloudy day. there is some sunshine that we've seen peeking through. 69, 70 degrees out there. there's some changes, coming, welcome back. i'm tom johnson. thanks for waking up with us. here's the top stories we're working on for you right now. we start with "fox 35" jackie orozco. >> reporter: a volusia county man charged with sexual battery, false imprisonment and aggravated assault finally turns himself in. i'll explain why he did it coming up. >> tom: plus, new technology disney world. more on their new plan to use drones and how coming up. also a new trend has people ditching alcohol this month we're taking a closer look at january. so far. air. brooks?
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of showers as we go through the morning hours predominately and brevard counties. that towercam we need to go up and clean that lens. it's not really -- >> tom: you do it. >> meteorologist: i don't need, man, give me -- give me when they -- what do they calls those flying suits things, what do they calls those? >> tom: crazy train. >> meteorologist: you hop off and fly -- what are they called? >> tom: i don't know. >> meteorologist: you know the people -- >> tom: they kind of glide down, i don't know what they're called i don't know i'm not climbing up and cleaning it. >> meteorologist: i want to toe you we do have some colder air to come in to play this is go through the day today. cold front but it's all relative, folks. we'll have highs in the 60s the next couple of days. look at the current wind chills, 14 below in omaha. 25 below in winnipeg. i just looked at minneapolis, 24 degrees below wind chill. here's our cold front temperatures coming ahead of it. temperatures in the upper 70s and -- here's the rain.
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they'll pass over into brevard counties as we go through the morning; otherwise, it's going to be a nice day. you'll feel the winds of change blow as the winds come from the west-northwest gusting at times 15 miles an hour temperatures in the low 70s. we'll have the full forecast in just a few minutes, tom? >> tom: all right. we'll see you then, brooks. developing this morning a man accused of teaming up with his girlfriend to sexually battery another woman multiple times set to make his first appearance in front of a judge in the case this morning. terrell williamson turned himself in last night. "fox 35" jackie orozco is at the vish county jail with more. >> reporter: 18-year-old terrell williamson had a smile on his face when he took his new mugshot. he's been arrested before for narcotics and having a concealed weapon. but this time he's charged with 3 counts of sexual battery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and false imprisonment. sheriff's deputies say
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battered a woman 3 times in her apartment. williamson held the victim at gunpoint. hill was arrested on friday and faced the judge yesterday. >> all right. miss hill, you are charged with sexual battery on a helpless person, there's probable cause that you committed that crime. >> reporter: she remains in jail on $150,000 bond. her mother was in court to defend her daughter. >> whatever they have her charged with is not the truth. >> reporter: the williamson's aunt was defending her nephew and say he's innocent. >> i feel like it's messed up. justice will be served. they can cry later but we got all the proof we have right here. >> tom: it is 8:34 now. an elderly man from osceola county is dead after crashing his car into a retention pond. it happened on neptune road near meadow springs court. troopers say the 82-year-old kissimmee man left the roadway, went down a grassy embankment
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in volusia county a substitute teacher is accused of threatening her students with violence if they didn't pay attention in her class. police say it happened@an elementary school in daytona beach. school officials say the sub told her students if they did not listen to her someone would come to school and shoot them with an ak47 assault rifle. she's also accused of saying she had a key to the classroom and that she would let the gunman in to shoot the children between their eyes in they didn't behave. school district officials have alerted daytona beach police. the state fire marshal's office looking into a marion county fire in which 4 animals were rescued. fire crews went to a house in the silver springs shores area of ocala yesterday. now, as firefighters were working to put out the flames, deputies who were already on scene before the fire happened say a person jumped out a window and was apprehended. they don't say much more about that, though. i wish we could give you more details why they apprehended
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firefighters saved 3 rabbits as you can see and a turtle. state fire marshal is investigating. this morning, a 1-year-old boy is recovering after a pit bull bit him in volusia county. the sheriff's office says the boy's mother and her son was playing outside their home on friday night. the dog bit the boy on the face and head. the mom told deputies the attack was not provoked and that she had been feeding the homeless dog for about a month. animal control officials are still looking for that dog. could we one day see drones in the skies above walt disney world resort. our news partners at the "orlando sentinel" report the park wants to use drones during fireworks shows. disney filed an application with the faa asking to allow drones to fly over commercial spaces. disney say the drones would stay over the fireworks zone and not over park guests. this week marked 1 year since florida legalized same-sex marriage.
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flocked to county courthouses to get married january 6th 2015. "fox 35" ryan elijah talked about the anniversary with the "orlando sentinel." >> reporter: and let's talk more about this renee from the "orlando sentinel" joining us to talk more about it. renee good to see you. >> you too. >> reporter: it's an interesting article this road you have gone down. there's so many things that transpired of the year. what did you actually dig into for this story some >> well, we thought we should tell people how many same-sex couples are getting married now. that's more difficult than we anticipated. the state does not keep track and only a limited number of clerks of courts. those are people who actually issue the marriage licenses keep track by sex so we decided to compare year 2015 numbers to 2014 numbers and we had numbers for the first 9 months of 2015 so that's what we went with and what we found in florida statewide, the number of marriage licenses issued is up 13%. if you go back a year beyond
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people are getting married in florida. >> reporter: i think a lot of people would be fascinated that they don't keep track of that but yet the numbers are still up this year? >> um, i think it's an obvious conclusion you can you can make that a very substantial portion of that increase is same-sex marriage couples. >> reporter: when you look -- i know part of the story looks at in the pending bills in tallahassee as well protection for pastors, doctors, other things as well, what all is included in that? >> one of the bills that made a progress in the house it's a path to protection act and it would shield ministers from legal action should, um, they morally oppose marrying same-sex couples. it was sponsored by longwood republican scott plaken, florida the gay and lesbian advocacy group opposes it.
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need for protection because ministers' rights are protected under the first amendment. they can and can expect not to face all sorts of challenges. >> reporter: so many things stand out as well. anything that stood out to you, renee, when you were looking at all these facts that were different from year-to-year. >> yes, i was really struck at some national numbers. as you are in june the u.s. supreme court made a ruling it says any state that bans same-sex marriage you're violating the constitutional rights of gays and lesbians so an organization, um, at the ucla school of law reports -- i'm looking down at some numbers here, reports that in 2013, 21% of same-sex couples in america were married. in october, just after that u.s. supreme court decision, 45% was married. >> reporter: wow! >> so you see an incredible
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same-sex couples are married. >> reporter: and i really appreciate the time. everybody could read more about this in the "orlando sentinel" that they have. good to see you renee. >> thanks, ryan. >> tom: 21 minutes before 9:00. a lot of people are taking part in dry january. that's where people skip out on alcohol all month long. so what are the benefits and is it worth it? we're taking a closer look but first youths are looking for a gomed crop today. the 43rd annual diving of the cross symbolizing jesus from his
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th >> tom: this is from the women's side, her winning time 2 hours 1:20:1. it looks like that is in the epcot area. congratulations for making it out there. that is an accomplishment. 22.6 miles. so there's a new trend in new year's resolutions called dry january. take a look somewhere and you'll find it on the internet i'm sure. people are resolving to give up alcohol for the entire month.
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days with 0 alcohol, zero, zip. it's popular in england especially and now many americans are giving it up too. doctors say dry january has its share of pros and cons going alcohol-free from a life of regular drinking will cause you to sleep better which leads to feeling better all day long. you would also put yourself on track to drinking less after the challenge is over. doctors say doing dry january can also help you with another new year's resolution. >> if one of your new year's resolutions is that you're going to lose weight, by eliminating alcohol you're eliminating a lot of calories and it's going to do you good with the diet. if you're is not drinking and you replace it with a lot of carbs and a lot of calories you're going to gain weight. >> tom: doctors add the downside is that the challenge could cause you to replace drinking with an even more unhealthy habit so there you go. dry january. 8:45, about 69, 70 degrees out there. brooks, we have some clouds but
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areas, right? >> meteorologist: yeah, we're going to see some more sun as we go through the afternoon and especially the next few days. central florida right now. cool air behind it. pensacola 59. tallahassee 54 degrees. central florida. the winds will kick up as we go through the mid to late morning hours and you'll notice the chill in the at their this afternoon. the drier, cooler air filtering in. also dealing with a couple of showers this morning predominately osceola brevard county just a couple of passing showers and that's it. everywhere else will stay rain-free probably all the way through wednesday or maybe through even sometime on thursday. cool weather all the way through midweek so you've got the jackets and the coats. you'll need them this week because it's going to be feeling chilly across central florida. could see a lake weak storm system and that's next weekend looks warm just like we were yesterday in the past couple of days. outside right now it is warm. as a matter of fact, daytime highs today are going to be just another couple of degrees from
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70 in orlando. west winds at 9 miles an hour. you could already see the west-northwest winds in some spots in lake marion county so that's where the front's already passed through. we'll see west winds predominantly today. cooler temperatures, look at that. 61 in gainesville. i-4 corridor we're in the 70s so it's pleasant when you ahead outside with this this afternoon we'll start to tap into these really cold conditions. look at that current temperatures 37 birmingham, 38 jackson, mississippi. 2 below that's the temperature right now in omaha, nebraska. clearing skies as well as a matter of fact for the next few days, we'll see a lot of sun once we get rid of the clouds today. so here's the forecast. again, 10% chance of an early morning shower. osceola brevard counties only. otherwise, look for high temperatures a little bit warmer than where they are now but not much. low 70s. overnight tonight, in orlando, 48 degrees. alachua, marion county you'll be in the 30s tonight and the 30s for the next couple of nights there.
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highs in the 60s monday contusion wednesday -- tuesday and wednesday. chilly temperatures to start the cool, wet and we end it with a little bit wet. it's time for weather baby. who do we have this morning. julianna beautiful little girl julianna. i love the hair bow with the flare on it. i love the tutus on your feet and one pretty girl with a beautiful smile. if you want your child on weather baby all you have to do is log onto the website and follow the website. tom? >> tom: the nfl playoffs are really raging right now. the green bay packers take on the washington redskins in the nfc wildcard game. one kickoff 4:40. coverage starts at 4:00. meanwhile the orlando magic coming off a tough loss at home. "fox 35" adam shadoff has that story and more. >> reporter: good morning, everyone.
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were probably pretty happy to finish up a brutal stretch of games that saw them go 7 times in 11 days targets at the end of 2015 but some had to do it by hosting the wizards last night. a team they hadn't beaten in the last 11 tries. we're going to begin in the first quarter with this guy john wall one of the best point guards in the league. he goes around the back, finishes with the easy bucket. washington up 5, magic again having trouble. go to the fourth quarter now, orlando down 14, mario to eric gordon get him in the did you think did you think contest. under 3 minutes to play. shock clock winding down. wall gets 3 of his 2 points. wizards win 104-55. magic are off to london next. florida state went to play miami last night in front of new cane's head football coach mark rick. he flushes of his team.
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who can stuff it too. sheldon mcclellan gay game high 29 points. 13-1 noles dropped a-3 in acc play. gators hosting lsu in the freak show to ben simmons all he did was get a game high 28 points and 17 rebounds for the tigers. this game was tight all the way but in the end, gators showed some needed energy late, john gets a huge bucket, a hook shot. he had 13-6 of them in the final 2 minutes gators win 68-62. they're 2-1 in conference play. adam gates is now the the youngest head coach in the nfl but the dolphins are giving the 37-year-old an awful a lot of power. the fins will be the head coach and all the play calling duties and of the the final say over the 53-man roster. he has worked in the offensive
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said, players don't care what you've done in the past, they want to know how you can you can help them on the field and how you can make them a better player and how you can get them played and if you can do those type of things, guys will respect that. >> reporter: chiefs gone 22 years without a playoff win but hoping to change that saturday night at the texans in the wildcard round. this is a pretty good start. niles davis 106 yards with the open kickoff for a touchdown that's a sign of things to come. nothing worked for the texans on offense. got to the point they put in this will fork on offense. jj watt at qb and that was running off from decision but really wasn't any worse than what the starter did for
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worse game of his career. chief cruise 30-nada that's 11 straight wins for kansas city. 6 goals from 6 different players including 4 in the third period. meant is 6-3 for the solar bears in wheeling. orlando heads to kalamazoo now on tuesday night and that's it for your "fox 35 news" morning sports zone. i'm adam shadoff. >> tom: oh, but there's more. have you heard about the catch from yesterday in the steelers game? a flip catch between the leg flip catch and it's trending this morning. take a look. in zone bound and it is a touchdown. >> tom: let's slow it down again. give you another look, all right? >> he tried to control it and make sure he didn't lose it. this is amazing acrobatic effort. from behind. i was so busy -- and he flips
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>> tom: seriously, holy moly. by the way, the steelers end up beating the bengals 18-15 in the last field goal and one of the biggest mental meltdowns you've ever seen see what the bengals did to lose this game because it is frankly almost hard to believe even with their bad luck in the playoffs for 7 years. >> tom: still to come if you're in the market for a new house, how about the maybe mansion? hmmm! one of the world's famous houses
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more on the famous real e >> tom: 8:55. actually 8:56. a rapper mistaken for someone trying to cash fake checks at the bank. >> tom: rapper black young sta whipped out 200 bucks from an atlanta bank. but at the same time the bank manager called the police for another customer they thought he was cashing a check. police mistook the rapper for the suspect, oops! we're looking -- we're getting the first look at lamar odom
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friday. tmz reports part of odom's rehab he'll be working on walking, talking, reading and writing. that's how bad it was for him. lamar has been hospitalized since october when he was found unconscious at a nevada brothel. one of the world's most famous mansions is now for sale if you've got a few mil laying around. playboy mansion has some conditions. first, hugh hefner is allowed to live in the house until he passes away. also his bedroom is not part of the open house. the 6-acre estate built in 1927 -- the magazine company looking to get at least $200 what? if you win the powerball, you could buy it. no problem. 8:57. coming up on "good day orlando" at 9:00, new research showing a majority of people losing friends at a rapid pace.
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and how you can correct it if you fall in this group. plus, a new year means new
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in 2016 >> tom: and good morning, i'm
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it's sunday, january 10th. thanks for being here. working on this morning. we start with jackie orozco. >> reporter: yes. >> tom: jackie is in volusia county this morning covering this man's first appearance in court today in front of a judge on a sexual battery charge. we'll get you back out to here in just a few minutes. >> she said, oeshgs h, it's a tornado and we ran and hid. >> tom: cleanup underway in southwest florida after a tornado hit. we'll give you a closer look at the damage and let you hear from some of the people who went through it. plus, still no winner. powerball jackpot now worth an estimated, hold on to something billion. how likely you are to win and how local people say they would spend it if they happen to strike it rich. and we're taking you live to the walt disney world marathon all morning long.
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we do have a couple of winners. we'll tell you who they are coming up in just a few minutes. right now, let's talk about the weather and, brooks, i know there are some clouds around out there today, those runners probably are glad for that. >> meteorologist: it's also warm and humid but we're going to see the winds of change start to blow in the next couple of hours next the i-4 corridor. already some cold air coming into alachua county, marion county, sumter county and flagler county with a cold front coming through central florida. give it another, what seven, 9:02. give it another 3 hours it will be past brevard county so everybody will feel the winds of change. temperatures in the 40s in pensacola in the 50s in tallahassee, excuse me, tallahassee, 61 degrees in gainesville. 70 both in melbourne and here in orlando so we'll just get the front past and makes's see the colder -- we'll see the colder drier airs. the showers will be done by the next hour, most of us will stay dry.
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at the winds today. west-northwest turning northwest late. 15 miles an hour and gusty. high temperatures, low 70s but by late this afternoon, into the 60s. we'll have the full 7-day forecast coming up, tom? >> tom: all right. 9:02, almost 9:03 developing this morning the man accused of teaming up with his girlfriend to sexually batter another woman multiple times set to make his first peernsz in front of a judge in the case this morning. as a matter of fact, he's making it right now. this is a new mugshot of terrell williamson. he turned himself last night. "fox 35" jackie orozco is at volusia county jail with more. >> reporter: we were the only station to speak with terrell williamson's family. now, they're telling us that he's innocent and the reason why he finally turned himself in is because he was looking for a lawyer. 18-year-old terrell williamson had a smile on his face whether he took his new mugshot. he's been arrested before for narcotics and having a concealed weapon. but this time he's charged with
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counts of sexual battery, false imprison. he and his girlfriend daria hill sexually battered a woman several times in one week in hill's deland apartment. at one point deputies say williamson held the victim at gunpoint. hill was arrested on friday and faced the judge yesterday. >> all right, miss hill, you are charged with sexual battery on a helpless person. there's probable cause -- >> reporter: she remains in jail on a $150,000 bond. her mother was in court to defend her daughter. >> whatever they have her charged with is not the truth. >> reporter: this is williamson's aunt she too was defending her nephew and says he's innocent. >> i feel like it's messed up but it's all right. justice will be served. they can cry later but we've got all the prove right here. >> reporter: williamson will be facing a judge later this morning for now we'll let you happen, for now jackie orozco reporting for "fox 35 news."
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after a tornado destroyed homes and cars. this is in fort myers in cape coral. you can see a car flipped upside down, smashed into a garage. fences all down and debris all over everybody's yards. people who were in the storm's bath dost they got cell phone warnings but they were a little surprised how quickly the tornado hit. >> we started seeing, like, lightning and a big flash in the back and the next thing we know we harder like a freight train or -- >> like a 747 flying overhead. >> my grandson was outside and i had to push him in the house and go to the front and everything was going. we have a bouncy house, it was, like, 2 blocks down the road. >> tom: so the storm also knocked out power for hundreds of families across collier and lee counties. in other words of anybody hurt. the powerball jackpot -- i hate to tell you if you haven't checked your numbers this morning, nobody won. it's now up over a billion
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more and more victims still being bought. this now brings wednesday's drawing to an estimated 1.3 billion to be exact. the odds still the same 1 in 292 million. the winning numbers were 16, 19, 32, 34, 57 and the powerball 13. so we asked some people what they're going to do if they're lucky enough to win the jackpot. >> not a clue. be happy. share my happiness worries. >> probably have a heart attack for about 2 seconds. no, i don't know. i would open a nonprofit organization for battered women and children and i would also donate money 2450i8 church. >> tom: and you can stay with "fox 35 news" as the jackpot continues climbing and you can bet it will as we head to wednesday night's drawing. we'll have the wiping numbers when they're finally drawn and somebody finally wins we'll let you know.
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say a domestic argument led to shots fired last night. it happened just before 10:00 on piedmont street. cops say somebody shot at a car 3 to 4 times. police say they do have a suspect and they are looking for him right now. nobody was there. state troopers are working to identify a driver killed in a crash early this morning. it happened just after midnight on u.s. 1 at cedar grove road in oak hill. the patrol says a dodge pickup driver lost control and hit a tree. the truck burst into flames after impact. and developing this morning, federal investigators involved after a pilot crashed his plane in clermont. "fox 35" david williams has more from lake county. >> reporter: this mangled mess is what's left after this experimental aircraft crashed into an open field. the lake county sheriff's office shows the wreckage. daniel roach shows he was in the area moments after the small plane crashed. he heard the rescue chopper.
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i was in the golf cart and i came over here. >> reporter: the lake county sheriff's office says the pilot took off from the nearby gator airfield in groveland and was doing touch and goes. those are a type of landing maneuver when the plane's engine area began to smoke. investigators said a plane reportedly dropped 500 feet from the sky. roach says planes are a common site around here. >> just small planes usually that can fit, you know, two people, you know, they just fly around the area. zblsh roach doesn't know who the pilot was but says -- >> i hope you're all right. >> reporter: the faa is now investigating. the pilot was taken to orms with nonlife-threatening injuries. at last check he was in stable condition. reporting in lake county, david williams, "fox 35 news." >> tom: and new this morning, first airlines banned hoverboards. there's been a lot of coverage about that. now, it looks like the university of central florida is doing the same thing in its dorms. this is a trend that universities across the country. a message went up on ucf housing
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it says due to safety concerns, hoverboards will no longer be allowed to be used stored or charged in campus-owned or affiliated communities. the message says students who have hoverboards have until this wednesday to remove them from on-campus housing. the post also cites the ongoing consumer products safety commission investigation of hoverboard-related fires. 9:09. happening now, thousands of marathon runners huffing and puffing their way across walt disney world and we do have a men's and women's side winners this morning on the men's side a runner from brazil one on the mercedes side he's a multiwinner. a woman from florida right here in central florida finished first for the women. the 26.2-mile course, which you are are looking live at the finish line right now runs through 4 theme parks. the weekend of races kicked off
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there was a 10k friday and a half marathon yesterday. the race draws people from around the world and some people including "fox 35" john brown run all four. they call that the do thatty challenge. no comments, please. runners who do it put in a total of 48.6 miles. wow! you get bragging rights with your friends, too. still to come a mom was arrested for drunk driving but who she had in the car we are has a lot of people raving eyebrows. what police say was sitting in the backseat. plus new details about the arrest of drug kingpin el chapo, how an a list hollywood actor may have unwitnessedingly helped bring him down. here's a live look outside some of the clouds going outside of the city beautiful, skies not so beautiful out there right now. but there is some sunshine around. there are changes in the weather.
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about that call about a wreckless driver saying the near lake washington and u.s. 1. a woman is charged of swerving around cars without any headlights on. investigators say when they pulled the woman over she had open alcohol containers in the car. children in the backseat ranging from 2 to 16 years old. the mother also accused of
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and police say she's already on books for a previous dui. the woman also charged with child neglect. at this hour the u.s. military says a b52 bomber is back at its base after flying over south korea. the bomber was joined by a south korean f15 on that flight. the show of force claims north korea claimed a nuclear test blast just last week. and we're waiting to find out when the fbi found when they raided the home of a man accused of shooting a philadelphia cop. edward archer is accused of shooting the officer and yelling that he did it in the name of islam. the wounded officer returned fire, shot archer several times you. both men did survive. and the nypd officer shot friday night continuing recovering. new york police commissioner william bratton tweeted this picture. it shows officer sherrod stewart giving a thumb's up from his hospital bed. christopher rice is accused of shooting the 25-year-old officer right in the right ankle. stewart returned fire hitting rice 4 times.
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it all happened as thenypd broke up what they called a large street fight and is because that fight 5 other people are also hospitalized with stab wounds. you decide 2016 now, an advocacy group wants republican presidential candidate donald trump to apologize. the council on american islamic relations says a woman standing in silent protests was heckled and escorted out of a trump rally out in south carolina friday. now, the group wants trump's campaign to say sorry. and we are following new details this morning on the capture of mexican drug lord joaquin el chapo guzman. el chapo's dream of seeing himself on the big screen may have helped the mexican marines nab him in his home state. this happened after -- after a deadly shootout rather that killed 5 people. last year the drug lord met with hollywood a list actor sean penn for a rolling stone article
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mexican law enforcement say guzman's contact with penn other actors and producers for a possible bio pic helped law enforcement track him down. guzman has been on the run since he escaped from a mexican prison last summer and by the way, el chapo is back in prison right now, guess what prison he's in? same one he busted out of. el chapo's extradition to the u.s. where he faces drug charges in several states may take at least 6 months. all right. let's talk about the weather. transition day, i guess, you would call it, brooks, there are changes coming right? >> meteorologist: big changes you never know what you're going to find in the weather center. marty our floor director last night was staying here last night watching. it's terrible, amazing stuff. we'll come back to that back in a little bit later in sports i'm sure we are. adam shadoff with sports update me with the weather update. consider outside. outside mostly cloudy skies. we're going to see a little bit of sun today.
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we'll see tons of son monday, tuesday, wednesday and today the in-between day because we have a cold front sliding through central florida. temperatures 75 degrees, melbourne, same thing orlando go just a little bit north and west. 51 gainesville, 55 tallahassee. 47 in pensacola so the cold air working its way into the sunshine state. now, out ahead of the cold front a few showers are out there this morning. osceola, brevard counties -- the only spots that will city a couple of showers out there. a little shower over port canaveral and a little showers in cocoa. what time is it, 9:18 through 10:30, 11:00 southern brevard county you could see a shower. everywhere else will stay dry and the cold weather stays all through midweek. get the jackets ready and next weekend already looking warm. pretty good confidence in that. outside it is warm, 70 degrees west winds at 10. high temperatures today are only going to the be a couple of
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coming in -- look at this northwest winds already, leesburg front's passing through, ocala it's already gone through so the northwest winds show where the colder air is coming into play and that's what we're seeing. temperatures in the i-4 corridor right in the central and coastal volusia counties. 61 in gainesville, 63 in ocala so some of the colder air already coming into central florida this morning. and look what we're tapping into. temperatures upstream, 37 birmingham, 40 atlanta, 28 in nfl -- nashville. wind chills right now at omaha, nebraska, 15 below zero. can't even fathom that. is that is colder than ice give me a break. storm system lifts off a few remnant showers for us just clearing skies, drier air filters in and today will be the in-between day. 73 degrees for the high, again, north and one of them alachua
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temperatures with the west-northwest winds gusting at times at 15 miles an hour. look for lows in the 40s ini-4 corridor -- in the i-4 corridor. it will be chilly by central florida standards. high temperatures only in the 60s, low to mid-60s with partly cloudy skies and late this week looks like it might be a little bit wet. all right. it's time for snap the sun, oh, gorgeous picture there. joe and deb down in st. cloud they're some of our favorite and the house -- >> tom: look at that. >> meteorologist: what do you think, tom? >> tom: the rainbow is coming right out of their roof. >> meteorologist: well -- >> tom: they must have a rainbow generator. it's in joel and deb's roof. thanks for snapping the sun. 9:20 now. lots of new cool tech toys could be hitting the market this is rather. we're checking out some of the newest inventions from the
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man, do i want to go to ces one day. the coolest show ever. and we're going to save you a little bit of money right now on the pump patrol. maybe help you save up some money so you can buy a cool tech toy. gas is 1.79 at the bp on east castlebury. i've seen it for 1.79 somewhere else in that area too. it amazes me every day. and 1.81 what you'll pay at the 7-eleven southeast in orlando. and you can check out gas-saving tips anytime you want to by going to fox35orlando.com and clicking on traffic. and here's a live look outside at some of the traffic that you're dealing with today. this is i-4 at church street and there are no problems, whatsoever, in this shot and i don't know of any other major problems out there. let me take a look at the highway patrol website. actually, they're showing state road 426 at state road 417 in
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>> tom: all right. here's live look outside at i-4
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our tv station in lake mary. and you can see no problems on this stretch of i-4. state road 426 i believe that's aloma at state road 417. this is the northbound entrance in oviedo. there is a crash with injuries according to highway patrol and the road is blocked there. again, that's state road 426, aloma, i believe, at state road 417, in that area somewhere a crash with injuries and a roadblock. keep it in mind. last decade and romantic relationships are often to blame. moving and jobs also big factors in ending relationships you. relationship experts say it's natural for relationships to fade over time, but if your
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wedges between you and your friends you could think about what's going on. hmmm! on the business watch it is the super bowl of the tech world. fox's lauren simonetti gives you a look at some of the hot new gadgets at this year's consumer electronics show in las vegas. >> this is the world cup and super bowl of technology conferences. we're talking 150,000 people from over 100 different countries, 30-plus football fields of football space. >> reporter: it's no surprise that wearable health devices are all the buzz and imagine folding up your tv and putting it away when you're done. lg unveiling an 18-inch tv that rolls up like a newspaper. and order your groceries directly from your refrigerator. samsung user hubs allows food orders from an app from a 2-foot screen on the front of the fridge. it will be available in may. >> you can actually have a camera inside your refrigerator if you miss something you can look and see if it's in the
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in front of the refrigerator you can actually go and order it from fresh direct are trying to on their refrigerator door. >> reporter: preowners of virtual reality headsets have begun. it will cost $600 and it includes a headset, mic, sensor, a remote and an xbox controller. >> you have to have a high end gaming computer to run it. so it's kind of out of the price range of a lot of people that might be interested. >> reporter: and fire up the turntable, vinyl make a coppell him. sony has a new record player that could convert vinyl into my res audio files. in new york, i'm lauren simonetti, fox business. >> tom: still to come, disney reportedly looking to have new technology at their parks. what they could be flying overhead fireworks besides the fireworks. brooks? >> meteorologist: winter is here but doesn't feel like it in central florida but the cooldown but nothing like what they're
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ohio valley 11 -- omaha 11 below. we'll be back. >> tom: here's a live look outside. the skyline downtown orlando coming from our camera on top of the "orlando sentinel" building. you can see those high clouds overhead. i believe if you look very closely maybe squint your eyes you can see a little bit of blue sky there. 69 degrees out there. stay wit find your sweet spot today with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories.
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the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today. america runs on dunkin'. >> tom: all right. 9:31. you're looking live at the world marathon. a lot of tired people coming across there. it started about 5:00 this morning. people still coming across the finish line. we have the two winners on the
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we'll tell you who they are and their winning times. and a "fox 35" "good day" anchor john brown just finished as well. that's his fourth race in 4 days. he ran every race this weekend and welcome back. i'm tom johnson. here's the top stories we are working on right now jackie orozco. >> reporter: good morning, tom, a volusia county judge sets a bond for a second person that i spoke exclusively with a family member and i'll let you know what they just told me coming up. >> tom: tech could be flying high above walt disney world. more plans on how they're going to use them coming up. blue skies in that disney view are trying to but not a lot of blue skies but from what we've been seeing , brooks? >> meteorologist: we'll see more in the examining days and we'll see some sun as we go
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some sun poking through the clouds. a lot of clouds just ahead and along with a cold front that's slicing through central florida this is go through the morning hours. behind the front, man, chilly conditions. 46 degrees right now the current reading in pensacola be. 55 in tallahassee. so winter making a return across the sunshine state and it comes back into play today. the front will continue to move south and east for probably clearing southern brevard county around noon. until then you could be seeing a couple of showers, osceola, brevard county only and you can see right now we have a couple of showers southern osceola right around the turnpike and southern brevard county as well. everywhere else everyone will stay dry we'll keep an eye for now here's your forecast for sunday out the door to church. work, wherever you might be going. it's going to be a nice pleasant day. the winds are going to kick up right behind the cold front coming out of the west-northwest or northwest 15 miles an hour and gusties.
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by 8:00, we'll have the full forecast coming up, tom? >> tom: all right. thanks, brooks. 9:33 developing this morning. the man accused of teaming up with his girlfriend to sexually battery another woman multiple this morning. actually, already did this morning. this is a new mugshot of terrell williamson. he turned himself in last night. "fox 35" jackie orozco live at the volusia county jail, jackie, i know you were in there there. how did it go? >> reporter: very quick, tom. it went pretty well. the judge just said that terrell williamson had that charge of that sexual battery and she gave him $150,000 bond and she also mentioned that he already had a warrant out for his arrest for violating a pretrial release regarding possession of cocaine and grand theft so again let's take a look at his new mugshot. are trying to you see z him smiling there.
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is facing 3 charges of sexual battery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and false imprisonment. 2340u volusia county sheriff's deputies say his girlfriend, daria hill helped him sexually battery a woman 3 times in one week in the apartment. deputies say it happened on the january 1st through the 5th and she was arrested friday. she faced a judge yesterday and she also has a $150,000 bond. now, williamson's aunt told us she's confident that her nephew will have all the charges dropped because he's interested. >> i feel like it's messed up but i feel it's already. all right. we've got all the proof we need right here. snoet >> reporter: i asked her why was her nephew smiling during that mugshot and she says when you're innocent you have nothing to hide. i also spoke with hill's mother and she was present and she said
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their bonds reduced so hopefully they'll have something by monday. but again, i don't know how you will it's going to be looking for williamson since the judge gave him no bond on that previous charge of the possession of cocaine and grand theft. for now reporting live here in volusia county, jackie orozco jackie orozcoings "fox 35 news." >> tom: an elderly man is dead after crashing his car into a retention pond. it happened on neptune road near meadow spring court. troopers say the 82-year-old kissimmee man left the roadway, went down a grassy embankment right into the retention pond. troopers say he sank and was pronounced at the scene. in volusia county, a bizarre story. a substitute teacher now accused of threatening her students with violence if they don't pay attention in her class. police say this happened at an elementary school in daytona beach. school officials say the sub told her students if they did not listen to her, someone would come to school and shoot them
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she's accused saying she has a key to the classroom and she would let the gunman in to shoot the children in between their eyes. it's all of. school district officials say police. the state fire marshal's office is looking into a marion county fire in which 4 animals were rescued. fire crews went in the silver springs shores in ocala yesterday as firefighters worked to put out the flames, deputies who had already been on the scene say somebody jumped out a them. they don't say why they apprehended them, just that they did. inside a little bit nicer story. firefighters saved 3 rabbits and a turtle. state fire marshal again is investigating. this morning a 1-year-old boy is recovering after a pit bull bit him in volusia county. the sheriff's office says the boy's mother and her son were playing outside of their de leon springs house friday night. the dog bit the boy on the face and the head. the mom told deputies the attack was not provoked and that she
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dog for about a month. animal control officials say they are still looking for that dog. could we one day see drones in the skies above walt disney world? our news partners at the "orlando sentinel" report the park does want to use drones during fireworks shows. disney filed an application with the faa asking to allow drones to fly over commercial spaces. disney says the drones will stay over the fireworks zone, though, not over park guests. all right. so the nfl playoffs are in full swing. the green bay packers in the nation's capital taking on the washington redskins, hail to the redskins and the nfc wildcard game this afternoon. kickoff is at 4:40. coverage begins on "fox 35" at 4:00 pm. the orlando magic coming off a tough loss at home, "fox 35" adam shadoff has that story and more. more.
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were probably happy to finish off a brutal game of stretches that saw them go 7 times in 11 days starting at the end of 15 days they had to do it by hosting the wizards last night. a team they hadn't beaten in the last 11 tries. we're going to begin in the fourth quarter with this guy -- first quarter. he goes around the back finishes with the easy bucket. washington up 5. magic again having trouble. go to the fourth quarter now, orlando down 14, mario to eric gordon beat him in the duct taping did you think contest. he had 10. magic down 12. shock clock winding down, wall gets 3 of his 21 points. florida state went to play miami last night in front of new canes head football coach, they led easily he flushes 2 of his team high 13 points on the break. but the hurricanes have some
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sheldon mcclellan, game high 21 points. canes win 32-79. noles drop 0-3 in acc play. gators hosting lsu in the freak show monteverdi academy ben simmons all he did was worded get a game high 17 touchdowns. the gators showed some needed energy late. john gets a huge bucket, a little hook shot he had 13, 6 of them in the final minutes. gators win 68-62. they're 2-one in conference play. >> reporter: adam gates is the youngest head coach in the nfl but the dolphins are giving the 37-year-old an awful lot of player. they introduced him saturday afternoon at a press conference. he will not only work as a head coach he'll little handle all the play-calling duties and have final say over the 53-man roster. he has worked as an offensive coordinator in chicago and in denver he's the fourth straight
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without any nfl head coaching experience. >> i learned a long time it's about what you can -- what you can teach players, the knowledge you have, the work ethic you have. john kitna told me in 2007, he said players don't care what you've done in the past, they want to know how you can help them on the field, how can you make them a better player and how can you get them paid? and if you can do those type of things, guys will respect that. >> reporter: chiefs gone 22 years without a playoff win but hoping to i think what that saturday night at the texans in the wildcard round. this is a pretty good start. nile davis, 106 yards with the opening kickoff for a touchdown that's a sign of things to come. nothing worked for the texans on offense. got to the point they put in will fork at offense. and that was not an awesome decision but really wasn't any worse than what the starter did for houston, brian hoyer had the
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chiefs cruise 30-nada. that's 11 straight wins for kansas city. 6 goals from 6 different players including 4 in the third period meant a 6-3 win for the solar bears in wheeling. orlando heads to kalamazoo on tuesday night. and that's it for your "fox 35" morning sports zone. i'm adam shadoff. >> tom: all right. 9:42 just about. a new year means new trends we're checking out what's hot
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hey, guys, it's annie. you know, as moms, we are always looking for new ways to save money. pwell today, i'm going to share with you pa simple tip that could help you stretch your budget when it comes to your grocery shopping. not bad. pit's easy: bogos from other stores aren't always the best deal, pbut walmart every day low prices, pwell, that could save you some money. orlando, the total amount saved at walmart vs winn dixie was $16.17 in this week's basket - that's 14%
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prices a try today. you'll be glad you did. >> tom: check this out. we've been falling the walt disney world marathon all day. that's "fox 35" john brown crossing the finish line. that's the finish of the dopey challenge for him. do you know what that is, brooks?
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you run from here to australia. >> tom: essentially. it's when you run all 4 of the races they had a 5k thursday, 10k, half marathon and full marathon and john did them all. >> meteorologist: god bless him. that's -- that's why they make arches so anyway, congratulations, john. happy birthday to you if you are celebrating on this fine day let's take a look at some celebs you're sharing your birthday with. first up -- >> meteorologist: maggie may, he's getting up there. >> tom: yeah. >> meteorologist: 77. >> tom: i was going to go 78. holy cow! george for man. [laughing] >> tom: big george he's most of >> meteorologist: younger than rods. >> tom: yes, i think 65. >> meteorologist: 6. which one. >> tom: 67. >> meteorologist: i'll say 67. >> tom: hey, by the way, happy
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>> meteorologist: sweet! [talking simultaneously] [talking simultaneously] >> tom: for the pittsburgh steelers. >> meteorologist: out in the weather center and -- >> tom: very cool. >> meteorologist: marty our director is a huge redskins fan. most beautiful day on tap. partly to mostly cloudy skies. we'll see more sunshine this is go through coming days. today is going to be a mixed bag because of the cold front moving through. speaking of the cold front look at these temperatures right now, 70 degrees in orlando. 71 degrees in melbourne but back behind the cold front, temperatures in the 40s, 50s and 60s so very chilly air is getting ready to come in to central and it's going to be cold, monday, tuesday, wednesday cold she's by central florida standards. also this morning a few showers, osceola brevard county
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third of those areas. everywhere will stay dry and the cool weather comes in today that lasts all the way through midweek so get the winter clothes ready. wet and windy this week with another storm system and then next weekend right now, looks like we'll be back in the 70s, maybe even some 80s. outside right now 70 degrees winds west in orlando. you can you can tell where the cold front has already been through because the winds are northwest like brooksville, leesburg, and ocala and the winds will continue to go west colder air. right along the coast temperatures near 70. low 60s alatch uia counties marion county your high temperatures will stay in the midmaybe some upper 60s. we're tapping into some very, very chilly air, look at that. 8 degrees in st. louis. the wind chill 19 in nashville all that cold air will come in to central florida and linger though we won't see any wind chills around 19. here's your forecast for today and the next 7 days looks like this.
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few degrees warmer than where we are right now. when the cold front moves through the winds of change will blow. you'll feel it getting colder and drier and we stay that way monday, tuesday, wednesday. chilly to start the daze, 40s for the most part 30s north and west of town so bundle up on the way to church, work, school wherever you might be going this week and we end off the week on a wet note. weather baby time, who do we have this morning? eric, eric is looking good. eric is all stoked -- are those panda bears, tom, that's what it looks like? >> tom: let me look those are pandas. >> meteorologist: eric one brave guy thanks for hanging out with us and your pandas looking good this morning. if you want your kid on weather baby all you have to do is log onto our website and follow the links. tom? >> tom: all right. thanks, brooks. 9:49. you know a lot of hairstyles, makeup trends from 2015 are out the door they're not going to hang there meanwhile there's some new looks that will be
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miss america stylist and copperhead salon is here with 2016. good morning to see you. >> guest: good morning, good to see you. with the new. let's talk about what's not hot in hair. red hair like rihanna, in or out. >> guest: rhianna changes her hair all the time with the bright coke can red is very out. >> tom: righting. >> guest: what's more current this year is more dimensional color so still bright but more in the coppery tones, orangey, yellow, sunset colors those are more current right now. >> tom: let's check out a look with chrissy teigen and this is umber? >> guest: umber. >> tom: this is out? >> guest: it's an easy leah hairstyle it's always going to go in. he called you lazy hairstyle. >> guest: you can go months
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this will be more semi in but what's more finer foils, a mixture of colors instead of fading from the brown to the gold to the light it's going to -- you can use those same tones but use them a lot tighter together and more dimensional and tighter closer to the route. >> tom: the man bun. we have one on liam helms worth i believe. that's out, gone? >> guest: yeah, you know, it's sort of a big joke anyway. now, you saw a clip on man buns which is just hilariously men are loosening up their hair but it's haggy curly textured look and a lot of men are bragged their hair now. >> tom: big beards like david beckham are out, right? so you got -- come in here, lean in here this is bryce clauson and i know while the big beards are necessarily maybe going out -->> guest: big beards have been in for a couple of years but it's starting to fade into a different way where men are
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little bit more of a shape to it they're having a baseball beard -- >> tom: and you were saying bryce -- kind of what bryce has going on. >> guest: what your man here -- >> tom: i'll never hear the end of this from bryce. get out of here. thanks for coming up. so now let's talk about what's hot in 2016. all right. first of all, i like seeing this, gray hair. >> guest: yeah, gray hair is hot right now. it's the new blond. you are so hot right now. i do have a now. >> tom: this is pink. >> guest: yes, yes. pink no longer pink. now she's gray. >> tom: so your general rule is? >> guest: my general rule is gray if you're old enough to have gray hair naturally that doesn't mean it's cool. it's more of your funky look that's become a little bit more current so, you know -- [talking simultaneously] >> guest: just think cooler tones, platinums violet guess all together. >> tom: what are other looks people need to know about? >> guest: i would say with short hair -- short hair and medium
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from the angled haircuts, that bob that goes straight down. um, jennifer lawrence is a great example of a short haircut where it's really short and textured and blended so she has a lot of versatility. emma roberts has a straight bob and very blunt and a little more triangular. >> tom: chris, great stuff. >> guest: great to see you. happy new year. >> tom: 9:53. new house.
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>> tom: all right. so we just showed you what the hot styles are for 2016. now. we're getting a first look at lamar odom since he left the hospital. friday. tmz reporting as part of odom's rehab he will be working on walking, talking, reading and writing. yep, it was that serious. odom has been hospitalized since october when he was found unconscious in an nevada brothel. one of the world's most famous mansions is up for sale. the playboy mansion is now on the market. conditions, though.
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keep his master suite as long as he wants and his bedroom is not part of the open house when you buy. the 6-acre estate built in 1927. a magazine company looking to get $200 million for the pad, however, price tag could go down and is actually to go down. the biebs, justin bieber making music history occupies not 1, but not 2 but 3 top spots. no singer had ever done that before, sitting in first is the hit love yourself followed by sorry and second and third is what do you mean? all right. to the biebs. have a great day. >> meteorologist: you with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together
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