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a daredevil on a motorcycle escaped officials but it was facebook that brought him down. don't worry about it. it was painful last night. the candidates still there remaining on the g.o.p. debate stage really went at each other. we'll have details on how marco rubio and ted cruz tried to take down the front runner donald trump. >> john: it's friday, like amy said, and it rained. but now the weekend is here. >> jayme: perfect timing. welcome to the show. the time is 6:00 a.m. on the mark. weather radar. everything shuffling off shore. behind this is it -- it looks like a great air mass. the forecast for the next seven is looking really good. we have your 50s. we have 60s. winds coming up and aligning out of the west, northwest. and then shifting through the course of the day.
and the uv index around an 8. between the very high and high range south of that. we'll scour out the clouds, and dry air punching in. and a gradual clearing trend through 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 this morning. 76 by 2:00 p.m. and 47 for the big drive home. blazing. sunshine. and we'll be subject to coastal clouds. by and large, we have a nice warming trend. if you like these late spring temp, 85 by the high next thursday. ample sun and dry skies. >> kristin: i want to start on the -- down the street from baldwin. rickenbacker drive.
town, heading towards tampa on i-4, we have a crash outside of champions gate. the westbound lane. not causing any delays right now. traffic, i-4 eastbound from john young parkway. and if you are using the 408 this morning, rouse road to downtown, 9 minutes. >> john: a man is gunned down inside of a gated community in orange county. >> amy: this morning that shooter is on the run. off of obt it happened at the cypress pointe. >> reporter: information is still very limited. they are investigating the shooting at the cypress pointe apartments. a gated community. a 22-year-old male.
expected to be released later today. as soon as we get that information, we'll share it with you. >> john: a man from seminole county is out of jail after police say that his 6-year-old niece killed herself with his gun. >> here's video of eric williams. he was babysitting a'letha burke when she shot and killed herself accidentally. they tells that you burke loved being a kindergartener. and loved to color with her friends and sing her favorite pop songs with classmates. she was playing on the living room floor and found the loaded gun underneath the couch. she picked it and that's when it went off. she was shot in the shoulder but the bullet went into her entire body. he drove her to the hospital but
>> they said he was a babysitting. >> swims due back in -- williams is doing because in court. investigators are turning to social media for new leads in the baby willow case. the baby was born on february 15 at the willow bend apartment complex. she said she gave birth and left the child out of one of the units. the baby still has not been found. now the center for missing children is turning to facebook. >> if more people get involved we'll have maybe more leads. more people coming forward saying they heard something saw something, so i think it would be a great idea. >> john: richardson remains behind bars charged with child neglect. investigatered said she's still not helping in the search for
>> amy: accused of a daredevil stunt that put others in danger. lake county sheriff said that christopher clark taunted deputies by driving erratically. the deputy tried to run the plates but they were bent in a way so that the plate could not be read clearly. the deputies said he sped off. other deputies have had similar run-ins with clark. >> pursuing, and fleeing, eluding. it's almost like he is taunting the police. come by, speed up and break various laws. >> they arrested him for driving without a license. they dug around and found posts on facebook's page. and on the page, he was even wearing the same photos. one caption said hot pursuit. he was arrested and charged
>> amy: a heated debate last night in detroit and it got fiery. i stayed up to watch a bit of it. >> reporter: donald trump's rivals threw everything they had at him on the debate on fox news. the delegate count made one of the last chances for the remaining candidates to derail his momentum. >> this little guy has lied so much. >> here we go. >> he has lied [booing]. >> donald trump has written checking to hillary clinton, not once, not twice, not three times, 10 times. >> in terms of imgrairks or something else, tug, pull, deal. >> let me put out -- >> that is not what you said -- >> donald, i know it's hard not to interrupt, but try. >> breathe, breathe, you can breathe it. i know it's hard, but just --
yoga, can i answer a question? >> i really hope that you don't see yoga on this stage. >> he's very flexible, so you never know. >> reporter: they had the one liners. in the end, the candidates were asked if they would eventually pledge their support behind the nominee. >> even if it's not me? i am going to give them some credit too. even they don't deserve, yes i will. >> reporter: mitt romney spoke out asking to support anyone but donald trump. >> if we republicans choose donald trump as the nominee, the prospects for a safe and prosperous future are greatly diminished.
side, bernie sanders will be here in florida. and he is opening his headquarters here. and 1500 delegates for clinton, and 427. over 2300 are needed. >> amy: the average workers commute is getting even longer across the country. joining us this morning is lauren simonetti. >> reporter: happy friday. the average commute to work nationally is 27 minutes, a little bit over that according to chulio. real estate folks. >> amy: i am curious, what is the ratio how long it should take you and versus how long it takes because of traffic. i live 20 minutes away but takes me 3 hours.
morning, i might fly in, but normal commute times it takes me a lot longer than that. new york, 35 minutes. the longest in the entire nation. but depending on the time of the day, it would definitely affect things. and they are seeing that when people are renting as opposed to buying a home, they're trying to stay closer to the office, closer to the office. renters stay closer to work. >> amy: how long does it take you to get to work? >> reporter: me? 10 minutes. >> amy: me too. that's the best. >> reporter: that's the good thing about off hours. >> amy: exactly. no one is on the road. you can watch lauren each day. go to fox business.com/channel finder. >> john: what a county is making sure to keep your kids safe at
>> john: 6:12 on "good day orlando." for the fifth time in about two week, spacex is looking to light up the sky. >> amy: the company will try to launch the falcon 9 rocket. the launch window is set to open at 6:35 p.m. we're familiar with the time. >> john: yes, we are. >> amy: we just need to get it off the ground. you can watch it at fox35orlando.com. >> john: a brother and sister are accused of stealing money from a girl scout. the two were arrested yesterday. they stole money from a 12-year-old who was selling cookies at a walmart in deltona. they made off with about $200.
appearances in court later today. >> john: deadline come and gone and still no plan for the homeless in volusia county. >> amy: then able to agree on the new facility but not one that they hoped for. they approved a plan. but not for an adults only shelter. a construction of a 250 bed shelter. they don't want to be the only ones that operate it, city leaders said. they offered to spend $400,000 a year on operating costs but the county leaders called it meaningless if there's not a contract. >> john: looking to improve student safety. flagler live reports that new technologies are being created to change the way that students
a pad will be placed to show student where is they need to stand. to get them off the area and not this comes after a 7-year-old was hit and killed while waiting for the bus. >> john: the sound of rolling thunder filling the air again. not only in volusia county. >> amy: you can't miss it. today officially marks the start of bike week. this is the 57th year. it's 75 year. the business owners expect a lot of action as hundreds of thousands of bikers eat, stay, and spend lots of money. hotels in the area are already near or at capacity. >> weekends have always been full this weekend. and next weekend. and then there's some slack period during the week, but it looks like a straight through. >> amy: a half million people have attended in the past. they are expecting even bigger
it runs all the way through next week as well. it's a huge extravaganta. >> jayme: we had pretty good propers. heavy downpours and gusty winds. but now behind it things have improved. we're cooling things down with 50s and low to mid-60s. dry air aplenty. from the gulf of mexico all the way in to the low country. and sweeping into the eastern sections of the state. and clearing the chain later today. a fantastic forecast. 73 by 2:00 p.m. and 67 by 8:00. by to be the, temperatures -- by tonight, temperatures down to
warming up rapidly by 8:00. and 60 degrees. ample sunshine. and 5 to 10 miles per hour with a northerly wind. a nice looking morning as we now scour out the clouds. our hyatt regency cam. the lights of the night still with us. again the front is dropping down to the south. a northerly flow. the very quick switch of winds to the northeast direction. keeping us very, very stable and very pleasant, quite frankly, over the weekend time frame. rain chances will be flat. hopefully not the launch at the cape tonight. the falcon 9 hopefully heading to the heavens. launch window, 6:35.
i am hoping that gets off. and it would be a great start to start the weekend. a great sight. overall looking rather tranquil heading into the weekend. we can do without the chill, and i think that's about to occur. 70s today. mid-to-upper 70s really, really good looking weather. and tonight, down to cooler times ahead. 49 at sanford. 44 at gainesville. 54 at polk county. and the next seven, 80s making a re-bust return. we see by wednesday. 83. 85 by next thursday. that's late spring early summer type temperatures. no rain chance. wonderful weather pattern. get out and enjoy. it looks like a great week ahead. >> kristin: i want to take you south of ucf. we have.
reports of a vehiclefire. at colonial and lake pickett. 15 minutes down the road we have a crash at rickenbacker drive. it is causing delays indicated by yellow. if are you heading towards tampa, we have a crash at the osceola polk line road. outside of champions feat. sky fox is on its way there. we'll bring you more details the next time i see you. time now for the fox 35 pump patrol. regular gas $1.62 at the sunoco. at afnger drive. and $1.78 in longwood. >> john: they're hazing her. it's friday. they're hazing the new girl. that's not nice, alwon. >> amy: be nice to her. he's over here cracking up. we have a lot more news
and north korea ordering nuclear weapons. >> amy: whether they pose any real threats. the state department is issuing a new warning. the massive shipment seized from isis. it's 6:19. it's a gorgeous start to your friday morning. put more fun in your day with ice-cream-flavored coffees at dunkin' donuts. go for delicious flavors like butter pecan, cookie dough, or new pistachio. enjoy one today.
go grande with veggie or sausage today. america runs on dunkin'. >> amy: lookee here. astronaut scott kelly will be speak today. 24 this was his welcome home yesterday. he landed on tuesday before he made it to houston yesterday morning. it should be interesting to hear what he has to say. intelligence experts believe it's highly unlikely that north korea has missiles capable of striking the u.s. >> john: even if it does, it has the less ability to arm them with nuclear warheads. the leader has ordered to have
times reports say. >> amy: a caution to international travelers. isis and terror groups are plotting new attacks right now it warns. the middle east, northern africa, europe, asia, needs to maintain a high level of vigilance. spain announced that they received 20,000 uniforms meant for isis militants showing that is plan is under way. >> john: new rules for the army and marine corps and women to join in navy seal training in september. >> john: changing the rules for people caught with marijuana. >> amy: how possession charges will be placed moving forward and how you will still face jail
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friday morning. i'm john brown. >> amy: i'm amy kaufeldt. we're so waking up with us. >> when they're done with the yoga, can i answer a question? >> you can not. >> amy: the republicans really going at it in motor city. the attacks shifted to top gear as they battle to remain in the race. >> john: changing coming to the way that volusia county handles marijuana. why it no longer requires jail time. >> amy: and kaka, if are you not into mla, he is going with a where? >> john: he is our star player. >> amy: how can he just leave. >> john: opening weekend game this weekend, and you say it's going to perfect? >> jayme: perfecto. highs in the 70s. fantastic. the whole deal for the weekend solid. kicking down to the south. and the rain slowly drying up
stop, like now. a little damp out there, but we released the chance for rainfall and dropped it to zero. and we have 50s and mid-60s out in coastal brevard county. we're talking about dry air sliding on in. making for a heck of a day. seeing sunshine poking up out there as the front clears the east side beaches. 76 by 2:00 p.m. and 67 by 8:00 p.m. tonight. clear skies and allowing the temperatures to drop off to around 50 in orlando. slowly warming temperatures into about the mid-80s by next thursday. a taste the late-spring temps, early summer temps. it'll be a warm one. we have full weather in about 10 minutes. >> kristin: i want to take you out to i-drive in orlando. we have a crash causing some delays indicated by the yellow and oranges there.
sandlake road. i'll get more information on that crash and bring it to you in just a few minutes. taking a look at the westbound, i-4 accident around champions gate. it's a disabled vehicle. so no backups there. >> john: the republican presidential candidates are regrouping this morning after a really heated debate last night. >> amy: no holding back. donald trump's rivals threw everything at him. >> reporter: the republican establishment to whatever degree there is still a republican establishment and rival campaigns are running out of time and opportunities to block donald trump. this is what it led to last night in detroit. >> many polls. >> if you're our nominee. >> reporter: drumple facing attracted to his left and right.
romney launched an attack. >> donald trump is a phony. a fraud. >> how do you answer mitt romney, sir? >> he was a failed candidate. he should have beat president obama very easily. >> reporter: he answered the attacks with some of his own. there appears to be an unspoken alliance between marco rubio and ted cruz and focus almost exclusively on trump. on his defunct trump university and a number of issues. >> breathe, breathe, you can do it. you can breathe. i know it's hard, but just -- >> when they're done with the yoga, can i answer a question? >> you can not. i really hope we don't see yoga on the stage. >> he is very flexible, you never know. >> i am not biting. >> john kasich.
is part of the overallest to deny trump. the shrinking field that apparently no longer includes ben carson. there was a personal and sensitive line of attack from rubio. >> look at those hands. are those small hands? >> reporter: everyone has eyes on march 15. the stop trump strategy relies on a couple big things to happen. john kasich will have to win his home state of ohio. marco rubio will have to pick up florida. winner take all contests. that could push this all the way to a floor fight the the republican convention this summer. >> amy: the eventual republican nominee needs 1, 237 delegates. trump has 329. cruz, has 326. and marco rubio, and then john kasich. 180 delegates will be up for
march 15 is when many political experts expect this to really narrow down. both high ohio and florida is winner take all. >> john: a man isn1o gunned down inside of a gated community. >> amy: this morning the shooter is on the run. it's at the cypress pointe apartments off of obt. >> reporter: information is still very limited. i can tell you that detectives are on the scene here investigating the crime scene as the cypress pointe apartment, a gated apartment complex off of obt. a 22-year-old male is the victim. and no one else was hurt in this incident. a suspect description is expected to be released later today. as soon as we receive that, we'll share it with you. >> amy: the murder trial set for the former security guard accused of murdering a young
>> john: the judge set the trial for october 10. the grand jury indicted him on charges of first degree murder, attempted sexual battery and burglary. is accused of murdering the woman where she lived at her apartment complex. >> amy: deputies say this man walked up to the window of the congo river golf course on irlo bronson highway. he slipped a note to the workers there demanding money. he took off with the cash. these are pretty good surveillance pictures. if you recognize him, you are asked to call the sheriff's office right away. >> john: early voting begins tomorrow. and flerd's primary, to you, march 15. florida primary. several candidate v. dropped out
so they're warning to pick a candidate still in the race. >> amy: if you are caught with the marijuana drug in volusia you will not automatically go to jail. if someone is caught with 20 grams or less, deputies can give them a $100 fine instead of taking them to jail. officials said that opinions towards marijuana have begun to change and there's no reason to clog the court systems. >> the day and age, and the voters in florida the way they voted in the last election. a majority of people have a different view, and i know it's medicinal marijuana, but they have a different view in this day. >> amy: the new rules are in unincorporated in the beaches but not the city. >> amy: his return to the city
he raced his way to victory. phelps won with a time not far from his 51.94 second record. that's the secood fastest 100-meter fly of all time. >>itz it's always good too win. i don't like to lose. i think the biggest thing, for me it's more frustrating to not do something that i want to do. i think that's something that bothers me a lot. >> amy: right now he is foangsing on qualifying for the fifth trip to rhe olympics. he also says it'll be his last. >> john: a news report is a that kaka will be playing for brazil again. if brazil decides to keep him on the roster, he will likely play for brazil when they play haiti
>> john: and the orlando magic. they are taking on the phoenix suns this evening. a 7:00 p.m. game time at the amway center, do i believe. orlando coming off an impressive performance against an injured bulls team. tonight's game, 7:00 p.m. yes, it's the sun. making sure i had the schedule right. >> john: why one local city is using tax dollars to help pay for uber rides. >> amy: disney has two brand new ships. how they'll be different from the ones already sailing. jayme said he is getting out on
>> john: 6:39 here on "good day orlando." it's 65 degrees. we had some rain overnight last night. clearing out now and it'll be a perfect weekend on tap. jayme king has the extended forecast coming up. >> john: new details this morning on a local teacher who was disciplined over a personal facebook post. >> amy: she tells us that she feels vindicated after she won a case at the orange county school district. she was transferred by the former principal at avalon for
>> there were issues of state, and issues of less. one of the supervisors did inform me it was not my job to advocate for our students. i was told to keep my facebook posts to cute pictures of family. >> amy: orange county public schools has received the arbitrators ruling and it's evaluating its options. we're told that officials will not be commenting. >> amy: uber and the city of altamonte springs are beginning a one of a kind partnership. >> john: they hope that the incentive gets more people trying to the ride-sharing service. march 21 they will subsidize all trips within the city limits. they'll look at the impact that ride sharing has for mobility. they hope that more people will use uber to get too to and from the sunrail station. >> amy: concept art here of the
2021 and 2023. the ships will be bigger and better than any of the disney ships so far. the design plans, ship names, and itineraries are in the works. if you have been on a disney cruise, you know they're amazing. so they'll be even more so. >> john: dozens of shark invading the beach. >> amy: what they're doing and why they are not expected to hang around too much longer. a nice warm start to your
65 degrees out there. these boots are made for walking. look at that, my gosh. >> john: i like the boots. >> amy: getting a chance to walk a mile in a woman's shoes, literally. they could be seen walking last night, the fourth annual event. >> a lot don't understand what our women go through on a daily basis. for somebody to be a potential victim or survivor of domestic
show we're aware and we'll push the message. >> look at those. those are hot. last year's walk raised money to fight the fight and raise awareness. and kudos on all of these guys and gallons for getting out there and strutting their stuff. >> john: shark experts at the university of florida said that this is just a quick stop as they migrate down to south florida. the sharks come every season but this year he has seen more than usual out there. >> they'll get within 6 inches of you. if you move your toe the least little bit, they'll dart away. >> john: most are between 2 and 4 feet long. don't let that fool you.
their teeth are razor sharp. the only reason they would bite. >> amy: if they think you're a fish. >> john: wear water shoes, jayme king. >> amy: some of them stick around. >> jayme: we have a large local population, that's for sure. temperatures are looking mighty fine. 65 in orlando. 61 in daytona beach. a touch cooler in bushnell and sumter. in gainesville and ocala in the 50s. okay. the weather edwards was popping. the weather radar was popping. and it's cleared our eastern shores. north of the area now a lot of dry air is moving in. it's pummeling the moisture we have and overtaking the scene. it'll be the case over the weekend. a massive, massive cooldown. and another resurgence into the 70s for highs. as you go into saturday and sunday looking good.
the north and the west. taking a north, northeast approach. keeping us tramping which tranquil. and gradual return to sunshine. and as you make the weekend plans, hmm, what should we do, while you are waiting in traffic. and 59 by 8:00. and full sunshine anticipated in all locations. going to the golf scene, lucky you. a great day to do it. it'll be soggy on the green this morning, but it'll dry out rapidly. soaring into the mid-to-upper 70s. and computer simulation as to what the atmosphere may or may not do. it's flashing good looking weather at us. make the outdoor plans. no rain chance. light to moderate, north,
nothing too breezy. and if we see rain develop, it's probably off the offshore current. we're not overly concerned about the rain chance. the weekend looks fantastic. snowflakes aflying over the eastern third of the nation. dc picked up snow. and more reloading there. and to the rockies, a benign weather pattern, but mid-to-late week, a strong and strengthened system comes up out of the texas big bend region that will move our way. and that will pump up. s and i'm looking for mid-80s in the back end of next week. big, big changes on the way for then. taking you down to the lake and showing you from umatilla to clermont widespread 70s. and last but not least, volusia
the beaches looking good overall. may be breezy at times. 70 at nsb. the i-4 corridors, up towards pearson, 70s and ample sunshine. a big warming trend. by thursday 85. looking good. clearing skies. no chance of rain. that's your forecast. >> kristin: good morning. sky fox is flying through seminole county. on i-4 heading east towards lake mary. i think i see motorcycles heading to daytona beach for bike week. if you are getting a early start heading to daytona for bike week, no issues on the road so far. lots of green, which we like to see on a friday. i-4 eastbound from john young, just 3 minutes. and if you are using the 408, from rouse road to downtown, 9
ryan, excuse me, john and amy, back to you. >> john: got it. i will see ryan tonight, by the way. and we have the trending headlines. >> reporter: good morning. had the first headline is pretty sad. it comes from the washington post. social medias four month old bernie sanders look a-like has died. you may have heard of little oliver. his parents dressed him up to look like an adorable bernie sanders. pictures of him went online after he met sanders at a rally in nevada last month. but oliver's family has announced that he died from sids. no one knows what causeds sides. mexico, under no
the wall that trump is proposing. the republican front runner has promised that if he is president he will build a wall on the mexican boarder to keep illegal immigrants immigrant out of our country. and he said he will make mexico pay for the wall. they said that public funds are to be used to help the mexican people and that trump's idea is just plain ignorant he says. warm winter forces alaska to ship snow to start of eye iditarod race. the world's most famous sled dog race is getting underway. the anchorage region is dealing with a lack of snow. they're collecting and storing snow outside of the city. there's snow for the remaining 1,000 miles of the competition
even though the race is expected to go. >> john: that's funny. >> reporter: the officials are shortening the ceremonial round. >> john: there it goes, lu. >> amy: a train full of snow. >> reporter: yeah, from 11 miles down to 3. they will probably have to lay out the snow. >> amy: that's crazy. >> reporter: i know, right? it's alaska #-gs you would think they have plenty. they have plenty from somewhere because they're training it in. >> john: meanwhile, behind us we have a scene from lion king. big changes could be coming to the way that the death penalty.
>> john: we just took our sunshine selfie. 20 staff members, or whatever that number was, for our sunrise selfie. what are you doing on this friday and into the weekend. tweet us, use the hash tag, #gdo. we want to see your pictures and ideas. we might steal them because i don't have plans. let us know, #gdo. >> we love to hear from you. time to look the the headlines.
final approval to the way the death penalty is carry out. a new ruling that the supreme court placed that the florida law is unconstitutional. 10 of 12 years need to recommend the death penalty. the governor is expected to sign it. >> amy: protecting clernly members from performing same sex marriages against their religious belief. they felt they needed extra petition after the rule to legalize gay marriage last year. >> john: expanded use for patients with terminal conditions. a similar bill is going in front of the florida senate. coming up. engines are roaring in volusia county. that's one of thing we can do. >> today marks the start of bike weekle.