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i'm luanne sorrell. here is a look at this morning's top stories. first-- the search is on in edgewater for the guy.. who tried to abduct a little boy on his way to school. details on what police are doing today-- to make sure your kids are safe-- as they head off to school. plus --the fight to keep bullets.. away from bears. details on why one local county is now hunting. sunshine! the democrats.. go
florida... where bernie sanders will hold a rally today. thousands of supporters are expected to attend the rally. the democratic presidential candidate will speak to u-f students and gainesville residents at 11-am. doors open at 8-am. between 4-thousand and 8-thousand people are expected to attend. later this afternoon-- sanders will travel to kissimmee.. where he will hold another rally. right now-- sanders has a lot of work ahead of him. hillary clinton continues to dominate polls in
quinnipiac poll shows clinton with a 30-percent lead over sanders. right now-- she has 62-percent of the vote. but let's not forget.. polls in michigan had sanders trailing clinton by as much as 30 points - but the vermont senator ended up beating her in tuesday's primary. last night, the two clashed during a debate in miami. fox 35's mike synan has a look at all the fireworks. looking at the republican side....
in florida. in the latest fox news poll -- trump has 43- percent support. marco rubio is 23 points behind him... with 20-percent. ted cruz 16- percent... and john kasich 10-percent. pressure continues to mount on rubio to drop out of the race. but the florida senator says.. he's not going anywhere. percent... and john kasich 10-percent. pressure continues to mount on rubio to drop out of the race. but the florida senator says.. he's not going anywhere. right now rubio is in third place in delegates. he trails trump by more than 300 delegates. but florida could go a long ways in changing that with 99 delegates at stake. meanwhile.. ted cruz, who currently sits in second place
be in orlando tomorrow. he will hold a rally god church on cruz will also be presidential candidate carly fiorina who endorsed him yesterday. developing in brevard county-- firefighters are monitoring hot spots... of a brush fire.. that damaged homes. flared-up yesterday area "san filippo drive" and "cogan drive" in palm bay. 100 homes were threatened by the flames. four were damaged. firefighters were able to stop the fire.. right now-- it is 100- :59t contained. fire crews stayed on scene overnight to watch. for hot spots. news alert.... georgia detectives
central florida.. after they say a mother abducting her own kids. detectives say she took them from an albany home... where another one of her children was found dead. marion county deputies arrested 28-year-old "clarion garrison" last night in ocala... after she set off an amber alert. right now an autopsy is being performed to determine how her 2-year-old girl died. the "albany herald" reports at least one person will be charged in the death. the three children she's accused of abducting were not injured. new details this - z9 an attempted abduction in polk county. deputies just released this sketch of the man they say tried to lure an 11- year-old girl into his car on tuesday afternoon. we are told she had just gotten off her school bus-- on ronald reagan parkway and thousand oaks boulevard in davenport. deputies say there are cameras in that area... but they did not capture any of this happening. breaking this a manhunt is underway -- following a deadly shooting at a backyard party in pennsylvania. police say the
three others. investigators say it happened around 11 o'clock last night in the town of wilkinsburg. some of the surviving victims are in critical condition. right now... police believe there were at least two shooters. but they still haven't determined a motive. this morning -- seminole county is fighting to keep bullets away from black bears. they are considering an ordinance that would ban hunting the animals within the county. county leaders say... bear hunts do little to reduce the number of bears wandering into neighborhoods. instead, officials say homeowners should lock up their trash and bring in their pet food bowls at night. 304 bears were killed across florida in last year's hunt -- but only four of those were in seminole county. still ahead-- fined... over garbage? who is facing penalties... for leaving filled trash cans outside homes. plus-- new developments in the zika virus. the first sexually transmitted case has been confirmed in central florida. find out if officials are closer to
florida... the zika virus has been spread through sexual transmission. the state health department says this case involves a polk county resident... who recently traveled outside of the country. governor rick scott is now asking the c-d-c to meet with florida's healthcare workers... to provide the most up-to-date information on the disease, its symptoms, and how it can be treated. however... .the "world health organization" says a vaccine is only in the early stages. because of that.... officials are looking at new ways to combat the virus.... including insecticide sprays. there's another factor which could
previously thought. scientists found that other mosquito species can carry the virus.... but it's unknown if those insects are able to spread it to humans. back to our top story - is marco rubio counting down his days on the campaign trail? he's struggling to gain support... and polls headed into tuesday's florida primary don't look good. bud hedinger of "good morning orlando" on "w-f-l-a" joins us live to talk about it. bud... do you think rubio... should drop out before tuesday's primary.. to avoid any embarrassment? next.. let's talk about the
slapped with charges or fines of 5 thousand dollars a day-- for not completing a route as scheduled. but--things are improving. the number of missed pick-ups fell in the last two months. 45 hundred were reported in january...while 25- hundred were reported in february. good news for florida's oranges-- the u-s department of agriculture is estimating an increase in this year's crops. they say crop growth is up 3 percent to 71 million boxes. but that's still low compared to last year's almost 97 million boxes. this year's low number is because of "citrus greening"...which attacks the tree and kills it. you will soon have to fork-out a little more green-- if you want a "disney dining nnmkregular dining plans are now almost 64-dollars a night for adults ...and almost 23- dollars for kids. while--deluxe dining plans are more 115 dollars a night for adults.. and 35 dollars for kids. the price changes
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the early 1980's. at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped. i'm hillary clinton and i
welcome back... i'm ryan elijah. i'm luanne sorrell. here are the stories we are working on this morning. police are stepping-up patrols -- after a man tried to abduct a little boy in volusia county. details --on the man police say --parents should be on the look- out for.. and... a substitute teacher is accused 444444444444of being drunk on the job at a local school. where she was caught... and what else she had on her. plus... "march madness" starts today, for u-c-f. find out what the knights have to do
teacher-- accused of being drunk on the job-- is out of jail on bond. that teacher-- holly joel-- bonded out of jail yesterday. police say joel was drunk while in charge of a classroom full of kids at bentley elementary in sanford. authorities say the principal noticed joel acting strangely during classroom checks... ...saying she was swaying, closing her eyes, and stumbling. officers found alcohol in a water bottle, and prescription pills in her purse. joel is charged with child neglect and public intoxication. eminole county public schools says she has since been fired. a motorcycle racing champion is accused of attacking a daytona beach police officer.
officers responded to a disturbance on ocean avenue and main street-- late monday night. they claim biker-- danny eslick-- pushed a woman to the ground... and then shoved and punched an officer. authorities arrested eslick... but he has bonded out of jail. according to a report in "cycle news" -- he still plans to race for his third straight "daytona 200" championship on saturday. new details in the case of a child left inside of a daycare van --for almost five hours. it happened last october, at "winners preschool" in orlando. yesterday-- one of three workers-- who are facing charges-- appeared in court. 43-year-old shannon johnson pleaded no contest. that document-- was a piece of paper saying who was on the bus. d-c-f says policies were not followed-- and that is why the
johnson says she does not work in child care anymore. that daycare was fined 1-thousand dollars and closed... later opening a new location on west colonial drive. developing this morning -- police are stepping-up patrols around schools in edgewater.. after old boy was almost abducted. it happened on turgot avenue... riding his bike to school." that's where we find fox 35's jackie orozco with the
friends and scoring goals. kaka will not play tomorrow. he's still out with a leg injury. it is march madness time for u-c-f. because the knights finished the regular season with a losing record, there is only one way they can make the n-c-a-a tournament. u-c-f has to win the american athletic conference tournament this week at the amway center. they must win four games in a row, starting today. the knights play tulane at six o clock. the pga tour's "florida swing" continues today, in the tampa bay area. the "valspar championship" gets underway at innsbrook resort, in palm harbor. adam scott won the first two tournaments in the florida swing: the honda classic and the wgc-cadillac championship. but he is not in the field this weekend. world number one, jordan spieth, is there. the tour moves to bay hill for the arnold palmer invitational, next week. coming up....
help could be coming for the families of first responders killed in the line of duty. a bill that changes the state's pension plan is on its way to the governor. yesterday lawmakers passed the bill known as the "scott pine law." if the governor signs it, the families of first responders killed in the line of duty will get 100 percent of that officer's salary every year for life. it's a big change that started with bridget pine, the widow of
sheriff's deputy---scott pine. the bill is retroactive to 20-13. meaning--families who lost an officer after 20-13 will see their benefits increased. state lawmakers also voted to eliminate a 19th century law--banning unmarried men and women from living together. florida is one of only a handful of states that still has a law making co- habitation illegal. the bill now goes to governor rick scott's desk. a bill putting more
florida is also ready for the governor's signature. it would close at least six of florida's 65 abortion clinics. it would also take away state funding from health centers that offer elective abortions. happening today-- ten apopka first responders are going to new york to honor the heroes who died in the 9/11 attack. firefighter, chris lenihan, feels close to the new york fire department. his uncle, brian fahey, on the far right, was a new york city firefighter. he died fighting a fire three months before the september eleventh attacks. on 9/11, his entire crew died at the world trade center. lenihan thinks his uncle would have died there, too. lenihan and the other apopka first responders are going to take part in the second annual "firefighters stair climb" sunday, climbing up the 72 floors at "four world trade center."
your first headline comes from fox news insider. it reads "a powerful message from a married police officer couple is going viral" brittany hilton is a police officer in texas. last month she posted this photo with her husband...who is also a police officer. the picture was from thanksgiving when the couple gave up their holiday to keep their community safe. along with the photo she wrote a long note... urging people to stop speaking badly against officers. saying "think before you speak. your words could promote deadly actions. " since being posted the picture has been shared more than 9 million times. your next headline comes from usa today-- it reads "pentagon report... justifies deployment of military spy drones over the u.s." a report from the pentagon shows that drones have been deployed to spy over u-s terrirtory for non-military missions.
are lawful and have than 20 times 2015. the pentagon has least a partial list of missions. some of the reasons include search and rescue, floods, fires or national guard exercises. the report did not provide details of any domestic spying missions. your final headline york times. it reads "nasa reschedules mars insight mission for may 2018." the "insight" spacecraft was supposed to head to space this month. but in december... nasa delayed the mission because there wasn't enough time to fix leaks in a vacuum enclosure for a key instrument. nasa is now aiming to launch in two years...which is the next time mars and earth are close enough for a quick six-month trip. the two planets line up just once every 26 months. that means the "insight" would land on mars november 26th, 2018. coming up-- a jacksonville mother is recovering... after she says her toddler
ready to make their public debut. the "little" guy is the second giraffe born at the zoo... in under four months. a female giraffe was born last november. time to take a look at the stories making headlines around florida. first-- an impromptu traffic stop... turned into a potentially deadly situation-- for a jacksonville detective. the "jacksonville sheriff's office" shared this picture... on their facebook page. police say 19-year- old "kevin rojas" -- jumped out of his car... and opened fire... after he was pulled over. the detective was off-duty at the time-- with his teenage son in the car. that detective was shot in the head, hand, and upper- body. his son was not hurt. you can see the damange to the detective's car. police say they tracked down "rojas"... and shot him... after he did not
"rojas" is alive-- and in custody. the detective... is in critical --but stable condition -- at the hospital. a jacksonville mother is recovering-- after old son shot her in the back! it happened tuesday afternoon. "jamie gilt" was driving in putnam county, when the boy shot her from the back seat. investigators say "gilt" is the legal owner of the gun, and it was in the vehicle legally. but-- authorities say they are going to speak with "gilt" to determine if any charges will be filed. as of right now-- "gilt" is in stable condition at the hospital. in south florida-- a group of ponies are back home safely-- after breaking free -- and running along the turnpike for nearly an hour. the horses sent authorities on a wild chase-- just north srk\de county yesterday. during their escape--the ponies also made their way into a residential neighborhood. people who lived
backyards, and stopping for a drink at a pond. john and amy are here with a look at the stories we're working on for you in our next hour of good day. developing at this hour. a boy claims a man tried to abduct him, on his way to school. we will tell you how police are responding -- to keep kids safe. plus: new this morning. the debary mayor is starting his training -- as he prepares to sail from cuba to florida on a raft. find out where he is getting out on the water, today. then all new: congress says, "stop q%iculous fees." lawmakers want to put pressure on the airlines, to make the cost of flying reasonable. plus your weather and traffic updates. it is all coming up at