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local 10 news at we start with breaking news out of northwest miami-dade. a little boy shot and killed. the victim's family now heart broken as police search for the shooter. we have team coverage tonight at the hospital where the child's family is gather. >> first derrick is live at the scene with the latest tonight. >> reporter: the community absolutely devasted over this learning that 6-year-old was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting. i'll step out of the way. it's still a very active scene at this apartment complex off northwest 12th avenue.
to find clues and searching for those responsible. just a little bit earlier we spoke to the police director who is frustrated. >> what do you do? you go out and are to worry about bullets hitting you. here we had that situation where a bullet hit a small young child who will not make it to his birthday in july. >> reporter: and take a look at that little boy. this is who fami identifies as the victim. 6-year-old kg carter. a second grader just hanging out whwre he lived and he was shot and killed. n arrests have been made but the police vague description of the suspects. they s s they saw a black sedan. witnesses did with three black males fleeing from the complex. it's unclear what the motive may have been. we see police out here. they shut down the complex and they're seararing for the person or people responsible for taking
police director sending a message to those that had the gun. >> we're hunting for you. and if you're involved might as well& turn yourself in. i don't believe the community is going to hide on this. the community is going to std tall and hand the individuals up for us. eventually we will get you. >> reporter: again, very brief description of the suspect vehicle. just a black sedan with three black males inside. if you happen to know anything, call in. they are searching for justice in this community. everyone very very upset to learn that a 6-year-old was shot and killed just hanging outut where he lived. now live at the jacksonville hospital where the family has gathered. >> reporter: we have been here nce that horrible moment when family members got word that
injuries. i can tell you within the last few minutes the school superintendant has arrived here at the hospital and has been speaking with family. family who say they are trying to come to terms with what they lost today. >> they took my baby. he was just joyful. he was a happy kid. (crying)(inaudible). >> reporter: family in tears after learning gunshots took the life of 6-year-old king carter. his mother says king was in the first grade. family members told us he loved played sports. >> all type of cartoons. he loved everything (inaudible). >> reporter: we were there as family members who rushed to the hospital just minutes earlier saturday afternoon came outside screamimi in disbelief after learning king carter didn't survive. his cousin said king
red the shots. to that person his message was simple. - >> put the guns down. >> reporter: and i want to be clear there is a lot of sadness here today. there is also lotp of ag -- a lot of anger. many people still too angry to speak about what happened but everyone says they are fed up with this type of violence effecting the youngest members of this community and wondering when it's going to stop. following breaking news on vote 2016. hillary clinton has won the nevada caucuses with 80% of the precincts reporting she is leading,with 52.1% of the vote. she was poised to take 18 to 20 of the 35 pledged delegates. here is a look at the victory rally in vegas. she is expected totake the stage -- to take the stage any minute. supporters broke out inn
important one for -- one for clinton in after her loss in new hampshire. the other battle ground is south carolina. >> republicans hoping to xhout -- come out on top. b live in columbia with the. >> reporter: -- the latest. >> reporter: less than an hour until polls close and we'll see where the race is going. we have seen today the makings of a record turnout here. seeing foreign journalists from all over the world. there is such intense i ierest in what happens in this presidential election. we have seen the candidates at the polls campaigning until the very last minute. they' very very aware that some voters, a great number of voters are not making the decision until right stl at the voting boolth. -- at the voting booth. >> how are you? what's you name? >> reporter: the turnout
church. a fire s station:. south carolina's gop primary is open to registered state voters of either party and independents. >> you can vote and you want to vote but only in one. >> reporter: for the candidates, campaigning around the state much is ridin on the south's first vote. donald trump is a solid poll leader. rubio looking to be the number two alternative against cruz who diverted to d.c. for justice antonin scalia's funeral. for jeb bush, south carolina will likely decide his future viability. after hundreds of millions of marketing dollars. >> i will protect and defend and up hold the constitution. >> reporter: strategies worther of political war, we -- worthy of political war, they were fighting until the end. >> nobody is about to just get behind. i'm changing my mind
>> we research a lot. >> i was undecided until yesterery. and it was just a specific moment with one of the candidates that kind of confirmed my decision. >> . >> reporter: so fascinating to talk to the voters and hear their thought process and hear how they finally came to their decisions. and we first -- heard pretty surpriseing stories. next week the parties switch gop heads to november. the democrats come here. south carolina for the primary. and the candidatess are already starting to spread the campaign and the ground gain is for those states. hundreds ofillions of dollars spent on trying to get voters to vote their way. i'm live in south carolina tonight for local 10 news. back at home a senior high school teacher accused of having
with a student was released from jail after posting bail. he went home with an ankle monitor. he is accused of engaging in a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student. he has been fired in order to house rest. his next hearing is in march. a woman is in a coma after police say she was nearly been to death by a roommate she met on craigslist. she claimed it was in self-defense. byron mitchell said that danielle jones came at him with a knife. byron mitchell is charged with attempted murder. randal arrested. he is facing multiple charges including criminal mischief. he is the clumsy cook caught on camera. you can see he is -- there he is falling.
police say he checked out the cash box but he left empty handed. coming up, a final farewell to a supreme court justice. the late antonin scalia laid to r rt today. we'll take you inside the services where hundreds honored his life and legacy. a scare leaves several people hurt. details orphthe -- after the break. and sunday at 11:00, making a splash in the open waters. >> checking out fish. >> reporter: but dive down and go for it. >> reporter: this is a dog diving story you don't want to miss, sunday at 11:00 (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making
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in a final farewell. >> hope is not dispoint. because the love of god has been poured out into our hearts through the pollee spiritit has or has not -- holy spirit that has been given to us. >> the deeper he went in his cathic faith, the better a citizen and public servant he became. >> reporter: in his homily, his son paul a priest talked about the importance of his father's christian faith and his love for his large family. >> sure he forgot our names at times or mixed them up (laughter) but there are nine of us. >> reporter: among the thousands in attendance, countless dignitaries. joe biden. dick cheney. >> every funeral reminds us of just how thin the veil is
>> reporter: following justice antonin scalia's casket to his final rescue place, the most cherished part of his legacy. his widow, nine children and 36 grandchildren. they then attended a private burial service. a scare in west virginia left several people hurt. saying that a ski lift derailed and sent passengersrs on a 30-foot drop. it took crews two hours to rescue them. everyone should be okay. a landslide in idaho leaving hundreds of people with no where to go. 14 tons of rocks and debris fell off ono a highway. blocking a mile of the road. 250 people are stuck on the are emote -- remote side
keys. your forecast c cycling for a cause. hundreds of riders coming out for the cancer challenge. the event which helps raise money for cancer research program killed off in coral gables and had a concert at sunlife stadium. thumbs up buddy. he was one of them that mad it to the finish line. good job. >> 3900 riders. ending with a concert. seven different @rides. ending with a concert at the stadium. >> anything we can do to help raise money to fight cancer, i'm
>> reporter: the challenge is now in its sixth year a raised 11$11 and a half million dollars. very very cool. >> and it was nice. it was cloud. >> so not too hot. >> exactly. that's what i'm going with. the positive titude here. it's gloomy out there. that's the unfortunate part. a couple small showers moving through. low 70s across south florida. the view here, we're going to go off the hollywood b ach camera. clouds moving in. not the best beach evening as the clouds will continue to move in here across south florida. the only place we have seen most of the sunshine is mid to lower keys. starting to see the cloud bank push down acacss the 7-mile bridge. should make for a pretty decent sunset with temperatures now at 73 degrees. east wind at 13. so the radar showin quiet conditions across much of the area. you have to look very very closely at the
specks of green. mostly in miami-dade. watch again as we loop this back. just very small light moving showers. highest concentration near downtown and south beach and government cut and it's been -- on and off very light and fast movong showers. we'll keep it 10 to 20% chance to see one of those as the moisture continues to move through. almost everyone has the wind now around 15 miles per hour. we have been watching this gust into the low 20s throughout the day. it's keeping the temperatures mild. some of the cooler spots sitting at 70 degrees. key west still 73. and tomorrow morning we'll ke up in the mid-60s across much of miami-dade and broward. 68 marathon. 68 key west. up towards the southeast to pick up on rainfall. thahas leading to
carolina. waiting on the next storm system to really gain strength over the next few days. for us area of high pressure keeping clouds around. keeping east wind in the forecast. by monday, that wind starts to shift more out of the southeast. provide warmer conditions. mixture of sun and clouds and a cold front pushing through our neck of the woods wednesday into thursday. so the by tomorrow looks fairlydecent. surf 1 to 2 feet. no advisories on the dade and broward coast line. so the extended forecast, 79 tomorrow. in the low 80s monday and tuesday. and that cold front continues to slow down. right now that passage looks to be wedneneay night into thursday. bringing showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. will d-wade give it a go?
word as the heat get now local 10 sports. >> reporter: breaking news. it's not good if you're a heat fan. dwyane wade is out once again because of soreness in his left knee. an mri was negative so that's good but he will miss tonight's game against the zards. now wade and bosh who has a blood clot pulled off one of the biggest wins last year beating the hawks in atlanta. with the win the heat cauaut the hawks for first place in the division and did it in thanks -- thanks to 30 points from banks. >> we have been in situations like this. we just -- knew that@ we're going to play with a lot
think everybody knows -- mr. wade and bosh. and being tough out there. but the group -- it was just a team game and group effort. it's still almost surreal to see bds in a marlins uniform. the team's new hitting coach had players in awe during the early stages of spring training. hitting the field for fan fest today at marlins park and donertainly stole the show especially asked about getting snsnbed by hall of fame voters. >> i kno that i'm a hall of fame player. i don't really need to get into that. god knows i'm a hall of famer. >> we're just learning from what he's gone through. >> i hope they don't think they know more than me. because they don't (laughing). >> reporter: the home-run derby
like charles johnson hitting them out of the park. it was great to see the guys there supporting their fellow marlinsn very cool. the 11th ranked hurricanes visiting north carolina. canes hanging in there early in the me. rodriguez, a pretty little scoop shop here. scary moment later in the first half. going to flip over and right on his head. tough to watch. wq'll show you another replay. he got up and walked off the court but would have to leave the game. hicks taking that one in. carolina rolling over thehe kings 97 to 71, guys. he was okay. that's what is important. >> oh, yeah. goodness. >> when you showed the highlight earlier i didn't even know who won the game. >> yeah. yeah. glad he's okay.
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cc1 test message welcome to a special edition of "world news tonight." breaking news on this showdown saturday. election battles on two fwronts. hillary clinton with a much-needed win over bernie sanders in nevada after a tense neck and neck fight. but sanders trouncing her on the issue of trust. tonighghthe long lines and the celebrations. showdown in south carolina. donald trump firing away until the very end. >> so, it's crunch time, folks. it's crunch time. >> ted cruz and marco rubio with their last-minute push. can they still catch trump is this >> it's in god's hands and in the voters' hands. first test for republicans in the south. the results coming in right now. this is abc news "world news tonight." good evening and thank you for joining us on this saturday. i'm cecilia vega. tonight, candidates on both sides coming one step c oser in
just minutes ago, results of the democratic caucuses in nevada coming. based on our analysis of the vote, abc news projects hillary clinton will win that contest with more than 75% of the vote already in, clinton holding abouou a four-point lead. hillary clinton tweeting out. the caption, the feelings mutual, nevada. take a look at the voters turning out for the caucuses. the lines wrapping around this high school in hernd. in south carolina, the drama still very high. republican voters there, are still at polling stations. another hour to go, still, donald t tmp topping all the polls going in, but tonight, the urgent race for a second and third place. we have team coverage in both races. we beg with abc chief anchor george stephanopoulos here with me tonight. george, those democratic results, pretty shocking, hillary clinton out there out front. what does this mean going forward. >> she's back on a solid path to the nomination.