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what the weekend forecast looks like and w wre noarpg a good one jen. >> jennifer: good morning every one. good morning south florida. and starting off with a few showers out there. let's get to it zooming in noheast miami-dade county. miami beach dealing with these showers over the area but it slowly suppresses southward. now there is this one shower roll oaferg miami beach and as we speak it was heavier. starting to lighten up a little bit. you get the picture. coastal showers in store for thrning and more on today expected. i'll have more details on that and i'm expecting lots of cloud cover due to this area of clouds. a lot that is push oaferg the southeastern gulf of mexico and pushing towards the east ooncht than that, it will be mostly cloudy throughout the morning hours. we'll still see a litite bit off sunshine which will help to warm things up. temperatures hitting the mid 70s by 10:00 a.m. and again. take the umbrellas with you if you're heading out early. most will have a few showers developing later throughout the day.
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jennifer. our top story this morning. an important safety alert out of pompano beach where police say a man tried o to kidnap a teenager her heroining escape caught on surveillance camera. >> todd: and the 13-year-old was walk hoax when a suv pulled up and the man inside the suv tried to to grab her. >> neki: and lawyer lei ron livingston has more. good morning layron. >> reporter: good morng neki and todd. and dieps tell us this lady had to strtrgle with the guy to getaway from him. he got out of his car, grabbed her by the waist and tried to to force her back insige. he did not stop there. take a look at this. surveillance cameras cauaht this young girl, 13 years old. wack pack on rung as fast as she could northeast 6th street and deputies say when she took off, so did her alleged tacker following her in what they describe as a tan suv hires a look at who they are look for. described as a thin guy, reddish
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50s. in a red short sleeve shirt, jeans and black sneakers. >> that's creepy. >> that's real scary. >> walk with other people and have soming with you at least. >> reporter: that was a student we heard from. this other young lady who was reportedly tacked walking home from pompano beach high school. any one with information is encouraged to contact t broward county crime stoppers life lif. for now reporting live layron livingston. local 10 news. >> todd: and a correctional officer allegedly abused her prif la gevmentz she is cued of rip oferght inmates she was supposed to be helping. >> neki: instead of helping she took thousands of dollars for fr them and used the money for her own gain. >> todd: local 10 michael seiden with the story. >> reporter: the allegations are stung. this correctional officer is accused of stealing $20,000 from inmates here who were trying to get their lives back in order.
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accused of shaking down cadets for cash. more than $20,000. investigators believe kristi lasster used the stolen money to spup support her gambling habits. >> they are out there work hard trying to earn a living for their self before they get out of bt camp. instead authority dz leadged ken meth smith kendall is one of many who wentthrough the boot camp program only to get out on work release anding black mailed by lar so. ananhere in the cid yo he is giving over his money to avoid being locked up again. >> she is working in a system to help the kids kids but she is doing the wrong thing. not only his son. nearly two dozen men victims of lasster. where did all the money go? the state attorney's officic says she gambled it all way. more thun $40,000. >> and she is now facing charges of bribe require and extortion.
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i'm michael seiden lot. call ten news. >> todd: caught on camera. an unholy act at a hialeah church. police searching for a man seen trying to break into the church. police say he smashed two carwindows out on church property and walked up and through something athe imlas door. police say he did it several times. a look at man close up and smashed windows at u.s. century bank building next door but didn't do much damage to the church and never made it inside. >> neki: a man behind bars after targeting the elderly and his pick pocketing team. they show derek hope committing the crime. hope was rested on separate charges p. investigators say he confessed to pick pocketing thees the elderly criewgd one that was 94 years old. a veteran from pinecrest. >> and he took my credit cards right out of my pocket likik it was an easy thing for him to do but it was very tough on me.
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i think about it and it was very tough. >> neki: police say hope racked up more than six grand in bills on that veteran's card. he is now being held on $43,000 bond. >> todd: the man who stole an atm card rest inside a machine at pembroke park bank. the man withdrew $300. this a picture of the car griffen the theme of the that suspect wanted for grat grand theft w. if you recognize him or the car call crime stoppers at 954-493-tips. >> neki: now to mornt historic&u.s. and cuba exchange. and john kerry canceled his trip to cuba over human rites concerns. nowfficials now say that trip was just postponed. they say there is no reasons when the kerry should go on his own when the president will be there two weeks later. le now join the president on his visit.
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are getting ready for their show in cuba. and this shows the containers of equipment arriving for the stones show on march 25th. stay with local 10 for complete coverage of president obama's historic stroits cuba. calvin shoes will be leading our team in havana later this movement well major dell ross moss conrmed he is a finalist for the search of a new police chief. he has within an officer in mie for 32 years. and ferguson was the ra site of racial shooting of a black teen by a white police officer causing the chief to step down. >> neki: and vote 2016. today say big primary day as snroartz five states pick their presidential candidates. candidates perfect both tar parties have been hitting the campaign trail n- all over the country. and presidential candidate marco rubio spoke to thousands of people last night at a rally in southern kansas.
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rubio was the topic cofn ver station for gop candidate donald trump. and candidate ted cruz attend a conservative action last night in maryland. an event trump cho not to attend. and hillary clinton also n- on a mission campaign and spoke at a rally in detroit and bernie sanders was also in michigan. he attended@ a rally hoping for a primary rebound on march 8th. today is the kansas caucus for both parties. kentucky caucus and louisiana party for both parties and the maine republican caucus and nebraska democratic caucus. >> todd: meanwhile here in south florida, a broward county jij dismissed a complaint challenging the eligibility of rubio to run for president. reporter sued both senator claiming neither wasel able to be president under the concussion. he says rubio who was born to immigrant parents and cruz born to n- canada are not natural
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>> ted cruz and marco rubio are not natural born citizens. impose thabl they would consider one born to foreign parents or one born to foreign country are natural born citizens and also can be president. >> in the end the judge ruled both had no standing and it was in the wrong dur jur is disiks. >> neki: a wild ride inside a drive through caught on camera. >> todd: coming up we'llh tell yu this driver rammed her car into a fast food reseaurant. >> neki: and a launch that was they w we trying for weeks. but there was trouble on the landing. we'll show you next.
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>> neki: caught on camera, a car repeatedly slamming into a check ars restaurant in illinois. he went forward and thenack and then ee vn venuely take down the light le. the driver told them she accidentally hit the gas instead of the brakes and when she hit the brakes she claimed they failed. the woman charged with driving under the influence. jail. >> todd: spacex has successfully launched the sal satellite into or by. this. but were delayed by weather and problems with rocket fuel and
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while the lift was successful. , the landing wasn't. it failed to land d the drone ship but he added that the next flight has a good chance of. that. >> neki: time now 6:12. 66 degrees. what kind of day will it be? we're hope fog for a good one. >> todd: jen has a look at the crystal ball to tell us what is going on. >> jennifer: i'm trying make it a good day todd and neki. >> jennifer: dark and early out thehe. the chance for showers splaing in store all day today. we've been dealing with a few showers out there. noh of bridge. this is over looking brickell key. so no rain at the moment he. but if we zoom over miami beach. definitely seeing the rain. just two showers. one entering mid town area that is heavy. moderate to heavy rainfall and then moderate rainfall falling over meridian avenue just north of lincoln road so this is the area that't' been dealing with the showers t tay. and they are rolling on shore
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a few more developing later on through the morning and into the lir afternoon. just despite the fact that high pressure has taken over the southeast, just because there's a high doesn't meanwhile stay dry. still moisture a lot of andthat is helping produce the showers offshore. also traraing this area of cloud cover a. a huge area pushing acroro the southeastern gulf of mexico from the utah tan to south florida. that will bring nuts way of cloud coverage.& if we don't get the rain we'll have the clouds out there but overall it is actually a nice day where temperatures won't be too warm. they will be right at normal and right now we're starting off these temperatures in the low to mid six 50e6789s upper 60's count through the keys. wiwis out of northwest but there will be a change in the wind later on in the east. here's a look at the in house mold. depicting spotty showers that roll onshore even as we head into late night, lir sunday morning.
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and then we'll start clearing out as a weak cold front pass thriewz and helps to push out that moisture and we'll start drying things out by as lir as afternoon hours on suay. so today have the umbrellas with you because of that 30% chance for showers. otherwise if you head out to the beerchtion it's a slight rip current risk. still use the sunscreen. dmo advisories for boaters. the bays with a a moderate chop. here's a look at for the cast if you're going out to carnivavaon the mile. 78 will be the temperature around 1:00 and 79 is the high. 81 degrees is the high tomorrow as we begin to dry things out a little bit more and stay mainly dry for the srt of next week. neki. thanks jennifer. righghnow a special dirty dhieng has outraged many in south florida after we exposed the reaurant that had 110 violations. the owner told bis phone since she were addressed they've been naifnld is everything is great and jeff weinsier has learned that is far from the truth.
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first of all don't touch. you want to get arresd. 110 violations. the worse inspection we've seen nay long time. that was back in january. kevin who owns china bufffy at 113th and bird road didn't want to talk us to about his 110 violations. but today we were wack again. and we need to talk to kevin. >> not here ch. >> can you call him? >> no here. sorry. >> i want to talk to you. don't, don't touch my camera. why do you keep? why is the place not getting better? >> kevin wasn't here. state records show since being ordered shut back in january, in sphek towards have been here nine times. china buffet ordered shut again. february 4th. 74 violations found then. on february 22, another 86 violations found. many repeat vie rietionz. why is the place not getting any better? >> in fact if you add up all the vie oition was from all those
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from in seconds in the kitchen, an object able odor in the establishment. equipment coated with grease and food debris. fee food out of temperature. no, no, no come in. >> when we went into the kitchen back in january. we found fish sitting on the filthy floor. no one could tell us what was in this sink in the dish washing area but it stunk. rs a foul odoroming from this bath room in the cij thean was full of standing watat that smelled like sewage. why is this place allowed to stay open and serve you food? >> in the past florida department of business and professional relg you laititi has told local 10 news, they work with restaurant owners to get them into compliance and it's not their job to shut places down permanently. but in this case, we sent an e-mail to the department of business and professional regulation asking that very question. we haven't heard back yet. but you now know the track
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to go on behind the kitchen door.jeff weinsier. local 10 news. >> neki: remember local 10 has made it easy four see any inspection on the smart phone. just down road our free restaurant inspection app by search restaurants florida in the app store. >> todd: a sweet dog who was ban donned getting a chance to smile again thanks to strangers. >> neki: yes he. coming up we're catching up with joey and learning about his new leash on life. >> todd: and a sweet kind kindergartner getting a sweet surprise from her dad in wisconsin ch. >> neki: my favorite story o o the die. but first here's a look at the winning lottery numbers. good luck. we'll be right back. >lways watching. always track. meteororogist jennifer correa on
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your weather authority. >> neki:i topping today's health news, advanced card jolly helping patients with severe narrowing of the a tore tick valve who are at high risk of surgery. kristi kreuger has more. >> an estimated 4.5 million
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diagnosed with sta no tickk ta sta no cyst. and 50% of those people will die within just two years. well, for patients at high risk of standard surgery to replace a bad valve, a less invasive alternative now. calleded trans catch a der a a or tick valve. wetttt known as half var. it replaces the evaluate into the damaged valve without having to remove it at all. >> it can be done with a stick, a needl stick and catheters most commonly from the groirnghts ar terry from the groin is passed around from the a or tick valve. this procedure is current lay proved for patients considered high risk but going bg studied right now for patients of moderate risk and at some point doctoror say it may become the stan daferred care for all patients who have a a or tick valvee surgery and well-known that healthy behaviors are good for our overall health. sometimes i admit it could be difficult to make the necessary
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heart health. many people with busy lives find it difficult to fit in the recommends 150 minutes of moderate exercise every week so. eardiologist say taking even small steps can make big difference eye always say to my patients. look, even ten minutes a day of moderate exercise even if that means walking around the block. walk the dog. parking the car farther way from your office so your ensuring your gaighw bit of regular exercise. >> another key to helpingngour heart health. read your food labels folks. watch out for prepackaged foods that can be high in salt and pro sesd sugars as well as saturated and trans fats. the broward hearlt walk is coming up in april. think about start age team and coming out and walkiki with all of us from local 10. >> todd: happening today the young talent big dreams comes dot cultural center in liberty city.
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and be between the aifnlings eight and seven and the grand prize winner gets a trip to two to see the american idol finale life and ah discussions today from noon sil 6:00 and visit the actor's play iewt.org. and the shine host sunshine at park for suicide wearness and prevefntle fitness classes. balloon release. bounce houses. obstacle courses and silent awfntle starts at 10:00 a.m. a runs through 3:00 at markum park. $20 for adults. $10 for kids. ritionster at the park at event right.com. >> run or walk for a good cause today. the march for cancer five cak k in fort lauderdale. the event helps raise funds for joe dimaggio's children's hospital. cost $30 to register for that race. >> neki: and a kid kindergartner in wisconsin gt a
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she shout they was just at an assembly but then all of a send the dad walked into the room. he came out and he was so overwhelmed her father who is in the army spent last two years stationed in ger pla any. he arrived home early just to surprise her eye missed him for along, long time. for two years. >> and now? >> and now i don't have to because he is here with me now. >> neki: oh, after at sem her dad talked to the students about his 12 years of military service. he is now scheduled totay in wisconsin for three years working at an army recruiting center and course spending more time with his family. >> you. >> todd: you can see that husband hug. he didn't can't to let her o go. >> neki: yeah. >> todd: and now to a dog story, joey w tbownd abandonled and with no home. >> neki: and rescue groups picked him up and took him to
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the couple adopted the dog when they found joey on the facebook feed. >> to me it's an honor to do this. >> we don't know his story or if he has bfer tbn nay home. >> it will be a long process but one i'm looking for warartoo. >> the go fund me page was set up for joey to pay his medical bills. $3500 raids. what ever isn't used will be donated to the anima recovery mission. >> and we follow a scary safely later out of pompano beach this morning. that's where a man tried to to kidnap a teenager. >> neki: coming up the sketch of man police are looking for. >> todd: and next we have live could of frej var kar naval on the mile. the festival fiks kicks off today and goes all week long. >> neki: oo like us on
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>> local 10 news starts right now. >> neki: time now 6:29. boot camp out there in hollywood ach. take alg a look from the degreeee a beautiful morning out there. clouds and sun. now. >> todd: nice morning for a run on the beach. >> neki:i: yes, one of these days we' be able to do that. >> jennifer: yes, one of these days it is nice to and neki. there are a few showers impacting porsz of miami-dade county. that's why i'm starting off with the radar. doom nothing the area over miami beach. we had the showers come
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dissipating. just light sprinkles left over. but that's about it. otherwise we're waking up to mostly cloudy skies niend, what more cloud cover head owrd way especially with all this cloud cover here. that is pushing out towards the east so. even though high pressure is incontrol over us. we do expect more showers later on today. also this is a look nationwide. there is a very weak cold front passing through and this isome associated with the cold front bringing snow right now over the great lakes and a huge warm up. by the way it is returning to the south. we're talalng 15 to 25 degrees above the average. again, this store the southern plains and we're warming up to the upper 70's. i'll have the rest of the weekend forecast in a few minutes. todd. >> todd: all right jen. thank you. our top story this morning. ain important safety alert out of pompano beach. a man tried to to kidnap a teenager. her her rowing escape caught on
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>> neki: and she was walking home when the suv pulled up next her and tried to to grab her. >> todd: that man is still on the run this morning. layron livingston has all the details on this important story. layron snie snoo todd, deputies say this 13-year-old did everything rig. they say her leadged tearing, stopped hisar, got out and tried to grabbing this young lady to force her inside and thankfully she was able to break free.>> backpack on and booking it. a nearby d dcare surveillance camera catch that's 13-year-old running for her life. >> that's creepy. and it's really scary. >> reporter: police now looking for the driverhown tailing her she. think this is the guy that tried to auct that girl minutes earlier. >> other students we talked to taking extra care on the way walkome from school. >> walk with other people and have something with you at least.
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pick up a random chiel oovmentd on a busy road during a busy time of day no rest. 13 year oafd old leaving height school when the creepy guy in the tan suv drove up and called out to her. when shegnored him authorities say he made his move. he grabbed her bit waist and tried to forcing her into thesuv. she screamed. strowlings get away and took off. now authorities need your help nding that suv and putting name with the sketch and the man they rkk looking for has reddish brown hair in his 40s or 50s and wearing red shirt, jeans and black sneakers. any one with information contact the broward crime stoppers. reporting live,ayron livingston. local 10 news. >> todd: well we knew a pib winning ticket was bought in the keys. now we know who won. meet james stock ladges who is
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and he took the lump sum payment of $191 million l.a. he bought the winning ticket from this tom thumb in marathon on the last day of his fishing trip. the he and his group stopped to get gas for the rj vrks' and ice and lottery ticket. >> neki: and lob the mother of lonzie barton who kent mission in july will spend the next 26 years in prison. barton's tar any argued that because she was cooperative she should only be sentenced to a year in jail but the judge disagreed sentencing her to the maximum allow ood@ you can't ever really say justice. justice would be that lonzie is still with us. justice would be the child in the arms ave loving family. >> neki: after months seararing for lonzie barton's
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investigators to the body in jafnlt he plead guilty to aggravated manslaughter in the boy's death in exchange fo a 20 year prison sen terchlts he con fens fessed lonzie died in the bathtub while he and barton were having sex. >> todd: and simpson was acquitted in 1995 in the brutal stack death. ex-wife nicole brown simpson and her friend ron goal man. a weapon never recovered at the time some. one fou the knife and gave to to an officer one years ald ago and that officer never turned it in 'til now. >> it certainly is very are con concerning to us that a police officer, whether retired or active, would not know to submit and turn in evidence or what is believed to be evidence. >> todd: of course at this point we not know if it was the murder weapon. the discovery comes after renewed interest in the case ave television mini series.
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forensic evidence. >> neki: andhe fes stravment the weekend kicks off with carnival on the mile that takes place today and tomorrow. also a newvent called flipping board. >> todd: i heard with about. ith she the should down miracle mile. both carnival and calle ocho a track millions of people. it eye. >> neki: st has been grog on since 1976. a huge latin celebration. >> and sa neal a sabovic is there watch themg get ready. >> >> todd: and strow get the food going. >> neki: that's right. is is that right sanela. >> reporter: i can't wait. miracle mile is already shut down. it will be filled with lots of people who enjoy food, art, music and people hard at work for several hours already traing set things up from tables and chairs. u haul trucks being unload and
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of three stages getting set up bit production crews where 30 performers are set sto grace the stage this. event say success year after year. let's show what you you'll be seeing in a couple thowmpletz is video from last year. a ten degrees were able to eat good food. take in great knew music with dozens of performers. not only is the fes ta valve fusion great food and music but also arm. more thain hundred artist line miracle mile. eat convenient is present bid qua quan wan nis club. so much for the family to enjoy peapght. not to mention our local 10 talent sievment booth here and today from noon to 2:30 p.m. you can meet christina vasquez terrell for may. carlos suarez. shyann malone and bed betty davis and max mayfield. you can meet calvin hughes and
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in attendance. if you can't make taught today don't worry carnival will go ontomorrow. noon to two k34r0b neki and todd and clay ferraro and kristi kreuger and eric jut yut si. >> and from 2:30 to 5:00, meet lor laurie jennings and liane morejon and it is guaranteed to be a great time. kickoff at 10:00. the festivities last for 12 hours until 10:00 p.m. tonight and of course it will kickoff tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. and we'll be here all morning long monitoring the saights four. can't wait for the party toet started at 10:00 this morning. >> neki: well, as carnival object mile vet varntionz todd and a can tell you it's a good time. >> todd: it is. >> neki: very good time. >> todd: and the trial is m dog an end for erin andrews. >> neki: coming up we'll hear from her attorney during closing
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>> todd: and vision problems cocod be detected in kids as young as six months old. we'll tell you about it in our health cast. >> neki: oo todd tongen and neki mohan on the one and (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it.
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>> neki: a jury will soon be ce lib rer rating in rating in the erin andrews case. the closing argument yesterday. the sports caster suing herman gers and owner of the marriott claiming the hotel is partially to bla for the secretly recorded naked video tt went viral. >> barrett coont of done it without the - ra against of the nashville marriott. >> this could of been stopped. >> nekek the individual offandrews getting out of shower was viewed by 17 million people. she says sth incident has cost lasting emotional scars. >> todd: the florida leg lace tour has reject aid prosd 3 billion-dollar gambling deal by the seminole teive florida and govenor scotttt it w wld have aloud them to have crap and slot ma machines at dog and horse races across the state. and it promised new jobs and
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deal was approved jie. >> jennifer: and good morning south florida. happy weekend. let's talk about first some march. now we do spring forward. not until march 13 so we'll keep you reminding you. so stay tune for. that also spring equinox is march 20th. meteorologist spring started on march 21 but this will be the day where the a. hoursf daylight equal the amount of niem night time. and then easter sunday by the end of march on march 27th. so write it down in your agenda and put your reminders on. current conditions right now. temperatures in the mid 60s. low 60 fierce some of us. kendall at six # degrees. otherwise it's not too cool. not too warm. it is relatively nice start for us. now, windsdsut of north and northwest and light breeze by the way five to 8 miles per hour currently and we're waking up to mostly cloudy skies way few showers out there. and most of these showers have
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portions of miami-dade county. mainly over miami beach. you can see venetian way and star island still dealing with drizzle and even into downtown miami as well. and that's about it for now. but we still have a chance for a few more showers as the morning hours continue. thth's with a 30% chance. by the way high pressure in control croots southeast. also tracking this area of cloud cover right here that's pushing across the gulf of mexico from west to east. that's going to bring us cloud cover for today croots nation. a system, low pressure system pushing over t great lakes in ohio and a weak trailing cald front behind this. at saiment time tempetures are soaring for the plains as that jet stream moves to the north and that means our temperatures, es spcial lay cross the southern plains. we're talking about texas and oklahoma into the mid mid mississippi fallly are warming up 15 to 20 degrees above average this. is the forecasted high for later
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almost hitting those 308's in dallas with the forecast hive 79 degrees. for us it's also high 79 but this is normal for this time of year h ere in s. tomorrow highs 81. only 20% chance for rainfall tomorrow. soyuz the umm wrel as today and by tomorrow we won't need them. dd. >> todd: all right thank you jen n. today's health cast your eyes are the windows to the world. but vision problems are oftenen difficult to detect especially in young children. our health specialist kristi kreuger shows us a test that can find advice all impair ments in kids as young as six months old. >> he is just six months old but adorable easton bo is gaight vital checkup. the new pediatric vision test tel tell us how his eyes communicate with the brain. >> it's the only eye test we have i i the eye care industry that is able to functionally tell us how the whole advice all system is working.
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as lazy. >> jennifer: near and far sightedness, a stigma tism and cancer. >> and you find out students have problems and are struggling in school. i don't want thoim too there. we have the ability to come into the doctor's office and have it schekd, so why not? >> dr. dan lieu ellen says most children are five or six years old before vision problems are detected. but earlier kids like anthony are diagnosed, the better the out come. believe it or not the test takes less than one minute per. >> jennifer: no die o laition need order he sedation and little madeline is sure enjoying it. >> the test is a series of animation and music. very couple of seconds it will flash a black and white bar that stimulate the child's neuro lol log call system and mess iewrt sigz nalz that go from the eye to the front of brain.
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>> i had a sister that wore a path and if they can detect anything rong with my daughter madeline at an early age, the earlier the better. i'm all about preventative air. >> todd: that was kristi kreuger reporting. the cost of the test is about 150 to lars. only available at a few locations in south florida. head to local 10.com to get in touch with the folks at iet care center. >> neki: and heat look to keep their winning streak laif. >> todd: and d wade is in the market for a new nickname. >> neki: dunt come up with one? >> todd: divment d t i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma mptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine,
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could be a missing piece for you. >> good morning i'm clay ferraro with your local 10 morning sports wrap. wade says he wants to seat heat team win the games they are supposed to win. the current three game stretch would certainly qualili and so far so good. the heat in philadelphia to take
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dywane wade to what soon white side. miami season high of 44 points in the first quarter. back come the sixers throwing that down. phillie had the lead but it's wade to the rescue. take this in and throws it down to tie the wall game up. later it's wade again and won. big game for waivmentd miami wins 112 to ten # and after the game they say hey, maybe it's time for a new nickname. >> i'm trying find. ways talking to justin on the bench and trying find out what is facing miami. i'm out of my prime but not father time so. what is the in between. i need everybody to give me a word out thrf what that is. >> you're in optimist prime. >> optimist prime. >> first thing that came to mind. you don't have to love too. i'll work on other plans. >> we'll leave it up to twitter. golf in doral yesterday. a rollercoaster day for phil mickelson. at one poioi he was ten under
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one however we come back to the field nay big way and in fact get passed. i he is five under for the tour na nefnlt the leader adam scott. a great team pt for eagle here. we end up birdieing the whoavment he is ten under after two rounds. and a big day on hand for the marlins and mets in st. lieu sigh si. pick up in the second inning. a blast by destine hood. and fish had a four to one lead. dellson hits that one deep to left. would actually stay in the ballpark. but he still giet home run it out of and inside the park j this. ending in a four to four time. the six nl ranked team taking on manhattan. this all um. john with an rbi single hererend canes left the thomas wood dry. career strike out. canes roll in this one den to
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finals. and great performance by jessica tom misin this one. the canes dancing on to the tem my finals. the u will take on notre dame from the sem ms at noon today. i'm clay ferraro. that is your local 10 sports wrap. >> todd: so d wade says he is out of his prime but not out of father time. what about primetime? wait smrkts one already has that right? >> i thinko: i'm working on it. >> neki: you're working on it. >> td: yes, don't worry. >> neki: while wur working on thth, this little girl was trying to get on her pants but couldn't getethem on. she did what any toddler would do,he called 911. >> todd: head we're hearing
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don't try this at home kids. a police officer responds to an unexpected 911 call from a 2-year-old in south carolina. >> neki: rlly cute. it mapped in yeenville wt of columba. and the little girl called 911 because she needed help getting dressed. the toddler officer was so shocked when the toddler opened the door. >> she came running out to the front with half a pant leg on. she just said hey. i sat down on the steps and helped her put on her pants. it was almost like a reward. she just want want aid hug. >> >> neki: the parents were home. did sthe not hear her open up the door. >> todd: i guess not. >> neki: and her parents taught her to use 911 in an emergency. >> todd: i guess so. >> neki: and make ib call 911 this morning. >> here's what we're working on for the next hour. >> todd: and a hannah ledged
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from school. >> neki: and a correctional wfficer behind bars this morning inmates. >> todd: and presidential inmates wait their results as they prepare to choose a caidate in five different indicates today. >> neki: local 10 news at 7:00. we'll i have check of the forecast taking a live look out of pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to
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>> todd: and the celebration is lrm underway. we're just hours way from the start of carnival on the mile. what you can expect from the weekend family fun fet fes. >> live, the one and only local 10 news starts right now. >> neki: good morning every one. i'm neki mohan. >> todd: i'm ton todd tongen. thank you for waking up with us on this saturday, march 5th. >> neki: we want know what kind of weather we'll have for carnival at the mile we'll salsaing out at boothight jen. >> jennifer: that's right neki. and i'll say this. you need your umbrellas today just in case. not a complete washout but we have clo cover and we're talking about a few light showers already. here's a live look out of fort lauderdale tower cam. despite the cloud cover. nice and quiet start. there's the sun with the raise shining down on the atlantic ocean. it looks beautiful. winds this morning out of north

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