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>> i'm jacey birch. wednesday, trucking on through the week. let's bring in julie durda, talk about this weather right now. >> we're halfway throughgh the week but the weather hasn't changed all that much. temperatures above average. thank goodness for thahat breeze because it doesn't make it feel like 72 degrees out there. ft. lauderdale 72 as well as key west. that breeze moving our camera around again this morning. wind speeds anywhere between 14 and 16 miles per hour. wi gusts even stronger. we have wind gusts reported in the 20s in miami as well as ft. lauderdale down by the keys as well. you've heard me mention since the beginning of the week and i will continue to remind you, we have that highisk of beach-goers. boaters, advisories as well. temperatures as the kids head`to the bus stop looking in the lower 70s. highs today will bin
i'll have more coming up senator brarydz state with the most delegatessp for grabs last night. >> and donald trump remains on top with two more wins. the candidate took hawaii. it was ted cruz tha took idaho with 96% of the precincts reporting. senator cruz won the vote. the biggest surprise was michigan, 59 delegates at stake there anddonald trump took the biggest piece of the pie with 36.5% of theote. >> trump also won mississippi, the second largest number of delegates at stake in last night's races. how about hawaii. hawaii's results, they held their caucuses last night with donald trump winning just me than 42% of that vote. on the democratic side now, all eyes on bernie sanders after his win in michigan. the state took 50% of the vote. hillary clinton trailing
delegates were at stake. >> but it was a different story in mississippi. that's where heon by a landslide. we have team coverage for the candidates who were in south florida last night. carlos suarez is covering the trump campaign in jupiter. let's begin in downtown mimii where sanders held a rally. >>reporter: the rallyyas packed. vermont senator bernie sanders walked outo screaming supporters. this he said is a revolution. >> this campaign is about his thinking outside of the box, thinking outside of the status quo. >>reporter: the democratic candidate touching on a number of issues from expanding of course to all americans to his plans to make public colleges and universities tuition free. we spoke to the senator one on oneho insist it is possible, everyone should go to college. >> i think frankly the biionaires and millionaires should pay
i think there should be a tax on speculation. >>reporter: suggesting white people don't know what it't' like to be living in a ghetto. what did you mean to say? what did you mean by that? >> well, there's no candidate running for president who has talke more about the horrific levels of poverty in this country, and maybe i was misunderstood, maybe i didn't say it as clearly as i should. >>reporter: you take a look around the crowd, you ntle sanders' supporters in the rally were relatively young. sanders is campaigning hard ahead of the next debate touting his popular next agenda insisting he can win. we also spoke with him at length about u.s.-cuba relations. he says he would do t same thing that president obama is doing, going to visit with the leadets there. we're going to have a lot more on our website for you, local10.com, also new updates throughout the day. i'm andrew perez, local 10 news. our team coverage continues right now and we go to jupiter.
suarez is with the trump campaign. >>reporter: donald trump savored tuesday night's winning by the fact his rifles are going hard at him in his campaign ads. trump gathering with supporters insod a ballroom at the trump national resort in jupiter in the first two races of tuesday night. early returns show that trump was winning big by double digit margins in mississippi and michigan. now trump didn't lead all that much. but the wins come in the first wave of attacks by the remaining field of republicanan and their super pacs. going after his character and temperament, he's already set his sights on next week. >> we are going to do something. i think we're going to clean the slate. it's my second home. i love florida.
i l le florida, special place, and i think we're going t t do really well. i think we're going to do really well in ohio. i know i'm going to win ohio. i love ohio. i have so many friends in ohio. it's an amazing place. we're going to go have a lot of fun, and then what we're going to do is beat hillary clinton and we're going to beat her badly. >>reporter: despite his win, it's clear that his rivals got under trump's skin. he began his remarks seemingly defended firing off his products that bear his name, everything from bottled water, vodka, wine which he offered supporters for about fifty bucks a piece. critics have had a field day calling the products quote a failed business venture. we arrest at march a. mar-a-lago. donald said h might
at one of his properties in chicago. if there's any indication trump is about florida, we're told he's only scheduled to make a singlecampaign stop on thursday ahead of tuesday's primary. reporting in jupiter, i'm carlos suarez, local 10 news. hillary clinton spoke to supporters in cleveland ahead of next week's primary in ohio. she won big in mississippi and called out some of the rhetoric of the republican candidates, specicically donald trump. >> now running for president shohodn't be about delivering insults. it should be about delivering results for the american people. >> amomo mrs. clinton's win in mississippi, e was ahead by an average of more than 20 points in the polls but ended up losing to senator bernie sanders. >> ted cruz opted not to speak last night but he held a rally earlier in the day in north carolina.
and he won idaho coming in seconon place in both mississippi and michigan well. meanwhilanother disappointing night for marco rubio, did not win any of the states. rubio campaigning around florida yesterday. he's looking ahe to next tuesday's florida primary. he needs a win here to keep his campaign going. the flrida primary tuesday, march 16th, just six days away. if you can't make it to the polls, remember you can vote early. head over to local10.com. we have you covered. everything you need to know is right there. a west park church is left cleaning up a mess this morning after a suspecteded break-in. aiewer called in near pembroke road last night and found musical equipment had been stolen, a guitar, keyboard, mixer among the items believed to be missing from that church. now to a story you
a brother driving drunk with a child in her car. we have the story. >>reporter: at timesolleen laughlin smiles, even waves at the camera but she quickly realizes this is not a joke. >> no, no. oh, my god. >>reporter: the mother of a toddler and former educator in broward and palm beach counties not setting an example, fighting to get away from troopers. the 43-year-old placed under arrest accused of driving under the influence with her two-year-old son in the back seat. >> one, two, three. >>reporterallegedly failing her sobriety tests and admitting to downing two beers, three
hitting interstate 95 with herbaby in tow. troopers caught up with her after they say she drove for miles on the interstate before she noticed she was missing a tire. when a trooper pulled her over, she appeared to be under the influence and her car was a mess. >> please leave me alone. laughlin wanted nothing to do with us after bonding out of jail. >> no, no. i just passed all the tests. >>reporter: almost as much as she wanted nothing to do with these troopers when they tried to place her in cuffs. >> no, no. no, no. >>reporter: and the good news out of all of this, that little boy, her two-year-old son was just fine. he was not injured. he's now been placed with his father. in hollywood, derek shore, local 10 news. now to an ongoing safety alert for you. workers at a palm beach day care say they recognize a man in a
tried to kidnap a 13-year-old gir she says the man approached her and called her over to his s.u.v. she says he got out of the car and tried to grab her.the girl managed to escape and ran off. employees in the nearby day care say they have seen that man before. take another look at the man. he's described as having reddish brown hair, thin frame and is in his late 30s or early 40s. if you recognize him, call broward crimestoppers. two 13-year-old boys robbed at gunpoint and police believe three other teens are behind it all. police say threesuspects approached the teens and threatened them with a gun. one of those suspects, 18-year-old jonathan valenzuela. a robber remains on the run after robbing a bank.
suspect implied he had a weapon, demanded he had money from a bank employee.if you have any information, if you recognize who that is, call broward crimestoppers, 954-493-tips. renowned record producer george martin died. he was responsible for arranging several famous beatle songs. thth news first broken on twitter by beatles drummer ringo starr. peace and love to judy and when i family, george will be missed. minutes later star tweeting this photo right here, thank you for allour love and kindness, george. kings and proroets made its big debut here on local 10 last night, and one of the stars has ties to south florida.
now to a one and only exclusive, a biblical tale told in a big way, of kings and prophets aired its first episode last night. one of the show's stars is from right here in south florida. we caught up with the actress and you may also recognize her from the show so you think you can dance. she was season five's top winner. >> friends and families watched her big moment last night on national tv. >>reporter: the highly anticipated premier of abc's of kings and prophets debuted tuesday night. >> i'm so proud of the piece and how it looks. >>reporter: one of the stars of this epic biblical saga was born and raised right here in miami. >> from the beginning i i knew it was something i was so lucky to be a part of. >>reporter: janine plays a princess. the role required a new accent. growing up in miami we're not exposed to too many british accents
how did that go, making it sound and making it come to life. janine's mother i i put together a little watch party. >> just a few of our closest friends came to celebrate her success. >>reporter: this intimate gathering of about 100 people watched on a big screen from a tennis court all for janine. >> she has worked so hard. she's been on so many pilots that have not been picked up, so for her to be on this tonight, you can see everybody was celebrating and proud of her. >>reporter: the only one missing was janine. she's in los angeles promoting e show. >> it's always so sweet. i wish i could be there. >> she wanted to be here tonight. but as soon as she gets home, she says i need m cuban food. >>reporter: they will have to wait for now. she has her hands full
drama. this group loved the show, of kings and prophets. you can watch it tuesday nights at 10:00 right here on local 10. victor oquendo, local 10 news. >> we are p pud of our local girl. south florida, we're happy to wake up to dry conditions. albeit the weather hasn't changed that much since we started the workweek. temperatures are still above average. 72 degrees inn miami as well as ft. lauderdale. look at the winds moving in from east southeast between 14 and 16 miles perour. heat and humidity stays esblished across south florida keeping our temperatures above average. pembroke pines 72. 73 hialeah. marathon 74 degrees. with the winds out of the east southeast we'll continue toeep that beach-goer we have our wind gusts reported in the 20s this morning all the way down to the keys, all the way up to miami-dade
that's noh surprise. we have a tight pressure gradient due to our high pressure. we can thank that high for the dry atmospheric conditions we've had. it has felt really nice even though it has been warmer than what we're used to with our temperatures. cloud cover will continue to move onshore from time to time. our high pressure is feeding into a massive storm system that brought severe weather threat over parts of texas in towards the nation's midsectioio yesterday. there were three tornadoes that were reported and t tre's expected to be more tornado activity today for texas, louisiana all the way up towards illinois. the severe their threat will continue because of the clash of the two air masses. temperatures across the south feeling like spring in the 60s and 70s. behind this front temperatures are in the 20s and that will be the trigger mcnix for the possibility of severe weather. from houston all the way into louisiana damaging
the chance of a tornado for our friends across the south today. providing for another breezy to june right windy day. it's going to feel nice. we are going to see that system basically stall out over the nation's midsection today and going into tomorrow. that's how strong this area of high pressure is that's dominating our atmosphere, the eaea coast and western atlantic. that's why it's going to provide for partly sunny skies as we end the workweek. day by day going into thth weekend. so high risk of rip beach-goers. we will increase the chance of showers for the weekend. a tv news crew came really close to getting job. >> howhey managed to
thinking by a california trooper. an officer w w driving behind the car when it caught fire. the officer jumps into action, pulling the child out of the car. all four people were treated for smoke inhalation but they are expected to recover. caught on camera a close calfor a news crew covering a train derailment in california. reporter alex savage was reporting when a driver nearly crashed into him and his photographer. he credits his photog for saving his life but reportedly he yelled at the reporter who jumped out of the way just in time. >> amazing. how about a father and daughter walk ago way after their plane falls out of the sky in a crash. the plane's parachute helped guide it to a soft enough landing. both passengefs inside were able to walk away. >> i like how you say soft enough landing. >> if you're coming in
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>>reporter: good wednesday morning. i'm will manso with your local 10 morning sports wrap. there's
no team in the nba hotter right now than the miami heat. heat takee that five game winning streak into milwaukee tonight for the start of a three game road trip. hassananhiteside missed practice yesterday in miami with an illness but he did travel with the team. pursuit of the past, they have found mario
official on tuesday night, signing a two-year deal averaging million a year with a chanan for incentives. he has 96 career sacks. more information coming in, this one from nfl.com. despite the signing of williams, the dolphins are likely to keep cameron wake along. wake entering the final years of his contract. if they release him they could save over $8 million in cap space. houston, texas making a strong push to sign him. dallas cowboys have expressed a a strong interest in signing him. he played his college bowl at the university of miami. tight-end agreed to restructure his contract on tuesday. that will save the money for the dolphins in capsize. cameron spent his first four seasons with the cleveland browns. last year his first
35 catches and three touchdowns. quarterback maxwell was at the dolphins facility o tuesday wrapping up that tried along with kikko alonso. bad news for the marlins, this is official. caps under went tommy john surgery yesterday. the procedure expected to keep him out between 10 and 12 months. you see him there with that funky delivery causing el bow issues in the past. right now it's going to cost him a shot at the marlins closure job. i'm will manso and that's your local 10 morning sports wrap. >> will, thahks. coming up this morning on local 10 news at 5:00, bernie sanders pulling off an upset on hillary clinton at 5:00. >> a the two prepare for a debate here in south florida tonight, we'll have all the details whether we come
news at 5:00, four more states casting their vote, 2016 presidential picks, a big surprise when the ballots were counted. >> those results came in and tonight two of the candidates are g/ing head to head. first here on local 10 she goes from joking around to begging to not be arreste dash camera video of the mother accused of driving drunk with her two in the back seat. unholy acts, thieves smash their way in and target high-priced items. good morning, south florida. i'm eric yutzy. >> i'm jacey birch. welcome to our wednesday. things are looking nice so far. it's so windy. >>t's been warm, things consistent on that front. julie dur, is it going to stay that way? >> indeed it will. the last three days we've seen a very similar forecast. if you want a change, hang in there t more days. we're expecting more heat and humidity.
at least it doesn't feel like 72 degrees even though our temperatures are above average, miami, ft. lauderdale, key west. wind gusts in the 20s. , ft. lauderdale all the way down by the keys. that is again causing dangerous risk of rip currents for you beach-goers. boaters we have advisories as well. breezy and warm as the kids head to the bus stop. mix of sun and clouds expected in the forecast. highs today will rapidly be warming up to the 70s and 80s. only a slight chance of ahower. otherwise mostly dry. hi, constance jones. hi, everyone. we have a crash here off to the distance. there were flashing lights, the sign is covering up but the west-bound drivers, the folks leaving the beach heading to miami, you'll see that accident scene. let's zoom on in and see how things are looki. if you are traveling west-bound it's not affecting our travel speeds. the speeds clocking in at 57 miles per hour.