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lies, you the about that's okay. it shows you howrilliant the public is because they knew they were lies. >> liane: : io governor john kasich hosted a rally today in lyle with hoping to attract moderate voters and wept he'll do wel with voters in west. back out live you can see megyn kelly and senator marco rubio at mylander park. as we said rubio is trying his best to win flatt on primary which is march 15th. if he doesn't win, it doesn't look like he will be able to go within striking distance of donald trump, and if he wins florida, his own state, it's arguably thathis could be very bad for his political future. back out live here, we know all four republicans candidates will take the debate stage tomorrow at the university of miami for a debate. we are live in hialeah, liane morejon. >> calvin: let's continue our
night's big debate. >> laurie: bernie sanders and hillary clinton going head to head right here in south florida, and michael putney is already in place to bring it all to you. michael. >> michael: laurie, we are just few hours away from the eighth democraticebate, and for anyone who thought that bernie saers would be long gone by now, they were badly mistaken. bernie sanders is going strong and he is not going away. he held a big rally tonight in downtown miami, a raucous rally. his diatribes against wall street greed has ctainly hit a notify as has his proposal for a political revolution in washington. he says the system is rigged in favor of special interests. hillary clinton is part of that washington political establishment that sanders rails against. she says, hey, experience counts, and i've got it. she has won most of the
amass a big lead among convention delegates, and she enjoys widespread support among afafcan-americans. she is appealing to them in florida with a new ad that just started running today. here's part of it. >> she says their names. trayvon martin. >> train of shot to death. hamilton, armed. >> michael: that ads fancy sabrina fulton, the mother of train of, and if you recognize the voice of the nairators it is marco freeman a great actor, an it really doesn't get much better than that. as for toyotas debate, hi the real question -- tonight debate, the real quell i'm looking for is what will be the tone of this dedete be. it is co-hosted by univision and washington post, jorge ramos uni volkswagen w wl be one of the interviewers. is this going to be a feisty arguetive debate look the one they had in flint with michigan or possibly more laid back?
live in kendall, michael putney. >> laurie: love having your perspective. we'll check back with you tonight. >> calvin: from inside the debate we the upper to outside and glenna milberg. a very diffent view from your end right now,. >> right, calvin, it's three hours prior to and there have been preparations goi on here on the campus of mild college literally all day this early this morning, a a right now it doesn't look like there is a line, ah, but there is already because if you can't be first, you can only be next. >> did you realize you would be number one online? >> i didn't. >lenna: it's susan's first debate, and fiction days before the florida primary high stakes. >> i'm on the fence between berny and hilily right now. i want to see what happens with this. >> so this debate may be very telling debate for you. >> it sure is. >> we need to win this. >> glenna: number two in line cordero was a hillala clinton supportive, a known quantity in florida. st. bernard's bernie sanders' his rally here was debate eve
a chance to sway her. >> i want to see what are his, you know, changes and his -- what he's willing to offer, and i think either/or i it's going to be good. >> glenna: secret service has this corner of miami-dade college buttoned down. the few protesters are a half mile away at the campus entrance. party volunteers getting their marching orders. many are young voters like melissa gallego, a first-time voter. and part of sanders' most solid support group. >> institutional racism, just the massncarceration that's feign our economy right now. >> hillary clinton speaks a lot on those very same things. >> yeah, but you mean, i believe bernie, honestly. >> she said that, copying berny. what an interesting perspective from a first-time vgter. so there are people here we've met alrey that may not be
certainly swayable, so this last debate before the florida primary truly is high stakes. i'm glenna milberg live in ellen kendall tonight for local10 news. >> laurie: great to have you there. there are just five days left until the florida primary. local10 news has you covered every step of the way. local10.com is always on. head head there for the latest polls and ananasis. >> calvin: and developing tonight a high school student rested accused of extorting classmates for sex, and the way he did hedged willly did this may have you concerned about how your kids are using their phones. carlos suarez has more fours in homestead. >> carlos: the perils of snod@ with police say that the accused teen in all of this used the kick app messenger to lure both of his victims beginning back in november. tonight authorities believe there might be other victims out there. 18-year-old terry fenelon sits in jail tonight on two counts of
ex threats and extortion. the taken messaged a 15 and 16-year-old girl at homestead senior high, he threatened to harm the girls' fams and expose naked photos of the girls unless themselves naked. now, in one of the cases the girls said they didn't even know how he got ahold of one of their naked pictures to begin. with. one of the girls did perform oral sex on terry at the school, and inach school terry knew enough information about the would, in fact requesting go through wisneski had threat. the school district released a statement this afternoon that red in part "the details of this case are extremely disturbing, although social media has many positive usese this incident serves as a good reminder t tt parents need to monitor their children's social media act of and warn them of the negative consequences when it is improperly used." we're told it wasn't until the girl realized they were both falling victim to the same guy thathey then went forward to school administration. again with miami-dad county
belief there are more victims out there. we're live tonight outside homestead senior high,'m carlos suarez, local10 news. >> laurie: now to a crime caught on camera. a duo caught on surveillance stealing fran early woman as she was shopping for groceries. tonight we hear from that 92-year-old victim. she spoke with local10 news reporter andrew perez, and he's life in cooper city. >> andrew: and you can bet she is not happy about it. she says that is her hard-earned money. she southeastern went around the publix trying find the guys herself.>> they had been in front of me doing that, i'd have hit them with the cane. i really would.& >> carlos: betty swanson is not mincing words with 92 years young, and she'll tell you she's upset. >> why do they have to prey on other people? why don't they go out and get a job or do something worthwhile? >> carlos: she is talking about this act caught on surveillance cameras. she was shopping at her local
and asked her about some medicine, all while his buddy was unsipping heritors purse. >> i was mad and upset. yeah, really, really mad because if i had got ahold of him, he would have been sorry. >> she called me on the phone and was barely able to speak. >> carlos: swanson's daughter said she realized right away that the man took everything from her purse when she turned arena and saw that it is was open. the neuro-year-old searched through the store herself, however, our perps were at best buy in pembroke pines seen her walking out with an xbox and two computers all paid for my swanson. deputies are now turning to the public for help. swanson says she's taking precautions so this doesn't happen again. >> oh, you bet. i wear a fanny pack now. i do. >> you do? >> yeah, i don't take take a purse. >> carlos:ow, we've got a better look for you of these guys our websi, local10.com. shes was telling me she's more upset that they didn't even buy
there is an up to $3,000 quartered for information leading to an arrest. if you think you know anything about this crime call crimestoppers, that number 5man 5 dash l this woman accused ab dung her son is now behind bars in miami. police say 29-year-old leydibet hernandez surrendered today. on saturday morning she fled to texas with her 20-month-old son and that led to an amber alert because hernandez's parental custody had been revoked. young logan hernandez is now safe and sound. his mother is being held on $500,000 bond. >> calvin: now to the latest on the historic change in relations between the u.s. and cuba. the white house confirming tonight that president obama will not be meeting with former cubaneader fidel castro. >> laurie: meantime the cuban government issued a scathing editorial published in the state run newspaper gran map necessity demanded washington stop meld in
the elder said cuba will welcome president obama to havana but that cuba does not intend to change policies i exchange for normal relations with the u.s. >> calvin: i will be leading a news team to cuba to bring you complete coverage of the of president's historical trip later on this month. look for liveeoverage of the president's trip on march 24. still to come nine firefighters recovering torture a plas inside a seattle building. >> laurie: and new surveillance how this happened. look for world news titan 6:30. >> betty: another awesome weather day for south florida. i'm chief meteorologist betty davis. i'll let you knowy what to expect as we round out the week. the forecast is just ahead. >> todd: i'm todd tongen in miramar where five miniature horses broke out of their contractual this morning and snarled tract of turnpike extension. >> announcer: anantonight 11:00 a south florida woman says she's lott faith.
>> yes. yes, io. >> announcer: did they are church commit an unholy act? >> why not just give her her money back? >> announcer: local10's jeff weinsier tells you why she's demanding her dang (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
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>> it wasn'ty's easy to contractually them, though, was it? >> thank god we had the officirs to hold them down until we gotthere. >> todd: the horse's owner tried to trouped running rascals but you can see they were si a slippery bunk, hoofing it out another hole on the fence. auction see the owners appear to be fond of horsepower in small packages pat one point one of the little guys takes a moment to celebrate his freedom lie playayg in a pile of leaves. >> nobody hurt? >> no, nobody's hurt except for a little cut on the finger but that's all right. we're gd. >> todd: in the end the cinco "el chapo were all captured and order was restored. >> everybody's safe. no accident on the highway. everything a great. >> did they try to make a run for it? >> i believe so. they were looking for freedom. >> calvin: todd tongen report can there. >> laurie: they said, look at this day. we want to roam. betty with everybody wants to get outside today.
light long. temperatures in the lower 80s. and now w have this going on through the lens of our mallory square tower camera. oh, yeah, the sun is about to set excite going to be so spectacular out there and once again people are gardening to watch it go down tonight. 75 the current temperature i i miami-dade, also fort lauderdale. fort lauderdale you, too, toppe out at 81 this afternoon. key west with marathon showing the mid-70s. hialeah, pembroke pines, almost friday eve, your current temperature is 76 degrees. maybe you are starting your weekend a little early, you do not have to work tomorrow so you're going out tonight between now and 8:00, temperatures holding in the mid-70s. still mid-70s arorod 10:00 tonight. partly cloudy skies, that east-southeast breeds will tend to keep the air mixed up and help to keep the numbers up through the each. wind sustained from the east-southeast 15 to near 20ile-per-hour at this point. so that brisk breeze is with us, it's flowing in around an area of high pressure off the
same set up from yesterday. we do have warm, moist air feeding into this frontal s stem that is bringing rainfall into parts of texas, louisiana, into the mid-mississippi river valley, some flooding concerns here as the rain is training, repeating itself in a lo of areas, memphis included, so that's where the wet weath is going to be. the system will slowly mauk more progress toward the east tomorrow but slow is going to be the key word because there will be more of those same areas in line for more rain and storms. so we'll be tracking that. meananme the story for sus still the flow around the high pressure and a brisk breeze. wund will continue to come in from the east-southeast thursday, into friday as well, high pressure dominates which means we are expecting more mainly dry conditions. tomorrow morning ls in the lower 70s, highs reaching the lower 80s. friday same deal. saturday look at that, more lower 80s in the forecast. we may have a few showers to track come sunday.
>> calvin: speaking thatf a domino's tournament today in little hotch weise count down to the calle ocho festival it. fancy close to 200 people including city leaders look miami mayor tomas regalado. fun is just getting started. >> laurie: that's right. local10 is going to be out there enjoying the big day along with all of you on n lle ocho eighth street between 15th and 16t6t avenues. that's where our booth will be. from 11:00 to 1:30 you can meet janine stanwood, christina vazquez, carlos suarez, and ben kennedy. plus shyann malone, neki mohan, todd tongen, and eric yutzy will be there. >> calvinj then glenna milberg, andrew perez, liane morejon, gensch jennifer correa and derek shore will be joined by jasey birch, amy viteri, constance jones, hatzel vela, and then kristi krueger from with the to 4:00 p.m. >> laurie: if you can't make on it be sure to tune in for our calle ocho special sunday nit at 7:00. clay. >> clay: the dolphins losing
>> clay: can if you are a dolphins fan, it hurts to 3-point players leave with especially guys who are also iv hurricanes. but with the money getting thrown around today, the first day of nfl free agency, the dolphins never had a shot to keep either olivier veteran ohrn or lamar miller. the big defensive lineman has a
vernon heading the to the new york giants for a reported five-year $85 million deal. the dolphins wanted to keep vernon around if at all possible but at that priceag it wasn't possible. at all. anototr former hurricane who is running out of south florida is running back lamar miller. he's heading to houston 4 eye reported four-year trix $26 million deal. again the fins wanted to k%ep him, too, but not at that price. two guys they are prig to town bryan maxwell and cook c clonso. a trade the with eagles bringing those to town was almlmt called you of because of health concerns over mwell's shoulder but that has been worked out. the fins and eagles will trade picks in the first round of the draft. and say goodbye to defensive back brent grimes. his play faithful considerably has season, and his wife also stirred up quite bait of controversy on social media. the fins are drug brug in defensive end marioio williams ab
he spoke with us for the first day as a member of the fins on a conference call. he said he is very excited to be coming to south florida. with today's news it seems as if the fins will be keeping cam wake. they had asked the defend is i have send on take a pay cut and although he declined the team wants him along despite the fact he's coming off a torn achilles. to basketball the heat will take their five-game winning streak to milwaukee where they will take on a a bucs team that is rejuvenated. they are on a roll. great group league action marlins and cardinals scoreless, top of the third the batting champ dee gordon with his if it hit of spring snapping an 0-for-10 slump pen this how about june of taking that back up the muddle. bringing home gorman with a single his own. 1-0 fish. miami won by a final score o 5-3. time if you're a star wars fan the bb&t center is the place to be on march 29th.
the cats take on the maple leaves. i like the light saber there in can jaromir jagr's hand. >> calvin: it's going to be a popular night. >> laurie: my boys are having a major layers fight last night. oh, yes. >> calvin: bty, how does it look for the night? >> betty: lounge good. breezy conditions. temperatures will hold in the 70 for the evening. it's another fine night. mainly dry. ray few clouds out there. let's to go baseball practice. >> laurie: let's takakthe light sabers outside.
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numbersust in from ohio and florida. what donald trump just said. if he wins ohio and florida next, his prediction -- going for a knockout. and the sanders surprise. what happened to hillary clinton in michigan? and get ready. how does clinton take on sanders tonight? zwri also breaking, the severe storms hitting right now. churn rescued. homes under water. from the gulf, all the way up to the northeast, where it's coming next. and the scene tonight, a major gas explosion rocking an american city.
streeted covers in debris and glass. firefifiters injured. the stunning moment, the cab driver held at gunpoint. the officer who happened to lk up to the car. and, the fifth beatle. celebrating sir george martin tonight, the songs that wouldn't have been the same without him. love me do good evening. and it's great to have you with us here on a wednesday night. the dust still settling after another critical night of voting, and already tonight, t t focus now on next tuesday. overnight, donald tmp winning three out of four states, and late today, vowing, if he wins ohio and florida next, he'll go for, in his words, a knockout. trump now has victories in 15 states, all of those in red. he leads in delegates. and next tuesday nigig could very well be a turning point. five major primaries, ohio and florida included. tonight, ohio governor john