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future ahead of him. if he doesn't make it tomorrow, he's definitely goveveor of florida or another senator and he can do another run in a couple of years. >> carlos: so senator rubio is expected here any mind. in a sign, a super pac that has been support be rubio has announced that it will not spend any more money on television ads for rubio after tuesday night. rubio is expected to talk to this crowd for about an hour or so and then he makes his waugh down to miami where he has a rally a 9:00 tonight. we are told that senator is going to be in south florida tomorrow night taking in election results at the arena at florida international university. live tonight in west palmlm beach, i'm carlos suarez. >> calvin: donald trump who rubio is looking to beat here in florida was camigning in tampa this afternoon. trump lived have received ap endotsement from florida attorney general pam bondi. sarah palin andhris christie were also there. trump was set to make an
campaign in ohio. meanwhile senator ted cruz campaigned in illinois today. he made a few appearances in north carolina along with former rival carly fiore. governor john kasich is focusing on his home state of today. kasich is trying to take home a big win in ohio tomorrow. the winner of ohio will receive >> laurie: on the democratic side about the clinton campaigned on b of a have behalf is had wife hill i. hilary. sanders meanwhile is hoping for a repeat of m mhigan last when can where he overcame a 20 point polling deficit. sanders campaigned in akron, ohio earlier today and will also be campaigning in missouri. local10 has you covered. joins for a special one hour newscast tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. as the results roll in and be sure to watch more from the campaign trail coming your w w
>alvin: it was a chaotic spring break weekend on miami beach. a number of fights broke out and two people were shot and one of them kled. local10 news reporter terrell forney has more now on what police plan to do to ke restore the peace. >> terrell: and calvin, a lot of meeting here at city hall today about what happened over the weekend. one big change is when crowds swell on beach, ocean drive, popular with tourists, will be shut down had to all vehicles.s. that street is where the bulk of the violence happened, including that fatal shooting. things are back to normal tonight on south beach boy scout a wild and eventful weekend. , despite. from rowdy clouds crashing with police in these now viral videos to scores of trash reiterate littering the south beach sand. >> we w we ready for the deluge of folks to come in on saturday andd they started as kids will
>> terrellmiami city commissioner is among the city leaders shoring up safety and environmental conrns based on spring breakers but no one predicted the mad informs this past weekend which peaked with the shooting death of is an 2000 decade. >> when you kill somomody's child like that, how do you feel? and kind heart do you have to just take somebody's life like that? >> terrell: the 20-year-old took south beach to separate his older brother's birthday but he was involved in a fight and someone fatally shot an 2009 in the chest. >> i don't know why the person do something look like that. i could understand you have a problem with him but not to shoot him to death.. >> terrell: city leaders promising r ridents that the spring break nad madness is already under control. >> i've been here my whole life p in weekend was the biggest spring break problem i have ever seen and i think we're going to
couple of weekends. >> terrell: we want to take you now to these live pictures from sky 10 over miami beach. you can see for yet another day a beach full of these spring breakers enjoying our sun, enjoying our sand in very, very high numumrs. i can tell that you these numbers of spring breakers are expected to increase because bigger universities of expected to be on break as march continues d we also have big events like the ultra musyc festival which will be happening, so miami beach says that it is prepared, it is ready. as for that shooting, the gunman is still on the run. we are live in south beach tonight, i'm terrell forney, local10 news at. >> laurie: caught on camera, a heartless thief breaking into a little havana high school where
surveillance video shows this man breaking into the la progressi vehiclesa presbyterian school it alsoy shows him breaking in with a tool and shortly after leaving with an entire safe. police say the money was being kept for students who were taking field trips. >> he's taking the money away from these children. you have aye good image, good still frame, good video. someone knows who this guy is links detective say the i thief crawled to that the ceiling. and another burglary caught on camera this one in wilton manors shows the man grabbing money out of cash rem ster at the texas gas station. police say they found a hole that had been cut into the wall lead noon the office of that business. if you have any information on either these crimes, you're earned to please call police. >> calvin: and right now the cleanup is underway after a deadly crash in the the city of hollywood, a car smashing right into the back of a publix supermarket. the driver did not make it and tonight we are learning about the woman who survived the crash. local10 news reporr andrew perez live in hollywood to tell us how she's doing tonight. andrew. >> andrew: this young woman has got many, many broken bones. it's going to be a long road to recovery.
mistake, they will recover they're more concerned about her emotional finding out exactly what happened here. relatives say roxana vega is a fighter and her fight is now in a hospital. she is sedatedut recovering. >> she's her shoulder and i think the two arms. but she's doing good. >> andrew: relative say they now have the tough task of tellinger are her her@ boyfriend did not survive the horrific crash. crews race totay rescue the 20-year-old strapped into the passenger seat of this burgundy cadillac. the car went airborne crashing into a publix. residents in the area say they heard that loudium pact. >> jumped out of bed p it was 2:55 a.m. it. >> went in a straight line, lost control and crashed right into the pull of pub. >> andrew: investigators say the car hit this sharp curve the round about. police say it appears the driver dail dade moore lost control and the ca hit plowed through the
the 24-year-old driver was not bulked while his girlfriend gunned vega stayed strapped in. crews transported her and say she is expected to survive. and police do believe that speed was a factor in thisrash. residents. that area are also telling us they have seen time and time again cars crashing in that area and think something needs to be done on the road. we're live in hollywood tonight, i'm andrew perez. >> calvin: fish and wildlife officials say the body of a hialeahman who disappeared while test driving a personal watercraft has found today. he went missing saturday night. his jet ski was found at blue lagoon lake mere the airport at dolphin expressway. but he was nowhere to be found. montez's family says he recently had a heart transplantt and they fear he may have had some sort of a medical episode while out on the water. >> laurie: now tie developing story we now know a man dead after a shooting we've been tilling about inlorida city. police say the man was shot whil riding as a ics partly
and 14th street. the victim wares listed to kendall region medicate but that is where he later died. it's not clear if anyone is in custody yet but a search and investigate is underway in florida city. it is nine minutes after 6:00. let's get a for you oh the evening rush. sanela sabovic right here with a look. >> sanela: good afternoon. we're in the thick of rush hour, oakland park you can see a stalled car again not causing too much delays but it is blocking one lan that, oakland park boulevard heading northbound. n@w, it is looks like it's moving along here, speeds clocking in at 54 miles per hour but the southbound lanes it looks like poem are stopping and staring, typical rush hour madness 28 miles per hour there. further down south on i-95, there was a crash in the express lanes right before golden glades. again i-95 northbound, speeds there looking for 40 mops have-mile-per-hour.
this crash us-27 northbound again fracking way and first avenee. >> calvin: let's listen in how to marco rubio who is at palm beach atlantic university. >> help save the world from dictatorship a and tirny and then did it again in the cold war. the 20th century was a time of great challenges, of a great depression, of watergate and vietnam and the civil rights movement. but through it all america persevered.the 20th century is a reminder that america has never had it easy because it is a special country, and nothing that is specia is easy. but inn each generation we've had to choose to be special, and now the time has come for this generating to choose wther we are willing to do what it takes to remain special. in rder to choose to remain special, we must first remind ourselves of why we are special to begin with. it isn't because we're the
alththgh that's very important. it isn't because we have the most powerful military in thehe world, for that, too, is important. but what makes us special is that we are the one place on earth where for over two centuries people have not again judged by where they come from orho they come from but rather we have believed that everyone has a god-given right to go as far as your talent and your work with take you. [ applause ] >> laurie: senator marco rubio speaking a palm beach atlantic university of to a large crowd after hitting jacksonville and melbourne today. opportunity to a 9:00 p.m. expect another rally with the florida primary tomorrow. >> calvin: switching gears from politics to m mic, in six days, music super stars like usher and aretha frankly will headline the th annual jazz in gardens music festival and b draws for the big events coming up this weekend, local artists also get to perform on the big stage as
>> laurie: so you at a thrill for they will. and local10 news reporter neki mohan introduces us to this years' deserving talent. >> neki: among the headliners a jazz in they gardens, local stars get to shine. take me on a trip i'd like to go someday . >> neki: crystal renee is up could and coming r&b artist from miami. >> it is incredible. i feel like this is an affirmation of all of the work that i've been putting in as an >> neki:his is not if first time crystal hats been on local10. in 2004 he she was a finalist on "gimme the mic." >> i was on with will manso. shut up, will manso. >> neki: there was a crowd of thousands sharing the ticket with big-time stars means big expectations from the crowd. >> this is going to be a surreal
of stage to make my family proud. >> neki: arm ra quell kell grew up in west palm. >> i am urban, i'm soul, funk and pop and thats a lot to blend inside what is a style that is mine. i wear my clothes look this because ian snow. >> neki: soul artist, which ans the life in french, haps from miami. the haitian-born mother three sang backup at jazz in the gardens a few years ago and is now on the sunday line-up. she is well-known around town. now, people who come from all over the country will know her name. >> it says that my hard work is paying off. it does. and that's what it says to me. >> neki: all three ladies are ready for their moment on the stage. my american boy >> neki: neki mohan, local10 news. >> calvin: great voices. >> laurie: sound great. >> calvin: like honey those
>> laurie: we'll be looking for for them saturday and sunday. >> calvin: still to come chaos onboard an amtrak train head today chicago. >> laurie: more e an 30 people hurt when the train flew off t rails in kansas. >> betty: it is 86 degrees in mii. it feels look 88. hi, everyone. i'm chief meteorologist betty davis. there is more heat in this forecast. don't miss the seven-day planner. it's coming right upup >> calvin: birse, you maybe able
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the historic change with u.s. and cuba relations, cruising to cuba from the u.s. could be up and rung by this summer. >> laurie: hard to imagine. so it makes sense that's the topic of conversation at this week's cruising convention in fort lauderdale. here's local10 news reporter hatzel vela. >> hatzel: at the broward countiy conception center it's all about cruising right now. said to be the largest cruise shipping smote world, sea trara cruise global brings in 11,000 people from countries.
center for the cruise ship industry, anything from designing and building a ship to putting it out to sea. you will find countries selling their ports. all types of@ompanies selling their services. >> really they're showcasing the best of what they have to offer. >> hatzel: this year cuba is a hot topic, which is why we're talking to tara russell, the president of fathom, the newest cruise ship line for carnival which might. fis american ship to dock in havana has harbor. >> we're pioneering history, and we are so excited for people to join us in that experience. >> hatzel: and it will be quite a different experience, she says, not your typical groups it's what they call impact cruising. >> away really combine people's love of travel with they are desire to go deep. >> h hzel: it's for those travelers who really want to immerse themselves in cuban culture. pending final approval from the cuban government, 700 people will be traveling in the small
>> it's about unpacking once and yet seeing more and getting to experience all those places with no infrastructure challenges. >> hatyel: the ship, which would leave miami, offers travelers the ability to see several cuban cities in a week. in fort lauderdale, hatzel vela, local10 news. >> laurie: thank you. do kno this conference runs until thursday. it's the first time it's been held in fort lauderdale. last year when it what is held in miami, the economic impast was more than $9 million. >> calvin: president obama has promised a cuban dissident group he will raise issues regarding human rights when meets with ratts during raul castro. a letter signed by the president was delivered to the members of the ladies in white during they are visit to miami last week and in i the president said "we take seriously the concerns you have raised." members of the ladies in white continue to be arrested following their weekly marches in cuba. and as far as the embargo goes, president obama said in a
espanol, "my strong prediction is that some time in the next president's administration, whether they are a democrat or republican, that the embargo will in fact be removed because it makes sense for us to be able to sell in cube, to do business with cubans, to show business pracaices and how we treat workers and how we approach issues of h!man rights that will help bring about the kinds of changes that are needed." a reminder that local10 will be in cuba for that historoc trip. i will be leading a news team that will report live from havana starting later on this week. >> laurie: and we'll check in with betty davis on a warm
tt2wmrst@! po j# , d tt2wmrst@! p!!*n \ , tt2wmrst@! p4!j# *6x tt2wmrst@! px#*&`:-8, tt2wmrst@! pt#j'`:98h tt2wmrst@! pt#j)`:2x, tt2wmrst@! pp#j*`:%c0 tt2wmrst@! pp#j,`:d9p tt2wmrst@! pl#*.`:m0\ tt2wmrst@! pl#*0`:v&4 >> betty: hi. . i'm chief meteorologist betty davis. we have about another hour of daylight to enjoy thanks to our time change yesterday. this is the lens through the lens of our mallory square camera and it looks beautiful out there tonight, going to be a great night to watch t t sun go down. mallory square, key west making it p to 81 degeges this afternoon. this was actually the cool spot spar south florida is concerned because look at where everyone else is, a lot of mid-80s still on the temperature map. miami, pembroke pines 86 degrees. kendall, home said we feel that 84 degrees right outside your door. now, we did he a few showers earlier in parts of broward and miami-dade. those have diminished. i'm not expecting more rainfall tonight. so we simply focus on the temperatures. and on our skies which will be partly cloudy in some of your neighborhoods by 8:00 tonight, lower 80s around miami. by 10:00 light winds and 80 in
the lower 70s by tomorrow morning. the actual high temperatures for a lotf the south this afternoon astounding and runng above average. fort lauderdale, you made it up to 84, a the average high for this time of the year 80 for you, also 80 also for miami. that is where we would expect to be but we were a few degrees above that. and then look at places lise san antonio and dallas. some 15 to 20 degrees above averagtoday. those are areas that would not expect to be hitting 89 degrees on this march day. so the forecast is all about the spring sizzle for tomorrow as well, high pressure in control of our weather, south florida so that means we're going to expect mainly dry conditions. wind will be fairly light. not only summer sizzle tomorrow but very warm on wednesday as well. so here's how we're laying out the teaches. we expect to start tomorrow in the lower 70s, and then it's that climb into the 80, forecasting a lie of 87 degrees
86 was our official high today so yen certainly possible for tomorrow, miami. wednesday and thursday we're featuring mid-80. warm enough, right? lots of s sshine to go around. by friday we're dropping the mperatures to the lower 80s, a little better chance for showers stepping not the weekend. >> calvin: thanks a lot, betty. >> laurie: thank you for joining
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cc1 test message several breaking stories this monday night. on the eve of the make or break showdown, donald trump now defending himself tonight. after t fights and after the scare onstage. >> this is a love fest. >> and this question tonight. could the republican nomination be nearly wrapped up tomorrow? plus, sarah palin, and the emergency. and hillary clinton and former president bush. what led to this moment? the young officer ambushed, shot and killed. tonight, the suspect who allegedly started it all. police say his brothers recording the whole thing. and was it a fellow officer who fired the fatal shot by mistake? the severe storms. the tornado in ohio. historic flooding in the south. and the pileup in the east. more than 100 cars. the amtrak train derailing. passengerscreaming for help. what the engineer saw ahead of him. and, tonight, right here,
the young american captured, accused of fighting for isis. good evening. and it's great to have you with us as we start another week here and we begin t/night with the race for the white house. and what could happen tomorrow on both sides. could donald trump effectively wrap up the nomination? tonight, trump and his new defense, arguing his rallies are not violent. in his words, they're a love fest. it comes after tense moments on that ohio stage. trump looking unsettled himself. the secret service rushing to protect him. a protester trying to jump onto the stage.% and, of course, the violent clashes in chicago. donald trump with new rerction to that tonight. and sarah palin now defending him. andhe new polls this evening. in ohio, donald trump tied in one poll with governor john kasich. while in florida, trump leading marco rubio in his home state easily. so, toght, if trump wins ohio and florida tomorrow, is this