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>> and i saw like a flashlight kind of going around, and then less than five minutes later i saw police and emergency people show up. >> terrell: the incident happened at gauntlet hall lane in dave after the intruder came face to face with the homeowner who was a police officer just ying to protect his family. >> that's the worst house you can go to. you know, he's trained to defend himself. >> it's a low-crime area. we never have problems like this. >> terrell: lond has learned that crime was the second break-in attempt of the morning. just minutes before, a home a few blocks away reported an intruder trying to force his way inside. >> we did receive a call about 6:03 this morning of an attempted burglary nearby so they're also looking in to see if there is part of this investigation or not trenches anan as with any shooting -- >> terrell: and as w wh any shooting it is being investigated and those findings will be turned over to the at a
review so it's too early to tell if which, will be filed. the identity of that burgjar who was shot and killed has not been released but a lot of people have been complplning home break-ins in the area. we'll have their story coming up at 5:00. i'm terrell forney, local10 news. >> calaln: caught on camera here, a store clerk robbed at gunpoint. her oneneear-old son also caught up in the drama after one of the bandits pointed gun at him. the baby's life was talented, and now those robbers a on the run. local10 news reporter liane morejon is live now in miami with the effort to track them down. >> liane: miampolice really want to get these two guys off the streets, not as only because they came into the store looking for something that didn't belong to them but also because they pointed a gun at a mother and her baby. take a l lk at the two wanted men in this video. police say they camento a small grocery store tuesday, not to shop but to hold up a clerk and her infant child at gunpoint.
you do not dohat to a child. >> liane: aubry watson is the owner o@ kristanna grocery start 4322 southwest -- he said the victims are his cousins. it was just before 1:00 yesterday when watson says he stepped outed for lunch, and that's when the bad guys moved in, as the victim rang up a bag of potato chips for the pair behind the window, one of them pulled out a small gun, pointed it at her and her baby, and said if she didn't hand over some money h h would shoot the baby. >> i a child can't even walk, can't even talk, speak, and if mother obvious instit is for her to protect her child so she did what they wanted. >> liane: the suspects made off with the register tray and several envelopes with money inside. >> they're lucky i wasn't here because they wouldn't have gotten anything except a hard time. >> and as police look for the man who threatened to kill an infant watt zopf has a message for them. >> whoever did thihi you should turn yourself in b bore someone
senseless act and i'm sure your parents are very, very disappoint in you if they are still alive. >> liane: take a look at these bad guys. this is one 5'6", 5'8" in height, medium build, was last seen wearing a dark hat, green vest and long-sleeved shirt underneath and dark shores. the second suspect is described as 6'0" to 6'3" with a medium build last seen wearing a dark shirt and dark pants. if you have any information about this crime you arerged to call miami-dade police or 305-471-tips. reporting in miami with liane morejon with local10 news. >> janine: two teenagers arrested in shooting death of six-year-old king carter@ have pleaded not guilty. 17-year-ol erwin pressley, he and 18-year-old leonard adams ar accused of shooting and killing carter outside of his northwest miami-dade home in february.
just want justice. >> i did want justice done for my grandson. really it throwed me overboard because whatever i want justice to be done to them because truly it's a shame that he's heavy on my heart all day can with this deal, and this took a lot out of my hrt. >> janine: four teens are being charged with first and second degree murdern >> calvin: a big moment for the president and possibly the u.s. supreme court. president obama named the chief justice as his pick to replace the late antonin scalia. our senior political reporter michael putney has the story now from our newsroom. >> michael: republicans in congress repeatedly have said the president shouldd let the next president fill that supreme court vacancy. but today the president named his pick and said it is his constitutional responsibility. >>today i am nominating chief judge merrick brian garland to join the supreme court. >> michael: merrick garland is
chief judge of the federal appeals court for the district of columbia.>> i've selected a nominee who is widely recognized not only as one of america arrest sharpest minds but someone who brings to his work a spirit of decency, modesty, integty, even handedness, and excellence. >> michael: garland is an honors graduate of harvard and left a lucrative law practice to work as a federal prosecutor. at the justice department he oversaw the investigation into the oklahoma city bombing that killed 168 people. >> judge garland is often referred ever referred too his work on the only city case as, and i quote, the most i iortant thing i have ever done in my life. >> michael: garland will face fierce opposition from republicans on capitol hill. not because he is unqualified but because they say the next president should fill the supreme court vacancy. >> i simply ask replicans in
hearing. and then an up or down vote. if you don't, then it will not only be an abdication of the senate's constitutional duty, it will indicate a process for nominating and confirming judges that is beyond repair. >> michael: in his remarks today, garland spoke of the qualities he says a judge must possess. >> people must be confident that a judge's decisions are determined by the law and only the law. for a judge to be worthy of such trust, he or she must be faithful to the constitution. and to the statutes passed by the congress, he or she must put aside his personal views or preferences and follow the law. not make it. >> michael: the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and the chairman of the senate judiciary committee chuck grassley both voted to confirm garland to the appeals court.
but they probably won't even give him a hearing this year. in the newsroom, michael putney, local10 news. >> janine: let's turn now to vote 2016 where the results of tuesday's primary in five dates helped to narrow down the republican candidate field. as for the democrats, hillary clinton inching closer to the nomination. wins for both donald trump and hillary clinton. both candidates victorious last night after voters made their choice during super tuesday number three. trump's focus now, to unite theparty. >> there's a tremendous fervor out there, and i think the republicans should grasp it. the third party guarantees 100% that your democrats will win. >> janine: his overwhelming win in the sunshine state devastating enough to sussed. the campaign of florida senator marco rubio. >> while we are on the right side this year, we will not be on the winning side. >> janine: local10 caught up with rubio outside of his west miami home after dropping his
baseball cap and looking more citizen than candidate, he said little. >> i'm not doing anything today. thanks for coming out. >> janine: john kasich pushing forward after taking all 66 delegates with a win in his home state of ohio. >> we are going to go all the way to cleveland and secure the republican nomination. >> janine: two democrats where hillary clinton swept four of five states up for grabs. >> when we care a candidada for president call fororound up 12 million immigrants, that doesn't make him strong, itit makes him wrong. >> janine: as for bernie sanders, an overall disappointing night as the math for his path to the nomination looking extremely grim. and most of the psidential candidates don't have any events scheduled today except for john kasich. he'll be pa. >> calvin: governor rick scott is endorsing donald trump. this move comes one day after the billionnaire won the florida presidential primary by a wide margin.
facebook saying, "it is now time for republicans to accept and respect the will l the voters and coalesce behind donald trump." here are they latest delegate count forum numbers. the donald trump 662, ted cruz 408, john kasich at 143. the magic number to clinch 1,237. on the democratic side here hilly clinton 1588 and bernie sanders has 817. their magic number is 2,382. the final republican debate before the gopy convention has been cancel dollars after trump he had he will not be attenenng, fox news was scheduled to host that debate on monday trump says he has a scheduling conflict. john kasich said without trump he will not be attending ab either. >> janine: an american student has been sentenced to 15 years in a north korean pros. he was caught trying to steal a prop granda port of from his hotel back in january. the 21-year-old was arrested at the airport before flying back home in ohio.
court, he was sentenced and will do hard labor for crimes against the state. >> calvin: coming up new at 4:30 now, a stable inferno kills a dozen horses in fort worth. we have the damage and details. >> janine: and a cop accused of smacking a homomess man takes the stand and testifies. we have what he said in court. >> calvin: all new at 5:00 crooks are out there looking to scam senior citizens but a new tool is also out there as well trying to prevent that from happening. what you need to know before hiring help in tonight's edition of call counties christina. >> announcer: tonight 11:00 the shocking life sentence that went viral viral. >> unbelievable. six 60 neaea. >> announcer: for a second chance and the stakes are high. in a local10 exclusive bob norman talks one on one with a
the fort lauderdale cop was seen on cell phone video slapping a homeless man across the face. local10 news reporter shyann malone live in fort lauderdale with the story. >> shyann: janine, this happened overer year ago but that video is certainly hard to forget. the officer accusededf being involved in this incident took the stand today, explaining to the courtro why he did it. >> he comes up, he does this thing, he pulls away and he brings histher arm up as well. he's kind of like leaning into me as well. it's like a fluid motion where he's pulling up, coming up and leaning into me. >> and as that happens, what do you did in response is? push hum away. >> so if i'm you, it was just this. >> it was more of a push, a shove. >> and what's the reach shoving him? >> there's two reasons. one, i'm protecting my gun side. if you don't -- if you don't remember anything in the
your gun. >> shyann: fort lauderdale police officer victor ramirez s cook county just offer a year ago -- was caught on camera just over a year ago king and slapping a homeless man. a couple nearby recorded the whole thing on cell phone video. ramirez said the man was drunk and as an officer he was only doing his job but he is now facing two battery charges and one charge of falsifying records. back out here live, the victim that took the stand about 40 minutes ago. we have a crew inside that courtroom. we'll bring you what he has to say coming up on local10 news at 5:30. reporting live om downtown fort lauderdale, shyann malone, local10 news. >> calvin: shy end ab thanks a lot. janine: today i woulday it is officially hot. >> calvin: absolutely. betty has been saying it feels more like may in march but it's more like august in march. >> betty: allow me to be your personal fan. >> janine: we love it. >> betty: 83 crease the current temperature in miami but it feels like 84.
terribly high but it is adding just a few more degrees our temperatures. we check out the numbers all around, hialeah at 85 i've already seen some of these numbers bouncing up as high as 88 in this afternoon so we're starting to drop off by just a few degrees, no question about it. it is still kind of hot out there. by 6:00tonight eye few clouds about deference in the lower 80s. maybe by 8:00 tonight some of you start to sneak just before 80 and we're going to be 79 around miami beach. so it will be warmer out there and likely mainly dry. we're checking out the doppler radar right now. i think we're going to have a tough time getting any real showers or storms to develop over broward, miami-dade or the keys because high pressure, an area of high pressure is sitting so close. so that helping to keep the air suppressed. thus, we can't get the showers and storms bubbling up, at least not this afternoon. are tracking a weak cold front starting to enter the panhandle. that front will essentially stall so it won't bring any relief come tomorrow. we are expecting more hot
and then on friday it's still going to be very warm. 's we heat things up friday afternoon, we could have a few showers popping up out there but the rains probably won't be widespread for broward, miami-dade or the keys. now, we have a lot to think about this month, and heading into next month the start of the spring season officially haps march 20th. that's sunday. then, of course, easter sunday right around the corner. have you done those taxes yet? tax day coming at us on april 18th so just a few holidays. for you, but those things on your -- a few reminders for you. in the morning lower 70s and we're probably setting the stage for fog to form tomorrow morning. keep that in mind if you have to be out on the roads early. high temperatures climbing toward the upper 80s. it will be another hot one, winds light and variable. really warm on friday, too, forecasting highs in the mid-80. do have a could have a few showers around, but saturday and sunday just as jazz in the rdens is really revving up, it looks like that is when we could
scattered showers and storms in the area. so plan on that for the weekend, at least that's what the forecast models are suggesting right now. by monday, tuesday we could be in for some drier, cooler weather if a cold front makes it all the way threw through and all indication are that there will be a cool front. that would put morning lows in the mid-60s and afternoon highs in the upper 70s. calvin and janine. >> calvin: coming up on 19 minutes after the hour right now, let's get a check on rush hour traffic. >> janine: jenise fernandez is re. >> jenise: we have a few things out there. let's start with i-95 northbound. there is an accccent in the express lanes, this is at northwest 62nd street. from this camera view it does look like track of is moving nice flit expxess lanes but we are still seeing those delays as a result. again i-95 now, at northwest 62nd street. speeds are at 15 miles per hour. just before that as you approach the julia tuttle causeway there's a center lane blocked
with speeds at 23 miles per hour. as we check out broward county, we vice president seen any major accidents just yet butut we are monitoring this broken-down car that is blocking the left lane and the off-ramp right around oak park boulevardrd so we are seeing delays here as well with speeds a23 miles per hour. janine, calvin. >> calvin: still ahead a 40 now police trying to catch a crook who has been hitting 7-eleven stores. we have the clues being used in in case. >> janine: and this today's health cast daylight saving time. many of us feel absolutete usher but the time change could actually put some at risk for a stroke. >> clay: good afternoon. the running back search continues for the miami dolphins. why a former all pro and nfl
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rents his career just might. thatat tops our now, sports shot. the fins bringing in chris johnhnn one day after denver matched a four year deal for c.j. anderson. johnson is coming off a product of y yr for arizona. the 30-year-old, though, most famous are for rushing for more than 2,000 yards for the titans back in 2009 and earning the nickname c.j. 2k. on the hardwood the heat back on the practice floor great-for tomorrow night's showdown with the hortons. the heat are currently tied with the three seed in the east but charlotte is right on each of those teams tails. hassan whiteside was limited today because of into the soreyness but he is expected to play inomorrow nites game. meanwhile the panthers back in the win column on the ice. they won in montreal last night to move first in the divisio ethics um they take to toronto tomorrow night. and congratulations to chris bosh and his wife a rodent both
bosh posting this with the name of his twin boys phoenix and lennox. that makes full starting five of children for the bosh family. a full team. heat having fun with them today. >> janine: he is going to be busy. >> calvin: in very short order, by the way, so big kudos to the wife. clay, we know a aut this. >> janine: i was going to say they of you and your family beat now. >> clay: we have a little catching up. >> calvin: we're done. we're done. thank you for watching local10 news at 4:00. >> janine: victor's in the 5:30. ready. a stable inferno kills a dozen horses in palm beach county. we have a look at the damage and survived. several 7-eleven storts hit by a bandit. what's being done to catch this crook. and can't emotional plea fra a family desperate to find the hit-and-run driver who killed their loved one.
>> dr. ari soffer: we begin with breaking news right now at 4:30 we're learning about a firefighter arrested on some disturng charges. >> janine: camp has more on this one candlelight vigil the breaking news, a 44-year-old apparently has served d th the miami-dade fire department for 21 years, according to the arrest affidavit he was in bond court facing serious charges. one charge apparently is for strangulation, domestic bat require by strangulation and the other charge was false imprisonment. according to the arrest affidavit apparently ali pond ser and his girlfriend had gotten into a fight and apparently the verbal altercation led to fact that apparently ponder put his hands around her neck and kept her in the bedroom apparently. he tried to lock her in the bedroom for some two hours. apparently after they got into this verbal altercation. and this fight went on until she
so once again, ali ponder wi 21-year veteran of miami-dade fire department, apparently he is now facing very very serious charges, one for domestic battery and the other one for false imprisonment. a story we're going to continue to follow as we continue to watch this stowre from the rerecca news desk. >> janine: calvin, thank you. caught on camera police are looking for a serial armed robber who is targeting 7-eleven stores in pompano beach. local10 news reporter terrell forney has the story from pompano beach. >> terrell: good afternoon. this store here at 2391 dixie highway was one of several to be hit by the same brazen robber over the past few weeks. the workersere are still a bit uneasy, and this is why bsopis now keeping an eye on things, at least for the time being. but let's show that you surveillance video. the store here was hit on february 26th. the robber uses a ma chet tow pull off the heist. detectives say he turns off the power to the store during that
accomplice, a female accomplice to help pull off the heist. no one was hurt here. but let's get for the ness s ece of video because we know three days before this cri, defect believe he used a hand gun to rob two other seven lens of one on north federal high and the other on northeast 17th street both in pompano beach. he appeafs to work alone in these crimes. the thief, though, hays thing to zech 11s. he's been tied to five different robberies mostly in pompano beach and one in wilton manors. as we come back out live to the store wok tell you that this bad guy is still on the run but that surveillance video is the best clue. so if you have any information that could lead to an a aest, certainly give broward crimestoppers a call, and member any crucial information could earn you a $3,000 rewarar one more thing to point out, that all of these robberies happened between the time frame
the morning, primarily attaching -- and 3:45, catching the clerks off guard. >> victor: also at 4:30, a stable infern ow oh now being investigated in lake worth. that blaze killed a dozen horses. >> janine: now work is underway to find out what caused that catastrophe. local10 news reporter todd tongen is live in lake worth with the story. >> todd: such a sad and tragic fire. this place was panned 'em monium last night around midnight when that firee was discovered by trainer and some grooms returning from a race down in pompano beach, and when they got here, the fire was fully involved. they did manage to, however,save 11 horses. >> i could see from up the road this place lit like the fourth of july, sirens, police, smoke, started breaking down. todd: a midnight fire at this barn in lake worth killed 12 racehorses a a has devastated the owner of the farm. >> i wanto absorb as much of
horses. i want to be as strong -- my heart is broken. >> todd: is barn is run by the south florida training center, and all 23 horses were young standard bred trotters being groomed for harness racing. here are some photos of a few of the horses killed and saved from that fire. amazingly, 11 of the trotting racers made it out alive b b are two of those are in constructively condition in theat an equine clinic in loxahatchee. they were sav by trainers and grooms returning from a race in pompano beach and folks here are calling them heros. they literally ran into a burning barn to save the animals. >> the horses came out and the horses ran back in, and these gugu ran back in after the >> todd: now the gruesome task of removing the charred carcasses has done and an investigation over how this fire sparked to begin with continues. and they still don't know what caused the fire. a groom from a nearby b bn came over here. he said that that transformer
investigators don't know whether it was sparkininand it started the fire or it was sparking after the fire had begun, and it started sparking because of the heat coming off of the fire. in lake worth, todd tongen, local10 news. >> victor: a man is in t hospital after he found himself stuck in a ditch. sky 10 was above the scene as rescue crews work to free that man. fire officials say that he was working in the ditch but then he needed hope to get out. he was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. >> janine: a car crashing into a building in oakland park, sky 10 over this scene along northwest 10th terrace and west oakland park boulevard earlier today. you can see the window of that office plaza shattered. first issues for say the driver is okay and refused treatment. it's unclear what caused that driver to crash into the building. >> victor: a convertible caught on fire the in northbound lanes of i-95 a miami gardens drive this morning. look att the flames. firefighters were able to put that fighter. janine: an emotional plea
one in ahern crash. they are desperately seeking information to help police find the driver. local10 news reporter eric >> eca: we have a family grieving for more than a year and they broughtyhemselves to where he was hit and killed, standing to this corn, he was hit by a truck just across the street because they are desperate for information and some closure. >> you just don't kill someone and then just keep going. like they were an animal or something. >> erica: it was just two days after christmas december 27, 2014, 55-year-old hurley mccrimmon had left the house where he lived with his mom to walk to the store. he was hit and killed on northwest 14th avenue at 19th street on his way there. the driver who hit him took off. >> g and prayers have brought me this far, but i want justice.
have since found this blue ford f-150 pick up truck in lauderhill badly damaged. it's does tipping. do you recognize it? know who could have been driving it? >> if anyone has remembered anything or k kw who was driving the vehicle, to please just come forth because we're hurting. my mom continues to hurt. >> erica: hurl's sister and his mom said he overcame several medical issues before this accident including flesh-eating bacteria. they can't believe a hit-and-run accident would be the way he would die. >> i couldn't fathom how he overcame the necrotizing fascitis, how he beat stage 4 cancer, and for someone to take his life like this, it was -- it was kind of look a daze. >> erica: failure police say they have already questioned the owner of this blue pickup truck,
they only have a person of interest, nobody has been arrested. this is a p ptty busy street where this happened, northwest 19th street in fort lauderdale. if you know absolutely anyththg, can jog your memory, overheard an odd conrsation, police need to hear from you. call crimestoppers in broward county their number is 954-493-tips p. in fort lauderdale wash erica rake, on, locala0 news. >> victor: three california police officers in our face can charges nor allegedly stealing pot-laced food during a raid, and this was all caut on camera. the surveillance video shows the officers raiding a marijuana dispensary. moments later the officers are seeing eating apparent marijuana edibles, but the director's office said there's no evidence of that. >> we found there was no evidence to show that in police department personnel ingested any edibles with marijuana. >> victor: the de a'sffice said the officers did eat protein bars and cookie found in an employee break room.
with petit theft. >> janine: a wrecked wrecked road a big concern out west. >> victor: a new study is raise go the limits on how high your blood pressure can go before y/u should seek treatment. >> janine: and all new at at fight of, crooks out there looking to scam senior citizens but there's a new tool also out there trying to prevent that from happening. what you need to know bore hiring help is tonight's edition of "call christina." >> announcer: tonight at 11:00, the shocking life sentence that went viral. >> unbelievable. 60 years for driving. news comes first now a second chance and the stakes are high. in a local10 exclusive, bob norman talks one on one with a
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>> janine: some of you asked christina if organizers bet the people you see at the show. "call christina" is answering your questions tonight. >> he could have fixed it. matched it. no he did it this way. >> christina: when hope reached an impasse, she shared her experience with "call christina." many of yousked if home show vet vendors.we talked to the producer of this weekend's homey dine and remodeling show adam case. >> investigate is very difficult because we can't we get into restriction of trade or be a judge who should be able to advertise, who shouldn't be automobile to advertise but we do our bt making sure the appropriate companies are there and they are all in business requirements of it is up to consmmers to do your homework. >> he just said he's a ctified contractor. >> people are claiming that their lanced, claiming that theiqualified when in fact their not. >> christina: and "call christina" has been there for you, walking you through what you should know before before
>> just because there's a license number doesn't mean they're licensed to do the work they are performing. >> right. the number came backk to an occupational license. yes from checking a vendors' license to spotting the red flags of contractor fraudud investigators also tell us mauk sureyou have a paper trail. after doing your research, if you do run into a problem with a vendor you met at the home show, case says give them a call p p they will work to help find a resolution. >> absolutely. if something were to happen at the show, you met to be somebody at the show and you gave them a deposit and something does wrong we encourage people to contact us directly. our show is as good as the people that are in it and we what the to make sure they're doing the business and they're completing jobs to be able to keep them in all of our shut future shows and continue to have the consumer coming to the event p. >> christina: and this saturday i will be at the home design and remodeling show from noon to 6:00 p.m. hosting three "call christina" protection workshops. i hope to see there youou as for hope, a program backed by
fice helped her recover a bulk of the money spent. we thankope for sharing her story with us and we'll explain that resesrce coming up on local10 news at 5:30. in the newsroom, christina vauez, local10 news. >> victor: thank you. a california hhway is now shut down after portions of the road collapsed and broke off.& this is a few hours north of sacramento, and you can see there is now a huge gap in that highway. officials say that the road started falling apart on m mday and has since gotten much wgrse. they say they're working on a fix but have shut it down in the meantime. >> janine: and in southern california a perern was hospitalized of an mechanical plane landing on a a runway sneer los angeles. 95 people were onboard that plane when it was stores fore today come down. fire officials were on scene. officials say the plane's landing gear failed forcing it to perform a bellkid landing. >> victor: and people in illinois are picking up the pieces after serious storm damage. this metal roof a farmers market was blo right into a parking lot.
and homes were damaged as well. no injuries were reported, none of that down here. another perfect day. chief certified meteorologist betty davis, it@was hot, it was steamy. good beach weather if you were out on the bea today, i guess. sunbathing, anything outside except work. the weather was definitely god good for it. we're taking you out to the lower keys and looking beyond key west. mallory square i'm sure the people will be gathering shortly to watch the sunset later tonight. it is so pretttt out there, not only for key west and all of the keys, but ase check things out around hollywood, beach day, you gogo it, and people are out there on the sand, strolling the broadwalk as well. temperatures close to the coast near the waters in the lower 80s, miami reporting 83, key west a southeast wind around 7 miles an hour and the temperature is 80 degrees to. for tonight winds exploit variable, just a few clouds. it looks as though rainfall won't be a problem, so if you have a baseball game going on this. evening you're going to be good to go.
though, after 8:00, that is when the temperatures will likely start to fall naught upper 70s. let's check things out to the drawer. not a drop of rainfall showing up over broward, miami-dade or the keys. it is all about the dry weather. it looks like the sea breeze boundary trying to establishitself but with high pressure in control, we're simply not expecting a lot of act of weather out there for tonight. so as a head said we're going fog for any outside activity. high pressure in in ctrol. not ahole lot of rainfall action. there's rain and snow, though, way up to the north associated with this low pressure system. we'll continue to track the tail end of that front. it's simply going to hang up or stall into northern areas of our state is not really touch us ov the next 24 to 48 hours. so with that, we're going to have another hot afternoon on the the way, and oh, by the way with that high pressure sitting over us, winds light and the skies clear, we could have some fog out there by tomorrow
friday a very warm day, and then a few showers. wouldn't rutte rule out on friday but it looks like the weweend will bring as a good chance of rainfall, certainly a better chance than what we have tomorrow or the day after. if you're going to make at a beach day i don't blame. you it will be warm, water temperature 7 such degrees ps rip currenrisk is low. no advisories on waters, by the way, if you're taking the boats out. winds south-southeast 5 to 10 knots. seas two feet and a light chop on the bays. spring break for you? it's a great week for it. still lower 70s in t morning, highs in the upper 80s, mid-80s on the way or friday afternoon, and this rain rolling in just in time for jazz in the gardens. but buns we push our front through, that should cool us downtown for early next week. >> victor: betty, , ank you. and right now rush hour is about to get underway. >> janine: jenise fernandez is checking maps and checking the roads. what do o u see out there? >> jenise: a beautiful day like today, the lasthing you want
starting the i-95 you northbound nes hardly moving at all. this is the view from northwest 79th street where there is an consent. as we zoom on in to our maps this is heading north to i-95, it's actually's bkedown car locking a very lane with speeds a just 18 miles per hour.@ we've also got this trash crash on dolphin expressway lef line. northwest 27th avenue. with speeds at 22 miles per hour. and as we check out broward county, no major accidents to report but we're still matching that broken do you car on i-95 northbound. this is right around oakland park boulevard and that broken-down car is blocking the left lane with speeds clocking in at 22 miles per hour. >> janine: topping today's health news thehe latest research out of universities of miami miller school of medicine is challenging current blood pressure guidelines. local10 medical specialist kristi krueger has details on their findings. >> kristi: someeig changes and controversy when it comes to
some experts now say thah blood pressure numbers can be a little bit high inner older otherwise hethy adults before medication needs to be prescribed. the new national guide lines claim that treatment isn't really necessary until systolic blood pressure in people 60 and older is over 150 but dr. ralph sacco, the head of neurology at u health led a study that found that following these revised guididines could actually put this population at a greater risk of having a stroke. >> we looked at this patient population over age 60, no diabetes, no kidney disease, they have bloododrecious of 140 to want 50, and we found that having that elevated blood pressure was just as bad as having it above 150. therefore, we disagree and said it should be kept at 140 before you treat. >> k"isti: dr. sacco said the increased stroke risk was nose notae in african-american as well as hispanic patients. and new research is also
having a stroke may tase an increased risk now that we've switched over to daylight saving time. now, while the findings didn't show a direct cause and effect here, they did affirm the results of previous studies which have shown that an upset in our sleep patterns can impact our healtlt greatly. doctors say the study highlighthts why people should know their stroke risks factors. >> so some of the the most common risk factors include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, smoking, a sedentary lifestyle, and we're now learning that even having an irregular sleep pattern has an association with stroke. >> kristi: loss of balance, changes in vision, fial drooping, arm numbness and speech difficulty are all possible signs of a stroke, and every second counts when it comes to getting treatment. if you see any of those signs, it's time to call 911. with your health news, i'm kristi krueger. >> victor: if you've been trying to quit smoking today might be a
it is national kick butts day. it em bowers activism to stay tuned big tobacco but smokers can alsoose this day to snuff out they are habit organized by the campaign foror tobacco-free kids. corning to the group more than 1,000 events in schools a communities are planned pod. the first kick butts day was held in 1996. first lady michelle obama was the opening keynote speaker for this year's south by southwest music festival in austin, texas. if first lady was part of a session with missy elliott. diane warren and sofia bush, queen latifah surfed as the moderator. a powerhouse. mrs. obama talked about her let girls learn initiative which aims to break barriers for the 62 million girls around the world who do the not attend school. coming up all new at fight of, the president has made his pick for a new s sreme court justice we take a closer look at who he is and what lies ahead for him. >> janine: but first, a comeattacked came up while running.
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>> janine: you heard the term booby-trap. now one woman in virginia is giving at a whole new meaning. she created this bra that comes with a pocket big enough to store a blared pepper spray for protection. the idea came from a real tie life scare when she was rung to that the through the woods and a man jumped out and grabbed her. >> to it happen for me to move forward. i'm really excited i got away but i know a lot of women. are not that lick. i was not enough to lif in fearr but it was just to be repaired just in case.
each has a blue dye to help police. the booby-trap bras are available online for about $50. >> victor: just be careful if you're using that on a run. that could really go wrong. indiana jones is returning to the big screen. the fifth install. franchise now in development. >> janine: harrison ford will reprice his role and that has some fans wonder financing he's too old to preprice the action figure. >> indiana jones pi. >> janine: indiana jones is coming back to all of us. disney made media the announcement that harrison ford will return tas iconic archaeologist in a a fifth indiana jones movie. >> we have top men working on it right now. >> janine: ford will taken again team up with steven spielberg who directed the first four films. >> you have chosen wisely. >> janine: ford made clear just a few months ago he wanted to reprice his role ras indy. >> i would love to do another indiana jones and work with steven today.
do it before you turned 80. >> i'd like to see me do it before i turn 80, yeah. >> janine: overwhelmingly reaction on social media focused on the fact that ford will be 77 years old when the new movie is released. indiana jones and the "raiders of the lost ark" and indiana jones and the temple of prunes. speculation was that another younger actor would possibly take up the role of indiana jones shot down those rumors saying there will only be one 89 jones. >> spielberg has said that there is only one person who can play indiana jones, and that's harrison ford. >> janine: so after a box office smashing arenas hans solo, this almost octogenaria could become a top-grossing action star once again. and why not? harrison ford. the next indiana jones is slated for release in 2019. >> calvin: right now on local10 news at 5:00 president obama makes a supreme court nomination. we have a closer look at the nominees background.
robberies caught on camera holding a gun an an infant and threatening her mom unless she gives up cash. >> calvin: and we'll show you how metro rail is moving in the future with sleek new cars that will be built right here in south florida. >> here in ybor city you cannot talk about history without talking about cuban me hatzel vela and i'll break down the connections between tampa and the islands >> janine: i'm jan gen in for laurie tonight. local10 news at 5:00 starts right now. realtime closed captioning performed by u.s. captioning company >> calvin: off the top at 5:00 president obama pushing ahead picking his nominee for the u.s. supreme court naming merrick garland as his choice. he is currently chief judge of the u.s. district judge. >> janine: but will he get a shot at the high corte? congressional republicans are vowing to --
judge merrick garbage is not qualified to sit on the high court. he probably is. the problem is the president's timing on putting him there. >> today i am nominating chihi judge merrick brian garland to join the supreme court. >> michael: the president today made good on his patrols to nominate someone to the high court, picking the chief judge of the dc appeals court. >> it's also the greatest gift i've ever received except, and there's another caveat, the birth of our daughters jessie and becky. >> michael: the president pointed out garland has received bipartisan support in the past, and he called on senate republicans to at least hold hearings hearings and not tow politicize the nomination. >> to go down that path would be wrong. it would be a betrayal of our best traditions. >> michael: but republicans are standing firm in opposition, insisting a lame duck president should not name the next m mber of the high bort court.
constitutional right to nominate a supreme court justice and it is the senate's right to act as a check on the president and withhold its connt. >> michael: senate democrats pushing back, hoping that by nominating a moderate republicans will releasing other lent. >> i hope president obama's conceptionly of the qualified nominee with persuade the republicans to change course. >> michael: well, it is unlikely the senate republicans are going to change course. garland's nomination will probably languish for months and then become a major campaign issue. we are in the newsroom, janine, back to you. >> janine: not to a shocking robbery caught on camera in miami. o armed men holding a gohn a baby holding up a convenience store. more of this available video from the christiana grocery store along northwest 2nd avenue shows the gunmen at the register. detectives say they wanted to purchase a bag of chips but as the clerk was about to ring up the item, one of tse men
her baby. spray the clerk feared for her life and handed the money. >> i think they're savages. you the do not do that top a child. a child that can in the walk, speak. the mother's uninstinct, her obvious instinct is to protect her child. >> janine: mom and baby not hurt. those thievessers still on the loose. and search on also on for two thieves caught on camera stealing worth of $10,000 worth of sunglasses. surveillance video from last thursday shows one of the men sitting near the entrance of the lens craft are shore in broward mall. the other iseeing ping up frames from the display. >> calvin: now to a story you saw first on 10. a home break-in ending with the suspect shot dead after he came face to face with a homeowner whw is also a police officer. this happened around 6:00 this morning along gauntlet hall lane in davey. the officer was inside with kids when he reportedly saw the alleged intruder forcing him to open fire. >> i'd say at least five or six shots.