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largest roman catholic church in . 10 news at 6 starts right now. >> thousands still the largest roam catholic church in america to say good-bye to antonin scalia. >> and big events across the bay area this weekend lead to major traffic jams. good evening, i'm tammie fields. we are glad you're here. first tonight your choice 2016,
between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. the state caucus' today. within the past hour we've learned hillary clinton has come out on top with nearly 70% of precincts reporting it's 52% for clinton, 48% for sanders. today was the first test of the candidate's appeal to minority voters. the bottom more than 25% latino. immigration reform is a major concern here. >> i wanted people to come out of shadows under comprehensive immigration reform. i want them to register. i want them to be on a path to citizenship. >> if congress does not do its job we will use the executive presidency. >> the democrats have an eye on south carolina which holds its saturday. south carolina exactly where republicans are focusing on today. today's primary there will likely be a make or break race
for jeb bush some analysts are calling this his last stand. meanwhile in an interview with cbs news front runner donald trump says he's sticking to his strategy of being real with the american people. >> one of my problems is i'm straight. i tell it straight. i tell it like it is. >> trump once held a double- digit lead in south carolina, but a poll released friday shows him just 5 points ahead of ted cruz. here in the bay area more than 100 people came out to show their support for ted cruz today. supporters of the texas senator gathered for a rally here at quaker stake in clear water, the theme paint it red for ted. >> we want people in america like ted cruz, somebody who believes in our country, believes in the constitution. lives by the constitution. >> when asked about the controversy surrounding cruz being born in canada, people we spoke with today said they consider him a true american and they call the controversy a distraction.
results as soon as they come in. just head to wtsp.com or download our free app. supreme court justice antonin scalia was laid to rest today. he was remembered as a man with a deep love for his country and family. weijia jiang takes you to the emotional ceremony. >> church bells tolled for justice antonin scalia as pallbearers carried his flag- draped casket into the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception. father paul scalia, the justice's son presided over the mass and delivered the homily. >> god blessed dad with a love for his family. father scalia was on the verge of tears as he talked about his dad's love for his wife for 66 years and their nine children. >> to have each other's support, that's the greatest
right now we are particularly grateful for it. >> scalia's funeral service was the first for a supreme court justice out here at the nation's largest roman catholic church. religion was an important part of his life. >> it was a reminder that there were more important things in his life than the job he did every day. he was somebody who loved his church and husband country both. >> he loved his friends says dick coleman. >> it always gets me when i read something in the media about him being a curmudgeon. >> mourners from both sides of the aisle including vice presidents dick cheney and joe biden and senator ted cruz came together to say good-bye. weijia jiang cbs news washington. >> the scalia family has announced a memorial program to be held march 1st. road closures in major events are making for a busy
we're going to start with the gasparilla distance classic road races. more than 10 roads were closed off for parts of the day, the main ones, bay shore boulevard, florida avenue and gandy boulevard. the closures start again tomorrow at 3 a.m. over in clear water csx construction crews closed off court street to perform work on a railroad crossing. that's a main road to the beach and the seafood and blues festival. police are reporting there were no major backups or delays. they believe getting the word out for different routes ahead of time is having a major impact. court street is expected to be closed until monday. probably the most frustrating closure was the intersection of urlitz road and the veterans expressway. construction of the bridge expansion is causing that problem. traffic was extremely backed up. traffic on gun highway is also limited to one lane in each direction as crews replace a water line. you are advised to take alternate routes around both of those areas. remember to sign up for traffic
app. you can see live traffic cams of all the bay area bridges too before you head out for your weekend event. a fight at a hookah bar leads to a gunman firing shots into a crowd of people. four people were hit. one died of his injuries. it all happened in the usf area at smokin bull hooka bar. deputies got a call around 4:15 this morning. investigators say they're still looking for a motive in all of this, but a witness tells us it started with a fight. it escalated, then more than a dozen shots were fired outside. you could clearly see how many bull residents were fired by the marked off shell casings on the ground here. >> right now we're soliciting the business to see if there's going to be any footage from it. it's still early, a lot of people aren't in yet. that's one of the things as well as the interviews with the victims will be key.
two other men and a woman were sent to the hospital. their injuries not life- threatening. the gunman still on the loose there. is a $3000 reward if you have any information about what happened here. you know, this shooting marks the second time in two weeks a fight has broken out inside a tampa bar and someone's been shot and killed. you may remember on february 6th, 21-year-old marvin lancaster the third was killed when someone opened fire at the gentleman's car rain. another patron that was there that night died in the hospital a few days later. deputies have released the name of a man that died in an attempted robbery at a town 'n' country apartment complex. that man, 27-year-old terrance roach approached a woman who was out walking her dog. they say he pulled a handgun and forced her back into her apartment. the man confronted roach causing a fight. a man inside the apartment. that man shot roach killing had him. deputies say it appears to be
shouldn't fight back if you're caught in that type of situation. >> just always be aware of your surroundings, you know f they have a phone with them carry it in case we need to call 9-1-1. i would always cooperate. it's not worth for money or phone, it's not worth fighting over and losing your life. >> detectives say they're still looking into this trying to determine whether or not it was self-defense or whether charges will be filed. today dozens of people came out in pinellas county try and get a fresh start after a run in with the law. the state surrender program is a chance for people who have misdemeanor warrants out for their arrest to turn themselves in. these are for minor non-violent cases. this is not an amnesty program but the judges in these cases might show leniency if you're working hard to get things cleaned up. >> most of them are leaving really with a smile on their face. it's something that they can, you know, not have hanging over their heads anymore.
few hours ago at 4:00. the sheriff's office holds these types of events every single year. and it was another gorgeous saturday across the bay area. in fact, we're taking a look at sunset from clearwater beach. the sun officially sets in about 15 minutes from right now. so will we be as lucky with the weather on sunday. we'll talk all about it when i return with your seven-day
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path of hurricane joaquin. tracking storms, alerting you, protecting your family. it's time for 10 weather. >> beautiful gorgeous day today this saturday. there were so many people doing so many different things around the bay area. keeping our fingers crossed for a repeat tonight going into tomorrow. >> tammy, i can guarantee a repeat performance, so if you are stuck inside today either at work or cleaning the house. we still have tomorrow to get outside and enjoy this gorgeous weather, this late february weather. just about picture perfect for this time of year, and a gorgeous sunset setting up tonight from our camera at clearwater beach. part of our sky 10 network. a little bit of daylight left, and then it's still going to stay mild into the evening, so maybe you want to take a nice stroll after dinner. that would be fine too. look at these temperatures, comfortable, 66 in new port richey. that's one of our cooler spots. mild, 72 in st. pete.
starting to feel a little more like springtime, even though officially, of course, it is still winter. winds relatively light across the region. 5 miles per hour wind in clear water, and a little breezier for the folks in sarasota. in fact, they have winds out of the west northwest at 7 miles per hour there. nice and comfortable and look at this warmup across the southern tier of the continental united states. we are looking at 80s across texas, midland 84, oklahoma city 81 degrees and even st. louis running about 20 to 30 degrees above average for this time of year. it's 73 degrees. of course this cooler air will be surging southward, so folks in that region enjoy the mild setup right now because things will be changing. high pressure in control. it is ridging right overhead of the florida peninsula, and with that we are noticing the light winds and nice dry stable air mass, so our surface winds on sunday out of the east, southeast.
see a little bit of an onshore flow, and that will keep temperatures just slightly cooler for the immediate coastline. this evening those temps dropping down to only about 60 degrees at midnight. overnight low for the bay area 56 degrees, and winds light out of the east. we could see some patchy fog for areas east of i-75 with mostly clear skies, a little low level moisture working in from the atlantic, and also light winds. that typically is our setup for fog. i don't think we'll see anything by the beaches, but if you live in lakeland, portions of polk county and highland county you might see some fog. overnight tonight, fairly mild, 50 degrees for the crystal river. sunday gorgeous weather, high temperatures in the mid-70s. 76 degrees for tampa with winds out of the south. just a few mid and high level clouds from time to time streaming in from the ocean, quiet and calm for your sunday evening.
nature cove, it's going to be a great day to head to the beach or pool. 79 degrees in brooksville. cross the bay area, 76 clear water, 74 degrees in st. petersburg. mid-70s by the coastal areas, and manatee and sarasota county, 74 sarasota, lakewood ranch you're going to be warm, 78 degrees. lakeland around 79 and bartow checking in at 77 degrees. so during the morning, our winds will be light out of the east southeast. from time to time we might see a few mid and high level clouds moving across the sunshine state, but, again, nothing more than filtered sunshine. it's going to be a beautiful day. notice by the noon hour we have winds out of the east southeast across hillsborough county, but right there at the coast we have a little bit of an onshore flow as a weak sea breeze circulation sets up. that will, again, keep coastline temperatures a few degrees cooler than our inland areas but not by much.
afternoon, head to the beach, air temps about 74 degrees. winds out of the east, southeast 5 to 10. let's talk about sunday, looking good, 76 degrees with a low of 56 so nice here and also nice weather for the daytona 500. good news shouldn't be any delays for the big race. now, things start to change a little bit. monday, tuesday, wednesday, and here is why. overnight monday into tuesday, we're actually going to have a little warm front lift across the area, which could bring some scattered showers. not a big deal. most of the moisture will hold off for us until we head into wednesday. so an area of low pressure stays to our north keeping the upper level dynamic favorable for storm development, again, to our north. so we're not really tracking severe weather with this system, if anything changes we'll let you know. here comes the front. wednesday afternoon into wednesday evening, in fact, until early thursday we expect some showers. the front moves through, and
afternoon and cooler temperatures too. our high temps dropping down into the mid-60s thursday, friday, and saturday, but right now next weekend looking great with high pressure building back into control. keep in mind when you're on the go you can always stay on top of the weather. all you have to do, download the 10 news app. it's free, it's new, improved in the app store. you'll have access to live storm tracker 10 or skycam network cameras and you can also sign up for breaking news and traffic alerts. tammy. >> thanks so much. cliff is joining us now. lightning have been up and town lately. >> they really have. heading into crunch time with just over 20 games to go, and a big one today in pittsburgh. we're going to tell you why it was a milestone goal for steven
showdown clinging to the final two spots in the playoffs. a milestone matinee affair. lightning trying to steal a win in western p. a. for the first time since 2010. first period puck pushed back to the point, giving it a rip. it's going to find its way into the net. 1-0 bolts. then later in the period matt carl from the point, loose puck and steven stamkos drops it in for a career goal 300. becoming the fastest to the 300 goal milestone in franchise history. lightning taking a 2-goal lead into the 2nd. bolts creating a lot of havoc in front of the net, not allowing the penguins to see that matt carl shot, his first goal of the year as the lightning take it, 4-2. the victory moves them up to second. baseball, an odd schedule, the rays pitchers and catchers reporting to charlotte yesterday. today they got the day off before holding their first spring training workout tomorrow.
early work this week trying to accelerate their game and put the 2015 season long in the rearview mirror. steven souza junior is one of them. he admits his rookie campaign was marred with inconsistency and injury. he said focus will be the key. he wants to be able to quiet his mind when he steps into the batters box this season. >> i think last year's in the past, definitely great building year to learn from, but i'm not -- i'm going to learn from my mistakes but i'm not dwelling on it and just going to move forward. hopefully i'll come in and play every day again. i've obviously got to come in ask back it up. just trying to be part of the team, whatever role that is. if it's being the 2 hole, the 1 hole, the 8 hole. switching to nascar, tomorrow they'll drop the green flag on the sprint cup series in the 58th running of the daytona 500. a certainly a i did will decide if dale earnhardt junior can win.
amelia has been strong throughout speed week. the fastest ride out on the session. u.s. hosting memphis at the sun dome, bulls without a home conference win this season. jamal mcmurray, won't go but chris perry, the bartow product puts it up and in to give the bulls the lead. then mcmurray deep from just usf9-2 run. mcmurray wasn't done. the land of plenty, he had 17 to go with marillo's 19, bulls win it 80-71. in the palmetto state, an sec show down between the gators and gamecocks. pick this one up in the second half, and it's alley oop time. devin robinson with the throwdown, florida going up 3
south carolina up 2. fortunately the highlights aren't catching up there. there we go, gators go down in ot, 73-69. as you can see even we got a roll on things cable set to dvr and things like that. looking forward to the daytona 500 tomorrow. i'll be out there, so our reports coming up at 6 and 11. race should be over by that time if the weather looks good. >> it looks great. i have great news for chris and everybody else who's headed out to the daytona 500. mostly sunny skies. that will be very nice and temperature around 72 degrees, a light easterly breeze staying nice and dry as well. should be good. no delays expected. >> not in my department. >> can't blame it on the weather. >> nope, just the driving. >> thanks everyone for watching. that's going to do it for 10 news at 6. be sure to join us tonight at 11:00. have a lot going on. don't forget you can always take 10 news with you.
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>> axelrod: breaking news from nevada, where cbs news now projects a win for hillary clinton in today's democratic caucuses. republicans are casting votes in south carolina, where polls will close just about 30 minutes from now. the emotional farewell to supreme court justice antonin scalia. the harrowing final words from the doomed ship "el faro." >> the clock is ticking. >> axelrod: and a suburban village deploying big-city surveillance tactics.