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death reportedly over a parking spot. plus tomorrow is the big day, we've got our eyes on iowa ahead of the first vote in the nation this election cycle. and upping the game in the fight against the zika virus, the new measyres in place in hard hit countries. good morning, everyone, welcome to nbc 6outh florida. pretty nice day that we have on tap, let's toss thingss over to erika delgado and south florida's most accurate forecast. >> it's a nice start to our sunday. temperatures were in the lower 60s earlier this morning but they've jumped up to already 70 degrees in miami as well as in fort lauderdale. happy sunday to you. 68 degrees right now in the pembroke pines area and still in the mid 60s across homestead area, 65 degrees, 67 in kendall. definitely a nice start to sunday.
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free as the day goes on. oo radar showing quiet atlantic. taking a look outside of our firsrsalert cam, a beautiful start to the day, even with those clouds out in place we're seeing temperatures warming into the wer 70s in miami. for your first alert forecast for the rest of the morning and into the start of the afternoon temperatutues will continue to warm up, mid 70s come noontime, but it's this afternoon we will begin to see a few of those changes, especially tonight into tomorrow. i will have details coming up in just a littlebit. deadly dispute, family and friends garrett in miami to remeer the victim killed in a rampage that witnesses say began over a parking spot. the victim identified as a 33-year-old father. nbc 6 reporter erica glover has more from the mia police head kwurts. >> reporter: this morning officers here are trying to figure out who is responsible for that early morning shooting in little havana, this as f!mily and friends are mourning the
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witnessus say was gunned down over an argument over a parking spot. those who loved jackson solis held a candlelight vigil saturday night in the very spot the 33-year-old was gunned down. officers say just after 2:00 saturday morning onorthwest 17th place and northwest 7th street. solis was shot in the upper part of his body. witnesses say what started as an argument over parking took a tn. no one saw coming. >> all i could hear is a strong cuban accent and my other friend, which you saw, he had a gun pointed at his head. >> he was a very loving person. very kind. he was always there. you see everybody is over here praying because he was there. >> reporter: officers have not made any arrests in this case so far but say if you have any information call crime stoppers, that number is at the bottom of your screen. reporting in downtown miami, erika glover, nbc 6 news. new details this morning about a homicide investigation under way in pembroke pines.
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tim in this cases a daveon hall, he was killed near pembroke road and southwest 118th avenue on friday. no word on how he was killed or any possible suspects or motive. this morning police are searching forhe armed thief who robbed a 13-year-old boy right in front of a school on wednesday. and the entiree incident was caught on camera near slam charter school.l. you can see a man in a white hoodie following thenunning up to the group of teens, flashes a gun then rips off thee boy's gold necklace and bracelet. no one was hurt, but police hope you will recognize this suspect and give them a call. we're learning more about a 19-year-old sprayed by bullets in broad daylight. several schchls in northwest miami-dade forced into lock down iday while police looked for the gunman. nbc 6 reporter stephanie bertiti has more from miami-dade police headquarters. >> reporter: eddie harris just
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victim of gun violence in miami-dade. >> never not like you woulul expect to see him on the ground laying down covered with bullet shots. >> reporter: his aunt spoke with nbc 6 news right after investigators say the teen was murdered in broad daylight. the yellow mamaers mark the bullet casings left behind in the area of northwestt 52nd and northwest 26th avenue. >> you can see there a lot of bullet casings but one bullet is too much because one can kill somebody. >> reporter: several schools in the area locked down as police worked the scene. by the time first responders got to the teenager they say he was already dead. eddie harris ver made it to the hospital. for his family the loss of this youngife seems senseless. >> they need to catch whoever it was. >> they want justice. >> it's unfortunate for all of us to feel so hurting rht now. >> reporter: but even an arrest won't take away the pain. stephanie bertini, nbc 6 news. a story from jacksonville this morning. a 22 month old boy was shot
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shooting aden mikeamy mcclendon was killed as he sat in the car with his mother and grandmother he was shot in the shoulder and the stomac police say the intended target was inside a nearby house that >> multiple times. a 22 month old little baby boy shot multiple mes. the senselessness of it can't be overstated. >> police believe the shooting is gang related and are looking for a white vehicle seen leaving the crime scene. turning now to decision 2016 with the iowa caucuses starting tomorrow one democratic hopeful jut received a major endorsement. "the new york times" is backin hillary clinton, saying she is, quote, a one of the most broadly nd deeply qualified presidential candidates in modern hiory. this isn't the first time clinton has received its support, "the new york times" backed the former secretary of state in her bid for presidency
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her senate positions. on the republican side "the new york times" is giving its support to underdog john kasich. and with just one day until the iowa caucuses all of the presidential candidates are out in full force in weekend, they're hoping one last pusm will get caucus goers out to vote monday night. for nbc 6 here is steve handelsman. >> reporter: with two days to go donald trump came back. >> if we can win here, if we win in iowa, everyone is talking about it, we can run the table for the first time ever. >> repter: he means win every republican contest and it's possible. trump's weakest polls are here, a 5 point iowa lead. >> on february 1st you've got to get out and caucus. you've got to dl it. >> reporter: even in a blizzard he said or marital storm. >> if your wife lves you for another man, if you leave your wife because you don't ke her, i don't care what it is, if you're sick, if you're -- you've got to get out. >> reporter: ted cruz gently
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caucus and insisted to me he's winning back the iowa front runner spot that he once held. >> what do you say to the trump backers who used to back you but now back him? >> wel, they're backing me once again. >> reporter: marco rubio's push will be partly digital. >> we will bomb barge with e-mails for two days. >> reporter: democrat hillary clinton's once large iowa lead has slipped to three points, her e-mail problem flared again, but her long time supporters look likely to caucus. >> for those of you who have already decided to support me on monday night thank you somuch. >> reporter: more than clinton bernie sanders is relying on first-time caucusers, young people. >> we will win the caucus on monday night if there is a large voter turnout. >> reporterand predicting the turnout in iowa monday, say experts, isimpossible. they say a big turnout helps trump and sanders and a small turnout helps cruz and clinton.
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moines. still ahead, a motorcycle expo turns violent, the search is on for who fired the bullets. plus the search for two run away inmates is no over. coming up we'll tell you how police learned about their whereabouts. if you're planning on spending your day out on t t especially for the first half of the day. no advisories over the atlantic waters with winds blbling out of the east-southeast.
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again. welcome back. one of the men arrested in the oregon protest is speaking out with a message to thed holdouts still at the refuge. 2> to all at the refuge, please stand down. this was never meant to be an armed stsndoff. we only came to exse abuse and educate people about their rights that's protected by the constitution of the united states. >> ammon bundy's attorney released this video with bundy's voice on speakerphone to his wife. bundy and seven other people who supported him were arrested last week while four other armed men remain at the refuge. the standoff january on january 2nd. the body of a missing 13-year-old girl in virginia has
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nicole lovell's body was discovered near the virginia border. she was reported missing on tuesday. 18-year-old david eisenhower is currently facing abduction and murder charges. one person is dead and seven others hurt after a shooting and stabbing at a motorcycle expo in denver. police are saying four people including t t one who died were shot, one was stabbed and the other three suffered injuries from a fistfight. the incident happened yesterday afternoon at the national western complex. no arrests have been made, but police are interviewing a person of interest. authorities are not sure what started the incident, but they say other events associated with the expo have been canceled. an enormous fire rocking surrounding areas. it started yesterday afternoon at a stockyard, then strong winds spread the flames to six nearby businesses. witnesses claim they heard explosions, then saw dark smoke cover the sky. take a look at that scene right there. at least 20 cows died in the
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fficials think it was the biggest fire in ex i think ton in the last 33 years. in california the search is over, all three inmates who broke out of a maximum security jail m mre than a week ago are back in custody this morning. steve patterson has more. >> reporter: finally a collective exhale from law enforcement in the golden state. >> i can say this morning that the entire state can breathe a sigh of relief. >> reporter: after a week on the run all three men who broke out of an orange county jail are back behind bars. this morning hose ain't nayeri and jonathan tieu captured over 400 miles north in this san francisco parking lot after a woman spotted their stolen van on a side street. >> she told the officers it looks like the van i've been seeing on the news. >> reporter: as police approached nayeri fled on foot but didn't get far. >> i am told it was a short fot chase. i don't think it went on too long.
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tieu hiding inside the van. >> there were some 380 rounds found in the van but no weapon. >> reporter: saturday's arrest is the end of a statewide police drag net involving hundreds of officers. a break came yesterday when bac duong turned himself in, less than three miles where heade the escape. but the investigation continued to center on nayeri as the possible mastermind. police say despite speaking english he enrolled i an english adds his second language class and bee seend e. friended a teacher. the long time writer arrested thursday being held on suspicion she provided maps showing images of the jail's rooftop that may have helped the men escape. >> we don't have any information to dermine that it was romantic but we do know that it was much closer and more personal than it should have been. >> ravaghi's neighbors were shocked. >> you woun't think somebody so innocent is helping
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>> now the teacher is being held at the me jail where she taught and the men she is accused of helping will soon join her back in orae county. >> announcer: now first alert weather meteorologist erika delgado. south florida's mos accurate forecast. >> south florida, 9:15 onon this nice sunday morning. things looking pretty good right now, live first alert doppler radar dry conditions across much of the area and that goes for the atlantic waters as well. good news here. temperatures we were close to average early this morning in the lower 60s but they've jumped right up to 70 degrees in miami and in fort lauderdale, still in the mid to upper 60s a little further inland. definitely with a cooler start yesterday. as you can see we are about 5 to 10, 15 degrees warmer along the coast than we were yesterday at this time. winds haven't even shifted out ofofhe east-southeast quite yet. yesterday the high in miami and fort lauderdale only reached 73 degrees, so definitely going to surpass that, warmer this afternoon.
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forecast f f temperatures to be reaching into the upper 70s, close to average but just a little off. we are expecting increasing clouds as the e y depose on now that some moisture is headed our way. i will show you what i mean inn just a moment. down in the keys upper 70s, what we're thinking as far as the high is concerned, winds outs of the east again also a few more clouds later in afternoon but the good news is that we should be rain free up until tonight. high pressure over the gulf of mexico yesterday, now over the atlantic waters. as it continues to move towards the east leaving us more of an east-southeasterly wind component that will warm us up and drag some of those clouds across the area, that's why we are expecting a little more in the way of clouds as the days goes on. looking really nice over watson island, a few clouds but the breaks in the clouds is allowing temperatures to warm up. that's why we're expecting upper 70s as far as the high is concerned. we have some moisture in the area across much of the area down across the northwest caribbean and gulf of mexico. all of this moisture will continue to be pumped into the area as the night goes on into
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that that we're expecting an increasing chance no^ only of showers overnight into tomorrow but also isolated thunderstorms are possible across much of the area. let's take a look ahead at the next few days. rain free end to our weekend, beautiful conditions. 70s, the average high you would be 77 degrees. taking a loo into too tonight and tomorrow we could possibly see some of those shower reach into the forecast. also we are expecting a thunderstorm chance in the forecastas well and then we go back to the 80s, the warm up continues through groundhog day. once we get through the showers on monday we should see a few dry and warm days come tuesday d into the end of the workweek. so temperatures back into the 80s, we will be warm and then finally on friday we will begin to see a few more ccouds, showers return to the forecast again together with a chance of some thunderstorms and this is all ahead of a cold front and that's going to knock temperatures down again for the upcoming weekend with highs closer to average for saturday
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it will f@el pretty nice out there. the former president of el salvador has died, francncco flores had a stroke last week that caused irreversible brain damage. at the time he was under house arrest battling corruption charges. flores was president from 1999 to 2004. he was 56. > authorities in canada say an avalanche that killed five snowmobilers in british columbia was humay triggered but the exact cause of the snow slide still under investigation. rescuers are saying 150 snowmobilers were in the area at the time. those caught up in the avalanche were said to be experienced and most dug each other out. >> turning to the zika virus. there are now cases in two dozen countries and territories across the americas with more than 30 cases reported here in the u.s. including south florida. the major problem, as we've been reported is a sharp increase in birth defects mainly in brazil.
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efforts to contain the virus. rehemaellis reports. >> reporter: on the front line in the battle againstt the zika virus it's a ground game. brazil mobilizing more than 200,000 troops, along with health department workers, in a fight against the mosquitos that spread the zika virus. >> we need to fight very hard to reduce the population of mosquito and reduce, therefore, the number of cases of microcephali. >> officials here say the virus may be causing the alarming cases of microcephali, a birth defect. babies born with smaller heads and often brain damage. there is no vaccine and no cucu. they're going door to door passing out pamphlets and looking for mosquito-infested ters. health officials say a big part of the mosquito breeding problem occurs in communities like this one, because of the water
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water inside their homes. officials are treating the water with chemicals and gathering samples to take for testing. for people living here it's put them on edge. do you wore at all about the zika virus? this man is concerned because his own mothehe was diagnosed with the virus three months ago. and in maternity wards doctors are also alarmed. tre has been a dramatic spike in the number of suspected microcephali cases seen in more than 4,000 newborns in brazil these past four months. >> there is anan ultrasound specialist i see the pregnancy is supposed to be a moment of joy but now women fear about the new problem, they fear about the future. >> reporter: fear overshadowing joy for many new parents as the country struggles to stop the spread of zika. rehema ellis, nbc news. azil. >> earlier this month the florida department of health
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cases of zika in the state, two were in miami-dade from people who brought the disease back from columbia, the third was in hillsborough county where a person contracted the virus in venezuela. cuba's government says there are no confirmed cases on the island. a last minute push for folks to sign up for obamacare as the deadline to enroll in 2016 coverage is today. those who don't sign up may have to go without insurance for the rest of the year or face a hefty tax penalty in 2017. so far more than 1.6 million floridaians have signed up or had their coverage renewed. big changes coming for more than a million low north carolina americans on f fod stamps. they are at risk of losing their aid in 21 states if they don't meet work requirements that kicked in this month. the change triggered by falling unemployment rates.
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between 18 and 49 years old who have no dependents in their home. beginning this month they must work volunteer or start education or job trrning courses for at least 80 hours a month. if they don't they will lose benefits in the spring. volunteers with a cuban exile group are collecting donations for cuban families arriving from cost tariq can a. they are looking for clothes, food and medicine for the thousands of migrants expected to fly to south fllida from sent tall america. many want to make it to the u.s. worried washington will soon change their migration policy now that relations have thawed with america. if you want to help take your donations to 8th street and southwest 36th avenue. get your boots and cowboy hats on, today is the 31st annual chili cookoff here in south florida. it's taking place at cb smith park in flem off flamingo road and pines boulevard.
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jcahohoednesday and chris young just to name a few with little big townwn head lining the concert. not only is it a concert but also hosts one of north america's largest amateur chili competitions. the event kicks off at 10:00 a.m. with gates opening at 8:30. expect traffic delays in the area. 9:23. let's take a live look at miami from our fist alert camera.
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the forecast when we return. so no rain in the forecast. >> no rain in the forecast for today, but things begin to change tonight into tomorrow, but right now take a look at the temperatures. sorry. i should have said the bad news first and then the good news. >> i know. >> south florida, 70 degres right now in miami-dade and in fort lauderdale temperatures are quickly warming up. rain free all day, we will see increasing clouds as the after noon goes on, highs into the upper 70s, that will leave us close to average, cdoser than yesterday as miami reached a high of 73 yesterday. showers overnight into tomorrow, thunderstorm chance will also linger and temperatures all week will be into the 80s but then a cold front friday brings showers and cool down, by cool down i mean average temperatures for next weekend. >> it's all good. another star studded night in l.a. with actors paid tribute to each other at the 2016 screen actors guild ceremony. leonardo dicaprio and brie larson took home the top honors
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best supuprting went to idris alba and the sag lifetime achievement award went to -- as you see her right there, carol burnett. >> that's so nice. look at everyone standing for her. >> she's a legend.
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