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florida's most accurate first alert forecast. good morning everyone. welcome to nbc 6 south florida today. it's saturday, february 13. i'm sharon lawson. we'll get you started with the forecast with meteorologist ericaka delgado. >> a big weekend to be outdoors. i have good news, the weather will cooperate all weekend long. happy saturday south florida. 54 degrees. low 50s, upper 40s in kendall. 56 right now in flaurd and a chilly 52 degrees in oakland park and pompano beach as well. we had mostly clear skies overnight, a light wind. and that's what allowed temperatures to cool down overnight. we had a very light north wind, now it's calm basically pretty much across the board. it's a cool but quiet start to
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taking a look at our live first alert radar. this is exactly what we likee to see on not only a long weekend but a weekend full of events, outdoor events across south florida. there is a front that will slowly approach the area, maybe giving us a few clouds. thth first half of the day should be dry, sharon. >> erika, thank you. a shooting leaves a dean in the hospital this morning. nearby residents say they heard about eight shots go off. the victim is a 16-year-old boy who was shot in the leg. he was walking with friends in the areahen a man started shooting at them. we're told the shooter took off in a car. stay with nbc 6 for the latest updates on this breaking news story. this morning police are investigating a deadly crash in north lauderdale.
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it happened near rock island road. three cars and four passengers were involved. a female child in one of the cars was ejected and pronounced dead at the scene. the mother wastaken to the hospital with unknown injuries. >> this is still early on in the investigation. at this point our detectives do not believe a aohol or speed were factors that resulted with this incident. . >> stay tuned to nbc 6 for more updates on this story. a barrage of bullets once gain flying on the streets of miami gardens all within close proximity of a school. three miami schools on lockdown yesterday. this just days after carol city high school and francis tucker elementary were actually struck by bullets. fortunately no one was hurt. two teenagersre in custody for wednesday's shooting at carol city high. police are still tracking down the rest of the shooters. coming up in the next half hour, we'll hear from community
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to come to an end. take a look at t ts brand new video overnight. pope francis taking the popemobile through the streets of mexico city after arriving in the country late last night. crowds lined up for hours before the pontiff's flight even landed. pope francis is spending about five days in mexico. but it was a historic meeting yesterday between pope francis and the head of the russian orthodox church that was 1,000 years in the making. the two met in cuba and signed a joint declaration. nbc 6's julia bagg is many cuba with details. > reporter: havana witnesses the start of a new era that echoes around the world. it began with an embrace and a sense of relief at long last. we are brothers, pope francis told russian orthodox patriarch kirill. they put aside their thousand-year-old differences for three hours at jose march tea airport. a spirit of reconciliation and
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island among locals and foreigners. >> things will be better than before. >> i think it's great. the more the religions can get alng t better off everybody will be. >> the pope and the pontiff signed a joint declaration, signaling they are not competitors, instead, they highlighted a shared concern for all christians in places like iraq and syria. cuban leader raul castro helped make the meeting happen, ending grudges, whether they last for decades or sentries. it doesn't mean the churches are uniting or backing down from diverging doctrines, but it does bond. 6 news. recovery crews found two bodies thatent down in a small
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the faa is investigating what caused the plane to go down. a show of support for a miami gardens police officer. several of david starling's colleagues in court yesterday as the man acced of trying to take his life pleaded not guilty. david mejia wasn't in the room. his attorney filed the plea on his behalf. police say he shot starling in the leg for no reason as the cop sat in his patrol car and fired more rounds at other officers as they chased him. starling still hasn't returned to work, but his friends say he's doing much better. broward county sheriff's deputies hoping to return stolen property to victims of burglaries in a show and teletype of display. jewelry, handguns and other items have been linked to eight separate burglaries in the broward county area. deputies have arrested four suspects in connection t t some of the crimes. now they want to reunite the stolen property with its rightful owners. time is six minutes after the 6:000 hour.
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to the sunshine state and takes a few shot at his favorite candidates. school. students wooing at greatness. we'll show you why he's an school. south florida looking like a beautiful weekend here. as the weekend goes on, we're expecting wind to pick up from the north-northwest, seas occasionally up to four feet along the gulf stream, leaving
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the question is what can we the florida primary may be more than four weeks away, tt didn't stop republican front-runner donald trump from campaigning in the sunshine state. >> jeb, he's asleep, he's asleep
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seriously, can you imagine jeb negotiating with china? can you imagine. >> you see right there trump took shots at jeb bush, marco rubio and all the presidential candidates before a packed house last night in tampa. florida polls show trump 20 points ahead of the next closest challenger ted cruz. trump and his rival republicans will be in south carolina tomorrow for their last debate before that state's republican primary on fbruary 20th. they say it's not nice to not make good on a promise. republican presidential candidate donald trump, ted cruz and marco rubio have failed to release this year's tax returns despite promises to do so. hillary clinton and jeb bush have disclosed years' worth of their tax returns. there's no legal requirement to share tax returns with the public, but every major party nominee since 1976 has done so. it's not jt the republicans who are infighting. two days after their debate in
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candidates were back on the campaign trail. yesterday in south carolina hillary clinton attacked sanders for his criticism of president obama and the affordable care act. sanders voted for the act but says he wants to go further and enact universal government-run health care for all americans. the south carolina democratic primary set for february 27th. there are warnings this morning of a dangerous freeze about to plunge a huge part of the country in its grip. as the dreaded polar vortex moves south, parts of 16 statat will see temperatures below zero. nbc's ron mott shows us how major cities are preparing. >> reporter: 65 million americans bundled up against the brutal cold as the ever present polar vortex unleashes -- the cold brought a burst of snow as far south as tennessee and the carolinas, causing trouble for commuters. commuters also stranded in new
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contributed to train delays during rush hour. in pennsylvania a bken water over. in chicago, florists are taking extra care with their valentine's day deliveries. >> it's terrible for flowers. if they're frozen, they're gone. >> reporter: here at fenway park the red sox are headed south to florida for spring training, giving up their home to skiers and snowboarders who are literally jumping for joy. >> reporter: further north in maine, frozen faces. record-low temperatures are poible from minnesota to the min atlantic. buffalo's forecast for saturday, two degrees. boston is looking at four below sunday morning. new york city is bracing for zero, tomppling a 100-year record. an ice festival canceled. >> you should take this weather vvy, very seriously. we don't see these temperatures often and they can be life-threatening.
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footed taj there. nbc 6 meteorologist erika degado joins us now. we thought we had cold temperatures here. >> we thought we were dealing with our own polar vortex this past week. it turns out we were way wrong. look at the temperatures behind me across the boordard. it's going to continue to plunge down from canada. temperatures in the single digits and even below zero as far as the highs are concerned. the coldest day for the northeast will be tomorrow into monday. definitely cannot complain for us. we've been in the 70s all week long. it hasn't been so bad. but it has been feeling cooler for miami standards. still chilly across t t kendall area. temperatures this morning around 49 degrees.
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first alert radar, dry temperatures down to miami-dade and the keys. we'll take a look at your first alert forecast for your saturday, things looking pretty good for the first half of the day. expecting mostly sunny skies. wewe could see a few clouds late morning hours and early afternoon as there is a front that will swing to south florid we're not expecting rain with the system. however, we could see clouds today. highs in the mid 70s, 77 degrees in miami. it will feel pretty nice out there, pretty pleasant outside. let's look at the setup. we have a cold front over northern portions of our sunshine state. that's goings to continue to filter towards south floridd however, we're not expecting any rain. high pressure that rememns to the north, that's going to drag the north cold air across much of northern areas of our country for us. we will see temperatures pretty nice, especially throughout t
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we'll remain in the 70s. not expecting any rain with that front. why? we have so much dry air across the area. the clouds could move towards us late morning and early afternoon hours. plenty of sunshine to go around, especially with all the outdoor activities. we have the boat show, the coconut grove art festival, valentine's weekend, also a long weekend due to presidents day. small crafts should exereise caution over the atlantic waters. keep it in mind. the good news is we're expecting a low risk of occurrence over the lantic beaches. it will cool us down a bit for valentine's. it will be chilly but it will be nice. temperatures in the 70s. we warm right up ahead of a cold front tuesday that will leleve us showers and possibly a thunderstorm and cooling us back down. dry for most of the next seven days. >> great, erica, no rain today. that's a wonderful thing. thank you so much. >> looking for something to do later today?
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nbc 6 is a proud sponsor of the 53rd annual coconut groves arts festival. >> reporter: later this morning more than 3535 artists from around the world will showcase their work here at the 53rd annual coconut groves artrt festival. talented artists are showcasing their work in the heart of coconut grove. artist's pieces include painting, photography, digital art and more. gates open at 10:00 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m. the festival runs along the streets of mcfair layne road, south bayshore drive and pan american drive. >> everyone exchanging arts and cultures and ideas. good thing to experience. >> reporter: it's not just for the art lovers. there's plenty of food an entertainment as well. bands are performing all weekend long. reporting in coconut grove, erika glover, nbc 6 news.
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closures to admission prices to finding out what time your favorite nbc 6 personalities will be there, check out the nbc 6 news and weather app. a man from central florida finally reunited with his best friend. a heartwarming reunion thanks to local police. kevin young is a quadriplegic who lives in an assisted living facilili with his pooch named poop pi. but when young had surgery and a friend was watching the p, he slipped away. word got to police through facebk. they alerted every city employee to be on the lookout. anfficer then spotted the dog on the street and brought him home. >> o couldn't be happier, because he's the closest thing to a child that i've got. >> young says he won't let the dog ouou hf his sight again. if anything happens, he's thankful to have new friends in law enforcement. indeed he is.
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still ahead -- >> eight minus 32. >> what's the formula for greatness? working hard, over coming obstacles. a young man in this classroom has mastered it. i'm ari odzer, swag on 6 is coming up. uber growing in popularity across the nation. wait until you hearr what happened toone passenger when he fell asleep on his ride home. your heart loves omega-3s. but the omega-3s in fish oil differ from megared krill oil.
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at 6'4" mervyns ball strides through coral springs high school, driven by the desire to learn. >> maybe i can find a cure for cancer. maybe i can do something in that field that would benefit everybody else. that's my goal right now. >> reporter: her mervens stand out. >> we gave a presentation and it felt like we wer being lectured by a professional. >> reporter: >> any question anybody has in class, they can come to him. >> it feels really good. overall, i love helping th out. >> 3x squared. >> reporter: whatever the subject, mervyns excels, a 4.7 gpa, doing it while suffering from car foe sis of the spine. >> extremely painful. >> you have to deal with that every day? >> every single day, especially when i wake up in the morning. it fefes like i don't want to go
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i love being here. >> reporter: anoer obstacle setting him apart, dire poverty. >> i've always had to try twice as hard as everybody else in school. i remember every single day i would have to go to the library to get a paper done on time while everybody else had internet at home. >> reporter: his teachers say he's the ultimate role model. >> special evererdayal way. he makes everyone want to be more like him. >> i'm very optimistic now because i've been through so much. there's no way that i'm going to just give up now. >> reporter: no way. there's no q qt in her vince ball, not when college and a phd is in his way. >> sounds really good, dr. val, who wouldn't want that name. >> reporter: in coral springs, ari odzer, nbc 6 news. >> congratulations her vince. an inspiration to all of us. still ahead, the report cards are out.
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we're talking about the school districts. see where they rank next. plus, could your pictures an information fall into the wrong hands? whwh selling your old smart phone and making a few extra bucks uld leave you vulnerable to hackers. south florida, we have enty of outdoor events this weekenen it looks like the weather wl cooperate. if you're going to the beach, expect a lowisk of rip currents at the beaches. winds out of the north between 10 and 15 miles per hour. highs today reaching into mid
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and 71 miles and $171 later he was home. >> i felt kind of like violated to be honest. not to be dramatic. i was asleep for two hours. >> uber refunded him all of his money. they suggest passengers enter their destination into the app before their trip. i don't know, maybe ju, dude, wake up! that's all he had to do. 6:27 is the time.
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out after a third shooting near good morning everyone. welcome back to nbc 6 south florida today. it's saturday, february 13th. i'm sharon lawson. a glorious saturday, a great weekend. we'll get you started with your first alert weather forecast with erika delgado. >> glorious weekend, great weather and plenty to do here in south florida. kendall, 49 degrees. 73 in homestead. low 70sor oakland park and pompano beach as well. not just us we're seeing cool temperatures across the board, especially across the panhandle.
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in the keys seeing temperatures near mid to lower 60s. cool start to the day, we had clear skies, a light north wind all night long. as you can see, we are rain-free so far on this saturday morning. our live first alert radar looking good broward county down to miami-dade. no rainy where in sight. good news for us. for your first alert forecast, we're calling for temperatures in the 50sshis morning. a cool start, yes. we'll deal with a few clouds as the morning goes on. dry front moves through. no rain associated with his front and temperatures this afternoon will be in the 70s. mostly sunny, very pleasantll day. continuing to follow breaking news out of little havana. a shoeoting leaves a teen in the hospital. witnesses say theyeard about eight shots go off. the victim is a 16-year-old boy shot in the leg. he was walking with friends in the area when a man started shooting at them. >> i really didn't see anything.
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heard the shots and i saw the people, all the shots on the walls and stuff. >> we're told the shooter took ff in a car. no further description. stay with nbc 6 for the latest updates on this breaking news story. > this morning police are investigating a deadly crash in north lauderdale. we brought you this as breaking news last week. a total of three cars and four passengers were involved. a female ehild in one of the cars was ejected and o pronounced dead at the scene. the mother was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. >> this is still early on in the investigation. at this point our detectives do not believe alcohol or speed were factors that resulted with this incident. >> police are still investigating the cause. stay tuned to nbc 6 for more updates. a barrage of bullets once again flying in the s seets of miami gardens. again, the violence happening closeeo a school.
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miami gardens with more. >> reporter: for a third day in a row schools are rattled by gun violence. this time three miami gardens schools went on lockdown as shots rang out along northwest 39th court and 190th street. >> it was a few shots, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom and then pow, pow, pow, pow, pow. i ran outside to see what was going on. >> reporter: gunfire came so close to carol city high school and frances tucker elementary wednesday and thursday, bullets actually hit both buildings while s sdents were inside. no one was hurt, but local leaders want to make it stop. >> we're just trying to get our community to start speaking up about the violence that's going on, stop the shootings and make our young men, our young people understandow important it is for us to say it's got to end. it's got to stop today. >> you don't necessarily have to look at yourself as a snitch. you could also look at yourself as a community servant because you are doing a serviceto the community to get these bad guys
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>> reporter: church pastors and city leaders from across miami-dade united outside carol city high school friday to pray for peace. >> now we come together to pray pour the children -- >> reporter: this, as authorities try to track down every single shooter involved. two teenagers are in custody for right hand side's shooting att carol city high, 19-year-old stanley ragin and 18-year-old cedric adams. >> i'm sick and tired every time i turn on my tv, a child, student lost their life. it's now time for that to stop. >> reporter: no arrests have been made at the shooting near the elementary school in coconut grove. but there is a $3,000 reward for any information leading the an arrest. miami gardens, marissa bagg, nbc 6 news. miami beach police fear an
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miguel izaguirre is accused of fatally shooting max brody in the head. the victim had been celebrating the newier in 2014 when he left a club and stopped at a shell gas station. detectives say iz gary was attempting to rob brody before he shotnd killed him execution style. if you have information on where he might be, contact miami-dade crime stoppers at 305-471-tips. this morning an auto shop in oakland park is unrecognizable after a blazing fire. smoke was already coming out of the factory finish collision center by the time crews arrived to northwest 42nd street. oakland firedepartment called in back up from other departments to help contain the blaze which caused flammable liquid tanks to explode. fortunately no one was hurt. the cause of the fire is under investigation.
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education released school grades for the 2014-2015 school year. south florida districts were among the top of the class. according to overall district grades, palm beach received an a while miami-dade and broward county received a b. 20 f schools in miami-dade. grades are from last academic school year. superintendent alberto carvajal la says results arere screwed. >> to make an a, you have to perform at this level. to make an a this year, the standards are at this level. >> carvalho also said his formula for improving failing schools will continue. to review the complete list of schools and their grades, check out our nbc 6 news and weather app. take a look at this brand new video overnigh pope francis taking the popemobile through the streets of mexico
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country late last night. crowds lined up hours before the pope landed. he's spending about five days in mechanics koechlt before he landed in mexico, pope francis made history by meeting with the head of the russian orthodox church. the leaders of rival branches of christianity, put aside their thousand-year-old differences for three hours at jose marty airport yesterday. they signed a joint declaration signaling they are not competitors. instead they highlighted a shared concern for the persecution of all christians in places like iraq and syria. for the first time in 50 years, the united states and cuba will sign an agreement next week to restart commercial flights. the deal will allow u.s. airlines to bid on routes for dozens of flights to the island nation. cuba now receives 10 to 15 daily charter flights from united
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would be the most important development. flights are expected to begin operating by fall. it's an action-packed weekend for everyone in south florida. you have the miami boat show and the 53rd coconut grove arts show. >> reporter: late they are morning more than 350 artists from around the world will showcase their work here at the 53rd annual coconut grove arts festival. talented artists are showcasing their work in tents about one mile long in the heart of coconut grove. incheweding paintings, photography, digital art and more. gates open at 10:00 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m. the festival runs along the streets of mcfair lane road, south bayshore and pan american. >> everyone interchanging thoughts and ideas and cultures. that's a good thing to do and
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>> reporter: it's not just for art lovers, plenty of food an entertainment as well. bands performing all weekend long. reporting in coconut grove, erika glover, nbc 6 news. >> nbc 6 will be outt at the festival all day today. come out and see us starting at 10:00. look at your screen to see when your favorite anchor will be available to talk to. time is 6:38. wh all that happening in south florida this weekend, you could run into a couple traffic nightmares. don't worry, first alert traffic reporting kelly blanco has it all. see a video police hope will help catch a criminal. all right, south florida, things are looking pretty quiet r t t first half of the day. still in the 50s, upper 60s come late morning. we'll see a few more clouds as a
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the question is, is that front the coconut grove arts festival not the only event happening. also a big art walk and a boat show. first alert traffic reporter kelly blanco helping you maneuver all the traffic on what's shaping up to be a busy weekend. >> this weekend will be packed with fun things to do in south florida. that means heavy traffic and road closures. here is what you need to know. the miami international boat show will be causing delays on thth rickenbacker causeway in both directions between u.s. 1 and virginia beach drive. plan ahead because there's virtually no parking, but there will be free water taxis and shuttle buses from downtown locations. the art win wood will run for five days all the way through monday. saturday is t start is the 53rd annual coconut grove arts festival located in the heart of
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south bayshore drive and mcfar land avenue. festivities road through monday, but road closures began today. if you choose to take i-95 southbound, follow u.s. 1 to 27th avenue. i recommend taking 836 west and 27th avenue south to the festival. don't forget nbc 6 will be there. you can catch your favorite on-air personalities. or more information on this weekend's happening and road closures, make sure to visit the nbc 6 news and weather app. in the studio, kelly blanco, nbc 6 news. south florida, as kelly mentioned, plenty to go a aund this weekend. it looks like the weather is definitely going to cooperere. 54 degrees right now in miami. happy saturday to you, 56n ft. lauderdale. a little on the cool side right now. in kendall, still in the upper 40s.
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the keys. already shaping up to be a really nice morning and looking like it's going to be a nice afternoon. we saw clear skies overnight. we had a light north wind becoming camlm right now. that allowed temperatures to cool down during the overnight hours. it's raiifree from ft. lauderdale all the way down into the keys. this is exactly what we like to see especially on a long weekend like this. taking a look outside our first alert camera outsii the diplomat, take a look at this sunrise. absolutely beautiful right now. light winds as you can see over the water. clear skies out there. looking like it will be a really nice start to our weekend. taking a look at your first alert forecast on your saturday. ifyou're heading out to the coconut grove arts festival, come by and say hello. we'll be there all weekend long. look for the nbc 6 booth. temperatures reaching into the mid 70s. have the sunscreen handy. i mentioned a front coming throuou. we could see a few clouds
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early afternoon hours. the good news is that we're not expecting a a rain with this front. the dry front moves through later today, assyou see it right now over northern florida. as the day goes on, we're expecting seeableasonable temperatures. frigid air across the great lakes and into northeast, not only tay but especially into the latter half of the weekend. taking a look through out here, the uv index, have the sunscreen handy especially if you have any plans outdoors. with everything going on, boat show, coconut grove arts show. it is a long weekend for president's day on monday. mamane condition also be on the moderate end of the scale. we're expecting breezy conditions today. since winds will be out of the north, good news there, if you do have any beach plans. taking a look at the second half of the weeked, valentine's weekend looking on the school side. keep your valentine, morning
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a few clouds next few days. dry up until the cold front swings through on tuesday. that's going to bring us our next shot of showers. things will cool down, a little more seasonable for the second half of the week. the only day we'll haveo worry about rain will be on tuesday. 6:45 is the time. still ahead, selling your smart phone? what you need%to know about the
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make a few extra bucks. welcome back. police need your help finding a robber with some butter fingers. surveillance video from the las vegas restaurant capture the suspects throwing a cinder block through the drive-through window. after clearing the extra glass, the crook grabs an empty cash register, loses his grip and drops it. he makes his way inside where he stole the register, two bottles
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if you recognize him, call crime stoppers. actress jennifer lawrence is among celebrities who made unwanted headlines when hackers struck. your information can fall into the wrong hands just as easily and you can become a target. nbc anchor jajuan straighter shows us how. >> reporter: the ternet makes it easier than ever to make a few bucks, tommy nikolai found the transaction can leave you vulnerable. he posted his iphone 4 on ebay being sure to wipe it clean bore sending it to the new owner. >> i did a full factory reset. he still accessed my passwords and information. >> reporter: the buyer unhappy with the purchasese changing the parse words on his iphone and laptop. >> within a few days, everything
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can't get into it. >> reporter: the laptop prompted him to enter a pin code he never said. an eerie message, you deceived me and sold iphone 4. >> i need his e-mail an password he set on my phone to unlock it. >> reporter: the buyer had accessed tommy's icloud and used a find-me phone app to declare his phone and l ltop as stolen so he could no longer use them. computer science professor says it's possible the password information was left behind making it possible for the buyer to seize control of tommy's devices. >> technology makes it easier for us to access could potentially make it easier for someone else to access it as well. >> reporter: iphones aren't the only vulnerable devices. within hours, were able to collect 40,000 stored photos, more than 750 e-mails and text
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application. apple eentually let tommy unlock his phone and laptop and set up a new icloud password. from now on, he and his family plan to be more careful. >> i will never sell another product with any information on it again. >> jawan strader, nbc 6 news. >> apple said he neglected one important step. before restoring an iphone to factory settings, you have to logout of your iphone account. take. you can find them on the nbc 6 news and weather app by searching the word smart phone. 6:51 is the time. coming up, a look at our top stories. firstst a live look at our first alert camera in ft. . lauderdale. beautiful sight. erika will have is fresh florida shrimp and clams, served over rice! it's simple to create a seafood delight.
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. good morning. just ahead on saturday morning
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days where a lot of people across the country just want to ay inside and be comfortable and find a warm spot. a he bitter blast of air will make its way to 65 million people all the way from the midwest stretching across to the northeast. dylan has everything you need to know including when it could leave. also ahead this morning, the surf is up, four stories high. we'll talk to some of the surfers who are crushing these giant waves outut west. plus we'll introduce you to four women who are hoping to make it to mars lunar 2. at this moment they're waiting for the mission assignment. they're part of the newest crop of astronautseady to launch into outer space. our hilarious conversation with ben stiller and owen wilson as "zoo lander 2" hits theaters this weekend. plus more on saturday morning right here on "today." now the big six stories you
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>> a teen is in the hospital this morning after bng shot in little havana. nearby residents say they heard about eight shots go off. witnesses say the victim is a 16-year-old boy who got shot in the leg. they say he was walking with friends around the area when a man started shooting at them and then took k f in a car. bullets once again flying on the streets of miami gardens all within close p oximity to schools. shots rang out along northwest 139th court and 190th street, days after carol city high school and frances tucker elementary were struck by bullets. no one was hurt. policic are investigating a deadly crash in ft. lauderdale. bso told us three cars and four passengers were involved. a female child in one of the cars was ejected and pronounced dead at the scefe. there are warnings this morning of a dangerous freeze about to plunge a huge part of the country in its grip as the
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south, parts of 16 states will see temperatures below zero. it's said to bring the coldest air ff more than a decade to the northeast. take a look at this video, pope francis taking the popemebile throuu the streets of mexico city after arriving late last night. crowds lined up hours before the pontiff's flight even landed. pope francis is spending five days in mexico. art lovers rejoice. today is the 53rd annual coconut grove arts festival. talented artists will showcase their work and several bands will be performing. nbc 6 is a proud sponsor and will be there all day. don't forgrt to stop by and say how howdy. check out our nbc 6 news and weather app. not too bad as you wake up. >> a little chilly, a few degrees below average. but we're not dealing with the polar vortetethat the rest of with. right now 53 in miami, 50 in
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uderdale area. not only waking up to cool temperatures this morning, but alsrain-free. good news there. live first alert radar looking good from broward county d dn to the keys. no rain in sight anywhere. first alert forecast calling for plenty of sunshine. we could see clouds late morning and early afternoon. no rain associated with the front. temperatures ll remain close to average in the mid to upper 70s. taking a look ahead, our valentine's weekend looking nice. cooldown for tomorrow. you have to keep your valentine on the warm side. mostly clear skies all weekend long. temperatures will rebound back into the lower 80s, rain on tuesday. it looks like it's the only day we'll see the rain here, sharon. >> can i tell you how much i love this time of the year here in south florida? >> the dry season. we're finally beginning to see it.
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tough for the folks up north, good morning. life threatening cold. polar vortex delivering bone-chilling temperatures from minnesota to the northeast. record setting cold pushing the mercury to near zero in the big apple. rnings everywhere to stay inside. >> you should take this weather very, very seriously.
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dylan is tracking it all. southern discomfort. the republican candidates gearing up for another debate tonight. the field getting smaller as the stakes grow larger. will donald trump follow through on his suit to sue ted cruz? can marco rubio comeback? can john kasich keep the new hampshire momentum going? jumping into action. incredible rescue caught on camera. a car with a woman and her baby inside plunges in the water. and more bad blood? another kanye west/taylor swift feud this morning over racy music. she says she gave her blessing. her team says not true. it doesn't look like she is ready to shake it off. totoy, saturday, february 13th, 2016.

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