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i'll give you the deta a wild chase in the streets of broward county ends in the arrest of two kids. two others still on the run. an accused burglar is caught engaging in very strange behavior right before ransacking a car parked right in front of somebody's home. another expectant mother tests positive for zika. a good morning to you, everybody. your time on this tuesday, 5:31. i'm eric harryman. >> i'm sheli muniz. it's super tuesday morning. >> if you're like us, you know
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if it's 5:31 and you're not done shaving, then you know you're late and you ed to speed the process up a little bit. ryan, these are theehings that happen when your alarm clock goes off at 2:00 in the morning. >> all about routine first thing this morning, 5:31, you bet better have your coffee in hand. >> dry conditions across the two county area. i want to show the showers meandering about, heading towards palm beach county. if you take 95 heading north, unlikely you'll see much in the way of wet weather. free and clear of any cloud cover in south florida, broward county, miami-dade, thhugh the keys. we've had clouds skirting by overnight. i've got full sunshine and your first alrt forecast for this morning. here is the payoff for being up upperup early early, 58 in oakland park, that feels great. 62 in ft. lauderdale, 64 in
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the lower 60s. bright skies the rule, feels great. mean your sunglasses and a much warmer forecast for today and also the next few days. up to 80 th afternoon. 5:32, sheli. here is joe brennan with traffic. >> loving the roadsight now. they are nice and quiet and getting by pretty easily. no snags along 95 in broward county. looks clear. griffin road and some of the work going on overnight in hollywood looks to have been cleared away. we've got condition go here all the way through broward and 95, both northbound and southbound, same for dade county. all the cones getting picked up from overnight work, especially around the turnpike extension around i-75. looks like we're open again there. this is the dolphin where it mee up with the palmetto. nice and clear. that's traffic. back to you. >> like to see that, joe. thank you so much. two men in custody after a wild
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maybe you saw at least some of this unfolding live during our evening newscaca yesterday. now fast forward to 12 hours later, this morning police still need your help finding two of these guys. michael spears is live in lauderhi with who police specifically are looking for this morning. >> reporter: good morning. we have the e-mails out this morning. at this point police have not named the suspects who were busted or the two they're looking for. not only a car chase, baugh foot chase through neighborhoods in broward county. some neighbors terrified after hearing the canines, choppers swawaing their neighborhoods. this is what we've been showing you all morning. a chase through oakland park. this is part of the bailout, chopper 6 overhead. you can see four suspects taking off running, our cameras following two of the suspectss they made it to a second car in oakland park, 19th street near northwest 38th avenue.
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mile north in lauderhill, they were running through mes, jumping fences. one guy crawling othe ground, to his surprise completing a canine. he eventually surrendered to the canine. police aesting a second suspect. two people still on the run. one woman said one of the suspects ran into one of her neighbors. have a listen. >> she was walking in the door. he ran up to her. she was still shaken up and scared. i think she said police told her to get inside. >> repoer: this morning as we await a reply from polici from the two suspects that were caught`and the two they're looking for, the car blocked in here, the car from the first part of the chase. apparently lighthouse point police, their license plate recognition cameras realized
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this unfolded, that chase. two cars involved, two suspects in custody. rightnow if you know anything about the whereabouts for the second two that are still out there, you're asked to call police immediately or crime stop pers, 954-493-tips. michael spears, nbc 6 news. super tuesday is here. 12 states, hundreds of delegates and seven candidates hoping to stay in the race. tracie potts i i watching the developments from washington. >> we have to get out and vote. >> reporter: donald trump hoping to bud on his front-runner status with his closest challengers aiming to collect enough del cats to remain competitive. >> a vote for donald trump tomorrow is literally a vote for hillary clinton in november. >> reporter: for ted cruz, that means winning his home state of texas. >> what we will see, i believe, is donald trump indeed coming up both with a significant chunk of delegates and everyone else far behind.
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there's a secret "new york times" tape where trump reportey rejects his own promises to close the border. >> you should be very troubled by a candidate like donald trump who tells "the new york times" one thing and the voters another. >> donald trump should ask "the new york times" to release the audio of his interview with him so we can see exactly what it is he truly believes. >> reporter: bernie sanders is hoping to pick up wins at home in vermont, massachusetts, the midwest and even texas. >> i think we'll do better there than people think. >> reporter: hillary clinton is looking past super tuesday, focusing on trump. >> at some point you can't just say whatever pops into y yur head if you want to be the president of the united states of america. >> reporter: republicans are looking ahead, too, and some are worried whether trump couldbeat clinton in november. tracie potts, nbc news. >> we'll have all the latest on super tuesday.
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joining us in the studio. you can watch it live at 8:00 and 11:00 and you can find extensive coverage in decision 2016 in the nbc 6 news and weather app. tot "today" show will have all things supe tuesday. tonight the nbc"nbc nightly news" with lester holt with a full hour starting after nbc 6 news at 6:00. also as the night goes on and results start comingon, nbc will be here for you with a super tuesday special starting at 10:00 followed by local team coverage with the c 6 news at 11:00. 5:38. this morning police are looking for a man they say tried to break into a home and started acting in a very strange way. julia bagg is tracking all of this. to say this guy was acting in a very strange way, it sort of seems to bee little bit of an understatement in this case.
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explain this behavior and people in the roads neighborhoods ping they will soon catch him. this is the guy ton loose in this neighborhood. you can notice he has a characteristic that makes him stand out. it's a white beard as he's wearing that hooded sweatshirt. come close to your screen so you can see the surveillance v vdeo of what happened just this past sunday morning around 4:30 in the morning. that's when he walked up to a frt door here in the roads neighborhood off of southwest 28th road and 7th avenue. he starts making perverted gestures there. we cannot show you all the surveillance vad i don't because it's so graphic. you can certainly get a good look at him wearing that hooded sweatshirt. get this, the people inside that house, they were home at the tiechlt listen to the homeowner just tell where this man started acting inappropriately. >> on his way up to my front steps, proceeded to look through the living room window --
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for a white man with a white beard. it really makes him stand out. he's 30 to 40 years old, about 5'10", wearing around 180 pounds. comin up at 6:00 a.m., we'll show you what happens next on that s%rveillance video. in the meantime, if you think you know something that can help detectives, you can call miami-dade skriem stoppers at 305-471-tips. julia bagg, nbc 6 news. it's 5:39. south florida families devastated by gun violence coming together with the message and that message is enough is enough. the parts of king carter who was killed in a drive-by shooting gathered with pastors to call for an end to the gun violence. they want neighbors and police to keep gun violence away from kids. in the meantime, the mooer of the 14-year-old boy who accidentally shot and killed his friend says what happened was a tragedy and that the teenager is devastated. the number of zika cases
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health officials confirm one new case in broward county, three in miami-dade, plus another involving a pregnant woman. this brings the total number of cases in the state to 42. all are still travel related. experts want you to protect yourself by draining standing water and using repellant and window screens. it is not recommended pregnant women or women trying to get pregnant travel to areas affected by zika. > thousands of students took the writing version of the florida standards assessment test yesterday. you might remember testing last year plagued by glitihes over and over, also a sieper attack which delayed tests in south florida. state ed carrots say they fixed the glitches this time around and this time they're ready to roll glitch-free.
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the virginia pice officer shot and killed on her first day on the job will be laid to rest later today. ashley's body was escorted by dozens of police cars last night to a chapel where her funeral service is going to be held. she was within of three officers shot saturday responding to a domestic violence call athe time. the other two officers are suspected to survive. the shooter is being held without bond. a brevard county man could
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crime because of what he did. you might remember we told you about this story back in january. investigators say wolfe broke into the titusville mosque and used a machete to smash a bunch of windows there and destroy a bunch of other property once he was inside. police say he also left a slab raw bacon around the mosque's front door.r. we heard a few cases like this. a oman in naples says an electronic cigarette csed a fire and her car to go up in flames. she claims she was charging her e-cigarette inside the car. when she pressed the button on the device it exploded, knockingng out her teeth and started a fire in the car. by the time firefighters got there, the car was ungefled in flames. she suffered several burns and plans to sue the manufacturer.
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i'll say that as many times as i can morning. who knows how long it will stick around. we move to the first day of march, this morning finding very peaceful conditions. live first alert doppler, the onlnl live radar in south florida. good looking forecast, not just for today, but for the next few days, on the cool side this morning. at the bus stop, i'm thinking jackets again at least temporarily this morning. at 5:46, we still have an hour or so to go until sunrise. i'm looking at 58 to 63 for temperatures this morning. that's a very nice start to our morning. bright skies and warmer readings coming quickly through the afternoon hours. 78 to 80 is what we'll peak at when it's time for pick-up or afternoon release. freedom tower lines are off, aaa
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we'll have lots of sunshe up above. 64 degrees right now in miami. that, in fact, is our warm location across the area. check this out. 60 in pembroke pines, 60 in pompano and lauderhill and oakland park. 60 in west kendall. the atmosphere is dry. skies are clear. winds are light. this is the perfect setup to bring in cool readings across the area. that said, we bring the sunup and it will warm up quickly this morning. through the 50s and 60s and quickly into the 70s. probay as soon as the 9:00 or 10:00 hour. high pressure anchored in, broad area of low prereure developing across oklahoma. that will shoot off to the north today. the fronts stacked up across the lower 48 for the next several days won't have enough punch to drop a front in to south florida. we stay under the influence of high pressure, in and out of cloud cover.
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the next few days. it's's dry and mild, if not warm watt attorney. warmer today with my high at 80 degrees. that comes after we shoot these temperatures quickly through the 60s and 70s. 78 by the lunchour. 80 your first alert forecast high. dry, bright and a little warmer. you may notice the humidity if it comes up a touch, 8383 on wednesday, 82 on thursday. don't worry. smooth sailing, great weather that will last the duration of the workweek into the upcoming weekend. let's check traffic again with joe brennan. >> still a pretty decent ride is what we're seeing as we look where the palmettotoxpressway comes together with the dolphin. maybe we can zoom in on the palmetto o expressway. you can see the northbound follow from the til back to 836 and dolphin expressway. get set for delays later. right now everything still getting by. we can take a look at things
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around i-75,122nd street, still looks good. getting busier. southbound, next hour we'll be stacked up solid between the big curve down to okeechobee road. that's the l lest look at traffic. back to you. today the u.n. security council could vote to impose much tougher sanctions on north korea. all this is after a nuclear test and an illal rocket launch there. if the vote goes through, the draft resolution wowod require at this point every u.n. member to inspspt all cargo heading to and from north korea for any elicit goods. in a separate case a judge in new york has ruled that apple cannot be forced to help access phones. this came during a routine drug case in brooklyn. this judge's decision supports apple's stance on not helping the fbi too crack the san bernardino shoter's phone. another bill that restricts abortion in florida will be up for a vote pretty quickly.
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committee already approved the sweeping changes. this n n bill would require clinics that perform first trimester abortions to have transfer agreements with nearby hospitals or for their doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. opponents say it requires precautions that aren't medically necessary and could force some clinics to close altogether. if you're having problems shedding those few extrapounds, it could be less with your appetite and a whole lotore to do with what your sleeping patterns might be. >> according to new research, revealing the link between weight gain and lack of z's. nbc's toto costello explains to us. >> reporter: they are two of america's biggest complaints, a few extra lbs around t midsection and not enough sleep. >> i definitely don't get@ as much sleep as i like to get. some nights i development soo nights i don't. >> i don't get as much sleep i would like. >> as soon as i wake up, i feel
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the university of chicago shows it uay be part of a vicious cycle. the less sleep we get, the more our bodies produce a chemical in the blood that increase cravings. cravings for the sweet, salty and fatty foods we snack on in the afternoons and evening. >> we're eating more calories than needed for the energy cost of being awake longer. >> reporter: previous studies found when sleep depriveded adults gtd got an extra hour of sleep night, their cravings for jurningfood dropped. this doctor runs the sleep center at med star georgetown university hospital. >>iven 300 calories a day which could be one or two cookies in about two weeks can result in gaining oneound of extra fat. >> in just two weeks. >> in just two weeks. >> reporter: the best advice, doctors say go to bed and wake up at the same time every day and avoid eating anything in the two to three hours before going
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if junk sleep leads to junk food which leads to obesity and more junk sleep, breaking the cycle could be keechlt tom costello, nbc news, washington. >> basically our last meal would have to be at noon so we don't eat right before bed. >> we've got a problem. eight minutes to the top of the hour. a family left terrified. it happened in the middle of the highway. what this man is accused of doing to them after a bad case of road rage. coming up, super tuesday is here, we'll speak with "meet the
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today's resulting could i get out of work and i go to the store, and somebody's, smellin' around, "mmm! i smell cookies." i say, "oh no, you just smell me. i just got out of work. that's honey bunches of oats, that's all."
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saturday night police say a man called a gun on a family of three and threatened to kill them. he was arrest later that night and posted bail the next day. the man is charged with three counts of aggravated assaults with a deadly weapon and child abuse without great harm. a restaurant in doral is unrecognizable after a car came
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you'll see the white range rover smashing into the sush she bar. police believe the man behind the wheel confused the gas for the brakes. the driver charged with careless driving and not having a valid license license. police say a man caused a bomb scare at a sewage plant. investigators say he drove his car into area. police got word there might be explosives nearby. investigators determined that the threat was only a hoax and that's it. officials say that's it. this isn't the first time police had to deal with ellington. all the previous times happened at city hall. he was terminated from the city of riviera beach a couple weeks ago. we're working on a whole lot more for our next hour of news.
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daughter's alleged attacker fights to get out of jail. the mother of a teen charged in the shooting death of a friend talks about the pain the family is going through as her son is preparing for a court date. stay with us, we're back at 6:00 a.m. with more news, traffic and weather.
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>> going to have to listen to a little guy like rubio say, , he's a con man. he's a con man. it'so insulting. >> i really regret the language that is being used by republicans, scapegoating people, finger-pointing, bbming. >> it all comes down to the super tuesday and the twowo front-runners, donald trump and hillary clinton sending different messages and using contrasting tones. good morning to you. happy sperr tuesday. i'm sheli muniz. >> i'm eric harryman. >> it's a big day today for the entire nation. a lot could be decided by night as voters from 12 different states head to the polls at some point today. >> tracking all the candidates as they hope to get a leg up on winning their party's nomination. >> first nbc 6 meteorologist ryan phillips tracking all our most recent weather.


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