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Mar 18, 2016 4:00pm EDT
gears -- we are in the final stretch of winter. again it feels like summer out there. >> george, another day in the 80s. >> yes, the 11th day in the 80s -- one more day and then big changes. a few isolated showers -- marion county -- some rain pushing in. the first thing here -- is not lightning. at least not right now but the shower will pass the bank in the next 5-10 minutes. >> will head for eureka in the next 20 minutes. a shower heading toward marion county. that's about it for the rain for now. a few more isolated showers are developing over the next two hours -- a bigger batch of rain is off to the west. the front that was in this weekend -- just ahead i will time out the return of the widespread rain and how it will impact saturday. >> >>> firefighters have been a rash of brushfires. many in residential neighborhoods. last week we showed you the flames that damaged homes. melanie hold found out there have been more than 100 brush set fires since january. >> fire officials are looking for some patterns here. >> the vast majority of the fires -- the cause is undetermined.
ABC
Feb 2, 2016 4:00pm EST
candidate broke into the top 3 on the republican side. channel 9 anchor george estevez following what the candidates are not doing today and sometimes not coming in first is just a significant. >> reporter: bernie sanders who 9 months ago was a virtual unknown came in 2nd and marco rubio u.s. senator from florida made his own statement coming in 3rd period -- 3rd. >>>'s back got blessedly state of our. >> reporter: high drama is the first votes cast in the 2016 presidential election. >> iowa has sent notice that the republican nominee and the next president of the united states will be chosen by we the >> reporter: cruz -- cruz trumped trump despite his lead in iowa. >> i want to congratulate him. i think i might buy a farm yet he spent millions of dollars out of his own pocket to get votes in iowa but no time to reflect on that now. new hampshire's next week. >> we will go on to easily beat hillary are bernie or whomever they put. >> headline out of iowa, trump has competition from not one centered what to. marco rubio finished in a strong third-place. tonight we have taken the first ste
ABC
Jan 7, 2016 4:00pm EST
identified and fixed. george? >>> several u.s. leaders are now demanding new sanctions against north korea following yesterday's claims that the nation detonated a hydrogen bomb underground. the u.s. house of rep.'s is expected to vote it down a measure as early as next week. many people question whether the bomb actually went off. japan's government took air samples and they say they have not seen any change in radiation levels. >>> direct flights between data airport in new york's jfk airport have officially started the first jetblue flight from new york landed today around noon. the surface has been years in the making and 30 local companies pledged to buy $250,000 in tickets for the first year of service to make it happen. the county is spending $400,000 to promote the service. >>> a hotel is that open from a major universal orlando resort. renderings of portofino hotel them of the 175 room facility planned for across the lows portofino bay hotel. the city approved plans for the hotel but changes in the may to the buildings height which is currently designed at 9 stories. public
ABC
Jan 21, 2016 4:00pm EST
dropped 500 points yes channel 9 anchor george estevez has been following the numbers all week and george, this is still being driven by slumping oil prices. >> follow me. the fact that you and i are paying less for gas right now is what is sending the world markets into a tailspin. let's take a look at the numbers. the dow actually went up by more than 150 points today nasdaq small gains arising half a point in s&p adding positively adding 10 points and it is affecting your -- >> wall street opening -- opening numbers with green and red. keeping investors on the edge of their seats. >> uncertainty is the markets worst favorite 4 letter word. fighting its way back in closing down 249 points. the culprit is a tanking oil prices now $20 per barrel but the lowest in 12 years. great news for you with 70 percent of americans are now being less than $2 per gallon and in fact in central florida, our average is $1.78. for the energy companies it is a huge blow. shedding some 100,000 jobs last year and more jobs could be lost if oil prices stay the slow. >> so not knowing where the bottom is in oi
ABC
Mar 14, 2016 4:00pm EDT
to the polls. >> today's focus was on protesters and stirred up violence at weekend events. george estevez has been following the candidates as florida decides who to send who to white house. >> reporter: a significant part of the process is the delicate spend florida. rubio is hoping for a come back. they are some of the biggest battleground states. first florida, then ohio. >> this country is not about tearing one another down or having fistfights at a campaign rally.>> reporter: rubio is spending the day in his home state including jacksonville.>> the republican party will not allow itself to be hijacked by fake conservatives and dividers.>> reporter: all eyes it is a lovefest. >> reporter: there have been violent protests at events. today mitt romney campaign for john kasich. the buckeye state has become the epicenter of the stop trump movement. >> if he wins ohio, he will be the nominee. if he loses, we will have and unbelievable time. will be -- it will be a contested convention. >> reporter: walker rubio trails by double digits. for the democrats, clinton is leading sanders
ABC
Mar 16, 2016 4:00pm EDT
. even though homeland security says they are not a threat risk, george kelly spoke with lawmakers about the changes they are now demanding. >> this is very alarming and disturbing news. >> reporter: -- >> one of the most important government responsibilities is vetting those who work at the airport. >> reporter: lawmakers on the side of the political aisle from both houses of congress are now calling for stronger government vetting of their airport workers following the exclusive report monday. we told you then 73 primary -- private airport employees at 40 airports nationwide were allowed access to secured areas despite being flagged that a federal databases having possible terrorist ties. >> we need to wake up in this country and understand there are people out there to kill us and this is the number one way that these islamic radical terrorist want to do it if they want the big bang, they want to blow us up in an airplane. >> reporter: senator. statement we must work to ensure the safety of commercial aviation by the current tsa to conduct appropriate oversight. the tsa says they did
ABC
Mar 15, 2016 4:00pm EDT
government. >> reporter: george's head emergency management testifying it could mean he have to make cuts to urban search and rescue teams and k k9 units. >> and to have some of those cuts that would adversely impact some of that critical infrastructure is concerning. the white house, spokeswoman says cities have been spending grant money slowly. there is a big enough balance in the fund to meet demand. the white house also says it is proposing adding new preparedness grants to committees so they can apply for and a way to offset losses. live in washington, justin gray, channel 9 eyewitness news. >>> cakewalk police officer recorded throwing a woman to the ground -- cake -- what made her the most upset. >> voters say elected officials in orlando need limits on how long it can serve. what they did during the primary to get you to vote on issues. >>> a couple hours from polls closing in florida but on top of the latest developments in the primaries. next wife laura could be a game you have watched debates and heard countless campaign speeches and it comes down to today. we have explained wh
ABC
Jan 29, 2016 4:00pm EST
only ones to get an inside look in the investigation. george collie live in washington. there have been 18 operations in the atlanta area that confiscated thousands of the state boards. >> reporter: yes, atlanta is the latest major u.s. city were criminals war caught trying to import these counterfeit hoverboard. u.s. customs and border seized. officials explain why they want the hoverboard off the streets. they say some of them are powered by batteries that are not up to your standards and can catch fire. counterfeit ranting and locals. government's top consumer safety watchdog told me if you see a ul safety approval, you probably have a counterfeit hoverboard. >> there is no reason why any company should be putting a ul mark on the outside the product. that should tell consumers is something is wrong, whether counterfeit or just misleading i they should stay away from the product. >> reporter: tens of thousands of of these counterfeit hoverboard have been confiscated a major u.s. cities in recent weeks, including here in washington dc. live in washington, george collie, channel 9 eyew
ABC
Feb 26, 2016 4:00pm EST
phone call was kicked back to the loop. george colley found out what one lawmaker is doing to make sure veterans never have to wait to schedule doctors appointments. >> reporter: army veteran now works for congressman says moulton after two day to try to set up an appointment to see a ba doctor, he told his boss about the expense and the decided to record the next attempt. >> if you need assistance. >> reporter: is not just frustrating to watch what you're trying to get healthcare. >> reporter: he ends up in an automated cycle. >> will come to the vet for ba. >> reporter: moulton says this experience not unusual. >> it's not an extraordinary video about amid a situation. this is a real challenge that veterans face everything with a. >> reporter: he says it has nothing to do with the va center but the weather system pushing a bill to fix it. >> the bill will allow veterans to set up doctors appointments straight from their mobile app and getting bipartisan support in congress and from veterans groups that's a perfectly in line with iata's top priorities which is a form of the depart
ABC
Mar 1, 2016 4:00pm EST
hours from under donald trump hosting a news conference. george found out why trump is not the candidate the republican establishment had him mind when a rescheduled the primary till after super tuesday. >> we will establishment did the agility shuffle they wanted front runner to gain momentum quickly. they figured hillary clinton will be the democratic leaders of a wanted a chance but they got there with the only problem is the front runner is not established republican candidate is donald trump tonight and he is going to get a victory lap in palm beach follow. >> supporters have helped to propel donald trump. >> thousands expected tonight here in morrow lago. trumps palm beach resort. the new york republican has a double-digit lead over his >> it surprised me. >> reporter: no surprise to followers was trumps reaction to disruption during a rally in virginia yesterday. >> is cnn poll showing clinton would beat trump if they were the nominee led to this reaction today on gma. >> reporter: i will defeat hillary and we would take democratics and the independence awake. >> we foun
ABC
Mar 22, 2016 4:00pm EDT
told you they're anyone to talk about what happened. >> reporter: george, that's why investigators went out today pass examining out this flyer to anyone who would take one but i talked with a guy who said he saw the victim's body laying right on the ground and he tells me he has no plans to talk with detectives. >> i heard a siren in the backyard, you notice, i said well, you know, i better get up and check it out. >> reporter: this man didn't want us to show his face or use his name. like so many people who live in this neighborhood, he just doesn't want to get involved. he told me he rushed outside yesterday when he heard sirens and saw dozens of people standing around 18-year-old ka tan dray bryant's body. >> i looked and saw cops on one end of the street and 10 on another. i went down there and i saw a guy laying on the ground. >> reporter: so far, he hasn't talked with investigators and he's not the only person keeping that's why orange county deputies knocked on every door in the neighborhood this afternoon. they passed out a flyer reminding anyone they can give an anonymous tip
ABC
Feb 17, 2016 4:00pm EST
senate subcommittee is considering having your employer help you pay for new doctors service. george estimates look into concierge doctors. this could save everyone money in the long run >> reporter: good care could limit your business and a burden on government funding. you could benefit by visiting a doctor when you need to and getting questions answered and feeling as though you're the only one on the schedule but that comes at a cost. dr. visits as we know them may be changing.'s practice medicine what used to be. i think we're going backwards and it's a good thing. the doctor runs a direct primary care facility and is what is called being a fewer patients for as long as 90 minutes per time and overseas medical care from a-z. a concept which could save businesses money and increase employee productivity. >> if you catch them when they are sick and treat them quickly then you're not spending all day in a walk-in clinic. >> reporter: supports -- report suggests traditional dr. c 45 patients per day to make enough money from co-pays to pay bills. with a concierge doctor pay a yearly
ABC
Mar 7, 2016 4:00pm EST
next half hour, more on how the rain will impact your coming weekend. >>> george, not all transportation officials are on bored with the plan that would force you to pay double in tolls on some roads. new at five, the alternative idea they have to help you dodge busy traffic without shelling out more money. >>> a massive oak tree in downtown orlando crashed down on power lines leaving dozens of homes in the dark. why officials tasked with preventing it say the dying >>> central florida is two months away from rotisserie-style chicken raised without antibiotics? it's what we do. that same chicken pulled by hand? it's what we do. freshly-baked bread and crisp veggies? it's what we've always done. the new rotisserie-style chicken sandwich from subway. fresh is what we do. taking control of your health isn't easy. but cigna is there for you. literally. just download our free coach by cigna app. team of health coaches to help you achieve your wellness goals. cigna. together, all the way. (music playing) i feel pretty (west side story) not every cake can be handcrafted in store
ABC
Mar 8, 2016 4:00pm EST
, george. >> perfect for that game on friday. >>> brand new at five, a lake county nursing home on lockdown because of an outbreak. >> we feel like we're in jail. >> what the staff is doing with the residents to contain a highly contagious virus. >> and help could be coming to those families where the boys were found. >> next at four, consumer >>> lost or damaged jewelry can be expensive and difficult to replace. consumer advisor clark howard shows us one way to make sure you get the replacement you want. >> it was beautiful. >> reporter: unfortunately, for faith jones, the ring she loved was also damaged. >> when i went to get it inspected, they noticed it had a chip. >> reporter: jared, the store that sold her the ring agreed to replace. >> with something equal or better. >> reporter: faith rejected the first ring. when the second ring arrived, more disappointment. >> the carat is a little bit bigger, the width is bigger but the sides of it, the length is shorter. >> reporter: it also has strong blue fluorescent. >> it can have a tendency to give a hazy or climie appearance. >> r
ABC
Jan 22, 2016 4:00pm EST
pedicab driver accused of raping a woman riding in his pedicab daytona bush arrested george brainard 2014 during speed week at the time investigators say he took advantage of a woman who they say was very intoxicated at the time. brainard denied allegations in today a jury found him not guilty. >>> this afternoon we're looking into a case where an orlando teenagers that she was terrified to see a man looking at her through her bedroom window. it happened last night in audubon park. police say that peeping tom was dominic race, 22-year-old who appeared before a judge today. now he apparently told police to prowl around other people's property. we are looking into that part of the story for eyewitness news at 5. >>> this afternoon new records from sanford show the pitbull connected to that brutal apartment attack were not properly taken care of. on tuesday, 2 women were badly injuried went a pack a pitbull attack them inside their own apartment. one woman remains in critical condition today. the new paperwork shows there was another attack in december involving some of the same people.
ABC
Jan 20, 2016 4:00pm EST
tonight so let's see how low they will go with certified meteorologist george waldenberger. numbers will be cut in half. >> by morning but the thing is if you do not like cold air it will not be as cold as it was last night and this morning temperatures in the 60s in sanford but falling into the 50s is new smyrna beach, 63 cocoa beach and this morning we had the coldest temperatures yet this winter. we had 38 this morning and orlando and 32 in the villages and 27 degrees in ocala. this evening, hour-by-hour, again, not as cold as last night during the evening. temperatures will drop below the 60s around 6:30 but we will spend the evening in the 50s. next we will have an hour by hour -- county by county rather look on who will drop into the 30s . agreed to pay the city $18 million for the land where the new stadium is being built last week the team announced it will finish out the season at the citrus bowl so it can unveil the new home during this went -- 2017 season to expand steve barrett spoke with officials today about the announcement. they are excited to finally finalize the deal. >
ABC
Feb 10, 2016 4:00pm EST
bringing in more star power to help with brother former resident george w. bush will join him on the trail. see the results from the new hampshire primary along with where the candidates are today by downloading our free wftv news app go. >>> the man accused of exposing himself to women in ormond beach in the past has been arrested for the same crime. this man brandon smith exposed himself to women in 2012 wants and 2014 bigamist sears a woman was jogging a main trail bridge february 1 one he's that she saw him touching himself and should call 911. >> he took off running and he ran toward the neighborhood so i was going to see if maybe somebody could see. he is completely naked. >> the latest victim was able to point smith out an outline up charged with indecent exposure. >>> a volusia county nurse is accused of hitting a dementia patient who almost wanted a. -- wandered a. they were trying to restrain him politely. >> investigators how they discover the abuse. >> the captain. of a cruise ship decided to report even though he knew about the potential danger. >> a water main break and eaton
ABC
Jan 15, 2016 4:00pm EST
more than they are worth it channel 9's george karl he found out a new government report shows changing the way our changes made could have a big effect on some things many use every day. taxpayer dollars could be saved by changing the metal to use nickels dimes and quarters. >> i do not see a problem with providing cheaper materials. >> reporter: u.s. been producing 13 billion coins in 2013. for the last decade, the rising cost of metal used in nickels and pennies exceeded how much they were actually worth. congress as the us-made whether it is worth the cost of producing coins. enlistment has not answers yet. >> it is worth considering but what is the downside? >> why have a we got to cheaper alternatives? it has to do with cost and the impact this change could make on some things that we do every single day. >> it could be devastating for small business in every community across america for eric reasons the vending machine industry pick the exchange could cost his industry have $1 billion to >> it reads a metallic content signature of the coin from the metal in the coins. >>
ABC
Feb 3, 2016 4:00pm EST
families. george estevez was watching today's hearing and 2 key people were not there to testify. >> reporter: no, they were not talking about the governor of michigan who approved the water supply switch to the flint river and also the former manager of flint water system the move sparked outrage as officials miss not try to figure out how to help thousands of people. >> the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. >> reporter: cameras were rolling as frustration boiled over in dc. >> this is not a third world country. >> it is absolutely fundamentally and totally wrong. >> reporter: not just inside the congressional hearing, but also outside. >> we want a new water system. >> reporter: done of flint the first to raise concerns in flint. >> my home is known as ground zero. >> reporter: she is pleading for help from congress. >> my home is to be a place of comfort and safety for my family. that was taken from us. >> reporter: in 2014, flint switched its water source to river water to save money . but the move contaminated the water supply with toxic levels of lead leavi
ABC
Jan 18, 2016 4:00pm EST
products are on their way to parts of alabama, jorlg george it is expected to be back on shelves later this month. >>> this story is interesting, steve harvey is speaking out now about the huge miss universe mistake. >> harvey interviewed miss philippines and colombia. the first episode aired at 9:00 o'clock this morning on channel 9. harvey says he's received death threats over this and he asked the contestants for forgiveness. >> beat yourself up for this anymore, come on, let's move forward. >> okay, cool. >> be happy. >> okay, cool, that, wos. the women, though, did not appear on the show, together. the interview with miss colombia tomorrow on channel 9. >>> that's the hot seat. well, that is definitely the hot seat. and we may need electric blankets tonight. >> yeah. >> get it fired up here. >> the dog likes it, too. indeers tonight because it will get -- indoors tonight because it will get chilly. 60 downtown, deltona at 60 degrees, in the upper 50s and we'll fall here very shortly. as we lose the daylight. wients out of the north. the wind chills will make it feel colder t
ABC
Mar 21, 2016 4:00pm EDT
storms both saturday and sunday. 84 saturday and 85 on sunday. george. >>> thank you, brian. at the top of the hour, we told you three kissimmee police officers are accused of lying in court. one case has already been dropped because of it. all new at 5, the answers we're getting from the state attorney and whether this could impact other cases the officers worked on. >> a 12-year-old girl was sent home from school for pinching a boy on the butt. but the next day, deputies why her dad is now worried she could be labeled a sex offender. >>> officials under fire for comments he made before a tournament. what he said that has some of the most popular players in the sport speaking out. a good day on wall street. apple announcing its new smaller iphone. the dow was up 21, nasdaq gained 13 and rotisserie-style chicken raised without antibiotics? it's what we do. by hand? it's what we do. crisp veggies? it's what we've always done. the new rotisserie-style chicken sandwich from subway. fresh is what we do. yeah, that's right. deal diva coming through. you see all my bogos, my weekly ad. just w
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Feb 16, 2016 4:00pm EST
this is around. george estimates, channel 9 eyewitness news. >>> the potentially deadly airbags creating another recall this afternoon. general motors is now recalling 200 sob and saturn cars in the us and canada to replace the takata air bag spent part of a broader recall of more than 5 million vehicles announced last month. 10 people have died because of a faulty airbags including a woman in orlando. >>> florida driver is recovering this afternoon after his garbage truck tumbled 100 feet off of a highway bridge in miami. the truck driven by smith slammed into a guardrail yesterday fell more than 100 feet to the road below. witnesses say the truck went airborne, bounced off the roof of a house. >> the truck falling midair. look like it was in slow motion. >> must have been something to see. the driver was tossed out of and is in serious condition this afternoon. >>> the forecast, wow, talk about fantastic. a taste of spring. >> i want to talk on the plexiglas that we made it through el nio. we've had a lot of tornadoes but we had tornado warnings this morning and winds. it has
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Mar 9, 2016 4:00pm EST
facebook .com/ wftv. >>> in a few hours, george hillary clinton and bernie sanders will take the stage as you mention for the democratic debate in miami. a half-million democrats have already voted in florida. christopher heath looked into how close the clinton sanders race is in florida that he will have that story for you live from miami during eyewitness news at 5:00. interesting race. >> never boring. >>> marion county investigators say they found the man's body buried in the ocala national forest. >> why his family says they were worried about him weeks before his remains were found. >>> getting around central florida's hard enough with it -- construction on the i 4 ultimate project. the newly approved project that will mean more slowdowns on the 417. >>> taking over the second busiest va nursing home to get it open. they are not a partisan issue and this makes sense. >> how the takeover will improve the care at this much- needed facility and baldwin park. >>> central florida is over for on top of breaking news in brevard county were crews are trying to get control of a brush fire th
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Mar 10, 2016 4:00pm EST
victims of identity theft tax fraud. george karl he looked into the numbers and asked what you can do to make sure you are protected this tax season force in the process of buying a >> there's a company that has used my same social security number for their tax purposes. >> he thinks he caught it in time but has not cost him anything yet. >> are you concerned? >> yes. definitely. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of americans are dealing with identity theft but new reports from the federal trade commission shows they received almost half 1 million identity theft complaint in 2015. of more than 25 percent increase year-over-year half of those being taxed which brought. fraudulent tax filings is when someone uses your information to file a tax return with a refund in your name. employment fraud is used when somebody takes a consumers information, name, social security number, and uses to get a dental appointment. >> there are ways to protect yourself make sure you are shredding all personal documents and keep your antivirus software up to date and beware of filing your taxes at any uns
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Jan 13, 2016 4:00pm EST
or friday, showers start to develop and moved north. brian shields rusty mccranie, marina, george will be here watching the storm complex develop an month -- gulf of mexico you can see it through there. so models take this back to moved north but our forecast model did a good job with the track of the storm we head's up right now a shows the heaviest weather approaching the gulf coast. after daybreak, but probably after the getting to work, make sure you have the severe weather app ready to go to the low will track through and bring us some gusty thunderstorms. we will have winds over 40-50 miles an hour. and a slight tornado risk that anytime we have a low in the gulf we always have a slight tornado risk. make sure you download our free weather app live radar update, video and you lurch tab. we will get the alerts sent to the phone. an update on alex not tropical storm at 5:00. 76 rain likely friday, storms and another system we will watch as another low-pressure area moves close sunday. >>> the man who attacked the 71- year-old woman who was walking her dog remains on the loose.
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Feb 1, 2016 4:00pm EST
time line of what to expect with that late week storm, greg. >> all right, george. >>> all new as 5:00, dozens of local drivers got a license they did not earn, the warning from another county about the illegal trade allegedly happening in a brevard county office. >> new at 5:00, why orange fighting to keep a new charter school from opening in avalon park. new numbers show children in flint, michigan are not the only ones with alarming levels of lead in their blood system is. next at 4:00, we looked at local numbers of how many young children have levels aha! oof! weee! slurp. mmmmmm. cinnamon toast crunch. crunch! crave those crazy squares. cinna-milk! you like being banking to be too. stop into td bank and we'll help set you up with picture perfect banking. new customers, open a checking and savings account and you can get a polaroid cube+ >>> flint, michigan is not the only place you'll find dangerous levels of lead. >> we checked government numbers today and they show two counties here in florida reported high levels in young children. channel 9 looked through the numbers today, an
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Jan 8, 2016 4:00pm EST
doing. >> reporter: george, contractors are running truck today. they will also run a special route tomorrow. lane the trash has not been picked up yet. one of the things homeowners can do is make sure that the trash bins the face the right way. that placed her trash yesterday for pickup and it's still there today. >> reporter: doesn't look nice bit hard backing out of the driveway. i prefer it not being there. >> on january 1, orange county started an automated collection service. trash pickup went from 2 days to just 1. homeowners including those on goggle avenue said trash was not picked up on time. >> of their are glitches in the new system that we expected. that is what we are looking to get taken care of this week. >> reporter: orange county solid waste management jim berry says truxel run today and will also run saturday to get caught up here the county hired new contractors and they are learning the routes. homeowners must follow instructions so pickup can be >> they have to put the cart out with the arrows pointed toward the street. a lot have been turned around. >> reporte
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Mar 11, 2016 4:00pm EST
president ronald reagan. michelle obama, hillary clinton, former president george w. bush attended the funeral. it was held at the ronald reagan presidential library. emotional moment came when former canadian prime minister when a love letter that reagan >> i love you, firstly, mommy, sentimental you, the fun you and the peewee powerhouse you. merry christmas you all with all my love, lucky me. >> very nice with mrs. reagan was 94 when she died sunday of congestive heart failure. reagan foundation says she planned every detail of her own funeral pic she wanted to be, quote, short, sweet and memorable. mission accomplished. >>> the ceo of one of the nations largest and most well- known veteran support groups has been fired amid allegations of wasteful spending. but the ceo and cfo of the wounded warrior project accused of using 40 to 50 percent of the organizations money on extravagant parties and overhead. our employees also accused the group of making money off the injuries. >>> when you get a chance, take a look in your freezer because thousands of frozen pizzas and entries are
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Feb 22, 2016 4:00pm EST
a brand new attraction at walt disney world called the star wars experience. george estovez has a preview of what we can expect. this will not only be impressive but boost our economy. >> reporter: we will be home to the star wars experience sure to fans. these new rendering are cool. they put you in the middle of the action from fight scenes to hanging out with today we went over disney world to see what we local moneymaker. >> soon you can experience your own star wars adventure like never before. >> harrison ford made the announced on 60 years of disney land that aired on wftv. >> star wars is for lack of a better world -- word awesome. >> now you can end experience how awesome with the star wars experience. >> we have joined force with the imagination of films to bring this to life. >> you can walk through iconic locations, step aboard the falcon and found yourself in the middle of a battle. you can center street markets and head down to the local cantina. >> the goal is the add to the already existing star wars the star wars reboot. >> today sky witness 9 saw the ride attende
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Jan 19, 2016 4:00pm EST
status. >> george estevez has been following this case. this will affect parents of children who have since been born in the united states. >> reporter: that is the thinking because parents came to the country decades ago for a better life but they did it illegally. and now the justice has said they will look at both sides of the argument. >> today the justices agreed to hear case the challenges president obama's executive actions to shield millions from deportation. so far 26 states including florida signed onto a lawsuit accusing the president of ignoring federal law at issue is the first action for pairs of americans program. obama said in lake 2014 would the u.s. more than 5 years and who have children who are in the country legally to come out of the shadows and get right with the law. today the white house said it is confident actions are legal. >> consistent with the president established by other presidents and within the confines of his authority as president of the u.s. >> federal court side of the states against the plan to keep the government from issuing work permits and
ABC
Feb 25, 2016 4:00pm EST
paid the bill to clean it up and will the people responsible face consequences. >>> george estimates, ashley from k-9 to will join me live on wftv.com where we will watch the academy awards with you on channel 9 and we will be live facebook starting sunday night know you can deposit checks right from your phone. quickly and easily. speak to a financial professional when it's convenient. android pay. know that with pnc's convenient solutions, at least your finances will be easy to control. some people don't like to share their wifi, but at bright house networks, we do. login to one of our hotspots and get your code for free wifi at over 50,000 bright house wifi hotspots. in 1934, steak 'n shake decided the world didn't need another hamburger. it needed a steakburger. so they used 100 percent beef. quick seared to seal in the flavor ... ... you'll only get from a steakburger. steak 'n shake, home of the original steakburger. the holy land experience is paying to remove a massive mural from state property. the painting on the ramp was channel 9 michael lipari asked if the people respons
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Mar 4, 2016 4:00pm EST
on your smartphone. >>> let's check in now with meteorologist george front will impact our weekend forecast. >> it will only cool us down a little bit. that's because was a weak front. it's dry now but that's the early morning rain that may have woken you up around 4 o'clock in the morning. look at these numbers, 77 in orlando. but if you're in new smyrna beach, daib, daytona beach, you're only -- daytona beach, you're only in the 60s. we'll have a nice calm day at the soccer fields for orlando city soccer club's home opener, temperatures in the mid-70s. just ahead, i'm going to help hour. >>> opening weekend is finally here for the orlando city soccer club, just like last year, more than 62,000 fans are expected to fill the bowl, the citrus bowl, the season. weather for it. the team held practice at the stadium today where channel 9 us. it will be the last time they'll be on the pitch before sunday. step on the field, there will be more than 60,000 fans. if you were here last year, you know how incredible that atmosphere was. but this year, the team expects to be even better. they
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Mar 10, 2016 4:30am EST
buried inches from her husband. among toes invites to the service former president george w. bush and laura bush, hillary clinton and current first lady michelle obama. barbara: it is 4:35 and 60 degrees. new trouble for blue cross blue shield of foulkenorth carolina. john: another warm one on at that point. don: a pretty warm day. we have lots of sunshine today and a check of the alert not seeing any rainfall across the carolinas today. we have ra rooms come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. with eight times more fragrance control, the new air wick scented oil warmer lets you dial up or down. for the perfect amount of fragrance. no matter the size of the room. there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. jill and ka
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Feb 16, 2016 4:30am EST
on his big brother to boost him. lying low since leaving office george w. bush is hitting the campaign trail in south carolina for general. historically south carolina has been good to the bush family. jeb bush hopes to continue the winning streak on saturday. barbara: the rhetoric on the trail is focusing on a successor for supreme court justice antonin scalia. ted cruz said he is willing to filibuster any nominee by president obama. scalia died over the weekend at a west texas ranch creating a vacancy. his body has been returned to no funeral plans announced yet. john: president obama announcing he will visit vietnam in may. he accepted the invitation from the former u.s. adversary. the trip to vietnam will coincide with his trip to asia for the international summit. barbara: russia is being blamed for a air strike on a hospital in syria. doctors without borders said it was hit four times minutes apart. seven were killed and eight are missing and presumed dead. days after it helped broker a cease-fire in syria air strikes have hit at least two hospitals and a school killing
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