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do it the old-fashioned way. we are going to beat china, japan, mexico. we are going to beat all of these countries that are taking so much of our money. >> we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. adrian: it looks like no one is dropping out despite how little they may have gotten info in new hampshire. their next step, the south carolina primary and the nevada caucus. we will see how many folks are still in this. michelle: the today show will break down the results and what it means for the rest of the race. we will have more reaction from the candidates. that begins here at 7:00. as the candidates look for the south carolina primary and the nevada caucus, count on wesh 2 news to bring coverage. jason: water is gushing into the streets of a central florida town months after a similar problem left people without water for weeks. alex villareal is live in eatonville. alex: we have not seen any cruise out here at this point, but we did see a councilman out here and he said workers will arrive by 6:30. if you look at the road he
with china, can you imagine? cara: bush has yet to respond to the attacks. he is drumming up support in south carolina with just a week pope francis is preparing to meet some of the poorest people living in mexico. the head of the roman catholic church arrived in mexico city last night. he waved to crowds along the way. he also made an unscheduled appearance outside the vatican ambassador' s residence. this is pope francis' first trip to mexico as pontiff. commercial airlines will soon be able to fly between the u.s. and cuba. starting tuesday, they' ll be able to enter bids with the department of transportation. both countries are expected to sign a formal agreement to restore air service, soon. the construction mess on 17-92 in maitland and winter park is expected to last through tomorrow. f-dot is working to lower the road under the railroad crossing bridge, so crews have closed the southbound lanes. workers hope to finish the project by monday. if they don' t, crews will be back out next weekend. the time now is 6:10 on this saturday morning. it is going to be another lovely day.
today, you will see some more cloud cover then on china right now. dave: that is right. some light sprinkles as well. more showers expected in the afternoon. we saw the exact same thing happening last week at this time. in melbourne, looking off to be used, the sun is beginning to break through a little bit. horizon for most of us. sunrise not for another half an hour roughly. we are seeing some more cloud cover along the coast, holding temperatures up a little more there. right now, 46 degrees in ocala. 50 at daytona beach. 50 in winter haven. in your day planner today, we will take you to the 50' s and into the 60' s as the cloud cover increases. some of you south of orlando will get up to 70 degrees. better chances of rain today, i will have more details, coming up. cara: we just got some breaking news into our newsroom. all eastbound lanes of i-4 are currently closed. that is due to a deadly crash. you are looking live right now at the interstate. this is on i-4 eastbound, all lanes closed because of a deadly we will continue to monitor that we get them. we are also following m
violation the u.s. and china have condemned the launch. turning to commitment 2016, it is back to the campaign trail in new hampshire after an ego smashing, democrat bashing, republican debate. the candidates set their sights on marco rubio. kim hutcherson has a recap. >> the gloves were off in new hampshire. donald trump double down on his controversial positions. >> i talked about muslims, we have a problem. nobody else wanted to mention the problem. >> this is a president, who in the wake of paris and san bernardino will not use the words medical -- radical islamic terrorism much less focus on defeating the enemy. >> you have to replace it with something that makes sense. >> they talked about north >> the next president is going to get the u.s. back in the game. >> that is what i worry about the most, nonstate actors, people who do not have a uniform. >> there were heated exchanges. >> it is a fine job, i am glad you ran for it. it does not prepare you for president. >> you did not even want to go back. i had to shane you into going back and you stayed there for 36 hours. >> donald
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