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cara: local people are a distinct for a chance to show america they have talent. they were looking for contestants all day yesterday. one contestant was the dancing grandmother group, including a 100-year-old woman. they performed a lady gaga routine. the auditions got underway at
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>> local, live, late-breaking. high definition. cara: right now on sunrise, new details in the case of a deputy, who was run-over by a teenager. we' ll hear from her husband, as detective work to locate the suspect. plus, all eyes are on south carolina. the latest efforts from republican candidates to gain support in today' s primary. good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us today on
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m cara moore. it is 6:03 and out. we have been following some areas of fog in central florida this morning trade date, is that going to be a problem -- this small running -- this morning. dave, is that going to be a problem? dave: there will be areas of reduced visibility, but it should not be too much of a problem. temperatures are mild along the coastline, it is inland where you find the fog. temperatures were able to fall down to the dew point last night. that means slightly lower visibility because of it. eight miles visibility in ocala. it is just patchy in nature. not much happening out there, in terms of radar. a little bit of cloud deck out there. we will roll into the 50' s and 60'
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that is a little bit warmer than typical for this time of year. in a few minutes, we' ll talk about racing and rodeos. we will also have your seven-day forecast. cara: a little bit of everything. dave, thank you. we begin this morning with breaking news on a deadly crash in orlando. right now, all lanes of curry ford road, between semoran boulevard and dixie belle, are shutdown. detective closed them after, they say, one person died in a crash at the intersection of curry ford and semoran, around 3:00 this morning. the road is expected to remain closed for several hours. we' ll let you know as soon as they re-open. this morning, we are now hearing from the husband of an orange county deputy, who was run over by this teenager during a traffic stop. sergeant marcy pearce tried to arrest 15-year-old jancarlos ortiz on burglary charges yesterday morning, near 436 and colonial drive. but investigators say, he tried to drive away. sergeant pearce was in the car' s path and landed on the hood.
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s amazed she was released from the hospital so quickly. >> when she came to, she didn' t know where she was. she didn' t know what was going on. she' s sitting in the middle of the street. she knows there' s blood everywhere. i don' t think i could have done this myself. cara: ortiz is wanted for attempted murder on a law enforcement officer, adding to his already violent criminal record. if you know where he is, call crimeline at 1-800-423-tips. a high school history teacher in lake county, accused of having sex with a student, will go before a judge today. police arrested marshall jungreis at his home yesterday afternoon. detectives say, they interviewed him on thursday, where he admitted to being with the student, but denied any sexual activity. officers say, he met the student through an adult website. the victim told police, jungreis picked her up in november and drove her to east ridge high school, where they had sex. he is being held in jail without bond.
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orlando police are investigating a stabbing that sent a security guard to the hospital. investigators tell us, it happened at a vacation lodge hotel on around 10:00 last -- at around 10:00 last night. that' the guard is expected to survive. violent crime scene unit is on as soon as we learn more, we' ll bring it to you. this morning, one of the suspects accused in a deadly mass shooting inside an orlando night club is out on bond for a second time. this is video of 21-year-old jose lopez being taken to jail on thursday. he has been arrested twice in the glitz ultra lounge shooting earlier from this month. -- from earlier this month. lopez has been charged with firing a gun inside the club. luis cruz nazario was also arrested yesterday. he is now charged with attempted murder. two people died in the shooting. 10 others were injured.
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heard in south carolina in today' s republican presidential primary. wesh 2' s adrian whitsett is in greenville with a look at what we can expect. adrian: today is primary day in south carolina. the first in the south primary. we saw a little bit of everything on riding, during the campaign. we saw local calls from one campaign. another campaign talking about the confederate flag. we also saw a lot of candidates talking about dirty politics. really, it was just a call from candidates to voters, trying to secure these lucrative national delegates. in a packed hall in central south carolina, jeb bush tried to persuade voters to his side. if it works, he could of been marco rubio for third. that he could unseat marco rubio for the third-place see. we --
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adrian: rubio also spoke of the 10th amendment. his clemson event was cut a few minutes short, when someone felt ill and needed medical attention. marco rubio prayed, and thanked those who showed up. [indiscernible] adrian: as we have continued to see, the top two in the polls , ted cruz and donald trump, they continue to go after each other. donald trump: even marco rubio said that he is a liar. when a politician said another politician is a liar, i' ve never heard that before. adrian: ted cruz fired back, saying that as president israel would not remain neutral. millions of attack ads are over for them.
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this race will be decided by friend to friend, neighbor to neighbor, pastor the pastor. adrian: ted cruz is attending justice antonin scalia is -- antonin scalia' s funeral this morning. john kasich will be in massachusetts, everyone else will be in south carolina for primary day. there is -- there are a lot of questions still remaining. mainly, will marco rubio and jeb bush do well enough to propel themselves forward for the florida primary. that all remains to be seen. in greenville, south carolina, i' m adrian whitsett for wesh 2 new sunrise. cara: do not forget to follow adrian' s reporting on air and online today. he' ll be live with the results of the race, and the final push for votes up until the last ballot has been cast.
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starting this afternoon, on wesh two news at 6. this morning, apple is taking heat from the justice department for not following a judge' s order. a judge ordered the company to unlock the i-phone of one of the san bernardino attackers. but apple says, the order could hurt the privacy of millions of customers. now the department is saying apple is designing its products to allow technology, rather than the law, to access critical data. a hearing is set for march 22nd. new this morning, the white house is hoping mentors will help stop students from skipping class. the obama administration announced plans for the success the program' s goal is to connect more than 1 million students, who miss a lot of class time, with mentors who will keep them in class. it will begin with students in grades six through nine in low-income school districts. a local family calling for justice following the death of two brothers in orlando. shots were fired at a metrowest
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sunday. 34-year-old antonio shay jones and his 16-year-old brother christian were both killed. police say, it was not a random act. the family believes somebody knows, and they' re asking for -- somebody knows who did it, and they' re asking for information that can lead to an arrest. >> please, we are pleading with you. we need your help. we need closure. we need answers to this senseless crime. cara: if you know anything about the shooting, call crimeline at 1-800 423-tips. happening today, sanford police will be working to highlight the importance of community assistance when it comes to solving crimes. they are holding a stop the silence event at 10:00 this morning at their department. they are looking to solve cases like the 2010 shooting death of dennis andre williams. police haven' t been able gather
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speak up. race fans are already buzzing about this weekend' s big daytona 500. one of the first race events, the nextera energy resources 250 was held last night. the nascar xfinity series race will be held tonight. and then the great american race, the daytona 500, will take place tomorrow. if the rodeo is more your scene, then you might make plans to head over to kissimmee today. the silver spurs rodeo, also known as the largest rodeo east of the mississippi, will be going on all weekend. it' s been an osceola county tradition since 1944. it features everything from team roping to mutton bustin' . the event lasts through sunday. if you are going to the rodeo or headed over to the daytona, the weather looks good for outdoor activities today. dave: it certainly does. disney has a big 10k going on right now. the boating is not too bad at all. look at downtown orlando.
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that is just delightful to see. it is a beautiful morning with chapters in the 50' s. 55 degrees in orlando right now. a north wind coming in at three miles per hour. a couple of areas are seeing some misty fog developing. 60 degrees in melbourne. an onshore breeze is holding temperatures up along the coast line. we' ve an eight mile visibility in ocala. some very around. we will see more of it tomorrow morning. great outlook for central florida. offshore. you can see the pushing towards the coast line. that will be our biggest weather feature throughout the day today. i think we will see mostly sunny skies today. temperatures eventually getting in the upper 70' s. cara: all right, they, thank you. new developments in the flint,
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officials say the conditions are improving. but first, red light cameras have been a controversial addition to many city intersections. one woman even decided to sue because of them. and the results of that legal battle could affect you. that' s next. spokesbox: go paperless, don't stress, girl i got the discounts that you need safe driver accident-free everybody put your flaps
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cara: a new court ruling is now in effect, saying those red light ticket citations are illegal. but it doesn' t apply to every driver. wesh 2' s matt lupoli tells us how the new ruling affects you. >> you know nobody' s happy, when they get one of these tickets. matt: attorney kelli hastings wasn' t happy about her own red-light ticket, so she took it to court. >> like a lot people, citizens in orlando, it just feels like there' s something inherently wrong about these cameras. and the more i look into it, the more i' m convinced that there is something wrong with it. matt: hastings argued that the current practice isn' t lawful, since an out of state company, american traffic solutions, reviews red light tickets, then decides which recordings to send off to the city of orlando. a circuit court judge agreed, saying it' s a misuse of power and and a violation itself of florida law. orlando city officials disagree with that. the city maintains the court' s
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case, saying, in a statement, it just dismisses this indivual' s specific violation. wesh 2 legal analyst richard hornsby says, that interpretation stops short of the ruling' s real affect. >> going forward, any red light tickets issued recently are subject to dismissal. and if the person moves to dismiss it the city of orlando , is going to have to go back to the drawing board to determine how they issue these red-light camera tickets. most importantly, they' ll have to have someone employed by the city of orlando police department reviewing these red-light infractions and issuing these infractions from the very beginning. >> i' ve been telling people for a long time not to pay them and to try to argue this police power issue. now we have a lot of fuel for , that argument now that we' ve got this president. cara: hastings says she hopes this issue will soon be decided by florida' s highest court, that way, a blanket decision can make
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municipalities. new details on the flint water crisis. officials say the new lead-removal filters are working. the u.s. environmental protection agency says new water samples confirm it. the agency still recommends flint residents use filters in their homes. pregnant women and kids under the age of six should stick to drinking bottled water. new this morning, former subway spokesperson jared fogle wants a judge to cut his prison time. he is serving time for paying underage girls for sex and possesion of child porn. fogle asked a federal appeals court to shorten his sentence. his attorney says, the judge gave him a sentence three-years longer than what the prosecutors asked for in a plea deal. amtrak is looking to expand its service with possible stops along the florida panhandle.
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cara: the route takes passengers from jacksonville to new orleans. yesterday amtrak officials , checked out the tracks, near panama city, to see which places could benefit the most from possible stops. happening today, you can voice your opinion on the status of florida' s iconic manatees. florida and wildlife is holding a meeting to discuss the proposal to change the west indian manatees' status from endangered to threatened. they say, its because their population continues to grow and they are not extinct anymore. the meeting is at buena vista convention center starting at 3:00 this afternoon. dave: we had some cold weather recently. at blue springs, i think we had a hundred of those manatees. there are a couple places as satellite beach, we can see them. what they are doing? ok, you do. they are
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you will not have to do that today. if you are going out to the speedway today, even though temperatures are in the 70' s, it might still get cooler later in the day. perhaps, you should bring a light jacket. we are looking at temperatures in the mid-70' s in daytona. it is 59 degrees right now at the world' s most famous beach. getting ready for america' s greatest race tomorrow. 45 degrees currently in ocala. 67 at cocoa beach. have this onshore component to the wind, bringing some clouds into play. it is much milder along the immediate coastline. there is that cloud deck. it will continue to move inland. as we get to the day, it should begin to break and clear. which is partly cloudy skies throughout the afternoon. otherwise, i nice afternoon. textures that temperatures in the middle to upper 70' s. tomorrow, we will expect to see some were clouds in the
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it is going to be tuesday into wednesday, when we have showers pushing across the central peninsula. maybe a couple rumbles of thunder on wednesday. after that, we should see cooler weather building on in into the weekend. 76 is architected high in the villages today. 75 at salt springs. 77 at longwood. over at the coastline, 73 at new smyrna beach. 74 at cocoa beach. heading out to orange county, we are looking at 75 degrees at noon time. by the late afternoon, we should be at about 74 degrees. it is a beautiful day to be out and about in central florida. a warm afternoon, 64 degrees. it should be a pleasant evening. a light jacket not necessarily out of the question. if it more swell in the water
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a bit choppy and bumpy. your seven-day forecast, again, we are looking at rather warm, pleasant weather. if you clouds out there. it is actually, downright hot for this time of year. i will have more on what is happening in your neighborhood, coming up. cara: 6:24 now. the solar bears taking on fuel, and firefighters taking on cops. will explain next in sports. plus the u.s. women' s soccer , team is going to rio this summer. the famous hat trick of one very familiar player that scored our
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olympics. cara: new this morning. the u.s. women' s soccer team is headed to the olympics in rio, and it' s all thanks to the orlando pride' s alex morgan. she scored three goals in a game against the trinidad and tobago team yesterday. all with her famous header. the world cup champions are now looking to score their fourth olympic gold. team usa will face off against canada tomorrow in the tournament' s final match. happening today, solar bears are taking on indy fuel but firefighters will take on cops beforehand.
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face off against other local law enforcement agencies in a guns and horses game. tickets are $15 and include admission to the solar bears game. that game starts at 2:00 at the amway. later tonight, the solar bears are welcoming indy fuel. the puck drops at 7:00. tickets are still available. key contests in the race for the white house. next in our half-hour, the new challenges presidential candidates are facing as voters cast ballots in nevada and south carolina. and, the land of lost luggage. airlines lose millions of your belongings every year. next, a wesh 2 news exclusive
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>> local, live, late-breaking. high definition. cara: right now on sunrise. a security guard is sent to the hospital, after a stabbing at a local hotel. the overnight developments as detectives continue to investigate. and, pushing for support.
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in south carolina. cara: good saturday morning, everybody. thanks for joining us on sunrise. i' m cara moore. we have a lot of activities this weekend in central floor. the weather looks to be collaborating -- cooperating, dave. dave: we may see a few more clout than we would like to see today, but otherwise i cannot complain. we have a crew should import at this hour. temperatures are rather pleasant up and down the space coast. 60 degrees is what we' re seeing in melbourne. 67 degrees at cocoa beach. 45 in ocala. 55 in orlando. 56 in sanford at this hour. we have had a slight this morning. it should not be a big, big issue. we still have about 50 minutes before the sun comes up. so, we will keep some happy
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it should still be a beautiful day today. characters getting into the middle to upper 70 today along the i-4 corridor. you' re looking at 72 or 75 degrees in brevard. your seven-day forecast, coming up. cara: dave, thank you. breaking news in orange county, all lanes of curry ford road are shut down, because of a deadly crash. orlando police tell us the crash happened on the intersection of semoran boulevard and curry ford, around 3:00 this morning. they tell us, a car crashed, and the driver died on scene. curry ford road will remain closed from semoran to dixie belle for several hours. as soon as it reopens, we' ll bring you an update on air and online. a high school history teacher in lake county, accused of having sex with a student, will go before a judge today. police arrested marshall jungreis at his home yesterday afternoon. detective say, they interviewed him on thursday, where he admitted to being with the student, but denied any sexual activity.
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through an adult website. the victim told police, jungreis picked her up in november and drove her to east ridge high school, where they had sex. he is being held in jail without bond. cara: new from overnight, we are working to get more information about a stabbing that sent a security guard to the hospital. investigators tell us, it happened at a vacation lodge hotel at around 10:00 last night. that' s on south orange blossom trail. the guard is expected to survive. the violent crime scene unit is on scene investigating. as soon as we learn more, we' ll bring it to you. this morning, we are now hearing from the husband of an orange county deputy, who was run over by a 15-year-old during a traffic stop. sergeant marcy pearce tried to arrest jancarlos ortiz on burglary charges yesterday morning, near 436 and colonial drive. but investigators say, he tried to drive away. sergeant pearce was in the car' s path and landed on the hood.
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the hospital and is recovering from a fractured foot. he husband, sergeant paul -- her husband, sergeant paul smalley, says they hope ortiz is caught soon. >> when she came to, she did not know where she was or what was going on. she was sitting in the middle of the street. blood was everywhere. i do not think i could' ve gone through this myself. cara: ortiz is wanted for attempted murder on a law enforcement officer. if you know where he is, call crimeline at 1-800-423-tips. we want to give you some perspective on jancarlos ortiz' s criminal history. although he' s only 15-years-old, he' s built up a lengthy rap sheet. he has seven charges in orange county alone in the past few months. ortiz was busted for burglary last september. less than a month later, he was arrested for grand theft and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. and just last month, he was taken in for car burglary in osceola county. he was one of four teens busted in that case. we' ll continue to cover the
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ortiz on air and online. check the wesh 2 news app for up-to the-minute reports in the palm of your hand. this morning, detectives are waiting on permission to drain a retention pond, where they believe they might find the body of a newborn girl, known as baby willow. detectives spent much of yesterday looking through the pond, not far from where they found the placenta at the willow bend apartments in orlando. divers pulled out plenty of weeds, garbage, and other vegetation, but found no sign of the girl. police say, susan richardson gave birth to the baby girl sometime on monday, but has not told detectives what happened to the infant. investigators say, they have found more human remains in the woods off u.s. 92 and red john road, west of daytona beach. the discovery was made yesterday. this comes after a surveyor found part of a skeleton on thursday. the search is on hold until next week, because deputies need
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all the thick brush. happening today. a local group will gather in front of orlando city hall in support of a new york police officer, convicted of shooting an unarmed man. it' s part of a peaceful nationwide protest by the asian , pacific islander american public affairs association. they claim, officer peter liang was not properly trained for his patrol in 2014. liang was patrolling a stairwell, when, he says, he unintentionally fired his weapon after being startled. a man below him was shot and killed. the group says, his death was a tragic accident. now to commitment 2016. today, voters in nevada and south carolina weigh-in on the 2016 race for the white house. nikole killion is in washington with the details. nikole: in nevada, bernie
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get out as the -- at the democratic caucus. >> nevada will be helpful in assessing how the rest of the nation feels about the credit raise, because the demographics are rather similar. nikole: minorities make up a majority of the electorate in the silver state, compared to buy what and man -- new hampshire. -- compared to iowa and new hampshire. that includes hispanics, who make up about 24% of the potential voter electorate. >> we have worked on a very aggressive voter registration campaign, to make your that those who want to vote are registered. nikole: meanwhile, in the south, a new study found that south carolina' s christians make up a large block. that leads to an all-out that' ll donald trump and ted cruz. >> in donald trump does well with those voters, it will be a
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nikole: in a few days, both parties will do it all over again. democrats will hold their primaries next saturday, while republicans will caucus in nevada on this coming tuesday. in washington, i' m nikole killion reporting. cara: do not forget to follow adrian whitsett' s reporting on air and online today. he' ll be live with the results of the race, and the final push for votes up until the last ballot has been cast. you can catch his reports starting this afternoon, on wesh 2 news at 6:00. family, friends, and fellow justices will gather today, to say goodbye to late supreme court justice antonin scalia. president obama and fellow justices were seen paying their respects to him yesterday. he will be laid to rest at the national basilica in washington, d.c. vice president joe biden will also be attending. new details this morning on the sightseeing helicopter that was
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[helicopter crashing] cara: moments before it went down on thursday, the pilot says he noticed there was a problem, and alerted air traffic control that he was going down. the chopper was pulled out of the water yesterday. this is new video of the salvage operation. the ntsb is now inspecting the aircraft, but the investigation is expected to take months. three people were injured in the crash. a wesh 2 news exclusive. tracking down your lost luggage. we' re talking about everything from suitcases to i-pads, golf clubs, jewelry, you name it. wesh 2' s greg fox discovered the secret place where your vanishing valuables get a second chance, and explains why airlines are still losing tons of your belongings. greg: you trust airlines to make sure your luggage ends up where you' re going. but the not-so-merry go-round of baggage has left a lot of passengers empty-handed.
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looking everywhere for it. and it just never showed up. >> yeah. it' s like, how can that happen? where are they? greg: with 1.5 million suitcases and other items lost by airlines in the u.s. each year, there' s no guarantee you' ll get them back. your loss could be someone else' s gain. we traveled 600 miles to a unique store. unclaimed baggage in scottsboro, alabama. the size of a walmart, it' s the world' s biggest lost and found. it was lost in flight, and you could not be found, the airlines send it here to be sold. sporting goods, like a new kids bike that never made it home for christmas? got it. cameras from vacation? check. tablets, computers, phones? check it out. and clothing? formal, casual, athletic, every style, every size. the most expensive item? a $43,000 diamond and gold
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s a steal at half the price. it' s also a museum, with collectibles too rare to sell, a -- to sell. like, believe it, a full suit of medieval armor. every bag is a potential gold mine. think about this, there are roughly the same number of passengers traveling per day in the u.s, about 2 million, as there were 10 years ago. airlines are raking in 3.5 -- airlines are discouraging people from bringing bags on board, charging fees every year. on top of that since 2007, , airlines have reduced the incidents of mishandled bags by 61%. so why, then, is this store thriving? easy. more people are bringing carry-ons to avoid paying checked-bag fees, and forgetting them. >> in the rush to get off the plane with the bag you chose to carry on rather than check, you
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backseat pocket. greg it' s a hit with locals. : like kevin simmons and his family. >> instead of shopping on amazon and looking through 50,000 items, you come in here and touch it, feel it. greg and with more than a : million tourists a year, it' s alabama' s top attraction. it' s on people' s bucket lists. despite the airlines' best efforts to make sure you and your bags end up in the same place. greg fox, wesh 2 news. cara: the best way to prevent the permanent loss of your luggage invaluable' s and flight identification inside and out. place your name on electronics, and, if you really want to be sure you can invest in high tech , tracking chips for your bags and other items. dave: i packed a couple of items just last week.
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cara: what if you walk in and you see your own longings -- belongings? dave: well, do not travel with anything you cannot afford to lose. it' ll be a pretty nice day outside today. if you clouds around central florida. the cloud deck should begin to break up. 53 degrees at lakeland. six degrees for the melbourne area. all in all, a nice forecast in the central florida area. 48 degrees in western. 52 in claremont. 54 degrees in kenansville. 55 degrees at port st. john. we are heading into the middle to upper 70' s.
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cara: dave, thank you. the trucks take center stage at the daytona speedway. while the new-look magic try to begin their post all-star schedule on a high note. next in sports, patt takes us to the nail-biting game between the magic and the mavericks as a
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pat: scott skiles says his orlando magic needs to finish 20 and 10 if they want to stay in the playoffs. orlando has some new faces , as they hosted the mavericks last night. they have one of nine straight against the magic in orlando. a rested magic pain -- team showed up for the game. a three here for him. a big double-double. both new players saw action early and contribute in. orlando had a 21 point lead early.
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dirt of and ski a late jumper. the magic ties. the game went to overtime. a big three to make it 103 -- 104-101. a big ot win coming out of the all-star break for the magic. 110-104 was the final. the appetizers before the main event on sunday. last night, a big race for the camping truck series. you never know what is going to happen in these particular races. this is what i mean. with eight laps to go, trouble was on its way. a lot of cars were involved in this one. everyone was ok, but it was a junkyard mess that brought out the red flag so they could get every thing up.
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the finish also saw a scary moment. watch this wreck. the ford truck of christopher bell, tumbling into turn one. over and over he goes. this was quite frightening. the caution flag comes out. the race was over and johnny sauter was the winner. here is the best news to come out of all of this. as the for bell walked away from that rack. -- christopher bell walked away from that accident. he told his car, as you know, in a thursday night dual wreck. he was in a bracket -- backup card yesterday. he had the fifth fastest lap in the second practice session yesterday. that meant little to him. >> you do not really know until you get into traffic. we seemed to have pretty good speed.
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like it was as good as other cars. these guys all build great race cars. i feel bad for wrecking them all. i appreciate the work they are doing. pat: college baseball season began last night. ucf scored five runs in the ninth inning. stetson fell at home to delaware. 6-1 was the final there. that is a look at sports. i am pat clarke. have a great weekend everybody. cara: the first official case of zika virus is now confirmed in orange county. the total number of zika cases are now 26 in the sunshine state. they are all travel related. the carrier of the zika virus -- the mosquito that carries the zika virus is in florida, but no one seems to have contracted it here locally. another virus going around right now, cases of the flu have
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four and a half percent of emergency room and urgent care visits were due to the flu. that is up from this time last year. officials say these are considered moderate levels, and they are expected for this time of year. experts recommend getting a check up often, and get a flu shot, if you have not already. >> this flu is the worst u.s. felt for about 10 days -- is the worst you have probably felt ever for 10 days. do you really want that, or do you want to just get a flu shot? dave: i think dr. todd put it into perspective there, didn' t he? the worst you are ever going to feel for 10 days. 10 holidays. give -- 10 whole days.
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we have a flu cash -- few clouds around at this hour. moz was in the 50' s. if you along the coast are in the 60' s. -- most of us are in the 50' s this morning. a few of you at the coast are in the 60' s. 54 at hunters creek. 54 degrees at lakeland. the flow is at 56 degrees. six eq currently in a rockledge. 67 at melbourne beach. 62 degrees in rockledge. we are looking at pretty mild temperatures across the country. 55 degrees where we are. not so bad really. the northeastern states, that is where the most active weather is right now. it is going to be a kind of
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high pressure to our north. we talked about the clouds a few moments ago. there is stretching out into the atlantic ocean. it will continue to push in on the coast line. from the afternoon hours, the cloud deck should begin to break up. it will be on the warm side for this time of year, with highs in the middle to upper 70' s. tomorrow, some showers to the south. mostly cloudy skies. on tuesday, we will talk about a final boundary moving in -- funnel boundary moving in. which has a much cooler weather by the end of the week. 75 your high in salt springs. 77 degrees back at winter haven. 75 degrees today at deltona. not be quite as warm.
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74 at palm bay. a lot going on today. some clouds broke the morning hours it into the afternoon as well. low to middle 70' s. in the evening hours, it will be of little -- a little on the cool side. you might want a light jacket for that. the beach and boating forecast, two to three feet offshore swell for boaters. a light chop as well. we have a good looking we can forecast for only a few clouds out there at this hour. cara:
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>> local, live, late-breaking. this is wesh 2 news sunrise in high definition. cara: right now on sunrise. new details in the case of a deputy, who was run-over by a teenager. we' ll hear from her husband, as detectives work to locate the suspect. plus, all eyes are on south
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the latest efforts from republican candidates to gain support in today' s primary. good saturday morning, everyone. thank you for joining us today on sunrise. i' m cara moore. it should be a pretty nice saturday outside today. we are tracking some clouds in central florida. though, if that is the worst we have to complain about -- dave: yes, we will have some cloud cover which should begin to break up over the course of the day. we have the wind coming off the atlantic with some nice marine cloud deck, coming in over the coast line. overcast in volusia right now. the overcast extends all the way east to eastern parts of the seminole county. we should begin to see some rate in the cloud deck out to the west -- breaks in the cloud deck out to the west. we will eventually head into the 70'
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i will have more on your forecast in just a few minutes. cara: dave, thank you. we begin this morning with breaking news on a deadly crash in orlando. right now, all lanes of curry ford road, between semoran boulevard and dixie belle, are shutdown. detective closed them after, they say, one person died in a crash at the intersection of curry ford and semoran, around 3:00 this morning. it is not clear what led to the accident. we will bring you more information, as soon as it becomes available. this morning, we are now hearing from the husband of an orange county deputy, who was run over by this teenager during a traffic stop. sergeant marcy pearce tried to arrest 15-year-old jancarlos ortiz on burglary charges yesterday morning, near 436 and colonial drive. but investigators say, he tried to drive away. sergeant pearce was in the car' s path and landed on the hood. her husband, sergeant paul smalley, says he' s amazed she was released from the hospital so quickly. >> when she came to, she didn' t know where she was. she didn' t know what was going on. she' s sitting in the middle of the street. she knows there'
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everywhere. i don' t think i could have done this myself. cara: ortiz is wanted for attempted murder of a law enforcement officer, adding to his already violent criminal record. if you know where he is, call crimeline at 1-800-423-tips. a high school history teacher in lake county, accused of having sex with a student, will go before a judge today. police arrested marshall jungreis at his home yesterday afternoon. detectives say, they interviewed him on thursday, where he admitted to being with the student, but denied any sexual activity. officers say, he met the student through an adult website. the victim told police, jungreis picked her up in november and drove her to east ridge high school, where they had sex. he is being held in jail without bond. new from overnight. orlando police are investigating a stabbing that sent a security guard to the hospital.
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happened at a vacation lodge hotel at around 10:00 last night. that' s on south orange blossom trail. survive. the violent crime scene unit is on scene investigating. ll bring it to you. this morning, one of the suspects accused in a deadly mass shooting, inside an orlando night club, is out on bond for a second time. this is video of 21-year-old jose lopez being taken to jail on thursday. he has been arrested twice in the glitz ultra lounge shooting from earlier this month. lopez has been charged with firing a gun inside the club. luis cruz nazario was also arrested yesterday. he is now charged with attempted murder. two people died in the shooting. 10 others were injured. now to commitment 2016. voters will make their voices heard in south carolina in today' s republican residential primary -- presidential primary. wesh 2' s adrian whitsett is in
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we can expect. adrian: today is a primary day in south carolina. we saw a little bit of everything on friday, during the campaign. we saw local calls from one campaign. another campaign talking about the confederate flag. we also saw a lot of candidates talking about 30 politics. it was a call from kenneth to voters, trying to secure these lucrative national delegates. in a packed hall in central, south carolina, jeb bush was once again trying to persuade voters to his side. if it works, he could take third place over marco rubio in the palmetto state. jeb bush: transportation back to the states. education back to the states. across the board -- adrian: marco rubio also spoke of the 10th amendment. the one that limits federal power and leaves things up to the states.
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rubio prayed and thanked those who showed up to his event. [indiscernible] adrian: as we have continued to see, ted cruz and donald trump went after each other. donald trump: he is just the biggest liar i have ever seen. even marco rubio said that he is a liar. when a politician says another politician is a liar, i have i felt so good. adrian: ted cruz fired back. he told voters that they -- the days of attack ads are over. : this race will be decided friend to friend. pastor to pastor.
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attending antonin scalia' s funeral today in d.c.. he' ll be coming back tonight for his party. the latest polls show dr. ben carson and get plastered john kasich is just ahead of him. john kasich will be in massachusetts. the rest of the republican race candidates will stay in south carolina. will marco rubio and jeb bush do well enough to propel himself -- themselves forward for the next couple of months. for wesh 2 news, i am asian with that. -- adrian whit sett. cara: you can catch adrian' s reports this afternoon, on wesh 2 news at 6:00. this morning, apple is taking
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order. a judge ordered the company to unlock the i-phone of one of the san bernardino attackers. but apple says, the order could hurt the privacy of millions of customers. now the department is saying apple is designing its products to allow technology, rather than the law, to access critical data. a hearing is set for march 22nd. new this morning, the white house is hoping mentors will help stop students from skipping class. the obama administration announced plans for the success mentors initiative yesterday. the program' s goal is to connect more than 1 million students, who miss a lot of class time, with mentors who will keep them in class. it will begin with students in grades six through nine in low-income school districts. race fans are already buzzing about this weekend for the big daytona 500. one of the first race events, the nextera energy resources 250 was held last night. the nascar xfinity series race will be held tonight. and then the great american race, the daytona 500, will take place tomorrow. if the rodeo is more your scene,
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head over to kissimmee today. the silver spurs rodeo, also known as the largest rodeo east of the mississippi, will be going on all weekend. it' s been an osceola county tradition since 1944. it features everything from team roping to mutton bustin' . the event lasts through sunday. it will be a nice way, whether you are at the speedway or the rodeo. here is a live shot looking over i-4, downtown orlando there in the distance. date, we have some cloud cover in parts of central florida, but it should be burning off eventually? adrian: dave: -- dave: that is exactly right. we do see some clouds to the south and east right now. at the coastline, it is rather overcast. as we look towards winter park and the maitland area, we see lots of blue sky out there.
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more sunshine at this hour. the cloud that is more at the coastal community' s. -- communities. it is a beautiful day to be out and about in central florida. take the dog for a walk, maybe take a nice long bike ride. 51 degrees in melbourne right now. that is that onshore flow. 77 eventually in orlando. the class will take a good bit of the morning to begin to break and clear. cara: thank you, day. we will check back in with you in a little bit. new developments in the flint, michigan water crisis. officials say the conditions are improving. but red light cameras have been first, a controversial addition to many city intersections.
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because of them. cara: a new court ruling is now in effect, saying those red light ticket citations are but it doesn' t apply to every driver. wesh 2'
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how the new ruling affects you. >> you know nobody' s happy, when they get one of these tickets. matt: attorney kelli hastings wasn' t happy about her own red-light ticket, so she took it to court. >> like a lot people, citizens in orlando, it just feels like there' s something inherently wrong about these cameras. and the more i look into it, the more i' m convinced that there is something wrong with it. matt: hastings argued that the current practice isn' t lawful, since an out of state company, american traffic solutions, reviews red light tickets, then decides which recordings to send off to the city of orlando. a circuit court judge agreed, saying it' s a misuse of power and and a violation itself of florida law. orlando city officials disagree with that. the city maintains the court' s opinion only applies to this case, saying, in a statement, it just dismisses this indivual' s -- individuals specific violation. wesh 2 legal analyst richard hornsby says, that interpretation stops short of the ruling' s real affect. >> going forward, any red light tickets issued recently are subject to dismissal.
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have to go back to the drawing board to determine how they issue these red-light camera tickets. most importantly, they' ll have to have someone, employed by the city of orlando police department, reviewing these red-light infractions and issuing these infractions from the very beginning. >> i' ve been telling people for a long time not to pay them, and to try to argue this police power issue. now, we have a lot of fuel for that argument, now that we' ve got this precedent. matt: matt lupoli, wesh 2 news. cara: hastings says, she hopes this issue will soon be decided by florida' s highest court. that way, a blanket decision can make the law clear for municipalities. ford is making sure your ride goes smoothly. the automaker is expanding it' s pothole-detection technology into the new 2017 fusion v6 sport. that feature detects when the car is running over a pot-hole, and adjusts the shock absorbers to keep the tire from drooping down. right now, it' s only available in ford' s expedition and lincoln
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new sanctions against north korea are now law. president obama signed off on the regulations thursday. the sanctions are punishment for kim jong-un' s regime, after launching several nuclear and missile tests. the measures freeze the assets of anyone doing business related to north korea' s nuclear or weapons programs. new details on the flint water crisis, officials say the new lead-removal filters are working. the u.s. environmental protection agency says new water samples confirm it. the agency still recommends flint residents use filters in their homes. pregnant women and kids under the age of six should stick to drinking bottled water. new this morning, former subway spokesperson jared fogle wants a judge to cut his prison time. he is serving time for paying underage girls for sex and possesion of child porn. fogle asked a federal appeals court to shorten his sentence. his attorney says, the judge gave him a sentence three-years
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asked for in a plea deal. amtrak is looking to expand its service with possible stops along the florida panhandle. >> train blows whistle :11> -- [train whistle] cara: the route takes passengers from jacksonville to new orleans. yesterday amtrak officials checked out the tracks, near panama city, to see which places could benefit the most from possible stops. happening today, you can voice your opinion on the status of florida' s iconic manatees. florida and wildlife is holding a meeting to discuss the proposal to change the west indian manatees' status from endangered to threatened. they say, its because their population continues to grow and they are not extinct anymore. the meeting is at buena vista convention center starting at 3:00 this afternoon. this morning these puppies are , safe and sound thanks to miami fire rescuers. firefighters pulled the pups
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building. the dogs suffered from smoke inhalation but crews did their , best to save them. >> seeing that they were in severe distress our crews started using the pet masks that , we keep on the trucks and started administrating oxygen and actually starting to treat these puppies, trying to save them. cara: the dogs are now doing ok, but officials say four more puppies are still missing. this weekend. at daytona. with all of them. the names are so confusing. cara: there are so many of them. the race this weekend. cara: will it be your first time? dave: it will be.
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dave: all right, we are looking at volusia county right now. we do see some clouds. we also see some rakes out there. temperatures -- breaks out there. temperatures at 59 degrees right now. we have some more clear skies. that is allowing temperatures to fall a little further. we are taking chances to enhance the cloud deck on this particular image. you can see they are pretty darn thing in brevard county. more breaks in volusia and flagler county. the further west, the more son. that will be the case throughout the morning. the thicker cloud deck should begin to break and clear as we work into the afternoon hours. all in all, a nice day, with a nice breeze. your futurecast for sunday and
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on monday and tuesday, we will talk about some showers in the forecast. on wednesday, unit -- and evening hours, we will have a cold front coming on by. on thursday morning, the skies should clear for some much cooler weather. today, bush know it' s in at 76 degrees. 77 at winter park. 77 at kissimmee and ocoee as well. flagler beach coming in at 71 degrees. around noon time, temperatures in the mid-70' s. 74 degrees for your late afternoon. mostly sunny skies out there. the gates will open at osceola county fair to a mature of clouds and sun. it should be a nice evening, overall. for anything you want to do in
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we have an onshore wind, coming in at about 10 miles per hour. for servers, there is a bit of a chop on the water. the swells are beginning to slowly drop. very warm on monday and tuesday. some cool weather back in the forecast by the end of the work week. cara: dave, thank you. solar bears taking on indy fuel and firefighters taking on cops we' ll explain, next. plus the u.s. women' s soccer , team is going to rio this summer. the famous hat trick of one very familiar player that scored our team the spot in the summer
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i don't know what i'm doing. i can't find anything just when i think it's just not going to work. this woman that works there comes over and asks can i help you? and he was so happy, to do it amazing right?
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would have thought that anyone would find that do that. make that go out of their way for me. right then, right there i couldn't believe it he was so helpful i know it's such a small thing little thing. simple thing but it made me smile made me happy made my day share your story. publix. where shopping
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cara: after dozens of cases of hoverboards catching fire, the federal government is now calling them unsafe. hoverboards have been blamed for at least 50 fires in 24 states, including florida. the consumer product safety commission says, the problem is with the devices' lithium-ion battery.
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companies that either make or sell the tech toys, saying any hoverboards that don' t meet federal safety standards will face a recall or be seized. new this morning. the u.s. women' s soccer team is headed to the olympics in rio, and it' s all thanks to the orlando pride' s alex morgan. she scored three goals in a game against the trinidad and tobago team yesterday. all with her famous header. the world cup champions are now looking to score their fourth olympic gold. team usa will face off against canada tomorrow in the tournament' s final match. happening today, solar bears are taking on indy fuel, but firefighters will take on cops beforehand. orange county fire and rescue local law enforcement agencies in a guns and horses game. tickets are $15, and include admission to the solar bears game. that game begins at 2:00 p.m. and later tonight, the solar bears are welcoming indy fuel.
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tickets are still available. key contests in the race for the white house. next, the new challenges presidential candidates are facing as voters cast ballots in nevada and south carolina. and, the land of lost luggage. airlines lose millions of your belongings every year. next, a wesh 2 news exclusive tour of the world' s biggest lost-and-found. dave: beautiful weather for most of us in central florida. some cloud cover is around right now in brevard county. it should be clinid good morning, good morning, hello, my name is patricia rodriguez. good morning governor, counsel, and jim allen. good morning i think it's still the most
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thing we can do for any family in this state is to create an opportunity for them to get a job. i'm a single mother of three. i've been working for the seminole tribe for fifteen years now. this company has given me the opportunity to provide for my children. how does it make you feel when you worry about whether this compact gets signed? if the compact isn't signed, then it does affect me tremendously because i would be out of a job. a month ago my sister passed away. she have children? how many? five. so are you taking care of them? yes. this compact not being signed would affect me and many people that have grown with me at this company. if would affect them immensely. jobs for florida.
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>> local, live, liberating. this is wesh 2 news sunrise in high definition. cara: right now on sunrise, a security guard is sent to the hospital after a stabbing at a local hotel. the overnight developments as detectives continue to investigate. and pushing for support. what republican candidates are doing ahead of today' doing ahead of today' s primary in south carolina. and the latest moves from democrats in nevada. good saturday morning thanks for , joining us. i' m cara moore. it is 7:30 on the dot, and a little cloudy, depending on where you are waking up. dave: it'
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more sunshine , ocala is looking good with sunshine even along the i-four corridor. in brevard county, it' s not the most wonderful of mornings in terms of a sunny sunrise. but it is pleasant, 71 degrees. we are looking at a day with temperatures eventually getting up into the middle and even upper 70' s. ocala and 46. when skies are clear overnight, the earth gives a petite readily. where you had clear conditions, unit cold conditions. where you have cloud cover, especially low clouds like right here in brevard county, that' s a location where the earth can' t give a petite very quickly. that' s exactly what would seem. visibility is not a huge concern, ocala down to three miles. some patchy fog. dave j can you and the middle 70' s. even upper 70' s around central florida. cara: looks good, dave. we continue to follow breaking
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lanes of curry ford road, between semoran boulevard and dixie belle, are shut down because of a deadly crash. a crash killed one. it' s not clear what led to the crash, we will bring you more information as soon as becomes available. a high school history teacher in lake county, accused of having sex with a student, will go before a judge today. police arrested marshall jungreis at his home yesterday afternoon. detective say they interviewed him on thursday where he admitted to being with the student, but denied any sexual activity. officers say he met the student through an adult website. the victim told police jungreis picked her up in november and drove her to east ridge high school, where they had sex. he is being held in jail without bond. new from overnight, we are working to get more information about a stabbing that sent a security guard to the hospital. investigators tell us it happened at a "vacation lodge" hotel on around ten last night.
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s on south orange blossom trail. the guard is expected to survive. violent crime scene unit is on scene investigating. as soon as we learn more -- we' ll bring it to you. this morning, we are now hearing from the husband of an orange county deputy who was run over by a 15-year-old during a traffic stop. sergeant marcy pearce tried to arrest jancarlos ortiz on burglary charges yesterday morning near 436 and colonial drive. but investigators say he tried to drive away. sergeant pearce was in the car' s path and landed on the hood. she has since been released from the hospital and is recovering from a fractured foot. he husband, sergeant paul smalley says they hope ortiz is caught soon. >> when she came to, she didn' t know where she was, she said in the middle of the street. she knows there is blood everywhere. i don' t know that i could done that myself. cara: ortiz is wanted for attempted murder on a law enforcement officer.
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crimeline at 800-423-tips. we want to give you some perspective on jancarlos ortiz' s criminal history. although he' s only 15-years-old, he' s built a lengthy rap sheet. he has seven charges in orange county alone in the past few months. ortiz was busted for burglary last september. less than a month later, he was arrested for grand theft and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. and just last month, he was taken in for car burglary in osceola county. he was one of four teens busted in that case. we' ll continue to cover the search for 15-year-old jancarlos ortiz on air and online. check the wesh 2 news app for up-to the-minute reports in the palm of your hand. this morning, detectives are waiting on permission to drain a retention pond where they believe they might find the body of a newborn girl known as baby willow. detectives spent much of yesterday looking through the pond -- not far from where they found the placenta at the willow bend apartments in orlando.
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weeds, garbage, and other vegetation, but found no sign of the baby. police say susan richardson gave birth to the baby girl sometime monday, but has not told detectives what happened to the infant. happening today a local group , will gather in front of orlando city hall in support of a new york police officer convicted of shooting an unarmed man. it' s part of a peaceful nationwide protest by the asian pacific islander american public affairs association. they claim officer peter liang was not properly trained for his patrol in 2014. liang was patrolling a stairwell when he says he unintentionally fired his weapon after being startled. a man below him was shot and killed. the group says his death was a tragic accident. now to commitment 2016. today, voters in nevada and south carolina weigh-in on the 2016 race for the white house. nikole killion is in washington with the details. nikole: in nevada --
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bernie. hillary clinton hi, everybody. : nikole: bernie sanders and hillary clinton duke it out as the democrats caucus. kyle kondik: nevada will be helpful in maybe assessing kind of how the rest of the nation maybe feels about the democratic race, because its demographics are fairly similar. nikole: minorities make up a larger portion of the electorate in the silver state compared to earlier contests in iowa and new hampshire -- a key test for both candidates, especially when it comes to hispanics who make up about 24% of nevada' s potential voters, according to the census bureau. andres ramirez: we' ve engaged with partners through a very aggressive voter-registration campaign to ensure that latinos who want to participate are registered. nikole: meanwhile in the south -- >> support me on saturday. nikole: it' s the evangelical vote that could decide the palmetto primary. a pew center study finds 35% of south carolina' s christians make up that bloc, creating an all out battle between ted cruz and donald trump for the religious right. >> if trump does well amongst
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sign for him heading into super tuesday. because again, there are a lot of states that kind of look like south carolina that are voting on super tuesday. nikole: and in a few days, both parties will do it all over again. democrats hold their primary in south carolina next saturday, february 27, while republicans will caucus in nevada this coming tuesday. in washington, i' m nicole killian, reporting. cara: don' t forget to follow adrian' s reporting on air and online today. he' ll be live with the results of the race, and the final push for votes up until the last ballot has been cast. you can catch his reports starting this afternoon on wesh 2 news at 6:00. family, friends and fellow justices will gather today to say goodbye to late supreme court justice antonin scalia. president obama and fellow justices were seen paying their respects to him yesterday. he will be laid to rest at the national basilica in washington, d.c. vice president biden will be attending.
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news exclusive, tracking down your lost luggage. were talking about everything from suitcases to jewelry, type has. explains why airlines are still losing tons of your belongings. -- wesh 2' s greg fox discovered the secret place where your vanishing valuables get a second chance and explains why airlines are still losing tons of your belongings. greg: you trust airlines to make sure your luggage ends up where you' re going. but the not-so-merry go-round of baggage has left a lot of passengers empty-handed. ray bieselin: never came. looking everywhere for it. and it just never showed up. pam buckroyd: yeah. it' s like how can that happen? where are they? greg: 1.5 million suitcases and other items lost by airlines in the u.s. each year. your loss could be someone else' s gain. we traveled 600 miles to a unique "store." unclaimed baggage in scottsboro , alabama. the size of a wal-mart, it' s the
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found." if it was lost in flight, and you couldn' t be found, airlines send it here to be sold. sporting goods like a new kids bike that never made it home for christmas? got it. cameras from vacation? check. tablets, computers, phones? check it out. and clothing? formal, casual, athletic -- every style, every size. the most expensive item? >> all kinds of sparkle going on with that. greg a $43,000 diamond and gold : bracelet found in a lost bag? a steal at half the price. it' s also a museum, with collectibles too rare to sell -- like believe it, a full suit of , medieval armor. every bag is a potential gold mine. think about this -- there are roughly the same number of passengers flying every day -- about 2 million -- as there were
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from bringing bags on board, charging $3.5 billion in annual fees. since 2007, airlines have reduced the incidents of "mishandled" bags by 61%. so why, then, is this store thriving? easy. more people are bringing carry-ons to avoid paying checked-bag fees, and forgetting them. brenda cantrell: in the rush to get off the plane with the bag you chose to carry on rather than check, you may have left that ipad in the backseat pocket. greg: it' s a hit with locals, like kevin simmons and his family. kevin simmons: instead of shopping on amazon and looking through 50,000 items, you come in here and touch it, feel it. greg: and with more than a million tourists a year, it' s -- brenda cantrell: it' s on people' s bucket lists. greg: the list of bargains grows daily, despite the airlines' best efforts to make sure you and your bags end up in the same place. greg fox, wesh 2 news. cara: best way you can prevent the permanent loss of your
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is to make sure you have identification inside and out, place your name on electronics, and if you really want to be sure, you can invest in high tech tracking chips for your bags and other items. dave, i know we are about that $42,000 bracelet. i can' wouldn' t wear it, or leave it at home in the safety department box. dave: -- safety deposit box. dave: we just had a situation where the animal was lost in the hotel, it was found halfway through the day. we lucked out on that situation. leave it at home if you can' t stand to lose it. much of central florida is dealing with cloudy conditions, and you see some blues guys out there, 56 right now. we have quite a bit of cloud cover in the brevard county area , 46 in ocala. looking at 50 right now in the
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the cloud that continues to stream on score -- on shore, scattered in nature. damages in the middle 70' s of the coastline, and upper 70' s over the interior along the i-four corridor. i have the complete 70 outlook coming up in just a few minutes on wesh 2 sunrise. cara: the trucks take center stage at the daytona speedway. while the new-look magic try to begin their post all-star schedule, on a high note. next in sports -- patt takes us to the nail-biting game between the magic and the mavericks as a
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pat: the orlando magic need to finish at 20-10 over the final 30 games of they want to stay in the playoffs. orlando with faces that are gone and some that are just arrived as they host to the mavericks last night, who have won nine orlando. , with brandon jennings here, victor with a big night, three for him at a big double-double, both new players seeing action early and contributing, branded with three late in the first to get orlando a 20 point lead. he had 18, and he
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21 point lead, and when dirk nowitzki had a tough jumper late in the half, the game was tied. the magic by five at the break, this game went over time died at 98, and victor to the rescue. the big three to make it 104-101. a magical lay-up, pushing the lead to five. 17 points, 14 boards for vick. a big ot win coming out of the all-star break for the magic, 110-104 was the final. the appetizers before the main event at daytona on sunday are being served. the xfinity series and the first race of a new camping world truck series. you never know what kind mayhem awaits in these particular things. this is what i mean by that. eight laps to go, act grid can only mean trouble is on its way. a handful of cars involved in the big one, including ben kennedy, everyone was ok. this was a junkyard mess that
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could get everything cleaned up. a long-delayed. and the finnish that provided a scary moment. the white flag out, and watch this. christopher bell tumbling into turn one over and over he goes. this was quite frightening. the caution comes out. the race is over, johnny sauter is the winner. here' s the best news to come out of all of this. christopher bell walked away from the accident. meantime, more practice on friday. in advance of the 500. matt kenseth had locked in a front row spot on his qualifying lap last sunday. but he told his car in a thursday night dual rec and a backup car. into the back of the grid when the field takes rain sunday. with the fifth fastest lap in the second practice session yesterday, that meant little to him. >> there' s not much of a group out there, but we seem to have pretty good speed, that was
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single car speed seemed like it was as good as other cars. these guys build great racecars. i feel bad i have been wrecking them all. i appreciate all the work they are doing. hopefully we' ll get this thing tuned in tomorrow. pat: college baseball season began last night. for ucf, scoring five runs and i dinning to overcome siena and stetson falls at home against delaware. 6-1 was the final. that' s a look at sports, i' m pat clarke. have a great weekend. cara: over to weather, not exactly a really sunny morning everywhere. dave: socal is not too bad, leesburg is not too bad. this accommodation. downtown orlando, this is the time of the morning when i like to show this. it makes us very happy to see this. that' s right now, it' s 56 degrees, not a bad morning in terms of temperatures. obvious that, it could be a whole lot colder.
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some of us are mentioned -- some of us are dealing with cloud cover. where temperatures fell into the 40' s in silver springs, those are where is a little clearer overnight tonight. we see 50' s and mount dora, 55 in altamonte springs. 57 for our friends in which field, looking at 59 out of disney. at the coast, where the cloud cover has been thicker, that' s where we held temperatures up in the 60' s. around the rest of the country, last week at this time, the story was the polar vortex. people in boston dealing with temperatures and wind chills down into 30 below range. it' s not nearly the case today. 44 currently in boston, 67 in dallas, 42 portland, 31 in sioux falls. in terms of whether stories come a lot of cloud cover, mobile a real serious stories what' s happening in the new england states, where we are seeing snowfall pushing across into maine and parts of new hampshire. it'
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i enhanced the satellite imagery. in way to see this cloud deck from stewart and orlando. fairly thick along the immediate coastline. north and west of i-four, we see the significant breaks. as a southeast wind will continue to bring clouds into play for us. into the afternoon, things began to change and clear. a nice day, a bit of a breeze. warmer weather today. sunday, a few more clouds, temperatures in the 70' s. monday, tuesday, wednesday we are talking about showers in the forecast as a couple of fronts is upon by. going to keep it quite warm for monday and tuesday. wednesday and thursday, a big change in the forecast with much cooler conditions. 75 and salt springs, 76 in kenansville, thin cloud cover 75. today, 72 in banal, 73 at the beach and 74 in melbourne. at the speedway today, 73
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a pretty decent day for tomorrow daytona 500. there' s the seven-day forecast. enjoy great-looking weekend was wednesday, much cooler weather by the end of your work week. cara: we are back with the day' but first, let' s head to new york for a look at what' s coming
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judge. police say marshall jungreis admitted to being with the student but denied any sexual activity. officers say he met the student through an adult website. right now, orange county deputies are looking for this teen, accused of running over a deputy. sergeant marcy pearce tried to arrest 15-year-old jancarlos ortiz on burglary charges yesterday, when he tried to drive away -- hitting her. if you know where he is, call crimeline at 800-423-tips. new from overnight, we are working to get more information about a stabbing that sent a security guard to the hospital. investigators tell us it happened at a "vacation lodge" hotel around 10:00 last night. that' s on south orange blossom trail. the guard is expected to survive. detectives are waiting on permission to drain a retention pond where they believe they might find the body of a newborn girl known as baby willow. the pond is located near where they found the placenta at the willow bend apartments in orlando.
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yesterday, but found nothing. one of the suspects accused in a deadly mass shooting inside an orlando night club is out on bond. this is video of 21-year-old jose lopez being taken to jail on thursday. he has been arrested twice in the glitz ultra lounge shooting earlier from this month. two people died in the shooting. speedweeks action continues tonight at the daytona international speedway today. the nascar xfinity series race will be held tonight. and then the great american race -- the daytona 500 will take place tomorrow. let' s get one last check of your forecast, dave? dave: let' s run it down. we have speed week, daytona, a lot going on. you can also go to the beach , the world' s most famous beach. the silver spurs rodeo is 192, kissimmee, st. cloud area. they have the osceola county fair, that' s what be a huge thing. there' s the eola market , that' s
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re thinking about heading out early tomorrow, you have that going on. we have lots of other activities around central florida. let' s take a look at what' s happening right now. temperatures about 58 degrees, we are beginning to creep up a tad in central florida. eventually most of us with a mixed or of sun and clouds. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] cara: that' s going to do it for wesh 2 news sunrise. "the today show" is next.
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