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be with a female companion. two men are found dead at an apartment, a relative is speaking out. >> a garbage truck crashs and falls off of i-9 a. you won't believe what happen today the driver. >> music's biggest night, the winners per formans and what has everyone talking following the grammy awards. >> we are keeping an eye on the storm. a live look at real time radar showing a line of severe storm making its way through the state. good morning. it is 6:00 on tuesday, february 16th. i'm lauren. >> good tuesday morning to you. let's say good morning to ladies. we have a look at the roadways. it is busy. we will hear from hear in moments also busy on the roadway. lissette has been tracking that across the state this morning.
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the tornado watch is in place until 8:00 a.m. but look at the see veer storm reports stretching across the gulf coast into even into the pan hand courtesy of a cold probability that's spawning the severe weather. the worst of it is -- we are starting to see favorite weather move into broward county, lighthouse point, oakland, sun rise, day i have, south west ranchs and portions that will continue to spread south ward across of south florida. we can see strong storms as we have a southern breeze and also warmer temperatures, low to mid 70s. the stormiest part will be for the first half of the day, we will see warm, windy conditions, more on the rest of your forecast ahead. >> let's check on your traffic.
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we have the first accident of the morning we will show you i- 9 anorthbound and southbound lains looking god in this spot, just a busy drive in northbound and southbound. that's the northbound side of i- 95 where we have an accident this morning. it is around broward boulevard. be careful there: it is partially blocking the roadway. that is just popping up. also have the garbage truck that fell over i-9 a. the southbound exit ramp is shut down throughout the day so they can repair that guardrail. 8:36. drivers getting reports of wood -- 288th up to the don sheila. >> thank you. we are following a developing story out of miami where a missing child alert has been issued. look at your screen, ashley
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the six-year-old may be in the company of 53-year-old lily two was last seen wearing i blue floral dress. if you have any information on where they are, you are couraged to call police. police made a deadly discovery last night. >> we have more: gab di, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lauren and walter. police respond today 9-1-1 calls about several shots fired in an apartment. when they got there they found two women dead inside. here is video from this scene. this happened even -- the victim's bodies were discovered in back apartment unit and they're going to be taken to the medical examiner to determine a cause of death. family members rushed to scene and investigators spent the entire night collecting evidence to trying to piece together what happened. we did speak to the sister of one woman killed.
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mother and doesn't know why this happened. >> i have spoken with her since friday and she didn't indicate she was having any problems with anybody. >> the person responsible for these killings also trying to figure out why they did it. they're asking for the public's help. if you have any information, call crime stoppers at 305471- tips. >> we are life outside police head quarters, cbs 4 this morning. >> >> police are investigating a shooting, officials say a woman was shot during an attempted robbery. he was transport today hospital. there's no word on her condition. >> now at 6:04 a scene straight out of an action movie, a truck crashes through a barrier and
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amazingly no one was killed. we learn more about the -- >> a city of miami garbage truck fallshundred feet off of the i-95 ramp. two cars in the heart of jose mar tee. other feet of barrier paul. >> the goes noise noise that goes like a bomb. >> it landed between the community senor and he's identified as smith. he has been with the city for ten years, incredible he survivors. >> she's starting to come around a little bit. it will provide the crucial information as to what possibly happened. >> friends, family and coworkers gathered at the rider
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recovery from an accident that was at the time spectacular and suffer real. >> if a member has a problem we have a problem. if he's in pain we're in pain. we're here to show our support. >> the off ramp which funnels major traffic will be closed for a while. major repairs to have be made knowing that far could have been worse, no kids were in the park except a gruel group. >> i thought i was daydreaming. >> if you take the exit ramp, you will have to find another way to get into donetown miami
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of the accident is going to be closed. the heat is concerned chris is deal being another health scare. some believe he's deal being blood clots in his calf. he hissed sunday with a strained calf and returns -- missed sunday and returned with a -- if he was diagnose window a blood clot, he said quote it was too soon for all of that. >> he's expected to meet with doctors on thursday to determine the seriousness of the situation. during the all star break last season, he was diagnosed with blood clots in his lungs that forced him to miss the final 30 games of the season. now to campaign 2016 voters say two former presidents on the campaign trail yesterday. they got a threat from donald trump the donald is threatening to file a lawsuit threatening the eligibility of cruz to be president. he will do fit cruz doesn't stop airing what he calls false
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>> we have move from southbounding. >> my big little brother, jeb bush. [applause] . >> after 7 years on the political sidelines, former president george b bush relicked the attention. >> there's a lot of name calling gone on but i want to remind you what our dead toll us. >> jeb will listen to the us haves testify disenfranchised, he will rise above the petty name calling and once elected he will not need a poll or focus group to till who think or what to do. the presidency a serious job that requires sound summit. -- judgment and good ideas. there's no doubt in may mind that jeb bush has experience
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>> the question now did the former president overshadow jeb or is this the boost he needs. >> i am proud of him, and i know you are as well. >> we are now just five das way from the south carolina primary, a primary that could very well decide the future of jeb bush campaign. it is a critical period, and we will be here for all of it. >> bill clinton was in nevada rallying for his wife. >> oh, the great recession was caused by too much regulation. [bark bark] >> we could cut right through a lot of their, you know, their claims. >> she was referring to an old political add that talked act lie detecting dogs and said she
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rep chance. it is on facebook if you would like to see it again. sometime is running out. if you would like to register. only those registered for a specific party can vote for their party. early voting begins february 29 and runs through march 13. primary at a in florida is march 15. >> stay with us for continuing coverage of 2016. now through election day and more on registering vote, head to our web site,. he was the longest serving president at a private university from 1981 to 2001. foot died from complications of
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was 78 years old. the biggest of the winners and performances and why adelle wasn't happy with her performance and neither were her fan. >> also trending the most pampered pooches compete for top dog you will see an early winner that has social media abuzz. >> tornadoes leave a path of destruction including right here in florida. . >> a tornado watch stays in effect until 8:00 a.m. we have a tornado warning for central palm beach county until
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the storm resist rolling into >> a tornado left a major he has behind. here is another look at the tornado, at least 16 tornadoes were reported across the south, yesterday. several schools in the area are closed today because of the storms. thousands of people were left without power. no word on any injuries.
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tar nay doe along mile marker 68 along alligator alley where we've had the worst weather really. if you are planning on traveling along that area you may want to hold off and definitely warn your family and friends if they happen to be driving around that area, crossing the interior sections of the peninsula. look at the severe storm report, the red indicating tornado reports and the blue indicating the damaging gusty winds along this frontal boundary that sweeps quickly across the state of florida and it is spawning strong to severe storms and we see the west coast getting slammed, earlier around fort myer now, and now across the again interior sections of south mr. florida we are seeing aitor flay doe warn for central palm beach. look at the lightning association with some of these cells and in fact we have a
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well for palm beach and broward county for the possibility of development of funnel clouds with some of these stronger storms. now, we are starting to see some the heavier downpours roll in to western broward county. get ready, corral springs and parkland you have been deal being a soggy start, plenty of rain there. sun vise, fort lauderdale, also getting soaked, south west and now seeing the coe.g. is move prosecuting west to east buffer we are see a. in fact the ingredients are coming togetherring to produce 30 financial for even us. loys lock. but behind the front you can see we do have some dry air on the ray before is that the
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unsettled and stormy. 7:00, car length, 9:00 even through 10:00 a.m. and lunchtime, men, especially into the evening understand once the front clears, plenty of sunshine, another front will drop us further later this week. we will wake up with comfortable temperatures in morning and pleasant ashes into the weekend. it will be warmer. for today, the first half of the day is stormy and warm and windy with low 80s. a small craft advisory, not a good day for boating, we can see funnel clouds and lows fall to the 60s. clear, schooler cooler and quiet. 50s by friday morning and highs in low 70s, sun and breeze for the weekend. let's check your traffic with vanessa. >> all right. it is closeer and closer to the rush hour hour. take a look at i-95 at sterling road, northbound lanes in broward, southbound we will
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good but we are getting word from florida highway patrol there's an accidents on i-95 affecting your northbound lanes at broward boulevard. watch out there, the road will be partially blocked off. into miami dade, just got word of an accident, i-9 ato the palmetto westbound. you will see an injury accident partially blocking the ramp. we have -- fell lover i-95 on the southbound exit ramp to south west 7th street. they have to repair that guardrail. the exit ramp is shut down and watch out on the dolphin eastbound at 17. thank you. we are talking with joe. he is live, the last hour we talked all about heat and their issue, now let's talk about the dolphins specifically lamar miller, at what price do they want to keep him on this team?
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it is his second contract and guys know this is probably the last go around. they both came out of college early. they took a chance to be productive in the first three or four years and have a chance to get a big payday. if the dolphins sign i would put miller and very unanimous together. you need to have bothover them back but they will cost you some money. dolphins have to make a decision. i'm a huge fan. i would like to see them to get the ball more. a locality of the -- what that
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that the new head coach is he is not going to see all five years if they're not winning games. if this thing continues of six win, seven wins, maybe eight wins a year there's going to be more turnover. adam understands along with the front office they have to upgrade, make smart decisions. we have to hit a heme run on a draft which we haven't done in a long time and we are not already talking about how long this coach is going to last. >> no more mediocre seasons. we will talk to you later on this morning. >> thank you. all right. . what if i never love begin.
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the biggest names took center stage right here. more than just music to pay tribute to music legends. >> >> terry, good morning. >> what a fun night it was. good morning to you. taylor swift had an amazing performance and an amazing night last night. she's the first woman ever to win two album of the year awards, and she shared the night's big wins with two of her friends, kendra lamar and ed sharon. >> put your hands up. >> taylor swift opened the grammy awards and ruleed it show winning the top prize. her 1989 earned it singer her second year grammy for album of the year.
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nay sayers get in the way. >> you just focus on the work and you don't let those people side track you. >> mark and bruno mars uptown funk won record of the year. >> you can't read braille. >> tv wonder needed song of the year nominees before announcing the winner. best new artist, megan couldn't hold whack fares as she thanked her family. >> my mom and dad for always believing in me. >> it stirs up a lot of emotions with tributes to the biggest icons, others useed it mike to make a statement. >> kendrick sent a message about racism with his rap that won him five gram fist. the audience was brought to its feet by tributes for white. glenn frye and king.
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. >> lady gaga brought the late life. >> what a great performance. during adelle's performance, she tweeted that the piano -- so it made the performance sound out of tune. she followed that with a tweet saying that because of that she was going to treat herself to some in and out burger. back to you. thank you very much. >> let's see what is trending on social media this morning. >> vanessa has the hot topics. >> it is all about grammys this morning. adelle returned sing as good all i ask. it had in asking if he was off of her game. send me a memory that i can use.
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>> you heard explain it. the usually amazing singer conted flat. she went on to say show tweeted it. because of it though i am singing an in and out burger. taylor was the best dressed. showing a whole lot of leg. you can see that leg. gomez showed off a shim everying navy calvin collection had -- as he hit the red carpet. you can see danny. -- took first place in the toy group at the westminster the
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could be seeing a lot more of this guy. he's set to broad for pest and let us know what is your favorite story of the day. that's what is trending today, guys. >> the panda has better hair than i do. >> me too. >> that's safe to say for everyone. >> i don't think you have anything to worry about. >> she can do the news right here. >> traveling to cuba is about to get easier. the historic agreement that's expect today be announced today. a developing story, a missing child alert has been issued for a six-year-old girl from miami.
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welcome back. attorneys for a plantation man accused of deserting his teen son are firing back against allegations that the country was trying to leave the country on a one way plane ticket. they say he failed to report his son missing back in december and try today leave the u.s. on a one way ticket bound for new zealand. he actually had a round trip ticket. we have this saying he to be at a court hearing in the islands. >> that take 50s way the
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that this is a man who is fleeing prosecution. >> his attorney says that the $1 billion bond is excessive. plantation place say jordan remains missing but they toe not suspect foul play. cbs this morning is coming up at 7:00 right here on cbs 4. >> we will go live this morning to the studio in new york city. good morning. what do you have planned for today? >> hey. good morning to you, walter and lauren. we will talk with jeb bush about his brother joining the campaign trail and donald trump ramping up the attacks. plus, teachers accused of spanking, shoving and even luring kids for sex. how are they finding new jobs in dollars classroom? we will go inside the investigation. >> also, entertainment tonight, frozier has all it will big of the -- is trying to reach
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the news is back in morning. we will see you right at 7:00. >> thank you so much. looking forward to that. >> remember, cbs this morning kicks off at 7:00 right here. one of the real treasures of south florida. for year they have freely visited but that's being threatened with a new megaplan from the county. >> it makes it into a secret hide away. it doesn't make spite a public park. that's the difference. >> tonight at 11:00, investigates all sides of what some are calling trouble in paradise. watch the bat toll night at 11:00 on cbs 4 news. we are keeping our eye on the storms this morning. >> cbs 4 meteorologist lissette gonzales. >> that's right, walter and lauren. as we look live from the camera in west broward county, look at the lightning firing up and
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potentially now beginning to push in to western broward. a heads up for those of you along those areas. we have a tornado watch that remains in place for central and south west florida until 8:00 a.m. and notice we have reportsover a tornado touching down earlier along mile marker 68 along alligator alley and damaging winds and those reports stretch across the panhandle and the southeast. as we look at the radar, you can see all of the lightning i just showed you from the camera and there in broward conty, it is already wet. -- county, it is already wet but we see the lightning and downpours heading toward west and south west ranchs and oakland park, country club, south west ranches, everything will continue to spread across south florida. breeze south to 8 if i were.
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a stormy weter and then warm and windy. your forecast ahead let's check your traffic with vanessa. >> reporter: it is a busy expressway southbound specifically at u.s. 27. those are the taillights already seeing brake lights up ahead. it is a slow drive on 826. no accidents we do have a crash on the turnpike in mi knee dade. now your travel time butched up before you get to the crash -- bumped up before you get no the crash. 836 eastbound debris on the roadway. we have the garbage truck that fell over i-95. they industrial to fix the guardrail from the exit ramp so that is shut down throughout the morning and watch out on i-
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take a good look at your scene, ashley jade hear neuters was - seen in the 200 block of south west 49 avenue. the sex year may be in who was last seen wearing a blue floral dress. if you have any information on where they are, you are. authorities have not confirmed those thousand killed but they were caughted after. 7 ath and northeast miami court. the body, collecting evidence trifling if. relatives also returned to scene lock for answers: one
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the man accuse. you mean hit the toll letter to the park over weekendment eugene tried take it. to take the life of a five-year- old. >> he can't come back. my baby, he didn't deserve it. my baby wasn't there. >> eugene facing several charges including vehicular homicide and driving without a license. the florida highway patrol has a person of interest who they believe may be responsible for a deadly hit and run on christmas eve. investigators say tony tom son was helping a friend whose car broke down when another car slamed into both men. it killed him and critically injured his friend.
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accord they believe belongs to 35-year-old elizabeth gonzales. she initially said she would cooperate she has since lawyered up. anyone with information is sudden to call fhp. the u.s. government is expect today sign it has signed an agreement with cuba, scheduled air service of up to 30 daily direct flights. it will facilitate authorized travel. this say huge break through to regulate diplomatic between the country. >> >> during monday's meeting with families a teen told the pope about his struggle with muscular distrophy. the pope walked over and kissed
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he's expect today speak. facebook is slapped with a lawsuit, why the social media site is illegally when imcame to birthdays, forget ant the keg -- >> do you need relief from stress, anxiety, -- is as a we to help but do these float tanks really going. >> straiker, strong and severe storms, it has been running but
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? >> welcome back, south florida. it has been a busy morning all across the state especially for central south west florida, currently under a tornado watch. that's until 8:00 a.m. we have had widespread reports of tornadoes, in fact about 17 reports of tornadoes since yesterday. and also, damaging gusty wind reports across the southeast, the panhandle and even along mile marker 68 of alligator alley earlier this morning. so, a heads up for everyone we
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for strong to severe storms. in fact it is looking active. look at the lightning as storms now roll in to broward, just as i warned you. everything is moving from west to east, the west coast is getting slammed the interior sections over the everglades and along 7 astill deal being torrential downpours and dangerous leaguening. -- lightning. also palm beach county. we will watch these storms just west of corral springs, sun rise and west in there where there could be -- issued fbi national weather association of approximate it shall and palm beach county -z awe are seeing the heavy purrs.
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some storms, pompano beach, fort law defer dale, davis along 559, just. be safe. sun life staid young miami lake deal being the rain and it will continue to spread south and east toward as we head throughout the morning hours. here is the danger. we have the wind flow at the surface anywhere from 8 to 14 miles per hour. however, with that front with the severe weather, we is a little more west-south west. we could get turning or rotation of winds that could lead to funnel clouds or a slight chanceover a tornado. let's hope that's not the case but i rather keep you prepared. we have a warmer start as well. low to mid 70s and it is a moist and unstable atmosphere as indicated by the green. to models indicating that the first half of the day is looking stormy and unsettled through 8:00, 9:00, 5:00 even through lunchtime.
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quiet weather as we get into the evening hours. maybe showers: plenty of sunshine. week cold front and pleasant sunshine, comfortable notes and termtemperatures will climb and then warm and winly. not a good day for petal the we will see sunshine, even comer with 50s. highs in he 70s and this weekend, midtowner 70s. vanessa. -- mid to upper 70s. it is a busy driver.
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accidents slowing down your driver as well. turnpike northbound at caribbean blocking one lane. the travel time is now 25 minutes from 288 up toal 74. we have debris on the dolphin that hasn't been cleaned. that truck unfortunately that fell over95 has shut down the exit ramp and i-95 to the pal met moe westbound. there's an injury accident. >> it is tuesday, that means it is time. drivers, listen up the palmetto and i-75 are closing as a result of construction this week. >> all northbound 826 lane also be closed nightly at south west
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and 5:00 a.m. there will be two lanes closed between 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. all the northbound lanes of i-7 awill with closed -- 75 will be closed. we will be detoured to the off ramp. >> go to our web site, it is cbs facebook is sued over the birthday reminders and the first u.s. own victory is giving the go ahead to open in cuba: we will go live with that and more. jill, good morning. >> good morning the obama administration has given the okay for the first -- a company mr. alabama plans to build small tractors that will be sold to cuba farmers. >> and facebook is hit with a
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birthday reminers, a mr. man says facebook sent unauthorized text messages about his face pass, per message, they i could probably use the message a. >> you know what? i actual will -- i remember i got a text from facework just logging in is enough for me. i don't need the text message when people think about my lineal alcohol. what's this about? >> okay. a new study from wine market council found that americans age 21 to 28 drank 42% of all
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year. wine is particularly popular with women and they're not just going for the cheap stuff. they're picking up more expensive bottles. i don't know if you am considered young people but i am doing my part there. >> i am still going for the cheap stuff. >> cheap, e pensive, whatever. >> -- expensive, whatever. >> box. >> the ease e easy one to group. >> feels like star wars just hit theaters but they're already filming open society eight. >> cut. beautiful. >> newry he leased video shows filming picking up with sky walker on a line, the movie does not have a name yet but it is stot hit december in
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her half time performance sparked controversy s tickets to beyonce formation world tour go on sale today at sock a.m. it will run through america before heading to europe in june. it is first massive tour since world tour in 2013. they will kick it off right here on april 27th at the mark. do you need relief from insomnia, stress and anxiety. >> up next, more about flotation therapy, can it really float away the stress? >> good morning. >> tonight big changes are planned to one of the most popular parks.
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threatened by the plans, cbs flotation therapy promote as a way to find relief from insomnia, float tanks are cities. we have a report on whether there's science behind the claims. >> live with be stressful. >> there's a lot of collateral stresses. >> he climbs into a tank fill window water twice a week to relax his body and his mind.
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place to get into and unwind most of those thing. >> the tanks used for six are you or flotation therapy vary but most are encloseed and typically dark. there's typically about 200- gallons of water combine window 800 pounds of epsom salt. it is a thick liquid that makes anything in it boytan. the water temperature is between 93.5 to 94 degrees. the state we are going through to skin they say the intention is to take away all senses. >> it is a forced medication. you are laying down for 9 it can help memento that into during
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>> a lot of people like the post float than the float itself. >> i'm sure a. there's a period of at least a few hours where my body is just registers as much more calm and relaxed. that lasts at least a few hour. >> however, how long those benefits last is still questionable. >> the long-term effects are not known. >> they caution. >> if you like it and it feels good and helps you relax and you can afford it financially it might be a good thing to do. >> but it doesn't deal with the root cause which is the wiring in our emotional brain. all of us need more skins to
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>> she feels destressed and encourages others to gift a try. >> go into it with willingness to unryan and we some consider them under the category of spas
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another check (vo) making the most out of every mile. that's why i got a subaru
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love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. . >> here is a wrap up of your tuesday morning head line.
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been issued out of miami. ashley jade martinez was last seen in the 200 block of south west 14th avenue. the six-year-old may be in the company of 53-year-old lily who was last seen wearing a blue floral dress. if you have any information you are urged to call police. >> police are investigating a deadly discovery in miami. two women were found dead in an apartment there. this happened around 7:00 last night at 7 ath street and northwest miami court. they received calls about shots being fired in the area the victim's bodies were discovered in a back apartment unit. >> a driver is lucky to be alive after his truck fell off of i-95 and landed in a miami park. the garbage truck landed in the park located on south west 4th street. rescue crews rushed him to jackson memorial in serious condition.
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cleaning up after several -- by suspected twisters, that leaves 16 tornadoes were crossed add cross the southern u.s. taylor swift took him the west west hon -- mark and bruno bars with been. >> it is time no talk live are from the studios. i am sure the talk of the town and on the radio and at every water color where sports fans are is chris bosch and the heat. he's possibly dealing with another him cache. what do you know. >> i have to tell you that is on everybody mind especially when patriae lee is wondering should i upgrade -- patray lee is wondering should i -- riley is wondering should i --
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is his health because he's still a young man at 31. second of all wondering does this team have a chance in the second half. as you wait to find out it is all really going back to chris and his health, on where this team will be for the second half of the season. so heat fans really wondered and then what does riley downer here the next 48 hours a lot to talk about with the heat and today is the first day for the franchise tag. are the dolphins going to try to sign him forlet him walk. looks like a busy morning. have a great day. >> thank you so much. . >> let's look at the tuesday morning forecast with lisse texase. >> we have the -- until 8:00 a.m. we had reports of a tornado touching down, mile marker 68 is this live rue from the holiday party camera tells the
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for strong to severe storms, northeast palm beach until 7:15. worst of the weather in corral springs parkland, weston, pa were know and miami dade county. we also have a significant it is welcoming stormy and warm and bigly looking much better the rest of the week why we have i-95 northbound no the palmetto westbound. that's ramp on to 826 west. you can see it is shut down, road ranger is detouring everybody off of the ramp. you can't get on to it. you will have to continue northbound get off of i-9 aor take u.s. 441 the turnpike whatever other ramp you can take in that area. also have an accident on the turnpike northbound at caribbean boulevard, causing
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>> stick around for cbs this morning. they will have all the big good morning. it is tuesday, february 16, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." the bush brothers reunite on the campaign trail amid new taunts from donald trump. we'll talk to jeb bush. teachers accused of thanking, shoving, even luring kids for sex. how are they finding new jobs in the classroom. kendrick lamar makes powerful statement and taylor swift makes history with the grammys. but we begin today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> you have to be very careful.


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