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>> they have no understanding. they have no knowledge of living. the artist living to kill. >> reporter: police are still looking for a cart similar to this one. in 1999 lakh lexus with tinted windows. bmj 8285 it has a possible tag of. if you have information on this car or this guy with the nickname of a transit is is, call crimestoppers. the number is 305-471-tips. live in northwest, ted scouten. now to hank tester who is at the viewing for king carter. >> reporter: this is a peaceful friday afternoon and there is a long line of folks here to honor the life of a little boy. here is the story. >> is heartbreaking. we need to stop the filing --
>> reporter: the came to be with king carter. long lines in the late afternoon sun. friendship missionary baptist church. the viewing today, feeling tomorrow. the little boy taken to soon. a stray bullet and something about this little boy and his death that woke up a community and brought this days outpouring. >> he had already touched so many people at his age. the outpouring from the community, hearts are touched. >> reporter: young and old file into the church. a video reminded those of help young he was. what a tragedy this has been for his parents, his family. and recognition of the violence that infects young teenagers. >> pray for the young people. i tell my children, if they were mine they never would. thank god i have grown children. and they know better than to do stuff. >> reporter: the funeral
baptist church on 23rd avenue. it will be at 2 pm. at northwest 23rd avenue and 135th street. hank tester, cbs4 news. back to you. a live look outside from downtown miami on a friday evening. the weekend is here and it's going to be a cooler one. let's check in with craig setzer to tell us how cool we are talking about. we're talking south portico which means the rest of the country last that us. it will be cool by our standards. this time of the year a normal high is 80 degrees. we will be around 10 degrees below that. high pressure is building into the area. the origin is in canada. that is bringing cool air with it. temperatures are in the 60s to low 70s. once the sun goes down
the 60s into the 50s overnight. the satellite loose shows there skies across the area. models show that temperatures will fall into the 50s and 40s overnight. especially over inland areas. tomorrow, into the 60s and 70s. a warm-up begins after that. a plantation father out of jail is now speaking about his son who's been missing for two months. argue jurgensen banished in december after his father kicked him out of his car. bruce jurgensen is telling us his side of the story. >> reporter: jurgensen took aim at some of the allegations against him. he said he was not on a one-way plane ticket out of town while his son was missing. he said he is an attorney and he was required to be at a court hearing out of the country or he faced possible arrest. he reached out to the media and police to help find his son but
he said he wants his son home. he said he is desperate to find his six-year-old son. he said he and his son had an argument over his grades in late december and he kicked his son out of the car and told the boy to walk to their home. police say he did not. he remained missing. i asked jurgensen why he did not go to the police right away when his son disappeared. >> i know what works best and i know it doesn't. i know the fears that my son has and doesn't. >> reporter: he said his son has run away before and would not respond to a police officer. jurgensen said he used private security to find his son in the past. i also asked why he kicked his son out of his car when he knew the boy had a history of running away. >> i was not concerned because from my standpoint it was a thing of the past. >> reporter: jurgensen chalks up is disappeared to his son being a headstrong 16-year-old who had trouble with his grades at american heritage school.
uncooperative father that plantation police painted him to be. arresting him for deserting his son. jurgensen said he wants nothing more than for his son to return, safe and sound. >> i want him to come home. i do. no matter how bad you think things might be, everything will be okay. >> reporter: jurgensen said he set up an email address for people to email tips if they know where his son is. that email address is helpful for all the at a gmail.com. that is 4 and aldi is spelled. you hear more from jurgensen in our story tonight at 11. live in 4.allow, carey codd, cbs4 news. here is a traffic alert to tell you about. a traffic nightmare in miami is finally over. here's a live look at state road 836 near the split with i- 395 leading to miami beach.
as you can see, traffic is moving. part of the highway shut down for most of today as crews scrambled to fix a steel joint that split the road into. lots of drivers got flat tires. it is not clear why this happened. the 836 and i 3952 miami and into miami beach back open as normal tonight. >> and there is no one who is better prepared to provide america with the strong leadership that it needs both at home and around the world. >> chris christie catching everyone by surprise when he endorsed donald trump for president. they appeared side-by-side and an event in fort worth, texas. marco rubio was not far away in dallas taking aim at trump with super tuesday in the florida primary around the corner.
assault and trump is firing back. >> it's rubio! >> water bottle in hand, trump did his impression of rubio giving a speech. this was revealed last year responding to the state of the union and this was rubio today. >> this guy inherited $200 million. he's never faced a struggle. donald trump has never parsed anyone in the face. >> and he was sweating so badly . i have never seen anything like it. it looked like he just jumped into a swimming pool with his clothing on. >> reporter: trump appeared with chris christie while rubio was at a rally in dallas. >> first he had makeup being applied around his mustache. he had a wet must touch. then he asked for a full length mirror. rubio there's rubio pulled out a phone and read some of trump's tweets which contained
>> the problem is he is a choker.[ laughter ]and wants a -- weight, -- he looked like a little boy on stage. he meant to say lightweight but he spelled it wrong. >> reporter: you get lowlifes like rubio saying horrible things, horrible things. >> reporter: after calling rubio a lowlife, trump focused on florida. >> ime major investor in miami. >> reporter: he said rubio abandoned florida. >> he really defrauded florida. they elected him as a young senator. he goes there and before he sits down he starts running for president. >> reporter: rubio piled on and so did trump accompanied by chris christie. >> i call him a lightweight. he's not equipped to be president. he does not have the temperament. i watched chris taking apart. he melted.
he's a con man his taking advantage of people's fears and anxiety about the future. portraying himself as a strong guy. he's not a strong guy. >> reporter: what did you think of each other? you heard it there. rubio went on to say that trump must be hiring foreign workers to tweet for him. tropical rubio a liar unfit to be president. super tuesday is three days away so you know there is more to come. brace yourself. early voting starts early in miami, date in monroe counties. 99 delegates will go to the first-place finisher in florida. it is a closed primary. you must be a registered democrat or republican to vote. stay with cbs4 news and cbsmiami.com for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 and the upcoming florida primary. next, is little boy leaves the hospital a few weeks after he was hit by a police car. we will hear from his mother.
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tonight, south florida has two more cases of the zika virus. the state surgeon general said there was one more case in broward and one more and miami- dade. that makes 14 in miami-dade and five in broward county. of the 37 cases statewide, only for patients are exhibiting symptoms. encouraging news about a six- year-old boy hit by a car in miami. antoine had more believes that we could count as he was released from the hospital. he is wearing a body cast and has a lot of recovery ahead of him but he was smiling as you can see. the point was riding a scooter when he was hit by a miami police cruiser. we spoke with his mother outside the hospital. >> he's good. he's staying positive.
video games. >> people at the scene claimed the officer was beating. the officer said he did not see the boy when he came into the street between two trucks. the south beach wine and food festival kicked off. 15th year this week. tonight is one of the most popular events, the burger bash. chefs from around the world are here and many celebrities get to eat, judge and hosted the event. lisa petrillo is live from south beach or the chefs get very creative. i can't wait to see these burgers, lisa. >> reporter: year after year it just gets bigger and better. this is the 15th anniversary of the south beach wine and food festival. the 10th year of burger batch. let's show them this area. more than 30 restaurants from all over the country are participating. where's the beef? it is here. right now standing by with us
last year he was the most popular winter. you with a popular favor. yes. we won the people's choice. i was having a moment. >> how we defend your title? >> we are here to have fun. i have the best team around me and we beat a great burger today. >> reporter: let's talk about this. this is called the -- >> atlanta burger. we had fun with it. we are keeping to our left -- latin influence. we are here to have a great time and eat great food. >> it looks amazing. this is a family run business and you have five in south florida? >> we had for open with 10 more underdevelopment. >> reporter: judges alike neil patrick harris, people from the today show are here, other celebrities will be here, all trying at the burgers. of course this chefs burger will be back. let me tell you something. as you go through this you have to pace yourself.
and some do huge burgers. when you get to about your six, it gets tough on the stomach. a bite here ended by their. can we do this together? >> let's do it. >> reporter: all right. dc this. it's not going to be pretty. this is a beautiful burger. they vips are coming and now. the party kicks off at 7:00. more for you later. live in from burger bash, back to you. >> wash it down with some chardonnay or some water. many people will be heading to south beach for the festival. look at that sunset. >> be nice. i thought we were celebrities. i thought we could be judges. where is our invite. live picture from the broward camera. looking to the west and
the sun is setting later and later every day. the days are getting longer and warmer. not tonight. and other cold night in store. 70 in miami. 69 in fort lauderdale. 67 in key west. the air is very dry. winds light with no rainfall under clear skies. elsewhere -- temperatures in the upper 60s. humidity levels were low this afternoon. and other dry day tomorrow. highs today in the high 70s just about everywhere. the normally 79. upper 62 low 70s tomorrow. high pressure building into the air that will push a cold front to the area that will allow temperatures to get cooler tonight. lowe's in the 40s and 50s. after a cold start tamara, plenty of sun. a high temperature around 70 degrees. on sunday, warmer but clouds a
sprinkled here or there. high temperature moves out and temperatures continue to warm. mid-seventies the early part of next week. by the middle of next week a cold front shows up. that will push through late on wednesday. ahead of bet it will be warm in the 80s. turning cooler for thursday and friday of next week. we warm up a little bit for each of the fronts. temperatures across the country remain chilly in the northeast. 30s and 40s through the south and southwest. the west is warm. 60s to 70s and 80s in the southwest. 60 in dallas. 63 in houston. 50 in atlanta. for tonight, a nice night. clear and crisp again with the coldest degrees inland. low 40s through low 50s. tomorrow, plenty of sunshine and a chilly start. high temperature low 70s through upper 60s. winds will come down sees, 3 to 5. they temperature at 71.
next week, a warming trend after tomorrow. 60s to around 70 tomorrow and 70s and 80s by the time we get to wednesday. tomorrow, plenty of sunshine with a few clouds. looking good. back to you. the cbs4 news team is working on the 11:00 is now. rick folbaum standing by the control room with a look at what is happening. we are watching donald trump and the rest of the candidates tonight we will have the rest of the day's developments. it's been a bizarre one in politics. the oscars are coming up sunday night are you going? i'm not either. entertainment tonight will take us to hollywood. they are standing as a special report later tonight. that and more tonight at 11. in sports, bama height may make a big new? if you are not your tv you
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downtown. lebron hoped to lord johnson to the cavaliers but unless something changes, johnson will come here. that could help the heat solidify its postseason hopes. two we are thinking playoffs. we want to get through this see. we are not at that point right now. we want to put ourselves in a position to be playing good basketball and make the playoffs. meanwhile, mister steph curry taking over the nba with the shotmaking and charm. he bombs in 51. he has to laugh about a. after the game, he creates a moment for one lucky kid. he gets the shoes. what a guy. what a player and what shoes. i would like a pair of those myself. in baseball, get ready for some hot baseball on a chilly night.
ranking into this weekend series and a lot of motivation. florida marches in as the nation's top-ranked team. the gators burst of their bubble at the college world series last year. payback would be nice. >> this is a natural rival with florida and florida state being our natural rivals. it's fun to play. it's what people go to florida or go to miami to play a series like this. >> reporter: the show has begun at the combine. derrick henry shows his speed. they show they can pump iron giving him strength to ward off pass rush is left and right. that is the specialty of joe we both a. who should be the overall pick in the draft? will coming joey out of ohio state says, that's easy. >> i think being a top player in the draft you have to have confidence. i think if you are here and not thinking were the best player, how we you convinced teams that you are the best player?
up to toss again. playoffs are coming. to get a boost at the return of aleksander barkov last night. against arizona he returned from a six-game layoff to knock into goals. finally, my continuous, a brave soul. man, here's how it looked from mike's phone. are you serious? he has reached the final four thanks to some heavy online voting. and mike's bravery. mike, i'm a little taller than your. i don't think i would've trusted him to jump over me like that. >> he's not a short guy either. >> that is a nice jump. making a wish come true.
florida today leaking a little girls wish come true. she is being treated at hold children's hospital for a brain tumor. she came here from venezuela. she said buddy valastro, better known as the cake boss is her idol. he flew to miami this morning especially for her. they even decorated a cake to get the. it was the make-a-wish foundation that make sure her wish really did come true. how adorable is that. that's our news for now. thank you for joining us. the cbs evening news is next. look for today's headlands tonight on cbs news at 11. you can watch our webcast live on a website, cbsmiami.com. have a great evening and a great weekend. >> pelley: the campaign deteriorates.
front-runner get an endorsement no one saw coming. also tonight, zika virus is confirmed in nine pregnant women in the u.s. one child has a birth defect. the deadly shootings in kansas. what might have triggered the rampage and the hero cop who stopped him. and steve hartman with the special bond between child and duck. >> i'm his mom. >> reporter: you're not really his mom. >> yup, i'm his mom. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: this may go down as the week the party of lincoln devolved into a crippling civil war of the own. there was nothing grand in the old party's debate last night-- name calling, mocking, attempts at humiliation reached lows that many republicans would say are beneath the dignity of the