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police arrested the personal shot and killed a 14-year-old boy in miami gardens. the shooter was a 14-year-old friend the showing off the gun when it fired. we are live in downtown miami with our top story. >>reporter: police arrested this boy who shot and killed his 14-year-old friend where they brought him to the juvenile assessment center. here is what happened. take a look. mamie gardens police spend hours at a house on northwest
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14-year-old taveras roads was shot saturday. a friend of his had come over with a gun. the boy was showing it to taveras and another 14-year-old in the gun went off, killing taveras he was pronounced dead at the hospital. family and friends stood outside the home, stunned by his death. >> they are teenagers, they are babies. >> we lost a wonderful kid. i was smiling, always playing. trying to make you laugh. >>reporter: sunday morning at new beginnings. missionary baptist church , church leaders held off on the regular sermon and put on a special service with the kids directly spreading knowledge to help recent death. guns. >> it's a sad situation, nobody wins. we want to do something that is proactive and productive to try
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children to do what's right. >>reporter: this unidentified 14-year-old who is accused of shooting and killing his 14- year-old friend is charged with manslaughter in possession of a firearm by a minor. live in downtown miami and five minutes. new details on an alleged kidnapping of a two-month-old baby. deputies announced the arrest of two people who are cousins and also related to the infant's mother. 23-year-old stefanie augustine was booked into broward county jail last night she is being held without bond and also arrested her cousin a 14-year- old boy in the custody of the department of justice. the kidnapping the teenager was unarmed. investigators say they busted into a home near fort lauderdale. friday night and took two-month- old taraj kemp while her mother was sleeping. we spoke with a neighborhood where the mother screaming. >> they took my daughter come i want my daughter back.
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she was crying and screaming. amber alert was issued yesterday afternoon in an orlando hospital. investigators say the mother was back on-i from the mother was back when she was arrested. aggravated child abuse, armed burglary and kidnapping or the charges in the teenager is facing charges of armed burglary and assault with a deadly weapon. clinton is church hopping across memphis tennessee today after her big victory in south carolina. she is trying to rally the support of black voters ahead of super tuesday which will take place in a number of southern states. she will be here in miami on super tuesday. meanwhile today. her husband, bill clinton, made a campaign stop in miami gardens for the event was held at the betty ferguson recreational complex. he was joined by frederico
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clinton said he lost his voice cheering for her victory yesterday the south carolina primary. he told the crowd. the republican rivals do not want her to win the democratic nomination because she will be-- she will be the winner.>>now if you start being made to her, they said oh my goodness, we have to run against her. what will he say? sent president clinton addressed the recent shooting death of six rolled king carter, he honored the mother's including the mother of the miami gardens teenager, trained on martin. also the democratic committee vice chair stepping down from her post at the dnc
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bernie sanders. the representative gabbert is one of the first female combat veterans to ever serve in congress. she stressed the importance of having a commander-in-chief who has foresight and exercises good judgment, pointing to sanders. the doc chair, scholz, expected her resignation. on the eve of early voting in miami-dade county marco rubio opened his miami headquarters. this is his first campaign office in the state route is located at 7575 west flagler st. along with supporters, speaking on his behalf, the campaign is working ahead of super tuesday. >> i want this to be your second home. you can sleep at home. that's okay. but when you get up in the morning, come here and work the phones, work the precincts. you're going to have friends of say please give me a bumper sticker. you're going to tell them where to come to get a bumper sticker. i want a yard sign. you're going to give them a yard sign. we want to south florida to be
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all right. >> sen. rubio is expected to spend super tuesday miami. his rival, trump, is expected to spend super tuesday and west palm beach. it's a big day because 30 states will be voting in the republican primary. and reminder about how to hear south florida. tomorrow early voting begins in miami-dade county through march early voting gets underway march 5 and broward county and the republican primary is just around the corner on march 15. remember florida is a closed primary state, meaning you can only vote for the party in which you are registered. remember to stay with us for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 on-air and online remember to stay with us for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 on-air and an army staff sgt. is facing murder charges after he killed his wife and opened
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it was the first day back on was killed. brian west reports. >> officer downplayed i don't know where the suspect is. >>reporter: officer ashley glendening was shot and killed on saturday. on her first day on patrol with the prince william county police department in virginia. >>she had a passion to serve others. servant the officers were responding to a domestic dispute saturday night, 30 miles outside washington dc. police arrested 32-year-old ronald hamilton, and active- duty army staff sgt. assigned to the pentagon. he shot and killed his wife and then opened fire on the officers.>> it was very scary. i heard the shots. >>reporter: yellow tape roped off the crime scene sunday. residents pay their respects at the hospital where the officers are recovering.>> this happened over something so
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it's so sad. >>reporter: a six-year marine corps reservist was sworn in friday. this picture was posted to the departments twitter page welcoming her and another officer. it said, the safe. hamilton is scheduled to be in court on monday. brian webb cbs4 phase. a small plane crashes into trees, leaving a pilot that going from the aircraft in midair. changes happening to the mall and construction that could impact traffic. student the oscars are being held in hollywood tonight some stars will not be there tonight out of protest. we will take you to the red carpet coming up. a weekend is done and february is almost done. march is around the corner. what can we expect? we are in pretty good shape right now.
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marketable come in like a small airplane crashed into some trees in gettysburg, pennsylvania, trapping the pilot inside, suspended in midair. the rescue took 4 hours per the pilot suffered minor scrapes on his hands. but the plane will stay in the tree until the national transportation safety board is done investigating. the venetian causeway is
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nine months of getting rerouted. drivers will be able to take the venetian causeway starting at noon tomorrow. the 730 foot stretch connecting the venetian islands to the mainland was completely reconstructed. a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held for the $12 million project that finishing on schedule. we will be there with a live report. beginning tomorrow on cbs4 news at noon. a food court at ventura mall was going to be shut down to make way for a three-story complex of food in shops. for the next three years, demolition and construction, shoppers will be without one of the two pleasures of shopping, heading to the food court today. the square-foot expansion is expected to be completed in the fall of next year. we take
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hollywood with a look at the oscar nominees. a film topping the weekend box office. cbs4 news at 6:30 pm will be right
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the 80th academy awards show gets underway shortly. stars are making their way to the dolby theater. protesters are expressing their discussed over the all white list of nominees. we are on the red carpet with
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>>reporter: hundreds of fans waited for hours along the red carpet to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars. >> i am hoping to see ryan reynolds. some of the best picture prize appears to be the most hard to call category. the big short, spotlight and the revenant have won awards. leonardo dicaprio seems poised to win his first academy award. but for the second year. all of the nominees are white and the #oscars. so why it has dominated headlines. jaded pinkett smith and spike lee will not attend the ceremony. several african-american directors are staying away, choosing to host a live benefit for flint, michigan, where the water is contaminated. chris rock is hosted but has not given any standard preshow interviews. he tweeted a television blackout the screen with #blackout in #oscars.
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sharpton put advertisers for next year's oscars on notice. >> if they want to have a whites only award, you don't need no black dollars in your pocket. >>reporter: sharpton will lead an anti-oscars rally before the show in his organization is going to put it together with other protesters around the country. the blockbuster hit the dead pool has topped the block-- box office. starring ryan reynolds, they are bringing into hundred 85 million so far. and second, gods of egypt, featuring gerard butler and rounding out the top three, kung fu panda bringing in 9 million this weekend. >> i love kung fu panda.
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>>a little less. >> how are you? we hope that natalia feels better sand. you are doing superwoman work. good to have you here. we have some nice radar out there. if you have any outdoor plans, i know you're probably ready for a nap. you work more than anybody i know. some nice weather out there for anybody going out there for dinner. whatever it is, the weather looks good, but the radar is clear right now. and the future radar, we have a little blip there. that is not necessarily a shower but there could be a few sprinkles around. overnight tonight into tomorrow morning but not enough to have an impact on your morning commute. there are a few raindrops on the windshield. if you head out the door in the morning.
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73 in miami and a couple of degrees milder than yesterday but not close to the 79 yet. he was 75 in the pines. i think tomorrow will be close. a beautiful look from our downtown fort lauderdale camera. it's magnificent. sunset at 6:22 pm we are past that but we still have twilight and some gorgeous colors. it's a beautiful evening in progress. you might need a light sweater. if you're going to be outdoors. 70 in miami 69 in key west and humidity 51% and went out of the east at 13 miles an hour. is generally out of the east up and down this will keep our nighttime temperatures mild with ocean air coming in 60s and a few 70s across the state. a close-up look at the
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clouds and easterly winds. we also have some clouds back to the west of us. we will see a mishmash of clouds and sun tomorrow and we will have a chance of showers on wednesday that this is the moisture due on tuesday. the green, our best chance of rain and dry air thursday with a slight chance of showers. so overnight tonight, mostly cloudy and mild couple of spotty showers out there was 77 e. on the lens at 10 to 15 and it looks like wednesday and friday will be the best chances for rain but mostly highs in the 70s. could the hurricanes take the series again against the
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welcome back. a few games into a road trip in the panthers look like roadkill. florida's hit with another loss a key injury. a couple of panther fans in minnesota. unfortunately, they had to witness montoya leave the game early. he got hit in the head and was taken to the locker room. a great pass and a great shot. the game is tied up but it was all for not. the wild added another on an empty net to drop florida 321. >> they held a similar but we got a few that cost us. we did not bring enough offense of late. we did not get enough quality chances so we're going to have to change something. so the panthers general manager
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teddy purcell, and kendall will see in the on panther jerseys. he was a stanley cup the 2016. >> hopefully it will work. i'm excited about our future pay we gave away a few choices but we are deep in the whole system so we can afford to do that. sometimes you have to make a bit of a commitment to get some good players, and we were willing to do that.>> the dolphins season is way off in the distance paper things are gearing up. we posted this time lapse video today of the ongoing renovation. you can see pieces of the new roof are being added to the top of the stadium. >> the canes basketball coach taking and some baseball. miami and florida wrapping up a three-game series. jacob hayward was caught looking there. in the second dalton guthrie
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build a seven nothing lead. 12 strikeouts today. miami was hitless until the ninth-inning until christopher bar finally breaks it up but they dropped to number one florida losing seven but they dropped to number one florida losing 7-3. >> today we definitely got outplayed. we through outstanding pitches. we did not come out with as much energy today as yesterday and there's no excuse for that. >> the boston celtics on saturday, boston was balanced offense of late and six players were in double figures. miami can bounce back tonight joe johnson will be joining the team in new york, will he will get to play that the seven-time all-star was signed by the team
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