tv Good Day Orlando FOX February 13, 2016 8:00am-10:00am EST
it's 8:00 a.m. from fox 35 this is good day orlando. hey, good morning, i'm tom johnson. it is saturday, february 13th. here are the top stories we're working on this morning. a deadly shooting in daytona beach. one bethune student is killed and one hurt. what sparked this violence. plus -- car came crashing through a local woman's home, and guess what, she says it's not the
how many close calls she had before this happened overnight. also -- >> yes, he's asleep at the wheel, folks. >> donald trump and the other gop candidates gearing up for tonight's presidential debate in south carolina. we have the latest for you. a good preview of that. also, we're talking about the weather, brooks, a little bit warmer than it has been in the mornings, but today going to be kind of mild. >> absolutely. yesterday we had warm, southwest winds. today the winds will be more northerly. good morning, everybody, thanks for joining us. 8:01. 51-degrees outside. live view downtown. gorgeous, gorgeous morning shaping up. we'll see tons of that mid-february sunshine, and man, that's going to be a nice day, and nice weekend. wait until you see the 7-day forecast.
58 in orlando. right around the i-10 corridor. there's just a reinforcing shot of some cool air coming in to play. look at the satellite perspective. sunny skies as far as you can see for the most part. it's going to be a spectacular-looking day. you might need a jacket, but it's going to feel nice. 68-degrees, the high in the i-4 corridor. we'll have that full 7-day forecast coming up. tom? all right, thanks, brooks, breaking in volusia county a bethune cookman university student is dead and two others hurt at a daytona beach party. now the search is on for a shooter. it happened after 1:00 this morning at indigo lake golf club. the clubhouse. the fight spilled out into the
also goes by the street name "corn bread." he's accused of shooting a man who died at the hospital. a woman was shot in the head. another man was shot in the back. all three are bethune cookman students. we have a crew on the way to the scene and take you there live as soon as we can. also new this morning, a car went crashing through a woman's house, smashed through two bedrooms before it finally stopped in the kitchen, and she said it's not the first time something like this has happened. this latest one happened last night on candle whick drive in sun tree. you can see the car in the middle of the house. the woman who lives there says she's grateful she was not home when it happened. >> see where that car went, if you would have been home -- >> yes, i would have probably been dead. >> maria says this is actually
fourth! she says another car crashed into her house in december and two other times cars have come into her car. it's not clear what landed the latest driver to end up in her house, but the driver was somehow not hurt. also happening in brevard county. two people hurt in a violent crash last night. look at that. brevard county fire rescue posted this picture on twitter. two cars involved here here, two people hurt. one had to be cut out of their car. we're still waiting to hear how they're doing this morning. also we're waiting to hear when three people disappeared for days will be back in central florida. gary bullock took off with his girlfriend and three-year-old son. u.s. marshals found them in kentucky yesterday. here's fox 35 kirstin delgado.
for one central florida family to find that their loved ones are alive and safe. escaped prisoner, gary, his girlfriend, in a natasha and her daughter. we spoke to her father, frank, he's relieved to know his daughter and granddaughter are safe. the two hit the road with the toddler and, of course, he tells us he's more relieved now. the father says it's an experience he'll never forget. >> it was a nightmare. i just hope no one ever goes through it. i was once on the couch going through these horrific things in their life wondering how they deal with it.
>> reporter: now bullock faces charges. qigly could face more charges and maybe jail time. carr telling us he's not sure what the first conversation with his daughter's going to be like. kirstin delgado, fox 35 news. and one man now faces charges related to that mass shooting last weekend at an orlando nightclub. this one happened in the tourist area. 23-year-old jose brull-lopez is free on bond. he's charged with carrying a concealed weapon and tampering with evidence. related to the shooting at glitz ultra lounge. witnesses told them they saw lopez run out the club's back door with a gun and throw it on the roof. the shooting was not random. >> there was a fight between two groups that escalated into a shooting.
at each other. >> detectives are trying to figure out if the shooting is gang related and if retaliation could happen. five of the people shot were bystanders. you decide 2016. the republican debate tonight. donald trump had a rally yesterday. dozens showed up. trump talked about jobs, immigration, trade, and strengthening the military. he went onto say america loses too often and he will make the country great again, he says. also took swipes at former governor, jeb bush. >> we're going to start winning with our military, we're going to win with hillary clinton. we're going to terminate obamacare. yes! he's asleep. he's asleep at the wheel, folks. no, seriously. can you imagine jeb negotiating with china?
to see trump last night. dozens of protesters stood outside the sun dome. some even attacked a donald trump pinata. good morning, ernest. i got to ask you. somebody asked this earlier today. jeb bush really polling very low right now. why does trump keep taking these shots at him? is he looking for a knockout blow? >> i think so. i think trump realizes as he continues to try to margin alize cruz and continue to front runner the republican side is he has to guard his rear. in the rear for his campaign is the establishment side of the party. he still remembers what happened in iowa that he came in second to cruz. more importantly that marco rubio made a push for the establishment portion of the
he saw the sergence of john kasich, but he's still yet to convince a good number of the establishment side of the party, and jeb bush may be making a push there certainly here in florida where he was a former governor. >> is there any danger going forward for trump in these debates? what does he have to watch out for so he doesn't jeopardize that front-runner status? >> this is a guy who has continuously, you could argue bush the boundary of decency in this campaign. there's a laundry list of persons and groups that he's
he has remarked he can clean up his act, and won't be as vulgar on the campaign trail. the question i have is, what does that do to his backers? i think that's part of what makes him so endearing to them and allows him to sort of resonate. if he becomes more established, i don't know that actually helps him. it's going to be interesting to see. presidential for him thus far has been pretty much on outsider. >> a couple weeks ago marco rubio surged briefly. everybody thought he might have things turning in a direction and took steps back in new hampshire. do you think he can turn things around if he has an exceptional debate tonight? >> he certainly has to. there isn't a matter of. if it's a matter of when. if he doesn't get it done we're going to see the demise of marco rubio in this campaign.
clear he came into the new hampshire debate with one thing in mind. he knew he had to do very well to stay in. if nothing else he was going to take down marco rubio. i think it was personal for him. we know christie is one to hold grudges. when i say the kasichs and the bush into a certain extent, christie, the three governors. trying to make jokes and make light of the misstep in calling president obama who knows exactly what he's doing. he's tweeted out that hillary clinton knows what she's doing, but he's got to have a great debate if he's going to stay in any way in contention. >> and certainly these gop debates are drama and fun to watch if nothing else. ernest, thanks a lot. appreciate the analysis today.
florida's primary. be sure to catch our weekly somehow saturday night thes a 11:00. now a fox 35 health alert. two more cases of zika viruses to florida. that brings the total to 20 now. they are spread across eight counties. they include santa rosa, osceola, lee, miami-dade and alachua county. all 20 cases are travel related. that means the people are infected with the mosquito-born virus and came back to florida. it can cause a mild fever, skin rash, but it is also linked to birth defects which causes babies to have abnormally small heads and brain damage.
today the late deputy, scott pines's wife meets -- it was been two years the deputy was shot and killed on the job. pines's family only got a one-time death benefit. the family's been trying to fix the problem with the scott pine law. it would guarantee after a first responder dies their partner gets 100% of their pay. it is now headed to the house. heads up, if you're going to be driving on 1792 between matland and winter park this weekend. plan for delays on that stretch, particularly the southbound lanes of 1792. they are shutdown for construction right now, and that's not going to change until monday morning, so expect heavy traffic through this.
more on the future of the 8:17. at this hour more wicked, winter weather blowing into the northeast. the national weather service says it's the coldest wind so far this year. new york city is under a windchill advisory starting this afternoon until noon sunday. the air temperature expected at 4-degrees. 4! not even a handful of degrees, but wind gusts could reach 45 miles per hour, so factor in the windchill and it could feel
new york's mayor urging extreme temperatures are expected to go up a bit by monday morning, so that's the good news there. this morning arizona police say the shooting death of two high schoolgirls may be murder-suicide or double-suicide. both girls were just 15 years old. happened in the phoenix suburb of glendale. in cuba pope francis making history, the first ever pope meetingewith the head of the russian orthodox church at the request of raul castro. florida's month long python challenge hunt ends this weekend. it is officially over tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. take a look at a pic of a 17-foot python wildlife officers caught a few weeks back.
the state started the hunt january 16th and they hope it drops the python population. they're a problem because they're not native to florida. they were all turned over to scientists for research. on the business watch this morning, some new paper work filed by walt disney showing the new avatar ride. the company wants approval to empty water into the storm water pond outside of the construction site. a map was posted showing the path of the ride and where people will queue up in line. it also talks about an indoor water system which may indicate the ride may be entirely inside. no word on when it will open, but a lot of people are waiting for that. brooks we have annual passes in our family, and every time we go out there i like seeing the really high in the sky construction for that ride.
and think about it, avatar 2's going to be coming out soon, right? >> i don't know. i think i'm the one person left on the earth that hasn't seen the first one. good morning, everybody. it's nice outside this morning. hope you had a good week. the weather's going to cooperate. temperatures right now, we're starting off predominately in the 50s, though, a little cooler air's just to the north. it's going to try and work its way in here over the weekend. seasonal temperatures, though, prevailing. i don't see any extreme heat or and that's good news. the weekend looks great. rain likely, probably now monday night into tuesday maybe with some thunderstorms. more on that in a minute. outside right now here's that delightful picture from the hyatt regency orlando. you can see the orlando i, the tourist district. 58-degrees, northwest winds at 9 miles an hour. yesterday with the big warmup into the 70s we had southwest winds.
northwest winds, and it's all through central florida, and that's going to bring a reinforcing shot of the mild air. temperature wise, we're in the 50s. same thing at the world center of speed volusia county. 55 in the villages. tom, you mentioned the cold air. take a look right now, temperatures well below freezing. the source region for this cold air is canada, the hudson bay. 42-degrees below 0 in winnipeg. tomorrow morning temperature, not windchill, temperatures looking like 7 below in boston. 4 below in new york city, so you know what, tonight's low of 44-degree is not going to be that bad. 66-degrees with that high today. if you're in the sun and out of the wind it's going to feel nice. overnight tonight look for lows in the 40s, so it's going to be which i will chilly by central florida standards, but great star gazing.
69 tomorrow. tomorrow we bring in a couple of clouds, and monday into tuesday especially monday night into early to mid tuesday could see some rain and you remember this is coming through central florida. we'll keep an eye on that ending off the week just in time for the big week in the daytona on a sunny note. tom. it's just about 8:22. when it comes to money it seems couples have some trouble getting on the same page. so what's behind the mayor disconnect and how can you find some common ground?
8:25. on the money watch a lot of couples are apparently not on the same page when it comes to money. research shows 72% of couples they communicate exceptionally well, but 43% admit they don't even know how much their spouses are paid. and 47% disagree on how much to save, so obviously there's a serious disconnect. so how do you get on the same page financially? keith simpson with lake advisor group is here to talk about it. how are you? >> i'm doing well.
probably the biggest, single mistake that couples don't make is they just don't plan. >> correct. well, it's like anything else. the first thing you need to do is come up with a plan. now, coming up with a plan is not as easy as it sounds because when you're talking about money it's a very emotional conversation, and especially for younger couples or younger relationships that i might be bringing more debt to the relationship, and i'm not comfortable talking about that, so to get on the same page you do need to have that conversation, and the sooner the better. >> so as the communication starts, what the areas that couples should be talking about as they sit down and make their plan? >> the first thing you just touched on is salaries. it's hard to build a plan if you don't know how much money to work with. sit down and talk about how much money they have to start on the plan. once they've established that, the first thing you've got to cois -- do it set up your
we recommend you have three to six months worth of income set aside so you can cover those expenses if something happens. now, most couples don't do that, but that's the key before you even start saving for anything else, that's the first thing. once you get that established then you can start saving for a house, a baby or short term or long things are. >> i think people when they start going through these things they get really surprised if they go through it truthfully and a lot of little things they don't think about in their budget. >> how many times do you eat out or just the different, little things that you don't normally take into account. >> you've got to plan. if people want to talk more about this where can they find you? >> they can get on our website at the lake advisor group.com. it is 8:27. still to come, what bethune cookman university student is dead. two others are hurt.
out there. you're watching good day orlando on fox 35. and good morning. welcome back. we appreciate you starting your morning with us. i'm tom johnson. here's some of the top stories we're working on for you. it includes breaking news. one bethune cookman student is dead, two others hurt. the latest on the search for the gunman. plus, school grades are in. who's rejoicing and who still has some work to do. an emotional reunion. what happened when a little girl was reunited with a local firefighter who helped saved her life. we're also talking about the weather, of course we are, it's
that means there are always changes in the winter here, brooks. >> the good thing that we've got going on is we're not going to introduce any rain through the weekend. i don't see any big chill as well. spectacular weekend weather wise. starting off in the 50s outside. corridor. we do have some cool air working its way into florida, and it will through the weekend, we will continue with sunny skies. you can see right now just if you take a look, see that little boundary right there. that's right over tampa, right over brevard county. that's the first little batch of cooler air. it's going to struggle because it's not that powerful. yesterday we were in the 70s. today look for highs into the mid to upper 60s with those north winds coming in to play. it will get chilly tonight, but the warmup is coming around the corner.
tom? 8:32. breaking right now in volusia county. a bethune university student is dead and two others hurt after an early-morning shooting in daytona beach. happened just after 1:00 this morning at the clubhouse of indigo lakes clubhouse. tracy jacim is live on the scene with the latest. good morning, tracy. >> reporter: good morning, tom. and what an awful, awful scene. according today -- daytona police this all happened 1:00 a.m. this morning. simply there was a party going on, they say, and a fight broke out. take a look at this picture. 23-year-old lamont apparently pulled out a gun and began to shoot. he killed a 20 some-year-old man, and then there were two other 20 somethings, a female and a male. one in critical condition this morning.
the search is on for pastel and police asking for help, asking us to put that picture out. i can tell you they continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding that fight and what exactly happened here. we're going to stay on this story, tom, and try to get details for you straight up at 9:00. for now just remember that picture, keep an eye out. if you know anything call police. that's what we got from here, tom. >> all right, tracy, thanks. it is 8:34. developing this morning the most powerful democrat in the u.s. senate calling on allen grayson to drop out of the u.s. senate race. saying allen grayson has no moral compass. they disgrace the halls of congress. grayson's business activity have come under scrutiny in the past
new york times says grayson promoted his hedge fund. he is running in the democratic primary. in a statement grayson says, the reason why harry reed is making such an absurd statement is because he knows i'm well ahead in the polls and heading for a strong primary victory. also in the news today, school grades are in. school districts are rejoicing this morning, some of them are celebrating the release of grades in seminole county. it's the first time in the history of the county that all of its high schools got "a" grades. osceola, lake and brevard celebrating. however there were several f grades in orange county. we posted a link so you can see how your child's school did.
it is not every day you get to meet a real-life hero, but yesterday one little girl was reunited with the lake county firefighter who saved her life more than a year ago. last may, mom, andrea and little taylor were staying in a resort and taylor nearly drowned. she was pulled out of a pool with no pulse and sthefs not breathing. firefighter shannon bush who was also there with his family jumped into action. thanks to him the little girl made it. ever since that day the families have shared a special bond. >> i think i was standing behind him holding him tight while he was trying to get her to breathe and stuff and instantly became family from there. >> shannon received 2015 fire officer of the year last night. andrea and taylor drove 14 hours straight through from ohio to help celebrate the award with their hero.
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the live concert begins at 8:30 p.m. on both nights. two-time daytona 500 winner, matt kenseth among the winners tonight at the sprint unlimited. bob frier talked with kenseth about his return today know in a. >> so great to be joined by matt kenseth. matt, great to see you. how excited are you to be back in daytona? >> i'm excited. we always look forward to coming down today toe in a, especially kicking the year off for daytona 500. there's a lot of excitement around the 500 this year and crnt wait to start getting ready for it. >> of course the sprint unlimited you did very well there last year, you must be looking forward to defending. >> you know, i am. it's fun to get out, kick the season off. it's always interesting because it's our first time in a race car in a couple months. there's always some action in
it usually feels like that some people are knocking the cobwebs out. it's usually an exciting race. last year we just barely missed the big wreck. >> you mentioned day to ein-- daytona rising. how much of a difference do you think that's going to make for fans coming out? >> yeah, i think it's going to be a great experience. i personally have not been up there and seen all that they did, but mostly i've talked to some fans that have been up there and seen it. there's a lot of excitement over it. it's truly a stadium instead of coming to just a racetrack, so i think the environment's going to be a lot different:the feel's going to be different, and the fans are really going to enjoy it. >> we talked about you being a two-time winner daytona 500 and back in 2012. a lot of people saying matt kenseth has everything that it takes to get back and win at the 500 again.
take for you and the dollar general car to get over the hump time? >> yeah, you know, this is an unpredictable race. it's hard to predict what's going to happen, but the first car. you have to do all the right things and have a car that's capable of leading the pack and pulling the lines around and doing all those. when you don't have a car it makes the job much, must have tougher, obviously. >> you mentioned your crew. i don't know the exact number of years you've been with joe gibb's racing, but why do you think you've been so successful? >> it at the top with coach gibbs. we have a lot of great, dedicated, smart people over there, and they build really fast race cars and do a good job
i feel like we got the best people, and it's like any other sport. when you have that that's always an advantage. >> you talking about first race of the season, getting things kicked off. is there a bit that needs to get kicked off. talk to me about your off season. really hit the ground running. >> yeah, i had a lot of fun this off season. got to do a lot of fun things. got to go snowmobiling with my friends, skiing with my family for a while. hung out at home. did a little bit of everything, so it's been a good off season. tried to work on staying in shape. trying to spend some time in the shop. kind of getting mentally prepared and ready for the season. >> all right, well, you mentioned we were just talking about joe gibg's racing, do you have to be a redskins fan or can you bring some other teams into the mix? >> no. he knows i'm a die hard packer
he went up to the game this year he did not invite me, he did not ask me to go with, but, yeah, we talk a lot of football, obviously, i get to hear a lot of cool, old stories, but he knows i'm a packers fan at heart. >> hey, matt kenseth. we had a lot of viewers send me messages. a lot of them said stay safe, have a great year, and looking forward to watching you race. >> thank you, i appreciate that. >> and for my money you have to be a redskins fan.v]g rrz just saying, hail to the redskins. fox 35 has you covered with racing this weekend at 8:00 tonight you can watch the sprint unlimited in daytona. followed by fox 35 news and at 1:00 p.m. sunday it's the daytona 500 qualifying, and you can watch the daytona 500 sunday, february 21st right here on fox 35. race time 1:00 p.m., pre-race coverage starts at noon. all right, let's talk about the weather because it is a really nice day to go racing,
>> yeah, absolutely. tons of sunshine. it will be a little cool into the evening hours because we have some cool air coming into central florida. 58 in orlando. a little cooler in the i-10 corridor. the dew points are the measure of moisture in the air. the higher the dew point the more humid it is. it's not too bad right here in central florida, but just to the north low dew points meaning very cold, dry air coming into central florida. it's going to try. it won't overtake us, and it will be nothing like they see in some parts of the country. 58-degrees outside right now. northwest winds at 9. so we've had a sneaker cold front come through. it's changed the wind direction predominately. there's a secondary front near i-10 that's going to try to bring in some of that colder, drier air. yesterday we made it into it 70s. not so today.
upper 60s. right now it's pleasant outside and temperatures predominately in the mid to upper 50s. here's that secondary front behind it. tens, 20s and 30s. again a little cooler than yesterday, but not cold. it's going to be a nice day. tomorrow we introduce a few clouds. high temperatures upper 60s close to 70. monday we warm up dramatically with the southerly winds, high temperatures well into the 70s, and we're going to watch this front. now, there's no real cold air behind it, but it looks like late monday into tuesday it's going to slide through here with some rain and maybe some thunderstorms, and then we're going to warm up nicely. i think you're going to like you have. today, enjoy it, folks. highs in the mid to upper 60s. overnight, it does get chilly. in the accuweather 7-day forecast. 68 today, 69 tomorrow, and back into the 70s all next week.
we go monday into tuesday. just a sneak peek at 8:00 and 9:00. weather baby time, and who do we have? cambry, you're one beautiful, little girl. >> absolutely beautiful. >> i love that bow. i love that smile. thanks for joining us this morning. if you want your child on weather baby all you have to do is log only to our website and follow the links. we are joined by our garden guru, nate. last time you were here we were talking about don't feed your yard in the winter, and now i'm getting nervous because we've got the lawn mower. >> it's beautiful weather out. this is springtime. it's ready to happen now. we're just getting ready for springtime and making it happen. >> getting ready for the grass to grow. >> now's the best time to tune up your lawn equipment.
it's some certain, little things -- >> shall we do this every year? >> yeah, yeah. it's one of those things that if you do preventive maintenance you'll have better results. it's a lot more fun to do this kind of thing. simple tools you're going to need. [ laughter ] >> simple tools you've got some screwdrivers, a spark plug wrench and a couple things i've recently come up with. if you've come in and you an air filter that looks like this you probably need -- it's supposed to look like this, guys. i got show this on the air. people have that kind of thing. guys, it's really simple to do as far as the tuning up your lawn mower equipment. you want to relace your air filter. it's simple to do. it's not much in tools. you're going to use on the lawn mower and put it into place into here, close it up and tighten it up.
>> the best thing would be to get the old air filter out and bring it in to you and i need one of these but new. >> a lot of people don't know what kind of spark plug they have. bring it in and we can match up the numbers. that's where the spark plug tool comes in handy. maybe an oil change. some mowers there's a plug on the bottom or if you're going to be doing an oil change you're going to tip the mower on the side and get the old oil out. one thing that i found, folks, is most importantly is gas goes bad in a month, okay. so what you want to do is it check the gas first. if you have old gas siphon it out and get rid of the old gas. it gunks up and becomes a problem. there's all kinds of other things that we could be talking about when it comes to tuning up your lawn mower equipment.
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hey, how about skipping the long lines at restaurants this valentine's day and just making your sweetie brunch in bed. chef pete is here with some delicious options for you. chef, good to see you. >> nice to meet you. >> glad to have you here. >> i see all the ingreedients of comfort food. >> we try to use as many local ingredients and make good dishes that you just really want to eat. our version of the blt sandwich. >> you had me at bacon.
use lake meadow eggs, and we do a fried green tomato. >> you can count me in that group. i love them. >> we're going to start with cooking the eggs off right now. what you're going to do is take a little tablespoon of this butter right here. >> what's the deal with this butter? >> i use non-salted butter. the best quality is the best way to go. we're going to get that nice and melt inside there. we're going to crack two eggs in there. i like to pop the eggs. if you're in there taking a big, old bite of this sandwich you -- >> when you said pop, you mean pop the yolk immediately. that why when you bite into the sandwich it doesn't run all over you when you're in bed because we're doing breakfast in bread. >> right. >> a little salt, a little pepper in there. and the key is get done quickly so we can get back in bed, right?
>> about medium heat. i try to keep the eggs together so they look like a patty on the burger bun, and i like to save time and throw the bacon in there with it. as far as the bacon goes i make that in house and we smoke it there, we cure it there. it's one of those in-house things you can't get anywhere else. we're almost done with these eggs, actually. thinking about flipping these? >> you tell me. i don't know how to flip them without breaking them. >> i don't know, is the fire department around? >> usually i flip them, but i have this -- it's okay if it's messy a little bit. you're at home. nobody's judging. >> what's next? >> we're going to add a little dheez this. this is just a white, aged white cheddar. nice, strong flavor to it.
charred off, or toasted off a bun, so you want that toasted. the next thing we're going to do sauce. >> let's kind of zoom through this if we can. >> we're going to do a little ketchup, mayo, capers, a little parsley and targon. >> the secret's out. >> yeah, i know. >> all right, and then you stack all this together with -- >> yep, put it on the bun. >> that is awesome. >> on the bun, and then stack it all together. >> where can people find you? >> 1541 international parkway in lake mary. have a great valentine's day. >> happy valentine's day. still to come, you know him from "there's something about mary" and "dumb and dumber" you can see him live.
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tris -- tracy jacim. >> reporter: i'm here at indigo lakes golf club, daytona beach police looking for this guy. i'll have the latest, tom, coming up. a car crash right through a woman's home last night. this isn't the first time it's happened either. the astounding number of close calls she's already had to deal with. plus -- yes! he's asleep, he's asleep at the wheel, folks. >> let the mud slinging, well, not begin, continue. how the gop candidates candidates are getting ready for tonight's debate. and we'll help you get ready for your day ahead. weather wise, brook, it is really nice outside. >> very pleasant outside. we're already in the low 60s in
some colder air to the north. thing, blue sky. looking live downtown from our sun trust camera, lake eola on the right-hand side of the screen. folks, this would be a spring day new york, d.c. or boston. for us we're in early to mid february still. now, once again 61-degrees. it's very pleasant for the most part. a little cooler to the north and west. we do have some cooler air trying to make its way into florida. right now it's hovering around the i-10 corridor. through the day it will feel a little cooler, drier air filter in. high temperatures will stay in the upper 60s close to 70-degrees. bringing in that drier area, and tonight looks chilly and then we get real mild. 7-day forecast is coming up. tom. breaking right now in volusia county, one bethune cookman university student is dead and two others injured
beach. the shooting happened just after 1:00 this morning at the clubhouse of indigo lakes clubhouse. that's where fox 35 tracy jacim is live. good morning, tracy. >> reporter: well, hi, tom, that's right, i am here actually at that clubhouse. no scene now because all of this went down at 1:00 a.m., but what it did, what an awful scene it really was. you're looking at the man, the daytona beach police are calling the shooter, 23-year-old, pastel. at about 1:00 there was a party going on here, and for some reason they're not serb why at this point pastel pulled out a gun and started shooting. he killed a 23-year-old male who died at halifax medical center, and he shot two other people too. we're told at this point williams is listed in stable condition.
condition. she was shot in the head. now, daytona beach police say all three of the victims are bethune cookman students and they believe pastel is not. there is a warrant out for his arrest, and they're actually asking for the public's help, which is why we're showing you that picture. if they know anything at all they ask, of course, to call police. meantime we're still trying to gather why this fight broke out and what sparked this shooting. hopefully we'll have more information coming up at the bottom of the hour. >> all right, tracy, we will see you then. also new this morning, a car crashed right through a mom's house last night. it smashed through two rooms before stopping finally in her kitchen. she says it's not the first or second time something like this has happened. crash went down last night on candle whick drive. you can see the car right there sitting in the middle of her house. the woman who lives there says
home when it happened. >> see where that car went, if you would have been home -- >> yes, i would have probably been dead. >> maria stone says this is actually the fourth time something like this has happened to her. she says another car crashed into her house in december, and two other times cars have come into her yard. it's not clear what caused this problem to wind up in stone's house, but fire if i officials say somehow the driver was not hurt. also happening in brevard county, two people hurt in a violent car crash late last night on i-95 north. brevard county fire rescue posted this picture on twitter. two cars involved here. two people hurt. one of them actually had to be cut out of the wreckage. we are still waiting to hear how they're doing this morning. also this morning, we're waiting to hear when three people who disappeared for days will be back in central florida.
off from a work release program with his girlfriend and three-year-old son. officials found them in kentucky yesterday. >> reporter: a sigh of relief for one central florida family as they find their loved ones are alive and safe. after three weeks on the run, escaped prisoner, gary bullock, his girlfriend and three-year-old were found in kentucky. the paternal grandmother is on the way to pick them up. we spoke to her father, frank, carr, he's relieved to know his daughter and granddaughter are safe. the two hit the road with a toddler, and of course he tells us that he's more relieved now. the father says that experience was something he will never forget. >> it was a nightmare.
i just hope no one goes through it. i was once on a couch going through these horrific things in their life wondering how they deal with it. now i know. >> reporter: now bullock faces charges of escaped destruction of an len trokic monitor. she could face more charges and maybe even jail time. carr tells us he's not sure what the first conversation with his daughter's going to be like ux but hoping they can begin to heal. kirstin delgado, fox 35 news. and a man facing charges related to that mass shooting last weekend in an orlando nightclub. 23-year-old jose brull-lopez is free on bond, but he's charged with carrying a concealed weapon and tampering with physical evidence. cops say the charges are related lounge. two people died. eight others hurt. witnesses told them they saw lopez run out the club's back door with a gun then throw it on
investigators say the shooting was not random. >> there was a fight between two groups that escalated into a shooting. those two groups began to shoot at each other. >> and detectives say they're trying to figure out if the shooting is possibly gang related or if they need to worry about retaliation. four of the people shot were bystanders. the republican presidential candidates go head to head in south carolina tonight. donald trump had a massive rally in tampa yesterday. thousands of supporters at the university of south florida. trump talked about jobs and strengthening the military. measuring loses two often, and he's going to make the country great again. they also took swipes at former florida governor, jeb bush. >> we're going to win with our military. we're going to win with our hillary clinton. we're going to terminate
jeb, he's asleep. he's asleep at the wheel, folks. no, seriously. can you imagine jeb negotiating with china? >> not everyone excited to see trump last night. dozens of protesters stood outside the sun dome. some attacked a donald trump pinata. monday marks one month until florida's primary. be sure to catch our political show saturday nights at 11:00 right after fox 35 news at 10:00. fox 35 health alert. two more cases of zika virus krm=ujuu inside florida. that brings the total to 20,000. they are spread across -- that brings the total to 20 now. they spread across eight counties. all 20 dayses are travel related, meaning the people were infected somewhere else and then
zika virus can cause a mild fever, skin rash and conjunctitis, but it's also linked to birth defects which causes babies to have abnormally small heads and brain damage. none of the confirmed cases in florida involve pregnant women. the late deputy scott pine's wife talks about a bill she's pushing to honor her late husband. it's been two years since the deputy was shot and killed on the job. this is video from a recent vigil. his family figured out he chose an investment plan instead of the pension. they got a one-time death benefit. they've been trying to figure out a problem with the scott pine law. after a first responder dies their spouse gets 100% of their partner's pay for the rest of hair life. the state senate passed the bill friday, and it is headed to the house now.
going to be driving on 1792, plans for delays on that stretch. specifically the southbound lanes of 1792 between mainland and winter park. they're shutdown for construction and that's not going to change until monday morning. expect heavy traffic through there. just about 9:11. still to come, this year's python hunt ends tomorrow. how many slithering snakes have been bagged? we have the numbers for you. new details about one of disney's new and highly anticipated attractions. more on the avatar ride after the break. the cars for the cure show is today. you'll be able to see cars like the 2015 lamborghini. the free event is hosted by fields auto group from 11:00 to 4:00 at colonial town park in lake mary.
lung 9:14, breaking right now. two baton rouge police officers are in the hospital after somebody shot them. officers say it started with a two-mile chase. when the officers confronted the suspect in that car, they say he got out with a rifle and started shooting. the officers were able to shoot back and hit the suspect. now all three of them are in the hospital, although it is not clear how any of them are doing right now. we're following this very closely. if we get any new details we will pass them along. also at this hour more wicked, winter weather blowing into the northeast. it is the coldest winds so far this year. new york city under a windchill advisory starting this afternoon and going until noon sunday. the air temperature expected at 4-degrees, 4, not even a handful
reach 45 miles per hour, so factor in the windchill and it could feel like negative 24-degrees. new york's mayor urging extreme cautions. temperatures expected to go up a bit by monday morning. this morning arizona police say the shooting deaths of two high schoolgirls may be murder-suicide or even double suicide. both girls were just 15 years old. happened in phoenix, glendale. they did find a suicide note at independence high school. florida's month long python challenge hunt ends this weekend. it is officially over tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. this is a picture of a 17-foot python wildlife officers caught a few weeks back. hunters caught 102 snakes. the state started the hunt january 16th and hopes it drops the python population in the everglades. they're not native to florida. they're not supposed to be here.
scientists for research during the hunt. on the business watch this morning. some new paper work filed by walt disney world causing a big buzz. they show the new avatar ride at animal kingdom. the company wants approval to empty water into the storm water pond construction site of the avatar area. a map also posted shows the path of the ride and where the line will be. the permit talks about an indoor water system which could indicate the ride could be entirely inside. a lot of disney files want to know when it will open. brooks, it might be a good day to go out to one of our great parks. >> even something like wet and wild. it might be okay to hit the wild parks if you can handle a bit of a breeze. low 60s for the most part in central florida. some cooler air coming in.
the i-10 corridor. sunny sky, but you can see the first, little wave of cooler air trying to work its way in. here's your headlines through the weekend 6789 it's going to be a very nice weekend with seasonal temperatures. highs in the upper 60s. normal is the low to mid-70s. rain likely late monday into tuesday. could see some thunderstorms. give you more details in just a few. outside right now 61-degrees. beautiful conditions. this is our visit orlando tower cam on the hyatt regency orlando. the orlando eye looking great. you can see throughout central florida the winds today are going to be out of the north to the northwest. yesterday they were out of the southwest, and that's why we worked up into the 70s. out the door this morning, cooler north and west. 52 in gainesville. 61 orlando. same thing in osceola county. 61 in brevard county.
very cold air. look to the north. these are current temperatures in the teens and 20s. tomorrow morning low temperatures, computer-model forecast. look at this, 7 below boston. 5 new york, 2 pittsburgh, and windchills tomorrow morning bone-chilling cold. just think about them. give them some thought tomorrow when we're dealing with highs in the 60s. sunshine today, highs in the 60s today with north winds 5-15 miles an hour. keep the umbrellas at home once again tonight, but you might need to bundle up a little bit. lows in the mid-40s into the late overnight tonight. 69-degrees for a high tomorrow. we bring a few clouds in tomorrow. now, late monday into tuesday probably monday night into tuesday some rain comes, maybe some thunderstorms. we clear out to end off the work and school week, and it looks like next weekend a continuation of the nice weather, good
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they perform risky it is 9:23. a medical break through in 3d. researchers using 3d printers to help put baby's hearts back together and the research is happening in our own backyard. >> when she was pregnant with little ronan there, everything was great until 27 weeks. >> and the doctor came in and said, we think something's wrong with his heart. we want you to see a specialist. >> the specialist confirmed. >> i just lost it. >> ronan had a heart defect. i was like, they're wrong. >> he's like one in every 100 babies born. he had a heart defect. within hours of birth he was in an operating room for a 14-hour surgery. we didn't see him go back, touched his arms and legs and
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you're watching good day orlando on fox 35. good morning, welcome back. i'm tom johnson. we appreciate you being here with us on this saturday morning. here are the top stories we're working on for you. we start with fox 35 tracy jacim. >> reporter: i'm here at the indigo lakes golf club. daytona beach police looking for a shooter who killed one bethune cookman student and injured two others. and florida school grades are in. who's rejoicing and who still has a little bit of work to do. also marco rubio being called a robot. danger, danger. we'll tell you how he's trying to shake that new nickname. we're also going to tell you about the weather because there's a lot of goodness happening in it right now, brooks. >> sunny sky.
the country where a lot of folks are going to be below freezing. they are there right now. they'll stay below freezing until tuesday, and it's not that shabby outside here. 61-degrees in orlando. same thing in brevard county. now, some cooler air around alachua, marion county. couple areas of cool air. we'll see lots of sun, but the winds will be out of the north, and that will bring in some cooler air. temperatures stay in the 60s all day today. we top out around 68-degrees. now, tonight will be cool, but then tomorrow, monday, tuesday, we warm up. we'll have the full details in the 7-day forecast coming up. tom. we will see you then, brooks. right now let's talk about the breaking news we've been following all morning long. one bethune cookman university student is dead, two others are hurt after an early-morning shooting in daytona beach. the search is on for the guy who police say did it.
1:00 a.m. at the clubhouse at indigo golf course. >> reporter: good morning, tom. members of that golf club arriving over the past hour or so just hearing about this shooting, and people really just shocked. a lot of folks been coming here for quite some time, and nothing like this has ever happened at least not here in the golf club. it's a pretty packed house. why don't we go to the picture of the man the police are looking for. 23-year-oldyr/s; lamont pastel. this is the guy who pulled out a gun around 1:00 this morning and started shooting. -- [ indistinguishable ] 23-year-old male. he critically wounded another, a
victim, 3 -- 21-year-old williams -- [ no audio ] i can tell you, tom, that just a few moments ago we spoke to a gentlemen that's been coming to this golf club since he was a teenager. he's shocked this would happen here, but not necessarily so surprised that something like this happened in the neighborhood. there has been some crime, and there was another shooting not too long ago, so it's an interesting situation out here this morning. the investigation ongoing, but daytona beach police really asking for your help. they want to find this guy. that's why they're putting the picture out. we'll bring you a complete report coming up tonight at 5:00. also breaking right now in louisiana. we have just learned the two baton rouge police officers shot in the line of duty this morning are in stable condition. the chief there says their condition's not considered life threatening. officers say it started with a
when the officers finally got the car stopped they say their suspect jumped o wut a rifle and opened fire. the officers were able to shoot back and hit the suspect. that suspect we're told is undergoing surgery. also developing this morning. the most powerful democrat in the u.s. senate calling on central florida congressman, allen grayson, to drop out of the race. harry reed says allen grayson has no more compass. grayson's business activities have come under scrutiny in the past several months. new york times on thursday saying that grayson promoted his hedge fund. grayson is running in the democratic primary to replace marco rubio. in part, the reason why harry reed is making such an absurd
well ahead in the polls and heading for a strong primary victory. school grades are in this the state of florida, and the news isn't that bad. after months of crying about the new tests, school districts are rejoicing, a lot of them. they're celebrating the release of grades in seminole county. this is the first time in history that all got as, just two elementaries there got ds. celebrating what consider to be good grades in their districts, however there were several fs in orange county. if you want to check out how your child's school did we have a link on fox35orlando.com. the gop presidential candidate, marco rubio, taking some serious flak, many calling him a robot. ken patrick reports. >> reporter: okay, let's start
results in new hampshire. >> -- [ indistinguishable ] >> reporter: yep, rubio is paying for one bad night he'll never forget. >> once and for all with this fiction that baa ram obama -- barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. >> the memorized 30-second speech doesn't solve one problem for one person. >> this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. >> there it is. the memorized the 20 second speech. >> reporter: rubio is not a robot, but he played one on tv. and he could not live that down. >> robot, robot. >> reporter: request when you campaign has to fight off a robot invasion it just does not
rubio is trying to move past his humiliation in new hampshire, and saying he's focused on the next two weeks. >> have you brought any fruits or vegetables onto the planet? >> who's we? excuse me? who's we? >> reporter: when you recycle statements and you're made fun of you for it and recycle the same can statements again your opponents can make you look robotic. >> the single greatest nation in the history of all mankind. >> reporter: you have to wonder what dave rubeio but gave repeated statements and expect to win. >> do you think it's a problem to have on-duty law enforcement there?
>> you didn't answer the question. >> i'm appreciative to everyone that comes to my event. >> reporter: ig rubio found what may pass in florida -- but he did, and he knows it. >> i know many people disappointed. i'm disappointed. it's on me. i did not do well on saturday night. that will never happen again. that will never happen again. happen again. happen again. again, again, again, again, again. >> okay, we added those last few, but remember rick perry only totally blanked out one time. and howard dean only screamed like a maniac one time. so now marco rubio is on thin ice because he looks silly and a narrative at a time when voters
this is the very funny harland williams with ben stiller in "there's something about mary" and now he's performing live in orlando, but first he sat down with fox 35's william brown. >> you were here about a year ago. >> come through once a year. whirl through orlando town, and just keep the folks laughing. >> where do you live right now? >> los angeles, man. >> it's not like you're up innew york where you're, like, i have to get to orlando this week because it's going to stink up
>> no, i actually schedule my year is during the winter all my gigs are in the south. >> well, it makes sense because up north people don't want to go out. show thursday night down here, a lot of fun. >> it was a lot of fun and it was cold and people wanted to get inside and get warm, and nothing warms the soul more than laughter, right. here we go. let's chuckle it up. >> about you, people recognize you from all these movies. you look at your bio. you've been in some of the biggest movies of all time. is there one role where you were, like, oh, that was a good one? [ laughter ] >> is there one that stands out for you? >> it's a great question, but i've been very lucky but i can't answer that by just picking one. it just keeps going. i've been very lucky and been in some really amazing movies.
people come up -- probably "dumb and dumber," rocket man." families just love that movie. >> people see you out. i wonder if they come up and say, hey, six minute abs. >> i get that from "something about mary." >> from a year ago, i don't know how much you work current affairs into your act or if it changes, but politics has just been funny in the past year. do you work that kind of stuff in? >> i don't, but this time around it's so ridiculous. if you look at the two front runners in our presidential race it's like cartoon world. it's like -- on one side we've got bernie sanders who looks like with his dairy queen blizzard hair that somebody came into his house and installed 12 ceiling fans, put them on full blast and bernie didn't know how to turn them off.
>> it's like they're cartoons and on the other side you have donald trump who's this crazy, manic billionaire who just says stuff. he's like mr. magoo. i'm going to build a wall and make it out of my hair, sir. it's, just, like. we got magoo, bernie sanders reminded me of shaggy. let's raise taxes on everybody, scoob. it's the funniest election ever. poor hillary clinton. >> keep going, please. >> how can hillary win? she stands there in a turquoise pants suit and i'm waiting for her to say, welcome to olive garden. she looks like a hostess for olive garden. >> obviously none of this rehearsed. just off the cuff.
people can follow you. >> harlandwilliams document and my pod cast twice a week. >> check him out tonight. website theimprovorlando.com. that's a fun valentine's day. >> it's great. you come out. i make you and your girlfriend or your wife laugh. you get out to the airport, check into the motel 6. it's going to be a great night. >> you've been reading my diary. >> they'll leave the light on for you. [ indistinguishable ] he is a funny cat. let's talk about the weather. it's lovely outside, brooks. >> good morning, tom, and good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us this morning. 9:47. 61-degrees outside. that's the temperature in orange county, seminole county and also in brevard county. here's a live look right now
the hyatt regency orlando. a lot of blue sky. north, northwest winds coming in. yesterday we had southwest winds bringing in some milder, actuallyq wa''\ air. we got into the 70s yesterday. today we city -- we stay in the 60s with winds out of the north and northwest. you can see bringing in some cooler, drier air. outside this morning it's nice. again, 60-degree readings for the most part in the i-4 corridor. a little cooler alachua county, marion county. tapping into some of this very cold air. 15 in lexington, and the big freeze for much of the united states on tap for the next few days. thankfully for us we're not going to see really any part of that. today, again, a little secondary front slips on through. we'll just continue to have north winds bringing in the cool, dry air, but we'll also have some good, mid february sunshine warming us up. cool overnight.
coolest night we've got for the next probably about a week. tomorrow winds go a little more on shore, and we could see some clouds tomorrow. sorry to say. by monday southerly winds, warm once again, and just go ahead and watch this system late monday into tuesday a little system comes on through. we could see some rain. more than likely will see some rain. we could see some thunderstorms. we'll keep you updated with that forecast. just enjoy today. no umbrella necessary. maybe a jacket. 68-degrees with plentiful sunshine and those north winds. overnight tonight you will need the jacket. bundle up just a little bit. cold by central florida standards, but great star gazing. yeah, check out the heavens tonight. 69-degrees the high on sunday, so after a cool start we rebound nicely and add a few clouds. back to work, back to school. back to the 70s all week long, then we do have that rain chance coming late monday into tuesday clearing out from thursday
it's weather baby time. this morning we've got aiden this morning. aiden! aiden must be a denver broncos fan because he's not letting go of that football. aiden, yog are one, cool dude. thanks for joining us this morning and making our morning all that much better. if you want your child on weather baby just like aiden, just go ahead and log onto our website and follow the links. tom? all right, thanks, brooks. 10 minutes before 10:00. avoid the crowds and cook up a romantic dinner at home. local chef is here showing you
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