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>> justin: breaking on the morning news, 2 people are dead in two separate orange county shootings. the latest on the investigations straight ahead. plus .... >> i' m going to start pressing charges against all these people, okay? [ cheering ] >> justin: the rally ruckus continues for donald trump. who he' s now criticizing for the violence. i' m justin warmoth alongside danny treanor. thanks for waking up alongside it' s go to be wet out there today. we haven' t necessarily had a lot of rain recently but this is good. >> it'
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s going to get worse. >> justin: let' s get right to this thenment>> danny: go to the radar to define and it' around lake city. in fact take you up there on the radar. as you see showers rollinging it' s coming out of the gulf of mexico because the cold front is trying to move across and driving it in our direction currently but also sinking down closer towards us. as we go through the rest of the day and the events scheduled for today are going to be affected by this and the for today. i can' it' it' s so humid. summer. so get ready for that. if you' re going to the last events of the bike week, you know, take along an umbrella
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today. 70% as we push into the afternoon and, of course, county, some is impabilityinging brevard county later in 4, 5, 6 and 7. temperatures at the moment in the 60s and we don' t have any we' re going to be getting up into the 80s and talk about look at this. some already generated in the i think it' s going to be a wet afternoon, justin. we' ll start with break news overnight in orange county where deputies are investigating a deadly shooting. they were called to north lakewood avenue in anderson place and later pronounced dead at the scene. we' re told the victim appears to be a juvenile between the age of 15 and 18 years old. there is no description on the suspect at this time. also breaking overnight this is video just coming in of another shooting.
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around 11:00 last night of shots being fired at the silver hills apartment complex in orlando. year- the parking lot. at this time there are no details on any suspects and the name of the victim has not been released. the investigation is ongoing. and more breaking news. this time in volusia county. the florida highway patrol is investigating a deadly car versus pedestrian crash. it happened at u.s. 1 near i- we' re told the driver did stay at the scene but right now the road is blocked. we are working to get more information and we' ll pass along the latest updates w once we know more. now to the race for the white house. with just two days until the primaries, the campaign trail is being overshadowed by donald trump' s increasingly controversial and violent rallies. meanwhile two of the contenders scored victories yesterday. ted cruz took the most delegates in wyoming and senator marco rubio won washington d.c..
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race for the white house. rubio is trying to gain ground s prime easier with the big day not only for florida but for 4 other states having contests illinois, miss mis, illinois here' s brooke with the look at where the campaigns stand. >> reporter: police used pepper spray to disperse protesters outside a donald trump rally in campaign city. they formed a circle around the presidential candidate as a man tried to rush stage at a rally in ohio and trump was forced to cancel an event friday as fights broke out between supporters and protestors in chicago. chaos there spilled into the streets where police made several arrests including a cbs journalist. >> there had been other groups of coordinated protests at past rallies but nothing as massive as what i saw last night. >> reporter: the republican
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responsibility. >> they want me to tell my people to be nice. >> instead he blamed supporters of the presidential candidate bernie sanders for instigating the violence. >> what evaporaters are doing is responding to a candidate who has in fact in many ways encouraged that violence. >> reporter: trump' s gop rivals criticized the protesters but also faulted the billionaire. >> i still intend to support the republican nominee. but getting harder every day. >> reporter: responsibility begins and ends at the top. >> reporter: trump has rallies in 3 states scheduled for sunday. brook silva braga, cbs news, new york. >> justin: and trump and rubio will be in the sunshine state today. rubio making stops in sunshine and orlando. he'
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then hold a rally in melbourne. trump will be in boca raton and head to doral on monday. and several candidates will be interviewed and new poll numbers will be released out of ohio, florida and illinois. you can can catch face the nation right here on news 6 at 10:30. and you want to keep the news 6 app handy this week. when any news breaks we' ll send a push alert and update the website around the clock and just a reminder folks in orange county still have time to vote. you can search for an early voting location by just clicking on the politics tab at clickorlando.com now to lake county where this morning we know the names of the 2 people killed in a plane crash this weekend. that plane went down in a vacant field north of south lake hospital. investigators have identified the pilot as shehan of port orange ask james kosz of oklahoma. the ntsb investigate whering it took off from and where it was headed. here'
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>> reporter: police say the plane will still be out here until they finish investigating. it' s a bit dark but the plane field. one neighbor says he heard the plane coming down just before it crashed near his house. >> sitting out front here and it sounds like a car coming by. >> 2 people died just north of south lake hospital in clermont. when he heard the single engine plane come down near his house, he rushed over to help. >> i can see the guy laying out and i went up to him first and when i got closer i said he was gone. and so then i looked around and saw fuel dripping but there was no fire or flame or anything. >> reporter: investigators say they' re still working to find out where the plane took off from and where it was going. seeing how there are several
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wells tells us he had no idea there were two people inside. >> i got a little emotional when i realized there were 2 and they were gone. >> the ntsb has taken over the investigation. >> fortunately there were no homes or injuries other than the 2 occupants of the plane crash. it is in close proximity to residents and very fortunate it didn' t explode and there was no fire or anything of that nature. >> reporter: and police just confirmed the names of the tw people inside the plane. pilot dane sheehan and passenger james coss. we' re told it' s still under investigation. jennifer ortega in clermont, news 6. >> justin: the search is on for the person investigators say killed a bicycle rider while trying to get away from police. the crash happened just before 11:00 on west colonial drive and lexington avenue just a block from i- 4. we' re told the trooper tried to make a traffic stop but the
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not stop and eventually hit charles mcmurray throwing him off his bike. officers say mcmurray was in the turn lane when they found the car abandoned 30 minutes later but still looking for the driver. if you have any information, call the crime line. we have the latest on the man killed in a shooting in apopka. sean wear died after his girlfriend, shanita williams, shot him. it happened at a home on east 13th street. paramedics rushed him to the hospital where he later died from his injuries. they say williams cooperated and gave a statement. so far no arrests have been made. and a burger king employee this morning is accused of robbing his own restaurant. deputies say dwight lanfare was wearing a pacific when he forced his manager to empty the safe at the plaza. when they searched him they noticed the mask after searching him in the parking lot. he' s now facing robbery charges. central florida' s good
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brought out hundreds of folks to blue jacket park for the second annual march for autism. got to love the zumba clas! had the pleasure of benefiting the front runner and even darth vader made a celebrity appearance. the staff voted to use the proceeds from the fund raiser to have teacher grants. the school says they had around 450 registered runners in the race. good cause! time now 6:10. check back in with danny treanor. hi, danny. >> danny: what was darth' s run time? >> justin: he didn' t make it. >> danny: same way i am. i watch people run. have rain trying to creep in and mess with our sunday. it' s already appeared up here where i- 10 and i- 75 and lake city and it'
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towards the jacksonville area but it is just like a preview of what' s to come and across the area and this is where we tune up to the potential for showers and thunderstorms and that today. >> justin: a mac daddy return. when the famous golden arches open. and slamming into ididerod teams. >> and claiming the life of the florida deputy. what we' re learning about the
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>> justin: this morning family and friends are mourning the loss a deputy killed in a wrong- way crash. the 6- year veteran died after a head- on collision on the expressway. around 3 a.m. hillsboro deputy
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he was just finishing working a case as he rode along east on the salman expressway. the driver, 31- year- old eric macbeth was going the wrong direction and hit him head on. macbeth died at the scene. >> the signs are pretty clear. a huge one up there. big florescent sign. >> justin: just last year the deputy was recognized for rescuing a kitten from a storm drain. he also helped start a program to locate missing adults and children. now to alaska where this morning authorities say they' ve arrested a man accused of intentionally driving a snowmobile into 2 teams of mushers. this was near the front of the ididerod race. they arrested arnold demaski on suspicion of assault, reckless driving and 6 counts of criminal mischief. the 26- year- old has confessed to hitting the dog teams with
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was drunk at this time and is now apologizing. the crash is under investigation. now to the recall alert for pet owners. purina issued a voluntary recall for a number of wet dog food products. they say quality tests showed some of their 10- ounce cans of wet dog food may not contain the recommended levels of added vitamins and minerals. this prompted the recall which includes beniful prepared meals, beniful chopped blends and savory meals. retailers are asked to remove the affected projects. those that want a refund or have any questions can call the number right there on the screen. new this morning one of florida' s top regulators is booted from his office space because of bat gaau, no. he' s the department of
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no one should enter the office until the gauno is removed. a central florida building may not come with the side order of frees but the eye drive mcdonald' s is ready to serve hungry customers. the largest entertainment mcdonald' s built in 1976 is joining after new and improved renovations. it will expand with the double lane drive through. of course you need that and south florida kiosks where you can order new gourmet meals, pasta dishes and pizzas. for those that have been there, they will still have the games. i' m sorry, i cannot think about eating pasta at mickey d' s. daen the one on orange avenue use tod have pastas and all sorts of things like that. m getting traditional. >> danny: the big mac and filet of fish. >> justin: i don' t think so.
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made me the wonderful person i am today. >> justin: it' s winter still here in florida. >> danny: one more week of weather. >> justin: but feels like summer. >> danny: heat, humidity and chance of rain. get familiar with that. you' re going to have to deal with it for about 9 months in a row. let' s go and show you though a picture! a picture that looks really good over along the coast and it is nice! that' s merritt island. might need a rain coat for today and because the heat and humidity is so high out there at the moment, that' s a possibility. not a big one though. haven' t seen any out there. the rains are getting closer by noontime and by 4:00 this afternoon the 70% chance of rain and that will have an effect on the show. we'
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possible storms involved in this because it' s so ripe out there it is going to act as a catalyst and give us a chance for showers just like summer. some popping up in lake city and moving off towards jacksonville and that' s really the story. the gulf of mexico is going to increase with shower this is afternoon and then move across the area and run into the sea breeze front over on the west side coming in off the water and off water fot a great boating day for the storms and pushing through after about 4:00 this afternoon. and that is when we start to see an intermingling with the frontal boundary, storms, collision, chance for some showers and maybe thunderstorms out of that. warm temperatures over the entire southeast united states. no big news there. heat and humidity with 70% for today. this is what it looks like.
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gulf of mexico. and then by 4:00 nudging their way in trying to get closer and move into sumter county and maybe they dive farther to the south. they may actually bypass us but doesn' t mean central and south brevard county. you could have collisions pushing into the evening. as far as temperatures go today, hour by hour, we will be noontime 80 and 84 the top temperature and then throw in the 70% chance of rain. the temperatures for 86 in the villages and 84 in kissimee and 81 at cocoa beach. the night time temperatures drop into the 60s much like last night. some of that rain may linger into the early morning hours but here' s what' s going on. as we move into monday, we have the lingering 20% chance of rain. not really worried about that. and look by the time we get into next weekend we have another chance of rain. oh, did anybody mention oh, i have to take the change of clock. >> i'
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s good to see this morning. >> my phone changed the time. but the alarm didn' t sound. it was a silent alarm. it just came on. >> oh, my gosh! internal clock. >> st. patrick' s day is coming thursday. >> look forward to that. >> danny, thanks. you may be feeling tired with one less hour of sleep. coming up why researchers say springing forward may be linked to health problems. and as we head to break, a look at all of last night'
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>> justin: in your health watch, new information on breast density and health size and you may want to watch your heart now that we' forward. now this week' s top medical stories. >> reporter: springing clocks ahead this weekend may increase your chances of cardiac problems. that' s according to researchers at the university of alabama. they found the time change is linked to an increased risk of heart attack in people with history of heart disease. u.s. health officials say a zika vaccine could be ready for the mosquito- borne virus is hitting puerto rico very hard where there is concern thousands of pregnant women
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zika has been linked to a birth defect that leaves newborned with abnormally small heads and developmental delays. and a new study finds physical activity does not impact breast density. exercise can help lower the risk of breast cancer but danish resevers found no link between breast density and physical activity. they say more study is needed to help to exercise and protect against breast cancer. those are some of the week' s top medical stories. omar, cbs news. >> justin: got to hand it to them. this stray dog knows a good hiding spot when he sees one. the phoenix officer came across the small pack of dogs running down the street he sounded the horn. the dogs quickly scurried off but one managed to hide in the patrol carriage of the patrol tahoe. he was stuck under the car for about 20 minutes and refused to come out. but with the help of the local animal control, the dog was rescued and thankfully no dogs
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check back in with danny treanor and he' s in the impact weather center. >> danny: a good chance we might have rain today. could hear some thunder and i don' t think severe weather but what happens when you have heat and humidity and frontal boundary collisions and 70% chance of showers for today and this is as 80 temperatures, 10- 15 above normal for this time of the year and it is the last week of winter. the temperatures tonight dropping down into the 60s and you' ve already changed your clock by now but getting ready for monday and the 20% chance of rain and warm temperatures throughout the weekend and chance of rain reapires in the forecast. justin? >> justin: thank you. we' re following breaking news in orange count wre two people are dead in two separate shootings. we' ll have developments coming up. and two people killed when
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>> justin: good morning. 6:29 and welcome back. update you on some of our top it' s the last day of bike week. >> danny: and it kind of sucks it' that sucks because it' s going to be a little showery today and especially heading home. >> danny: remember the two right now it' s beginning to
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next the arnold palmer invitational. and st. patrick' s day on the way. >> yeah! >> those of you heading towards the bike week and wrap up for today, but hopefully got everything done you wanted to get done yesterday because as you see moving into the late afternoon showers and thunderstorm threat beginning to increase with the 70% chance of what we' re talking about. you can see we' ve got action going on right here and across the city and right across lake jacksonville. not going to be a big problem for us and it' s going to stay up there temporarily and more stuff will be generated out here in the gulf of mexico and it' s going to bring them right on shore. that on upon to of the fact we' ve got a lot of southerly winds bringing moisture in, that gives us the 70% chance of rain for today. temperatures at the moment are in the 60s. we' ve got a 70 over there in cocoa beach and that' s warm and muggy. if you' re thinking about the beach here, rip current threat is still very high and going to need sun screen. it won' t be uncomfortable, but
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temperatures are in the 60s. all across central florida. but we did note there was a 70 on there for cocoa beach and we are headed up to at least 80, maybe 84 with those possible storms and that' s 70% for today. be cautious. justin? >> justin: danny, thanks. we' ll start with breaking news overnight in orange county and that' s where deputies are investigating a deadly shooting. ocoee police say just before midnight they were called to north lakewood avenue and anderson place. when they got there they found the man lying on the sidewalk. the victim appears to be a juvenile between the ages of 15 and 18 years old. there is no description on the suspect at this time. also breaking overnight, this is video just coming in of another shooting. deputies say they got a call around 11:00 last night of shots being fired at the silver hills apartment complex in orlando. when they arrived, they found the 33- year- old man dead lying in the parking lot. at this time there are no
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name of the victim has not been released. the investigation is ongoing. and more breaking news. this time in volusia county. florida highway patrol investigating say deadly car versus pedestrian crash. it happened at u.s. 1 near i- 95 in ormond beach and we' re told the driver did stay on the scene and working to get more information and pass along any updates once we know more. now to the race for the white house with just two days left until primary, the campaign trail is being overshadowed by donald trump' s increasingly controversial and violent rallies. meanwhile two of his contenders scored victories yesterday. ted cruz took the most delegated in wyoming and senator marco rubio won washington d.c.. it is just his third victory in the race for the white house. trying to gain ground and a big day not only for florida but 4 other states having contests in illinois, missouri and ohio. here'
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where the campaigns stand. >> reporter: police used pepper spray to disperse protesters outside a donald trump rally in kansas city saturday night. earlier secret service agents formed a circle around the presidential candidate as a man tried to rush the stage at a rally in ohio. and trump was forced to cancel an event on friday as fights broke out between supporters and protestors in chicago. chaos there spilled into the streets where police made several arrests including cbs journalist sopan det. >> there had been groups of coordinated protests at past rallies but nothing as massive as last night. >> the front runner decline tod take responsibility. >> they want me to tell my people to be nice. please be nice. they are nice. >> reporter: instead he blames supporters for bernie sanders
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>> what our supporters are doing is responding to a candidate who has, in fact, in many ways encouraged violence. >> the gop faulted the billionaire. >> i still at this moment continue to intend to support the republican nominee but getting harder every day. >> responsibility begins and ends at the top. >> trump has rallies in 3 states scheduled for sunday. brooks for cbs news new york. >> reporter: both marco rubio and donald trump will be in the sunshine state today. rubio is making stops to the villages and in orlando. news 6 anchor erik von ancken will sit down with rubio today one- on- one and then tomorrow he' ll be in melbourne. trump will hold a rally in boca raton and head to doral on monday. and today on face the nation, several candidates will be interviewed including donald trump and john kasich and new poll numbers released out of ohio, florida and illinois. catch face the nation right here on news 6 at 10:30. and you'
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news 6 app handy this week. when anything breaks we' ll send a push alert and update around the clock and just a reminder. folks in orange county still have time to get early voting in. you can search for the early voting location by just clicking on the politics tab at clickorlando.com now to lake county where this morning we know the names of the two people killed in a plane crash this weekend. that plane went down in a vacant field north of southlake hospital. investigators have identified the pilot as dane sheehan of port orange and his passenger james coast of oklahoma. the ntsb now investigating where it took off from and where it was headed. here' s jennifer ortega. police say the plane will still be out here until they finish investigating. it' s a bit dark out here. but you can see the plane still in the middle of the field. one neighbor said he heard the plane coming down just before it crashed near his house. >> sitting out front here and
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car going by and then a backfire, but it didn' t really sound like it. >> mark wells said when he heard the single engine plane come down near his house, he rushed over to help. >> i could see the guy laying out and i went up to him first and when i got closer he was gone. so i looked around and saw fuel dripping and there there was no firo flame or anything. >> investigators are still working to find out where the plane took off from and where it was going seeing as how there are several airports in the surrounding area. wells tells us he has no idea there were two people inside. >> goit a little emotional once i realized there was 2 and they were gone. >> the federal aviation authority and national transportation safety board have taken over the investigation. >> fortunately there was no homes. there was no injuries except for the 2 that were the 2 occupants of the plane crash.
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residences and didn' t explode and there was no explosion or fire or anything of that nature. >> and police just confirmed the names of the two people inside the plane. pilot dane sheehan and passenger james coz. they tell me the crash is still under investigation. in clermont, jennifer ortega, news 6. >> justin: an old and huge oak tree fell in a downtown orlando neighborhood yesterday. several neighbors were around to hear it go down and it even damaged a few homes. workers spent the day attacking the tree from all angles. neighbors on hibiscus street just a few blocks from lake eola say it started to fall. google maps shows what the tree looked like before we see the canopy expand about 2 houses and across the street. the two people inside the two- story house barely got out. >> started coming this way and that' s when we started running and it barely slapped us in the butt as we were running back
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digging in the house and the couple was shaking. >> justin: the people upstairs in the house are without a home this morning. fortunately no one was living downstairs. fell. the biggest worry tarping the and here' daytona beach. not much going on at this hour. experience bike week. the motorcycle mecca wraps up today and folks will be heading back home so be safe if you' re traveling today. time now 6:38 and check in with danny treanor. >> danny: wrap up day for bike week and still have my fingers crossed for those that want to go to the tiko air show. there. it' s being generated and this is just kind of project us on out and where it' s headed and keeping an eye on this and work through the rest of the day and more will be created down here and push into the tampa bay
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their way into our area and it is start nothing lake city with that look at showers and heavily embedded rains just to the north of jacksonville but that' s just a preview of some of the things that happen today. it' s very warm and muggy and suny and that is one of the triggers that makes things happen today. it' s the last week of winter. look at these temperatures in the continental united states. not winter- like. we have a 70% chance of rain this afternoon by 4:00 and 84 . justin? >> justin: all right, danny, thanks so much. he' s lacing up his boots and walking for hours all to help veterans in need. he' s getting results award winner. his mission to save lives next. jamie? >> reporter: happy selection sunday, college basketball fans. i' m jamie seh. we' ll talk about the latest at the amway center coming up. >> justin: you'
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>> justin: our latest getting results winner you may have seen walking the roads and seen him in central florida and wondered what was his story. he was nominated because of his passion and commitment. news 6 anchor matt austin says it he just reaches one person with his movement, it' s a success. >> beautiful day today. beautiful, beautiful. this morning we are boot marching 22 miles. >> reporter: there' s a saying about walking in another man' s shoes. >> we' ll start off here and we' re going to walk 11 miles up. >> that you have to live another' s life. >> and we' re going to uturn and walk all the way back. >> reporter: to truly understand. >> always. >> reporter: keith wouldn' t wish that on anyone, but make
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today is all about getting his message heard and it' s as important as it is somber. >> today i' m out here raising awareness for those suffering from post traumatic stress. >> reporter: his journ after the accident long the rolling hills of busy highway 27. >> we' ve got the wind on our backs. sun' s just coming through. >> reporter: it will take nearly 6 hours to complete. >> people are just starting to wake up now. >> reporter: 6 hours to think. >> i just want people to know what' s going on. >> reporter: 6 hours to reflect. >> at minimum 22 veterans a day it' s an epidemic. >> he was just tired of people talking about doing things so he decided he was going to do something. >> he wanted to connect people dealing with the disorder. >> he gets a lot of facebook messages. needing help and he' s just there to listen.
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i know exactly how they feel. i' ve been the worst hurt - - i' ve been in the worst turning point in my life where i didn' t think i was ever coming back. so i know exactly where they might be. >> love you! >> reporter: because he says a simple conversation could save a life. >> he carries a picture on his bag of one of his friends that committed suicide. >> sergeant dwayne white. he committed suicide after we got back. - >> reporter: he' s loged nearly 3,000 miles since he got back. >> walking in his memory. memory. that' s our mission. >> he is amazing. he is my hero. >> justin: keith says he hopes to one day open a retreat here in central florida for veterans dealing with ptsd. if you know someone you' d like
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award, go to clickorlando.com ll see the getting results tab. s where you' nomination form. we would love to hear from you. and in case you were wondering if spring has sprung in florida. this traffic video might convince you. this was i- 4 at the beach around 11:00 last night and see the bumper to bumper in the eastbound lanes and it' that for hours. lots of folks stopping in central florida or driving through and still busy at 6:46. if you' re driving today, give yourself a little extra time. not only spring break but bike roads today. library yesterday. and ocoee is the second largest city in orange county. >> justin: really? >> danny: area- wise. but people were voting at the library so i was at the library but right next to us is an old grove, kind of overrun with weeds and everything but there
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could smell them and that is what makes me think about spring here. that and the red bud trees and you know what else? a lost people vacationing. let me shou you this storm pins. >> good looking shot. >> good looking shot. they might want to steal that and put it in the brochure. >> we have things going on out there. nothing big at the moment but it has potential to become the 70% chance of rain. it looks like summer and it will feel like summer for today. storms rolling in off the gulf of mexico. colliding with the sea breeze front coming in off the atlantic and that' s going to have an effect on the warmer chill for today because by the time we get to 3 and 4:00 in the afternoon, we' re talking
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and that raises the potential. not telling but severe whenbut am here to get stirred up in the gulf of mexico and that' s the next potential for our afternoon. now on the water today, on the atlantic, not necessarily a great day because of the potential for storms but things through and very wet weather over the inn tire united states entire united states south. that' s what we' re talking about for today. again that southerly breeze will help keep the rip current threat pretty high. if you are coming down and vacationing and want to jump into the water, so it' s a bit chilly in the water and that rip current threat is always a problem. check with the lifeguards. well, you can see we'
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about 1:00 this afternoon and still some of the storms up here to the north. things are starting to go or start to build in the gulf of mexico. starts creeping in around 4:00 near the tampa bay area. also the computer wants to actually push some of that towards the south so maybe, maybe we get brushed by it and we get mised by it but let' s go ahead and plan to deal with it. if it doesn' t happen, good deal. we were prepared and ready. here we are hour by hour. well, of course 8 a.m. which is really, what, 7 a.m. really because daylight savings? okay. noontime we were talking 80 and 84 - - my crew won' t even talk to me. they don' t like me. temperatures in the 80s. for tonight drop into the 60s and warning we have for the upcoming week? the lingering chance of rain in the morning and that 70% for today but still 20% in the morning and keep it warm and the last week of winter and
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problem because we may have some more showers returning to the forecast. >> justin: big golf tournament we' ll keep an eye on it. >> danny: don' t have a choice. the horizon. who are some of the teams i' ll tell who you they are. actually jamie seh will. she has your morning sports. >> reporter: it is selection sunday. college basketball fans know exactly what that means and more on that in a second and march madness has already been here in orlando this week. the american' s conference men' s basketball tournament and the delivering the best in post season hoops and going overtimes with the championship game is this afternoon. yesterday the semifinals. let' s start with connecticut and temple. yukon is in this game after surviving a 4 over- time florida final on friday. huskies still with plenty left in the tank.
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midway through the first half. daniel hamilton knocking in the jumper and huskies up double digits. connecticut the lower scene making the american conference championship game. for the third year in a row, ousting temple, 77- 62. huskies have the winner of this one in memphis and tulane was lowest seed in the entire tournament but beating ucf and houston but memphis not another upset victim. and lawson scoring 17 for the tigers and memphis knocking it off 74- 54 so a big game coming up for those tigers. the only way memphis makes the ncaa tournament is to beat yukon at the amway today. time is 3:15 for the american conference title. the magic of two programs who have done a lot of winning in march in the past and i will be at the amway today talking to the winner after the game. and news 6 is your home for selection sunday.
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reveals the ncaa tournament field and tonight at 11:35 we have ping hosting the special selection sunday show. he wants to hear from you news 6 viewers as well. he' ll take your calls about the big dance and giving you the chance to win prizes. it' s going to be a fun show to get you ready for march madness so tune in tonight and call in. >> i' ll show you another march madness that goes on during bike week. these guys have some guts. it' s the famous oval and the infield track. and there goes one sports bike and another went awry as well. but note the high and banking on turn one with speeds at 175 miles per hour.
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to racing and becomes the oldest winner of the daytona 200. and we' ll be right back. hi, guys! spring is almost here and you know what that means! easter is hopping along. pso, if you're looking to stretch your dollar this easter holiday, pjust look at these savings at your local walmart. orlando, in head-to-head shopping, the total amount saved at walmart vs. winn-dixie was $22.61 - that's 16% on this week's easter basket. why shop anywhere else? fill your basket with walmart's big savings. start shopping with walmart's every day low prices today.
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try to put a stop to a stinky situation. check this out. the oregon neighbors have been growing weary of people not cleaning up after their pets soone family took matters into their own hands so to speak. they created clever signs and planted them right next to every dog dropping left on the lawn. before they knew it they were close to 300 signs marking the spot. while the signs are humorous, the neighbors say that there is also a serious business behind them. i think we should start that. you know, clean up after your pets. it' s not hard. it' s really not. pack a bag in your pocket and clean up. >> danny: it' s so dangerous for me right at this moment. a potato farm. >> justin: danny is here with the forecast. >> danny: the 70% chance of rain today. that' s what i want you to wrap around. the rain things at the parks in
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you might find it very useful for today. it is to know next weekend too. >> breaking news in orange county. shots are fired and we' ll have the latest on the deadly
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morning news. 2 people are dead in 2 separate orange county shootings. the latest on the investigations straight ahead. plus... >> i' m going to start pressing charges against all these people. [ cheering ] >> justin: the rally ruckus continues for donald trump. who the front runner is now criticizing for the violence. good morning. i' m justin wa moth along side - - warmoth alongside meteorologist danny treanor. if you' ve been outside it' s nice and a little mild but some storms heading our way.
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it is like a summer evening as we roll into the dawn and so much like summer expected to act like summer and that means we' ve got a chance for some showers and maybe some storms later this afternoon. >> justin: all right! let' s get right to it then. >> danny: all right, we' re going to the radar because that tells the whole story and a lot of potential out there. look to the left and look to the gulf of mexico. see those rains popping up already? and there' s already some rain around lake city and then there' s more out in the gulf of mexico. more will be generated to work through the remainder of the morning and into the indianed river area that' s the problem. here are the storms right now. see these in lake city and a pretty good soaker. now they even had lightning associated with it out here in the gulf of mexico. however, as things evolve, things are going to bring us a chance of rain, they'
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70% for today! that' s going to have an effect on the show and by this afternoon maybe 4- 5, 6:00 talking about the 70% chance of rain and thunderstorms and look at these warm temperatures right now. that looks like and feels like summer and headed towards 84 for the high today. there will be cloud cover. you' ll soon need sun screen. rip current threat is high in case you are vacationing down here and make sure you check with the lifeguards first. temperatures in the 60s. we' re headed to the 80s, justin. >> justin: all right, danny, thanks. we start with breaking news overnight in orange county and that' s where investigators are investigating the deadly shooting. ocoee police say they' re called to north lakewood avenue and anderson place wh. they got there they find the man lying on the sidewalk with the gunshot wound. the scene. the victim appears to be the juvenile between the age of 15 and 18 years old. there is no description on the suspect at this time. also breaking overnight, this is video just coming in from another shooting.
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around 11:00 last night of shots fired at the silver hills apartment complex in orlando. when they arrived they found the 33- year- old man lying dead in the parking lot. at this point no details on the suspects and the name of the victim has not been released. the investigation is ongoing. even more breaking news. this time in volusia county. the florida highway patrol is investigating a deadly crash. a deadly car versus pedestrian crash. it happened at u.s. 1 near i- 95 in ormond beach. we' re told the driver did stay at the scene. we' re working to get more information and we' ll pass along the latest updates once we know more. now to the race for the white house. with just two days until the prime easier, the campaign trail is being overshadowed by donald trump' s increasingly controversial and violent rallies. meanwhile two of his contenders scored victories yesterday. ted cruz took most delegates in wyoming and senator marco rubio won washington d.c.. it' s just his third victory in the race for the white house. rubio is trying to gain ground
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primaries which will be a big day not only for florida but for 4 other states having contests. illinois, missouri, north carolina and ohio. here' s cbs' reporter with the look at where the campaigns stand. >> >> police used pepper spray to disperse protestors. earlier secret service agents formed a circle around the presidential candidate as a man tried to rush the stage and trump forced to cancel as fights broke out in chicago. chaos there spilled into the streets where police made several arrests including cbs journalist sohan. >> there were coordinated protests but nothing as massive as what i saw last night. >> the republican front runner declined to take responsibility.
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people, please, be nice. my people are nice! >> instead he blames supporters of the presidential candidate bernie sanders for instigating the violence. what our supporters are doing is responding to a candidate who has, in fact in many ways encouraged violence. >> reporter: trump' s gop rivals criticized protesters but also faulted the billionaire. >> i continue to support the republican nominee but getting harder every day. >> responsibility begins and ends at the top. >> trump has rallies in 3 states scheduled for sunday. brooks for cbs news, new york. >> justin: and both marco rubio and donald trump in the sunshine state today making stops in orlando. erik von ancken will sit down with marco rubio today one- on- one and tomorrow he' ll be in melbourne.
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monday. and several candidates on face the nation will be introduced including donald trump, and john kasich and the latest poll numbers in ohio and illinois. catch the latest on news 6 at 10:30 and keep the news 6 app handy. we' ll send you a push alert and update around the clock. just a reminder folks in orange county have time to get early voting in. clickorlando.com now to lake county where this morning we know the names plane crash this weekend. that plane went down in the vacant field north of south lake hospital. investigators have identified the pilot as dane sheehan of port orange and the passenger james coast of oklahoma.
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from and where it was headed. >> it' s a bigbit dark and one neighbor heard it coming down. >> and it sounded like a car going by and then a backfire but there' s something wrong with it. >> police say two people died in a small plane crash just north of south lake hospital in clermont. mark wells says when he heard the single engine plane come down near his house, he rushed over to help. >> i could see the guy laying out and when i got closer he was gone and i looked around and saw fuel dripping and there was no fire or flame anywhere. >> they' re still working to determine where it took off from and where it was going as there were several airports in the area. he had no idea there were two
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>> reporter: i got emotional when i realized there were two inside and they were gone. >> reporter: the faa and ntsb have taken over the investigation. >> fortunately there were no homes or injuries other than the 2 occupants of the plane crash. it is in close proximity to residences, but in this situation we' re very fortunate it didn' t explode. there was no explosion or fire or anything of that nature. >> reporter: and police have just confirmed the names of the two people inside the plane. pilot dane sheehan and passenger james koz. they tell me the crash is still under investigation. in clermont, jennifer ortega, news 6. >> justin: now to the crime alert where this morning the search is on for the person who investigators say killed a bicycle rider while trying to get away from police. the crash happened just before 11:00 friday night on west colonial drive at lexington avenue. that' s just a block from i- 4. we' re told the trooper tried to make a traffic stop but the driver of the nissan altima did not stop and eventually hit charles mcmurray throwing him off his bike.
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the turn lane when the car hit him. investigators found that car abandoned 30 minutes later and still looking for the driver. if you have any information, call crime line. in orange county, we now know the name of the man killed we' re told sean ware died after shot him. it happened at the moem on east 13th street. paramedics rushed him to the hospital where he later died from his injuries. they say williams cooperated with the investigation and gave a statement. so far no arrests have been made. now to flagler count wre this morning a burger king employee is accused of robbing his own restaurant. deputies say dwight lanfare was wearing a mask when he forced his manager to empty the safe at the burger king at flagler plaza. they found him sitting on the bike in the parking lot and when they searched him noticed the mask. he' s now facing robbery charges. yesterday central florida' s good weather and a good cause brought out hundreds of folks
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second annual march for autism. i had the pleasure of emceing the 5kevent that benefited the charter school. tons of walkers and rupers and the staff voted to use the proceeds to have teacher grants and 450 runners in the race. now to danny treanor. good morning, danny. >> danny: you told me the person that won it did it in 17 >> 17:50. he almost beat the lady riding the bicycle leading the pack! >> danny: i would still be out there. >> justin: i was too busy eating krispy kreme donuts. if i' d known there were donuts. storms tried to push in in the gulf of mexico talking to each other and getting angry and trying to move in our direction and just be prepared as we work through the day and see what'
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s coming this way. and as it comes this way we might get hit by some of them. in fact the 70% chance of rain. some of that has already shown up in lake city and we' re going to keep our eyes to the sky. right now warm and muggy. but check this out. the humidity 93%. that' s going to help make some rain this afternoon. >> justin: thanks, danny. sum are already it feels like this week - - summer already this feels like. when the most famous golden arches will re- open and the snowmobile slams into ididerod teams. what they' re saying about the man responsible. and the wrong- way crash claims the life of the florida deputy. what we' re learning about the tragedy next. you' re watching news 6 getting
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>> this morning family, friends and law enforcement are mourning the death of a deputy killed in a wrong- way crash. the 6- year veteran died after a head- on collision in hillsboro. he was leaving tampa general hospital. the traffic accident investigator had just finished working on a case as he rode east along the selman expressway. a driver, 31- year- old eric macbeth was headed in the wrong direction and hit him head on. macbeth died at the scene. >> the signs are pretty clear. i mean you have a huge one up there. big florescent sign.
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deputy was recognized for rescuing a kitten from a storm drain. he also helped start a program to help locate missing adults and children. now to alaska where this morning authorities say they' ve arrested a man accused of intentionally rushing into the sled race. it killed 1 doing and injured two others. demoski is arrested on sespugz of assault, reckless driving and 6 counts of criminal mischief. the 26- year- old confessed to hitting the doing teams with the snowmobile but says he was drunk at the time and is now apologizing. the crash is under investigation. now to the recall alert for pet owners. issuing a voluntary recall for the number of the wet dog food products. the company says quality tests showed some of the 10- ounce cans of wet dog food may not contain the recommended levels
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this prompted the recall which includes beniful prepared meals, beniful chopped plans and proplan savory meals. retailers are asked to be affected and those that want the refund or have any questions call the number right there on the screen. florida' s top regulators is booted from his office space because of bat guano. in fact 10 pounds of bat feces was found above the ceiling in ken lawson' s office last week. lawson is a secretary of the department of business and professional regulation. inspectors say no one should enter the office until the guano is removed. s the building may not come with the side order of fries, but the eye drive mcdonald' s is ready to serve hungry customers. the world' s largest entertainment mcdonald' s built in 1976 is joining fellow eye drive attractions once again after renovations. s will expand over 19,000 square feet with double lane drive
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kiosks where you can order new gourmet meals, pasta dishes and pizzas. and for those of you who have been there before, yes, it will still have the games. >> danny: the games upstairs. >> justin: a big attraction. >> danny: you have to go there once if you come here and it' s 40 years. i think it was the biggest one in in the world for awhile and the one they built in russia 20 years - - because it takes up an entire city block. >> justin: it' s crazy! >> danny: what are you doing today? we might be limited in the outdoor activities because mother nature has said i understand that it' s winter, but i want to do something today. we could use the rain. >> justin: we really could. >> danny: really could use the rain. let me show you the storm pin and this one is over in the daytona beach area. the sun coming up. yes! if you look to the east, it looks great.
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might see storms moving in. alan and leroy, thank you so much and it' s going toned up being crummy this afternoon. in fact 70% chance of rain staying warm. and i mean really warm. the rain closer by noontime and we really start to pay attention and there' s more. there' s more out there in the gulf of mexico. so we' re talk being a lot of potential for boaters today.
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potential for storms and the moderate chop on the intracoastal. the warm temperatures bathe over the entire united states and really is not winterlike weather at all. but this storm is going to start moving and as it moves it' s going to increase the chance and push of storms coming in from the west and then we have the strong southerly breeze which also increases our rip current threat but that also gives us the potential for possible thunderstorms. don' t want to rule it out. make sure it' s on the table and we all understand this with that. this is how it shapes up. it skirts off to the north of us and into the gulf of mexico and then that comes marching into the interior by 4:00 and then the computer wants to take and push them further south down towards lake okeechobee. so still in all that could be wrong but if someone pushes over towards brevard county, that could be trouble. hour by hour today, 69 earlier in the morning but by noon it' s 80 and it'
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that means everybody. everybody is going to be in the 80s for today. including melbourne and palm bay. and 60 temperatures tonight. that' s potentially the story and it sticks around for awhile. grab onto the temperatures. they don' t change and then the 70% chance of rain today. 20% maybe tonight around 10:00 and 20% lapse over into tomorrow and then we stay warm. and maybe sunny. but then st. patrick' s day not bad but by friday we start hinting at changes and chance of rain. >> justin: it is beginning to look a lot like summer! >> danny: friday and saturday, too. that could be the arnold palmer invitational. >> justin: it' s sunday and that means it' s time for the pet of the week. coming up we' ll introduce you to daisy mae and let you know how you can take her home today. and as we go to break a look at last night' s winning lottery numbers.
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years old and very sweet. a little overcome by this cameras and she' s a really good girl. >> smart, too. >> oh, and goes out and plays with the crowd. and the big and the little and has a great time. and she' s god energy. and she' ll be fine and can throw the ball and go out there in the backyard and have a great, great time going to the park and enjoying the other animals. >> now all the animals come chipped and microchipped? >> and spayed and neutered and up to date on shots and make sure they' re healthy. if there are issues, we let you know about it. if you can handle it, fine. if you can' t, we understand and we' ll look at someone else and we have our pet- a- thon on the 26th of this month. so lots of animals. >> tell me more!
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from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. and our pet a thon with dogs and puppies and kittens and cats and vendors coming out with a great time. >> danny: april 26th. >> i' m sorry, march 26th. and love for everyone to come out and please, if you leave an animal at the front door, leave more information. we need to talk to the dogs and cats. the website petrescuebyjudy.com >> justin: all right! you got to hand it to this guy. this stray dog knows a good hiding spot when he sees one and came across the pack of small dogs running down the street. he sounded the horn. the dogs quickly scurried off but one managed to hide in the under carriage of the patrol tahoe. according to the facebook post, he was stuck under the car for about 20 minutes or so and
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the help of the local animal control, the dog was rescued and thankfully no dogs were harmed in the incident. let' s check back in with danny treanor. time now 7:25. hey, danny. >> danny: the weather today is not a lot of clouds and humidity and 85 for sanford and 85 for leesburg and 84 for kissimee and 81 in cocoa beach and even palm coast comes in with 84. the sea breeze today is a warm moisture sea breeze and that is just going to add to potential for showers as we push into the afternoon and shous come in from the west and - - showers come in from the west and the potential for thunderstorms. and definitely in forecast. the chaps of rain is 70% - - chance of rain is 70%. justin? >> justin: following breaking news in orange county where two people are dead and two injuries and two people are killed after their plane goes
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what we' re learn being those victims just ahead. but first it' s been a biled couple of days for donald trump. why he' s pointing the finger at the presidential hopeful for
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news. s forecast. >> danny: there' s enough moisture in the air we have a s don' t look for a lot of sunshine today. folks on the atlantic coast at because it' s temporary and moving in from the gulf. blame the gulf of mexico today but there is also activity with the air bird war show. >> today things are flying around. >> danny: you' ll notice them in the air. >> justin: and bike week. >> danny: and bike week, wrapping up that today. spotty showers and then noon time the storms moving in for the air show and, okay! chance of rain. it starts increasing as we get past about 2:00, 3:00, 4:00 and that' s when the potential is and it might be a boomer.
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lightning associated with that. you see why? m concerned? already got activity out here in the gulf of mexico. going. and, of course, nudging closer 2- 3, 4:00 it starts to knock on the door and in and around tampa bay and those storms move nothing this direction and temperatures with the feel like and it is on humidity so high with the chance of rain. the rip current threat is high and take a look at the sun screen and expect it to be warm as we push through the rest of the day. 80s. 80s for today. >> we start with breaking news and just before midnight called to north lakewood avenue and anderson place. when they got there they found
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with the gunshot wound. he was later pronounced dead at the scene. we' re told the victim appears to be a juvenile between the age of 15 and 18 years old. there is no description on a suspect at this time. also breaking overnight this is video just coming in of another shooting. deputies with the shots fired and they arrive and found the 33- year- old man dead lying in the parking lot. at this time there are no details on the suspects and the name of the victim has not been released. the investigation is ongoing. and even more breaking news, this time in volusia county the florida highway patrol is investigating a deadly car versus pedestrian crash. it happened at u.s. 1 near i- 95 in ormond beach. we' re told the driver did stay at the scene. we' re working to get more information and pass along the latest updates once we know more. now to the race for the white house. with just two days until the primary the campaign trail is
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s increasingly controversial and violent rallies. meanwhile senator rubio taking washington d.c. with his third victory in the race for the white house. rubio is trying to gain ground in florida ahead of tuesday' s primaries which is a big day not only for florida but 4 other states having contests. illinois, miss mis, north carolina and ohio. here' s braga with the look at where the campaigns stand. >> police use pepper spray and earlier secret service agents formed a circle around the presidential candidate as a man tried to rush the stage in ohio. and trump forced to cancel as fights broke out between supporters in chicago. chaos spilled into the streets where police made several
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journalist sopan. >> there have been other groups of coordinated protests at past rallies but nothing as massive as what i saw last night. >> the republican front runner declined to take responsibility. >> they want me to tell my people please be nice. be nice. my people are nice! >> instead he blames supporters of bernie sanders for instigating the violence. >> when our supporters - - what our supporters are doing is responding to a candidate who has, in fact, in many ways encouraged violence. >> trump' s gop rivals criticized the protesters but also faulted the billionaire. >> i still at this moment continue to intend to support the republican nominee but getting harder every day. >> reporter: responsibility begins and ends at the top. >> reporter: trump has rallied in 3 states scheduled for sunday. brooks for cbs news, new york.
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donald trump will be in the sunshine state today. rubio in sun city and orlando. we' ll sit down with rubio one- on- one and tomorrow he' ll be in melbourne. trump will hold a rally in boca raton and then head to doral on monday. and today on face the nation, several candidates will be interviewed including donald trump, john kasich and bernie sanders and new poll numbers out in ohio, florida and illinois. you can catch face the nation right here on news 6 at 10:30. and you want to keep the news 6 app handy this week. when any news breaks, we' ll send you a push alert and update the website around the clock. also just a reminder folks in orange county still have time to get early voting in. search the early voting location by checking and clicking the politics tab at clickorlando.com. now to lake count wre this morning we know the names of the 2 people killed in the plane crash this weekend. the plane went down in a vacant
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investigators have identified the pilot as dane sheehan of port orange and ko z of oklahoma. they' re investigating where it took off from and where it was headed. here' s news 6 reporter jennifer ortega. >> jennifer: police say they' ll continue to investigate and it' s a bit dark but the plane still in the middle of the field. one neighbor said he heard the plane coming down just before it crashed near his house. >> reporter: sitting out front here and it sounded almost like didn' t really sound like it. something wrong with it. >> reporter: police say 2 people died in the small plane crash just north of south lake hospital in clermont. mark wells says when he heard the single engine plane come down near his house, he rushed
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>> i could see the guy laying out. >> they' re still working to find out where he took off from and where he was going seeing as there are several in the area. wells had no idea there were 2 people inside. >> i got emotional when i realized there were 2 and they were gone. >> reporter: the federal aviation authority and the national transportation safety board have taken over the investigation. >> the 2 occupants of the plane crash and it is in coaxclose proximity to residents but we' re fortunate it didn' t explode. there was no explosion or fire or anything of that nature. >> reporter: and police just confirmed the names of the two people inside the plane. pilot dane sheehan and passenger james koz. they tell me the investigation is still under investigation. in clermont, jennifer ortega, news 6. >> justin: now to where the search is on for who investigators say killed a
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get away from police. it happened just before 11:00 on west colonial drive. the trooper tried to take the traffic stop but the nissan did not stop and eventually hit charles mcmurray throwing off his bike. the officer was in the turn lane when hit them and still looking for the driver. if you have any information, call crime line. an old and huge oak tree fell in a downtown orlando neighborhood yesterday. to hear it go down and even damaged a few homes. workers spent the day attacking the tree from all angles. neighbors on hibiscus street just a few blocks from lake eola say the tree started to fall yesterday morning. wasn' t even windy. the two people inside barely got out. >> started coming this way and it just slapped us in the butt
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just totally came down and kept digging into the house. >> fortunately o one was living downstairs. no one knows why it fell. maybe old age. the biggest worry tarping the roof for the rain today. thedaytona beach cam. not much - from the daytona beach cam. you can see folks strolling the streets. not much going on at the moem. today is the last day to experience bike week. the motorcycle mecca wraps up a little later today. a busy day on the roads as spring breakers and bike week folks head home, head out. check back in with danny treanor in the pinpoint accurate weather center. danny? >> danny: you the trees in lake eola planted in 1900 by mayor bumbee and being 100 years old, kind of old for a free but thaibeautiful and love them to death and keep them around. unfortunately here comes trouble rolling in and bigger over the last hour or so. it' s now pushing its way towards the gulf of mexico.
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s going and it comes in from the gulf of mexico and it' s going to bang into the coast line. how far away is it? about 110 miles off shore of tampa bay so it' s going to be kind of pushing into the area soon and probably later on this afternoon. headed towards the 80s before it' s all said and done and we' re not the only ones on the warm side. but we' re going to be really warm this afternoon. >> yeah we will. he' s lacing up his boots and walking for hours all to help veterans in need. he' s getting results award winner. his mission to save lives next. jamie? d. >> we' ll talk march madness at the amway center coming up. >> you' re watching news 6 getting results for mount vern
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>> justin: you may have seen this man walking on the side of the road. and if he reaches just one person with his message, it' s a success he says. >> beautiful day today!
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morning we are boot marching 22 miles. >> there' s a saying about walking in another man' s shoes. >> we' re going to go here and walk 11 miles up. >> that you have to live another' s life. >> and we' re going to u- turn and walk all the way back. >> to truly understand. >> and keith wouldn' t wish that on anyone and it' s a message as somber as it is important. >> today i' m out here raising awareness for those with post traumatic stress. >> it' s a busy highway 27. >> we have the sun on our back and coming through. >> and takes 6 hours to complete. 6 hours to think. >> i just want people to know what'
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s an epidemic. >> he was tired of people talking about doing things so he decided he was going to do something. >> he started the outreach program called one team one fight for ptsd and connecting veterans dealing with the disorder. >> social media is the wildflower that' s blooming. >> he gets a lot of facebook messages and gets them daily from people needing help and he' s just there to listen. >> i' ve been there. i know exactly how they feel. i' ve been out at the worst turning point in my life where i didn' t think i was ever coming back so i know exactly where they might be. >> love you! >> because he says a simple conversation could save a life. >> he carries a picture on his bag of one of his friends that committed suicide. >> sergeant dwayne white committed suicide after we got back.
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miles in the last year covering nearly every backroad and highway in lake county. >> walking in his memory. all my brothers and sisters memory. >> to get 22 down to zero is my mission. >> he is my hero. >> keith says he hopes to one day open a retreat here in center central florida for veterans dealing with ptsd. if you know someone you' d like to nominate for the weekly award, go to clickorlando.com and the top banner you' ll see the getting results tab. that' s where you are going to find the nomination form. we would love to hear from you. and in case you were wondering if spring has sprung in florida, it has this traffic video that might convince you and this is i- 4 at the beach line at 11:00 last night and you can see it' s bumper to bumper and eastbound and westbound lanes and it is like that for hours and stopping folks in central florida or driving through the sunshine state for spring break and a
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of course not as much traffic out there but a busy day on the roads today but also a little wet out there so take your time. >> the only time i' ve seen that congestion like 11:00 at night is when like the races are on and in daytona and maybe free pancakes at ihop. >> that could attract a cloud like that. >> and oh, yeah! and donuts. >> we take donations. >> we' ll be ducking and dodging and using a pancho? >> a pancho. not a parka. >> okay, took us awhile to come up with the word and here' s the poncho for today because we' ve got some activity out in the gulf of mexico that wants to come and visit. like everything does and everybody does. this is actually last night in clermont looking west and as
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it may not look that way this morning because the sun is coming up in the east but the other thing is all the clouds rolling in off the gulf of mexico. firestone sent that picture in and thanks for sharing with low clouds and haziness out there. i don' t think it' s the problem. the problem is that ongoing threat and going to be impacted by showers in the gulf of mexico and show you some of those in the gulf of mexico and the potential for the showers for today and 80 temperatures and 4:00 in the afternoon with the 70% chance of rain so keep making. right now we'
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s building right now with showers and thunderstorms out in the gulf of mexico that want to push their way across the state. eventually as they get to the east side of the state, they' ll run into sea breeze coming in off of the atlantic and that is going to have the inserfeinter with boating today and the water temperature at 71 not good for your toes and help with southerly and by 2:00 this afternoon the rain starting to approach over on the west side coming! they keep pushing and maybe cross tampa by 4- 5:00 this afternoon but many might dive towards the south. might get brushed by these but the potential is in the air for today. and hour by hour we' ll push the temperatures 10- 15 above normal. 80 for noon and 84 with the afternoon chance of rain and
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ll drop it down into the 60s and the warm, muggy 60s by the way. and some may continue to lap over into tomorrow morning with the 20% dhans but the afternoon thing we want to keep our eye stay aware. s day. >> justin: are you irish? >> danny: yes,. >> justin: and now jamie seh with the morning sports. >> reporter: college basketball march starts. first march madness already here this week. s basketball tournament at the
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we' ve got upsets, buzzer beaters and yesterday the semifinals start with connecticut and temple. yukon is in the game after friday. huskies still plenty left in the tank and sean mill wert over mid- way from the first half and knocking in the jumper and huskies up double digits. connecticut and for the third year in a row beating temple 77- 62. and tulane with memphis. the lowest seed in the tournament but green wade beat ucf and houston to make yesterday' s game. memphis, though, not another upset. lawson made sure of it scoring 17 for the tigers and memphis
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the only way memphis makes the ncc tournament for the it' i' ll be at the amway today talking to the winner after news 6 and the ncaa tournament field and tonight at 11:35, ping hosts a special selection sunday show. he wants to hear from you news 6 viewers as well and he' ll be taking your calls about the big dance. nit' s the madness that goes home in daytona on bike week. these guys have some guts. this is the daytona 200 with the 75th edition of the
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famous oval and the infield track. there' s one and then look at them. the high and steep banking on turn 1. at speeds of 175 mph. 47- year- old michael barnes was retired. well, he came back to racing and he won it yesterday. michael barns became the oldest winner of the daytona 200. and we' ll be right back. (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security,
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>> frustrated neighbors used heavy duty humor to try to put a stop to a stinky situation. they' ve been growing weary of people not cleaning up after their pets, so one family decided to take matters into their own hands soto speak. they created clever signs. no one likes poop. and planned them next to every dropping left the lawns. how do you like those? before they knew it close to 300 signs and they say there is serious business behind them and cleaning the issues off and it is triggered. >> the memory came back when i saw the child reach down and it is like yeah, been there! >> it' s never fun. >> and let' s talk about we'
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get rain that may be washing some of that stuff off your lawn. but temperaturewise it is just going to be not comfortable because it' s going to be sticky and warm and 80 temperatures and bringing back the rain for next weekend. and then all that khaifrjs. >> justin: summer- feeling. a look at what' s coming up for the morning news.
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every day low prices today. and see what you could save. >> justin: breaking on morning news, two shootings with the latest investigations straight ahead. plus - - >> i' m going to start pressing charges against all these people. okay? >> justin: the rally ruckus continues for donald trump. who the front runner is now criticizing for the violence. i'
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treanor. danny has the forecast and it feels a lot like summer and technically florida has like two seasons. >> so it is the weekend and it' s the last day for the air show. it' s the last day for bike week. we' d like to wrap it up on a good note and at the same time we desperately need rain in central florida and the brush fires have certainly emphasized that and today we' ve got the chance. although some of the commuters are indicating we may be brushed by the rain and not necessarily socked by the rain. you can see where the rain is currently in the gulf of mexico. it' s building. it' s gotten a lot bigger. it' s a little bit more impressive. starting to think that we' ve got some more potential as we push through the rest of the day. showers have already moved across cross city and purned up towards jacksonville and even more right behind that. and all that seems to want to come this direction and even as it comes across i- 75, it' s also going to be sinking down towards the south. and sinking down towards the
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it could interfere with the air show today and by late this afternoon the 70er% chance of rain with the possibility of thunderstorm and that' s emphasized by the fact we may have the sea breeze frontal system going on and bangs into it and caused the collision and the storms with the possibility at 4:00 and right now in the 60s and you we are headed towards maybe 84 for the top temperature and the water temperature is at 71 and rip current threat is high. make sure you check with the plenty of sun screen with temperatures expected to get up to 82- 84 for today and possibly justin? >> justin: we start with where they' deadly shooting. ocoee police say just before midnight they were called to north lakewood avenue and anderson place. when they got there they found a man lying on the sidewalk with gunshot wounds. at the scene. the victim appears to be a
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there is no description on the suspect at this time. also breaking overnight, this is video just coming in from another shooting. deputies say they got the call at 11:00 of shots being fired at the silver hills apartment complex in orlando. when they arrived they found the 33- year- old man dead lying in the parking lot. at this point no details on the suspects and the name of the victim has not been released. the investigation is ongoing. and even more breaking news in volusia county, the florida highway patrol is investigating the deadly car versus pedestrian crash. it happened at u.s. 1 near i- 95 in ormond beach. we' re told the driver did stay at the scene. we' re working to get more information and pass along the latest updates once we know more. now to the race for the white house with just 2 rallies being
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creasing controversial and violent protests. and it' s rubio' s third victory in the race for the white house in washington d.c.. he' s trying to gain ground ahead of tuesday' s primaries alcohol be a big day not only for florida and 4 other states having contests in miss mis, north carolina and ohio. here' s cbs with the look at where the campaigns stand. >> reporter: police used pepper spray to disperse protesters outside the donald trump rally in kansas city saturday night. earlier secret service agents formed a circle around the presidential candidate as the man tried to rush the stage at the rally in ohio. and trump was forced to cancel the event friday as fights broke out between his supporters and protesters in chicago. the chaos there spilled into be. >> there have been groups of coordinated protests that passed rallies but nothing as massive as what i saw last night.
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declined to take responsibility. >> they want me to tell my people please be nice. my people are nice. >> instead he blamed supporters of the presidential candidate bernie sanders. >> they are merely responding to someone who has encouraged violence. >> justin: he falsed the protesters and the billionaire. >> i continue to support the republican nominee but getting harder every day. >> responsibility begins and ends at the top. >> reporter: trump has rallies sunday. installment of flashpoint. this week erik von ancken sits down with congressman john micah. >> reporter: good morning to i'
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our guest is congressman john micah of the 7th district. welcome, sir. >> thank you. thank you for having me. it' s the subcommittee now. one of the things we' re proud of is sun rail. give us an update on sun rail. it' s right now under construction and fully funded and down to point sienna. orlando international airport and plans for that are underway. but that' s important because it will give expanded service. people want it to run longer and weekends, too, and more frequently and that' 3- 4 years down the pipe when we finally get into the airport. right now. >> it'
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s big. not only for sun rail but at the current terminal, we' re now building an intermogul center to the south and people mover will carry people from the current north terminal to the intermodel center which would have sun rail and other mozed of transportation coming in. parking. it would have all kinds of things with the couple of concourses and reaching 38 million passengers at the orland on airport which is built for 24 million. that' s the grateway to the future and more than the area and a lot of people using the intermodal central. >> anchor: are enough sun rail
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done a disservice. >> people won' t use it unless it' sa convenient and i' m in favor of stronger and better kecks. we' ll have a new links direct orp and then it' s and then it' s people who don' t use public transportation unless it' s vened so we' ve got to increase the surface and make it more available and then the connections and that' s so important that we do that in the future. i' m optimistic in the future and i think working with a new links director ordone. >> you' ve been in congress since 1992. >> yes. >> a lot of accomplishments. we don' t have time to go over all of them. one i know you' re proud of is i-
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>> did you get me almonds? and it' s from the core of orlando and say it will be about 5 years. the construction is going to be light and this more intense. we' ve gotten that done and it' s true legislation that i passed that keeps the free lanes free but allows us to take the right of way i' m using with the asset and concert that to new lanes and paint through the tollso everybody benefits. the people are getting paid will pay but problem is it ends at kirkman road. the first 23 miles and there rfrnltds and then there are 4 more lanes of traffic move dry drive and the tourist area.
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we have to live up by 30 and 20 starting with theres and then it' s going to paw and then i think we can move that forward and good beyond the ultimate segment. >> so you' re thinking way long term here. >> you have to whether it' s sun rail mass transit or fixed transit or surface and then hueting intelligent and then it' s using roaders tr either and then in real time determine the number of cars going through and how fast and in reign real time to recalculate the lights and we had almost every single and body back in by central florida and can pathen we put in the
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to find go there does and then then how many times have you been to the intersection and sat there with no traffic then they just sit there. quee stoand then you move every day with lot of traffic. thank you so much. more with the congressman including thoughts on the
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erik von ancken welcome back this morning to flashpoint. congressman, before we left right before the break taking about the ruling from the fifth district court of appeals. essentially thises and surprised some folks saying that student government leaders and the public universities don' t have to be allow back into the public records. in other words they' re
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are saying essentially that this is protecting their education. >> yes, and their personal records and we did pas federal legislation that does give students and families and the student records and student processing within the universities or the schools in privacy. it is carve out but we do that for medical records and other thening i thinks but the student nude part of universal and then it does have certain rights under the federal fweft and all of it is not open. did and that' s how they are open and i think it' s been handled well. if things have all been to a re open, and that' s a different thing. stuend proceedings as the judicial process within the school' s. >> we chatted with an attorney
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attorney had to say. >> the student government numbers want to act independently like the statute intended. they want transparency in government. they want florida' s public policy of open government furthered. in particular they want the 50 ca to clarify its opinion and say that sga records are not educational records subject to federal practicing law. >> you heard the media and these are folks who say government officials are held accountable. they spend a lot of money on a lot of things. student body officials and then the 20 million dollar budget on things like bus services while grouped that we' re hearing from say those people should also be
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not be exempt for public record. >> i have to respectfully disagree. it' s a uation and some of us, the student government sga, i think you heard the sxwraeminterjecting and it' s a subject to that and we' re dealing with students and dealing with person records and the stuenlts are in a little bit different category. >> spending mon lick money? >> also there and then i know process and gan, also it' s federal money and under the federal government there and uncertain to protections and some do with the institute by law and i would say no and if there are instances where there is another activity and that criminal record should be
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sift and then i' m all for the sunshine. >> take' s and then for me is someone who doesn' t want it reveal even thee and then practices making just the president of public, - - not exempt from public records. again. i think the intent of the law is clear and we' re trying to protect students and families and records and student activities whether it' s in a school or the ioster and then and it' s going to change the action and it is a public action and the judicial process that' s a public entity and judicial process. even there we don' t open
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cases as you know. so i think hoots a btz proticket and then and then before you go primaries are right aroup the corner. your thoughts on the election. >> there, i think the pay is gallons down that the most votes will win. >> that is absolute three true. how are you feeling? >> well, on the republican side i' ve got everything with great candidates and there' s been a wide variety to choose from in love field and the field is narrowing and we' ll have great cands like the guy on our side and i am not an enthusiast for mrs. klipton though i' ll
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the handful of people decide. >> sure. i of the here in florida and been hoar 13- and then orllano has been there all over and then it is governor bush pushing ahead many times. we should and then it' s every 2 years. >> the founting faurds gave us the contract renuefl every 24 months so you' re looking for the most votes as well. >> and then it' s also about feeling good for the hub lick to make a decisions and they' ll go back and correct it. >> i wish you luck! >> thank you for being with us this morning.
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>> welcome back. hundreds came out for the second annual march for autism. i had the pleasure of emceing the 5kevent that benefited the charter school.
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running and walking and even darth vader made a celebrity appearance. using proceeds to run teacher grants. about four50 registered runners took part in the race. well, tomorrow a landmark is reborn in central florida. the building may not come with the side order of fries, but the eye drive mcdonald' s is ready to serve hungry customers. the largest entertaining mcdonald' s built in 1976 is once again joining fellow eye drive attractions after renovations. it would expand over 19,000 square feet with the double- lane drive- thru and self- order kiosks where you can order some new gourmet meals. pasta dishes and pizzas. and for those of you who have been there, yes, it will still have the games! and finally it' s not st. patrick' s day. unless you see this, right? onlookers say it sounded like a sporting event on the banks of the chicago river as the crews dyed the water green in
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and thousands cheering fromthe local 130 carry on the unique windy city tradition that dates back to 1962. believe it or not, it' s an orange powder that makes that river run green. the water change then followed by the parade downtown and i' m sure some beer also. >> so the butishness of the water and probably make green. when you go to mcdonalda when they re- open. chicken lips and snake ankles are really, really good! in the meantime here' s what we have going. it lapses over into tomorrow and by the way next weekend is looking a bit iffy. st. patrick' s day not bad though. >> we' ll have to look forward to that. chicken lips after this? >> justin: thanks for joining us this morning on news 6. joel osteen is next. remember we' ll break news and
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>> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's always a joy to come
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and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you we'll make you feel right at home. but thanks so much for tuning in, and thank you again for coming out today. and i like to start with something funny. and one sunday morning, this man walked into church wearing blue jeans, t-shirt, and an old cowboy hat. some of the members were appalled. they sent notes to the pastor expressing their concern. afterwards, the pastor told the man he needed to pray and ask god what he should wear when he came back to his church. next week, the man came back wearing the exact same thing. pastor said, "i told you to ask god what you should wear before you come back to my church." the man said, "i did ask god, and he told me he didn't know what to wear because he's never been here before." hold up your bible, say it like you mean it. this is my bible. i am what it says i am. i have what it says i have.
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i can do. today, i will be taught the word of god. i boldly confess my mind is alert, my heart is receptive. i will never be the same, in jesus' name. god bless you. i want to talk to you today about who's the boss. there's a battle taking place in all of us. it's a battle between the flesh and the spirit. the flesh is our natural carnal desires. that's what we were born with. have you ever noticed how you don't have to teach a child to be impatient, to be selfish, to get upset? i was at a grocery store, and this little boy, probably 2 years old, was there shopping with his mother. she looked like a business woman, very professional, well-dressed. her little boy was as cute as can be. and he went over and got something off the bottom shelf. and his mother said very lovingly, "no son, we have to put that back." up to that point, he had been

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