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provided by u.s. captioning company.] >> julie: security is tight and winter park. we're live with where president
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for his wife, just 12-hour polls. >> ginger: and florida could be marco rubio's last stand. we have reporters where he made his last local campaign stop in minutes and we'll take you to tampa where donald trump landed a new endorsement. good evening, everyone. this is news 6 at 7:00. i'm ginger gadsden. >> julie: i'm julie broughton. >> lisa: and i'm lisa bell. a well-known contender is throwing his hat in the ring of sheriff. why he says he's the perfect man to be volusia county's next sheriff. we'll have more on that, coming up. >> ginger: but first, we start with results 2016. the 99 delegates could make or break the hopes of the republicans who would be president. we're less than 24 hours when the results will start coming in.
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latest quinnipiac university poll has secretary hillary clinton leading senator bernie sanders in florida, 60% to 34% but clinton is taking no chances and she's sending in the big guns. news 6 reporter eric sandoval is live at rawlins college where former president bill clinton is about to rally the party faithful. >> reporter: putting it mildly, bill clinton is going to make sure all these people behind me gets off the couch tomorrow and goes to the polls to support. he says it's one thing to support a candidate and entirely different to actually cast the vote. he wants to make sure everyone votes for hillary clinton tomorrow. you can see the crowds are gathering here at the gym on the campus of rawlins college. people got in the car and came over to rawlins college after they got off work, we saw
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everyone waiting to get in to tonight's rally. we asked a few of them why they were here. what was the clencher that got them to come to tonight's rally. here's what a couple of them had to say to us. >> i've never seen a president, so it's kind of cool. >> i'm getting more politically involved right now. this is the first time i'm able to vote. i just want to know what people are talking about. >> reporter: she's going to get an earful of what people are talking about when bill clinton takes the stage in roughly 45 minutes from now. if you didn't get to rsvp for this event, we're live-streaming it on and we'll have a full wrap-up tonight at 11:00. we're live from winter park and rawlins college, eric sandoval, back to you. >> ginger: it's really busy out there. we can barely hear you. thank you for that. >> julie: on the republican side, the latest quinnipiac poll
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trailing donald trump and it's a must-win for rubio. winning florida could make trump unstoppable. we start with news 6 reporter erik von ancken with the trump campaign in tampa. >> reporter: it seems donald trump and his security team learned their lessons from chaotic rallies over the last few days. here at the convention center this afternoon, there were bag checks, patdowns and stern warnings to keep everyone in line and it seems it worked for the most part, even trump himself was a little nicer about it at all. >> get 'em out of here. >> reporter: trump taunted the five protesters, less than he did last week. >> they're crazy. i didn't know this happened in tampa. >> reporter: this was as nasty as it got this afternoon. even when a protester moved toward the stage and secret service grabbed him. >> what we don't have time for
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that's been going on with the, quote, unquote, protesters who are doing nothing but wasting your time. and trying to take away your first amendment rights, your rights to assemble peacefully. >> reporter: surprise guest sarah palin was more vocal about the protesters and so were the announcers who spoke before the rally started. >> if a protester demonstrates in the area around you, please, do not touch or harm the protester. this is a peaceful rally. >> reporter: the message at the rally over and over again was get out and vote. the campaign knows it's going to come down to voter turn-out tomorrow and that's why trump right now is on his way to ohio for a rally still there tonight. >> julie: thank you. florida attorney general pam bondi was at the rally and introduced trump and announced
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right now, senator marco rubio is rallying in west palm beach. >> lisa: from there, he'll have one more stop, a homecoming in west miami. here's more from melbourne where he made a last-minute plea for support. >> reporter: he stood up in front of a big crowd in brevard county saying a sunshine state win could change the entire election, an election he says he's not planning on getting out of anytime soon, even if he loses tomorrow. >> like always, it comes down to florida. >> reporter: florida is his home state that carries 99 delegates. it's a crucial win for marco rubio, who is using every minute before primaries to rally up supporters. >> i support marco and his immigration stance. i think he'll be someone who can unite a party and unite a country. >> reporter: uniting instead of dividing which is what rubio says the frontrunner in this
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trying to make it clear he's different. >> don't worry, you're not going to get beat up in my rally. >> trump is leading rubio in florida. rubio is leading a campaign of what he says is optimism for a new american future instead of what he believes is a campaign built on hate. >> we have to spend time telling people who we were in the hopes voters would see through this and it has not worked to reject it. two-thirds of republican voters reject donald trump as their nominee. hopefully that will come to fruition sooner rather than later before it's too late. >> reporter: he says even if he loses his home state tomorrow he'll be in utah on wednesday, continuing his quest to become the republican nominee, adding he hasn't even thought about dropping out. >> ginger: congressman alan grayson rallied support for
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morning grayson is running for marco rubio's senate seat. he called on voters to do their research before heading to the polls to pick someone who could be the leader of the free world. >> the president of the united states determines to a great degree how we live our lives and that needs to be somebody who actually is going to do good thing for ordinary people, the greatest good for everyone. >> about 2 dozen people attended today's rally. keep up with the candidates and the latest polls on tomorrow night, we'll stream live results on a special webcast as the numbers come in. don't forget, our free mobile app if you're on the go. >> lisa: looking ahead to the november election, a big name just joined the race for volusia county sheriff. >> julie: outspoke daytona beach police chief mike chitwood said he had to run. >> you're going to get a 24-hour
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accessible and hard-working. >> julie: he's run the daytona beach police department for a decade. he says volusia county deputies need more communication with the community and more technology. he's the 7th person running for the position. >> lisa: the sun means quite a bit of heat. we even tied a record today. >> julie: as we take a live look at a beautiful night in daytona beach, chief meteorologist tom sorrells is here to pinpoint all the heat. >> tom: it's been a weird day. we started out with cloud cover. we'll go back to that in a minute. we ended up with record tying heat in daytona beach. here's the visible satellite, fading fast. i want you to see how broken the clouds are to the west. we have no relief coming, no big clouds coming, no rain. the daytime highs, we hit 89 in daytona beach. that's the one we focused on all
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we did tie the record from in 1985. 87 in orlando and 84 was the high today in ocala. right now, no rain on radar. we had scattered showers down south. those have long since clocked out. no rain is happening in this part of florida. it's going to be a while before we get more showers. current temperatures, 77 in ocala. 80 in leesburg. 83 in orlando. the on-the-town forecast for tonight within the hour when the sun goes down, partly cloudy, 77. 9:00, 75. and the 10:00 hour, 73. i'll be right back and pinpoint overnight lows tonight and the heat is back for tomorrow. >> ginger: tom, thank you. >> don't forget, you can get breaking weather alerts and live radar anytime on our free news 6 pinpoint weather app. just search wkmg in your app store. >> lisa: well a strange mishap at gun range sent six people to the hospital. >> julie: hear what went wrong, in minutes. also a family's emotional plea after a middle schooler's life
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what school leaders are doing to help his classmates. >> ginger: plus a mcdonald's so large, they're calling it epic. why one of i-drive's oldest landmarks is now one of its news evident. >> lisa: we're getting results in palm coast, and all of central florida here on news 6 at 7:00 and the news 6 app.
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>> he was a child. you had no business taking him from us. >> it was very alerting. >> tonight a family is pleading for the person who murdered a 15-year-old this weekend to come forward. >> lisa: tonight deputies say they still don't know who shot 15-year-old antoine davis in the
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>> ginger: davis was a middle school er. >> it can cause a lot of people go through depression and make a lot of students scared. >> ginger: he and his wife say it was difficult for their son to return to school this morning. he was friends with the victim. deputies say davis was involved in ongoing disputes with other teens but tonight they do not have a firm motive for his death. if you have any information, you're asked to call the crime line. >> julie: an accidental shooting at a gun range left four kids and two adults hurt and deputies say they're all going to be okay. the marion county sheriff's office says 21-year-old zachary cox was loading his double-barrel antique shotgun when it went off. it happened at the forest road 88 shooting range on saturday. the pellets ricocheted off a concrete slab on the ground and hit six people. they were all taken to the hospital and should be okay. deputies did not charged cox and say they're still investigating the case. >> ginger: another case
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there are now 60 confirmed cases of zika statewide. the new case is in miami-dade county. there are nine central florida cases. all the cases are travel-related except for one confirmed case which was sexually transmitted in polk county. >> lisa: and now an old mcdonald's is now history. a new, larger restaurant is just about ready for customers. right next door, you'll find more than big macs there. we sent meteorologist candace campos and the pinpoint weather patrol to check out what's new. >> reporter: double the drive through lanes and double the fun here at the grand opening of not only an iconic mcdonald's on i-drive but now the world's largest entertainment mcdonald's. from the moment you walk in, there's something new to see at
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the new play place towers over 22 feet. you can also keep your foot on the ground in the 2,000-square-foot arcade and the food selection is one of a kind. you can now create your taste by custom-building burgers, omelets, desserts and, yes, even wood-oven pizza. so from food to entertainment, this mcdonald's is sure to stand out from the crowd. >> lisa: those pizzas look good. >> ginger: you don't think of burgers when you think of that mcdonald's. >> julie: i'm hungry. >> lisa: i wonder if this is the only one where you can get pizza? >> ginger: this is on the grand scale when you see the guy put it in the oven and take it out for you. we should go there. >> julie: we should go right now. >> ginger: the toothsome
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on the universal blog. it promises a hand made chocolate with an industrial stomach punk look out of 1800's. it features burgers, sandwiches and salads. no surprise, you'll want to save room for dessert, though, like these decadent chocolate milkshakes. the key lime one even comes with a slice of pie on top. it will open later this year where the nba city used to be adventure. >> lisa: those look amazing. i could have each one of those right now and not think twice about it. >> julie: down at disney springs, we're getting a new look at the major make-over underway for planet hollywood. it will soon look like a turn of
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it has a water-front view and live music. here's a first look at the new interior. when the restaurant reopens, it will feature a 4,000-square-foot video wall and plenty of movie memorabilia on hand. the observatory opens sometime later this summer. >> tonight is march 14th or 3-14 and for science lovers, it means it's pi day. the greek mathematical system starts out at 3.14, but they say math doesn't have to be boring. they made art inspired by pi. congress made pi day official in 2009. i was saying earlier, i have some friends here in orlando who at their school it's a big deal to bring in pi. >> julie: did i miss a note?
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>> ginger: she's going to be afraid ila forgot to bring in pie today. chief meteorologist tom sorrells is joining us now. what a warm day for spring. it was hot. >> tom: beautiful, beautiful. when my oldest child is home on spring break, they went to the beach today. >> ginger: of course. >> tom: take a look. we'll start out with storm pins. this is with allen from daytona beach. this is from melbourne. this is from winter garden, looking at the lake. >> ginger: beautiful. very nice. >> tom: joe said it's finally starting to cool off. >> ginger: it's not even dark outside. >> tom: it's bumming me out. do you like the time change? do you like it light or darker? getting the kids out in the dark in the morning is not good. the radar is as clear as can be. i'm not looking for much.
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orlando of 87 degrees. the overnight low this morning was 69. you look at this versus the regular normal times, temperatures, it's crazy how hot we are. 78 would be the average high in the last 30 years on this day. today we went all the way to 87. in daytona beach, you went all the way to 89. that's good enough to tie the record from 1985. 87 did it at the cape. temperatures right now, 83 in daytona beach and 80 in leesburg and 77 in ocala and 84 in cocoa beach. where are we now versus where we are yesterday? it's so much hotter. 13 degrees warmer in palm coast. 6 in sanford. 4 in orlando. all the winds today pushing from the west, trapping the east coast sea breeze. all the areas on the beach didn't get a chance to cool off at all. while it was only 2 degrees warmer in daytona beach than in orlando, it's 9 degrees warmer now than it was yesterday at this time. wind speeds are pushing from the west, 17-mile-an-hour wind in
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10, with 10 being awesome, tomorrow's about a 9. it will a whole lot like today was. if you like it warmer, it's your day. great day for baseball. if you want it cooler, it's not your day. overall, it's a 9 because it doesn't rain. it doesn't storm. you can get everything accomplished you need to get done. here's the satellite and radar together. notice how dry it is from here to texas. here's why. here's the water vapor loop. the dry air aloft gobbled up the cloud cover today and brought us sunshine and the dry air extends across the gulf to houston, texas tomorrow. i don't think we'll get too foggy in the early morning hours, just low clouds. on wednesday, we'll still stay dry. overnight lows tonight, 61 in ocala. 64 in daytona beach. and the overnight low in orlando will be 66.
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first thing in the morning, 68. by noon tomorrow, 82. the daytime high tomorrow, one degree warmer than we were wednesday, 87. thursday is st. patrick's day. the high is 85. friday, a high of 84 with a chance for rain. a better shot at storms. -- a better shot of thunderstorms on saturday and sunday. >> ginger: we're a little nervous because we've got a big deal going on. >> tom: runway country? wear your boots and maybe your galoshes. >> ginger: i've got a couple of pairs. thank you, tom. news 6 wants to send you and your family to legoland. right now, we have a contest going on for four tickets to legoland and a one-night's stay at the legoland hotel. enter all week long on our news 6 facebook page. the contest is at the top of our home page. good luck. >> lisa: we'll be right back. >> remember, news 6 is always on, your
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this is a letter from someone who's here. she has to take a brand name drug. been taking it since the early 1980's. at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> here's the line-up starting at 8:00. it all leads up to news 6 at 11:00. >> ginger: at 11:00, news 6 is getting results. >> lisa: what we have learned could help you save big on common medical expenses. >> we can save patients nearly
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spending at another healthcare provider. >> i figured we'd be in and out. >> julie: we'll show you how she could have saved thousands, and you can as well. that's tonight at 11:00. >> ginger: and tonight after the news 6 at 11:00, stay tuned for "the late show with stephen colbert". he'll welcome comedian john olver. you don't want to miss it. >> we break news on we'll see you back here tonight at 11:00.
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