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targeted for their political views. the family says their street was spray painted with foul language because of their campaign sign. first though, the final push. republican rivals cross the state in the fight for florida. trying to win over voters before the polls open in eight hours. i'm matt austin. >> and i'm lisa bell. florida is a winner take all contest. and right now marco rubio is trailing donald trump 22%, to 46% in florida. that's according to a university poll. they're tracking the candidates in these final hours. eric? >> reporter: lisa, just within
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big homecoming celebration. he is back home in west miami tonight. he hasn't been there for quite a while. he was on the road stumping for votes. some of those votes could be cast right here at this polling location tomorrow morning. and those will be vote that is his campaign is literally couldn'ting nting on. >> reporter: front runner donald trump told a crowd he's running for president to give back. >> you know who i'm working for? i'm working for you. i'm working for you. [cheers and applause] that's who i'm working for. >> reporter: on the other side of the state florida senator marco rubio rallied for votes outside of a restaurant. >> tomorrow, this state will elect 99 delegates to one person. and i want it to be me. and i need you to help it to be me. >> reporter: for rubio, winning his home state tomorrow means staying for the race of the white house.
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get support at his own party. he was flanked by alaska governor sara palin and chris christy. state. and we've got the winner, we night. >> reporter: rubio is trying to sway the undecided voters. mainly the voters that don't want trump. but don't know which have the which of the other three. >> do we really want to live in a country where everybody hates each other. we can't have a debate about our tax rates, our health care laws. if we become a country where everybody hates each other, we're in a lot of trouble. now the other candidates, they have their eyes set on the midwest states that have their primaries tomorrow. this polling locations and all the other ones open bright and early across tomorrow morning. we will be in miami covering all
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what's a make or break night. on the democratic side, the latest poll has secretary hillary clinton has a double digit lead over bernie sanders in florida. 60% to 44%. but clinton isn't taking any chances. her husband, former president, bill clinton rallied people to go to the polls and cast their votes. he has set up previous speeches. it's one thing to support a candidate, it's another to get up and cast your vote. he wants to make sure that vote is for hillary clinton. >> and what we need is someone who can do the job. who can get stuff done. who can left us up together. i'm telling you, we can all ride together now. we can all grow together. but i want you to go out and vote for her tomorrow so we can do it. thank you. tonight, bernie sanders is
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after his upset win in michigan. especially ohio. >> i think we're going to win in ohio tomorrow. and news 6 will have you covered on all the primary results as they come in tomorrow night on our website. we'll have live updates starting at 7:00 p.m. on news powered by news 6 and the news 6 app. tonight families said they were targeted for their political views. their streets were spray painted with all sorts of foul language up and down. this is off webster street. it's just a few blocks from lee medical school. news 6's jennifer ortega is live outside the home tonight. do they think it's someone in that neighborhood? >> no. but they actually went door to door looking through trash cans for spray paint after they saw this right in front of their home. >> it's a shame that society has gotten to this point. handy says she's been living
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never had an issue stating her political opinion in her front yard. >> and people did that because they were afraid. we put signs up every election and have never had a problem. >> it wasn't until this morning when she woke up to the word nazi and kkk slandering trump in his following. off painted in red. >> they spent $3 on a can of paint. as far as i'm concerned, they just gave a little bit of capitalism. the vandalism stretches across two front yards. her and her neighbor who also have signs out front is. >> it's not just a violation to me. it's a violation to everyone. it's a violation to everyone that believes in their civil liberties. >> reporter: so patty tells us this won't stop her to standby something she believes in. >> i would ask them to sit down and have a civil conversation with me.
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they can hear my point of view. thest just as easy as that. now patty says she's not intimidated by the word. she will continue to openly support trump. we reached out to orlando police. and how long it could take to clean up this vandalism. breaking news now, a crash in seminal county to shut down a business intersection. and cut off power in some homes. four cars crashed at state road 434 and grant street. a hummer was sent into a concrete poll. and if you look closely, it fell on top of another. longwood police said the intersection will be closed until about midnight tonight. the crash caused a power outage and duke energy is working on that now. crime tracker alert for a man posing as a police officer. he pulled a woman over as she was driving home from a school library.
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beef foe's bray psi restaurant, not far from lake sumter state college. she told police she was pulled over just before midnight on saturday. police say a man in uniform asked the man why he was in a hurry. left. restaurant workers were watching, they believe they scare ed the guy off. claire mont police have a vague description, but he was driving a black ford crown victoria, with flashing interior lights, making it look like an un-marked patrol car. tonight we're hearing the 911 calls for help after a deadly plain crash. >> flight or jet. (indiscernible) or whatever went down in our back field. >> i'm sorry what? >> like a big glider jet or something. it just crashed. >> i heard a big boom and i looked behind in the field, and there's a small plane crash.
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engine plane that went down in a vacant field. pilot jane and james cost died. they're trying to figure out where the plane took off from and where it was headed. they're trying to determine what caused an amtrak train to derail. it was headed from chicago to los angeles when it jumped the tracks west of wichita kansas. more than 30 passengers hurt. two critically. ginger gadsden reports. >> reporter: teams are now on the scene in south western kansas trying to determine what sent an amtrak train flying off the tracks at night. first responders raced to free passengers inside when eight cars derailed. >> (indiscernible) people off the top. >> the engineer was quite vigilant and noticed something
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train into emergency brakeing early. that's probably responsible for it not being worse than it was. >> reporter: the 14 crew members were traveling from los angeles heading to chicago. 25-year-old danielle was reading on board. he felt tush lance that quote turned drastic. >> i -- as soon as i opened the room door, there was a large burning smell. got outside and there was a lot of people. i heard people crying for help and looking for folks. everyone was on both sides of the train looking for other people. family members. >> reporter: more than 30 people taken to near by hospitals. no word on how fast it was going when it went off the tracks. ginger gadsden news 6. the train had been inspected as recently as thursday. a dangerous mistake quickly turned into nightmares in a split second. passengers tossed around in the back seat of cars. what one state is trying to do to prevent injuries like that.
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fire rips there awe home. what happened just moments before a crew was set to go inside injuring nearly a dozen firefighters. >> is this march or late may? take a look at my temperatures. the daytime high, 89. and we tie add record in daytona beach of 89. tomorrow just might be hotter. i'll be back to pinpoint the highs for tomorrow and talk about the next chance of rain with you. and common medical expenses, they can really add up, but now news 6 is getting results to help you save big buckings. >> we can save patients ten times what they might be spending at another health care provider. we'll show you how she could have saved thousands and how you could too.
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like most of us, she never thought to shop around far doctor and compare prices. and after walking blindly into a neighborhood clinic complaining of shoulder pain -- >> i figured we would be in and out. my bail maybe a thousand at the most. >> reporter: she walked out for a bill for a series of cat scans she could not believe. >> $41,000. >> reporter: even though he didn't fix her shoulder. >> he'd done abc lootly nothing. >> reporter: enter mat snyder. founder of a new website called save on medical. it helps you save up to 60% and more on mri, x-rays cat scans, mammography, ultra sounds and dozens of surgeries. >> for mri, basic mri, we're saving patients 1500 bucks. >> reporter: here are some other examples. mammography, average price, $290. here, $150. chest x-ray, average price,
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a cat scan for the pelvic region, the average price, 1,000, $187, here, $400. to save on medical, you type in the procedure you want. in this case, mri shoulder. type in your location, orlando. and up pops the whole list of of providers. what they charge and what you're saving. then you pay online so there are no extra charges later. >> no bills in the mail no bills in the future, done with the entire process. >> reporter: we show patricia how she could have saved thousands and thousands of dollars. he saved thousands of dollars for one cat scan. but save on medical, $410. we're told the reason medical prices are being offered at a discount is similar to the discount airlines. they want to fill every spot for the customer during the day.
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i'm louis bolden news 6. you can check out save on medical online. we posted a link on our website, $7,000 to 400? that is crazy difference. chief meteorologist tom sorrells joins us now. man, we were cooking out there today. i hope this isn't a sign of things to come. >> i think it is. at least for five days. at least it's all smiles. and then you're like awe man. >> i love the summer here. >> this isn't spring. two different. i prefer normal, but i'll take this over being freezing. >> i've known you a long time. yo or not normal. taking a look at this beautiful beautiful storm. someone named yoda. teacher: force is strong in that one. what about this one . what about this one? thank you so much. i love the sun in the water. see the snap and send it to me through storm pin available in your app store for absolutely free.
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i got nothing. nothing's happening. it's dry as can be. hours ago, we had speckles. through osceola and brevard. these are the highs today. 89 in sanford, smoking hot. and 89 in daytona beach. that one is tieing the record goes back to 85. right now in daytona beach, we've cooled quickly down to 71 . the air is dry, when it's dry, it heats up fast and cools down fast. there you go. the high today is 89 and now we're at 71. 71 to leesburg and 74 in orlando and 76 in cocoa beach. compared to 24 hours ago, not much of a change in orlando. one degree cooler in orlando than we were last night. but 5 warmer from ocala to palm coast to three beach side in daytona beach. wind speeds and directions.
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the deal during the day today. it's been breeze i and all the rain from the west whoosh this way. so the east coast sea breeze never got to kick in. we a had all those really warm temperatures today. satellite and radar together, i think you know what i'm going. not a lot of clouds to deal with. no clouds new york city rain. but not here at home, we're fine. see all this orange in the black, that's the dry air at 30,000-feet, as long as this dry air which stretches to houston keeps funneling this way, we don't get any rain. futurecast is trying to eke out a shower or spritz of rain. i just don't see how it's going to happen with all that dry air in place, all the way through wednesday into thursday before we ever ramp our rain chances up at all. overnight low tonight is 64 in new smyrna, 66 in sanford.
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ocala is 64 in the villages in. titusville, it'll be 67 . in orlando tonight, the low is 66. here is tomorrow. first thing tomorrow morning, 6:88 a.m. by noon. the daytime high breaks it all the way back to a partly sunny. . by wednesday, a high of 87. thursday saint patty's day. the daytime high 85. friday t rain chances up to 40%. sunday hit and miss kind of days. coming up saturday, we will all be there rain or shine. there's going to be some rain to be had. we'll see what we can do. still ahead, seat belts we know save lives and prevent injuries. by not everyone require ed to wear one. the some states prompting to make a change. a house fire under control.
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moment that sent them to the hospital. first tonight's winning lottery numbers. 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.
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caught on camera, a frightening scene as a townhouse collapses. the moment the group try ed to attack the fire -- see there? right there. the front door early this morning, the smoke billows out, and then that wall collapses. eight firefighters in maryland were trapped. they were quickly rescued and taken to the hospital. they will be okay. well seat belts are known to save lives and prevent thousands of injuries. but not everyone in the car is required to wear one and just watch this video, what seems loo i can a safe ride becomes a nightmare as the family dangerously tossed around as their car gets hit and here in this one, a woman flies into a window while her follow passenger wearing the seat belt re mains in the seat. this video clearly shows how the dangerous scenario could play out. the unbelted dummy goes flying into the windshield there. injuring and even killing its front seat counterpart. >> people die.
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arms, broken jaws, big lacerations. they're a mess. an emergency room doctor said being in the back seat unbelt second-degree a primings for disaster. but in new york, you don't have to wear your seat belt in the back once you're 16 f. you ride in a cab, you don't have to wear one at all. 28 seats do require them used in the back. legislation is pending to make new york one of them. i checked in florida requires back seat passengers under the age of 18 to wear a seat belt. adults, though, do not have to. now to the best way to lose a race. >> this is the way to do it for sure. sacramento kings participated in a crawling race. i love this idea. have you ever seen this. it's the favorite of the kings game in which a group of babies crawl across the court from one parent to parent. one baby named landon was set to take the lead when all of a sudden -- he turned over and was like i'm done.
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so emma saw the opportunity and saw the lead and settled for a well deserved match. >> that's why you have to pace yourself so you don't pass out half way through. they do something similar at ucf during basketball games. >> i don't know if -- got to go to the bathroom, mom. this week for you tonight. there's a big tournament in town that really matters. it's a signature event that was out at bay hills totted. a beautiful day, the course is
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(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, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates.
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look at mr. big time over here got to play big hill. >> we're already tire odd fe this shot. i'm curing the shot. >> quiet please. tournament week in bay hill club and lodge. the invitational is this week. some of golf's best will t up
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sunday. last night, it was comc. scott lea mire. a great day to be out in the links. he rolled in on number 18. he did give me a pointer or two for my par saving cut on 17. it's been a very good year so far for sam. >> this past weekend, you seeing any momentum now. >> i do. it's nice to be coming in this week. i feel good about my game. the putting has gotten good this year. i did get to see mr. palmer this afternoon. he's one of the gracious human beings alive. can you give me a win instruct her i always ask you this every year. you got a winner for the tournament? >> but i don't think i would. if i knew who was going to win, i wouldn't tell you. all right, much more when mr. palmer and of course first round on thursday, now wednesday night at 11 o'clock. i do this every year. i'm feeling the pick right now.


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