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>> justin: now on the morning news, a shoot death of a teen. what police say lead up to the killing. and a hail of gunfire. what we' re learning about the victim and the suspect. good morning. i' m justin warmoth. we' ll get to the top stories in just a moment. plus these twins have shared and conquered a lot over their lifetime but now reached another milestone.
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first a look outside with the let' s get straight to she' s in the weather center with the latest. good morning, candace. >> reporter: pockets of rain falling over northern portions it' - the viewing area. we' ll see the bulk of showers by the time we head to 2, 3:00 this afternoon. look at weather and the moderate rain moving into portions of volusia county, daytona beach and 95. the relatively soggy start with light showers and moderate rain continues to spread inland through deleon springs and land as well. more showers reported out there in the villages and wildwood on the turnpike as well as 75. most of this will continue to track towards the south/southeast throughout the next couple of hours, but you can see here with the future radar not showing much. most of the heavy rain still to
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ll continue to see all that rain start making its way into the area by 2- 3:00 this afternoon. if you' re heading out to runaway country later on today, make sure to have the cowboy boots for the early morning and the rain boots for the afternoon. right now the temperatures are in the upper 60s to low 70s and we are going to warm up back into the 80s and the big cool down ahead. we' ll have details as well as the timing coming up. >> justin: thank you, candace. breaking news of a fire in a downtown condo complex at the sanctuary on south eola drive. we' re told the fire was quickly contained on the balcony and did prompt some people to evacuate. you can see some people on the sidewalk there. luckily no one was hurt. the cause is still being investigated. also in orange county, a final farewell to a 15- year- old boy. his funeral comes as deputies make two arrests in his murder. a 17- year- old and his 18- year- old girlfriend.
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the couple is caught and why the teen is shot. >> reporter: 17- year- old michael anderson is behind bars here at the juvenile detention center. when arrested deputies say he appeared to regret what happened. >> he did express some remorse in the shooting. >> we know this won' t bring antoine back, but we hope this news will bring a measure of comfort to his family. >> reporter: detectives say anderson was selling marijuana to 15- year- old antoine davis the night he was shot and killed and found lying on the sidewalk along lakewood avenue. >> mr. anderson apparently had the narcotics to sell. >> investigators say tips from year- old lindsey shirley who anderson' s whereabouts. they were able to find anderson hiding in the woods off north orange blossom trail. >> as his girlfriend, she had close contact with him. she continued to have contact
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after the homicide. often times made some decisions that anything regrets today. >> this isn' t the first time anderson has had a run- in with the law. he was arrested back in january for aggravated battery. >> we hope it is a wakeup call for some young men and women in that sort of thing and it can be life changing. >> his girlfriend shirley is being charged with evidence and still unclear if he' s charged as an adult since he' s 17 years old. jennifer ortega, news 6. >> justin: more breaking news now. we' re getting a look at a plane crash in crash caught on surviolence cameras. flight fz981 crashed while landing south of moscow.
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than 60 people are dead. the airline posted a statement on the facebook page saying, quote, we are doing all we can to gather information as quickly as possible. our thoughts and prayers are with our passengers and crew on board the aircraft. developing right now in orange county, a man fighting for his life after being hit by a stray bullet. the bullet came from a man who was mad at his girlfriend. the innocent bystander shot while working on the fence next to the nolia court apartments and as sachel explains, this is just days after the victim became a father. >> we learned more about the man caught in the crossfire and the events he was celebrating. workers with dave were noticeably sad while cleaning up by the one they say more
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he said he just had a baby this week. >> we don' t think that people realize. >> and they say a bullet shot by this man, angry with his girlfriend, struck him instead. the victim' s brother was working alongside to give cpr. police quickly caught the shooter. ward already has a lengthy criminal history. robbery, selling drugs and domestic violence with a weapon. the shooting right across from a daycare. >> it' s just i' m moving out. like i have 3 children. this is not my only one. and i can' t put them at risk anymore. >> reporter: she says they are praying, hopeful that goodwill come from something devastating and justice will be served. >> walking around in their own
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>> reporter: ward was charged with attempted murder in the incident. sachel saunders, news 6. >> justin: this just in. a bad rollover crash in brevard county near mile marker 246. you can see how bad that box truck was damaged right there. we' re told the driver was sent to the hospital. right now troopers are investigating what caused the crash. now to lake county where this morning there are results with the family dealing with the heartbreaking tragedy. the fire ripped through the home in mineola killing trevor ross. the city tells us a new home has been secured for the ross family. the state fire marshal is still trying to figure out what caused that fire. right now the peter o' knight airport remains closed in tampa as investigators try to figure out how a plane crashed. pensacola- crashed during takeoff. the fire chief says the plane was fully engulf indeed flame when is they got there.
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miles. miles. the names of the victims have not been released. now to the story only on news 6. a local deputy accused of pointing a gun in a fit of road rage. the alleged victim says he was just trying to get home from work. now the state attorney' s office is investigating. news 6 reporter erik sandoval has the story. >> reporter: both men ended up at this gas station on highway 50 in cler mont and it was here - - clermont and it was here that the alleged victim says the man that pointed a gun at him in his car was an off duty orange county sheriff' s deputy. richard valentine said it started here. traffic was heavy when he tried to turn on highway 50 onto miss florida avenue. >> i had this white kia behind me just beeping the horn. >> reporter: after he made the turn he noticed the kia was following a bit closely.
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s behind me anyway. i say okay, he' s tailing me. >> reporter: he said the kia tailed him through several intersections and followed him onto citrus tower boulevard. he said they exchanged hand gestures and that' s when the kia finally passed him and he saw the driver. >> and i see someone pull out the gun and he points it straight at me, you know? i' ve seen the gun right in my face. >> reporter: valen teen says he followed him - - valentine said he followed him to get the license plate number and the call to 911 lasted all the way and then the deputy got out revealing his sheriff' s uniform underneath the jacket he was wearing. he was off duty. >> we take all the information clermont provides us and interview the deputy involved and find out what occurred and come to a conclusion. didn' t point the gun at anybody. he said he took it out of the holster to show he had the gun
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it will be up to the state attorney to decide if criminal charges should be filed against him. in clermont, erik sandoval, news 6. >> has your march madness had some busting lately? you' re not the only one. in fact cbs says there are no perfect brackets remaining. >> half court heave for the win! got it! jefferson nails it! northern iowa wins! >> justin: got to love the madness. this is just one of the games that made march madness what it is. a half court 3- pointer to lift number 11 northern iowa against 6- seeded texas and notre dame rallied to beat michigan. you can catch more exciting hoops actions all day right here on news 6. time now 5:10 and check back in with candace campos for the day. >> you know who has pretty good brackets? >> a cute mascot.
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>> candace: how it always works, right? we see some activity popping this morning with rain moving in and the cold front is not the leading front just yet. that' s still to the north but still moderate rain up and down i- 95 to volusia county and throughout deland. a little further inwood with the villages with the moderate rain down to wildwood and the light to moderate amount of rain and the main front again is still up making its way into the panhandle and that' s expected to arrive later on this afternoon. i' ll have the timing of the front coming up right after the break. >> justin: all right, candace, thank you. still to come, ted cruz is gaining big support ahead of another round of voting. see what donald trump has to say. but first the suspected mastermind of the paris attacks caught.
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>> justin: this morning the french president alan wants the suspect from the paris attacks extradited for justice. >> reporter: the 4- month- long
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attacker to escape alive is over. authorities captured him during a gunfight in the brussels neighborhood. p.m. >> reporter: this is believes caught. prosecutors say he did not immediately surrender. police tracked him down after tuesday. he was the most wanted man in europe. authorities say he helped plan the november 13th paris attacks and was in the city the night they went down. the coordinated attacks at cafes, a sports stadium and concert hall killed 130 people and wounded more than 400. authorities believe he called some friends to pick him up and drive him back to belgium during the pandemonium following the paris attacks. french president francois alan says it appears more people are involved in planning the
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omar via franka, cbs news. >> justin: presidential contenders are gearing up for another round of support and the support of two key gop establishment figures. lindsey graham and mitt romney. the 2012 presidential nominee tweeted he planned to vote for ted cruz. cruz is expected to do well in the state' s gop caucus on tuesday. of course romney hasn' t been silent about how he' s against front runner donald trump. he said cruz is the only candidate who can stop the trump movement. in fact trump responded calling romney, quote, a mixed up man who doesn' t have a clue. no wonder he lost. in volusia county, a postal worker is in trouble after investigators say he stole a deputy' s cell phone on purpose. this is the mug shot for valmore kemp, the accused mail man. we' re told the volusia county deputy accidentally left his phone on top of a mailbox. shortly after kent investigators say swiped it and took off. they managed to track him down and arrest him. we' re told he'
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s not facing theft charges. right now the i.s.s. has a new space team after a rocket was launched from kazakhstan yesterday. >> and lift off! launching to the international space station! >> justin: the space capsule carrying 2 cosmonauts and jeff williams will join 3 other spacemen already on on board. williams' total career time in space will climb to 534 days edging out scott kelly by more than 2 weeks. imagine hearing your doorbell ring and looking out to see a robot standing on your front porch with pizza. the pizza chain is looking to make that happen, actually. in australia the company developed a self- driving robot to deliver hot food and cold drinks. a four-
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drew, dominos robotic unit, and it uses gps and can avoid obstacles and reach speeds of 12 mph. customers receive a security code by phone to get a pizza from the robot. okay, so question here. do we still have to tip the robot? >> candace: good question! >> justin: and if the pizza is cold, do you tell it attack it back to your master and bring me warm pizza. >> candace: back to your master? yeah. >> justin: have to figure that out. >> candace: but i' ve been back in the office and wow i wish i had pizza. or maybe you should. >> justin: haven' t had breakfast yet. >> candace: pizza sounds good for breakfast! >> justin: it' s scattered out there. >> candace: it is. later in the northern zones we' ll start rocking and rolling to prepare yourself but look
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for your weekend. still a good chance of rain for today. we are seeing showers right now primarily again for proportions of lucia and marion county. it' s been 11 straight days of temperatures near 80 and then the rain returning about 2- 3:00. going to be the golden hour for seeing some of the showers and some storms becoming strong. so do be aware with the pinpoint weather app and sending the push notifications whenever anything threatens. and then for sunday the early morning showers and the nice cool afternoon. the temperatures for the first time in 2 weeks will be back into the mid70s. so let' s look here at the radar again. relatively active for the friends in volusia county. daytona beach seeing moderate rain up and down i- 95. if you' re heading out the door, and down i- 95. deleon springs, deland through volusia county.
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wildwood also light to moderate rain up and down 75 as well as the turnpike. everywhere else down south, things are looking mostly dry. right now temperatures are very warm in the upper 60s to low 70s. 68 in leesburg. 71 in sanford and down in the city beautiful. in the atmosphere with the ridge of high pressure starting to break down with winds pumping in all that heat and humidity and feel it the moment you walk out that door moving in from the south library southwest. here' s the next frontment that' s going to be rolling right through the area throughout the next couple of hours. because of that we' ll see a warm afternoon with showers and thunderstorms and mostly cloud skies. not a nice day unfortunately. as you pinpoint here mostly dry until noon, 1:00 and then this happens with rain and heavy pockets and look how quickly this moves out. by about 6:00 with a few isolated showers at saturday
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could see a few pop up showers on sunday evening but nothing compared to today. the beach earlier rather than later but we do have that high risk of rip currents. check out the hour by hour forecast. the temperatures though warming up about 81 . by 4 p.m. we' ll be pinpointing that rain up to about 60%. where you live by and the temperatures in the low 80s throughout most of the area. tonight overnight lows and 67 . but the good news is we' ll be able to enjoy some nice 70 weather come monday and tuesday. justin? >> justin: all right, candace. thank you so much. medical expenses can really add up and now news 6 is getting results helping you save big bucks. how you can end up saving thousands next. but first get those tickets out. the look at winning numbers from last night' s florida lottery drawings.
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>> justin: what if you could shop for health care like you do for groceries? you could pay thousands less than you are right now. louis bolden explains how it all work and how you could save. >> these days we price shop for
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milk at the grocery store. hotel rooms. so why can' t we do the same thing for medical care. >> this is ridiculous. >> patricia thomas is a businesswoman and mother of 4. like most of us she never thought to shop around for a doctor and compare prices. and after walking blindly into the neighborhood clinic complaining of shoulder pain. >> i figured we' d be in and out. my bill would be a thousand at the most. >> she walked out with a bill for a series of ct scans she could not believe. >> 41,000 dollars. >> even though he didn' her shoulder. >> he did actually nothing. >> reporter: enter ned schneider, the founder of save on medical. a site designed to help you save up to 60% and more on mris, ct scans, mamography, ultra sound and dozens of surgeries.
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saving patients $1500. >> here are other examples. mamography, average price $290. here $150. chest x- ray. average price $176. here $50. a ct scan for the pelvic region. the average price? $1,187. here $400. to use save on medical, you simply type in the procedure you want. in this case mri shoulder. type in your location. orlando. and up pops a whole list of providers. what they charge and how much you' re saving. then you pay online in advance so no extra charges later. >> no bills in the mail or future. done with the entire process. >> we show how much he could have saved. thousands and thousands of dollars. patricia was charged $7004 for just 1 ct scan but at save on
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re told the reason medical prices are being offered at a discount is very similar to the discount airlines. they want to fill every spot for a customer during the day and when they don' t, they lose money. i' m louis boleden, news 6. rep - - bolden. >> justin: five cheetah cubs are going on display. the cubs will be in the nursery for 8- 10 weeks for around the clock care and willow is expected to make a full recovery. they' re so cute! until they become like 1- year- old and then - - >> candace: they can eat you! >> justin: now a check on the forecast with candace. they' you. the beautiful temperatures and a little warm in orlando at 71 and 61 in melbourne and squor out of ocala.
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the west/northwest and mostly dry to only last for a few hours. taking you hour by hour to plan out the day. if you have any outdoor plans after about 2 to about 6, we' ll see a good chance of rain as temperatures warm up to 81 . until then warm and muggy but living with chronic migraine feels like each day is a game of chance. i wanted to put the odds in
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>> justin: welcome back to the morning news! it' s 5:31. >> candace: already! >> justin: before we update you on the top stories candace campos has a quick check on the forecast. there are scattered showers but it will be active later on. >> candace: exactly. light to moderate rain in lucia and marion county but the big story comes about 2- 3:00 this afternoon. if you have any plans around re re ready to get soaked. looking at what temperatures are right now, temperatures in northern zones. low 70s a bit further inland and along the coast line. 70 in cape canaveral. 72 in cocoa beach.
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as we take you here hour by hour to plan out your day, we' ll warm up for the 11th day in a row. we' ll warm up above 80 . at 4 p.m. forecasting high about 81 . still about a 60% chance of seeing rain and showers. again, after that 2 until about 6. that' s going to be where we' re going to see more of the heavy. some storms could be strong throughout the next couple of hours. but throughout the next 4 days the cold front starts to make its way through saturday and sunday and look what' s ahead for us on monday and tuesday which cooler temperatures will be cooling off into the mid to low 70s. again, it' s been about 11 days since the highs have been in the 70s so this will be a nice change and much- needed rains obviously for the fire danger as well as the pollen. all that stuff has been very, very high the last couple of weeks. but the big concern will be some strong storms with lightning and heavy rain and the main threat throughout the next couple of hours. i' ll have more details on the timing of that front in just a few minutes. >> justin: okay, candace, see you then. the viewer just sent us this
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the fire in the downtown apartment complex. this is the sanctuary on south eola drive. we' re told orlando fire responded and quickly contained the fire on the balcony. it did promise people to evacuate though. you can see people on the sidewalk there. luckily no one was hurt. the cause still being investigated. and a final farewell to a 15- year- old boy. his funeral comes as deputies made two arrests in his murder. the 17- year- old and his 18- year- old girlfriend. they explain why they were shot. >> here at the juvenile destrengz center. when arrested deputies say he appeared to regret what happened. >> he did express some remorse. >> they say anderson was selling marijuana to antoine
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killed and found lying on the sidewalk along lakewood avenue. >> mr. anderson apparently had the narcotics to sell. >> reporter: investigators say tips from the community led them to lindsey shirley who then gave them information on anderson' s whereabouts. they were able to find anderson hiding in the woods off north orange blossom trail. >> as his girlfriend, she had close contact with him. she continue tod have contact with him after the event. after the homicide and often times made decisions maybe she regrets today. >> it was reported stolen from seminole county but this isn' t the first time anderson had a run- in with the law. he was arrested back in january for aggravated battery. >> we hope it is a wakeup call for some young men and women that are involve indeed that sort of thing. that it can be life- changing and hopefully they make better decisions. >> reporter: anderson is being
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his girlfriend shirley is being tampering with evidence. it' s still unclear if anderson will be charged as an adult since he is 17 years old. in orange county, jennifer ortega, news 6. we' re getting a look at a plane crash in russia caught on surveillance cameras. authorities say the fly dubai flight crashed while trying to land at an airport south of moscow. russia news outlets are reporting more than 60 people are dead. the airline posted a statement on its facebook page saying, quote, we are doing all we can to gather information as quickly as possible. at this moment our thoughts and prayers are with our passengers and our crew who are on board the aircraft. developing right now in orange county, a man fighting for his life after being hit by a stray bullet. the bullet came from a man who is mad at his girlfriend. the innocent bystander was shot
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to the magnolia court apartments and the tragedy comes just days after the victim became a father. >> and we learned more about the man caught in that crossfire and the exciting events he was celebrating. workers with dave' s fencing were noticeably sad while cleaning up the rods and fencing left by the man they say was more like brother than co- worker. he just had a baby this week. >> you don' t think about your life and people don' t realized their actions affect other people. >> he was a,sembling the fence when a bullet shot by this man, angry with his girlfriend, struck him instead. the victim' s brother was working alongside and dropped down to give him cpr. >> and ward has a lentingy criminal history.
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domestic violence with a weapon. the shooting, right across from a daycare. >> it' s just - - i' m moving out. like i have 3 children. this is not my only one. and i can' t put them at risk anymore. >> reporter: she says they are praying, hopeful that goodwill come from something devastating and justice will be served. >> walk around in their own world and dont care about other people. or people they don' t know and their actions have consequences. >> reporter: the shooter was charged with attempted murder in this incident. reporting in orlando, sachel saunders, news 6. >> justin: this morning a big win for hulk hogan. after 6 hours of deliberations the jury in the ex- wrestler' s invasion of privacy suit against tabloid gawker awarded him $115 million. kendra conlin has the latest. >> this is not only his victory today but also anyone else who' s been victimized by
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>> the once tough in the ring wrestler hulk hogan appeared to cry in court as the jury awarded him $115 million for the humiliation and economic loss he suffered over the last 3 years. that' s when gawker posted a video of hogan having sex with the local shock jock' s wife. >> i am confident we would have prevailed at trial if we had been allowed to present the full case to the jury. >> reporter: the gawker founder argues that bubba never got to answer questions in front of the jury. whether hogan knew about the cameras in the clems home and if hogan knew he was being recorded. >> that' s why we feel positive about the appeal we' ve been preparing. >> reporter: unsealed documents show the motive might not have been to hide the sex on the tape but racial remarks hemade. he' s shown saying to his wife, if we ever did want to retire, all we have to do is use that footage of him talking about
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and hogan insists he didn' t know he was being recorded but there are fbi notes saying "new being taped, all sides." and obvious camera in play. hulk knew. >> and that' s going to be back in court with punitive damages and potentially more money for hogan. >> and learning trevon walker died one day after being critically hurt in a dirt bike crash in miami. he collided with the ford escape on thursday night. police say walker' s bike did not have headlights and he was wearing dark clothing. we' re told the driver of the escape stayed on seen and several took to see and a mother lost her son and the family lost her brother.
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walker was the 4th round pick of the ravens in 2015. turning to volusia county beach safety says 2 took one of the personal water crafts for the joy ride. they were having medical issues and officers able to follow them onto land where they were arrested. and facing charges of grand theft of a vessel. central florida' s largest country music festival is in full swing and though the wet weather could play a role, the shower shows will go on at runaway country. this is at osceola heritage park, jake owen hit the stage last night and entertained thousands of country music fans. acts like kenny chesney and eric church will take the stage. runaway country runs through sunday. check back in with candace campos and the quick check of today' s weather center.
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ll have the cowboy hat ony and pancho over it. >> most of the news team will be out there and dont foreget to bring the rain gear with you. a few isolated showers and most tapering off to a half hour ago and in daytona beach we' re at 95 and stretching further inland through paisley and eustis as well. starting to see the break from the moderate rain but continue to track a few light showers for the next few hours and that big chance of rain by 2- 3:00 this afternoon and see most of the heavy rain though still to the north at 9- 10:00 this morning. and pinpoint the arrival in a few minutes. >> and taking the card out of the atm transaction.
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if you plan to go to the arnold palmer invitational today, get
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>> justin: in your consumer watch, more smart phones are coming to play in your life and now soon will replace atm cards. kenneth craig explains. >> reporter: this may look like every other atm, but with this one customers can use their phone and leave their debit card at home.
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wallet out of your purse or trying to find your debit card. s re equipped with the reader that senses the atm card stored in your smart phone. >> literally hold the phone over the reader. see it has worked. >> there' s a check mark. >> i' ll enter in my pin like you would with your debit card. i' ll withdraw cash, $20, from my checking account and it' s all done. >> here comes the money. >> reporter: other banks including chase and wells fargo plan to introduce cardless atms this year. guy mcbride believes the plastic card will eventually go by the wayside. >> you' ll increasingly see phones playing a bigger role in terms of routine transactions. >> reporter: experts say the phone is safer than a plastic card because a thief would need to unlock a stolen phone and also know the victim' s pin number. the phone could also solve the problem of skimming where criminals rig an atm slot with
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>> with all new technology it takes more time but once you realize how easy it is. >> a handful of atms have technology right now but bank of america plans to have it in 3,000 machines by the end of the year. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. >> justin: probably seen a tractor pull at a fair but pulling 600 to 800 pounds. the 40th annual super pull features 7 classes of competition and 20 some tractors in a class. that' s unbelievable those little things can pull up to 800 pounds. >> and that' s what you do up there.
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television show, right? guess they put anyone on tv nowadays. >> justin: so today it' s going to be wet out there. >> it is. it is. we need the rain. i don' t know about you but the pollen has my eyeballs and much needed rain and it' s going to all come in like 2- 3 hours all at once but at least it' s in and out and won' t wreck the entire weekend at least. with the radar we' re tracking heavier rain about 45 minutes ago and now things are starting to die down with light showers up and down i- 4 corridor and the interchange to ieflt 95 near daytona beach. out by forest hills and paisley with light and a few pockets of moderate rains and the villages but overall everyone is drying out there morning. as you look ahead in the forecast, for today we' re going to be warming back up into the mid80s, but the rain is going to be the big story with the good chance of some widespread showers and some of it even
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re not expecting much in the way of severe weather, but do expect lightning, heavy rain and gusting winds all possible between about 2 and about 6:00 this afternoon. then for your sunday, a few early morning showers as that rain tapers off and the cold front will clear and we' ll see a cooler afternoon. but right now temperatures are very warm in the upper 60s to low 70s and extremely muggy and you' ll feel it the moment you walk out the door and it hits you like a wall. 68 in leesburg and 72 in cocoa beach. so for today it will be stormy and we' ll see some storms again. about 2 to about 6:00 and then on sunday the temperatures are going to slowly start cooling out. by monday that' s going to be a picture perfect day. temperatures are going to be returning right back to normal in the mid to upper 70s. plenty of sunshine. so it looks like a relatively with the cloud' we' ll try to pinpoint the
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3:00 most of the area from sanford to orlando and kissimee and all this area could see heavy rain at times and some lightning but look how quickly everything clears out. by 6:00 only a few of the far southern counties could be seeing the showers and thursday and big story is later on this afternoon. fuare going to be heading out on the water there is the light chop with 3- 4 feet and that is moving out offer the atlantic. the towers topping off at 81 and 11 straight days with the high above the 80 mark with the 60% chance of rain. the temperatures are going to
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coast line and mid to low 80s and temperatures tonight relatively muggy. still slight showers and mostly cloudy skies and the overnight low about 67 . spring officially begins on sunday. the first full day. then you can see monday and tuesday. picture- perfect conditions. though i would rather swap saturday and sunday' s weather with monday and tuesday but we can' t have it all! >> yeah, 46! we' re chilly! >> that' s the next thing i was going to say. kind of chilly. >> jackets at the bus stop. >> it' s a real quick snap and then done! >> good stuff. thanks, candace. the orlando city lions get the first of what they see in many wins this season. and king james and company in town to play the magic. here' s jamie seh with sports. >> reporter: the first check mark in the win column for 2016. last night the lions played new york city fc at yankee stadium and it' s like they pitched a complete game. and orlando city earned early
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in the 7th minute the cross to kyle for the header and lots of chances last night but it is showing why to stone wall city and orlando city goes on to win 1- nil to remain undefeated in the first 3 matches. the lions have time off. they don' t play ga el again until april 3rd against portland at the citrus bowl. in the meantime lebron james in town with the cavaliers. they face the magic at the amway center but victor was the man to watch. vic went for over 40 last night. his teammate aaron gordon also rose to the occasion and the first quarter reverse alleyoop. let' s see that again. victor scored 24 in the first half and hit for 15 more in the third quarter and was just on fire scoring a career high 45. he said he'
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high school college but did it last night in the nba. he pulls off in the 4th quarter and cavaliers, they' re just better. the magic lose to cleveland 109- 103. the magic visit toronto on sunday kicking off a 4- game road trip. if you are planning to go to the arnold palmer invitational today, go early like maybe go over there now or something. the threat of storms has changed today' s third round schedule. players will go off in 3s beginning at 7:30 this morning and if you go maybe you' ll run into the tournament host. arnold palmer out on the causer and has to appreciate what jason day has been doing. look at that birdie. fires a 7 under to move to 13 under overall. adam scott was a shot back yesterday morning but 2 bogeys with that 9 shot off the lead. what'
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tournament in the family atmosphere and bringing mom and dad and the kids to the course. everybody is looking up at jason day right now with the 2- shot lead to start the day. he actually got good advice from 8- time winner at bay hill tiger woods. >> i had a text from tiger last night and he said to be patient. stay aggressive, but be patient, and just try to do exact same and i did. >> the complete wrap up of the arnold palmer invitational tonight at 11 p.m. on news 6.
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>> justin: welcome back. here' s candace with today' s forecast. >> candace: it' s a chance of 11th straight day for temperatures to warm up above 80 and cool down as we head into sunday and monday. but again, 2 to about 6:00. that is going to be - - it will be kicking and screaming when it comes to the weather. so. >> hopefully people can take their pancho fist they' re going to head out to the country or anything like that. >> candace: or arnold palmer. sorry! >> justin: thanks.
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s coming up on the morning news, orange county deputies get results in a teen'
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>> justin: now on the morning news, what lead up to an innocent killed. and a suspectacle arrested in a shooting. i' m justin warmoth. we' ll get to the top stories in just a moment. plus these twins shared and conquered a lot over the lifetime but now another milestone. we' ll have the landmark birthday. but first a live look outside at orlando on the bryce house city cam in high definition. if you have plans outdoors this weekend, keep the umbrella handy. head over to meteorologist candace campos. she' s in the weather center with the details on the forecast. candace? >> candace: good morning! i missed you! reunited and - - okay, don' t sing. we' ve been seeing heavy rain
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ago and things start to die out. looking mostly dry across most areas and one light shower of the new smyrna beach and looking nice and dry through forest hills and a few isolated showers now throughout the villages but that' s about it for this morning. get ready because woolsee more of the chance of rain between about 2 and about 6:00 this afternoon. so do be aware if you have any outdoor plans. by noon though we' ll see a few light showers model picking up and overall dry conditions about 10, 11, 12:00 and you can see all that moisture will continue to track towards our area and starting up about 2:00. right now the temperatures are relatively warm and muggy. upper 60s and low 70s around town. 68 in sanford. same in orlando. 66 in daytona beach. but hour by hour obviously these temperatures are not right. it will not be 43 by 4 p.m. i have no idea what the temperatures are and i' ll go fix this graphic in just a few minutes. justin? >> justin: all right, candace,
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a viewer of breaking news in orange county with a fire in a downtown apartment complex. this is the sanctuary on south eola drive. we' re told orlando fire responded and quickly contained dpier and did prompt some people to evacuate. luckily no one was hurt. the cause is still being investigated. and a final farewell to a 15- year- old boy. his funeral comes as deputies make two arrests in his murder. jennifer ortega explains how the couple was caught and why the teen was shot. >> 17- year- old michael anderson is behind bars here at the juvenile detention center. when arrested deputies say he appeared to regret what happened. >> he did express some remorse in the shooting. >> we know this won' t bring antoine back, but we hope this news will bring a measure of
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rep detectives say anderson was selling marijuana to 15- year- old antoine davis the night he was shot and killed and found lying on the sidewalk along lakewood avenue. >> mr. anderson apparently had the narcotics to sell. >> reporter: investigators say tips from the community led them to 18- year- old lindsey shirley who then gave them information on anderson' s whereabouts. they were able to find anderson hiding in the woods off north orange blossom trail. >> as his girlfriend, she had close contact with him. she continue tod have contact with him after the event and after the homicide and often times made decisions she regrets today. >> it was reported stolen from seminole county but this isn' t the first time anderson had a run- if with the law. he was arrested back in january for aggravated battery. >> we hope it is a wake- up call for some young men and women
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changing. decisions. >> anderson is being charged with second degree murder. his girlfriend shirley is being charged with accessory and tampering with evidence. it' s still unclear if anderson will be charged as an adult since he is 17 years old. in orange county, jennifer ortega, news 6. we' re getting a look at a plane crash in russia caught on surveillance cameras. authorities say the fly dubai flight fz981 crashed while trying to land at an airport south of moscow. russia news outlets are are dead. the airline posted a statement on its facebook page saying, quote, we are doing all we can quickly as possible. at this moment our thoughts and prayers are with our passengers and our crew who are on board the aircraft. developing right now in orange county. a man is fighting for his life bullet. the deputies say the bullet
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at his girlfriend. the innocent bystander was shot while working on a fence next to magnolia court apartments in orange county. as sachel saunders explains, the tragedy comes just days after the victim became a father. >> and we learned more about the man caught in that crossfire and the exciting events he was celebrating. workers with dave' s fencing were noticeably sad while cleaning up rods and fencing left by a man they say was more like a brother than co- worker. friend ryan hipson said he just had a baby this week. >> and don' t think about your life and people don' t realize that their actions and people. >> the new father was assembling the fence for the magnolia court apartments when the bullet shot by this man angry with his girlfriend struck him instead. the victim' s brother was working alongside and dropped down to give him cpr. >> and that' s it so on site. >> police quickly caught the
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ward already has a lengthy criminal history. robbery, selling drugs and domestic violence with a weapon. the shooting right across from a daycare. >> it' s just - - i' m moving out. like vi3 children. this is not my only one. and i can' t put them at risk anymore. >> reporter: they are praying, hopeful that goodwill come from something devastating and justice will be served. >> they walk around and don' t care about people and people they don' t know and actions have consequences. >> reporter: the killer was charged with attempted murder in this incident. reporting in orlando, sachel saunders, local 6 news. >> justin: you can see just how badly this box truck was damaged. we' re told the driver was sent to the hospital. right now troopers are investigating what caused the crash.
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the local deputy accused of road rage. the alleged victim said he was just trying to get home from work. s office is investigating. erik sandoval has the story. >> reporter: both men ended up at this racetrak gas station on highway 50 in clermont and it was here the alleged victim in this case said he realized the man who pointed a gun at him in his car was actually an off duty orange county sheriff' s deputy. richard valentine said it started here and traffic was really heavy when he tried to turn off of highway 50 onto miss florida avenue. >> i had people behind me beeping their horn. >> after he made his turn he noticed the kia was following a bit closely. >> i speed up a little bit and he' s right behind me anyway and i said okay, he' s tailing me.
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citrus tower boulevard and through several intersections. and that' s when the kia finally s when he saw the driver. >> i see somebody pull out the gun and he pulls out the gun you know? i mean i seen the gun right in my face. >> reporter: valentine said he followed him to get his license plate number and said he then called 911. that call lasted all the way to this gas station where valentine says the deputy got out of his car, revealing his sheriff' s uniform underneath the jacket he was wearing. he was off duty. >> take all the information that clermont provides us. we' ll interview the deputy involved and find out what occurred. >> reporter: the deputy says he took it out of his holster just to show that he had the gun with him. it will be up to the state attorney now to decide if any criminal charges will be filed against him.
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news 6. >> justin: has your march madness had some busting lately? you' re not the only one. in fact there are no perfect brackets remaining according to cbs. >> jefferson half court for the win! he got it! northern iowa! >> northern iowa. this is just one of the games that made march madness what it is! he had a half court 3 pointer to lift number 11 northern iowa past 6- seeded texas. somehow! very lucky! flipped a coin, actually. and notre dame rallied to beat michigan. catch more exciting hoops all day and of course right here on news 6. time now 6:09 and i think my bracket looks better than >> justin: maybe. >> candace: some are like where did that come from?
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conditions with the mid to s the door. we' re going to see a good chance of rain with a few light showers across portions of the re awaiting the approach of this next cold front with the big batch of very deep moisture making its way over the panhandle. do expect a good chance of rain, though, as you roll into about 2, 3, 4, 5:00 this evening. really pinpoint the timing of this front and how long it will last. >> still to come ted cruz is gaining support ahead of the round of voting. see what donald trump has to say about that. but first the suspected mastermind of the paris attacks caught. how the president of france is
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>> justin: this morning the french president says he wants the terrorist from the attackos paris to be extradited to france. he was arrested near where he grew up in brussels on friday. here'
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>> the only paris attacker to escape alive has been caught. the manhunt is over. authorities captured him during neighborhood. p.m. >> reporter: this is believed caught. surrender. police tracked him down after they found his fingerprints during a raid tuesday. he was the most wanted man and authorities say and the routine terrorist attacks the night they went down and the coordinated attacks at cafes and the sports stadium in the concert hall and killed 130 people and wounded more than 400. authorities believed abdislam called people to pick him up and take him back to brussels following the french pandemonium from the attacks. the french president says it
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involve indeed planning the attacks than originally thought. omar viafranca, cbs news. >> justin: presidential contenders are gearing up for another round of voting and the support of two key gop establishment figures. senator lindsey graham and mitt romney. the 2012 republican presidential nominee tweeted he planned to vote for cruz. cruz is expected to do well in utah' s gop caucus on tuesday. of course romney hasn' t been silent about how he' s against front runner donald trump. he said cruz is the only candidate who can stop the trump movement. in fact trump responded calling romney, quote, a mixed up man who doesn' t have a clue. no wonder he lost. imagine hearing your doorbell ring and looking out to see a robot standing on your front porch with pizza. a pizza chain is looking to make that happen in australia. the company has developed a self- driving robot that can
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a four- wheeled machine dubbed dru for dominos robotic unit, made the first trial delivery earlier this month. it uses gps, can sense and avoid obstacles and reach speeds of 12 mph. customers receive a security code by phone to get the pizza from the robot. somebody tweeted me. i said last hour, that what if your food is cold and you don' t tip them well? well, it' s a robot. it' s going to have it hot for you! it' s a robot! >> that' s true. it' s not a person trying to keep it warm. >> justin: it' s a robot. >> candace: of course it keeps the pizza warm. just sits on it? >> justin: today i might order pizza because i don' t feel like going outside. >> candace: but if you' re delivering the pizza, please don' t sit on it. >> justin: but they could do it and i' ll still eat it. oh, man. all right, weather! >> candace: we' re back
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as we look at the radar the pockets of moderate rain early this morning and now things start to dry out around town and zoom around and see daytona beach looking nice and dry. most areas looking mostly clear for now. that is until later on this afternoon. the temperatures are going to be warming up right back into the 80s this afternoon. the 11th straight day in a row where temperatures have been above 80 . then the rain is going to start rolling in about 2 to 6:00. that is going to be the main threshold event and the widespread rain will see showers and gusty winds and lightning and some of the showers could turn into strong storms. so do be aware of that and make sure to have the pinpoint weather app hand handy at all times today especially with outdoor plans. and early morning showers finally taper off with the cooler afternoon as temperatures will be dropping back down into the 70s right where they should be for this time of the year. right now we are warming up into the upper 60s to low 70s around town and 73 in cocoa beach and the warm spot. 68 in sanford as well for you
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s going on right now. the cold front making its way in throughout the sunshine state. bringing the clouds and bringing the showers and the thunderstorms. throughout sunday things will slowly start to clear out. but by monday that is going to be a picture perfect looking day. mild temperatures return to normal as temperatures move back to the mid70s, i should say, with plent ef sunshine so we' ll start to see cooler temperatures but not before the rain rolls in. so as we look here the clouds and the rain forecast pinpointing the timing here. if you have outdoor plans between about 2- 6:00, either a, make them indoors or make sure to have the rain gear with you. you can see all the dark shades indicate heavy rain and possible lightning with thunderstorms that could be possible throughout 3- 4:00 and look how quickly things clear out by 6 and mostly cloudy skies continue throughout saturday night and mostly dry if you have late saturday night plans and most of sunday should be mostly dry but we' ll keep about a 50- 40% chance of rain for a few pop- up showers and thunderstorms on sunday afternoon and into the evening. but it looks like the heavy
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today. if you are heading out on the water, it will be a light chop. seas 3- 4 feet. the winds south library southwest about 5- 10 but do be aware of those afternoon thunderstorms rolling through central florida and each into the atlantic. so that will be the main concern. so for today 81 . it will be the high as we take you hour by hour and the 60% chance of rain. again, 2- 6. that is going to be the chance of rain. so as we look here, where you live by 4 p.m. today, temperatures not as warm as in the last few days, but still above average. overnight lows tonight about 67 . and then we' ll be cooling down. look at that! even overnight lows back into the mid40s as we head into monday. and spring officially begins on sunday. amy? >> reporter: well, it is not just your dog that has to deal with poison dangers. your cat is at - - >> justin: but first get the tickets out.
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>> every saturday we team up with the ask the vet well pet segment and we have two special
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we have the clinical director from the pet alliance and this is also mr. cooper here who we want to remind you is up for adoption if you are interested. so this is fashional pet poison awareness month. so first of all, what are some of the common ways that dogs are exposed to potential poisonings? >> unfortunately the most common exposure to toxins or poisons is through carelessness. chocolate toxicity is a very common one. human medications, whether it' s prescription drugs or maybe something over the counter. and also pet medications. so a lot on of times we leave things out to remind us, hey, got to give cooper his pain pill and cooper knocks it off the counter and eats the whole bottle full. >> reporter: so like humans there' s a dosage and they need that dosage and nothing more. one thing we talk about certain foods and i heard avacados, grapes, raisins. what about things like that?
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you think i eat it so it should be fine for my dog and it can cause kidney failure and kidney disease and it' s not necessarily the amount is consistent with the level of problem. you can have a big dog eat one raisin and goes down fast. we can have a little dog that eats a handful of raisins and don' t see any signs. >> reporter: what are signs or symptoms to be aware of if we haven' t maybe seen our animal eat something but think something might be wrong? >> so depending on the poison or intoxicant you can see respiratory sdidistress or or moping or not eating or not drinking so that' s why it' s good to if you have them on the standard routine, you know, they get up.
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they pee. and if anything changes in that routine and if you see empty wrappers or the jar is gone, that' s a good tip that something is awry. >> so you know your pets and know if there is something wrong or something not right. dr. morris anne cooper, thank you for joining us. and if you have any questions about poison dangers for your dog, we' ll connect you through clickorlando.com powered by news 6. >> justin: let' s check back in with candace campos. she has today' s forecast to help plan your day. >> candace: rainy day really. we' ll continue to see muggy conditions throughout the first half of the day. and then the clouds, the rain and even some strong storms could be possible between about 2 and 6:00 this evening. but right now it' s muggy but dry. the temperatures in the mid to upper 60s across most areas and low 70s in cocoa beach at 73. as we take you hour by hour to plan out your day, again, by lunch time should be pretty good. teperatures in the upper 70s.
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up to about 60% as we top off . but there is some nice weather ahead as we head into monday and tuesday with colder weather but have to get through that cold front first. the timing of the front coming up in just a few minutes. >> justin: cand ace, thanks. the victory for hulk hogan. who the hulkster took on in the video that led to the huge decision. and breaking overnight in downtown fire. next. in 1934, steak 'n shake decided the world didn't need another hamburger. it needed a steakburger. so they used 100 percent beef. quick seared to seal in the flavor ... ... you'll only get from a steakburger. steak 'n shake,
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>> justin: welcome back to the morning news. candace has the sunday forecast and hate to be the bearer of bad news but - - bad news is here. though there are some bright spots with it. rain is not all that. and a little bit of a cool down if folks are tired of the summer- like weather we' re having. >> if you want the last hint of winter on the first day of spring, it' s coming for you. but yeah, still have to deal with the rain and the rain isn' t a bad thing. it'
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re always concern about especially during el nino time. looking at the radar, nothing strong on the radar to speak of just yet but this will look completely different in a few hours. you can see the future radar as we move it through the next couple of hours and see that heavy rain still to the north and west but see it at most thal be building in throughout the next few hours and it looks like the main threat will sit after 2 until about 6:00 so won' t be very long- lasting event but do expect if you have any outdoor plans it will be soggy. heavy rain is expected. some lightning, too. strong winds and nothing really when it comes to hail and tornados and it could be severe but still strong. the temperatures right now in the upper 60s and low 70s around town and looking mostly dry but certainly muggy. rain chances will continue to stay above average saturday and sunday between 8:50 and 60%. they drop once the front clears and along the rain chances dropping, the temperatures will be cooling down. more details and, of course,
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that front in just a few minutes. >> candace, thanks. a viewer just sent us this video of the fire in the downtown condo complex. this is at the sanctuary on south eola drive, we' re told orlando fire responded and quickly contained the fire on the balcoby. it did prompt some people to evacuate. you can see folks right there on the sidewalk. luckily no one was hurt. the cause is still being investigated. also in orange county, a final farewell to a 15- year- old boy. his funeral comes as deputies make two arrests in his murder. a 17- year- old and his 18- year- old girlfriend. jennifer ortega explains how the couple was caught and why the teen was shot. >> reporter: 17- year- old michael anderson is behind bars here at the juvenile detention center. when arrested deputies say he appeared to on regret what happened. >> he did express some remorse in the shooting. >> we know this won'
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antoine back, but we hope this news will bring a measure of comfort. >> they say he was selling marijuana and found lying on the sidewalk along lakewood avenue. >> mr. anderson apparently had the narcotics to sell. >> reporter: investigators say tips from the community led them to 18- year- old lindsey shirley who then gave them information on anderson' s whereabouts. they were able to find anderson hiding in the woods off north orange blossom trail. >> she continued to have contact after the event and after the homicide and often times made some decisions that maybe she regrets today. >> reporter: detectives recovered a gun from anderson which was reported stolen from seminole county but this isn' t the first time he had a run- in with the law. he was arrested in january for aggravated battery.
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for young men and women involved from in that sort of thing and hopefully make better decisions. >> his girlfriend shirley is charged with accessory and tampering with evidence. it' s still unclear if anderson will be charged as an adult because hey is 17 years old. jennifer ortega, orange county, news 6. >> justin: a look at a flight caught on camera, crashed while trying to land at an airport south of moscow. russian news outlets are reporting more than 60 people are dead. the airline posted the staim on the facebook page saying, quote, we' re doing all we can possible. at this point our thoughts and prayers are with the passengers and crew on the aircraft.
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girlfriend. the innocent by sustaineder was shot while working on the fence apartments and that' s in orange county and as sachel saunders explains, the tragedy comes just days after the victim >> >> we learned about the man caught in the crossfire and celebrating. >> workers were noticeably sad while cleaning up the rods and fencing left by the man more like a brother than co- worker. his friended he just had a baby this week. >> people don' t realize their actions affecter other people. >> reporter: the new father was assembling the fence at magnolia apartments when the man angry with his girlfriend shot and struck him instead. the victim' s brother was working alongside and dropped down to give him cpr.
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>> police quickly caught the shooter, ward. ward has a lengthy criminal history already. robbery, selling drugs and domestic violence with a weapon. the shooting right across from the daycare. >> it is - - i' m moving out. i have 3 children. this is not my only one and i can' t put them at risk anymore. >> hey hope something goodwill come from something devastating and hope justice will be served. >> and in their own world and don' t care about other people and people they don' t know and actions have consequences. >> reporter: the shooter was charged with attempted murder in this incident. news 6. >> justin: it' hulk hogan. the jury in the invasion of privacy suit against tabloid million.
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>> this is not only his victory today but also anybody else victimized by tabloid journalism. >> the once tough in the ring wrestler hulk hogan appeared to cry in court as the jury awarded him $115 million for the humiliation and economic loss he suffered over the past 3 years. that is when gossip website s wife. >> i' m confident we would have won if we could put the full case to the jar. t answer whether hogan knew about the cameras in the home and recorded. >> we are positive about the appeal we' re already preparing. >> reporter: unsealed court documents show motive may not have been to hypedhide the sex on tape but racial remarks he made. bubba' s reportedly shown on the
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ever did want to retire, all we have to do is use that footage of him talking about people. s insisting he didn' t know he was being recorded but there are fbi notes saying, quote, knew being taped, autopsy sides, and obvious camera in play. a typically boisterous hogan t have anything to say because they' ll be back in court monday considering whether to punish gawker with punitive damages. potentially more money for hogan. >> justin: this morning we' re learning the baltimore ravens quarterback trey walker has died just one day after being critically injured in a dirt bike crash in miami. walker was riding on a street on a honda dirt bike and collided with a ford escape thursday night. police say walker' s bike did not have headlights and he was wearing dark clothing. we' re told the driver of the escape stayed on scene and cooperated. several ravens players took to
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the star wide receiver wrote a mother lost her son today and a family lost their brother. we are the family. walker was the 4th round pick of the ravens in 2015. turning to volusia county, that' s where beach safety says two spring breakers took one of the beach patrol' s personal water crafts for a joy ride. they say one of the attendants was having medical issues and parked it on the shore but that' s when the spring breakers hopped aboard and took it for a ride. officers were able to follow them onto land where they were arrested. both are now facing charges of central florida' s largest country music festival is in full swing and though wet weather could play a role, the country. news 6 got a look at the kickoff action yesterday in osceola heritage park. jake owen hit the stage last night and entertained thousands of country music fans. big acts like kenny chesney and eric church will take the stage.
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big check of the weather center with the look at the forecast. >> i' m excited! >> me, too. >> do you have a good yeehaw? t. not for tv. >> candace: not for tv. maybe. >> justin: i don' t think so. >> candace: follow me on twitter. you never know when i' ll put something of embarrassing of justice on. but if you' re heading to the runaway country and make sure to have cowboy boots and that is sliding through the sunshine state and it is mostly dry and that is after the lunch time hour at 2- 6:00 and relatively stormy conditions and not as bad for sunday. hour by hour we' ll top off in the low 80s for the 11th straight day in a row. we' ll have more in a few minutes.
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card out of the atm transaction.
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>> several banks will soon allow on sfoens to replace smart cards. that i can a look. ep rep with this one customers can use their phone and leave the debit card at home. >> no fumbling to get your wallet out of the purse or try to find the debit card. >> bank of america' s michelle says it is equipped with the reader that senses the atm stored in the smart phone. >> wielliterally hoed it over the reader and it worked and enter in my pin and just like with the debit card and we' re all done. >> and that' s that? >> here comes the money. >> other banks plan to introduce cardless atms this year. >> it is only natural. >> he believes the plastic card will eventually go by the way side. >> we'
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role in terms of routine transactions. >> reporter: experts say it' s safer because they have to unlock the stolen phone and know the pin number and could solve the problem of skimming where criminals rig it with the tiny reader that can steal card information. >> with all the technology it takes time to get used to it but then you realize how easy it is. >> reporter: a handful have them right now but bank of america plans to have it in thirty- two,000 machines by the end - - 3,000 machines by the end of the year. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. >> justin: chances you you' ve probably seen a tractor pull in a fair, but in this competition it weighs about 7 pounds pulling siblgt pounds to up to 800 pounds. >> candace: wow! >> justin: the super pull features a number of competitors from across the nation and there are 7 classes of competitions and 20 some tract noser a class. that is impressive!
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wow! >> yeah! hmm! >> justin: i never knew that was a thing until just now. >> candace: i guess in minnesota or somewhere? >> justin: somewhere like that. >> candace: not much to do. >> justin: no, there' s not. yeah. >> candace: very small tractors. >> justin: somer small tractors that can pull a lot of weight. that' s their passion but cool passion to have. >> candace: that' s cool! >> justin: today the arnold palmer inviititional, runaway country and whatever else you want to do on the saturday. >> candace: beach. spring breakers out. >> justin: but be careful if you go out there and be ready for the rain. >> candace: a good chance of rain. not so much in the early morning hour. it looks like after about 2:00 is when it is geing to look pretty bad.
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temperatures in the mid80s with that rain that returns and tapers off in the early morning hours and a nice cool day on sunday. on the cloudy side it' s cool. the temperatures finally back to where they should be for this time of the year into the mid70s. and isolated showers earlier this morning. nice and dry in daytona beach but nice and dry so do expect some wet roadways and 79 in cape canaveral. in the atmosphere the ridge of high pressure breaking on down as that area with the associated cold front tracks over the panhandle. there is that squall line and heavy rain is moving into portions of central florida later on today. the warm afternoon back into the mid80s and then rolls in to
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that time in the front between about 2 and 6:00. see the big swath of yellow and red shades and lighting and gusting winds possible and not much in the way of severe weather but strong storms a possibly. then by 7- 8:00 most of it dries out and that forecast behind the front with isolated showers but the worst day saturday and sunday and if you have outdoor plans have a plan b inside and make sure to have rain gear with you. do be aware a high risk of rip currents and the surface is the light chop and most of the shower activity over central florida will start to move out into the lantic and dealing with rain as well in atlantic waters.
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day and that nice break on sunday into monday. by 4 p.m. mid to low 80s and it is 67 or so with some clouds and isolated showers and the first day of spring on sunday and finally back into the 70s and even barely breaking 70s in the overnight low and that nice reminder what winter was. >> justin: couldn' t help but notice the 50% on friday. i know it is early. i' m already looking at that. we'
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>> justin: it' s not every day you meet a 100- year- old. but how about double? they celebrated their 100th birthday this week. they were born on march 15, 1916. albert was born 15 minutes before elmer. the two brothers experienced many things in their long life and each tricked the teacher by going as the other to class. the secret to wake up every morning and stay active in your early years. >> candace: i' m not lasting then. >> justin: you' re not active? >> candace: sleep all day. i'
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>> justin: i wanted a twin because of that and it' s like oh, my gosh. and envious of the twins in the class. >> candace: you look a lot like your brother. close enough! >> justin: thanks, candace. thanks for joining thus morning.
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is march 19th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning: saturday." breaking news overnight. a passenger flight crashes in board. a camera captures the moment of impact. plus, a key suspect in the paris terror attacks was taken aalive in a

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