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during the early morning hours, we had semi trucks which collided. your southbound lane of i-95 are closed down. we don't have an estimate as to when this should be reopening. you'll have to plan ahead, even though it is early so we are not seeing many cars on the roadway at all, still extra time because there is a detour set up around 187 by that closure area. that is over by the pineda causeway. they are bricking you to route 1 and eventually to 95 south. we'll watch how this delay grows as we get further towards rush hour. we have that and we have construction as well this morning. take a look at this on the eastbound side of the roadway, just a little bit of work by the 408 ramp that is wrapping up. that is your look at traffic. >> turning to weather, starting
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>> candace has the pinpoint information. average. the average should be at 79. we should top off at 80 degrees. the nice news is, look at this dry air. the orange and dark colors indicate all the available dry air and the drier the air, the less cloud cover and more comfortable it feels. today. it won't last long. be aware of that as you make your plans for friday and into your easter weekend. right now, we are in the mid 50's across town. fourth up north in ocala. good morning to you in palm coast. running about 10 degrees warmer than yesterday morning. 54 in orlando. 53 down in kissimmee, heading out to enjoy the beach. you have spring break off. temperatures at 78 degrees, mostly sunny skies, a light breeze. if you are spending a couple of more days out there, we'll start see the clouds increase for your
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moderate risk of rip currents will be around. >> breaking overnight, we learned the names of two men who bombed the brussels airport sghchlt kirsten is live with the latest developments. who are these men? >> these two men are brothers, hallid and mali backroy. this man is the person that is the focus this morning. finding the third attacker who is the only person believed to have survived. >> it is a massive manhunt for the suspect prosecutors say vanished aft deadly explosions went off inside an airport and train station. this image shows the who men next to him identified as brothers who are believed to be suicide bomber. authorities found the third man's luggage at the scene and
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finding tentacles and explosive device contains nails and an isis flag. >> isis has claimed responsibility for the attack. security teams locked down brussels and travel alerts issued for americans traveling to europe. with memorials growing in the city center, mourners are remembering the isis terror attacks four months ago. the assault in brussels came days after the arrest of the prime suspect. >> these guys going after soft targets on the near side of security. we have to push the security perimeter out. number two, we need better intelligence. >> belgian authorities say one of the brothers identified had rented an apartment raided by police last week in an operation that led authorities to that top paris attack suspect salah abdeslam.
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direct link between yesterday's attack and the one in paris. david? >> thank you. here in central florida the attacks took center stage when rick scott appeared for a job ceremony in orlando. >> thank god we have the great law enforcement and first responders we have in our state. if we could take a moment of sigh sglens governor scott took a moment. he said everybody must not live in fear but should immediately report anything unusual. >> orlando international airport reps told us it was business as usual but the tsa is launching more security because of the attack. officials say they are staying extra vigilant. this is already a busy travel week. they say if you are planning on traveling, get to the airport two hours early to make sure you make your flight on time. for continuing coverage of the terror attacks, you can always check out our website,, powered by news 6.
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shooting sends one man to the hospital. now the search is on to find the gunman responsible. the victim was found at a seven eleven west of i-4. johnny is live in maitland near the scene of the shooting. how is the victim doing, johnny? >> reporter: we know he is recovering at orlando regional medical center after he underwent surgery. police tell us he was shot three times, two times in the torso and one time in the leg. now, maitland police tell us the shooting happened 10:30 last night. the shooting happened at the extended inn on pembroke drive. the victim was shot in his car. police say he was shot twice and then moments after the shooting, police say someone drove him to this seven-11 where we are at this morning and called for help. police are trying to find and piece together what happened. they are getting different stories from the victim and from witnesses. >> it was an argument over
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we are still trying to get more information. he was pretty uncooperative on the scene. you get more information, but again it conflicted with what we got from other witnesses. >> police this morning, they are still looking for the suspect. the only thing they are saying about the suspect, is that he is a man in his 30's and was last seen wearing black clothing, black t-shirt and black pants with blue clothing and a hat. if you have information on what happened or if you know anything about the suspect, you are urged to call police. >> a united launch alliance blasted last night, giving spectators an incredible show as it raced through the night sky. >> liftoff of the atlas 5 rocket with supplies for the crew,
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>> you saw it on news 6 last night. the atlas 5 rocket carrying thousands of pounds of food and supplies blasted off on its way to the space station. for many who stayed up to watch the launch they say it is something special they'll never forget. >> i expected it not to be so bright. it looked like something out of a sci-fi movie. >> amazing. exactly how i expected it but it was better than i thought. >> they are spectacular at more than 16,000 pounds, this was the heaviest atlas 5 rocket to ever launch. >> a crime tracker alert. the flagler county sheriff's office says jamal brown pretended to be a mobile worker for taking off with phones. it happened at the target of
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get this, target crews said he had to be let into an equipment room once he was given the keys, they say brown left the store. he was last seen leaving in a 2010 nissan altima. if you know where this guy is, call crime stoppers. >> orange county solid waste managers issued $26,000 in fines to trash collectors for missed pickup. a story we have been following since the beginning of the year when orange county rolled out its automated trash collection system. between february 15 and 29, the county said they received over 1100 service complaints which accounts for over half a percent. percent.
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head coach donny john ucf hired johnny dawekins. 1986. look at this classic footage. he was his number one assistant. best. >> we are waking up pretty mild this morning. candace is is in the pinpoint weather center. >> it is a quiet morning. perfect view. you can see the eye. humidity is not too bad at 80%. comfortable. the radar not to speak of. the radar sweeps going around not picking up much in the way of moisture. that will change as we head into your holiday weekend. than yesterday. 53 in kissimmee.
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a chilly morning in ocala at 45 degrees. topping off 1 degree above the average mark. we'll be near normal. mostly dry conditions. things will start to change as a ridge of high pressure slides out over the atlantic. the winds move in from the south and southeast. i'll have more details on what that means coming up in a few minutes. let's see how the roadways are shaping up. some issues on i-95. >> we are having mainly one issue this morning and quite frankly one is enough. on i-95 around melbourne, we have a couple of semi trucks that it looks like collided at some point early this morning. those southbound lanes are closed as a result. this is by pineda causeway. there is a detour in place taking you over to 404 to route 1 and from there over to eau gallie.
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even though it is early and we are not finding any delays. a couple of extra minutes to accommodate for the detour is going to be a good idea. other than that, we have construction. that is your look at traffic for now. >> a new attraction one step closer to completion. overnight, new video after a deadly shooting. how it came to an end just ahead. >> fire ripped through a recycling plant. why firefighters say they weren't able to fight the inferno for hours next. you are watching news 6 getting results for satellite beach and all of central florida on air
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>> a huge fire continues to burn in phoenix. high winds fan the flames,
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put it out. there is no word on how this started at this recycling plant or if p anyone was hurt. also breaking overnight, a deadly shooting in california comes to a conclusion. >> everything was caught on camera. cameras were rolling when a standoff came to an end in china hills northeast of anaheim. video shows swat team members arresting the man after he barricaded himself in his home for hours. the suspect shot and killed a neighbor during a fight possibly over pesticide spray. no other details have been released. >> the florida man sentenced after the death of a toddler will spend more time in jail. he is already serving 20 years for his connection to the death of lonzi barton the boy who disappeared last july in jacksonville.
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ebron pleaded guilty and his girlfriend was charged yesterday. >> the fire marshal had to identify the man killed in a according to the orlando sentinel 67-year-old edwin ponder was found dead in the bedroom of his pineway home sunday. investigators believe the fire may have started in the bedroom but it could be weeks before the cause is identified. >> a bald eagle found in bad shape in a winter springs neighborhood is now at a care center. crews say the eagle survival is not certain at this point. the eagle has a fractured shoulder. that means it cannot fly and it cannot hunt. >> he came in very, very scared. he was starving out in the wild because of the wing injury. >> do you think he'll make it? >> he is a feisty bird, i hope so. >> we'll keep you up to date on
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on air and online at >> with summer vacation a few months away, theme parks working to get new rides and shows ready for the guests. pictures. check it out. crews installing the final piece of track for its new family friendly spinning coaster called cobra's curse. when the ride opens, eight will be lifted straight to the top of a new tower and sent on a spinning track through the temple of an ancient snake god. cobra's curse is expected to open this summer. >> i'll leave that to you ladies. being called the holy grail of records for beatles fans. >> a rare album hidden for decades has a new owner. hs the first disc released under the beatles name. it includes the first song john lennon wrote called hello little girl. the album sold for $110,000 yesterday at auction.
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the attic of les maguire. >> that's expensive music right there. >> history though. >> there is something about vinyl. i know i'm not in that era, it just has that sound. i don't know what it is. >> i collect vinyl. >> a lot of people make that argument. they think it sounds better. >> it sounds better. you know what sounds better today the weather. it is nice,. not too hot, not too cold. spring. wednesday. it is cool and quiet. wins are calm. later this afternoon, we'll be seeing sunny conditions with the return of the 80's. not 1980's. actual 80's. sunday which includes easter. the radar sweeps not picking up much in the way of rain, cloud cover, you name it.
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few degrees warmer than yesterday. 54 in orlando. we are at 53 in kissimmee. good morning to you out in leesburg. cooler the further out you go. comparing to yesterday, 9 degrees warmer, even 14 degrees warmer in melbourne and temperatures will continue to climb not only today but throughout the rest of the week. the reason for it primarily is the wind. yesterday winds moving in from the north-northeast. today a bit more from the east. tomorrow from the south. the southerly wind will start dragging in tropical moisture. the instability, the heat and humidity. we will be warming back into the 80's with a better chance of rain. here's what is going on. here's that ridge of high pressure that will continue to stream in our onshore flow. upper 70's to the about 80 degrees for today. a mix of sun and clouds. we'll see more sun than clouds for today. a nice mild day. things ramp up as we head into thursday and friday. looking at our clouds and rain
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in the way of cloud cover. a mix of sun and clouds. mostly dry. a 10% chance of rain. you can see the southerly wind returns for thursday. a little bit more in the way of moisture starts creeping in. by friday, our eyes looking for the north. that front will be rolling in for saturday and into sunday. heading to the beach for spring break. 78 degrees. we still have a moderate risk of rip currents. let's check out your hour by hour forecast. >> we'll be warming up to about 80 degrees. our average for this time of year is 79. a mix of sun and clouds. followed by a cool start. 54 at 8:00 a.m. by 4:00 p.m. across town. the mid to low 80's around town. even upper 70's because that onshore flow along the coastline. for tonight, we'll be topping -- i should say dropping into 60 degrees. it will be quiet. in. planning out your forecast as
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weekend, good friday. 60% chance for rain. decent chance for rain saturday and sunday as temperatures warm up into the mid to upper 80's. and then it looks like we should stay on the soggy side for your monday and tuesday. that's your seven-day forecast, let's see how the roadways are shaping up in the napleton traffic center. >> we are in traffic alert mode because of one pretty big issue which is finding the southbound lanes of 95 south closed down this morning. this is happening in melbourne, right over by mile marker 187 which is by the pineda causeway. what they are doing, they are detouring cars off of the roadway. they are bringing you to 404 over to route 1. from there, over to eau gallie. then you can reconnect with 95 closure. even though it is early and we are not finding delays, because of the detour alone, a few extra minutes. the stretch would be a good idea. we have that working. construction is picking up nicely. if you are bound for i-4 early this morning, so far no issues
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that's your look at traffic. >> still ahead, disney world will soon be staying open a little bit later. >> what that extended stay will cost you coming up. the new changes that would keep the e-class has 11 intelligent driver-assist systems. it recognizes pedestrians and alerts you. warns you about incoming cross-traffic. cameras and radar detect dangers you don't. and it can even stop by itself. so in this crash test, one thing's missing: a crash. the 2016 e-class. now receive up to a $3,000 spring bonus on the e350 sport sedan.
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>> new rules could limit the number of people who can use tanning beds. >> if it passes, no one under 18 can use a tanning bed and adults have to sign a waiver acknowledging there is a risk. the fda says the effects add up over time. not everyone agrees with the change. >> that's what we rely on to
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and if they can't tan, we won't have business. >> there is better eye safety and clearer bulb labels. >> a girl got the chance of a lifetime when she got to win a movie star. >> she shares a special bond with her dolphin because she is missing her arm. the dolphin lost her tail and caught headlines when she swam with a prosthetic tail. >> coming up mountain next half-hour, it is wins all around for presidential hopefuls. >> we have a look at last night's western primaries ahead. >> new information about the suspected terrorist behind the attack in brussels. >> a shooting leaves one man in the hospital. the search is on to pined the person who pulled the trigger. we are live with the latest on
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it is coming up next. you are watching news 6 getting results for edgewater, rockledge and all of central florida on
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county. southbound lanes shut down following a crash. the detours you need to know about before you head out. >> breaking developments out of belgium as they have identified three of the suspects involved in the attacks. >> a shooting sends a man to the hospital. what we are learning about the search for the shooter. it is 5:30. thank you for joining us. i'm bridgett ellison. >> i'm david hall. joining us, we have candace and amy. amy, you are very busy today. >> very busy today. we have one big issue. all southbound lanes shut down because of semi trucks that it looks like collided out in the melbourne area. this is all happening by 187 which is the pineda causeway stretch of things. they are taking cars over to 404.


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