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good wednesday morning, south florida. i'm eric yutzy. >> i'm jacey birch. it's cold again. weather authority meteorologist julie durda is here to talk abou that. we did have a front move into the area a couple hours ago. we have a northwest wind. it's breezy out there to june rig windy to parts of south florida. moving our camera around in downtown miami and also ft. lauderdale. look at these temperatures in the upper 50s and low 90s. that northwest wind in place anywhere between 10 and 16 miles per hour and temperatures are dipping down to the 50s in some spots. eventually it may get there as we approach sunrise. 59 kendall, 58 pembroke pines. 64 in marathon. these temperatures anywhere between two and six degrees cooler than what we woke up to yesterday. the wind moving in from the normal west, gusting at 20 miles per hour. throughout the morning we'll stay cool, we'll
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in the afternoon highs will only be reaching the mid to upper 60s with that strong wind in place. tonight temperatures will dip evenn lower. i'll have all those details coming up. we do have breaking news to tell you about this morning. a fatal car fire has closed down several lanes of i-95. fire rescue says the person was trapped inside the burning car. it's unclear how many people were inside the vehicle at the time or what caused those flames. this is video from the ground. look at the car completely engulfed in flames. constance jones is here. she will keep you updated on everything happening on the roads at 5:00 a.m. we also have a crew on the scene. donald trump and bernie sanders, their first wins of their respective campaign. on the republican side trump took the top post. ted cruz came in third with 12% and jeb bush in fourth with 11%.
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side, bernie sanders beat out hillary clinton with 61% of the votes. clinton ended up with 39%. >> both winners have been polling in first place for months. the win comes as no big surprise. >> glenna millberg is in new hampshire for us with a wrapup of the big night. >>reporter: good morning. the races were called just minutes after the polls closed. in fact in some precincts there were lines of people waiting to vote. >> we want to thank the people of new hampshire, right? >>reporter: donald trump stormed new hampshire and turned the passionor his brand of harsh change into hard g.o.p. votes. >> we are going to do something so good and so fast and so strong and the world is going to respect us again, believe me. >>reporter: the race was called
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waiting to cast ballots for a record turn-out, above 60%, in the nation's first pbimary. >>reporter: ohio governor john kasich rose to number two. he spent more time here than any other candidate. in the battle for third place, texas senator and iowa caucus winner ted cruz, former florida governor jeb bush who outspent any other candidate here, $30 million. as for marco rubio whose profile were rising after iowa until a debate smack university by chris christie. >> thank you, new hampshire. >>reporter: for the democrats socialist senator bernie sanders scored a substantial win over hillary clinton, although not quite 2-1 as the polls predicted. >> together we have sent
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echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. >>reporter: the former first lady and secretary of state who won new hampshire in 2008 gave a concession. >> here's what i promise, i will work harder than anyone to actually make the changes that make your lives better. >>reporter: bottom lime here, a n in the new hampshire primary provides the candidates momentum going forward. but, let's face it, there are larger more diverse states with primaries in the coming weeks in march and that's going to be the bigger telling tale it. i'm glenna millberg in nchester, new hampshire, local 10 news. this morning one elderly victim is describing that brutality as we learn more about the knife-wielding suspect. janine stanwood is in
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>>reporter: that 81-year-old man was filling up here at this shell gas station when he goes insi to meet his wife who is paying and that's what the attack happened. i hope they are superficial. >>reporter: 81-year-old douglas is bised and bloody. this guy in the red hat goes othe attack inside a lauderhill gas station for no reason. >> he didn't ask for money, didn't ask for anything. >>reporter: soon his wife gets between the two and the suspect, 21-year-old javon walker runs off, but police say he wasn't done. >>reporter: an hour later and inside the swap shop police say here he is chasing down and what abouting away at another man with a samurai sword. walker who has no violent criminal history in broward we could find would be tracked down and arrested. detectives believe he was under the influence of narcotics.
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from canada and iss now just trying to heal and forgive. >> i hopop they take care of him. >> so you actually have some compassion for him? >> very much. >>reporter: he's amazingly in good spirits and as f f he's still in jail. janine s snwood, local 10 news. small plane had problems with its landing gear touching down.that plane did land and finally settled on one of itsings before being towed to the hangar. the f.a.a. isinvestigating the incident. a man believed tohave murdered his wife later jumped to his death from a miami high-rise. police do believe the 0-year-old killed his wife on monday and her body was found inside her condo right near bay road and 15th street after two children told secretary their mom was hurt. police have not released her identity butpthey
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by her husband. then yesterday afternoon lice found his body at the grand in downtown miami. the two are in foster care and will remain there until february third. a mother's to see her son for the first time since back in december. >> standing there and call the police and fbi. the people there are helping you so don't be afraid. don't hide. be good and come home. it's been so long. i love you. >> the boy's father accused of abandonment tells police he kicicd their son out of the car near their plantation home because h h was quote being rude. the secret service is involved in an identity theft investigation at jackson memorial hospital. the hospital system saying a hospital unit secretary may have been stealing confidential patient information over the past five years.
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have accessed thousands of patients' names, baryngdz and home addresses. aoman accused of said using and stealalg. >> allegedly meeting men and going after their expensivee jewelry. south floridians, lows tomorrow will be dropping d dn to the 40s across parts of south florida. we could e en see the mid 40s inland. we'll be back into the 50s going into the ekend and another front will move in goinginto the weekend. i have lots to talk
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said using a stealing from them is set to b back in court today. she's accused of targeting a tourist in december and then another last month at mortgageen's in coral gables. >> the victi was drugged with a xanax derivative and them he lost consciousness a few minutes after having a drink. i guess when he woke up his rolex was gone and a gun was gone. >> williams is currently ing held without bond before today's hearing. the pope will have an historic meeting with the head of@ the russian orthodox church. some landscaping being done there. pope john paul set to meet on friday, the first meeting of those churches since they split more than 1,000 years ago. hatzel vela will be there for the historic
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look for reports from hatzel on thursday. previously migrants had been flown to el salvador and bused to mexico but yesterday's group included 41 pregnant women and four children, therefore the government decided to take them straight to mexico where they will be able to cross into texas. we've had some nice weather this week. granted we were lacking that full sunshine yesterday. temperatures were pretty calm and comfortable. it's a reinforcing shot of cool weather that moved through. it is 58 degrees in ft. lauderdale. 60 right now in miami and 66 in key west. a west northwest wind anywhere between 10 and 16 miles per hour will continue to provide for that cool air affectiti all the way down here to south florida. currently 58 degreeses in pembroke pines. 59 in kendall. 64 inarathon. the winds very strong
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spspds anywhere between 7 to 10 miles per hour and wind gusts even stronger down by the keys. we do have very chilly conditions. parts of the panhandle are waking up to the 20s and 30s. yet a reinforcing shot of some even colder weather will be moving into tonight and tomorrow. you're definitely going to notice a change this morning from yesterday morning. we have temperatures feeing like the teens as far south as atlanta. evenenhe 30s in jacksonville and tampa. we'll keep some mid and high level clouds around this morning, break from the cloud cover into the later half of the morning into the afternoon we'll see lots of sunshine. we are seeing snow as far south as atlantathis morning due to another reinforcing shot of cold weather and a front. keeping our forecast feeling like winter for more than one or two days. that's why our forecast has stayed pretty tranquil and cool. look at these
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to coast with the exception of the west coast. they're dealin with a hit wave due to a ridge of high pressure. 20s and 30s as far south as texas and as far south as the panhandle. tomorrow morning it will be june right cold for us here in south florida as lows will be in the 40s with highs only staying in the upper 60s. keep in mind our average degrees. then another front moves in and drops our attempts again by early we've got your tickets to one of the biggest events of the year. local 10 giving away tickets to the wine and food festival. head over to our local 10 facebook page. that's where you can enter. a trusted tv personality teaming up with a supplement company making some big sales. >> could it be too good
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we do have an update to our breaking news this morning. a second person dyingngn the way to the hospital. as you can see, this fatal car fire happening on i-95 northbound. the car hit the median concrete barrier, thenricocheted all the way to the other side of the highway before it burst into flames. florida highway patrol getting ready to shut down i-95 northbound. take the mcarthur over to miami beach. we do have a crew t tre
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we'll have live reports and constance watching how it's affecting your commute. in the meantime i-95 northbound shut down. we've all seen offers that appear to be too good to be true. >> marketing all across the country with the help of a well-nope celebrity but now the company getting a lot of complaints claiming they've been ripped off. >> bob norman has the confrontation with the& owner. my name is larry king. >>reporter: it's labeled as a larry king special report but it's really a fish oil supplement. king introduced thehealth works company says it across the country. >> special offer with a so-called special two for one off. >> we believe it's the
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the face of the planet. >> there's no financial risk. you have nothing to lose. >>reporter: not true according to scores of former customers who have complained about the compmpy, 138 of them to the better business bureau the last three years alone. some claiming it's a fraud or scam. >> this customer from missouri complained to the florida atatrney general's office saying the company quote will not refund money, keeps take money out of account. >> no disclosure. you can't do that. >>reporter: nova southeastern university michael flint says he finds the company's marketing tack tickets suspect at best. >> we're extending a special offer but they n't tell you the terms and conditions of the special offer. >> you have nothing to lose. >>reporter: do they have something to lose?
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billed to them for shipment of the process. >>reporter: it auto ships monthly bottles of omega xl at $60 a month plus shipping and handng automatically charging them on their credit cards. >> i just swallowed them without water. >>reporter: when i called sales rep gave me the same schpeal without mentioning auto shipping. >> they didn't even get to make the choice. it's already clicked. we caught up with him but he had nothing to say. i want to talk about the complaints your company received. he hired this man david bowdoin after his former
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was busted i a ponzi scheme. he was under fbi investigation and is now in prison on a wire fraud cop victims. i tried to reach king through facebook and his hollywood agent but rereived no response. the company defended auto shipping as a company practice. adding quote we will gladly refund money to anyone who did not fully undedetand the terms of the program. the professor says the company's practices deserve greater attention from the authorities. >> the attorney general's office should open an investigation. >>reporter: you don't have anything to say? bob norman, local 10 news. >> bob tells us that great health works has resolved all of those complaints with the better business bureaea saying at times they
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>>reporter: hi. good wednesday morning will manso with your local 10 morning sports wrap. tough night for the heat wrapping up the first half of the season against the all-star break gave miami an early lead. first the quiek start he had. ten points off the bench in the first quarter. the heat were up four and then spurs start to take the lead in the second half, dwayne wade did his part with the layup tre. san antonio the second team in the nba forood reason.
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heat tried their best to keep this thing close but it really wasn't close. miami down seven. this was ugly for hassan whiteside. started off so fast but watching the frustration mounting the el bow there picked up by officials. whysside on his way out. heat following on ugly 19-101 loss. before the game the heat announced miami will retire shaquille o'neal's jersey number two. help lead miami to its first nba championship. angel rodriguez half court alley-oop. check that out, nice. capes were up seven, tied at 33 though. it's no good but look at angel rodriguez. one of the small skies in the cou fly in for the tip-in and that's the game-winner.
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a two-gam losing streak no more. great pass to i can't jaromir jagr, the ageless one. panthers win 7-4. i'm will mansotand that's your local 10 morning sports wrap. miam international airport launching a brand new appo help passengers out. >> there's no need to look on the big board anymore as everything you need will be on the free app. it will give you walk times and flight updates. it's all designed to make the travel process a little easier. the app will even let you reserve park spots and order food to be delivered to your terminal. >> i like where they are going. i hope they don't take the big boards down. i like it. >> if you're a traveler -- >> easy for him to say. let's talk about the primaries.
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are the big winners this morning. >> the final numbers
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primary, thehe you go. breaking news at 5:00, multiple lanes of i-95 are shut down after a fatal fire killed two people. a surprising runnerup results. how far about marco rubio poll. and exposure arrest. an accused serial flasher is behind bars this afternoon. how his girlfriend led to him getting caught. police hope you'll take a moment to see this holdup this morning an historic meeting in cuba in the making. good morning, south florida. i'm eric yutzy. >> i'm jacey birch. we have a lot t get to in just a moment, but first we have to start
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