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>> the conservative considered one of the most provocative justices. chief justice john roberts called him an extraordinary individual and jurist. live with the latest details. >> reporter: all this information just coming in. president obama has been briefed on this. supreme couou justice antonin scalia died in his sleep. citing two law enforcement sources. he was 79 years old. antonin scalia went to bed friday night and told friends he was not feeling well. saturday morning, he didn't get up for breakfast and the group he was hunting with left without checking on him. sometime later someone at the ranch went in and found him unresponsive. he is the first italian american to sit on the nation's highest court. he was a conservative and had a loud personality and also a lot of provide in the american constitution. john
court and retired justice i am -- justice i am saddened to say that antonin scalia papsed away. he was admired and treasured by his colleagues. greg abbot saying his passing is a great loss to the court and the country he so loyally served. wee extend his deepest condolences to his wife and family. obviously this is an ongoing g tuation. justice s antonin scalia is a man, a god, a patriot. that is what everyone i calling him. we'll have more at 11:00. a search forr a shooter after a 16-year-old is shot in the leg. that teen rushed to the hospital. it happened early this morning. >> the victim's friend says around a dozen shots were fired. leon is live in miami with more. >> reporter: you said it.
this teen was only hit by one and that gunshot was not fatal. he is now recovering at the hospital. at last check in able condition. at this point police are still looking for the person who shothim. and the motive is still unclear. >> reporter: a teenar is now in the hospital after shots were fired in littlt havana overnight. >> i heard the shots and i saw the -- the people. like -- all the shots cn the walls and stuff. >> reporter: witnesses say a 16-year-old was shot in the leg near southwest 10th avenue and fifth street this morning. >> my boy frpd was going -- boyfriend was going to get something to eat for me. and he is walking right here around the -- around the -- this area. >> reporter: the victim was walking with a friend when they say someone dressed in black showed up and started shooting. >> i just heard eight shots like right after they left the house. >> boom boom boom boom boom. >> reporter: several shots hit
of an suv. police say the 16-year-old was hit in the right thigh. >> he was limping. right here in the midof the street. >> reporter: he was rushed to jacksonville memorial hospital. now police are still searching for the person who pulled the trigger. >> i thought the neighborhood was good. when i me over here, every day was a -- an accident for people shooting. >> reporter: and those witnesses say the shooter may have gotten away in a vehicle. not on foot. at this point police are looking for whatever leads they can. if you have any information you think they can use, give miami police a call. smash and grab robbery. happening overninit. police believe it may be the same guy behind the major sweep. the crooks targeted three cell phone stores in the area. the first
11th avenue. four men smashed their way inside and then cleaned up the place. anothe picked up the pieces after the thieves hit a store a few blocks away. the men were seen wearing the same clothes also captured on surveillance video. and struckckgain on ninth avenue. you can see the view whipping through the pce and taking off with electronics including customer phones stoirn for -- in store for repair. >> even with that they came in the middle of the night. and they end up -- raiding the front doors. we've been here for five years and never had any kind of problems. we have one now. >> reporter: in one case the thieves made up off with up to $20,000 worth of electronics. a shooting near carroll city high school. stanley reagan appeared before a judge facing a slew of charges
firearm on school prqperty. he is a known gang member and got into a shootout on wednesday. another teen was arrested earlier this week. a third suspect raymond hardwood still on the loose. y y can see smoke pouring out as firefighters worked to put out the flames. >> upon arrival we had heavy smoke. rapidly gaining access. put the fire out. everybody went home safe. >> reporter: it's unclear where the fire started. anoer lovely day. it was beautiful day. not too hot or cold. the sun was shining. >> i think so. tonight definitely. as the sun sets, southbound now, from the miami tower cam all kind of colorn the sky here tonight as we get a fantastic sunset on the way. hollywood beach cleared out. it was crowded earlier today.
warmer. (perhaps more cloud cover. all in all it will be a pretty nice wrap-up to the weekend. radar showing false returns to the south. no rain tonight. 10 to 20% chance for tomorrow. currently our temperatures marathon is the coolest at 67. key westt falling below 70. roward low 70s. tonight with a northwest wind shifting m me north here around midnight and northeast tomorrow. we'll seethe temperatures climbing in the afternoon. tonight we'll manage to fall down into the upper 50s. settling in around 49 degrees. right now winds fairly calm. and miami dade and broward. 72 degrees. gorgeous night on the way. upper 60s by 8:00. 10:00, 63 degrees. we'llll talk more about valentine's day and also president's day on monday coming up hererin a few minutes. a teen accused of stealing a car with a baby inside faced a judge this morning. police say brian gene is responsible for
fort lauderdale laundromat. in the backseat of the car, a 10-month-old baby girl. gene was arrested monday night on ltiple charges. after an hour's long man hunt the child was found safe about eight miles away from the laundromat and reunited with her family. gene remains behind bars tonight. a deadly drive in north lauderdale this morning. three cars crashing at rock island road. the impact causing one vehicle to spin out. ejecting a 4-year-old girl inside. that little girl was pronounced dead at the scene. two others taken to the hospital. the crash is under investigation. we're just getting started tonight. pope francis made his way to mexico. coming up, delivering to the faithful and the warm welcome he is receiving.
>> thousands of people offering a warm welcome at almost every turn he makes. [cheering and applause] . >> reporter: a sea of thousands greeted the first latin american pope as he rode through the historic center on saturday. pope francis stopped to meet the adoring crowd on his way to the national palace. handed out rosaries and embraced sick children. mexico's president welcomed the pope with a special ceremony where francis later delivered his first major address. >> experience teaches us that each time we seek privileges or benefits for a few to the detriment to the great of all, sooner or later the life of society is f ftile soil for corruptptn. >> reporter: the pope spoke of how mexico risked its lives in its young people.
population is a people able to renew and transform itself. an invitation to look to the future with hope. >> reporter: pope francis will have a mass at the basilica of the virgin of guwatt loupe a. >> i come as a missionary of hope and peace and also as a son who wisheh to pay homage to his mother, the blessed virgin of guatalu guatalupe. >> reporter: as for the pope mobile he is using to get around, 3 of the 5 are made out of recycled parts from the pope mobile used in his trip in september.r. now to vote 2016. the republicans are gearing up for a debate in south carolina. jay gillmore was the latest to drop out. the feud between trump and bush is back on with bush going up to trump ininhe way hooe is
>> running his campaign. >> he shouted profanities. there are a lot of children that watch these debates. lot of people go to his rallies. the president should never talk the way he does. >> reporter: the death of justice antonin scalia will no doubt come up tonight. south carolina voters will head to the polls a week from today. a freak accident claiming the life of a massachusetts elementary school teacher. she was driving to a tunnel in boston when a 200 pound man hole cor went airborne and crashed through her windshield killing the 35-year-old. >> our hearts and thoughts go t to her family. an incredibly bizarre event. we lost someone today. >> reporter: it's unclear what caused the manhole cover to become dislodged. coming up, something we don't have to worry about here. a bitter blast of wter weather up north. how far the temperatures have dropped. and
minutes. a bitter blast of winter weather up north. some states in the northeast feeling temperatures 30 degrees below zero. >> whew. >> the weather is so cold in new york and new york city people are being warned to stay inside. >> if for any reason you have to go out, go out for as little time as possible. bundle up. lots of layers. do not have skin exposed. these are very tough conditions. >> reporter: see. we're the opset. we encourage skin here. forecasters say the good news is that the cold weather will only last through the weekend and warmer temperatures monday. >> that's the thing. you want
you can't get out to work, right? >> i don't know. it's one of those old alerts on valentines weekend. >> oh, there you go. romantic. lots of babies being made this weekend (laughing). >> right now miami tower cam showing a gorgeous evening here. as we get ready for valentine's day tomorrow, it looks spectacular. this is looking the other direction westbound. plenty of color outhere tonight as the sun sets here across south florida. fort lauderdale tower cam showing the picture perfect suet. one more stop, we got there just in time. geting ready to lose the sun here in key west. you can hear all the street performers. a fantastic evening in key west. 69 degrees. on the cool side. winds out of the north as 13 miles per hour. -- at 13 miles
about tonight. win tomorrow pushing out of the northeast. we're expecting clouds to pick up tomorrow. radar quiet tonight. that's all false return over the florida straights. so the wind will shift more out of the more overnight. tomorrow northeast allow the temperatures to warm up a bit. introduce clouds out there. the good news is no gusts being reported tonight. it's a great night to eat outside. temperatures will quickly drop to the upper 60s. tomorrow little warmer. 59 for fortauderdale and miami. so for tomorrow, if you're getting up aural eto celebrate, 64 degrees at 9:00. 3 in the afternoon. gorgeous night on the way. 6:00 with temperatures in the upper 60s. so it's all thanks to this area of high pressure. tomorrow winds northeast. cold front to the south. clouds will move in.
moving to the southeast. and our winds shift out of the southeast. that will provide a warmer day with temperatures in the upper 70s and midweek flirting with the 80 degree mark. so a caution on the dade and broward coast l)ne, waters choppy. and florida keys chalk chaupy on -- choppy as well. taking you through president's day, if you're lucky enough to have monday off, looks pretty good. 78 degrees to start the week. 80 by wednesday. breeze picks up thursday and friday. next weekend, looks pretty nice. how concerned is chris bosh that his latest injury might be
we found out that chris bosh was pulling out of the this weekend's all star game and people had concern the injuru was related to the blood clots that ended his season in 2015. he doesnsn seem too worried that this new calf strain is any more than just that. his teammates get ready for tomorrow. the league announced yesterd that bush was withdrawing from the game and also tonight's thr point shootout because of the ca strain. bosh saying he will undergo further evaluation
he said i am pretty optimistic. i'm always making sure when we get back to miami we'll make sure it's right. the other all stars making sure to enjoy the experiee this week. wade and james practicing half court shots. how about wade? off the glass. nothing but net. soaking up every moment this weekend. especially the ones he gets to spend with bryant. he had a great memory as he remembers the first time he played against kobe. >> my first game plan against the lakers, i wasn't on kobe's radar but i ripped him. i'm like woah. i just ripped kobe. then i scored on him. i was cool and calm but i was like, i just scored on him. that's my favorite memory. >> reporter: could listen to that story all day. panthers looking to bounce back as they lost to st. louis
them the blues sending them home on home ice. the panthers cannot dwell for long. they have another tough one tonight gen nashville. >> like i said we don't like goal tenders but we had to start the team a little bit. put them back tonight and get back at it. >> reporter: meanwhile the hurricanes basketball team, a tough challenge tomorrow. guys dressed up like bacon. that's how frida state fans like to show their support for bacon. former heat player with a little hungry apparently during his assignmentnt sweep it on the line when the canes take on knolls tomorrow. basketball coach john calaperry not a happy man today. straight up losing it after getting called for two technical falls -- fouls. he got ejected. oh, man. and how important was
about as important as a belt trying to tuck in your shirt. kentucky rolled by almost t points proving oe again that coaching when you have talent can be very overrated. >> well, he was fired up. and they had a reason. >> speaking of fired up, are we going to dress up like bacon one of these weekends? >> i'll lea that to you (laughing). you can dress up like bacon. >> that does it for us. >> our website local10.com is always on with the latest headlines and the weather
few hos. see you then. st text1 italics cc1 test message and good evening. thank you for joining us on this saturday. i'm tom llamas. and we do begin with that breaking news. antonin scalia has died. he was the longest serving justice on the high court. appointed by president ronald reagan in 1986. scalia passed away on a visit to texas, and abc's chief justice correspondent pierre thomas joins us now with what we know about this hour. pierre? >> reporter: tom, law enforcement sources, two of them
passed earlier today, apparently by natural causes in texas. law enforcement officials say it appeared no evidence of foul play whatsoever at this point. i'm being told that the u.s. marshals are on the scene to work with the family, but again, we're being told by two senior law enforcement officials that justice scalia has, in fact, died. >> pierre thomas on t phone for us reporting in. pierre, thank you so much. and just moments ago, chief justice john roberts issuing this statement on behalf of the court and retired justices. "i am saddened to report that justin antonin scalia has p psed away. he was an extraordinary strij, admired and treasured. his pasaing is a great loss to the court and the country he so loyally served. we extend our deepest condolences to his family." i want to bring in terry moran, o covers the supreme court here at abc news. terry, talk to me about the legacy tonight on justice scalia.
towering legacy. not just on the supreme court, but right through all of american law, really, for three decades and more. antonin scalia led the charge for conservatives in american law. led the effort to roll back what you might call the heroic era of liberal a aivism on the court. the era of civil rights jurisprudence that broke down jim crow and did so much else. scalia thought justices and judges had gone out of control in that era, and he was the intellectual leader, and the leader by sheer force of very strong personality, of the effort to say, there's another way way. the constitution, scalia says, means what it meant to the people who wrotet and ratified it. and in decision after decision, not just the ones that he won on, not where he was in the majority, but even more important, in this sense, where he lost, and yet was freed up to