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say -- if you see something, say something. >> reporter: two young boys in the congregation were approached over the weekend by a couple asking certain questions. >> didn't feel comfortable. they said something. it's being followed up. >> reporter: miami beach police are working this days. we've also learned that the f is also looking into what happened. although there are no reported thats or violence, many orthodox jushes like joshua klein are extremely -- jews like joshua klein are extremely concerned. >> with today's happenings all over, you have to be vigilant. >> reporter: and again, there have been fast-moving developments. we've learned of another report the reported incident at a synagogue i` hollywood. we've checked with their police department. they've not confirmed@ it. we've been working our sources with the fbi as well at city and county officials and again no one has made it clear if they are actively searching for these men and women.
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miami beach, michael siden, back to you. >> thank you. there they are. the owners of one of three winning tickets from last month's record record jackpot. thethe winners showed up to claim the praise and amy is live to tell us about these new megamillion a airs -- megamillion airs. >> reporter: winners have 180 days to claim their prize. but most people want to do it as soon as p ssible. not this couple, they waited a month before telling anyone about that winning ticket and now they've had their day in the spotlit. they say they are eager to enjoy their winnings in private. >> we're not gonna go party, no. >> reporter: baby steps for maureen smith and her husband, david kaltschmidt, when if comes to making a debt in their powerball jackpot.
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to work, they all suspected i won. i had to say, i didn't purchase a ticket. i didn't lie. >> reporter: it was maureen who pout the ticket at their neighborhood publix picking numbers she's been playing on and off forore than 30 years. their ticket was one of three sold in the country that matched all six numbers. their portion of the prize is $528.7 million. and wednesday they announced they will ke a lump sum payment totaling $328 million. >> we were on the plane here. couldn't believe -- i said this is really real. >> reporter: hard to believe perhaps because the couple told no one. david said it wasn't until a week ago they told the rest of the family. >> we just kept quiet. >> reporter: even the neighbors had no clue until a local 10 crew broke the news about the now famous multi-millionaires on >> congratulations. [laughter] >> any time he needed help with
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>> reporter: david doeplan to retire as an eng even as the couple is still coming to terms with how lifeill change. >> it's scary and unknown. >> reporter: now there are some logistics when we're talking about this much money, nearly $328 million. officials say it will take up to two days to get that amount deposited for this couple but they say they are working to try to get that done even sooner. we're live in tallahassee, back to you. >> our congrats to them. thank you. what a scary morning out at miami international airport for a moment when this plane made an emergency landing. it was headed to buenes aires but forced to turn around because of a blown tire. an army of miami-dade fire units gathered at the airport for the emergency landing. the pilots were able to touch down safely despite that obliterated tire.
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confirmed today that not two but several south florida communities yesesrday. today, neighbors spent much of their day cleaning up mother nature's mess. local 10 news reporter live with the just-released emergency calls for h help. >> reporter: before you hear the calls, look at the damage left behind by that third confirmed tornado in davie which we understand traveled 6, 7 miles, at 80 miles an hour which is why the damage makes sense. one call i made in pompano beach from another tornado. terrying calls for h help. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: folks watching in front of their eyes, describing the twister touchdown. >> i'm on 60 highway. >> it came from the west. >> reporter: chris shows us where thehehird confirmed
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>> twisted out like card bond. >> reporter: and the damage it left behind. hook at the damage in hollywood. this is what billy and his wife recovered from what's left of their home as the twister terrorized this community, the couple was trapped inside. >> i wouldn't want anybody to go through this. it's terrible. you don'n'have a home. the truck's been destroyed. what's next? hit by lightning? >> reporter: thousands of south floridians have to start the insurance claims process. >> resulting from wind damage that's covered under the picy, they would pay for debris removal and rememal of the tree that's fallen on your home. >> reporter: keep the receipts from the cosos of removal and make sure to take plenty o o pictures of the damage and before you hire a contracto do your homework. >> you want to check with the local authoritieso make sure that they are somebody who is able to do business in that particular community. >> reporter: withritten contracts, you can give them a
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amount until the work is done. >> this was e extremely powererful and frightening but the trees can be replaced. but lives cannot be. >> these are live pictures from juniper lane. you can see the damage on each side of the street. both sides have uprooted trees here in this community. likely going to be days before these folks can get this back to normal andife can be already -- can go back to normal as well. back to you. >> we wish them well.thank you. a church leader youth leader der arrest accused of having sex with a middle schooler. 19-year-old sylvester perrone was charged with eight counts of sexual battery on a child. he reis is behind bars. the victim was 13 at the time. they allegedly carried on a
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police are searching for a suspect seen ranking this plantation gas station. video shows this man in a dw jersey walking into the mobile knife. he crouches down and follows the clerk to the register. cigarettes before taking off with the cash. a teen is charged as an adult for killing an 18-year-old gigis on new year's day. liane is live from the jaiaiwith the details. >> reporter: calvin, he is facing serio charges now in adult court. that includes vehicular homicide, reckless driving with serious injury and driving without a license. isaias medina is now behind bars. the 17-year-old allegedly had pot and xanax in his system on the morning of a deadly new year's day crash. the state asks he be held on $100,000 bond. >> i have person, a young lady who was killed by his recklesu
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victim severely injured. the bond that the state is asking is extremely reasonable based on the circumstances here. if anything, i personally would have set a higher bond. >> reporter: medina was allegedly partying new year's eve until the wee hours of the morning on key biscayne with matthewaldana and danicla benavides san miguel. at one point, he took his two friends for a joyride and crashed. danicla benavides san miguel tied at the scene. he was originally placed on house arrest. >nder that set of circumstances, any prosecutor's office is going to direct file a 17-year-old. >> you are innocent until proven guty this it country. >> reporter: me dean non's attorney addressed the media asp me dean non's mother left without saying a word. >> he has shown tre tremendous remorse.
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time for the victim's family. >> reporter: we've learned that me dean nonhas medina has mosted bond. he will be fitted with a gps monitoring device. he will need to undergo regular drug testing as part of his release on bond. he's also not allowed to drive a car. we're live outside of the correctional facility, back to you. >> all right. thank you. for the first time in 20 years, venezuela's president said he's raising the price of gas. it will sell to the equivalent of 16 cents. he says it's a nessary measure to help deal with their country tea economic crisis. today a spokesperson from the u.s. state department said the u.s. suppopos haiti's new government and the last-minute agreement that the former
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the u.s.. has spent $22 million on the elections in haiti in aust and october. and they will likely spend millions more to make se the elections happen in april. live pictures of the pope preparing to celebrate his final mass in mexico in juarez. pe francis is expected to speak about the plague of drug violence and migrant workers. >> what a beautiful sight there. >> yes. the race for the white house, it's turning downright masty in south carolina. >> and marco rubio getting a kov vented endorsement from -- cook coveted endorsement from nikki haley. that's coming up on "world news tonight" at 6:350. and that coveted endorsement shshld be happening any minute now at a marco rubio rally in chapin, south carolina. that's about 45 minutes from
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columbia. it's a a huge step for the senator as he battles for the number spot here with ted cruz. donald trump, a solid number one in his ts prior. we'll cover it all. a surprise student for students and an officer ambushed
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wild story out of west palm beach a deep arrested again and charged again with impersonating a doctor. we w we right there as malachi yesterday. te a aegedly ran new birth, new life medicalenter and was bursted by an undercover agent acting as a patient. >>a miami gardens police officer still recover after being ambushed n his cruiser
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today. and todd was there for this special moment. he joins us live froro miami. >> reporter: certainly great too see the officer up and about. boy, did he get the star treatment here at the elementary school. he was signing autographs, getting hugs and taking pictures with these young women who after he was shot et wrote him get-well cards. this is the first time we've seen officer starling walk since he was ambushed by a gunman and shoot last month. he surprised a group of second through fifth graders enrolled in the pru program at arcola lakes elementary thanking them for the get well cards. >> this is what makes ay job all that we do -- this is what makes it important. >> reporter: he was shot while sitting in his patrol car writing a report. police say 24-year-old david
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andbuttocks before he was arrested and the motive is still a mystery. one by one the girls the thanked him. >> dearfficer starling, i hope you get well soon. >> reporter: whyo you appreciate him so much? what does he do for you? >> he takes care of us and he helps us when we're in danger. >> it was see special for you coming here and i really appreciate all your help andnd kindness. >> reporter: they even sang their theme song for him. the officer was clearly moved by the show of affection and said he's looking forward to getting back on patrol. he has also kept his sense of humor but he knows he's been the butt of many jokes. >> it was a difficult place to get shot, you said. did you get a hard time -- >> you cannot imagine the jokes. [laughter]
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jokes. well, officer gets around with the help of a cane. i asked him when he --hen he's going to begin his physical therapy. he answer hasn't started it yet. he doesn't know when he will be back out on patrol. but he said there's no doubt he will be back out on patrol. he spent the greater part of his law enforcement career as a cop in the streets and plans to get back to it. >> great now. he hasll of the love from all of those kids. wonderful to see. thank you. t ready, south florida. carnival miami is about to get underway and today cube an american actor and musician andy festival. the grammy and oscar nominee will perform with his very own band at the event march 13th. the event. catch all of the fun from 8th strere and my tour of the famed roadway with the king himself
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>> that's one smooth dude. >> he is great. >> i love him. >> he's sporting the beard right now. >> yeah. the whole hemingway thing going on. betty, we think hemingway, we think key west, we think not being here at work. i could keep going. >> drinks on the beach. we could keep going. [laughter] >> that and more. that and more. this is a stunning view of miami as the sun goes down all on south's pretty nice out there. temperatures have been just right. we made it into the upper 70s today and here we are now at 72 in miami. a light west northwest wind. mostly clear skies for the rest of the evening and we're gonna stay dry. there's no rain, no stormy weather expected as temperatures slip down in the mid of os by about 10:00 tonight. so you probably will need at least a light sweater for some longer sleeves if you are out and about. high pressure truly is in control of our weather and will to tomorrow.
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high pressure. we'll turn over to north northeasterly winds thursday and that breeze is gonna pick up. so beeady for breezy conditions at the beaches. >> the rip current risk will b elevated as well. temperatures, not too tough to take. near average. seasonable, upper 50s in the morning. highs climbing toward the upper 70s. we're forecasting a high of 77 for miaii, winds north-northeast, 10 to 15 miles an hour and getting stronger later in the day. by friday we'll call t windy, starting the day in the lower 60s. highs in the mid-70s. the rain chance staying really low, 10% between friday, saturday, sunday and it looks like we're good through the weekend. by next week we'll track the next weather system that may bring some stormy weather our way by the middlof the week.
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optimism from the aeerican airlines arena from the miami heat on the health of chris bosh. but not much clarity as to what cb is going through. the heat returned to practice here here inside the arena, work fod 90 minutes afterwards talked about bosh and his health scare. they wouldn't get into specifics. all of they would say he won't travel with the team to atlanta. he will miss the game and he did not practice today. when we got the chance to talk to his teammates after wards, many said while they don't know the type of conditions he's dealing with, she remain optimistic that he can return to
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been in contact with bosh since all-star weekend in toronto, says this is nothing like what happpped last year. >> we are gonna miss him. outside of that, you know, the biggest things that -- his health is important and he's showing us he's in goon spirits at. >> not worried about him. like i said, i really don't have all of the details. we're still off the mystic that we can still have him at some point in the season. until somebody says otherwise, that's what we'll hold on to. >> reporter: neighbor players said the same thing at practicece tomorrow is the nba trading deadline at 3:00 p.m. i don't think the heat would would want to release any kind of vital information about his health before that. there was an optimistic feel to
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health-wise cb is not dealing with the scare, that was life-threatening. so that's the positive tonight. we'll have much more on local 10 news at 11:00. back to you. >> thoughts are with the big guy. >> and tomorrow and near the weekend? >nother great day, breezy.
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it will best text1 italics cc1 test message breaking news tonight. the new national poll. is donald trump no longer the front-runner? also, late today, the south carolina surprise. just three days before the high stakes republican primary, the major endorsement. could it sway the race? governor haley is not for donald trump. also developing, the fbi standoff with apple. after the terror attack in san bernardino, the fbi desperate to break into the gunman's iphone. a judge now demanding apple help the fbi. apple refusing. under fire. the t officers trying to arrest this man. he pulls out a a gun. their quick action in the moments that follow. the a aeged imposter accused of posing as a doctor for more than a month, undetected, examining patients. the sting right here tonht.
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winning hundreds of millions, bhau they revealed after being handed the check. good evening. and we begin tonight with breaking news in the racee for president, and it comes just three days before the high stakak republican primary in south carolina. a new national poll moments a a showing someone other than donald trump leading nationally. and south carolina's hugely popular governor, nickykki haley, just moments ago, endorsing soone else. haley making it clear she wants senator marco rubio to be t`e republican nominee. and that new national poll tonight showing senator ted cruz ahead of donald trump, 28% to donald trump's 26%. atatistical dead heat, but it's the first time cruz is on top. marco rubio at 17%. another poll earlier today showed trump still ahead, but these new numbers, just as we come on the air tonight, could reveal late momentum before this


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