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of cuba in any way? not at all. >> the last and only sitting u.s. president to visit cuba? calvin coolidge in 1928. the next dates expected on march 21st and 22nd. the rolling stones arere expected to perform and the tampa bay race will be playing a game as well. -- rays will be playing a game as well. a busy weekekd. >> calvin: we'll be there for the historic visit by president obama. join me and local 10 news reporter live in cuba wi just over a little bit over a month from nowow >> laurie: also tonight women showing up at south florida nagogues asking questions and rattling nerves. the scares serious enough to get the fbi involved. >> calvin: and it has the south florida jesh community on high alert tonight. tocal 10 news reporter janine stanwood is live in north miami beach. janine? >> reporter: calvin, laurie, detectives here in north miami beach and the fbi are involved,
speak to these women and it does not appear they're any threat to the community. and stilnerves are rattled. >> our goal is to be the eyes and ears for the cops. we're equipped with cameras. >> reporter: this night the neighbobhood patrol is out and some in the north miami beach jewish community are on edge after they say these women approach several area temples, one clutching the qur'an asking when the congregations meet. too many questions for comfort. >> would i wear into the mosque wearing my kipa? for what? to find out what time servicece are? >> reporter: police say a similar incident happened on miami bebeh saturday at the beth israel congregagaon on 40th street. >> usually don't ask such questions.>> they have interviewed the women and do not believe they pose a danger to the community. they are still investigating. lunger whose patrol works closely with detectives says
that is people are still uneasy. >> with today's happenings all over is alarming. they didn't commit a rime by doing that but it raised a concern. >> reporter: police are still working on their investigation. they tell us they'll have more information tomorrow. we're in rth miami beach tonight. janine stanwood, local 10 news. >> and what a story in west palm beach. the teen arrested again and charged with impersonating a doctor. and picked off by deputies yesterday and then it is over a year ago and addressed the west allegations here tonight. >> i just want to say i'm deeply saddened and a little disrespected and simply asking if you please pray for us in this time that we get the truth
>> reporter: robinson is facing charges including forgery and practicing medicine without a license. >> now for both 2016 and while donald trp is expecting to cruise to victory in soh carolina, a new poll is now showing ted cruz taking a slim lead on the national stage. while cruz gets good news in the polls, marco rubio has a major announcement and endorsement from the south carolina popular governor. >> laurie: and the two are going at it in town hall vying for second place in the primary. tonight in columbia, south carolina, with the latest. glena? >> laurie, calvin, that endorsement from a hugely popular governor, nicky haily, and that may do what no vote can, tip the scales. the first primary in the south. >> help me welcome the next president to the united states and let's move that way.
>> reporter: not only an endorsement but the really to the polls saturday. governor nikki hayley, the daughter of immigrants, army veteran spouse and coveted endorsement and coupe for senator rubio. >> she embodies everything the conservative movement is about. >> reporter: they appear indeed different parts of the state in town hall meetings, each solo ter a bruising day of attacks on each other. >> would president trump ban partial birth abortions? >> including a cease and desist order trump sent cruz to pull the trump is pro-choice commercial dprt air waves. >> saying he's prochoice. we don't say he's prochoice. donald says he's prochoice in every respect. >> his trtrendous fats in our budget but the candidates are controlled by the people who make money off the fat. >> reporter: the latest popo
first place with south carolina governors across the board. but for a second, a statistical tie between uz and rubio. governor jeb bush is in the single digits. he's been banking on this first primary in the south to break him to the top tear. >> i will be tough. i will be resolute. i will be firm. i will be clear. i will be determined. that's what leaders are. >> governor hayley's a huge disproportionate and wanted it and had courted it and just this week had coveted probably the most meaningful endorsement in the stste. two days left to campaign before saturday's primary and all of the gop candidates will be doing just that all around the state. i'm glena millbourn live tonight in columuma, south carolina.
>> calvin: a commission meeting in oakland park. they're set they're ordering the soup kitchen to close its doors. the all saints catholic mission gathered and criticized commissioners for not trying to come up with a solution after cardel was forced to move a feeding location on power line road last fall. the city rezoned the area a few years ago and said the kitchen falls under a parish house which investments zoning laws. >> and you can condemn me and put fines on me. you can send the police to my door. you can send code enforcement as they came again today to harass us. you can do all these things and we will still feed the poor. >> calvin: father bob plans to feed the poor at the church in oakland park. it's unclear what action the city will eventually take against them. >> laurie: their secret is out! a florida couple stepping forward to accept their portion of the biggest powerball jackpot everer>> calvin: that thing is huge! and the winners explained how
so long. local 10 news reporter amie vateri traveling to tallahassee amy? >> reporter: well, calvin and laurie, they kept the win a secret from everyone. hush-hush. each their own children! you can imagine for a month this winning ticket was the talk of their town, but still they stayed quiet. instead taking time to process all of this until today. >> he wants to get a new car. >> how about you? >> i really don't know yet. i want to get a massage! [ laughing ] reporter: no big plans so far for their share of the historic wop.8 bibiion powerball jackpot. they're still coming to grips with winning. >> lost a lot of sleep. i lost over 10 pounds. it's a lot of pacing at night. >> you worry, you worry what's going to happen now that we're no longer in a quiet place. >> reporter: the couple has lived in melbourne beach since 1991. david has worked as a manufacturing engineer for more
55-year-old now plans to retire all because his wife visited their local publix and bought one powerball ticket. >> a $3 investment. >> that ticket one of only 3 in the country to match all 6 numbers. but nonody knew until wednesday. the couple flew to tallahassee d chose the lump sum pavement of nearly 8 million. >> she walked her little dog the evening and wears her little cowboy hat. it's wonderful. >> reporter: surprise with local 10 news that spoke with the neighbors but even the kigs didn't know. >> it's hard especially when everyone says if you're from melbourne beach. did you win? did you know who won? >> reporter: and now the secret is out. lottery officials say it can take up 2 days to get all of that money deposited and while the couple did not want to go into specific detail about their plans for the cash, they
it taking care of the people they love. we're live tonight in tallahassee at florida lottery headquarters, amy, local 10 news. >> what a life changer! amy, thank you. a follow up file. the teen arrested in the deadly new year's day crash key biscayne is now formally charged as anadult. medina was arrested on multiple charges cncluding vehicular homicide.his back seat passenger danielle miguel was killed in the crash last month. detectives say medin afs driving 60 mph in the silver porsche convertible with another friend in the front seat when he lost control in the curve and crashed into the front gate of a home. according to court documents medina's blood had traces of marijuana and xanax. >> calvin: a scary morning at the miami international airport when they made an emergency landing. the atlas cargo 747 was forced to turn because of a fire. the fire department gathered
pilots were able to touch down safely despite that blown out tire. >> laurie: whew! good thing! that's what they train for. well, the pope celebrating holy mass for the final time in mexico. the pontiff proving he has a tough side, too. scolding some people there in the crowd. >> reporter: the heat return to practice without chris bosh but they're confident he may be back. we'll have the update on bosh's health later in sports. >> reporter: a beautiful night. miami on the cool side at 64 . i'm chief meteorologist betty davis. i'll let you know what's on the way for the rest of the week. >> calvin: and e popular burger spot at one of the hottest streets on south beach. so why are our dirty dining cameras there? don't want to misit! - miss it! >> across the country it's america's favorite jackpot game!
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well-known places on ocean drive. this johnny rockets is located on the first floor of 728 ocean drive and based on a complaint, inspectors recently walked in and found 31 violations. the main problem was coming from up above. food not protected from environmental contamination? the e inspector observed the ceiling leaking onto a food prep table below.water was leaking above the table used to make duringers. water dripping the cook line and the grill station, leaking water dripping right over ready to eat lettuce. a stop sale was issued on onions, mushrooms and cheese. there was mold in the ice machine. and the manager here refused to talk about the contamination issues or her bad inspection. we do the dirty dining. is there someone that can speak
>> not at the moment. >> but we have questions. in the statement to local 10 news corporate saysthis location is a franchise and, quote, there is nothing more important than the health and safety of our guests and regret the restaurant did not pass inspection. it was closed for a short titi and the franchise was authorized to re-open the next morning. yes, this johnny rockets was allow tod re-open. but would they have made those corrections if the inspector hadn't shown up? the good news you now know what was dripping onto the food below. on south beach, jeff, local 10 news. >> laurie: jeff, thank you and remember local 10 news made it easy for you to see any restaurant inspe@tion statewide right on your smart phone. download the free restaurant inspection app and search restaurants, florida, in the app store. >> calvin: pope francis wrapped up the first visit to mexico with the mass on the border today.
paso, texas. he spoke about the migrant crisis across the globe calling forced migration due to violence and poverty a human tragedy. also a different side of pope francis. he was greeting the crowd in the city yesterday when someone grabbed him causing him to fall onto a child in a wheelchair. the pope was visibly upset and scolded the person in spanish saying, quote, don't be selfish. and here's the pope boarding the many to conclude his 5-day trip to mexico. it was his first official trip to the country. he's heed back to vatican city as we speak, in fact, and expected to land some time tomorrow. >> laurie: disaster at home. people are picking up the pieces after a trio of tornados that hit broward and miami-dade counties with debris to be cleaned up. davyvyhollywood and northeast miami-dade were each hit with a
they left homeowners with quite the mess so a lot of people literally don't have a place to stay tonight. so frustrating! >> calvin: and betty, 5 tornados, 5 twisters in 2 months? that's a lot going on >> laurie: now we just had the most beautiful weather ever! >> reporter: and this forecast is looking good. it's going to have you smiling in your sleep tonight. finally a nice little stretch of quiet weather out there. we take you back outside and this is clear skies and 63 . winds are calm and ththe dew point temperature at 51 so looking at that number and the lower surface to the atmosphere is pretty dry and it is setting us up with the cool night for tomorrow. 59 in kendall. pembroke pines at 61 and by tomorrow morning more of you will p down into the 50s and
normal. that's lows in the lower 60s but if you take the kids to the bus stop in the morning, you may want to go with ththlonger sleeves and by the aftetnoon you won't need the sleeves. very pretty weather not just here but throughout the south. today the winds are light and from the north/northwest and tomorrow the north/northeast flow. we'll have plenty of sunshine and the one change late tomorrow afternoon is the breezes will start to pick up. so turning breezy on thursday and then those breezes carry us right into friday with our winds still flowing in from the northeast. a few more clouds mixing with the sunshine but the rainfall chance is next to nothing as we're getting ready for the weekend. so if it's a birthday party outside or maybe make tomorrow a beach day, things are od. water temperature off
a surf running about 1-2-3 feet tomorrow. the rip current risk moderate though. we should mention that. be careful if you do jump in the waters. small craft exercise caution. chohpy on those bays and the seas running 4-6 feet with north/northeast winds up to 20 mph off miami-dade and broward. so in the morning we're in the 50s so you're probably reaching for a sweat er. but by the afternoon we make thatatbounce up into the upper 70s. and 78 by the way. that's the norm for miami and fort lauderdale this time of the year. pretty close to that over the next several days. right now saturday and sunday. looking a-okay. just a few clouds with the highs in the upper 70s. by wednesday of next week, we may have to deal with stormy weather. want to remind you the weather authority is always watching and tracking. meteorologist julie durda gets started at 4:30, dark and early. guys? >> laurie: thank you, betty. >> calvin: drink some hot tea and honey tonit. don't get sick on us! >> laurie: we'll let her rest until tomorrow.
still to come south beach and swim suits go together and add to that some sports illustrated swimsuit models and you got something you don't want to miss. >> laurie: and definitely don't want to miss jimmy kimmel live tonight. what we accomplish because we put our heads together. >> you have a dedent love line. >> really? his love line is forking right now? oh, my goodness! >> reporter: good evening, south florida. constance jones with your construction alert. traveling northbound at the palmetto expressway, all lanes will be closed at tamiami trail at southwest 8th street. instead exit off and just continue north at northwest 87th avenue.
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>> calvin: the women of the newest sports illustrated swimsuit issues made a splash in south florida today. >> laurie: they tend to do that and local 10 was there to cover the party. several models there to meet the fans. it's the first time the s.i. fanfest made the way to miami and the model said they were happy to make the trip. >> started this whole thing off in new york and had a great few days there. but now we're in the warm weather so i think the girls are super excited to be here. >> laurie: this year's issue features plus size model on the cover for the first time as model ashley graham receives that honor. >> reporter: the heat return to the practice court without chris bosh. they'll have the acc showdown with virginia tech at home tonight. in sports. >> and down big fella! but first here are the cash 3,
travel with the team to atlanta and further update his condition in the future. bosh reportedly back on blood thinners asashe deals with the clot that kept him out of the nba all-star weekend. so whiteside meanwhile will not travel with the heat as well. serving the one game suspension for throwing an elbow agait the spurs. as they took the practice court it was clear though. bosh has the support of the entire locker room. >> it's just the way of life. you have to deal with rtain things and we'll deal with it and move on and like i said the most important thing for all of us going on and yoyou care out their health and basketball comes sesend when it comes to that. >> and taking on virginia tech and angel rodriguez with fancy bling before getting the layup. the canes down 1 at the half but at this point up 10 in the second half. and reed is going to get fancy coming up here with the reversed throw down and canes
they win 65-49 and because duke beat north carolina, the teams are tied for the top spot and play north carolina. stuff. >> i'll stand over here. >> calvin: just move over there. >> reporter: highs tomomoow in the 70s. have a great day. >> calvin: keep going. >> reporter: be fine tomorrow. >> calvin: >> hi, everybody. all this week, we're raising money for an amazing charity, shriners hospitals for children, and nothing would make me happier than to give them a ton of cash, so let's play "who wants to be a millionaire."