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he will meet with raul castro and dissidents. president obama announced his trip to cuba in a series of tweets. next month i'll travel to cuba to advance our progress and efforts that can improve the lives of of the cuban people. >> the opening to cuba holds out real promise to improve the lives of the cuban people, andness really at the core of our policy. >> michael: in the 14 months since president obama and cuba's raul castro opened the new relationship, there has been progress on trade and travel. cuba has also opened up access to the internet. but on human rights the situation in cuba has only gotten worse. >>here is no justification for president obama to make a visit to cuba before any r rl and substantive democratic reforms are made by the castro regime, and no such reforms have happened. >> i think its would have been a real surprise if president obama would have announced that he was not going to go visit castro and
that would have been the sho. >> michael: today senator marco rubio also urged mr. obama to reconsider the trip, calling it a mistake. president richard nixon travel to chinana in 19 the 72 to establish relations with an old adversary, and china is now partner. >> what's the difference between nixon going to china and obama going to cuba? >> nixon came from a position of strength. people knew that nixon could make such an arrangegent with china. i'm not excusing it. i'm saying what history andersons say. because peoplenew that his philosophy was a tough one. obama comes from a position of weakness. mi the w ite house, of course, would dispute that. after his two-day visit to cuba, mr. obama is going to travel to argentina. in the newsroom, michael putney, local10 news. >> laurie: and president obama's visit is the top story to the
the paper detailing the plan for march 21st and 22nd. and we will be there, calvin, stricter and hatzel vela will all report from cuba in just a little over a month candlelight vigil local10 first told you about suspicious incidents at two local synagogues, unknown women asking strange questions. now they've come forward and local10 news reporter michael seiden is live now with what they had to say. michael. >> michael: about a minute you are going t t meet a muslim woman who told us that she's terminally ill battling breast cancer. she also made it clear she doesn't wah or read the news so she didn't really understand why it was so concerning to some of the new, community when she showed up at a synagogue unannounced wearing muslim garb and king a series of odd questions, but she did alsoake it clear that she was hoping to learn more about judaism. tonight year getting a clear picture of the two muslim women who walkednto a north miami beach synagogue and began asking od questions, even pulling out
>> jish people in a positive way. they are loving and caring. they love me, and they want to include me in their life. >> michael: investigators say nabila and her mother visited the synagogue on two separate occasions, february 12th and again on the 14th. nabila claims she called the rabbi, but somomof the coregation tell me that never happened. still, she insists she was a welcome guest and was hoping to learn more but jewish bible, knn as the torah. >> i'm a social person. i love people. i love being around people. >> michael: there was also a similar incident in miami beach where two members of thihi congregation claim they were approached by someone asking similar questions. miami beach detectives don't believe that was this mother and daughter. >> there's no kind of animosity here between our communities. >> michael: today the council on american islamic relations weighed in on the investigation. >> do you see where the jewish community is coming from,
extremists who are committing terroristic acts not only around the world but right here in the u.s.? >> if i see somebody, a stranger walking into an islamic center in jewish garb asking when or what time do we cork ever congregate, how many people go to the mosque, that's a strange behavior. most probably it's going to be reported. >> here in north miami beach we take every single incident that comes across our desk very serious. >> michael: and again, the c cef of police here saying this is a perfect example, if you see something suspicious, say something. again, the police department says they're going to investigate all claims, but agai this case is closed, and i also want to mention that on wednesday when we brought you this story we blurred the faces of those women because they did not commit a crime. for now we are live in north miami beach, i'm michael seiden, lolol10 news. >> laurie: now to a developing story coming out of miami. >> calvin:n arrest after a robber was caught on camera.
into the newsroom now with this one for us. >> victor: surveillance video isrolling crime as it happened. police say the 13-year-old victim was walking with friends outside of their charter school in little havana when the suspect ran up and used a rob the teen his gold necklace and bracelet. police say alfredo garcia is also suspected of at least four additional armed robberies. there's his mugshot. defect say they're looking the see if garcia is connected to even more cases. we'll keep y/u yul updated had to one. laurie. >> laurie: a school fight at redland middle school in homestead has sent a student to the hospital. the eighth grade victim had to be airlifted to the hospital with a head injury. police say another student slammed him to the ground. the night was between two boys. we don't know how the victim is doing right now and no details have been released on the aggressor. no arrests have been made so far. a church counselor now 19 years olds accused of having a sexual relationship with a minor girl has been slapped with a
sylvester per own appeared before a judge today. perone met the allege victim at church in the glades during the summer at the time of the alleged relationship he was 18, the victim just 13. >> calvin: execs with her client inside the broward county jail was back in court today trying to get her client freed on bond. but this comes after her exclusive interview with local1l1s bob norman last week in and which she denied the incident and said her client was sets up. bob's back to tell us what happened today. >> bob: attorney jessica micheli was backin court today with her client to grant him bond so he can get out of the broward county jail, the place where she class accused having execs with him during an attorney-client visit last month. >> that allegation is false. >> bob: she argued granda was being targeted by guards after
informant in targeting broward sheriffs deputies. >> he was documented as a confidential informant by the broward sheriff's office. >> bob: she graham granda who is accused of attempted murder was no longer safe in the jail and therefore should be granted bond. the prosecutor argued granda was a find violent scrim natural who would be a danger to the community if released. >> i take your honor to take everything m yanda has to say with a grain of salt. he is extraordinarily manipulative. >> objection. this is inappropriate. >> bob: before judges holmes ruled she gave mishali a apology for bso's treatment of her. >> saying you are banned from all the jails, that was knee-jerk and it should not have happened. 6 and if the sheriff's office he's hasn't apologized to you, i will. but i don't work for them. i'm not a part of that. >> bob: but then holmes laid down her no-nonsense decision on
>> you will be -- it would be an abuse of my discretion to p mr. granda on the streets, so your motion to set bond is denied. >> bob: bob norman, local10 news. >> calvin: mishali is allowed to visit granda at the jail but only with a pain of glass separating them m all times. >> laurie: now to vote 2016. and the newest target of criticism by presidential candidate donald trump. we're talking pope francis. trump had choice words for the pe after a statement the pontiff made inregards to immigration. local10's glenna milberg joins us live from south carolina where it all went down. glenna. >> glenna: hi, laurie. actually, the trump half did go down here on the campaign trail. we know donald trump is a candidate who speaks hisis mind, and we know pope francis is a pope who speaks his mind, and both did today on walls and faith. pope the prayed at the u.s.-mexican bder and on the
>> a person who thinks only about building walls wherever they may be located and not building bridges is not a christian. >> glenna: that message made its way to the campaign trail in kiowa island, south carolina where self-professed wall builder donald trump refused toby trumped no matter the sta stature of the perceived adversary. >> if and when the vatican is attacked by isis, which as everyone knows is isis's ultimate trophy, i can promise thought pope would have only wished and prayed that donald trump would have been president. >> glenna: trump deadhead create, presbyterian to be exact, at a campaign rally in a state where four in ten republican voters identify as christian conservatives, and trump has been working hard to convince them he is one. >> this is probably the last opportunity that republicans have to grab the -- grab the notice of the people in
>> obviously it's he's going help our economy, be strong in bringing jobs to the state. >> glenna: even with shaky faith-based credentials, trump's tough talk on immigration, the economy and national security give hame double digit lead in south carolina's gop polls over texas senator ted cruz who just got the endorsement of 300 pastors and florida senator marco rubio now endorse dollar by south carolina's popular governor. hoping to rise des@ite all that, former florida governor jeb bush. >> the post endorsements strategy today? >> just work hard, endorsements can matter sometimes they do, sometimes they don't. >> glenna: we actually are hearing just that from so m my voters we are talking to today, and unlike in iowa and new hampshire, the majority of the people here, we find with really have made their decision. not air lot of undecid here. and for those we spoke to who may be urn decided going into
issues seem to be national security and the economy. i'm glenna milberg reporting live in columbia, south carolina tonight, local10 news. >> laurie: big day less than 48 hours away. great of to glenna there, and we'll have more froher tonight 11:00 and more reports out of carolina with political analysis on local10 and world news titan 6:30. >> calvin: and happy birthday to our glenna milberg who is celebrating that in south carolinana still to come, a helicopter had tow make arash landing near pearl harbor and it was all caht on camera. >> laurie: one person was left in critical condition from this. much more on "worod news tonight" at 6:30. >> betty: all seems just rht with our weather. fort lauderdale reaching 78 degrees filed chief meteorologist betty davis. i'll let you know if more is on the way. >> calvin: and it's t tt time of year again when sharks get dangerously close to shore, and it's making beachgoers think twice about jumping in. >> laurie: first why the head of the fra attorney general order
the group voting t stay away from her concert in april because of her super bowl performance. they say it was anti-police. the group writing "beyonce using this year's super bowl to divide americans by promoting the black panthers and her anti-police message shows how she does not support law enforcement." the miami police chief meantime sa beyonce's concert will be secure. >> all concerts and the events that go on in the city are subject to officer volunteering to work those events in their off-duty time. but are that doesn't mean that we're not going staff it anyway whether the officers volunteer or not. >> laurie: the groro's president javier ortiz posting this on football facebook lite lawsuit this afternoon saying "back the blue. boycott beyonce." >> calvin: take a look at this video from behind me right now from sky 10. several large sharks getting very close to shore. >> laurie: and it is it is alarming video, causing swimmers to who sight to think twice
tongen is here to tell us more about this shark situation. have you seen them, todd? >> todd: we haven't seen any from shore, and part of the reason is that it is pretty choppy. as you see behind me it's been very windy. those two things actually probably a god thing keeping a lot of folks here in dania beach out of the water. >> it's soool, these sharks are literary's stone throw aququ away from shore. >> todd: remembebewhen an fau want aerially mapping the black fin shark migration. >> there were hardly any sharks south from miami up to about boynton beach, and then from palm beach, singer island it was loaded, literally tens of thousands of sharks. >> todd: it appears some of them have drifted even farther south this week. sky 1010aptured vehicle of the prehistoric predators just off dania beach. >> it's a little intimidating for me that loves to go in the water. today i just walked and got my feet wet in both directions but it w a little choppy and a little chilly for me.
that's scourging. >> todd: the weather and waifs did keep most out off the water bought but there were a few that dove in for a dip. >> i saw them on the news earlier this week, they are miating. i didn't know there were any spot offshore here so that was a surprise. >> would that keep from you going into the water? >> not really. i'd still go swimming. >> you're an adventurous type. >> doesn't bother me too much. bones. >> no, i don't i think i have too much to offer them. >> todd: the lifeguard tells us they mostly sight a few hundred feet by the reef but in the past they of closed the beach. >> i'm note going in the water today because of the sharks. >> where are you from? >> we're from new york. >> you've got to be used to sharks if you're from new york. >> listen, it was zero degrees there so this beats everything >> todd: i don't think you're going to see many people taking a dip in that rough waves and chilly weather out here. however, betty says it is
is supposed to lie down would be so a little later in the week we'll have to send cited up andsee if we can see more of that intimidating video. >> calvin: one thing we know, betty's always right, right? >> laurie: of course. betty, those clouds were ominous but no rain, right? >> betty: no, no rain. the rain chance is low. can't rule the on the eye shower or sprinkle on the breeze but the rain chance is at 10% and we actually did warm into the upper 70s today, miami getting up to 79. fort lauderdale at 78. so nea normal for this time of the year. i guess the simple fact that that breeze is so stiff is making you think, oh, my goodness west nile feeling a littleleool out here. so maybe you can't enjoy the beaches the way you'd like to. right now we see lower 70s all around. 72 the current number in miami. kendall, i hope it was a good day for you. you are at 71 and marathon z. we're looking at dry weather all around even though we do have those cumulus clouds. here's a view through the lens
we can definitely tell there's a little shimmy and shake going on becaususthe winds are just that spinach right now a north-northeast wiwi in miami a a about 10 miles an hour sustained, gusting a little higher than that. that will help temperatures hold in the lower 70s between now and 8:00. bub by 10:00 tonight some of you will see some upper 60s and partly cloudy skies, inds and wn the coastline 10 to 15 plus miles an hour from the northeast, and we're getting that flow around an area of high pressure centered way up over the northeast. and on that flow there are mulus clouds over the atlanta waters, and that northeast wind direction iselping to push those clouds toward our shoreline and into so of your communities. that is why you see so many. but lucky for us the atmosphere is stable so they're not really rainmakers at this point. the forecast for friday, that breeze is going to stay up, it's going to be a windy day. n and clouds, windy. by saturday it won't be quite as windy but the breeze still will be noticeable. seasonable temperatures on the way as we push through the
that means we start our mornings in the 60s. around 63 in the morning for miami. our highs climb towarddhe mid to upper 70s. northeast winds 15 to 20 miles an hour. rain chance low at 10% for friday, saturday and sunday. by sunday the breeze won't be quite as stiff. mid-60s sunday morning. highs in the upper 70s. some lower 80s monday, tuesday, possibly wednesday. some showers thrown into the mix, too, a bettered chance for that between tuesday and wednesday if not a few storms. we push that front through, and we cool down again. will. >> will: thanks so much. dwyane wade playing it safetyty a today's practice thinking long term. plus the heat macha paver minor trades. i'll have the all the (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference bebween making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound)
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>> will: the nba trade deadline has come and gone with just pair of minor trades for the heat. miami rarely used, jael stokes to new orleans. the heat also sent brian robert paterno a couple days after they traded with him. so they was with the heat for exactly one practice. dwyane wade practice limited today. rest can up after all-star weekend. wade, though, will travel to atlanta with the heat, is expected to play tomorrow night. for wade it's about taking care of his body for the rest of the season and hopefully the playoffs. >> i'm going to sit out a lot of practices. it's about an 13 years. you know, just -- been 13 years. going to practice today, my knee got a little sorey, so today it's more of a precaution, trying not to make it flare up even more. >> will: while waiting for chris
is in boston today seeing his doctor about that blood clot that kept him out of of the all-star game. for now the heat are saying bosh will not play tomorrow night. marlins pitchers and catchers fly to jupiter tomomrow for the start of spring frank got a chance to speak one-on-one with head coach p don mattingly including his thoughts on working with owner jeffrey loria. >> you mentioned mr.-- and jeffrey is has been known as a tough guy to deal with but there's a inspect that you have to have have for that position, and i think as long as our communication is good and everybody's on the same page and we have that respect back and forth, it works. >> will: that is the hope from. you can watch the committee interview were dop mattingly this sunday night. he dealt with george steinbrenner.
more demanding owner than george steinbrenner. he has that experience. >> calvin: that is must see tv sunday night. can't wait to sight. >> laurie: tonight, betty? >> betty: breezy out there tonight, temperatures in the lower 70s now. it won't be chilly but with that breeze we will probabay need some slees out there. it should aub decent weekend. rain chance is low, temperatures in the upper 70s during the afternoon. looking good. >> calvin: and you're feeling good. >> will: i'm not but it's not about me.
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st text1 italics cc1 test message breaking news tonight. chopper down. the helicopter crashing into the water near pearl harbor. civilians on board. a popular trqp for tourists. witnesses say it dropped from the sky. several on board. the heroes jumping into the water. also tonight, donald trump takes aim at pope francis, after the pope suggests trump is not ristian. the moment on the pope's plane. and tonight, trump's fiery response. the terror attack in california, and this evening, major developments. the fbi moving in. in san bernardino, what did they find? forced to pay. the hackers locking personal computers, trapping your personal information, your photos. forcing you to pay to get it back. now, a hospital, patients' medical records hacked.