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>> say it again. >> it's f fday. feels good. i'm jacey birch. >> i'm eric yutzy. teorologist julie durda here setting you weekend. goodod morning, julie. start. you saw the miami tower cam moving around a little bit. ft. lauderdalal miami dealing with winds moving in off the ocean. don't worry. it's still comfortable tempererures are still in the upper 60s. morning. we have 62 for kendall.. 68 pompano beach. 68 in marathon and for you in pembroke pines waking up to 67 degrees. these temperatures are anywhere between two and nine degrees warmer than what we woke up to yesterday all thanks to a shift in the wind direction. i alwayss tell you from time to time the wind direction plays a huge part in our temperature and that's going to continue as we go into your friday and throughout the weekend. the kids w wl definitely need those sun glasses. that ocean breeze will bring us a mix of sun and clouds.
overall the atmosphere is relatively dry. i'll have more coming up. >> thank you, julie. hey, you guys, we have an accident on i-95 southbound on the approach to 395, the dolphin expressway. this is i-95 southbobod right here to the distance. i'm letting you guys take a look at all that red. it's never good for 6:01 in theorning. we're hearing possibly that exit ramp to the dolphin might be closed. i'm still working that confirm that. one thing you can see is obviously the's some heavy slowdowns so for anyone traveling into ami this morning, expect this stop and go traffic there. it looks like our delays are streting past towards the airport expressway. if there are some issues here, those speeds 38 miles per hour. again, as soon as i get any additional information on that, i'll be sure to update twitter and here live for you, you may want to take the airport expressway instead.
thewe've got another crash to get to, this one on-95 southbound and 135th street. now to a one and only exclusive, a small plane going down in a crowded neighborhood in the florida keys. the pilot was trying to land at the small airport in tavernaero when he crashed into a person's front yard. luckily no one was hurt. caught and cuffed, this man accused in a rash of robberies. he is behind bars this morning. alfredo garcia his name. erica rakow live in details. good morning, erica? >> good morning are eric. teenagers, gas stations, a subwayrestaurant, the list goes on of places police say this particular person robbed.
police say someo with an anonymous tip helped them with this investigation. the people he's accused of holding up so glad it hear s/meone is behind bars. that includes this 1 13-year-old boy said someon followed him to school in miami. you can see the man will you lunging at that teen. >> he just came, took my chain, threatened me with a gun. >>reporter: another robbery caught on camera and po\ice say garcia. it is at a valero gas park. store, threatened her and demanded she get down on the ground in spanish. now garcia is being held in jail without bond but in just a couple hours he will go before a judge here at the court house asking for bond to be released. police say it's a very
could be responsible for other crimes. erica rakow, local 10 news. >> thank you. another thief caught on camera snatching a woman's purse at a west miami-dade atm. this is the wells fargo near flagler street. you see that man in a hoodie walking up, grabbing the woman's purse. she immediately runs to safety. take a good look. if you know anything about this crime, please give police a call. police say a woman bought a $2100 purse from the louis vuitton store last month w wh a stolen credit card. they tell us she got card earlier in the day. she says herer wallet was stolen and her cars were used at ditch stores totaling $7,000 in purchases. if you have any information, call broward crimestoppers. preparing for president barack obama's arrival. an historic visit made the front page of the
the paper detailing the 22nd. the white house says the president will meet with fidel. the president will raise issues of human rights and political freedoms when he speaks wit castro. >> all right, thank you. calling on the president to call off the entire trip.an organization that tracks dissidents in cuba says violence against the opposition has increased. there were more than 1400 arbitrary detentions in january of this year. last year more than 6800. >> they have absolute power. unless they are pressured.d they will hold on as long as they can. >> local 10 news will have live coverage from cuba for the president's historic visit led by anchor calvin hughes in late march. the two unknown
by asking questions in a synagogue are talking about their story. they had high praise for e jewish peopl >> the loving and caring, they love me and they want to include me in their life. m i'm a social person. i love people. i love being around people. >> she says she does not follow the news, did not understand why the move would cause commotion. she insists she called before visiting. police have interviewed the women and say they do not pose a threat. a new twist to the bond hearing for a teenage. charged with first-degree murder in the killing of rabbi raksin. they say it just matches his dna profile. the judge has yet to decide whether or not to
an inmate accused of having sex with his attorney in jail will stay behind bars.that attorney claims grana is not safe in jail: while the judge denied bond, she apologized to the attorney. >> saying urbanned from all the jails. that was knee-jerk and it should not have happed and if the sheriff's office hasn't apologized to you, i will but i don't work for him. i'm not a part of that. >> granda is facing attempted murder charges and will stay i jail until he goes to trail. turning to the& latest on the zika virus outbreak. two new cases of zika have been confirmed in miami-dade county. thatraises the total number of confirmed cases in florida to 24. nine of those in miami-dade county, four
the mosquito-born viruscaused deformities in newborn babies. it has many people asking the catholic church to relax their strict ban on couldn't acceptives, saying quote abortion is a crime but avoiding pregnancy is not an absolute evil. another message from the pope taking aim at donald trump. how the candidate respond his missions aren't christiananoming up. it's a little odd. >> plus chopper crash new this morning. we're hearing from the man who recorded this incredible video before rushing in to help. but first a tornado of fire. what's believed to be behind the swirling scorcher in the sky. june right windy conditions for you beach-goers, we want you to swim with caution. we're expecting the wind anywhere between 0 mimp and seas six to eht feet.
new video overnight. crews battling wild fires in northern oklahoma, near tulsa. they say gusty winds, dry conditions fueled the flames yesterday afternoon. the fires shut down highways and forcedd evacuations. many of the roads there have been reopened. people have been allowed to return to their homes. meanwhile over in missouri a grassfire spawned fiery twisters. the fire has destroyed
fire was sparked by a bearing from a lawn mower, wind and dry conditions cause it had to spread further. >> the video is amazing. speaking of amazing, let's hope that's what the weekend weather is going to bring. >> i'm happy to tell you the weatherill cooperate with any outdoor activity you may have. with that sai you heard me mention very breezy to june right windy conditions. boaters we'll have advisories as well. look at these temperatures, upper 60s miami, ft. lauderdale and key west. right now we have a temperature of 67 for you in pembroke pines. 62 in kendall. 68 in marathon. and these temperatures are anywith between 2 and 11 degrees warmer than what we woke up to yesterday and the warming trend will continue. it's not going to be unbearable where i'm sweating and feels like summer going into the
definitely going to be warmer.. there are some showers starting to develop over portions of the upper keys. more like a drizzle outoverall the worst of the weather staying well awaw from us. leading into the weekend. across the nation's midsection we've got a heat beef from texas to missouri. some of those showers and thunderstorm activities starting to ing relief from the heat. we have the 60s as far north as knappings. that's just as warm as we're feeling heren south florida. with high pressure continuing to push over the western atlantic, a mix of sun and clouds today. it will be windy and again we'll have the threat of rip current all day long so please use caution. high pressure will continue to push a bit more for the south. it won't be nearly as windy going into saturday and sunday but that means it will feel warmer..
be in the lower 80s. that's warmer than what we're going to see here in south florida so enjoy our weather. it's fabulous. finally feel like winter south florida style and temperatures will start to be in the 80s. ahead of a next front that will bring us a better chance of storms into tuesday and wednesday of the next workweek. some of the storms can be downright strong. >> thanks, julie. a traffic alert this morning for anyone who works on the beach or maybe they take their kiddos out there. that exit ramp to macarthur causeway 395 completely shut down after this vehicle flipped, upsight down, my goodness. these are live pictures you're seeing right now. looks like fire rescue crews left the scene a few minutes ago. obobously it's going to take some time to clear out the scene. the exit ramp to the macarthur causeway closed and because of those closures, it's causing delays on the i as well.
not heading to the beach. maybe you're trying to make the dolphin expressway. you're going to experience a lot of these heavy delays as you're heading into miami this morning. f you typically travel to the beach and macarthur causeway you're not going to get through this way. instead you're going to want to exit earlier at the julia tuttle causeway heading eastbound. also for our southbound drivers on the i, we're going to see a lot of stop and go traffic here. those delays stretching past the airport expressway. those speeds between and 22 miles per hour. if you normally take the dolphin expressway, i'm telling you exit a little bit earlier. take the airport expressway and head south on 27th avenue. one other thing to get to, a crash on i-95 southbound and 15th street and in broward county on the sawgrass expressway, that southbound exit ramp to 441 is closed. instead take the turnpike. the south beach wine
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punishment for not advertising. >> now a new documentary takes aim of an on-line review company. >> yelping, i'm a big yelper. >> reading the reviews and read what people wrote about each one. >>reporter: but for years yelp has been dogged by claims from business openers who say their yelp ratings suffer when they refuse to pay for yelp advertising. >> when we first opened, we had somebody from yelp come over and ask if we wanted to do advertising. we didn't think anything of it. >>reporter: they are championship dancers. and owners of fred astaire dance studio in coralables. she asked the florida attorney jeopardy's office for help saying yelp began to filler when he reviews. >> we had about 20 reviews that were positive that were not
>>reporter: looking at her yelp page you would just think they are eight reviews. >> it's when you scroll down you see a subtle line that mentions there are 26 other reviews not currently recommended. yelp has posted a video where they explain we use automated software to show the review we think will be helpful. she says some come from her students. while they can't be viewed on her separate page, because they are in this sub category. >> they are not part of the rating at all. >>reporter: business owners nationwide have launched similar complaints. according to yelp, a federal investigation was closed without taking action. >> how can thousands of business openers be wrong? >>reporter: melissa wood is the business opener behind billion dollar bully. >> they would say things like they could help us manage o reviews.
production, yelp stock took a hit last mch. >> i don't think that would have happened had there not been people already feeling that way. >>y september the financial times would report that yelp is in need of a good review. >> we felt helpless. >> yelp tells us there are several reasons a review may not be recommended. e company describes as reviews solicited by a business owner for friends, family members or favorite customers. can you read their statement in full and what other florida based business owners have told about the call christina page on local10.com. christina vazquez, local 10 news. a disturbing case of animal abuse leading to the death of a baby dolphin. we have the story for you. that's next. plus a plane crash in the keys.
we return. outrage this morning surrounding a rare baby dolphin that died after it was plucked from the ocean a a then just brutally passed around by a crowd of beach-goers. this all happened on a beach i argentina and now people around the world are furious and they are demanding action. >> this video is very disturbing. it sws the rare dolphin being taken out of the water, brought on to the beach. that's where it's quickly swarmed by a huge crowd of people. >> it's listed as vulnerable. in case you're wondering what that is, it's one
you can i don't know what i'm doing. i can't find anything just when i think it's just not going to work. this woman that works there comes over and asks can i help you? and he was so happy, to do it amazing right? i never would have expected would have thought that anynye would find that do that. make that go out of their way for me. right then, right there i couldn't believe it he was so helpful i know it's such a small thing little thing. simple thing but it made me smile made me happy
right outside of a school. bait l of the badge. fighting to get back on the force. donald trump up against the vatatan. his response to criticism from pope francis. and another unusual matchup. why hillary clinton spent se time with britney spears overnight. te'll get you the picture. don't worry. you've got to see it. good friday morning, south florida. i'm eric yutzy. >> i've jacey birch. we've got to get straight tie traffic alert. it's on i-95. constance is watching this for you. >>reporter: good morning, everne. we have an accident scene to show you. you know what, that's okay. pictures from i-95 southbound. thank you. yes. southbound at the exit ramp for the macarthur causeway causing major delays because of this vehicle flipped upside down this morning. so if you normally travel to the beach east bound you're not getting by at thisxit ramp. in addition to that
on the i. obviously because a lot of folks heading into miami this morning. you see the sea of red there. a lot of folkstapping on their breaks because there are several delays in place. so again macarthur causeway exit shut down this morning because of that crash. if you typicallyly take that exit, you're going to want to exit earlier rightere at the julia tuttle causeway. we arere seeing heavy delays in place for anyone traveling on the i. those speeds between 30 to 10 miles per hour. so would recommend, hey, if you normally take the dolphin expresswa_ i would just exit earlier, take the airport expressway. it does look like those delays are stretching past 79th street. you're talking about three miles of delays right there on the i due to that accident scene. okeechobee road non-at the airport expressway we have a crash the, those speeds 10 to 20 miles an hour.
ramp right off the sawgrass expressway is closed. >> wow, it got busy on the expressways. you need to watch all morning long to see what's going on with your forecast and traffic updates. live look outside. first light over the horizon. we do have clouds in the distance. that ocean breeze will continue to warm things up and bring a bit more humidity to the forecast but overall it's still nice out there. 62 degrees in kendada. 67 miami. few degrees above where of year. 68 in marathon. we have 688 in ft. lauderdale as welel temperatures anywhere between 2 and 11 degrees up to yesterday. itill be comfortable. it will be june right windy and that east breeze will continue. boaters advisories as well. i'll have more coming up. back to that one and only exclusive story.
traveled to tavernaero after a plane crashed near an airport. >> she spoke to local 10 news reporter derek shore. >>reporter: a huge crash but never did carol imagine her quiet night with friend had just been interrupted by plane crashing into her yard. >> we just all looked at each other like what happened. i looked over the edge and there was the tail of a plane in my front yard. >>reporter: the monroe sheriff's office says the pilot w o miraculously survived was attempting to land at the nearb tavernaero airport of obviously something went wrong. looking at the map you can see just how many homes are in the area and how lucky it is the aircraft did not slam right into someone's roof. thth neighbor saw the plane fly by very low and then come back as if the pilot was confused. >> the next thing we heard, he turned around
his wing hithe mailbox over there and the basketball net. next thing we know, we looked around and went right into the house. >>reporter: passersby and fire crews helped free the man hanging upside down but was uninjured. the next step will be to figure out why the pilot said to be from north carolina missed the runway and the next step for carol will be to figure out what to do with her small s.u.v. badly damaged by the plane's impact. >> it's totaled i think. in tavernaero, derek shore, local 10 news. a man accused in a rash of robberies, this man say he is responsible for this scene right here, a 13-year-old robbing him outside of his school and the attack did not stop there. erica rakow has more. >>reporter: teenagers, gas stations a subway restaurant the list goes on of places this particular person so responsible for robbing.
was on therime spree up until this past monday when he was cuffed. when he thinkses of clear, he makes a move demanding money from the clerk, threateninger and demanding money from her in spanish. the gas station employee says she was shaking the whole time. he leaves this valero gas station and strikes again. >> i could have ended up getting shot or injured. >>reporter: this 13-year-old whose identity we're protecting also victimized by the same man police say. >> he threatened me over a gun. i didn't have enough time. >>reporter: the man follows his students and friends in miami. he lunges at the teen and yankees his gold chain but he doesn't stst there. he wants the boy's bracelet too. he ran from here. this guy caught and cuffed. police say he's the one
>> he should learn from what he did. >>reporter: those who were held up this morning say they were glad somebody is behind bars. policeestimony us somebody called in with an anonymous tip helping them out with this investigation. for now garcia is being bond. in just about an hour or so he will be asking for a bond to be released. from miami, erica rakow, local 10 news. now to a battle for the badge after accusations of racism m the ft. lauderdale poce force, an officer fired for when i alleged involvement is fighting to get his job back. today is expected to be a crucial part of his hearings. sanela sabovic is live in ft. lauderdale to explain why. sanela? >>reporter: good morning, jacey. that fired officer is expected to testify during today's hearing but during yesterday's arbitration hearing he faced his former boss, ft. lauderdale police chief who said he was shocked when he saw the
text messages and said he's never seen anything like that i know his 30 plus year career. > ft. lauderdale cop is fighting to get his job back. day two of his arbitration hearing had him sitting face to face with his former boss, frank a aderly. taking part in a racist video. >> what would that do to that i >>reporter: those are some of the messages shared between several police officers. during the hearing chief adderly made it clear this was an apartment and some of the worst he's seen on the job. >> i've never seen this before in the 35 plus years that i've been here. i've never seen an engagement with the community and the response that we've had national attention.
worst i've ever seen. >>reporter: the video consisting of many racist depictions including a photo of president obama with gold teeth making it clear these videos and text messages have tarnished the department's image. >> this was a black eye on the cityp of ft. lauderdale and our police department. >> wells is one of three officers that were fired after this video and these messages have surfaced. again day three continues on today where officer wells is expected to testify. reporting live in ft. lauderdale, sanela sabovic, local 10 news. >> a new criticism this morning from the head of the catholic church. pope francis commenting on trump's plan to build a wall. he says anyone who only wants to build walls isnot a christian. meanwhile trump kept his cool when will asked about the veteran's
>> i have a lot of respect for the pope. i think he has a lot of personality, very different. i think he's doing a very good job. he has a lot of energy, but i would say that i think he was very much misinterpreted and i think he was given false information. >> drum tonight's comments came during that town hall during that jeb bush and john kasich in south carolina. most polls showed trump is in the lead ahead to the south carolina vote. glenna millberg will bring us updates starting today on local 10. hillary clinton met with pop star britney spears in las vegas. while spears cincinnati city for her concerts, bernie sanders hoped to hit clique one more time ahead of tomorrow' nevada caucus. >> i just don't know where all this comes from because it's maybe that senator sanders
until he decided to run for president. >> the two candidates will face off. they already traded jabs last night in a last ditch effort for undecided democrats. late he have polls shows sanders and clinton are dead-locked heading into tomorrow's caucus. > today a public viewing will be held for late justice antonin scalia who passed away last weekend. president obama and the first lady are expected to join other mourners as he lies in repose at the supreme court. a funeral mass will be closer and closer and lower and then i thought, wow, it's a little odd. >> new this morning chopper crash. a witness who watched as that helicopter came spiraling down is now speaking out. and crazy video out of brazil, an armed attack. why he was acting this way makes the story even wilder.
making an odd noise right there as it hit the water. >> thank god it didn't hit on shore. it would have hurt a lot of people. >> very scary, very scar >> several people nearby dove into the water to help pull the people out to safety. they are stable but no word yet on how the others are doing. the crash still under investigation. also caught on camera, a train in houston nearly slamming right into the back of bus that was full of high school students. this is incredible cell phone video taken as the students were on their way home. look how close that train is to that bus, just inches away. after the incident the bus driver brought the bus back to school saying the students were so loud the bus could not be driven safely. new this morning a owing problem on florida's highways. wrong way craes. the deadly collisions responsible for more than 100 deas last year.
demanding that action be taken. florida highway patrol reports 1,568 wrong-way crashes in 2015 across the sunshine state. 92 of which ended in death. many led to multiple deaths and almost all of the collisions resulted in injury. a call to boycott beyonce coming from the fraternal order of police. the miami fop voting to stay away from working that concert because of her super bowl half time showow the performance featured references to the blala lives matter movement, black pap dhers and malcolm x. ortiz writing beyonce used this year's super bowl to divide americans and her anti-police message shows how she does not support law enforcement, end quote. the miami police chief says beyonce's concert will be secure.
of the morning, you guys. i-95 is a mess after this bad wreck at the exit ramp for the macarthur causeway. that's 395. that vehicle upside down. at least one person taken to the hospital this morning. so anyone trying to head to miami beach you're not going to get there on 395. you're going to have to exit off at the julia tuttle causeway. anyone trying to get to the dolphin expressway, guess what. this is what it looks like. a sea of red. let me quickly check with our real time data. we can know how fast folks are traveling. 10 to 12 miles per hour. so a few things here. if you typically take the dolphin expressway, you may want to exit earlier at the airport expressway to travel west. anyone normally taking the macarthur causeway, take the julia tuttle, i-95 drivers, there's a few options here. of course 441, u.s.-1, maybe the turnpike but i would just recommend exiting just a little bit earlier at the
miles. four miles of delays past 79th street this morning. yikes. hopefully they will clear that up soon. okeechobee northbound an earlier crash here off the expressway. a little fender-bender there. one crash off of 55 just past the exit for southwest 136th street or avenue, i should say. those speeds at 47 7iles per hour. glu can't blame t weather for these accidents because it's gorgeous out there. granted we do have a little bit of cloud cover. it feels nice out there, it's mild. temperatures warmer than yesterday but that's okay at 67 degrees in miami with a rative humidity at 57%. the one thing you're going to notice today is the breeze like just ahead. at breeze is elevating that risk of rip currents for you boaters. a little bit of cloud cover in the distance in ft. lauderdale. temperature of 68
breeze at 1 1miles per hour. down by the keys we're seeing mostly clear sky was a northeast breeze anywhere between 10 to 15 miles per hour. overall looking great as you head out the door this morning. we are expecting these temperatures to stay above average throughout the morning. by the afternoon we'll start to get into the average low of the upppp 70s. we have temperatures this morning anywhere between 2 and 11 degrees warmer than yesterday you can see the cloud cover on the satellite and radar. that satallite showing those clouds that are going to push in off that ocean beze. rare chance for precipitation today thanks to high pressure, our dominant weather feature across the carolina coastline keeping us mostly dry with a mix of sun and clouds in the forecast today and leading into thee weekend. as we take a look at what's going on across the nation. we do have a warmup across texas and oklahoma ahead of another front that's bringing more showers and storms for the dakotas and great lakes. another system will bring them rain seven
for oregon and washington. check out these temperatures, pretty impressive that it's just as warm across texas and louisiana as it is here in south florida. for us at least our temperatures will start to moderate to the upper 70s, a mix of sun and clouds. windy condions will make it feel nice along the coast. the warmup continues for us through the weekend as the wind starts to subside. feeding into what's going to be a very warm spring day for our friends across texas, oklahoma. highs for them in the lower 80s. for us only in the upper 70s. definitely the place to be for southtflorida today and the wfnlgtd enjoy it. rain returns by tuesday. a quiet trade deadline saw the heat part with two players. sheldon used stokes and newly-acquired robobt traded for draft picks and cash all in an effo to free up money
money to pursue high-profile agents. chris bosh will not be in atlanta tonight. that's the extent of what the heat are officially saying about his new health scare. the associated press reporting he visited a doctor in boston yesterday but no more word on the blood clot. d-wade limited to thursday practice but he is traveling to threne andhexpected to play. a crazy scene in brazil. a monkey goes on the attack. >> how it escalated into a wild scene next. and we would like to say good morning to our facebook friend of the day, linda fm miami. we're so glad you're up and watching local 10. local 10 news the one and only station at the scene of a plane crash in tavernaero. the - -- tavernier. we'll have more as the plane narrowly missed
10. breaking news to report right now. information just coming into our news room about an attack on an isis training camp. american war planes has overnight. we do know there has be an attack on an isis training camp. as soon as we learn more, we'll bring it here. we have learned more about a teen pretending >> he felt likikhe was doing the right thing. man. he has good intentions. he was out trying to help people. >> william mckenzie says his grandson plans to fight the accusations against him, including he stole checks from an 86-year-old woman who claims she paid him $3500 for medical visits. the 1-year-old was week a a the private practice he's accused of october. yesterday he told "good morning america" he is a doctor but wouldn't say
minutes later he walked out of that interview. investigators are trying to figure out why a teen showed up at a high school and posed as a state law maker. state senenor david burke was supposed to speak at the school but he drove up a few days earlier and said thesenator was sick and instead. heooked the part of a law maker, was well dressed and well spoken and even had a driver. >> this person showed up at the event days early and said the senator had fallen ill and was there speak. >> here's the kicker, officials discovered the the real senator showed up for his scheduled engagement. the school says they will be more diligent about vetting guests and speakers in the future. now to some monkey business caught on camera in brazil. firefighters say they were called to deal with
downed a glass of rum and started chasing people witit a knife. yeah, the drunk monkie was captured and released back into the wild but was then captured again for being aggressive towards people. authorities are now ciding whether or not to rerelease the monkey. they know don't let him have any rum, that's for sure. >> a good reminder, have fun this weekend but don't be the drunk monkey. >> there's a bar named drunk monkey in key west. they might wt to see this story. caught and cuffed, a man arrested for a rash of robberies. >> where he struck, the
the problem though with this one, we do have some delays in place. you see all that red and orange. we have some delays stretching past 79th street on the i, four miles of delays. if you're traveling out this morning, we have an earlier crash on 55 west-bound on the approach to i-75. >> thank you, constance. live look outside. some clouds out there over the horizon. they are blocking our fullll sunrise which is actually going to be very nice today. temperature the upper 60s right now. a little bit warmer, the shift in the wind direction will provide for a mix of sun and clouds in the morning and afternoon but comfortable, breezy, june right windy conditions will cause the elevated rip current risk for you beach-goers. a pilot expected to be okay after a small plane crashes in tavernier. police say a man caught on camera robbing
chain is behind bars. alfredo garcia will go tc court this morning. a former ft. lauderdale police officer fighting to give back his badge. james wells is expected to testify during an arbitration hearing today. final push for votes ahead of the south carolina primary. nevada's caucus also this weekend. the latest polls in south carolina still show donald trump with a large lead in south carolina and in nevada meanwhile hillary clinton and bernie sanders still in a statiutical tie. our glenna millberg, she is there in south carolina. don't forget her live reports this afternoon here on local 10. and it's "good morning america" takes over right now, of course they will b b covering the attack on an isis training camp that has occurred in libya. there were american war plane strtres overnight. we're hearing there may be a few dozen people dead. they are working to confirm reports.
>> finally, come on. i don't know what i'm doing. i can't find anything just when i think it's just not going to work. this woman that works there comes over and asks can i help you? and he was so happy, to do it amazing right? i never would have expected would have thought that anyone would find that do that. make that go out of their way for me. right then, right there i couldn't believe it he was so helpful know it's such a small thing little thing. simple thing but it made me smile made me happy made my day share your story.
good morning, america. heart-stopping crash caught on pe. a helicopter with five tourists on board plummeting into pearl harbor. new video of witnesses diving in to rescue the victims. cutting a 15-year-old free from the wreckage. those heroes are gng to join us live only on "gma." donald trump versus the pope. those stunning remarks saying the gop front-runner is not christian. trump fires back all through the night. >> no leader, especially a religious leader, should have the right to question another man's religion or faith. >> and donald trump joining us live this morning. record heat. building across much of the country for the weekend. blazes sparking firenados. the wiwi warnings and advisories spread from california to new